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 25, 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: VID00104
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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: Cpl:; :J. N. Taylor: of this Place S O C I A : ,

Loses his Life;IN'an: Attempt 1 Don't Forget to Inspect Our New

I; to Board: a Moving Train' ..A.NO ', .,
at .
plant CIty_ ::: ,

I a:,;,i ,,.' >L This- community, was 'borrll1e<(,.\
e' lelegrapbto'message.afternoon about from und< wn Plant by the Great 'Conflict Between- Capitalist ,", : ;

'' City Btatldg that Col. Jasper W. Tay =' ,Upholsterrid: in :genuine 'leather: --the: /:.fjtle t.'' ,ever /brought
'f for of this place ;kad been killed at ', : ::

that he had place attempted,by a moving to board train forha(, which purpose . / ., and ,,Laborer'Will " E to Xissiqlmeend Cane\ Seated'' ''RbcKefs;'? Nice Line\. 'VSTil ._

't' 'his wife of returning with whom to be Tampa:'left here to, rejoin\that be dfs
morning to go to Clearwater to spend 1904, by W. Roo; Oaylord, of Massachusetts.Everybody :, 1 'Beds' (
'I' .the holidays with, relatives. es, Comforters/Blankets, Iron! and'Spdngs.: Finest :|
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The new carried: sadness to 'every' ; .
one who heard an many were loth ., Inj d.-, Admlssi.(1). ..Oak Bed. Rpom Suits; In,. $it Uw%: ,; ,also' nice* 'Wardrobes. '|
to believe; It until his mangled rema.ln.reached '
t here .midnight accompanied: Free.. and Kitchen Safes. 10fG \
t by his sorrowing: wife whose antlclpaclona K . .. : .: ., -.>.. . .
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'. ,accident.been so ruthllessly'ehsttered. by. the gtrlvo. For The T. Highest.. THE NEWSPAPER., J 1 E CHLIWPEH[ LOOKljIB FOB URRiSTflRS RillS ,11EJE'IJIE.;' ,
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Tho particulars of The affair! seem We so often misjudge j the .man or The, Law Leave HO Loopholes for ,
from the several versions given, to bethat the woman next' to U'., the Delinquent .bltblKlrlb r. II ......., ..... _. .' -'E, : <. t ', ," .', 1
when he and Mrs. Taylor reached- ::: ""
,Y) or City he discovered that bo bad how: prone we are''to charge""Our the "
lost Mrs., Taylor', purse containing fellow man,with. Insincerity, ''and with The Exponent of, National rub:I I J W. THOMPSO a aFURNITURE'
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Ushers Union has compiled from the ,
forty dollars or mure. He Informed' hypocrisy., _, . .. .. .1\. ,'. '.
the conductor of bin train who arrang But.,' after',all, much of the hypoorisy decisions of the'United States courts : '
, '.' 'red tot him to return to Dover (wbJJ" comes tromourownmisunderstandiriq the following laws'concerning news. g PEALER, AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR. k k71lltltl1111t'tltlltltllllltlttltltlttlUltllttlUilltllt
. for some be had picot off the .oJ'
purpose of them. We are*never qualified to ,apeI' 'Iubscrlpt Ion.:: ( litjlltlt111111111iitltUlUtllttJlllli
\car) on a freight/ train which was pUll 1
JJ" ing to search for-It. There It .was not judge another until. we ,can put,ourselves J. ,Suosoriberswho'bo not give. ex
found feo he came, <*n to Plant, City ihhjs, 'plaoa. -see through, his press notice to'the contrary are conildered -, I

,.4 'where be had also left depot.the cars* No as they tidings eyes and feel with ,hls consciousness. os wishing to' renew. : V . Brief Items of the w V C.:T.. U.., r rThirtieth 'I jfff" "11fff'!" 11111111'fiftfit11ntfltitt1Titf} ' ; ; ,) 1 91tit't't7Nt1p11I' '
were ,
of the missing purse being-,found ,It has been' well said "'that U.we t:' ,If a subscriber orders a piper Annual Convention, ,

.therer-the supposition Is that be gave i succeed !In getting to wnerew', :r lliUDderlltand discontinued publisher 'may con The 15th of Nov.the ''thirtieth; Annual U.-' I: CITY" BAIe:81Y:

it.up>> as lost and wired a. bank 'in Tam purbroher': man' we will tinue' to send It until, all arrearges- convened convention in Cincinnati.of the WT-O.,.Ohio with Ty, COO ,.
.i>a to furnish Mrs.Taylor wltb monpy have desire him but are paid. ,
no to Judge our ; : ,
delegates present '
:Cityaftor and.) also wired' 1AjtIDIf.1t her to return ucd that to Plant they main fucern Is to get'right ourselves l .. 3.' If a subscriber' neglects or refuseto :Jt is Impossible to tellof \the work : w -EverythIDf' Good, **10,;IEat... ..."

would", change their -route. Then he' It.laltruts, assure-as. you 'live, that .tape the paper' from the postodlce? reported in this convention -so will'only == "
: Fre Bread Pies I>
'" mention few of the victories, Cakes and. Every |
'a : $ ,
: ay
have his mind comes to which it is direct ,
seems to changed again, the nearer one to ,being"'riglt!/ they are respon- some of the 'rempere.ncefriends w .
presumably from the fact that: an. ex- thbse'abouthlnl. appear to-be Hgbt.; Bible ntU they have settled their Dills Perhaps remember our' membership -- .. a
offering tra -freight an u train- .1pecMl panned! opportnnlty southward of.rrjoinlncr.hls '*To the pureall thing*, are pure.'.'.' and ordered U discontinued / contest reception, held at. the home 'of 5'. Queen Olives. 15 and 1 25o' PepbirSittc: t10c.: :

wife at Tampa. This \he There are.some; bjpocHtos In..tlie ,4 If. subscriber! move to'anf;; thor. .Mrs.' Farnsworth this' fallIn- which Individual :=. Sweet Pickles 20c Large: Glass Je.rPreserveeS0'/ \ '

attempted to board while it wan in motion .. world.. Of this{ 'there can be Tao 'question place' without informing'the'. pubUnhor au flfort member bad been Interest made by someone every elselaths E. Mixed Pickles, 15c .Assorted Jam. Glass:' Jar*"15'S '\

and it Is said the bar or rail he But the ft-ct that. ,there are, wolves , ,- and"the' papers, 'aim'sent'to: 'tbe \ work.; This plan ot work has = Plain'Pickles, 10 and 166 Imp''Sultana Raisins',2 Sc!, Ib.;; ?
broke he .fell
+whe era sped+. s. Ills bead:aud,, body and under limbs the are In sbeeps' clothing is no reflection further. address, ';*they'. are held, (resjionThe'courts' , ,,-". been going ;on all o"ei:1:] the United' E HorseRadish tit Mustard;. 1'co.I. Cat Seed d'RaI&in. 16$ lb''' '.

said to have been horribly" mashed pn the sheep.-.Tiatthere; are Imitation "JbIe' ,: States from'year' to year. the, -BOW,convention for t=' ''Oyster,Cocktail" Catsup,;,2Oc, Califomlaeedlee8,1'a,20e; '

.* and mutilated and death was' evidently diamonds-do: : <4S octt detract'' from the : .- : have' decided tha'CTtfusing sognetlme.'Last. ; which' met,,\ Portland- Me. Tomato Catsupj'lSo-! :' ' : Currants: ; cleaned. l6cjb.. ,_ .

almost instantaneous.;; .this valuebrtheg'Anuhie:' st.tue. : That any i to ,take: periodical. ,from ttie nine St&tes bad acquired a net gain =cr Citron,'8and Lemon Peel Cinnamonvls&ioi' 'i.i nd.Clove I I t
f. Ho had been pIa"
a resident one'assume'u., ..Virtue which' ;heTdoes: office removing,/ ,and leaving themuncalled over, and abovo all losses b:* death '
Shredded "Cocoanut None-Such Mink
f<\lr a number of years, a lawyer by 500. *.' , ,,Meat, <
profession and for quite a while was not. possess Is aii'tinoonscious: ( tribute, for-)- Is prima facie, evidence removal paid tip members Indifference, this.etO yearthere of were new == ,Fresh Peanuts;:'Brazil 'Nut, Ps e-:,

.; local attorney for the A. C. L. By Co. to that Yb';:.I".; \ ,v of intentional fraud. "i ll stale reporting this progress. = ,cans. Almonds.Largest Stock Candy'In town..',. ,,1
and enjoyed a fair practice of a general Neither pan there be 6, If subscribers pay-- In advance to. ( 01, "
\ ; any imitationwhere \ Florida had made quite an effort S Agent-' ,for. te&nt Laundry, '
nature.lie kind-bearted.
a'warm'frtend was' . there. U"nota. geputne articleto they are bound to give notice,, at the, be' In tbe honor roll but failed for thelacVof of ,,(
"wards all Implacable u'n
n In opposition I to those with cwtrota be imitated; for; there would be no end-of the. time It they do not; ....taij, to a few more Tbe total -- ; i i __ |

r differed' ,.-he. model,,'uor,Men., would only, counterfeit there be any those incentive continue taking *.otherwise.' ,the pub- gain 7,000 Id acMre: membership members.In, the Twentyeight U. S.-; was & Diamond! (,Butter.. Pure. From pure'cr a Ttti.b.! Pigsllhllltllllltlltllllitllhltl
,lie leaves a' widow'and a nephew Is
things which people esteem', 'The fceo- Usher authorised to 'send It and, '.t.helublcrfbel' national organizers have been busilyat .
here his death to whom
to mourn we tttiiltll tlllllillltllll'
eztend condolence in their, sore nine always precedes dui spurious. is reponsible until he gives work during the year these women il l ;
bereavement So the existence ofthe spurious' always the pub)(shore notice and. pays all arirearages. !1a..e1r1ven ..5337'addNl8el; and sermoni. a
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'proves: \that, somewhere! Is.the ? : ... .. ;
genuine.) . .. i- ,iA great, deal has been ,done" in the : y. ., I' '
'A. Heartrto Heart Talk.' If yoU want torealize how beautiful :7. 'The latest.J postal laws ,are such iiotl;. Folygany, work towards, &,IviDlll
We should ever be mindful, as Rood ( the ,,"orl41s, get beautiful your that newspaper publishers can I'arrest! the-people! Information in I'
y-1- .floyal citizens, to. the obligations we own spirit.. It Is truly maryelous anyone for fraud who takes -a paper this terrible evil which Is .confronting
owe each other, community town what a transformation works. Try and refuses to"pay Ill StilleBank'Ofkissimmee
In which we live and its trade Interest. iU' for,, It. Under the These tire 'UII'two' o> three of'tbe ,

Kvorvthing'being' equal, 'with a '..pet1, A'' pessimist", always'advertises< his law Lb.'maDwho''' lets his'lub crpiloDr many things acbelved: Ninety percent .. h. .
-cent In favor of the mutual relationsand own interor condition. He' projects n along for sometime unpaid ,and of the railroads,, seventy two percent 'i.. "
obligations existing between the his Inharmonles Outward and Imag then: orders it dl800ntlnu d. 'Jas' himself of the manufactories, 'eighty percent I '' "",: I"" t.-
l people and the merchants, we should ines the whole: universe a discord, liable-te-arrest-and fine of the trades: and seventy. two percent .. ." : !iI' 1
do our trading at home. All our in, The world can only be as fair;' or as the'same of agriculturists prohibit the use 'Offers' Customers'
terests are hear' most of us got our good, or as true to us as we permit It. as for, theft.,, It will be seen that many of alcohol by their' employee, either :, BV.r1: : t7

bread and butter here, and'':largely to be., /..If our mental ,glasses are Colored disputed, ;,,points are ,dl.posed.of by entirely or while on dut,. Forty two' Cstest wff'l iraa> est,
+d 'througbthemawrlal; condition >thai. yellow we are, apt to' Imagine ,these'decisions, .which' ave certainly states now forbid tbe sale. ,Of eigaret r
exist: hence we should spend oar money .- more or'less.'of a yellow streak-In; does'not or tobacco In any form to mIner.:,' : : \
Just.If' subscriber '
among those who enable us to earn everyone else. If we scowl' at bike a want'torenew Since our last convention nattional Peteonit! Attenho D ?to t thtstacee ietnlik4 to It. ',k
.It.. Now the thing for our progressive they: are very apt toscowlat) usor ,his subscription: he must Notify laws have ('teen passed 'prohibiting .. .. '-"- vN. .. D
wlde-awaka and hustling merchants to cease looking 'at. us at all. Whateverour the publisher. The delinquent, must. the sale of liquors(Intoxicating: liquor) \ ' ..., \',
do, and those wbo use colnms of the attitude towardthe1' universe, pay pp If he ytaheao ;discontinue hissubscription In the. capital buildings' at. Washington B. CARSONe'osNs,
local press, setting forth thel' claims In the very nature of the case-'will; be .and In all Immigrant'stations. I., .. :. : ".
otherwise he Is held
to the confidence and patronage of the ,the attitude ofihe universe toward us. responsible pilgrimage to Hfllsbora the- birthplace
'"ublloU to blace It fort In their ad' 11../ we .....- true I ourselves,, shall as'longsi the paper Is of crusade movement-was enjoyed . ., .. .
.vertlsements that whatever the peopleof \cave little trouble In finding ''the true seal to him; 'whether'he takes'; It !or as 'a sacred privilege-the entire . ,. j.L'.
this town and. section tributary to'Ocala In others. So 'when we, get an Idea not.i-Newapaperdom.,, convention., Here Mother Thompson j . .. ,.
need, if not in stock to their that. everyone else is ,something 'of a . 'the leader of the "Crusade'M.against . ... .
i liking will be sent for and secured for hypocrite,' it is time to take a little of John tbe saloons of Hlllsboro thirty years+ ; :=:, "" -- '
them at,a, price to meet their 'approval.We the hypocrisy out of our own. hearts.. LYDeason.on'Wdne.ay'dteInterred ; ago wan met and her words of love' THE',::4 ,. '
know consumers frequently raise Ueader"".eeit earnestly after,, the body of-his: brother/. Inspiration cheered.every heart in '
the question that. they cannot find In truth yearning for It In the 1. Dsaeoa,;who was burled on the her j I '
as a man presence '
'assortment. quality and, price what deaert yearns for the cooling springs Whaley. place'near St. Cloud, "weDt..,. South Carolina? '1s wldently! awaketo I: Itlssimmee ,YceCoi: afj!b ..r
:they can get such articles as they de-" at which he" .drank In. his boyhood two years ago, and brought the corpse. a sense of her danger from the'dis "- ,r.
sire from blqdepartment, stores Iff the lot. only'aeek for It,,but be it In :your' here for shipment to Newberry'Alaehurcouhtybutthe"railroad ,. system. ''A strong league has l" "" 4'..... ., ,..1; "
trig eltlest This. In part may be f true, own life.. .T on 'you will aow,-be-de- company been organized, looking forward''to 'Is Now ReadyWE ior'Bustfia .l"f :,:;,C"'I, "r
but'we'' fancy the obstacle and differ calved, and t.heuthe false side of'others refused to transport the same withouta banishment. of this evil,syltern'of ,.
and met if 'physician'scertificate1' as teethe the', business from this HIS Mirl.iQn.Qp"tNF! R ,'1'F1ll _,: ;
enoevan tie overcome people will not appear to 10u.-*-Bart.ow. Cou of death- ,Mr.. Uquor "great TAKE ; > M18 '
rlll go to our dealers, detail what they rier-Informant;; "' / '.' cause Deason'was compelled state.. This league says that crimes of '
want,state the price, and with the express 1 -. l'I . '. ". .+' to remain here during,Wednesday every' nature and ''general lawlessness of,Klsslmmee and,,contlduoptutenltpryU,4'w! ,: sitjy. ..t.,:

charge*added we are certain: that ReapoctQidAge., ; I Health and for;wire permission the State to continue Board-the ot bas increased at. sueh;!, an' alarming-, manufacturing a cupenbr quality of)5ce and ,'sxiBoif i their, . {
1 tlmesoutor ten all their wants will i rate, that! all tbe people are rousing '
be supplied to their entire satisfaction.\ It's shameful :when ''youth; fails- to : jol1r.l1e'ltb the body.; to the fact that something done 1 .for the.eameAt alarge".expenseWe.have'equippedour" ; ;: ,
The way to build up a town Is co-op.. show proper-respect for'old ,age, but Aspeclal Irom-Bartowdated than' to stay this progress of crime or, the with the best machfnery 'that, money; could buy and -ar. : ?
oration on stair, and equItable- basIs 'lust, the contrary': In the oase of'Dr.king" 'I'21st- says; !'CapL.Warren Tyler state -wlll be completely demoralized; 1 pleased with the results of'the, trial that;:,ha., b *n"' -iv, .n it UMweek. .

among all classes: never, losing"sljrhT New Life Pills..Theyout off mala. died this afternoon, and his body: .will So, as Is characteristic'Of the state, i .We are profoundly grateful for 'enoouraPlqll rt. hi +
of the fact that a dollar kept' In circulation dies no matter bow severe and Irrespective be taken to his old borne''' In Connecticut they, ... up a. ,-dolntr.-Pres..Report I'' given us and"shall endeavorto merit a continuanceof: : food ,
01 old Jaundice .your
at home' _Is ,worth' a shipload\ rage.. D.pepsla for IDterrment.. He was about 40 or .
abroad. Our merchants are progressive Fever,Constipation all )'o.ld.w. this old'and.; had lived here since j V, ', ,will and patronage :by straight dealing, dorn'w aht and flrai-claw
lealous for trade anlxoua! to pleas perfect fllk, 2000\at Osceola, Pharmacy, fears: Ho' was 'cathieI' of the Polk : Wanted* 'the ood.. Tickets after to-morrow: '' and"-our// prioee will .be '
secure' and retain home< trader Then County' National Bank,"' president of Wewouia.llkFloorer to ,ask through i satisfactory., Free delivery by our ownwagoa or, that'iof.Mr.' J. '
Uevi A:iEL. Householder,: the .Presiding columns ot 'you paper, If there Is any' ;
mch make'a feature:1a'thetr-advpr- } "bQ.tllote Bank of Lakeland, a member "
M. Gardner who j
handle product ,
tlsementsof .the, idea 'we.have hastily : Elder, will preach at the Meth041st 'of the City"'C ub"lt.ana"County erso".who naw used Green's August our ; "'z \> ,
; Qh1Nhnext.. Sunday Dorn ing for ; n, ** Very respectfully' 35p.WSUMMRLIN. j
s 'expressed, feeling assured'that. If .per invited' School.Board, ''and Captain of'' the '' ad'
sisted In It will br Ing-larita add prpfltblereturns.1' and evening.-- t All=.=--. -are* to; i CE 1 Oak City Guards. Mr.' Tylerwas that : .: ;f.. '
lendsIi., .- untor-w.rdPtl uf tbe Grand hag not we also mean .,pJiOMLlQL.' .. ;
\ grand ,ManpX.. .
The above Is from the pen of Editor T. Butler,' the 'saloon'man, i, has Lodga F, A: M. of Florida, and was lobe fermentation r resulwrsuch"as; of foodbabitualco.tiveness soui stomach;*; : . ,. , _.i .- xT, ., n 't. ,. ."; ,'w.'
, Blftlnger! of The Ocala Star. Tn this had a notice consplcusly painted in grand treasurer 4 lT*****..>++* u>*+'+ MM'l Hli I'll' *
"article. Brother BlUlnjjer; Is having a gilt. letters :'at. th-;, ,entrance ,01 bit mandery of Kn1_qhtst7emplara'CThe nervousdysoepsla fee/ sleeplessness' headache, h _ ---_ -- .- ,.. ._ . -- _. _. __ _ _ 1>.._ '
.. hear-tt 'to'Tils-, despondent JOIlS, 6 NN"" ""'" '
1 : patrons, place of business reading,' ''No. Min, remains of passed through trouble connected' with the - '
'/ .;.",friends: ,'neighbors and enemies-u-if he ors-Allowed." I le Kisslmmee Tuesday under escort .of stomata : BUSINESS.N ,
medicine has r
j Hi erf This
or IN IV'FIRM& "
ihas any-but flrstof all he is talking. unlformed Knights Templar . .
Arthur on's'et tbe' been sold for : in all oivlllc '. _, .. '
to thajpeflple-of Ocla for the'go'od of : Donegan, most nany I.'" .L. r. ..
the busloess' Interests of ,ocala.. It Is efficient and most popular salesmen-Ill, : ," 'rhe'rei.. ue of the Pope bicycle dai 4 countries aDd we;'wlab to correspond )
'aml8'ht1IrOOd business sermon, and Is tho oIty, -Is now clerking for The"W, ly-leaf calendar;may be considered Kith you and nod oa' one of 'GRAVES
i 'just asgood fop. Ht.-AugustlneasQoala B..Makln's6n Co 'at the store fol'1t\er-1 the opening gun proclaiming our books fre< of cost.If. you, never GRAVES : '

i, hence The Record reproduces! ; It.-, -- St. ly conducted_by J.Z.; :. Roberson.Jr .; natural and healthful return of blcyclr tried August Flower'try a' 25o bottle f1 ,.lti. > '* \ *" *" 'a,* xsuoakssone
'Aug ustlneRecord. '. VWilliams tog' Albert A. Pope, the founder .of our first. We have never known'. of Its: ., : :ra; '. -
<. > ". .industries' and 'the falling., If .0 sometbinAmore seriousU k
The above article la so I appropriate D.1MoKeatbeDh'r. bicycle ; ,
t. + and who-are running. toner'In the\ Good Roads Movement the matter with you. The 25' cent THE: w. B., MAJNSON' :,CO.; ../ J
iv minfullpwiththebopeofdofagtEditor( a still near Lake ,Bryant, were here.Wednesday Is again at. the head of the bicycle In- Bile-baa Just been introduced this) year.Regular ,
[> ,himself on tbe way totheir former -. dustry. Upon the 365 calendar, leaved' size 75 cents. At ''all .druggists. .. -rf'
I:l'Dit.t.lnjl'er'bal Trlbu'mt; readers;done will meditate proud over lathe homes 10 spend\the boJI :al!., .'. ,' are freBhl .wlLte1l, lines, from the pens .. .iO.O.areenWoodburyX1J.Ddi.e ; : Haviug purchased the-Hardware business"ofthe"'W ('B...fiik. t

every,word of ft.-Tampa Tribune The W.; B. Maklnson Oo> bal purl of our greatest.* college presidents' and S3mpSOI1"a 9s-"re a 'rare kinsqn Co. we tako this method of informing:' the' ;l Ublic of that, U.
chased Abe business ot J 2. doctors, clergymen statesmen
Ballard'a Horehouad Syrap" Robersod, and grocery took possession Moods 'Mother-eminent. men and ,women all of cultIvated has marked yoIoe.-,talent'F.rmtnRLOn nnd' fact and of soliciting the'same ,,liberal 'patronage'' thithas been ;

: immediately relieves. hoar0ecroupyzpongh Mr. liobjrson is as yet undecided ,}I them' enthusiastically supporting t highly Men)Cbrofllol.. /Atr the* Auditorium given, our predecessor. Our motto will be"afull: and Oompl.te ; .,
;''OI"PI'e.led"" ..ttJlnKl.rUpinjf as to what line of business' be will{bicyclingHalf Of each''' leaf is bank: Dec.' gsth., ; :' ; *..* 'line"of goods offered at live and lettvepc.:: : .*,' ,::Our ookIwlU;
and dUUoult, .' neabreatbinif. : C. n embark in'The " ": (for memoranda. 'Thla \eodu. 1s free' r 3 ,
; \ Blinds !
embrace Hardware ; Supplies -Sa.8h ;Doors.< ,
.I: Stearns ( Manufacturing A" 'FMghteaed '
DruggistSbullsburp WlsI the Company'sstores
< j at Pope Morse.Running .
col1.ln..W'tlte.,,May 50. -ittOl .*''! have . recital given: at the 'Auditor'ium'Wednesday ;] or any'of our readers can 'obI hke''msddown; the ''street .Paints"Oils" ; Putty .QlasirrOuns.! Ammumtioe'Sport'iai,!,Ooode ; >J
Ubeen' '. ; BallardZ': Horehouad nlghtT-byyMlss.', :: DIfPf18'ItcIa.1 ,I tain it by sending lye 2-ocnf ,stamp the, ''a I. fall kinds; '.',whichwewit, -add.Furniture'a d .House: Furnish- -
dumping or .hundred
for*twO: and have in &ool1t.loll was largell.attend: ,- Manufacturing Co.; Hartford '. occupants '
Syrup years, never t to the Pope -Inge within,the next menth. -VTe.will be-pleased STtoTBaveryou' '
other accidents, flay occurrences :
'All d'
h bad *J. .the participants aoqultt ; are.every
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preparation ,
satisfaction. themselves ,admirably, fully provingthe I I : ' It behooves .everybody oheve.a''rellable'Salve trade and will endeavor to merit tt''."by/ fair-dealing: :courteous.
I notice that when I 111.
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sell bottle "I superior ability of Ml. Dtapree'asa ? r ; handy 'and "treatment and reasonable prices.: sSi, ; ?( "
a they come for
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can honestly reoom nd 26c,' 60cr teacher:' 'We regret.,that lack of BavanabNews: '"Aremetaisalive; ,?t erx> ':' '- ; ,1 " {' .' .1'
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'fad1,00 at d'Anal gi tam. Eczema and,Piles;:,"..j)1>8ar'(quickly : MAKl7l. '
_; .t notice of fhe.entertainmentbutsui : the peloe ot yellow metal with tha eagl e j\T'I ,;a'g B1JIL DING
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"You are kind," she said, languidly

compliment me so prettily,. Jack. I BEAMAN :
thank,7ouebut ,, L. I

down in her heart, sho. had

learned that It was only this one man S 1 ::- 3* ,

w whom she cared to please
_4' , ., JOHN'WINTHROP'S DEFEAT. She could not know; however;.thoughshe
'f; !A N'01)cL.. 4_ shrewdly guessed, how' the wordsof Brussels boasts,, an astonishing decrease Livery ife. Sale Feed
rate. The averngc4
Bea trlco Field rankled In.John Wintbrop's in! Its mortality Iv
'KATE mind into tb4 issues I >cc c1a7 '.b.. lately been only ,
r: JEAN tutting deep
LDLUj ,, I one-third of what it "used to be, and
ICOOtalaatL aoes.t Bo.. <. of his heart, sorely wounding<< his
u BOBD, UBS. several .d'lJ'In September Stable. .
I there were Stable.i
-- U soul Yet; even now he would not ylen II -
ML.s throe smiling, always pleased at uls when there were no funerals at all
to the memory of 'Alecia's face and
(Continued. '
) evident affection and "I'wlll
<< car* not '"
."Yet,;? said Jessica, lazily. "I, am again Venture'alone, John." violet eyes and uplifted head .as she After fourteen years or' study Dr.
stood before him pleading for her hus ,
always pleased to go with Mamma '"Some one anyway to guard you," Vii.Schroen, professor pathological '

.Wtnthrop. Jack added Jol n, kindly, band. thoughts anatomy'at Maples l. is convinced that : Finest, Turnouts, in Town.
.... ."But .the* do* not'comprehend; "But. then" the lurking devil hadcrept All these iyere come backto LJ) has discovered. the bridge between
John" his mother said, softly. ."Thee Into Jessica's slow, soft voice, him sitting tu his,, room after the living and lifeless things in the so-

nor'Jessica. Only; for A few things I though she toyed indolently \vlth-the honuewas. quiet He could not sleep called petroblasts which form duringthe
went and 'Jessica was reading.Iad balanced ; or rest; with..those.! ,even, violet eyes I'rocl'ls'ot crystallcaUon and which
spoon 1Jer coffee-cup
8 I .attempted-crossing the street I h6r eycsTfroin under upun thl'tr( lashes .on and that proud beautiful face, alive resemble tiring cells in their growth.MB Aoutfor 0 tauilard10M an ,
with smiling;' intruding his stern Ct
,H would have m rrrvini inr' adventure his face;. "But,, then there was:the *
'But this young girl who saved me beautiful young'lady, : you ;know determination to forget her Every One, of the 'atavanta-ces.ln the proposed
. ? "" fold
-:" Jack. Her speech was something like 'movement! every look even every I monorail susjje 4ed ? electric ,

".4 young girl, you say,, mother?" the :speech-of heroineIn a novel of her sown returned to him more and railway for Hamburg Is that.corners

John .Wlnthrop Interrupted, earnestly' when the,'hero Is In question. How moro obstinately an ho fought: against. of a narrow street can be turned,. owing -' KISSIMMEEROUTE.

some ,allonge: thought" deepening. the Insolent she must be to have uttered them. to the short:' radius of curvature'
pallor In his face. such words to our dear Mamma Wintbrop. Vell, he exclaimed l. "why should I permitted" It is also estimated that

Mrs. Wlnthrop smiled. indulgently; Or else-=.''was there ever such. so, torment myself about her. ShallI both tW, first cost and the operation
,i e upon her son. '. another slow even exasperating voice admit that she) has power to keep will 'be.Considerably less than on an'ordlDary :RIVER
sleep from my eyes? I am weary .
c.ti7 ''I think thee would call her a young before?-"how she must ''hate you elevated rond.Qerman .
;, girl. John1: she said, "and very sweet Jack!I. I never believed you capable of enough heaven knows, and I have .
In the face. But gray; eyes she bad hurting a woman." done her no wrong./ She shall not Southwest Africa !Is, now be... STEAMER LILUB.. STEAMER ROSEADA. .
I that turned''to block in her speaking There was J fire Under John Wlnthrop's .haunt mo uurestful ghost for Ing recommended by". German physicians Captain Clay Johnson Sr Captain Clay Johnson, Jr.Regular .
murderous .
deed! I' will sleep '
I some for
Slender home -consumptlvcS
and look as a permanent
upon land : weekly trips to Basslnger and return. Roseada leaves tcisslnv.
reserve tooand.this waking of '
AJecia Graham spite eyes
4Z sweetly npoken: -until then.'" I your end young men with tendencies .
woman was frightened at her work mee Tuesday morning, and arrives Ktsslmmee Friday evening <
? z "And -when she' turned or smile! %You return home tomorrow in that direction. The wintersare .
t said-what was it she said awayshe mother" when she saw the blaH in the dark* ,,..!_understand, and:so will not like those iu Southern California Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myers on the LUlle ,

'"Wby.should. thee strive to gray eyes under the 'h av>, meeting cross my path for many days:-perhaps the air pure and dry-the sky always Comfortable ommodatlon for passengers. Rates reasonable y
remember brows, and a vivid flush cross his face, never!' moderate The! most picturesque Waterway in Florida.
ber words John dear? !She blue and the temperature
was) wicked in her hatred my,or she could; leaving It still more pallid by contrast; Andr ho resolutely went to bed and and Inviting to life outdoors.--* -..-- 'For '''Passenger. and Freight Rate apply to
h'l not have uttered them. the stern lips set like steel"lines under osoa his eyes and slept by ver.toree CLAY JOHNSON. SR., Proprietor .*
*$& truly know,thce she would not so have she the shrouding mustache. He clenchedhis of 7111.. crowding down bis heart Professor E, L. ,Thorndike has recently Oa board."Llllle," Klsslmmoe. Fla.EVERA ,

4 ] t '.poken..o'/ hand upon the table until It was But strange contradiction of life If been making a series .of measurements \ .
.. .
"But she said, mother?" like a dead hand closed rigidly forever so be trampled on his heart calling It 'of the mental traits o': bO1and
upon some precious thing How he it that he among that the
"She pall" Mrs.- absurdity why was ,Irla. Ho finds greatest
Wlnthrop's eyes commanded his voice Into even speaking others haunted the station atBt is lu'the '
f many difference between the sexes: : 1DOeTOR'By'3,11emllton
were troubled, looking her MM HIS OWN
upon son
:., she could knew. Ells .
never very Larare,_ when he knew that the rate and accuracy of perception: vei-.
across the dainty table "to tell thee
f fA
that had she known whom she was self-control startled her more than one woman who held power to rouse bal memory''aud spelling. In these respects .Nyers, M. "D. fr
open anger would have done. his soul for his defeat was there to the girls are. superior to the
saving she would not have lifted' her ". "Women judge for women" he said, take the train to Dieppe and so 'to. bogs, only one-third .of the latter 600-pafIllustrated Beok eontaining.ala.ble information perUialag
1 hand for me She said that tbee would bow to treat and
diseases the hnmaa
sternly "and men for men. You know: Lherpool1iDd-bomel 1 1Strongo' reaching the average mark; of the to of system, showing
know. She mistook thee John. She saedieines. The book contains analysis of
too little of the one or the other tojudge Imbecility of the human girls. He also finds girlvOess variable we wUh simplest of L
could not June meant my; son." Jessica. You courtship and marriafre; rearing and'management of children, besides (
?4i will be happier heart that moth-like haunts the can mentally than boys. '
"And her "' d ?
name, mother? with fall complement
valuable etc. a
if yon learn from my mother's quiet dle's flame 1 Strange magnetism of the prescriptions recipes, .
y r ; Her name Is Beatrice; John=a life rather than from novels Becausea . facts in manna medioa that everyone: should know.
Juggernaut wheels of fate drawing iu The usual problems confronted tin
pleasant namBeatrlce Field...' to well-regulated household Mil b*
woman .Is beautiful outwardly does This most indispensable adjunct every:
and under the souls to be tried American engineers who constructedthe
y "Aleda Graham's, sister she sold?" address oa-reoeipt of price, SIXTY CENTO.Addrees .
to ,
-J i"Yes. John" ._ -I i not answer for her soul.! through the mills efjjfe and ground power-transmission line- from the Mailed postpaid any:

d ."And from oN.wrork t1lfarp.lDIr aWIl7' ltef '. influence; flne and sifted! Cauvery Falls to the Kolar gold mines y
Always setting her against these But did John Winthrop dream thatthrough Iu India. The wires were carried on ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE. JleLOT".TfTIt:
"From New York- John. But TA.eAo
strange happenings of life!
the gay crowds and'among tlO poles through the jungle, the distance
:Why wilt thee think these words
I "And there in. really no true beauty many faces one slender figure followed of the line being ninety miles. To prevent -
of a willful heart- without a white soul Jessica" said aim, and one fair face. never deviated the depredations white ants .- . .- .
"She was' slender and dark, with '
Mrs. Wlnthrop. gravely. "Thee can- from Its purpose, or the bright eyes the poles are set In seven-foot iron
brown" hair and gray eyes? not judge John's hurt of a woman. lie lose him from among the waiting passengers . sockets; otherwise the pests would!
"Gra, eyes John, that turned'' toblack would harm no one who Is good." T ; soon destroy them. ', And to malt the }

10 speaking and brown hair "But If one Is wicked and desire. to ."Oh but I could learn to hate you, wires safe from the inquisitive truultaof''WUd' Florida East CoaslrRy.LOCAL .
'that curled. upon her forehead. ; and be good, and Is still
Judged only be- elephants they were strung! at
.slender-yes, John" cause one is wicked\ : how can you hope slender: tin elevation beyond their reach. Careful _. m

1 ,be'John- Wlnthrop frowned heavily a* for good ,results Mamma WlnthropT gling out his face .always; .among the measurement was made to this TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903,.
mechanically pushed his '
I; away Maybe this girl whoever she is, .
was many. "How I could hate ,you because end. '
C plate, his eyes bent upon the snowy infected by the old tragedy atmosphere of her!" And her ears alert /pUTN10VNO-CIAO lows NORTHBOUND-EAB US'

loving doth not daring to meet blsTnotber's. lurking In Paris"' suggested Jessica heard scarcely heeding the words German woodworkers and builderssay Na19 ..t1 Nel ...'I

'"".I'IIallk eyes God!" he_muttered., "At with a;cold smile "and believed that around her; but a. few out of these remaining that wood that comes to the sawmill n.liy. Dillj. . __ I DallyTil .SU. __
? she would do good by some ill vengeance -*, In her.memory-and tier memory or the 'workshlp by floating is '
.least .it was,not .sher'! like Brutus. We women are good! much better for their purposes than !! t 4.S ...............J..Lsa.111e..Ar ATTES
strange was 141. ..................-111..1. T 01. '
creatures, Jack. Men never "Foolish Dick:"' murmured a soft than which is brought in dry. The 0 IH' 10 M.. ........ .........." AasucllaeU .110a I"1=
i, CHAPTER .XIf understand us." voice. A 'with brown eyes and reason Is that while the wood 1s lyingin : : = 11 **....................... .. I.......................... .11 a fl i
nr Jessica Gray. said hair and a charming face was standIng the waterr-lts sap and albumluousand f 4 ..... .. {. .
j i opAr. .. . ......... . .aka. .. ... .. .L.
,",.'111.1 Jessica Gray John Winthrop'* John WlnthropT""resolutely fighting with her escort a little apart from salty materials are dissolved'out.If FN is 11 III. I."..... ........,...Pai..ka... ................A? SMa -01 zu.
7ward..was left down the fierce fire in'his heart "I the chatting upon the platform' these.substances remain In the f ... Ar. .. ........1." Mai........... ...... .., .: -
an orphan with .a fair gain fresh group moisture .... .''file 1..8..:: .. M.l... .....................Ar Sins11 BUFFET .
fortune In money and beauty at fif knowledge of you every "To run away from his beloved art wood they readily absorb : ."................. Res. :r..... .. ''...L: 4 *>. ..iii BUFFET:
:teen.' For three years ahe had beeu affectionately ,day Jessica. and away down here from Rome just from the atmosphere after coming out i .......,........, ,....hunn.Iu.'l.. .: ......u..a... 4 MaSM ,
"c; ,cared: for in the.pleasant "You: are such a cynic; that 'I wonderat For me! And It was only i last week of the drying rooms, and tbe wood 1j ......................:..t..............I>u....."'....I.,.....*.......... Ma*. i sip 1I BUFFETPARLOR BUFFETBLEErINC "

.Quaker.,homestead among tbe Berkshire your acknowledging even that that you called me a wicked girl because .well". Artificial means of washingout p .'.-............. 17 tap : OIRCCTtO 'y
Hills .Jack.'she' said, lightly, still Indolently I wouldn't"Well the substances, are used in Germany ................... .. If PARLOR BLEErINC
growing in character; per; -- I r ...... ...__. 44a 11" '
t'' ;steps .too much after the manner oi ,toying with her spoon. "Whenever -' ?" 'There was:a spite of persuasion with- wood that- has not been : i j.. ......a......:,......ormnad..t..5: : : ::. 14* 1' PARLORCARS
I bear 4! in the world. It Is Hosted. p-.o..u ..5 $4a '
you that man's voice. "Be-
e wild flowers tht're-tlo many flowpa In the deep ......... H :
; so many weeds crowded together you' acorn women generally," cause you wouldn't what -' Kathryn 'I ...........I.r.w.p.,........ ; 4.a p CARS TOTHr
"No.good,. true woman,"':said Mrs.. ImtorTtowlBS Literature.As II. P.....I............. .. THr
i!Mltscrlminately. The lurking fire under The completion of the sentence-snakes matter, of. fact alL estimable BU'f N ............. ,..., Onm 1 ilE .
: the indifference of her manner Wlnthrop.- with roused spirit. ".John" ill the difference. In the world a ... 11 i; ..;...................bMll.n )>...#............... It 0\ p 1 i
would scorn no One Jessica, who is literature is but a form of elaborationof 1* W .................... St. ......,.........._.......... 1;" 11 t7. ARE CARS
ti might, some day burn that which 'Ob, gee said tbe girl lightly one our American "interview. Adam's I u*. 1 Pf ........:,...;.... fleree........,...._...;.. 1 11 *>* ACT
'should awakeD It.Ia'the worthy of rosnectThee" hnnM choose land, like a small bird fluttering unoc. ii ... ,......_Tlt.bal................._.., p J.. II a ,
1 \ thy words more C.- liTd: ; ;'." ;naiitbin-7o Ilim- report Is .an.example. but not a .particularly : 11' ...: ::::::::....... Ed.u. ............ ",-., 11 J' 1041* OP ABUFFET '
: quiet home among the New its arm. know felicitous of holy 4f. t :.......... :'J.t.n.:............ hp SJ/e. I'IZ-4
u Bngland Berkshlreswith gentle .Mrs. "And judge your guardian ,by his ply could :not marry yon so offhand I paragraph ; M*. l' .":...........:::" .,..." .,....,:::..:: ,1105 "OX
writ If Homer tells the truthhe .. 'Hob.aouno:..u... . .. ...
treatment of II I .... ......... : 4 It 10 >
';wInthrop for. companion her; fiercer you, not of women gen 3lck, and stay in Rome away from We account Platoa /t i p.I............... .W..iJupte.r....... .,,.. ...... t P 14Ma ON i
nature slept Occasionally roused erally. added John quietly, rising iou%even for youT' ''" sa_ starreporter.:, II *. p ................w.., rlm s.s.b. ...... ....... ....19 th.ATED. -4
r from the table. greater man than Socrates whose I, .... g pw....................Bnrntaa.DirT. ............ ........ to*
iJI and brightened; surprising even her "But you know whenever you do extraordinary loquacity be embalmed. tI. r. ................. .................. I'P' TVATED. :II
self "But"- f Ma. ......... ..IL'L.nd.dn.:.. ... ...... pp Sa _r 7
with lier brilliance; but these rare they were alFrlsen bow and marry me you'll bavo to give up your If: is open to doubt whether tbe frame M p p..::.:::............ ..lla<.* .....::...:: .::...... I" 44. zZ
occasions were only whefl John Wlnthrop Jessica; In her stately height met lev.elly old home anyway Kathryn; ; and when .of Dr. Samuel Johnson could have been Ma" ................1e..O..CU7..f. fftT .
.. w:......... .. .
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was at home. 8U11 she did not her guardian's eyes coolly and you kn&w that I,must remain here nn11 perpetuated save through the interviews f N s :; :

gPl( pans* to.analyse this change In her'self 'laxlly-"If we go. into society Jiere, the fall I should think-" which Boswell set down seeing BOIIJID'O'LKSQJI': BRANCH .

..,'d any more than she would have Jack,. are we not likely to meet this "But you needn't think you know!" tuat his dictionary is'now nothing but f

1 .analysed t'change more marked In girl It.would not be specially pleasant retorted the wicked, voice of Kathryn literary dust It la unquestionable a.un'OaD BzANO11 oaAzegE.CITT DBANOE.atauo.a .

any" other. Bhe was too Indolent to I-should think-for. your' ranklln. "Besides I haven't married: that unless his several valets and marshals N*.12bjy.iri No. 31 1 N*. I II'ATIO".. ,
'question the causes of life, Life Itself The flame! blazed and flickered and you yet and maybe I never will, Dick had recorded their luminous Interviews U.Ii D.II li.llrlHi I D.tlj D.11 "

WAS"good; rather stupid at.times, toowj'l died In John'' Wlnthrop's eyes as be Chester, so don't be .such a: bear and should f T ;; 'Mr ? ...... y '
and Impressions we 1 10 ., .,;,... ....Ar OT p 10 IO s LrIt ;.A 144rliej. -v-c'
animal like but.worth living.vSo ., answered her but no other betraying threaten what you will do then-i-when have known how exceedIngly << a .......,.. ..,,,.,,,.. / M a 1 y *l l.Lr.Oraare.'.. $OOle i
'' never fully *!: ........= SO 11 S4 li if Ye'
." that ,It was not until that morn- sign of emotion could she detect even I am going away, toor'! I great.was l'l..apoleon' Bonaparte e/a Ar..S.", ItO. I/6sAr..Or.Clt* CIty.Ar J.L.140 1/sip ;

|a*; of tbe adventure In front of the with those alert ey,.. "It's your own fault that you are And in our ,011'11 time we have seen M
1 y". "B eHe
1 ,was footed to be more than a )pssslon-, :cab. .b1e'ot"judging for any one,". hit .iwered:.the. :msn. half laughingly. developed the value of tbe personalnote 1 !L >1> y Oai1. sit'

sJt. woman uoawakened. She bad never .Aid. coldly: "There Is no reason why "But you know you are to'wrlte regularly and Interest in the interview; how loss, p a Tn.Jack..nllle ..*..,..ArS ....... 45 I
I should U' !* !*a p SSa.... So.. I.."* ",,111. .....LT ... ... T ST \1i II p p
,before been conscious of the ,heart shun Beatrice Field.. >|(; have and decently long letters too 3t.
Horace Oreele,. from having written I I* *** I 50 p t M* ...... T(4 a 10 a 10.
Oat tinged her blood to the brilliant lone her no wrong nor any one Lllss .Kate,,er who knqir but 1 may '110 much about other,celebrtles come to 1,1 1010. i P S14 a.........Aa.at1.)i.*.l>._......, ......:: TOO* Ii .,. ,, t
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f.I kD 3lull7. I decide ,break UMa. p. nJaAr..riypert..Lv. IOar llSOft
intense of all other ties
degree Beatrice Field. But prefer that this subject to save art have so.a0.ucb'wrltten'about himself;
,this 'morning'tbo.smouldering fire.In should end here." and swear allegiance to that along! how Alfred Townsend Illuminated The Time TV4ee.hew th.limps al whlh traM* mar b* .,,_ted to arrive and dpr4
p Wood began "Oh, well As Wouldn't I George from ik..r.l.tMtoe*. bat".ler A.w rtur..t the &Urn* *.. t\ very always leaving
to lift and said regret
glow, per you nay" you the characters of his political ser dee* tfce Oompaey bold IUU repoafbl tot andeity or any eonquau aruiaa1 ...-
blips; heralding-who knows-a crater Jessica, lastly, with a shrug of .her me in this way Kathryn Franklin I contemporaries; how John Russell from._ r I

". ,bub l" !outbreaking like tbe: destroying shoulders and A slight curve of scorn "Don't be aUturd. DIckr'! protested .Young did the same and gave us our
,I Ores of :Aetna: or Vesuvius; on the rose-leaf lips. "Only-I should Kathryn: calmly, save for a threat of I' most Intimate 'glimpse of Grn t. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

$5 5"I beg you par40n..ladt.'aheaald.. rather-Uke to meet this girl Jack. She rears in her voice as the hour of departure A hundred able Interviewers have KMSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT ttlAB.1.In .
smoothly, the waking demon.lurking; might sprinkle tbespice Into my- life drew near "While you are services. of -
performed btogra phlcal
that- _____ I Effect; April; I6, 1903. "
'In the3sr11ehing.yee; "but IlUmetlme. < -oave T8-n-1oJlc-1I1Cked--I rr Rome"remember thc ndage- Do nsr greater or less 'value.T1ollIlIlIdaotthem. !

"-J lUll "more: 'lonely among these burry- not matter. I am sure, otherwise. The the: Itomans do;'. but when .;you go In all civilized lands, are carry SOUTH S3: VKO.: NORTH BOUND.
Inc crowds"" than under the trees at girt is"nothing;, to'me!" home to America-" and Lv$ So".,Tbur........... ........... S 011 Iv HTM M/m, T I ................:. II .....
ing on the good work to-day.-alail ... .................. .
APES? W.N A.Thur \ Ar K y Wi>* Won Frl. .... ....... et'
,, dear old 'Cedarhnrst There one's ills lips shut tlghfly over this insinuation "Why. when I go home to America" Express. Lvt.y. e.a. Thur.................. 1011., LT Key W..,Tura Bat..J......... 11 set.
I- **' ..stupidity was Dot"SO-mar'kedli. apparr that the girl might be something -. finished her lover "I will do as Amer- Ar .vs.r.M.n.lrrt...................... iuGa Ar Miami & ........?.. 110"
r *tent as It li here." ,.' to him but Jessica's face was cans do. Tbe-Idea is excellent, and I TVh.i."been 1. Translucent.
Tor seer nt Local Tim* Card or other Information address any A>o:..
;Her, guardian .was kindly" attentive so Impassive and Indolent that he will act upon It at once by kissing you The whiteness and opacity of dry linen i

,: 'at .once. Be fulfilled'his duty'' to the turned away' and left the room uttering - right here before everybody Miss as of writing paper are due mainly .

i:letter to this girl as In all else of his, no Word of acquiescence, or deniaL Kathrynt"i' to the tact of repeated reflexions

; ,-'Ule.."" *t'* "Don't be ,ridiculous, Dick! mur- at the surface so that the light Js

rfo"%011-40 well to remind me. Jessica" "But_we will-see murmured Miss mured tbe pretty voice; and the listening (wasted In these reverberations beforeit

\,he sold, putting aside his own thoughts, Jessica, lounging, .among'the cushions .woman.was about to turn away can reach to any depth *,.

'tor.the time "You have been ,lak of'their"can-Inge as they drove along Indifferently, when an exclamation In The body of linen Is a network of .
.. . .. .. .. .. ..G. ...
> i Europe for two years now and If you the Champ Elysees that afternoon the the same voice arrested her attention. transparent fibres not In optical con: .Y

', are still lonely,'you should have- told pale blue cushions harmonizing t'wlth "Hush! There-look. If that isn't (tact which Intercept the light by repeatedly I

"me sooner, We return -to America her owa* pale beauty so' that many John Wlnthrop I'll-why. I'll stay with rcflexjng It. Now. if tbo In-

next: : week, but until. ..Jhcn. yon shall eyes were turned upon her from pass- you In Borne, Dick Chester! Over Itertlces of these! fibers Are filled by a : We Do Job j

hare an opportunity: f '1zaking, friends lug carriages, sitting so carelessly opposite here-see 7 'Hateful old thing Isn't body of the same refractive Index as Printing

'.r-1teH;.'-Irbave letters to the sweet old Quaker woman le? How I detest him! Whai.Jshe. the fibres; themselves the reflexion of .

/Mny peyso 1DE17: ; upon them with her placid face; the strong face here for I 'wonder? ,,Jumbled by fate the surface is destroyed: and the linen .
:, 'today.G ;'you of the mari-.beslde strangely out along with us'going home ''My goodness -Is :rendered more transparent Water :

., 't** tmow..Je..tca.,.. :he (added. smiling..His of place asj though two fires of 111 were I I hope not! How .awkward does this; hence linen when wet isuarker : Of All 'Kinds': .::

:smile 'was always good trf see.. NowIt set beside some ml&bll", calm. _"We that would be. Indeed!r but more translucent Just as

quickened "to li' brighter"'.glow that ))ran wait; my dear ,guardian, if. so we, "Why would It be awkward: qucstlonvd Is the oiled paper uled'to: tracingsby .. e
demon spark In Jeisl a'a eyes ."And win learn? and then" ,ber companion; and, the listener architects and engineers.! i -

: 'yon mat.; rom1M;mey;'...otb r. never ,"I did not think," .John was paying leaned. a trifle :nearer to catch the The same bolds good with orrilnnry You.
agate 'to attempt" bopping-- :without In quiet amusement as ho assisted his word. ""And who is John Wlnthrop, glass and ground'glass, .the repeated : WeCan Please !

+I.: :companionship. Even your? wonderful mother and ward to alight .at their Kate Franklin?" Inflexions of tho.latter making It far _
lJIoe Marclie' or.the -'Belle Jardiniere' door ..that.m,. ward was Such a tTo be' contlJ ued.). less transparent To. a similar cause -
throe of the 'Louvre' .11. .... I I are due tbe whiteness and opacity of f .
might charming Of
" 1 re' snarM short.Tor ,.0.. .X" shall never: "woman. yon woman.did not fall course I to note being the A'twentieth of -Scotland's area,!is forest snow.. ,-'of salt-. and. of pulverized. : ginss.,. .... .. .... .. .. .. .. ...

secure: about. you unlessone,. of admiration bestowed< upon you ///this/, land, swen-tenths is mountain heath -: Jt. ;
VPV with 70.. .. J i afternoon, Jessica Allow. .we to con- and lake and only one-quarter cultivate! I Appendicitis Insurance policies arc '

.; ."I sweats ae .r the d,-**t,said, Mrsv Win-. gratulat* you.". .- land', v. :/ ::. *"*. every issued$in:OO.England st,+1.25: a year' for I L.

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"It was for JD7 sake he went tU.."
. operation wherebybe"'obtained"for' ,
she msy
replied softly,, : GBI IJL '
other ptirpoftes.,
Thorn was silence 'ot"a'sewminuh t c' ,
( tea as wagon 'washing and the cleaning: of '

WEARINESS. harnesses without carrying' It or HVll a. l
..' "Then ,you are 'the''.young- -lady ,-nuy' .

A 1 Li. feet, that juc: p whom,, my son wished marry I.oppo.ltlon .. i 1 gl'at.dirbnder The rainfall way.,bi ,
oig r..r. Latnrl.g n.r.taa Oraa ..... totHlMd' by placing ,a'barrel ,wblca'is
Must wander little hearts that'tlireb
on through Lope, .nd and brat to my wishes1 said,Mr., .
Lean ,
Must ache and breed beneath With such impatient, feverish heat, Mansfield :While no other crop'<.D be grown water-tight'on' a box.or other platform
L'nearer to the w.yaid. Inn your ; finch limitless and strong desires; *' severely on the land'which.will" afford, greater and; by the use of a slmple'aud. cheap ;n..a ell It,
"Yes. she '
AmWhere toil ehafl oeate and Mina that so long has glowed and b< .CT murmured.' lIet'',proftt than Berm Titl _tit
rut b gla, *" With ir cta.' some may V-trouKb'carry the1 water to the barrel .stars n seta.y.r .
thinking .f passion into aahea.turned-- Mr. Mansflold! thought deeply for the' .
your road, desire to .
Now dcrtroy'1t Much oWe codmay front the "caves'of barn
berets the root
and conceals its fine next few .W. ..
After all he liked L 0.L'.
0,little baud., that, weak be''destroyed by exposing It to A faucet shouldbe*. placed In tile Or
or Ms eoeotit
11ev. still b serve or rut. ao'lont.strong-? n', little souls, as pure and white ( Ansom Immensely{ and if -p e freezing weather In the winter, Cut barrel as shown, so that"the water" 'A Lvkarpu''a: Br: ,

Have and u Long to gin or ul- ').id irect cryetalline dram U rays of tight still proved obstinate, she 'would, -of up the ,sod with a disk:' or' cutawayarrow may be drawn off: readLywhen war.ter. :
ce ""OR with heaven their l the house .s
boolt pVn source eontst'leers and
and divine perhaps Tlyt'e ...era
have lefraoUd b crossing to chop'the'aod into / t'-' .. of the "' .t.
toiled smonq my Le Jow men,, throujh: the out of years, this'morning's rldlcnlou's adventure Over: top barrel. placed "The ,1dlady'. HalloiBbla C.1+. ,1
How pre
yw ,
Ass wesry, thinktag of red TOT a.ttm a sun appean, small 'blocksMT,.Tcar ni> these block .
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your taak. >
L J tow. .lurid looks this soul. .( mine!I might be mentioned and-yes. be' with som. plow or harrow that will for b.tttj c M a hol. raoa.",',

--LoDgftllw.) would be merciful.. bring them to the surface. this "No she won't. TMs MBM f,...."_'
"Well, ,Miss,.Ansom. I need hardly severartlmcs Atlanta Cooatttetion.; c
during' the winter, expoBlng i
say that your story astonished mo
new surfaces ?to tbe frost as
beyond measure. But I will ors ,
not disguise y
that first exposed is killed. By spring .
71ii \ +. from you the fact duringthe I "Well. said the' boarder "' '
\ \ that most of It will be dead. Keep the sod who was..
? irC 9JC SIC 'time you bavt been with fond of '
us yon stirred to quoting; things 'opporteatty'
prevent growing until! .
\ ;, : cars
have',won my 'highest esteem and in kneek.lonee at eet'7.II'doot: "
planting season. Vlant ;; :, .
: fact; I regard you with feelings of with bull tougue-t corn>fows.and or-tooth- t. "Hub#" snorted Biopsy, "... ........

paternal affection.: We must write to Cultivators to' keep the from I tunlry to 'pay my board,bill knoe *>C ': '

MASFIELDSSTRATEOY.J' jthut: )'oune scamp: and hue him home,. Do grass at my"Boor.fenr-times toclaTI'Itfte1p'bla -
growing.' not -u, e. any :plow ot I - ,
Meanwhile ::; ft
g other Implement which will cover the;i w ,i'ITor } "Publlc'1Ledger,,
Wtk-cry* of -Miss < K
joy flung rod When the knee ?, ,-
com .Is deep sow -' '
her arms 'around his neck and ,imprinted II : 'wirsa 'rIae *of.w..e.Mrs. .
two bushels of peas' to the acre and urn lsafa : tatltdYou're t
.. ,., ,. '* kiss on his nose;' them In Enpeck-"Ob. you ,needn't )
plow with bull
H "' ""'-7r> 7"-7'" tongue plover .
At that mondent th.e'door opened and If these 1 frame, covered with the finest mesh :: not quite perfection yourself,
p V dtrectIon.a
a J .. HAVE!! made 'a discovery Mr. Mansfield bad 'determined that Ur.,-)lanllftelel stood on the thrcsbuold. : faithfully" carried I wire'obtainable .This.will keep..out I .would'have yon'knew'' ," '
out the Bermuda
will be 'com
Jfc"John said Mr. llaD.a so his ems should marry rank, and beauty ,with hands'uplifted 'lv. horror- She pletely i vermin and siual) animals and yet EnpeckNo, my ;;''de..t 'but! wbe"' '
I destroyed In '
field looking up from her in the of could not have timed her with one summer i iw you're. around I'm mlghty Dear ''
person a daughter of a lOcal entrance erever' a fall stand of is se- permit sufficient air to circulate ore .1 / per
,knitting. peas '*
magnate., greater precision bad IIhe been waiting the water faction. .
l" 0 ,, cured., to'prevent it from becoming a
John Mansfield retired with at the .. )Ir.. Enpeck-"Oh, Henryrfiiil'ITl; ; "
merchant But handsome Jack Mansfield elected eye keyhole. -Bermuda sEould be planted nil' stagnant The illustration shows the ,, ;

rimperne.,. looked Alderman and -Mayor of. : to manage his own matrimonial ![;, "John! Mis AnsomT she gasped. cleared land which Is liable upon to be plan, which is un excellent one and ,more American

up from.bls paper.' affairs: and upset all his Mr. "Mansfield looked frightened. very inexpensive

assuming"A.: discovery his .my 'dear" he said iant 'plans by. falling ;In father's, lore with brill a ','My dear" he cried nervously-: am washed upon'..terrace under banks renders Planted'breaking . f Ko dress fur K.vy. a"Aren't

best magisterial manner.' pretty nobody going to write and tell Jack to' Come Storing Bn; Crop. there some jealousies ,1.
a .
governess In a impossible and if
"Pray what Is the 'nat re of this remarkable >where he"was visiting.. "w home. This young lady; has promised tbe'interspaces Every fanner- knows tbe dllU'cult.7of your" progressive euchre' clubT"'
are properly, cultivated it be
occurrence" .Finding all arguments! to be-' his wife. She I., In fact; the In .Neither' may kept so storing'roots a. to facilitate the "ISo] Indeed" answered young''',Mrs.Torklns .J d +

"I find that Miss Anspm has a photo. commands alike useless persuasionsand Mr. Mans lady about whom we bad that foolish other bounds.; valuable, Bermuda' nor any handling of them in winter. Some have ; "when" we buy prices we are ?

graph, of yourself, which she treasures field finally told his Qu.r el" '. grass'will grow vigor no" pits or' cellars convenient lu the ''always careful; to. select things',that ,
son be musgjeltherfall ousjy' soil but if
tn, secret. in with bill wishes It took Mr. :Bolan.aeld'9ulte a quart upon very poor once barns, and consequently store the rootins one really want, ao that the .win' '"- '
or leave bis set It will
waste and gaver
prevent 'contlDu-
'What do you mean mt dear?** exclaimed / home forever and look for er of an hour, to make his wife understand pits outside. Of course, the ,outdoor will not be an.objectJofeQvlo-: : ,
no further a117' improve, the Boll, whUe' keeping .
)lr. Mansfield.' assistance from himself. Jack clearly the facts of.the' case. clock method is not i always the best Washington Star. i
eight months of the
"This morning," explained Mrs. chose the latter But: when she did understand .he year. for the.-roots will sometimes keep .
course, and within a .If common vetch (Vlcla saliva) let '
(Mansfield. "I entered A TMrnlnc Vr
Miss sound condition when tkarlMyi
Ansom'sroom week set sail for South Africa. burst' Into tears and rapturously .embraced stored that

and found her absorbed In the The loss of her only son was, a source Miss Ansom, .assuring'ber; o t sown summer- upon of early tho Bermuda'sod fall it will in late manner as by any other process, but; ; Wliy do you alga for great rI hear y. '

contemplation of some object. which of great undying affection. .< vegetate when the season is Well advanced and "Well!," answered' the mUd-manset.d e:
to Mrs.
grief )lanIl eld. But and afford
she held. She had evidently not heard all her tears, pleadings and Mr: Mansfield at length managed pasturage daring' the winter tho"ground Is bard and frozen It becomes mans?,,"I don't value money for Ita .w.T

my 1 knock; but the noise of reproaches while the-yBermud* dormant.. take ,but I'd kind o' like be '' '
my entrance could not prevail on her husband ts to slip away congratulating himself It the vetch Is' cot too a very difficult matter get st to In apoaltlon ,
startled\ her, and: as she hastily hid relent and as time rolled upon the success with which be bad l I closely tcpastored the crop 'when wanted for nse. If a where the .' 4
on, her importunities In late
; it
something in a drawer, photograph ceased. :.. extricated himself from an unpleasant seed spring. will.produce large Crop' Is 'stored inside the'' barn playas 'of large, enterprises will **V, ;"

fell to the floor. She-.snatched It up, Having dressed himself to blssatis'_ position After all, ire, was glad of which"VI11- scattered from the drying: unless the location Is so situated as to good ''morning, 'm,. Instead ,of '.... ; '
pods amply reseeit the land. This
flung It into the drawer and clohedt faction Mr. Afansfleld left the room. '''an excuse 4o welcome' his. boy bomeagalD will repeat Itself annually, the vetcb be under'the Influence of an even tem IJvel .' ",- "blngton Star,,

but not before f bad recognized It as Suddenly bis 'checkedby perature, the handling of the roots endangers ' 1
your photograph. I pretended progress was ; affording moderate pasturago during them when the An K.. .. AU - twr
not to the sight of a But perhaps |If bo had learned what weather Is I 'I'1aIap.
wide-open door. What the winter, and early spring and Bermuda ,
dare noticed the .:n
photo extremely cold, and
preferring to tempting fiend Could have left the door, passed between his wife and causes them to
supplylng.Jull from
pave an explanation from ." pasturage sprout t/ the,
you..Mr. of Miss Ansom's future daugMe when they as temperature becomes
room so invitingly' early spring until the vetch
.Mansfield was the picture of beard tlie door alone behind him he reappearsIn high./( Here, then. 'are two:-difficulties
!open displaying, as it did. the very fall.
lielpless ,emaeement.Meg drawer would bave realized that they bad to be. avoided which are heat oDd ,
on which Mr. Mansfield had The vetch, being a legume, collects
Ausom, it must be explained, never scored on all points. cold. What the .fawner wishes' 1* to .
.even set eyes la which the and stores nitrogen and thus fertilizesthe
:war a bright and charming young lady, much discussed "Dear darting lire Mansfieldr 1 store the roots in such a manner as to
was supposed Bermuda. When first planted or
(whom Mrs. Mansfield bad recently engaged to \list cried' bliss Ansomembracing' i11 ,. Allowed keep them at ,an wren temperature.
sown not even cattle should be
as companion."I Mrs. Mansfield, had, as she well 1 Mansfield afresh "How good of yo. upon It while the soil is wet After preserve them In good condition, and
am quite at a lose to explain the to have here to be easily handledwhen wishesto
knew struck her husband's me as your compan n.
weak.potwhen the sod Is formed it be pastured
affair said Mr. Mimsfleld,Ju tones she mentioned and then to, devise this clever plot use them for feeding. Of'course. ,:it
quite unlike\ those of the Mayor curiosity. wa. regardless of the weather.4ui'l'rle.nnAiTlcultup.t. : is well known the'tlme for
of "It would be the work of a moment.. why, it .quite a drams that store
:iPlmperne. '"Possibly it was to rtTe1'1 "ingthcrops< Is In the fall but it,Is 0 at'i
given be. reflected "to>> take just one glance "In which youplayed ;your f ...0Do..1 ,- ; ,
tier by -a mutual friend." into that drawer to satisfy himself ofthe' well, my deer! replied the old >'. Saw-Hora.., 1,!never too late to repack them which\

"Then why should she make a mystery truth of Jane's 'story; : lady', patting the girl'scheek affec TJnlcss coal buriied can be done when tbe weather is' moderately
of It, and gloat over It in private With .tionately.-Baltimore World. on cold. The best plan for'* so
a cautious look round be noise "
the farm
a saw-borae such as is shown
demanded Mrs. Mansfield grimly: doing Is- to get some dry dirt, coal
lessly entered the room partially closing In cut'wUfbe
found labor-
.. My dear," said Mr. Mansfield, with .the door behind!!'him. He opened Plsraea I. ..l'Op.' a great ashes, or dry sawdust.In a bin, barrel .
saving device. It is used for
rreturn.of dignity, "I 'do not understand the A German scientist asserts thatpig sawing op box lat,two Inches of the parka
drawer boldly, and-yes, there It hoOf long- and short pieces pf wood ,
yowl! If I mistake'not IF was. :ale my races have existed in Europe. This ing material and upon this make a
was own photograph. more
and If
something she hid in the drawer whichshe It was, a. his wife had stated one conclusion, is arrived at from the -examination , -. made. fomrfcet, or long it layer of roots-and do not let tb m

'gloated' not of quite ''touch one another ,
skeletons Fill the
over photograph. of the few be bad bad taken abouttwo numerous -
"I am'not SUTV which It was." said which have been found In tbe region spaces with packing material, and 'so Bllnks."Tpat wtt'aflnlehe4Weeeil'i,

'Mrs. Mansfield-. with. strained. -calm..- Horror years! ago.Somebody, was. coming/-. of Breslau; in Silesia. Their height is .. conUnue ,until the receptacle! is fulL delivered last'night, if I do ..tit *sr* 'f
ness. considerably,below the ordinary aver By this method they can be taken out" :
A light step on the stairs and a '
Now that the first shock of amazement sweet voice hummIng the refrain of a age;being about four feet nine inches for use in any f quantity' desired, and Blank (rather 'doubtf'uly-) I'pose

.was over Mr Mansfield's pomposity song heralded the approach of )Mis which represents tbe mean figure for they will keep much better than: It it was. There wa*' a time tkM*. ,'i

'returned rapidly; Ansom herself! a whole group ,,of'skeletons. Similar stored in heaps, will not freeze ,jior though, when i began to think it never

; "Ah very possible, my dear, Miss'Anaom What was to l be.done! Couldibe allow remains have been,,found In other partsof .... heat, and will, keep until the next ,would be."-New1 York, Sand; -
,, whom I have every reason tothink her Europe not tar from the above rrglen crop comes Jin. Even potatoes' both --
to. find aim in acv
Is a younglady of'good discernment about like. curious housemaid room pryIng '?- ; thus Kollman./'of Bale,.describes DOVBZil'SAWHOBSB.: .. sweet and white may be;thus pre. Cem.l_
and sound judgment, has found II!', Alderman MansfieldMayor- of the remains of pigmies' which have can be used by two men In operating a- served. Be careful that the. packing Lady';'(engaging: a tootmah'Aze aT

something Iiumy public life which she Pimpernel! There sees:only one thing been found in Switzerland., In this.. cross-cut saw. The two cross strips at material is dry. Moisture should be you cl.rev'attabler'r

tai been good enough to admire 1>Miss to be done. ,. case the average height reached as low the close ends are but fifteen inches avoided as .much'',as' possible. 'At the James-r'Yes, mum."J t .4-

'Ansom has nad every opportunity of ," '. " as four feet six' Inches .Gutinan hasT apart, so one is able TO saw strips s present time the difficulty,. Is 'to .procure "And you "'know;/ year >irayM: a*> 'i

,Studying my worir for the,,past three '. ? ' "" .'\' .* also described the pigmy remains short as needed for any stove. This dry dirt which li1\the beat,mate- nonce T':* ..: ._, .. .r f-: .- .'

months, and''' also the general course Miss Ansom entered and closed the which were found '.In lower Alsace double sawhorse should''' be madeof rial to use, while,, wood ashes are not James--", *!!. ;..BBI,..1.-... : "'

of munlclp'aljlfe In what, I think, may door behind her )Ir. Mansfield couldbear' I near Colmar. These are still smaller"anel tough material and be braced as shown, plentiful.. Fine sawdust Is the next weight' a pow or s... (Mtt a-

be regarded as a noble borough;; What her mov-lag-a"ut the room, still l ,the height of many, of the"sped-,. In the cut. The horse from wWch'tbe best.-substance, bnt.. not equal to.dry like' to ray, to'' pa"ooa>tfw"Weekly. "" "

more natural, then, that this, young ,ringing lightly to herself. mane Is "but four,feet. The pigmies drawing was made was held together dirt. 'Piaster, In' excellent.: but' somewhat '. .. J ,t';' "

lady, seeing the portrait of a gentleman "She Is taking off ber bat and jack of Silesia appear to have been conteinporaries < with iron bars, but the 'expensive., Wheat chaff la good __ .. "
et." be thought! "In a few minutes round pole, : e..alt leJ' ........... .. 11. ... ''b",-,
slave and ,
clad In the robes and Insignia of the Romans and races such a..I. commonly used In the sols straw when cut Jn, Lalt-tacblengths : .

of the office of tbejchlef magistrate of she will leave the room. Then' I can- and to' bare existed until the year 1000 tre.would answer with .Inch-thick cen ;. ,It is do'such, work; "'DIdJohnhy'.eetertahtyeu>attlait, '",

this borough, dlsplayedln the photo g slip out unobserved." A. ,D. ,At': present, no specimen are trips at the bottom' on either side, if however, at bl.tlme! of harvesting thecrop ,I IItuls'Abaeti'w1tU.I'wuoatt'; astod ",,,'

rapher' window, and. recognizing: In Everything, no doubt", would''' have to bl! found. in Europe. It :was necessary to reduce(the cost t : /.. ..... the niece the Old man was ....... .p

that gentleman myself, should purchase happened' just us be wished bad Tiny ,' -- ,"He.dld.tery Well." was:O :\

that photograph" -Mrs. Mansflcid's''darling pu&-not Wood' Do.pM.h... 'KfTM .(r.rtUir on (.*.., ]M.res sad o..s..' l'fo.' ...'' constrained answer,' ,"He spent taalt' ;"

Mrs. Mansfield listened ,with Immovable ' followed Miss AnsQin, into the roo'm. Sir Evelyn Wood Is distinguished by The last hay crops from ,the plots .Falling'- "temperature. ;'make:{ ,*''man" of.the tiara making: promia* ts\Jpt.. .

features."A The spirit of investigation sea s'a..wllines-in -wbl h be has very few.U ., on, whIch the different rotations are ;"flee I :; . Him corns,to My,f nneral.T..11:....."'"." H

very good explanation" she com* strong In Tiny. In the course o'f 6present equals. lie gave a specimen of tall being carried out enable, the Rhode Sour akim milk i i: lore'not mate good ,?'Dear,,UUU < llqw. ..He', .. tta* ckc-

tnented "if It had been one of your explorations ._be... naturally j..dur1D&-&b ,ftp*r&11oD&foUo\Vlng the In? Island experiment' station 'to show calf feed, % . .. ;_', tQ ,"-Chlca.* lUeord-HeraULy .'

official' photographs.. But the one la sentwgnJu4ear'bed..tIe.Jmme4JateI7 | -dlan Mutiny.. He Volunteered to carry Anal.;reeults for the, season On'-the ", Heal-do.r..,etter.1t'keptInaeperatr,, j '" "_ 1 ;. .

," Miss[ Aosom's' possession, is 'Q.l e":, q* rplittingrserlplbarks o*. dlApatrfeen>> through tae enemy's roan plots having the. six-year rotation in lots ofjtwenty.fiva" enc t, T.Lase' .frtIa,

r those Ton badtaken'about two>years i it' ieillI..elpa..t( .tile' MrtwtlnWdancing try*' afitWdf.gulebd'irlmeelt as an lllneriitm -. the rder of' corn,'potatoes, rye, grass :'X.arge: 'breeds should' never. be' kept :i,;great 1'bI&able-bodied. ..

ego, before. you kwerft4 elected Mayor. About with every canine token 'rcha"fc being'..fairly familiar and fclover, and J;grass the yields of ,in''the.same socks,with small'breeds. 70U'JOq1t"tct! '.

We ordered only a few of them, I"'I' t .. td81' an.rHl'. .'rvltb f. 1J as)f1r1. .:JrtM'+ l1"it.J b7ltigkt>> 'J gras4 hare been as follows That of : stranger,f;drt RO bq"hsbmedpbd4> > ,

member and I UiountiU.we-iia ""MV"a>nfI
C' posed of them all'- The, qnet\IQUIJ-\ Joyful recognition3 Wltb' .Uent. curses {rrested and'detriln'ed" rrhres) and two-third ton per acre, tbe yotl'' 'milking' !: ; and' save: *ternSouring J :- .) .pngbt."tnawetrf..: ll elpi- "

bow did Miss Ansonart>btaln'one t,J1Y Utd7iaMlisUUsrAciscgit's expression njf':6eili lJiieUU iielu$ nr.''JlfUr1 year of rotation ,tour, and one- .,pers., ... aapgee i 'X I ; ; I. V; d-arias .M1kea.rsntnf.brrIbt11W'. ..t'

did not give'H to her?"' "*' of-anrprtsss aaaVthat-sho wa..appoacbK aeMneWrrwaerllar.d- .UI.a-. ,quarter 'ton per acre and_the"jlxth: } .Jbe. segar In t, nUk" ,.'F'trua :rltoohl4b..rie4to', ...'..ssv. >"i'

; Then I can only say, that you'mas ; tbe bed to-learn the cans of;.Tiny'sei'tement I. nigbiiiwiMit-iA8 he' pected.,4nrl year 8.8 tons per.acre." The, lerUllzer "- alactin.add..Thba' : /aseceding,, 'd' bead and tak- It'.war',....';lll.'' ;
,, .
:. be mistaken, my dear" '.ala'Mt'.'Uq.n.C "' he slowly emerged with I:a the darkness some natives crawled: >{in- applied to these plot has been at $he valuer ;-.h.t i ; uWaihlagton.. rwUig 8tr: :' '' (

fleld. wlth asperity, "On jronr/own. very red face and.,,a'iveryf' . .fflt41'appearance. der JQ d .tealth ed rate per acre of: 350'pound: nitrate' 't'flnware"fotwktepl6g f aollkba: preferable -\t M( !"'::""";::*- ft\tpM... V "
J -* hisndwailetsoWToQnd; i soda.' 450 pounds'acid "?toi'ztonqoeeartlrenwue,, : !, rand I "'V1..... a ..y f..t "
confession only ,1 ,, f i phosphate and
you, to' iDi
saw. $ /<411 :Theyldugltbe"btatsed"tbd"birrtgtltti! '"
be nothing except sundry light article of : 200 pounds muriate of potaib.l; 'Cheaper; .rt ) '
t. stank How can ;you be certain that it alarmed Miss Ansom, I ) form.of tb.Jtrn'entot' 'btlll d
t .
<, twas a photograph of my* lf?" beg," he cried seeing that the lady commerce/tie dispatches having ben< On another part 'of thr station land i 'Young'chickeos'ltbotitd'be' f ed' f6uror'flve macWn/* ... .

"If you think iny eyes deceived me looked dangerously like ,shrieking. taken by Wood from a. silt in his tur an experiment to determine the worth p times. a"day'ond\; at r! "rtterv.IL' :rr' I the n1411 of his flying v '"

perhaps'' yon will believe:your own I "Er:: ,my. "Unexpected appearance fills I ban ands* burled"underneath- ,, tbe shoe of different amounts >of' nitrogen';,ha* : ; r ; ; ', I:1': want to.. TOy.ivTntloa Myr Loss: .W.IIt=

:JThe: photo Is still In the drawer. 'MI.: you with amazement no doubt. where he slept !"Next morning he 'was been carried on for the putt ten years, .;Too;many cow" should not be kept;; boarsejyv-th tot ) ::; ;t ., / 1*

'lAnsom hashedoopportunityofr -. _:;"M ..... Mallsbld!"'she ejaculated, 'In permitted forgo, and reached: the British -, One plot has received no nitrogen dnr- comfort 4 hCiU.-a.- not'b. "'sa'crlflced, to, ; > ''.ID&&A11ftu.t..uee.e..S.rI.. .
: found what .
i out.just a11a,1tII't,
:jfnovlng It, for I sent her on an errand. toner of incredulous-Tastonlshment. .c .DlP.jnII8 !. .!-Mru nnd Women.. Jug that lapse'of'time.: The seooOO numbers,. .\ . ''.'- ,I I IWaving I *&. ,,,
. / etf)1w_
.. thnrgeon'away. )
=lIt is in the first drawer "Er-I must 6f bourse; ''and plot' b.recelTed fertilizer.which con, ,
of will
; her dressing explain, Motor Exhibit !. P.... ;:A; e _with; a long'podlgree not.tinned to''hricrtoi the {1t+ ''i'f .

table, if you wish' to. satisfy ;your'curiosity humbly''apoJo"lze' for my despicably( An cxhlbltloA of 'alcohol motors talned the equivalent of twenty-one fill,your:''pocket book:,, unlesssh -'1*- m'produce -'' caf Trtbnnevo tcgorteesry! .'
( : conduct! '< pounds of nitrogen acre. The third ,, 'Ikr
per .
,. *. I i -- ', .
appliances. .
". Mrs. Mansfield do you think that His worship then 'proceeded, with be lamps opened and at other LimaFern.., will It la soon be%: plot has received fertilizer: which contained ..'.'When hensacaulre tt! ,, ; | ,'f '......... .....- "

; 2 am going to steal into 'a lady's" roomnd abrupt and jerky sentences,! quite devoid nitrogen at the rate"of'sli'thr'ee habit be f 'Necessity/* remarked the Quij(1w, fl
they nhonid sent to
laved that such machinery and appliances market ,
r pry into her private affairs cried df"thelr' 'lower7 trimmings, to pounds' per'acre.. This 1* the I the"chronic 'quotation, : theN .
at blblth'
will\ meet with In' once. .
success i / 1Jloostsffor 1- :: ;
this land haa been ; '
year In '
{, ;;the Magistrate, rising. "Ton forget explain his presence In her room. grass ? mother 6t In.etUoI1.? "" ,-W
those- of the country where alcohol 'be
parts ? .
'poultry ahonUL. all
)' yourself, madam Greatly to bile relief,'she did not I look obtained' cheap'rate.. and the yields.a* ..hown'b7 this year'scrops I'There's' 'o where< yoaT' , tt otf a:'Ia.
be a a.level "
placed that
can quite'remarkable. on so their can beno
Mr..Mansfield Went upstairs in very angry when be bad finished. are .. .
high '" I wheel, uld tbe.contrary.,t perso'Jventlori .T1 4"ia.J
is talrlT'largo.'output in '
a preferred' position.- "I"II
dudgeon! to, She said 'That from the plot which has, received ]' '
make some alteration Inbis nothing ;at first but -
. openIng U.tba:; parent,of necessity.,., : .
of alcohol as byproduct of tbe '
", dress preparatory to going out the fatal drawer, produced somewhere the alcohol sugar no nitrogen durlDJ!: the ten year I 'Feed,)the,1ylobe44at.,, : ; day break':II,i I -"How do you flgurs that ont?".,

He :was forced to acknowledge hlm-I from 1U depths two more industry.; The cost of en wa 1.1 ton per sere :: That from ;the I and sundown, and keep tem' working, : i ::"Wen.-take the .teIe hone..for .....- 'it: ]
the'eat.tea'.I. about cents
: self quite at a loss to account for that I photograph which she put Into his twenty pet .'plot receiving the one-third ration, or I, the eDttrtL Ism..between.: J 1 I pi*: ",Thet'ewatnontQsslty'foe'ittet11 ; .

.;-. photo being in Mils Ansom's possession bands saying:' gallon. The. Peruvian government.alsopropose ;'twenty-one pounds ,nitrogen,"gave 1.7' 'Drain'tbe-soil''' of the orchard so tho after It'..*''I1nYented.'?.l.C, 1CII.. :;k .

'' : ,. which admission 'was ratbrr' extraordinary "You see, I baTe photographs of to apply Congress tortheS' per acre, which the:'third, which bad root will,, go down deep' and thus New*. ',*pI + '
dues tn al
&+ on his parthe'tirlded other members of the family\ as well." ablItton'and'reductlon 'of received the foil ration or 'slxtythrenpounds' wardoff, the.effect 'of drouth. J I II .d' ." -, a.U I "
Intended to be used as fuel ..
? himself on his )keen In- ''Mr. Mansfield 'gazed at them Inastonishment. CQb .... ... v '' nitrogen per acre &:'I've. yield Trees ''sbonld ,be- trimmed when :J&aak S.eNy.;, ? 'I.'i
W IgBf his strict Impartiality .' --- 'of 8.75 tons per acre: Much the same ( _"So toe' engagemenf*\ ro::
'and his They were"pictures. of ', Spao ..l S..I..... young in i such 'a manner, that mort1pruning'will ,"

,'\, ;, firmness dlscnarglng his magisterialduties. his wife"and 8on.- ,,N - A* Bostou,,man,, has..two 'adveriaUosota : results are being' obtained by men ,; not be required,later.. ,I off?" """

But an exhibition -of th die"Noy. who',gave .-1011'" these.,' Mlis just.alike.'rnanins almultace'onsly ,:throughout the State who'are: top"dressing -, 1 j'I .She-"Yea. 'ILRieold'bnghe,
Many starved to'
an *
qualitieS was not confined to the bench; AnlIOm f", "_ ; \ in, tbe same newspaper--n, ;their grass lauds with nitrogen Crowing, tree mast be fed just death thtsame' 'she should:,stop ;readJJac... ._.

! :.Of. the latter he'' had made'' a' lavish more IlDetaU7"tbaatormep'iy; .; read. ;something more .au
"Jack '
; !th tried and the
one;jadvcrUiement results
'' 'I ; ,, .. ,as .p.r, .btbercrop or'plant u-wmethtng
display In his borne, as Mrs Mansfield -. I lowered .eyelids and a pretty' flush1 were'so''good' "that, ho "insertedanother. wars ss the D.rn''r fed. 1 that:,.wouldimprove' .1 ,ft

, found to'her cat I I't' on bet face. . rr. t' '' *' f S he considers I .1'I: .s-"Wellr.: r
: < What 'cttrtot'sIs
| one has a pump located. In.or For' ..ettInJt'ut' lu'aitry,, tbi
near soil l .
' twelve mouths She- "Well Uie "BMUI .
.It-was only; ago that i ".Jack I" he crle4MABonr"Yes ! that, after a time thetwo: ."ads.' barn Idea,6f.:>' ,
there of '
is. course no difficulty plants ,,should' be' well"1'ooto4 '
,mating to his''fiancee 'that ,
bis unbending driven .
.wUl"had their
t# .. ,, she 'whispered.* brought in more than twice t1:. bust!- In all the mist'''
obtaining water needed' stocky depend bw
on Ita
: only son, ;Jack, to South Africa. "But :don't";understand! I 'was: nets credited toW ttrst "" all ti'lt Improved In any: wayTrl'JhUrrt . (
1i I-fI;, I : , (<,; ? for, purposes In ,the barns. Its bow .1.I, .sVI : {>'f I ;t.', ,

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. kUN. -&UN-OYERTOCAL' ITEMS. ,' ii too J6nr late at. Dana's.Notice """ ""'" """' .. ....., ....

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::-- "I of Annual Iee ing.

IMBee lu rvaL..Y.IIID.Y'. Valley ttmtette Building Iuckskln'Shoes,:at Dana's. The: menualmeeting of ihe etonklwldsre(; .'nf CHAS.THE W. D.AN.N. rd
the Vlot .Land COIDpaof of Florida will lIu
KIe/IMMSEoeosoLAOOCNr1rFLA. bo Bolls Fancy Matting ,at Graves belli. at th.01110. tho Company; lu Klaalml .
I I ', & Grave.', .ne., Florida at 11 o'clock.-n m., on Tu s 4 J. K.. Fotrjro,' the 12th day of January lw>4 rut thu rloulloii of }
.w* a. .HARRIS,. I r'a..* -AtHclnds of Toyfor the children director and for Club other Itusluus ,os'may SHOE MAN
at Stanford's.For. corns before the raeouui.Kisslmmee : .
r--.. Flay Dec :24tu. Ivnst.
B. POUND,.. ;-.. Editor.. _- i choice whiskies}forth holidaysgo O, W. WARD, .

Catered at the Pomoffloe Kisslmmee, Fla.. to Bearden's' Secretary.NoticeofAnin : "

a*aeoAnd-elaa mal matter. I SO.OOOLoaded.Shells at Walton's.. *it Meeting. "Pll 'ds

flabsorthewill' ''please; notify the. office If AU Ares and loads. ', KoUoe (10 hereby siren that the regular sn- 1 OfferingolNew: : Gd

Muiy fall 10 get the paper reirukarly.U . *: AttLrndyPEA: 'VansAgrnew-- visited I noel mooiins of the stoakh<>l>l .n In Sirs l.llit- : ..
-* communication .xcut Irma our authorlied svy. Lewis A Cattle Vuml.llnt will "
correspondents jnuii !>e aliened by tbWriter. Orlando Wednesday. b"hull at the ofllce of the COOlp. ...10"<.
V Vi V m...City! Florida, on the 1-th:! day of Jiuiuarr '
'. is the holidays A, U, at the hour of !. ,' .
Rejected matur will 'nol be returned unles J. Sylvester spending p. m '
with'UU family, here U.A.t.IOIIf"E\, J' : fI2"G (
Th.edimelsDotnapondblsforoplutoUOZ ,. .. V
{ >, .. ; : ., Bjterelarr, "-'' "- BOYS' CLOTHING. '\J ) 3'w
V Pr .dbyoOrreapoudeutad Ed Donegan arrived here Wednesday e. cIJ
.Ad vjrUsncraM *may be had on application Order For Publication := : 0i
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I< ,. to speed the hoUda) Nothing conduces to a ej -= !"'" ..lf

.' f O' \ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mrs Ike Lanler left forMlaml Wednesday In the.Circuit'Court'Beventn ,Judicial. Circuit, ', toys' appearance, and '.to. G't'

ti ff copyonyear ....... ,.,,, ..J.,..1.00 ; to spend the holidays. ,?.coolscount! ,, Floridaru Cbauoury. i .. ..= ,
,', (. One copy, six mouth. ...,..r..." .. .. M Z..Aon Lvsvy -),- j. his self. espect' a.nd..thro' := := CJt ( ... :). .
,Voe oopy,>> :, three; months,,,..,.. .!T...-... .rA J. J."Houston Park"tllotel of Green Pond, Fla., john vJ. J Divorce. } these to the mouldmaot w f. ;:: Q r ,. "
Thsier Leavy. I y .
.. I was at the Sunday.E. : ti ...
; r.", It by amdavlt.ppenda4 to tlw 1 c1; the character ofthe, futnra B GI
Friday,, December: 25; 1603,' R. Bronson this-week: sold his hill af.JIHU'lnc f (
above tai 4 canso that Johu i, man than lo keep him peat ,-wd b g b
> stock 200 headrto Ike Bronson. Thayer Le.",,the detendautth.reif ne.ny. lea T :3.C ", ..
nnn-r ildcnt ol the of fin Ida, aud Is d seed. His 'clothint
I' _.. 8tat a ly re W c'ca.
Will Dale came Mp from Braldantowa resident' tif the.f tato of Now YOrk over the MK ;/'U, 'HON.: MINOI S'. JUNES. ' yd -
'< that the said non-resident. Uelcndau and he } neat and In the prevailing\ ; w. u oTi; '
The honorable' )
whose i
gentleman Il
.l ; :
days. ,'. Is hereby required sp|>u.r to the 11111 of Complaint =
,7 name leads this article will boa caodidate died In satdaas oil or .before Mon.liy l J lyles. We have a "nice r! + 8.- .2 1
., Mrs.. Ansle Sever went. to New Smyr the Istdsyof February A D IUOI, Mhurwlso theaile.etion.uf I
[,' , tor re-appointment In 1900 to Jl 1in.of, these goods 'andwould 'C 'CS Id
'vl liI said bill ,
na Wednesday for a holiday to ulll be taken aa ounfeosed I.
to the position he now holds and .0 D -.
) her by paid Ikfeudant Jike you to see ,fiera.While" : o.s S
. satisfactorily fills, says the Sanford son, It Is further ordered that this order bo pnh / ,
.Chronicle.' 'recentlymnvcwl llshed one a week for five consecutive wei-k ; they last -5l.CO t'e ee d)
J i Mr.. Dill H. 'Jamehat I G)" i.\
;c Them will ha no' other-- candidate. fmAlnlnA.- ---...._-.. -Tnd--... to-- OaRidge -- In n .the.lot Valley n......."Oasett...A ......a.._newspa mr pubilshcdI. I I Y f values only 76c; $Zj0) F. j; = aI ,
, "l The legal fraternity; In a majority Va. --Tiili Und of l>oo u ml.;T I 1u6A.JNO. I ... ... value only $2.98. 41 :; ; ,..'" ( )'

.{:' ''of the'counties. composing' his district! L U. S:'Pike, of Narcoo ee." Is expect- .r fiBAL Olerk. N..(I.KK MniiitCnnrt.Bf y s :+ t. 1::: ) : t
approval .. i.
( have filed with him, their ... 0.41
fx\ lag his brother here from England In IL JULUK'fc'', . - U
;,It> of the administration of 1111\ nfHce and short time. Deputy Civrk.' SHOESfor '; i K !t10. Id ,
their pledges) of futuro faithful friend- a i t K TAYIXJR.dolli I cS: :z- -c. ... ",
3 Bhjp. Mia Cecil Mosley,', who .,has been 'liar (or Cbmplalnaut. I :.'
1 ...... everybody -= ,Q
attending the summer In New York, Is : ,
The people, as well as the en.
i, ,/done him; they love honor bari and re- at home again. Notice of Incorporation. lii from the tiniest 1 As i1 : a g o'O' !E

Bpaot. him, and In his acquiescence to Miss gillie Farnsworth, who has ST.TI. of F'.olUnA ( I to the largest. Q I. U.:= ..

(become candidate he merely meets. been teaching at. Sanford Is at homeor ('Ol'NTY era let K6l.A, I I "Dorothy Dodd" w :

.i i ;"the unanimous demands of every class the holidays.Mrs. Nonce In hereby ,lvvn that till lao 12lh Any; _.. .. .
.'. .. [ of January" A. I). lull, an mipllimlioii win l>u i 1s "our specialty -
of citizens. WE SELL
I male 'lo tlio (l o v..rDo. of the Hutiu of Florldu I : HATS, I
In ladies shoe -
IMt should be directed that the ''Ju- F. W.-UlHf of .Na 'coolee. for Letters i'ient,upon| the following Arllulcir' a I '
<,:' ;dietary should come under the IB.w. of i expecting. her brother. from. Englandto ; of lucorM>raUuii: .. 'j j Our :niiwin' ALSO. j .,

:the primary understand. that.Judge Visit her soon.Benj. .-- AKTICI.Ha OF INCORPORATION. .- ler line will be I. I .

,Jones I will be only too glad to submitto H.- of Tamps, Is ..Theitndenigueddo. huretiy futfioutiila lIen to ] . ,. No big stock of theip\ but ,I

the directions, In that respect.of the. spending the holidays here with his by litun vtrliie loKullu-r! o.f the body gfnernl. roriiorntu.I .rl.orAUllu| filer laws and j sure Price $ .please. a well selected -Jine of'thd

:State executive committee. mother and sister. of tho late of FlorMit. nv iuUiliukO,, .. most serviceably shapes,
Hit address, for the next six years In the KevlBi'-r Hlnluli-K' f>f mid Mut J '. pair and, th l'e's : I i
4 L. Deason of!' mid lie mil of the Ix-nt.ltiluro miicii will be HOD.-Mhlofl..8..zooe.: ; The family of John 1, we.
Judge of ... none better. '- .
Iho. f. atul mipiilvifieiilnry (hereto
tbe seventh judicial circuit of the State. 3t. Cloud wont. to Newberry' on, a visIt and adathu/ following artlcUi i>( Invurimration. We also )have: a- I : could, find for the-Tn&ney: I I (I ;f
Wednesday night.. f ,t &
;-, oj,Florida.> we ask for,them. We in- a
"t Superintendent :SIHlntoo returned. V ARTICLK [. nice line 1 i of .,.. I your : i,
vita 1 inspection of our
< : visit. Tho of 4ldoorpontinn shall, IHI tin goods j i .
; :* "A Two-JMy Thread. Wednesday evening from.a. to name | cheaper --- .
.' : KlHKIMlICK Fl.H. ICIt A.NO !ST KA<.K COMPANY. ,I stocK aniT wlir "a lmrc1at.
d" The-a-bore-eaptlon Is the title1 of a the. school at Whittier. with It* rliclpal office and plain of lni1neiti in all stylos. r .

'u'4lttle' storiette. written by -'Minnie Mrs. W. J. Co wart, of Tampa, Is lit thu town of KlMlmmeo ( stool.. 4l."ulf.VIOrld"l ; I. your patronage. Drop into .,- I t'I. v

___ ;Moore Wilson" In which the. scenery here on a visit to" her parents. Mr. ."d with cluewher such branch by the mittens hoard a of dlrwlomof may' bi ....... .. .:......:"-::--- 1 see us when in town. """"" ... .

ii*aad quaint customs of the. .natives of and'Mrs. W. M. Keene. ald cnriHiratlon, ; by .....h nmnn oholl run . I
Nassau and the Bahama Islands are and b 4 .1I..d. pleat and bu plvadtf., nnu a o L. E. Barbeau is on his way here and rhanve the iwiiitt at pleasuru.ARTICLE . .-- I
: Shoes of
,, harmlngly portrayed. This story has Come to us for any kind. :
from New York and will probably arrive 2.
been published In the. form of a neat '
to-night. (Thursday)) The n.tnreof the |busluee| to l-n ranmtptvdby )
which should
Jlttle booklet, prove exWemely -
Nail rorporatlon Khali bo lo niai>itfnrtim'i
,fl.! popular," as so little Is known L. O.: Brunt. and Mrs. Most., of Au- i If*eaudanyother commodity: : or boanmodlti"I *
at the Bahamas, though In such close burndale, are here on -visit tol the an may at any lima bo ntfruco HIKIII bv a initjorlty 1
.. .
proximity. to our coast. The book: is family of Mr. Simmons. of the meeting stockholder ipoclnlly. at t nngnlur. .1'or meet1InKoranv Unitpnrpoaa. See our 50 CounterBargainsOUR .
Interspersed with fine ba.f-tone en- ., i.
.,gi'avingsq 1 principal places of inWlast'of There will be Christmas. trees at. conduct t a rah and oy.:pr bnilnewi, to o nand
Nassau and vlclDl. he. Methodist. ., Presbyterian and Baptist oiwraUf WMtela fur either frvlfrht or pun
) ; ,
. churches tonight. (Thursday). sengerervlceorboth. along tilt .htaltnuue|
The following of Mrs.Il.oa's : .
description and ColoonahaU-hee. .. Hirer, from "tho town of : _ ___. -;.. ._ _. _::7"7 '":._= .- .
book: by 11r., Stephen 0.ow C. W. Ward Is showing a commendable Kl..lmrao., > .-. |* (',,""1), Flnrlda.' to thetownofKort :

,; of New York ,will give, some the Wren, lee fountr of Florida. '"
having -- '
by golf
public spirit ..
and intermediate >OIU( -
] . ,. . ,
of its merit -- -- -- ---- -- --- -- --- --- -
> k : r ground cleaned up at bis own expense. To own, mating" and ooudurt a cold Storage '
:."If ;you cannot go to Bee "Old N..s- for the purpose 01 ourlUK meiiu, fish and .pone I aOuR
..w'?yourself; !the-next. best thing is .: Mrs. W. B. ntjfdon and children Inv ol all for kliidn the..for tn.Vault. ,or for a otheri and vnaix* 1y. E, ANA: SEE 1

p.JO obtain. oop, of .Mrs. Wilson's of Gainesville, arrived here Wednes- To buy anil cell beef and .U..'k rultli', lu>in
_ ,**.' day on a relatives. and friends and meata of all kind. own and maliitalu PHHturen NEW LINE OF FALLGoodS
for the of lK. and clunkcattle . :.. r.: !:.:<:.
( 'It will. In the first page, O Reader, Mrs. S. J. Cannon of Port Tampa for 11.and ainK oilier hoK :"L.
'tlt.loU out of your present. surround City, arrived here Wednesday on a And loeiiKims In general merrantlle beatflea. r1 y
thEe and transport you via the Land visit to her brother, D. W. Presoott.. .. and trade without renriotlnin on any orall
{:'O/Fancy,'to a spot which seems tot artlulea Ito. own production, or owned ny Dry Clothing i I IIi
..sllae all' that poets have ever There'was a Christmas. .tree at the chat It, and or trading furthermore buvlnena toeug.geht not herein any 1I1."lIll'd.ooinrat- : .Y ,

of Arcadia-the far-famed hrlsti&n church Wednesday night provided that aanie shall be authorized by thoalorkholdtirt K1
HS'Bahamas, set lIke' pearls and many little hearts were made glad at any regular meeting,.or any ,

i silver sea. 'Will Mosley Henry Is.- Overstrebt. meeting apeotal called. for that. purpono.AUTICIJMJ. NOHbNS.

"There Is a delicious love-tale, too, and Will Kuigbt. went. to the sand The capital alack of sell c.wnretloai) ." shall lxtweutyltva AND

h winds lu meshes from cover, to1ft' illls on a hunting expedition Wed ngs- thousand dollar W>,(tn 011)) divided Ii J. :J
ending as deliciously as it be- day. <,* Into two hundred and flfty (250).hatu.I( ) "I ,
t :end signifying once more the : the par. value- of one. hundred. loilprn (ilK'') --rirTiA r -1!1T
slty. of heart that exists under the The merchants'of Klssimmee( are en- each.Uubucrlptlon to the capital clock of said" corporation ...
toying an excellent. holiday trade, .
i and.Stripes and the Union Jack. shall bapaltflncurreucy of the United tm \
Wilson's) touch Is so deft andWasoee al a result of Judicious advertising! in Btalea: prerl led however that the Want of I : ,
this director la hereby authorized to swept In ,
', is left. 'longing/ for paper; pAyrmentof
aubMirlptloua to the capital amok of
'wtth toe last page turned.V Dr.. 'Howard A. Keely will. 11.lke.a.! laid aid imrporiUon board. inch, at real a valuation and personal to be.tiront-rty.Died: by Formula tells the story : T '

a tine to tne young people 01 KI81lm. labor and t
Merry, 'Christmas to all our eervlotm as may be nerfeiary and
IN4 and mae pt. the Baptist. church .Monday useful in the business of said corporation.The '
readers.and New
a Happy night at 6 o'clock. stock of acid corporation" shall W subscribed . '
r to,all.- Again the merry season for, sad be paid lu aa called ,for by lh< Grove's Chronic Chill CureNot ,
Upon us, and this is the. day of all .Harry Vanfleck is treating bis board of director

i days-of the year when business friends to delicious candy and popcorn ARTICLE... '- '
yes i and sordid thoughts should be balls of his own make.. Harry Said oorporatlon shall hare the power to an a patent medicine t f. thin spM-haou B uM. of a pl.aseat bitter tests, seeds of

t 1 from the mind, to dwell up- s generous to a fault. or quire mortgage. and own the real lama estate,.and may lean, sell Flald Extract,, PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK .

significance to mankind, to Pfann & Singletary. have sold the ARTICLE 6. ',
: over 'again' the lessons of the Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT .Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
? The term lor which this
of their' lumber corporation shall
ast- -at Campbell'There cr-
tot. and Him to whose make birth, or renew it commemo if ever were 200,000 feet, making: a sold tat, shall ninety-nine years.ARTICLR ... Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA 1.

i beforev pledges to glorify4Him train of sixteen cars 881:. 1.-Tke. business of acid corporation It Cures the,, Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. "
to carry, so"tai, as we can, the Engineer Gregory was taken serlmsly shall be ooudnetedby board of director,
i of that angelic chorus that ill and which shall consist of not less than three (U)
Tuesday night, Engineer nor more than even (7) ml'm ben, and slock' TR Best General Tonic. No Core No Pay. Price. 5Oc.
1a/ advent into the world C.A. Hackney came down from Sanford holders of said .....". .raUoD. and the said 1'r ard ,
ie*;.earth,' good will toward Wednesday to take the run. shall elect from their number a President,Mooretary '.
,Trvasurer and Oeqera' Manager, who i
every person. men would -- -" .
1 Rut sentiment eirIf what Dr. Howard: A; Keely chief surgeon : shall appoint Inch subordinate officers and --- -- ,'!It
Menu aa they may' necessary'for conduetlog 1" :J
of the Johns Baltimore T
Hopkins hospital :
different> word) it would be.i the business of :f.r. ... And said
i o o oteatlous. II expected here to-Dla'bt to IrOon board directors..shall have the power and liD'tbo.lI To Cure a Cold in One a
campingexpedttieon. with Days
own, nor1 would pain and a 3 M. to manage and conduct all the businessof
sorrow aald of .
Wlllson jr.: and J. E. Mosley.The'buildings corporation every kind and charac
bntosthe other hand tb* broth- ter, to nuke eon tracts, borrow and loan mon-

1 of man would be so firmly es> on Broadway' ooo." debtednees.make and. Issue execute bonds note at or time evidences of In- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. t 'H' on every \
soy to ,
Wd ythis old world would be pled by the City Bakery aDd, Po.t- amount and la snob denominations aa l'lh.l.:: '
a plaeoaeoond only to heaven tffioe are for sale at a 'bargain.?.This judgment the necessities of the corporation s.w.MllllMkaa> ow..U3 lsoathfa. This tignature, v. /J'a7/t- ) CSC. I':

la any event let?us endeavor 'i. one of the best. business locations may require,and to execute, when necessary, .
any deed of mortgage, or any deed or deeds of .
5'jjurOepeiidanee, rive Clsslmmee, and one of the best rent- _
trust,or ri'Ir pa the franchise.tod any and _1 _
for tits blessings we. enjoy log properties and always rented. 'Apply all rash add personal said --,- '
vor to make those around &0" M. TILLKR: pro'"l0blKh purpose of performing or cor ful I I . I . ..... .. ---
filling thseontncta, ob {gallons or liabilities F : Georgia Sonthernl Florida
and brighter by a proper ". AIr"for Owner. of every kind and nature of said corporation. i ;;; i i
onoO of.the occasion;, for only The central 8no. i-The annual meeting of the stockhol Semi Tropical Nurseries.Orlando Tr '
Nt wayjsan we and hon, telephone exchange will der of ..corporation shall be bald in the S .WAY
truthfully be closed on Christmas Day from 11 city of [ ... t
ireeobo the ,, 'Peace on rrIhraiMoondayhainlyofeachyear. : .UWANIH niVBR rtpUTal.**
U: m. to 3 p. m., In order to allow the Tuesday & -
rood will to
men. perators to enjoy their turkey without Tuesday. The after Srst the annual I. meeting to be held 111048ro. on f lorida.. : /CIIXDOLE8 imCT JUNK 28., 0t.Dixie .

'the following: extfact any hello" business Interfering with (.-Until the spas:nualmeet g and ; .
from .the repeat until their successors are elected and qnatified1' If jou int nd.plantin.r any Fruit Trees this fall send me list : '

W wvlll 8.
Jacksonville.. ..
Bumerlln Jacob BomeiUn and 0... N. i ; and all kinds of Stock 7Mpm i4S
who will Bannd- Nursery .
r, speak M the Opera at the W. C. T. U. to Dr. Jno.Ennls ers,aa a board of directors and Deader W. Ar V.Idoeta.-)1 0P" 11 00 a m- +
i CM Jaw 6. "HI* remarks were E. for a nice lot of literature Bumertln as President. Treasurer and Genera o ,ArTlfton.. .......... U Mam 1:1l8p.:
applauded. There was for the Rest Room and the thanks of Manager,and Jacob Bnmmenin a* Secretary. : : .0X803 W. R. SPEIR.J ArOordele SAia'T I ......,..... 14&am 'I 8pI .

r in his discourse and the the Audubon society for some handsome ARTICLE: 7. ArAmerlcus......... TMsm OS
? skewed himself a master of pictured' 'e 1 Tb* highest amount of Indebtedness or I la 4++++++ +1!++1-+++++ + +a. . ColumbusT.....,.. 12 26 P ID 6 JII P p Ia mAt .. +
[ 01 exciting laughter by his 11ADSM I/' Mllseseswbtrhsaid tim.eubaetllsalfshall corporation can at any .' ---- .1: "OD O"'..7.. :,. ..... .. Mpm

and Immediately, by a Berta C,...' He4dqM dollars be twentjr-Ave- tUousand M. WILLSON JR. 0.6..... .
>rtr*, _' (125,000,00) j J , ArMsoon .. .... 140am'' 41. Opm,._ .
i I I of manner and an apt comment, ARTICLE: Oeorat.BB' -
mlg amusement into Indignation headquarters Santa Claus has the established store of H. his C. The nam_ and.residences of the persons subscribing S S NOTARY PUBLIC... ) J. W.. THOMPSON, I Ar Aarusta o. op,a,,.,....... .... .r..'.,. /rdpm t.'

i wrongs portrayed." Stanford, and', has opened' up and the lo the capital shock of said corporation, ,l, STATE AT LARGE. \ Ar.AtlantaArColambus.... ..., .... 725am 766psa. '
I the largest stock of Xmas goods ever are aa follows: shares_ aubaerlbedby_ each( Real Estate Agent. Funeral Director and EmBalmer ..,. ., ... 7 on" a m ...._, 1
Ar .
member, encored and I>e.ter W. Bummorlln narlow, fllrmlni-ham 1290pmB04pm ... .. .
Fla 25 "
to Kisslmmee.
was brought bares,
Toys of ev- Jacob > KISSZMMEE.FLQRIDA.. ArMcmphT* .... ... .......... Jjl?
V Bummerlln. Kisslmmee, Fla, ft .h.....
several recalls.
The Dolls In ,.
Qlar- cry description, endless L
va- Geo.N. Saunders, 34arlena
very strong1, each member,,bs-, ''rlo&.y.. Toilet Sets, Shaving .Sets, In witness whereof we 'b.". hereunto Ar .. ..A.,. VtlaiulOOom t ( 4*p-m.
set Cbattanoofa.! .
est.,., The voices blend per- hooking Sets China and Glassware, our hands and seals this I the vth day of Decem : : : Fist.J NsshTlllt......... !WI pm.,I
r* Miss Monaghao has In: fact presents to suit any and every her,A. D. MM. _' ILL. Car,. a,B v
Call and I> ma W. .UMMa t$ ISeal). ArSt.Louia..n. ... 7 OH' \ c
exceptional range: among body make your II miriMlfflfl, FRENCH FDULEuwom am : >
? selection JAOOS8UHMISLIM. (Meal. ... _
notes.' 'Miss Mackenzie is I Ik I. US ArCbleaifO ....,.. 1106 a. .. f
i1lO1UI..N.eavsDsuIBeaq| ]., I PILLS.nil L. *. B. a,
k versatile genius of the quar- J Notice;, of 'Applicatiol to Sell .r ArLoutevile:.. ,,.... sIloau1'-rT32a5psee. ,
",i ha* a splendid second alto I Personal BVATS or)Toms.r .+ A arc 0r": \) ArCinclnuati........ 720am ,.01 P la'
ssider of, marked ability, | Property.,, signed CounTTorOccoi.A.I: Before me tbannder- K..l !....u..t\ll. a ai Slf a HH.>ri -=aay.rwa.MM.' ArcVc.V---' '
authority personally e Noiloe la .... __ Tt .lh1D.
art of facial expression herebjr riven will, o* the 4th Bnmmerlin. Jacob Bummorlin and Oeo. jrSljMwto trW UM w..1, WM1MUNITIO .
day of January A. it. 1904.ppl, lo the County ..Dad...,each to me well knows to be the N. ea,.n..wL 5..pIr;":;J- Bond trains from ,Jacksonville to W.oo : '
.4'8he recited beanti-' por- M'.la..a r r I el
Judge of Oaeeola Florida, ralusfrom ..,
Cuntj. for an order -a named la end who signed the Pa'atka atValdatawIt ,.
t 'from"Ben Hur." and to eell at prt_' certain stocks of articles Incorporation and resprctlvely!foregoing BKoieai eo.,sa T*;ianavsii. BH. rains roInK north from JaoksonTllle., y
entitled'"Bill Smith" _I. marked and branded a* follow: Marked >ed before.. that they lube ribld sonowied LLocal signers on Dixie rirer train for Mae. a
.ndenlop*In one ear, bolt andemlok lo the.ether the same for the the> la bon. .lemalnliiir depot until 7:80 .. m.. -
purpose czpreiuwd Sold la Ktaelvmee by tke Oeceola fr.F
Drag *
town' 'tii* house.-Dublin ,
branded LA half .
diamond above* also and Incorporator of the Klsr-lmmee Fish Pullman Buffet from Jackson
.< At the Auditorium j jllsI marked overslope nderbil In one ear crop Ice. and Storat Company. .. r, Title to 31. Ixmli via :above: route wlthenihanc :'
nderntok In the other branded Kz.haU diamond Paxrsa Wj SifvHsauH '. *ol ears An Dixie flyer tralDI also Pull. V
above; said slocks of cattle betoff the JAOOS SCHMIXUH, '.. reoxisox. man's flneii slespsrs on same train to Chlcaxxi.
prooerty:of uora Franel Acre, Rnby Balelle \OBOBOS N Sionots. e ... .Ic.- .. without chance A.
> DollsUl In 'endai Aerear Steven Albert Acne Martha RoM Sworn S..o.r. For schedulr southbound and other Info, t
Stanford'. Aeree and Margaret Cell terse, minor ebUdrea. to and inbeorlbed before Sao this lib ALt:CALLS IKiWlBIO.Reeldeae 'nation address .
tit 93.'KISSIMMXB.rLA -
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i pow Finder reward: . can. ..... NTryY'n' PlatrletPMsencer\ "(*."5O1 W.Jar lib
Vataral.Guardian of Bald Minor. [ ] State .t Offlca ...... 4-T1N Alsgs. Or'. aoxaonTlU ....'
M ebb offlos. Bee. xis, lIU., espbesrsbtotmim.Lan". *, eommisslua :' < I I O. B. SRODKS to.wralrsu.tiger .
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imciee Valieu 1aZ8t.; "o.rirf.a'; D DO", Flruerackers, ay'Da m'e. ,lt( .*ta> atall',, .J .

Pay yoyr\ subscription, Full! l Hne.of truns" nt W+iteot"a. t'ha.' 'llt ed up'a lunch >counterimy. ; 31L"JI ?: '" .

.LBPHON.II NOt 11. i Wade;, the tuner/Orlando.: .e Capt. Gilbert"and. -Engineer Mink s I .saloon anJ am, prepared to sere e!ilf' PARK ; : ; 'W;:: &.; V eeler!:, .

*KED JKYERt KKIDAY, .Six" new:wagonsWtsoi'a' took Dr., and Mrs. Buck down '.th ey, lunches" on" short notice at ,all buslnes.I ,J, 111.' CUDf' r- 'jCONTtt&fv* ,
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river Monday on the steamer Poll In barn, ,
BY *r ; bowraOysters any afyleR;;, ,
Prqenil for all: AVaUon's.- U bunt and flkh.. be : ,,PROPRIETOR.Rotes ., : .Al4D.MIIt.BsUt.:, wt
( LING A HARRIS.. > "They vwlll,, gop 1 s&nilwitches, bain and eggs/ , hot cuff 4d I :: ... '
--.-.. Big lot SyruQc'ans 04 W.t. on'.. two weeks., etc., 'served at, reasonable prices.L. :: : $1 i Per' Day 1,1'KjssiiTimee JlrNnuL. "' .

U"CH 1..OTOfty,. < Aloe line clocks'.Dana's; the Shoe, When In-need oi any kind-of haulIng '"Unole Dad;!' -will be iD :: ; j i ." "

Oeeaoa-Pn- .phlig Mb Sab. Mauj. . or dray Ing call on Time.. Bass 01 r charge to see that our customers are j! Specal..arrangemehte'( by Modem. CollonaliwsJvArtU! : ,
J. C. Griffin.
sad I Iuir-Ujr.d r-.'poroIa*ln. at 7 p. m. Itabbac.h city* n.Monday./ Conoly, *of Oviedo." ,.was liOw Oeo. Saunders.put up a red:)light"ai( ,, .patronage'In.. this line. : . >: room and t,furnished: wh.; .. ,epeo_ .r'Fhr:'- : ..,.T., '' G1

J.. V. tist.t.Taatot: the end of the'dock Tuesday, for the /T., Rl4Al : '1"1 nuTLER. : ". SAf.lSfCtlON.I GUtlettl ED'( ..
the : '
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'QO..Mr. aid Mrs. Lee .' '. :J bestthe markese.fforde- '!; .
CetladB-Oit Prttm ".1'miU' ) D- . spent' last oonvenlenoe of boatmeu. ;;h1. was a v" i .- '

.'rl*..'rv. tnovtluR SnndurM'*.110. m.n. and m. 7 BVnd p. m.yi Friday (Tampa.. thoughtful and generous "act on the : camp ot-'Woodmen of,the>World :................-........i ... ,","" ", i a
i .. m. Pr...r meeting 'T.ry bun- :L LW. J'obn.ol Lakeland here paw. of Mit. thunder. >MJ was organized here 'this week with. Ir ...._ ., _, J, _, .
Visitors always wo oom.. Ji's' was charter, membership .of. twenty-two ' '
Tuesday on business.W. A good Investment.Lots on el al : :rl
rt.mrat C."I'R.-ba: road, too eaeh.-.J M. W .
.tor. l'.FVI'. .U on the arpond Ban- . B. Maklnson made a 'bushiest lllsotx Jr.' for the ensuing year Chas. W, Dann, 1
month Mrrnlnf astute M trip to 'Messrs'McCrac1 and tiniith who council commander- Lane Baulk: Krenloit a.rrla ..( taw o'clock.' $ Jackson f iltethis weelc. C.o.c"-DI'rlne woratilpon 'The brought,a carload of horses here two Ileut.enaQt.r.J'lm!; .Gilbert,, tanker Don't : :
Sunday a."J.third Sunday lii. enohKornltif : carload'Sugal'?' |} Bel* W,4nesdayr! solid- weeks ago, after soiling all their stock ;, H. J* Usrnes clerk; Edgar. Per. I Send Your MoneyI'notice ;rAway.: :: :
larrlc at 11 m.. .., tt.en0 o oranges returned to>.their homes In Nebraslcj. dew, escort; wiliJohnson.watchman; ,
'7'00 > Buuel.,- School '.
a' at .
*O. L.enoe| a.t C:11 p. m. Prayer. Mrs. J. H< Dean of 'Campbeil, was Monday., Will Mosley, sentry:r; Dr. Tbomasson_
a' motoordlaltylnvttedloa4.ndthNr : here_ shopping Tuesday. New 'goods arriving 'at Once &. physician Bell and ;Dr Leonard, Thomasson"Williams-Ai, board F.olmanagers. that many ,people are 'in. the .habit .of 'sending- ,It ,2 -' .

/ O..B4II.CT Pailor.) the E):V?.. Sparkman of Tampa, was at BraUon's at lowest prices. The camp was 'organizedby b away for what'they need before' getting' the biome,, dealer'sprice 1 .:yV7
,, Hotel: Klsslmmee .
of I. 8.
DAVIDMH, Sdpt. Monday. John Berkliaani'a former visitor to State Deputy .G, A, Rhoades andGeneral '
Agent Parker shipped h'ls-first'crate Klsslmmee, Is be.-. 'again/ his 'week; Organizer T. -W.. Mitchell. oil the same a.rtlcleow, 1 wish to to say :"ithat t J will, ** *

total wb.ther Report.of of lettuce to New.York Monday. accompanied by his family. His father ,This is one of the' best benevolent* furnish any irtidle'In l 'my.line at the same pace any; o'ther' 'merv a1!, :
Col. Uurkham, will about ganisatlons. In existence, and.thecamp "" .
Exnr.e arrlye ,
Taxrsaaoaa-waes C..,.A. Kirkland, of Anderson's It.m. Jan. 1st tO'spend' Jbhejrlnter. organized here promises to P.e.a flourishing chant will, must: ; be on the ..same; terms. So r rnakq out i : !sV
..... DH. 2. 11101.Maa. was In town ,
DAY It'.1. Tuesday on business., ", \
: one.- In catalogues'with prices and : '
Price Furniture at. Graves' AGravesV yourgrdersbring: : your, ; bring ; ';
M!tn. aatn., i \H.4 8.'Partln and''eons, of Precinct See our line of new : 'Ju received give: 'tn8 the cash to. send"away' with the chief take'the goods J ; .
tall No.
...... .-.........- ----.I. :, wore here-trading Wednesday' John MoOaw of Beaver" Falls. -Guice&Bratton., "9 whe I '0a J
hey is what order brnot whethr'" f"i
come or u
L W. of was Pa. arrived -here last week you ,
S'nith. ; here ,
Pomona ,
'00 ; .. .
Go for.Sugar
.. .. to Waring's ?
.,. no Tuesday, a, guest of'the Graves and will bU house boat now er the quality Is any good or ''pot; paya1 freight and ''-,
..... ,,.. "7. . occupy : 16 Ibs.'toDollar. express, '4 It.' ,&:: ', .
N.. 76 et .... Mrs: O.: ouite tied at the wharf. Mr. MoGaw imd 60 u 4*. ,7i assume ;' i <. >
C CASH. and all losses and
Peeler has Grits charges 'breakage' In transjt "P16
' 76 II61 7 . .. been the boat built 'while here!last''' winter, "' ,i" .. ; e. ,.,. -
for .
MS .... several days, but. is now much Itice. 19 "
7....... 66 11II .. .. better, _' The Ariel. Quartette' 'appeared last i above is exactly'wrjat Is required .wen orders arp sent. awayv\, : r

. ... Scuator. Palmer Tampa here hlght.,.before'& J large and-enthusiastic, ',' .But.when'your money is all gone ",n /'Y9- MlcL"(! jtta y, ,$tovrf1: '.
/.;.A. n.1.t.AON. ... M.; MondaYrst.opplng. at the Motel Klsslminee. oneoflhe-bcst audlonoe. "Tlils.Quartette uu the American'Is certainly plat- Business Locals !\ ill Sewl,Machine! Furniture: Building Material tor"''atjythln.fc. 1 \lr J i. <3 ?*

, Corm to-<1ay. The peoplewill' want i 67.d'l'lY line. cinne and see me. '." ftJ. '
&tf' for, insertion; of.advertlse- Miss May Boatwright:;. of Tampu, them again next:, Icuon.j'rancl..Jl'iorton .- - ;
|mona the reading matter.' nell of the Graves Hpu Jacksonville At'the' Audi ivvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvvvv.. -' .
waadaguest o "' % W-S*>/ *WS*M'S< M"l/ '* *V'.fr*''**s*> *.*****-
; .' to lum.".Dec. 25. I IThere ; ij.
ten cents'per\ .Une,each In- 1. Guitars at DlIonn'a.- w '.

Mr""'' C., W. OrlfHn and children left -; was ,:'a _"rucus" 'at the ol4< \ New shapes In Men'a Hats at Kate's., | WATSOMvi '' '
for Tampa Wednesday "tq.ipeod the Hyde House baturday night, which ""- .
holidays ,- came near being a serious affair, -School Shoes at Stanford's iuaranWee. e1 K SJ VSJ oo t S V 4rn1 SJVS tff '\ > QV
however! Night;: Watchman Bass put .. ._...., (
John \ *, -. -------- - -- --
: McGiw .and will ,
party go In the nick t ,time 1KN11NNNNMVaMWaK *
in appearance -*) NNMWN :* ft' ?
>cal 'Ne,vs., ii i ihu down next.week.the river In-Their. house boat and" :The city Is three'do.larsbotter' olf. Leave order fQ ._8tovo] 'Wood" at the ,, ,

t- .' i To reduce stock I will sell all goods Box Factory :
Q. I. Roberts, representing the l'' .inn. in i | nK L CANDIES
at reduced prices January 1st. Ladles'i .
Dixie Portrait Co., was here sCverftl An elegant line' of Muslin a
days this week. Call und price good.T. W. Watson. Underwear at Kate's.

r- Miss Mary- Marlon', who has .been ,...t..r.w. .':
|"'JPhone us your wants "We Shoe lor.ev.erlthtog' '
are pleased to note that Judge returned Goto 'Dann Manu. '. .t
teaching at Bauueng-er, on .

i-J'We'll do the running. 8scalq.Johnson this was..week able to beron-the streets the holidays steamer here Lillie I with, and-her will slater spend, !Mrs.Walker the. _IB._the Shoes_...4.-Shoe..from.... line.Stanford' the \-.CWQCOC.ATES' AND: < : ,l SON: POlSlS' '. "', :i.: .

KISSIMNEB! D k 'ua ,Co. J. W. Thompson this week' bad avery old reliable shoe man. BOX, AND BULK' GOODS. ">' .(ij.r:'!:=$; ': }
-- -. attractive sign painted on the Lancast. r'.' new Photo Gallery I : ''\ ''' :
:= side, of hU ttor I. tbe place to have first-class... Photos Stanford. Wdale line of 'BOXES 'FRO.I\D 35C TO '$2'.7. It < .' .
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aisqo HUjI.. 1Io1111S'Ruby Oliver, who U. amending; wade for Xmas presents.D. )!en's Hats_ !.Neckwear; &0. : ( I'

[ Uiislnesg lxxal .. school at College Pork. Ga., I is home C. Robert I Book .
our: Thompson, Bratton Your subscription for any or .:
atson'l\ Xmas good. for the holidays.W. U. M. KatzK. It. Caruthers' B. tfagazlne at publisner's price, and Largest Stock'and\ FresbeSt\Candies I ;In To\vrt:: / .Ii: '9J t :

A. 1. ;
libtOffraph arse"fltA here Hotel Monday Klsslinmee., and regfetered. at the slinmee's and 1. M.'quota Simpson of wore students among wf Kls-the 'I Ladles, buying your -FaUDrees.Goods { :Fruits, ,', Nuts/CrackefsTobacc: ()> and. Cigars:;'' ,-' t,:':.>))1'.:#:A'-1<(i. '. 'I:, ,j 'i
buggies at wasWhtsuependors .
lew top &O. canon C
State University at Lake Cify who Trlmmiuffs, .. .... ,1'
| see Gutco & Peter Paul a prominent naval stores aMt'_s1Jeodlng the holidays at home. II. C. Stanford-and save. money. -, r.1 il{(
operator'attHmpbell, was in the city I i r "' .J-! '
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-- t. on business Tuesday. All Xmas goods uiustbu sold at Wat Stole Wood A. rTREL7dnta "; ;;: -

Beach wall-hr ..\tllolivUie<:\ ) son's. 'The price will move them. Ws-trill-furnish'l3tovo Wood, dellvi, .. '.. c" '..,..
-1 Mrs, Robert Krnent: of Punta'Gorda ..
felc. Gilbert "" "" r ,"
arrived bere Tuesday on a. visitto Little Thehnd 'aged one ered to any part. of town at 11.00 per J .. i',. *
ood at lowest prlcoa at' Gulceon Mrs. Will Ovemrect. year, wal,given a birthday party by Strand. MAYKTABD, LvJlln R.CO., :1"\'
'.. her parents last week: All the little. "
Walter Bass chairman of the To Cure A Cold III One Day.
sr tote lln the neighborhood were Invited
1aonTI11ei-vL) .itcd'friends' in board of county commissioners, was and attended. Candy was served In -Take Laxative'Bromo" Qutne. Tab" n'I. ;.;
1ldAday.rt.Speer! in the city Wednesday '; 'abundance, and no doubt tae little lets, All druggist refund the money
is clerk In jrJor.Mr, : guustfi-wlflhed little Thelma's birthday I K, W. Grove ,
A rh.I'jfraph-itI' yourself makes a if Its falls to cure. : CEdus
Hils week. nice Christmas present to send to i would come. around. everyday.. ID thee< signature( Is on each box.';,2-x: osceola. $} >

I' Mosley, of Shingle Creek' your friends See Lancaster; :,,;year. Tiarmacj.Colgate's. ,

Monday., -I..; Ii..WJlsoo-and J. Ii: McNeill I, of Nu old sheila brought over- from .. ;:[
; o.Picturw.... Moulding just arj DeLand, were in the city 'Monday, last season at\Vat. on'lI. \ .( .,

j Thompson guests.of the Hotel Ki l.lmm6e. I Tatman Gove left Wednesday for --_ :

lial McPhatter Wit MUlolo".holt Monday Gep. Saundrrs took a load lie lower end of Lake Klsslmmeo. !....... Koliaay H 1 n: g ...-.., .Has Established His, ,. :x .
have 1UOO yards of net, with 1250
of Tuesday. of brick to Southport for John Lee,
who U putting up a sugar mill 1''ards in one continuous blece, and A
1 fall to see the Ariel Quartette will HPU:tur catfish only They take I II I HERE: :
|ivdilorluiu to-night. The Knights of Pythias will -hold with them a crew,of tea men, and will I = I HEADQUARTERS I
their semi-annual election of officers I, remain out until the last of'Aprll, the -
t. moo and wIre; of Tampa next evening' -- I .
,>nt Wednesday Clogs of"the season. E ', Perrumeg-PALMER'S: .'
i In Kisslfnmeo Monday
J. n.'Cape, superintendent of the : Get a chance at Wat'son's" fine fur S Rlckseo = ,. ;. -,,-At"the Store of *, "

Lisle. TTiirper went to Onega/ l'oor farm was In town; Wednesday, I nature JMoeftra. charge. I IMrl. I Roger. & pallet's. i I
| spend the holidays, and made this ofllee a .call. I J.
W. B. nigdon and children Lundborg's,.. :." .?;/ , \'
'. W. mil and children; of Mri W. P. Joiner l of North Carolina departed yesterday .for Klsslmmee' '--, . " ''". ," E ELeath'er H. -&: Stanford : ".' "
-M "
tee,' spent Saturday .in town. who Is visiting Mrs. J. H. Dean where they will spend a few days with tls-PUR. ;

fV, J. S. Carr, of NarcoosoerClssimmee the former's parents. From Klsslmmee i Giii I "' '
th will proceed to. Bar tow, I SES" ''
Saturday.Harbor" ,, 1
1!. shopping A* we go to press we learn .that the y 7 '
where they will-be' the guests of Mr. i iHlgdon'l Medicine 'Cases, PocketBooks I Low"
of Lee's Grove was exact number of boxes of gran es reiualnder of The Originator( ol "" N ;: ;3 -
( father for the i '
int caller at ouroftlce Monday.Ud gathered at the poor farm was 4US3 Traveling SetvPock- I ;. Prices Klsslmmc "' I 'f. ',
the'bol1daa. Friends'wish them apleasant -et Manicure Sets -Card Cases In ,, '-r., A ,
shells Allen' rhomas -
Out of Sun. :
0l1bert'went'to Palatka 1 aojourn.-Galne.Ule .
[ '1'1I
killed 39 quad Wednesday.. Flasks and Drinking. .-, .. I ,
May on a visit to her parents.tatthews Mr Thomas Is evident. acrack shot. Largest stock of 'qw.latanaa Goods i Cups f in Leather Cases. Invites. Hisfi .'
i> wife 'and. son, went In town at Stanford's. n1 And' You Inspect" :
Cba. M. Taylor was in Lou hrnan
|ka Saturday, to spend the hoi- with the Ariel /
this week, and wrote accident policies Everybody delighted BRIC'A aRAC .
for about every resident of Jbat. place. Quartette. The program was high Cut Glass, ,
D. Klddt of Narcoosoe,. was class in every particular. The Japanese Novelties; Xmas'Goods'.D ; ,; :
d at the Hotel Klsslmraee W. E. Keene. and. D. W. Prescott, song, with fan drill,, was especially 0 .Books, Fancy Coods Games .

progressive farmers of Orange coun- entertaining., Miss Msclcen- Articles Medalions, I '> ... . . . \ l'
Toilet '
/ _? __ '
I 7, were in trading .Wednes ate, as a reader, and in her work: as a ;
loss beautiful ,Cups 'and Sau- deplctor of emotions, is hard to excel. Picture FranYesEtc. vQSCEOliA i 1 *$
tel and other dishes at Vat-. day.Mrs.. O. W. Harris, who has been .-Miami (Fla.. ) Lyceum. Atlhe . II' .

,visiting. the family of W. *J. Floyd, Auditorium, l>eo.' 25. I Presents for Evetyti ay : _

can't find the ChrUtmas returned to her home' near O-lando' Fine China Closet given away" by I' : PHARMACY _
want anywhere. else toLion Monday. .
you, go Dane. the Shoe,Man, .41 'II'III I I '

a. W. J. S. O.el'lr.ree& Is now and running will Capt. Bell and a crew of carpenters H.'H.I 'Hunter, Mgt.NaNNNN :''Fhe-stock embraces everything:that' ,human,, Ingenuity could
ladles! Beautiful China the Carson packing house rebuild the I '
arrived. here Monday to .
coDtoiDu..t.odo.o during the rest of last devise to amuse;Instruct or be of, any service to :humanltyofany ) : ,
which NAttention
: tank collapsed
liven( awsy..Enqulre of.DanD, A. C. L. \ '
the season, week\ Mr. Owens, of the Graves age, sex condition position or ,,color-anything:, everything a ,- I } ,
i Man.Bteamer. Mrs. 'S. J. Swsnson matron of* the EIouu ,.*eoured an injunction restraining in Holiday represented here. We have space' to men-, ,

Polly. went down the State University at Lake City, arrived the company from .rebuilding on tlon only a few of the most notable;;such as the Qoods in Endless, ,t

londay flying. a brand new flag here Tuesday, and lathe guest of Mrs.. that site, but the'matter was subsequently Quantities Toys In' every conceivable Design that'will: ,'carry 1 .

&IItbead. O. C. Peeler.' ed. Mr.) settled Owens, and claimed. the work that the preced tank: Pleasure to a child-Toilet'Sets, Smoking Sets, Shaving Sets, U t ;' '

rlel he Quartette, the best attrao- J. W. Juan and family, of Camp- was In dangerousproximity, to the Crockery:Glassware, etc. If you wish a present forlanyone' ? '
f( .a'OD-at. the bell, have. gone to North Carolina hotel. I KlsslmmeeMerchants don't fail to sea.our stock before buying-we can please you:.. j -. s
Friday) ,
and Georgia to spend the holidayswith : -- -
nOmalllOD" office 'phone Is ,
Buchanan. here a visit to relatives ."-- - "-" #
on "No. 41-two rings.' - ""If, -'-
|ab Miller. She will go to M.... K. O. Tat naD and Miss Ca- Hurburt Fleming has placed this :! Agoost for'z' (

rda. Dextweek.; mUle Morrison went down to Shell writer under obligations to him again. : r' Shoes. $ ? r

Green, an esteemed lady. of Jammook on the LUlle Tuesday to by a hunting trip on bis fine naptha Queen Quality for Ladles .

ee, called on Orlando to-day spend Christmas, launch to the duck feeding grounds at W. L. Douglas Shoes for',Men. '
lay's Evening Star. a On Saturday, the 12th lost., little the south end of the lake., The two of I January-lstis ,"near.f : .' V : ,
receivedTthtiead! lne Miss Helen Bass gave a party to her us formed"'ihe' "party, and althoughthe .
Graham. *
In howrof and--wary tietrip --T. i+ 'm;
little friends was "scarce ;
game f
of the death of his mother numerous ,
.to the .
enjoyable one i iwriteI' '
a .
sixth birthday. was very
i,Carolina. last week;".,,,......:,...- .her' and Miss Eunice Mr. Fleming never goes on. i We. ... haveLedgers, : .
MrT.1J''W1l1Iaml: -
rrlgo the bustling clerk at trips of this character without plentiful ; ,
S. C. here
affloe, went, over to Barlow Williams, of Allendale, are supply Of edibles in the preparation -: .
with the former's .
ly _to spend a. few days spending the holidays <., of which be Is an adept, and on 0+. NE'W'MJ.'R' IET':
Mrs. Fryer.
meals with
daughter this occasion served hot ; ;
cogs in the Sunday telephone Miss Mabel Parker, who "is attending as much ease and grace as the most 'II -. '

Its creating -great deal of the seminary at Gainesville, returned skilled cookt.: For sleeping', be has. ,' Journals. .. ,. ': ,. STAND't :Y ,
faction among the patrons. home Saturday to spend the the lockers in the launch softly uplolstered BAS %' OLD

|lllle took a barge to the poor lollday. her parents.. and by' the addition of an Books ". : I .., ". : s *;**4
he Day 1")
and ay 'and also .a load of adjustable board between them, .* fe[ .
r Parsonsdown '
| young folks for a free ride. .Will the Hancock river to took Turkey Mr.Hammock. : makes down a bed fit for any hunter c... "J.. T. REAVESPRbPHandles 71*; -'.i .
who "when rocked by the gentle sway l.4V
,, 'on the railroad' a pair of Tuesday where he will spend the holidays of the waters must indeed, be of a CbunterJJooks". . . ." ...... .. I- >
w spectacles.. Owner cane with Mrs CarutherS. seared conscience If he falls iD. resting .' .
by calling ..t ,this office, J. K. Glmbernot, who has been through the night.\ It is said thata . i I "' Af\.
..ro8rtJ.nd.. :.. paying .foe this Quartered at the Hotel Klsslmmee forthe oamp huM-'II the place of, all places Inks, nothing but ,the best,. cho ,est--Beef 'Pork.'' b.. ':,
.. past two months, left for his homeIn to try a man better nature. ,If so; Mutton-that the-ma.rket'a.ffo'tda' ; .Orders. solicited l
,'on lake shore '.. patrol York Saturday. He Is so we are prepared right' now tovouch "
p the New 'r2
Jes 1R a'' leather, case.:Owner well pleased with our city that, he : for the fact that Hurburt Fleming is a : [Stationery, Etc. and promptly attended to.,, Free delivery in' town., . S f'.p"'if f

I e same,by call In tr,' afthlsbfvlng will return in January. man of the highest order a, man. anyone ''' '- .... . " ; ,

] property and'paying for well to tie r.o. I . ..I J'X" '
I To All toaoe.84. .;. "V
low desirable ,
I.' Hurburt Fleming has a few more ''' I. '

e k'fF 4 M:'Tattman launched On'Jsnua '1,1904. I. rUl close U egiJtesofmyHart city Jots for aal.',If Interest klsslmmee( Drug Co.. TERMS.,, CASH.. 'PHONE 61. '
Lake pasture.:. ed see him for description and prices- ', ,
I naptha ,launch, and took sev- < .. :" I
.o..the. lake. Tbe__craft Persons having cattle them therein are.rebUMrtd -. t You can get a whole see of fine 'deco ..

ntlt--22 feet long,.and speeds. quested St to' move W..J., S. C.AB&, rated, .Crookeryware- absolutely free by y ,.J\ '" '
en to miles hour. 4
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; : with. the.result that, the n
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Urm. O. :VT. rooks of kJi.bury. Md,'' 1.- IJ. .. \ -
wife of ,
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a '1.I'' sajs, "I suf- Among the most Interesting\ propositions ', .!i I 1 I f I I I'1 I l i t 1 I 1!'1 1 I 1''I, 11 r 11 1 1 1 I, 1 1 ,1 11 I, I,1 I 11, ,' 41 I 1,I I' 1 II 11 II I..5 I I 1 I I,1 I 1 1 1 I '1 r'I'I 1 1,I u I 1 I 1 1 I 1 l I,I I 1 I I I 1 I.I.1 I 1 I H I 1 Mention was-iund some time ago In ter's when.showcase It was first taken from;the,11
tired with kld- 1 1h111II 1I' 1 I I I made
1 1 I II of the
these columns experiment
of 1 II II
for lhe'lncre..ln returns toPorn 14GnIla IIi IHI11 171ib 1
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11 i'
any complaint ,, ,,? 'aI i 1'N'1111' ., 'II'' III I River with ship The'comfort the soft felt>hat
raisers is on. that Is being car* ,, ,;! 'it'1, ', ? I ,,, Y V.,1, 11111,1 ; i on the St. Lawrence a :
t for eight,,tarl. tied on In a successful and practical, !' I i p ',!' {I,1!I, II'11! 111,111, !1 i1I, r l lit 11 1 I r1 drake and "there Is now givenhere recognised by ,all but Its one.drav.;; .
11 came od1megradually. iIp, i 1 1111,1,111 iii i 11'1i u I a i been the fact:' that It' ....
111111'' ll 1 with a picture of the device, taken back has
I method by the, Funk Brothers, ofBloomtnlttOD. } ;,, b11,11111,1I'I' 1 I',11 q } ,' Ib ,t1 h1111 , !1 !
iI +II'1'iI'1111'' ' Ihl II11' 1 IIII; '' iIj1, 1,1,11, from a recent issue, of the Scientific: takes on a disreputable appearaDee'tor
-_. / felt tired ani{ .,IIL II fl''ill,' ,i 11' 1 , + I.1 I r l a1 ,N' 1 1 U ,,I ,,1111! II1 I,{I II, I American, During tm; tests referred the.lack of a little care, and In behalf J
These 1 I t l 11;1 Illjil'I
Ti gentlemen are.bro&.1lnc'corn I'll ; 1' ''I j N1' 1 I
x.'sibn weak. s a p' 11 > + frame It Is argued
r driven ahead at of this bat
C,1 t + I + to the steamer was
their large of land 11,11t4,11 111,1. P1 isle 1tii1 ,,1,1, ; I N1, l 1 1111111' this
upon con
:abort of breath tract 1 w Id ,,,! 11t, I why a man
.. I ', ? l 1 ,11 a 111 111!1 an Indicated speed,of eleven knots an there Is every reason |
slating of :,600acres In SII, II11,1111y,1,1! , ' 1 II, 11! !, ,t 1 , t 1 .
body ,
and was -trou.bled one p' 1''1'111' pu1,1. ; ,,1 11 >I M. , 1 .our. Steam was then shut bff; and take as much care' of his hates any.,
w.1t 1.blo.tlDr near that city: The Idea which they 11 1'Itl'I'1, ;''' !IIp,11111; Il !1 .N 11" fl1111 ; @, 1 'i lll simultaneously: the. brake on. each sidet other part of his apparel. t t1'yawaw. .

after are putting Into effect is- to Increase I 1 11 1 i1i11 1111 1111 NI '11111111 ,I1i ',i'' i _L-
n, 'eaUDr. and my the returns from their' corn lands \\H III --
l limbs were badly} swolleu. One4oclor both by increasing the yield' and Increasing I'1'' Ii u11 11111 IIII111,11; I1 ie ' till P 'I' \ -" .
told me It would finally turn to Brlghfs the..feeding 'value of their II ,'; III' I, {j''. 1111,1'+ I q 114! IV IrhMI'IH'I! r 1 Idl '' ; II,1 '

4tH...., I was laid up at one time for corn., They are taking up this matter ( II 1
three weeks. I had not taken Doau's of breeding corn which wa Inaugurated I' n IJ ll IIII IIIIr11 1 IY I Q' 1 .;--.,.. 1. .. .

'; Kidney mis ethan three diiyswheu ,' '1 p ww. '-
W at the Illinois experiment ; 111 'N11 +
4" tbe dlstressTng aching across. ray I stationand demonstrated to be both Ohl't ihu,'1 1 1 111G''" Ir 1 111 t n" tlit1'jiiui ,11 :
back: disappeared, and I was soon aatirely -
practical and :'profltable by ,Profs d. -
? qI
cured." O. Hopkins and A. R. Bhamel.; By 1111e'r' ; tr 1 1111 11 IN ilt1! 1 n t
aU'd' 1era., rifer'tDthnta. '
For'sale by this. system of breeding, _which !I.; la 11'1' IIvu11lj'111'11 \
'r ., Fester-Jfllborn Co..Buffalo.N.Y' '
effect seed.selection, they are selecting 1; j jI

those .strains of,corn which show i '' 1 y" 'I ''' 1 1 11 r
POETRY TS. PROSE. the greatest ,yield and. >ave, already 1

,I" "Oh, tor the wings of a dovel"! sighed produced a strain'of corn that out. 4 I

the poet with the unbarbered hate, yields the ordinary type. to a considerable '
+, ."Order what 700.lIke- rejoined the extent. 1f11 1 l1 11 p11d1i

'+, prosaic person "but as for 'me, give The varieties started with were 2 ;

1, VR me the breast" ,,of a chicken."-Chlca*, those recognized by the.Illinois. Seed i "m
CO Prear.rl Corn Breeders' Association and which

have been bred for many years by If4!Il ,, ,

STUART'SCIN old' and successful corn breeder. >C''! 1f'11111 ,, ,,! Vkl1' 1 (,
FREE For' example! The Reid' yellow ' I'Yty 111'd Hit'th '
11' '
ndBUCHU dent has been bred for ""almost fifty 'Illy' I T
1 ,! d 1 111,1, ,1111 1 1 ,I 4I
I '1'0 all who offer or t* the '".nd. of BOM years by the Reid family, formerly of tl 1 I 1 I 9 Hell Y.. Ijl
i who.<''T.r irlUi Jtldncr. Unr.Hoart.'Bladder ;i II m 1 1 II
or Blood DlMea*. a bottle of Stuart'. Deleyan III, and perhaps has Its char ,, ,
i Ole end B..h'".the rrvat.ouliMrn lUdnar end acterlstlcs fixed to a greater degree 1 Y I I 1, jll udl,4
Uver jMedlalM.will be -- akwolawl- fro aol r
t Mention this r. Addrew STUART than any of the ,otbeiarletlcs.: Also. '
n1 mG. It'.N CO..m. {t'ii at.*Atlanta, Mi '_ the Learning Is another' variety which ,11111
was originated In 1820 by J. S. Leam 1'' iirlI Ysalti+ w.

ing. of Oblo. The Boone County 1
Small Potatoes white li anothervsrlety of'corn grown I '}

i upon these farms", and was originated ,+r' I f

I,. result from a.Jackof In Indiana by Mr. Rile,.. .4

r 'complete chemical laboratory '
been established by this firm In '.

.a Potash which samples'from' many thousandears Judge tiruy Delaware'H most noted Jurist and head of the anthracite ..,

of corn-raTe-.nalyted, and those coal commission of last 'year, has lately: been mentioned as a possible candidate
ears showing the greatest amount of tor''the Democratic'' Presidential nomination next year. Judge Gray

In '' the"'soil, i Potash,, produces oil, or protein, are planted ,In separate was United States Senator from 1HK5 jo 1809.\ and In 18U8! was appointed one -, Il'I I l rI
t'' size and quality. breeding blocks, one ear being of the Purls peace commissioners, vcn > negotiated the treaty of Paris. transferring dM r.i / / k6 i

", planted to a single row. and th.s. the Philippine Islands and Porto Rico to the United Stale He was
We fcave single rows are harvested separately, a member of tbe Joint high .coruinlRRlon at Quebec In 1808, nnJ in 11)00 Was. I
; valrebeOeoka appointed a member the international
commission of arbitration under
and from the 'raised
corn from these .
whlela'r The IIAgue convention. ,
"_ I
j' ,r eaplale more mother ears is selected by analysis' LI'
rally tbe f.r' aatnldag.ds. that which is highest! and planted by t
itself> another year. These breeding An Odd Corn Crib.A I ter the crib he finds himself baffled

'I ; of ........ ; blocks are 'completely Isolated from .& - 0" by a great pn\eopln roof of tin.

w. will any end them. and Mice. from tho posts on every side that It I
; fro to earfarmer pure.It 'I. Is ImpoKslblo for the rate or mice to SHIP BRAKE .OX THE EUREKA. ,.\
i Every posaiblo'deviee resorted toat
j\; i M really remarkable that untilrecently _'--------.-.- -_. --. .
who reach them.
They are too high from '
this.season of tho year-when the '
wrttw far but little .systematic or scientific the ground for them to opened. The Teasel cane to a full
w old and the leap upon them Melt4 the Street Snow.
corn i* becoming scarce
........ effort has been put forth to improve I
off at and the most! artful old rat is- convinced I stop within a distance equal to her own I
GERMAN KALl new corn seems a )Ollg way
{ WORKS the greatest staple crop and planting time-to protect the grain after repeated trials that thereis length. The brakes were then closed Machine For DUpoUng'of t&e.Whtter;. i t
...'1'- .. -' !;
AkM........ aeKMDwa4P4. money producer of the United States. from thieving rodenta. One of the no 'possibility of getting ntonnd. or the Teasel sent ahead until the original Accumulation.
.i, M, ..wr It recognized'that it Is just most Ingenious contrivances wits en- through or over the troublenome pails rate of peed..was'ittained. when :t
yr n I as practical to breed corn for certain countered the other day at the back to _r.-nch'the bottom of the crib and the engines were reversed and the An Improved method of disposing of 1 '

.purposes and to Increase Its yield as i the tempting corn within. the open brakes opened, with the result that all the accumulation of snow,'wbtch la an : <
It I. to breed horses for certain'qUItJ.- Mats. ' - headway ceased after sbe had gone Increasingly Important problem In, mnnlclpal !; &w

ties, either for drift or epeed, or to m :' J but fifty feet-about half her length. government Is shown.herewith, 1

: breed cattle either for the dairy or .." .' .,-:a"J...,:"",::..;.''.' Mod era School ."..rtl.I.*. In maneuTring the -Eureka at full from the Scientific American.. It
the block. In all Instance this la "".,""' ''' speed, she was turned also within her designed; ,t...scrape up the snow
Many of the more successful boor '
accomplished by selection aa the own length, with one brake thrown the pavement and at the same time 1.1'
lug school hare followed the
fundamental principle of 'heredity Is 1 :J book publishers and bankers-in lead nJvcrtlslue of" open. AD examination of the.bull and duce It. to water!;, which flows off' ;
that "like begets like. according to mercantile methods -- :
Another Important feature In this Tbe old conventional! card does

corn breeding la that,there is a large; s not say the word which make an Im- "'-'. ,

per oent of barren stalks In the. avert prcsKlon and compel the reader to remember o/

n age corn field. Under the Punk a particular school. One. of ". '
Brothers', system of breeding tbeae ;' I the modern school advertisers says I

barren stalks are detasselled before that tbe applications for catalogues

fitted aldaY faaq keYb any pollen. la permitted to fertilize Increased ten-fold when he put a striking "

afwtMrk.Oiradr everywhere i the silks of fruitful stalks; and already announcement In the newspapers. <.,.
Uok far ttt &j*of tax ' .
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Kl.wiO.aW.R en thi tutta* they have reduced the per centof 1 ___ .

.' barren stalks quite perceptibly. } Th. Wlraloa. net.... Iiland. ,"
?Tbe chief underlying principle of the ,
A '
French been
company. operating ,
corn breeding operation of this
com.pan1e an electric'cable between tbe Isl-! '
to Increase and fix the prepotency ODD WAT Off PBOTICTlNU; A curia o/ .Jt., ends of'Gaudeloupe and Martinique ,.

i\A\ p of the, various' strain of corn of n' suburban lawn, ere-the one but the lines have teen 'broken for .
which they are breedingprepotencymeaning some and now tbe wireless I'
well-filled corn crib stood near a' stale his system
1I the power to transmit desirable > sheltering! the family driving horse. been out In use. The United 1))

1.. characteristics to future. genera- Evidently the rats were deprive States Consul Gandeioupe reports IIII
::: tions. wet horse of his rightful share of good. that the service Is satisfactory with 1.

s FOR WOMEN Being situated In the heart of the' sweet yellow corn, for six bright new only occasional. Interruptions by rea- r
/" A Boston physician's die.F corn belt, with ample capital and land galvanized buckets bad been aacrl- lIOn of weather conditions. About sixty

ooe7whkbdeanaes'and to carry on their operations, and witha Iced for Its protection. Tbe crib ban messages; a day are trlll}lmlttt'd. ... .. 4

heals all Inflammation of the. .,tnaconaBMtnbrane trained corps of chemists and agrlmtturlsts. been t mounted upon* six strong cedar ,

wherever located. this company is Inauguralng -' P"'ltaand on the top of these supports The human body, being lighter than METHOD OF MELTING SNOW IN CITY STREETS.' J 'iI.
la local treatment of female Ills Par a movement that will be of great are the six large palls. When the water of the Dead Sea swimming ,
1 tlae is invaluable. Used ..,a douche it .1
15 .Is. a revelation In cleansing: : and healing benefit to the corn raiser of the Mister Rodent smells the tempting corn In It I. difficult the head alone tending I brake' mechanism after the teats the sewers. To this_end the

power| It kill all disease germs which world.-Chicago, Record-Herald. and scrambles up the posts to en to sink.In the water. I II' showed apparently no harmful strainor comprises, a furnace; or machlui', ':

Inflammation and discharges., other damage and In operating the culiar shape, mounted to awing between --"
+d' ,Thousands letters from women PARENTAL TRAINING. MOST NORTHERLY OF CHURCHES. brake no jar or vibration. was, observable the aide rails of the frame. Tbsforward "
prove that It la the greatest cure for 'Smith-How old IS Jones I' ;
your son,
leneorrhoaa ever discovered .,. by those on boardThe portion of this heater la'Inclined

"' '., :Paxtlne. never fails: to cure pelvic 1 ,Jones-He'll "be twenty-one"tomo1'4row. _,' '''4''. .. .., _.. . ... .d".r_.._.. method of operation Is as follows downward and terminates ,a (j
.t".- mtarrh.'nlanl catarrh, son throat, sore r ; w i ct Y w t.F "1ifttwh+' uf'' : When It Is desired to atop the shoe or scraper adapted to scrape up ,'t.
6 mouth".asd ,sore'eyes, because these Smith-He's 'certainly a'credit, to vessel suddenly; as In the event of a the'snow as the shoe Is drawn alone: \
Yy, diseases at. all caused by Inflammation you.Jones collision or when making a landing, The shoe may be raised when desired 1

01.' the tauoaus membrane.. -Well, he ought to be. I the catches that hold the forward ends to prevent It from engaging with, the ,t
kn. .For ..
56 t. serving elMHslntv the teetk we challenge p.the pent fifteen years In bringing him of tbe gate'are released, and the gatela ground* by means of a lever adjacent .

I.. world to;yrodvoe Its equal. up and six more In calling him down slightly' opened by "mechanicalS' to the driver's seat and having suitable ,
ti J'byllcJau.I14 specuUsts everywheret Chicago News. I eans. The pressure .4))( water then connection with the forward end
l prescribe and eadoraepaztine, andthouscadsof of the of "
on the forward edge the furnace. The smokestack: &
t 1 lesllmonUlletten prove Its value. s FAMILY DISTINCTION.. } m'c ; lJ d.. yt ; 9'out to,the.full-open position shown communicate with'tbe, forward, jj;;
drugflata, or sent postpaid So ClIoA.p "Tour sudden Jar or shock being prevented end of the
tt C i : husband never has hay fever, : furnace,and a forced draft
"'tnae triMabso l,.free.d book Write of4.t I believe" said the nsw aequalattaaceat ;L by menus of, water. cushions at' Is provided' means of blowers .haT "'I

I 2ka L:7aitoa eo. Dept as osten.. ..... the Northern lake re.on.NO. .' the back of, the slides. Tbe, movement lug pipes leading to the ashpit The /;;
: ." languidly aaswer.d.Mrs.-Oae- of the brake can be controlled entirely snow scraped up on to the shoe is car' ';.

welt "But he suffer dreadfully ,, from,the-brld e.or..troDLtheen.ctn.. r1e4.jllongjhQjnslde.surface by an end ,
; .C.PUDINE" sometimes, from appendicitis."-Chicago room, as may be desired. less' conveyor, and thus comlqg In "CODi.
Tribune. tact with the heated surface- of 'thea!I i

,CURES l.Bw4l_...:-''G t". '-----. J l TO KEEP TIlE BAT IN SHAPE. furnace Is Immediately melted. "TM i
BUSe.s.INDIGESTION .. .... .' >ftT nermanestlvenred.Nofltsornervous. endless conveyors and blowers are operated ' '.
andACIDITY ; ,:. ness Uer ant d",,'. use ot Dr.Kllne'e Groat. Xeep by chain and sprocket,connec- ,.
,. eo k'te .. .... Neralsstoer..2trlal bottle and treatlse'ree MetaT Frame, < -Be.dC'C.t-la' ttn.-wtur.thnMr11'hHt() .. '
ai AkeeO J) .n.B.Kuiia.Ltd..Ml Arch at.,FMlK.
u..o..CJ..aa bt .Px Orter.! .
3f R !Ica "-.JI-" ,'Coffee been chine. Above tbe conveyor. Is a'coal 'il
I cultivated In Venewe'aonly The prevailing fad which demands bin, from which a chute leads 'rearward .
1879. :: -
,.4.000.000PEACR TREES ; since i sr- 1 that the attire of tho man should be and Is Inclined downward, ao ..

t, .Jim Whwloir's Soothta*Syrup for ehildre! I kept splck-and-apau condition by that tbe coal may pass to the rear plat:..T'',
TENNCSSCBWBOLEXAUB: IWLSCaJ i... 7teetblD",sott_the redneee :
Puma luflamma- I ,
of forma and shapes suited for when the fireman W
means open. the t
+t ,fttnf Bttd .$ Uon.aUay oaln.earee wlndeoUo.858..bottle
z a p.cia.lty. -::- ( the' various garments has now spread gate at tbe end-of- the shoe. Jacob i
e 5 mtnmtm n.M kt Mil'*beet.Nl b*.| Mp/uNeau e..cost I The legislative perfodv ol a German I to the bat and there has been recent- Mnndry. of AVakefleld.' N. Y..' la the1)!:;.
z = is .
= JUiehjUg five la duration. '-'
1 ..d ..- ..-,- ctrl.. .. Wrt..r r _... _eato.n.....s.. years Inventor: of this machine. ''"'
-......._.. .. '"- .la..a I do not believe Pise's Cure for Consumption [t1, 11
IM rote..} pwk ........ '
a.r..q N the weed, his aaequal foreongluMutd oold .-Jonn 'Aaat.UcJa. ,,:
-f 1, O.,-HALE. WINCHESTER.: TENN. y.BoTaa.Trinity Spring, Ind. ;f.t>. 15. 1900. Nervous people who are called uponto "Y''"'<

1 ti ftos' r*_ItWSaia:_Crtswi 61. rTe keep the whole'German Army la tale undergo great mental strain" will l"+
': (JCSTABLI8HKDOrewereof : 1176.\ I field,. a week would colt 130,000,600.> find this remedy of priceless benefit .. ,;-,

ts" P :: C1A.N'SK FTJTAld: FADELESS: DTES color"'more, When' illness ,appears in the family ? ,;'
bt.. color., with. 1 lees work obliging an .alreodr'onrtaxec1.parent.: *
end 4MI. In laPIN SO FT 0"4"ia" thasothers<< ., .
R-.HELL t J.ECAN. of thew isle'n ,. or relative' to sit up nights or,,,.face';-'. ;f,
....liY, (JOLU..'..... IITVA.I'. v.. is *' /, some trying ordeal for which they have ,"
and Crt At. odd d,rafted or...ed8ps It a notable fact that mot of tbs subecta ,'
!lair..... for.& .. jtsf M.nUo this pepor. [ of King Edward' are ,Hindoos. I 4"Z7.r.# / I not sufficient strc-ncth., Instead of resorting -")i">)'

; Tobaeoo Works, Bedford This Is the most northerly church In I. to 'such stimulants as whisky I"'if' )1
Bonthen : City/ tbe world. .The little wooden build coffee
:Ta., wants three or four reliable travelling leg U situated the highest North of Siberia pa4x.'S'; : BOM>'TBS ;HAT quinine or give' a'plll of a safe'tld '!;.f!;
,aaleemaa la each state Jtoasoaable "to seventy-two miles north of the [ *.< ,It..Is potent aud harmleds.'arm ,:*&r
'iiiiif new men who want to work up. pay 'city of Yakutsk, which has the tame of being the coldest city on the globe; ly Introduced a ".Jie'tram. adapted to } and Fireside. ..*" '. -4J>
It/was built bjfRussian; convicts,, and .ervceau it are- held but a few I. receTVe the felt headgear : '. ' .n
tb'U now generally ;
Ihe electric road of 14 States 'Umes In tbe. The little .Jj. ... ,,
; carried last. :year three times the pop...- ,Eternal snow year. church was" ,"dlscoTered" by a, German. explorer' afl/>: cte71b_the' masculine element.Tb.tramd"'o Dulcarlry'' correeponds In area to' O
surrounds 'that'dlstrict". r :
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SERMON .FOli. SUNDAI- thai ** 'of the reward.'", ''Paulcould LIGHT ASREMEDUIL; : AGENT. : 'r : .
MOVING 8ANC HILL. *. r 1'\
calmly :lay that Wonderful bead of -- !:GRATEFUL HAPPY WOMENfTTT : < .

the ita m and pour ono his lit OB Nby:, Wse, Lolattoa .t ''I'"re.liiIi- ,UOane.e.ary.i : '. ..., Ii .
high altar of raartyrdmn because ot I' / '
!4re power of the "afterward" in hi* _1. Witnessed by1' Bronx .. U
}IN' "AFTERWARD.; Xva Jeer "endured th.-_ and do- In'Dr. O. F.:BLrady'a'judgment Isola. Botanists on Bolivian Expedition T' , lf\ T++ sirs'N

+ spiced the shame for the joy. that was eel tion ol tuberculoala.patlcuta U not neeeaaary > ,
a before Him." And.i: my brethren if w1. or desirable providing ordinary. ODe. of the,, moat ourlouiv sights observed Pest 1%r.,11i1drR.c.r'y'Mtar U
_...J.,... Ichw..a. with Think.
I* Weraunrty.tOi. run patience the race that ia set be Ia bin "Dt'Bolivian expedl-
c.a..u..w...... Deelav chat fore, ui, w* mast keen looking forward, care la'metuodi of life la exercised and Jon \

....,w..... '.lgma>ell Uf u B.lv4l .* looking onto Jeaui, the Captain of oar the dettructlou of the. 'aputum S.. attended according to R. 8. Williams of "- YtW .f la

'Om "Whoa *.. Hold tko Kyw rd.SHOonnr. i salvation, who wa mad perfect throughsuffering.Tb. to. " fie staff Clf tie Bronx Botanical Oar "

: .seems to be the divineorider those of mall dens,,.was the moving anadhnis In tr.. uIblrleie Ff'f'
N.. Y,-Th.ano.J.: Hjtock- -flrat the dark, then the light first "It taaa, easy deafjt' '
ood putor of the Naugatuck (Oopn.) M the cross, then the crown.: And that crop nieaoa to-cete.foe-helr couiumpUreaaa ;: ,between MollenJO and Lak. ____ f!:, Jy: tArve..t'M.lel

-5.1'CLurcb. preached .Sunday mornin in ia temporary the crown I. eternal. for any one clae." said Dr. Shrady T Ucaea. This desert,' which has an '--1 ..
Grace )I. E. Church in th. nb.eua of the Th late ins Maltbi. Babcock aaid) "unieaa they are too "crowded and .are altitude of 4.000 feet, ''extends'over I t u
Rv. Dr. John E.;Adam.. :Mr. somewhat t.
Ingeniously' but helpfully'
very .
Ethe b well and favorably known in hat if yon take the sharp serer word obliged 'to live, 10 holes fo which the many hundreds of ,square miles. Ex. _-.. .
and on Long Island where be ..diIlC.pliD.." and discard the final. "*.'' light and air cftnnot( bare free a cert: ..' cept about the stations, ''there la an of the Royal Templar*. olin ... aeb ;

hat held several pastorates. 11'i was born which: ia of little or no value aayway:: and There are tenements though: ..,er, absolute lack of living.things-not a a recent letter ar,; If' 1oit: '
and educated in Brooklyn and atddied law aubatitut a final " 'OU have the ten ; "I think that :w. *. MtWaJlrahrinka
1 bush.anrub
.b before he entered the miniatry. H. bad der and gentle word l'dieclpJiD That I.i big .city. In tLU country and many or animal, to be seen aa stein making" bar troubles. .

the distinction of being lut year the onlyclerical really. what the.present chaatenlnira mean mailer onea, too I 'om tQTry to say,'. the train wends Ita way, through the | ., but'rwt .d h' ltkb-J meant s.h'' '
member'of. the Connecticut Lap -von are being made a diaciple you are over the doors of which might well be waste; not .'"ah.. occasional sword- aabcht* aa* that I feel fr the oaks .C ;

'islatnre. H. took for th..subject of hu taking (hrlat'. yoke\ upon yon and learningof leave like grass that one meets with' Ilk other *ttfl rl\iag woaaaw it iajwy duty. w'taD .i
ye who ntrr
Inscribed All : ; -
sermon, "AfUrward Hi text was frohi Him ..He baa invited you to do. Yon wUt-Peraaa haa don me.'
Hebrew,. xii:2: : : *'Now no chastening but are entering into the fellowship of His nf- hope behind.' Jt 1* the desire of the most other desert countries. }"l eafferel for Bv years with .tri I.. ""''

the present aeemeth,, to be joyoaabut ringa. But "be10..ed. if w* differ. with medical profession to educate the pea. However the monotony of an otherwise .. irreplarlUaa, which brought on h 'tech ,. i

grievoui; nevertheless, afterwardltyieldth Him. w. .h. alao reign with Uim-.afterward pie. tho'cltfaad tho State to do away tiresome trip wa..broken by then and mad an* a phyairal wreck. 1 ;tnod .tt '
tr..- peaceable' bteouroea !1" I doctor from tie different acbooi of' '::Ii '
unto them which aro euniued thereby.. After all, how blank .nd dull! and sadly. I with these. unique sight of the crescent shaped .......eina. bat without any paI'O'pliWe'o. j'

Mr. Iiockwoou. aaid: monotonous life would b* without its "Light ia one of the most remarkableof and dunes, which often attained fifty *in aay ondition.', la aay *e peJr,.

Let-u. consider the''worcl''Afterow.rd" :riae. of pain.. Tb problem of naio-how all the remedial agent at hand.for feet In length moving slowly along I failed on as old "mra*?, who-.dT.ae4m
.. our ted If you grasp that word ft haa vexed and how .bas pained t* and Wt good re.L -
u* pain before the ,
the treatment of this clasa "dlienaeaf light breee.' Not but HIwou sad
and its rich content of comfort yon will ua, and yet how it bas enriched nil! Aa one, ault ld ape sist taU i' reg" -
.have caught the whole meaaage of the .* '- many a epic plant gives forth-ita most Ira Flnsen, the Scandinavian. hits:shown hundreds of them,; every direction Jarl,... I thought this wa the lust 1

t lUoDnd you will po..... a moat valuable grant perfume only "when. bruiaed and thia'' through the- things: he has accomplished In which, one looked from out tha'oar eo.U d.. and orecured' a bottle. 1 knew ;;; gas

solvent for lire. perplexing, and often die. : rushed, ao a l human heart tine! it. best In the treatment of lupus with window he, was confronted with these soon aa I bejnn taking teal it waaffeetinc .' i t
treeing probleraa. from anytnina
for other human hearta after some softening -
Human life ia myaterlbue, enie..t that ( grief havisited it. Martineau said: those Invisible rsyswhich are termed restless sand dunes, and the experience I bad need before and*. I kept m takr
'has iuccsfully baffled the efforts persistently ultra' violeG I this for llix month.' ,'.. t
A. worldwithout a contingency or- anMronycould.hav was ao novel that It rather unsettled lug It. kept up
mad by the profoundest thinkers of{ no hero and no ..lnt.Tbero "Lupo. lsnot common In Amerjcnv the botanist's. ideas of the and steadily. gained strength and health .. ;,
our race for ita eolution. ""'bat-. lifer is no epic of the ccrtaintiee and no and when I had need tilteea bottle I , ,
i. the .till puitling question of question. vrie without the.aiirpriae. of arrow and though well known and dreaded ou'tho Mother .Barth.) considered rayeelf entirely eoredt 'I II.I .'"

Ai the biologiata and their fellow aclentiata the arch of fear.. Whatever touehe! and other aide of the Atlantic. It Is a "Apparently.explained.. Mr. WU- a BratefnU happy woman t.-dayw-'Mia v'x -

have not succeeded in telling ua ju.t what nnobloa u. in tie live and voice of the form of tuberculosis, not: of the lunga, llama, "the higher winds on the: vast Muriel Armitag 'r.i ? t
that elueira thing we call physical life it, i divine birth human doubt atarrl'of. t"I"'e or" '. -
put a from destroys Pcrvna'enra
and Vlnscn *
but of the surface, .) ?
-plateau all blow from 'direction
neither hav poet. propheta philosopher* and pain." one with' the cam writ,. aa it car*. .f'
nor even Dhllantbro-iitj been able to'tell. The acnlntor hav* a maxim: to the effect 'It' by subjecting his J patients tothe' and sift Out the light colored .Band gas eatarrh *( 'the ""..eI. Peruna haa become : .;. ._ 4

adequately what real life i Ie. that "all that ia not statue must! be purely heml al rays. His rays lighter also In weight, from the dark renowned aa a' positive tIlN fay?; i
Here ia this strange thing we call life hewn away'... At Bret our live are like a. bare not been made to penetrate deep rocks r female ailments:simply bean the afl-;;; '. ,d
andthe er sand aDd roost .
and th.t'compose ;
with iU many variedpbenomena. and block of catarrh. > r
rough quit meaningless marwe be efficacious menU are moetty dew to Qatarrh
more':profoundly a' aeomprebnl. vel, ,with many a ton sharp angle and"" inyi : ly enough yet however, to of the desert, and piles this lighter i* the cane of the'trevbl*. Feruna -, f ''
we atudy it the more confuted it leave. a.. blemiah. And aa Michael Anawlo wid. of in tuberculosis of the lun '. sand into more or less crescent shaped Ait Jtnrial Armftsge.w enree the\catarrh. JThe *ympton.> .. ;yy'
There are experiencca positively Joyous and toe atone thrown the rubbish "I be "" ,.
on heap: "Just how mach progress can dtMppaar. . .
experience positively }painful and there hills that advance slowly with the aw
are an angel there ana I must get with similar treatment. no 'one
an experiences''partiallytojrous and partially out." eo God eee the bent there i. in you wind as It blow the aaad on the'ex', aelf ill enough to go t.'b.d but ah I* far Z N
painful and we look at thi. great and H. ia determined to bring ii out even knows a a yet In London and Paris, In "posed aide over the crest of the sheltered .. Female> Weakness is Pelvic from being able to do her work wit_. *&;/. '
mane of-life's complex d.ta and are quite iflie most need use chisel and mallet. Berlin and "Vienna. Ip Copen ag n and the greateet exhauation This ia a .very ',
baffled to bow meaning of it all' .. ,,side of the pile. The hllla Oatarrhu t
the Still chisel P
Ana now the blnwa a atnick the New York Investigators are studying. :common eight, and i* almoat. always des t* ri
with our hearts:aa well aa with ou> heady cut deep, the chips fly. 'tThe more the ul moreover not only stand out clearly : pelvic: catarrh. -
we ask again the rrepreaaibla interroga- marble waatea the more the atatoe |rrow ." the effect of the blue light and the doflned over the darker surface, but It i* won taan looUah '01'.so''many

'tire "What ia life?" Thus continue the' divine amlptor Hi. traviolet'rays under varying circum windward aide covered'all A'wavs' Half Sick Are Ihn Women women to user year. alter( year with a do r*
Ar* we. indeed only a lot of animal*- work and labor, until there stands stances. They are alao experimenting theIr is eaue-that can be permaaently cmrd. rl'd'
feign clam animate, to be aura but only anl- forth afterward a elorion eoul of majestic with various lenses' and other media over by the, most delicate tracery of Who' Have: Pelvic Catarrh. I Peruna cure-catarrh: permanently. 'I1; i's .k rrr

inch Devertb.I_. aprunc from the primeval dimensions and Chriatlike beauty. IltUe; wives, much'.simUar. to thou.rodnced cures old chrome caac a* well aa a Slight, r,; '
mud and risen to our preaent intellect- "Ti the Maater. who hold the chisel' through which to pass the light attack, the only difference being fa tb.;' 'i;11'b: .
nal and moral exaltation and gorv bv and day by day ,. "There have been many"'experiments ; on water by a alight breexe Catarrh .f any organ it allowed to pro. length of time that it ahonld betaken .t.. ..,, ..

painful atep and Blow onl- to be plowed. '71* i I. chinning whatever environs the form with the X-rays In fighting: cancer, but 'and they are so numerous that a little green, will affect the whole body.. Catarrh effect cur*. : + '."'"' k
under the treat count* agriculture away.-". "" distance away the outline,.one hill without nervouanea ill very rare, but pelvic If you do not djtlv*prompt and eatlafaelory -' ,, -
to serve aa aoil for some future these hare not been aucrcsefnl. except band results the of Parana write "
catarrh and from use
That under Hi kkilfnl cutting the formyroupht nervouanea go '
a little finer grained than we? From mad may bi In superficial aee.. Even then the becomes merged Into that of Its neigh hand at one to Dr-Hartman, giving a full state GLr'\ t?
'to mud-that ia the program of evolution. bon -on -eitherdrn"New York what U eo'a eight "j ment of eaa and be will be plad ta,
\ !': silently out into beauty, of. neb rays, have not been of much greater u a your tf: !J
the other I. it __ *
>.Or. on hand some iplendid. aelrea Times. half-eiek, nervoua woman auffering give you his Valnabl advice gratis' .
benefit (ban 'tbe plan of l x
weeping plan which we are in. working Of faultless and full perfection that angel If any, more ,the many almost uabarahle; { aynptoma Address Dr. Hartman, Praaident of Th.; j
out for ua, the immortal participant!\ a far .,.. scraping out the bed of'the ulcer. and -- pelvis eatarrkit She doe not _icier ....fJ I Hartman Sanitariuni Colambua) , ,

more exceeding and eternal weight of' glory< Shall! gaM on the finished product with using caustics. SO PA SAT*:' I vf..1

,we that been aball but thrill blind the and soul Muoid forever worker! Have at new..... ... "Tbe. knife still remains the last resort 'Little Willie-Say. pa, what Is an ;:""I
That Iris m'atchlea patience
the loom of time weaving; an imaginary even Hi for well-developed) cancer EvenIt optimist? _. ;

fabric that rcallr. bad no eriatence:'* : even aa Feature grave nrx"n such own fractured and stubborn falls when the disease la of such lone .Pa-Aa optimist, my son, Is-a man.who' DR. THACHER'S' ,LIVERAND
"one that brateth the air. or are we actually -
engaged in some real work of marvel- atone,1 standing' aa tG'.110w thorough distribution really enjoys looking. at a .circus '

OUt design, where pattern we eee not clearly There i*, unfortunately, another side to : of tho disease through the sys poster when be la-ahy the price of admission. SYRUPCuresCOJYSTIPATION.LtVerorKldnepT... .. f'

and in .11 It. comprehensive detaila, but thi. pronoaition. For the- wicked a"*.well tem. .-Chicago News. BLOOD ,...... !or My.twO,ywra'IS, spas
aa for the righteous there ia an .fter.ard - ,
@ ,which our :Muter Workman knoweth well? ... I "There U promise' In the Immense activity i '
Over that melancholy scene ;
Let ua look; at the three proffered ejrp'aaatione roubles' '
of life. hut there I. the doleful .would gladly draw the curtain complete I now being displayed In the taeterlologlcal '",ltF DOv.. 1)1." ?
ailenoe. ..1 would fain-hold my peace ana baa not \ show the --: AXI- Gl' I J
and distressing of philoeophie pessimism I research. .While It Vital sUUatics classified rpiraloryorgan *-
which aaauree u.all that things an apeaknot which in the atall very ol nature the wretched of thing sequel must led to the discovery, of, remedies in a *' to be the feeble point in'nan. MAKES PRE BJUQOP:
the time the
world surely i growing! rolling down wore bill and there are, no b* their who hurl defiance at God's benevolent : great number of instances, U has laid ., Diaeaaea of tho lung are out .f all -.

brake *that can be annlied. The worldnow law for the souls of men. I bare the causes Of several dlsordera proportion in fatality',, Take Taylor'. Cherokee If'ou nave never tried it a ample bottle'will be-mall.'I lo.: ,-

ia better than it will ever be hereafter.It hall Just afterward aa the tear be transmitted of the righUou into eternal now to which the flesh Is heir. In this way Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein: you,.free of charge, upon request. For ....1. .t M dttttrt t t' ;; :"

yon like that view accept! it. No. we the light.01 It has led the profession closer and for cough, cold and cpnaumption.'*. :
forever in -
gems THACHER t.
> CO. dwttamooa
must not aay it m>. dot do yon like it, MEDICtia - *, Teulw. ,
lout i I. it true? That the way to p-i it;; heaven ao- the very gems of the wicked closer to tbe plan of twisting natureIn At druggist, 28c.. SOc and 11.00 a bottle. i ___
for, pleaaant or reonetiant we mud accept the tawdry tinsel and trinket toysthat building up the power of resistanceand "
.. attractive .'OD. 1000 marriedeouplse
view i.lily i. now seem o bright-and Only out of every
But this cannot
what i I. true. porei will be-found afterward to be but the the'adoption of the simplest treatment live to celebrCtheir golden wed- .L

it ia be baaed true nnlea i* also the true proooaition the pronoaition onwhich 01: !, perishable acceaaorie of a Tb.mad nightmareof 'idle possible."-NewTonr Newi.WORDS . ding., . -- A GiftlVorth 1 ( LsBV' ,&. 5o.. 4
revelry! and rioting. amply .
the fool who. said in hi* heart There ia no, ; I..
fallacies with which they ported here, MISUNDERSTOOD.,
God.And in the peeond'pl.eb w* hare the an- killing become.wbip.tim and! killing that! IUD aonl them.,. .b.11 lore..r1 afterward OP1 .WISDOM.. Picture Dealer-Th* .artist died ',,before / "g t 1 | StstliFarsjthSt.ltUata.W' 7t ;)!

ever of philosophic optimism which a.- scorpions whose sting I. eternal tears that. ..The best things cost least. he.waathlrtyMrs ;> "

serta that (thing are tejadiiy getting better are. never wiped awn;but which anoeua.inalv . .. Greenback--"Why. I thoughtyou R. ban.iswn. '
that whereas life today is far better'- Leniency la theluw"o love., ..W c.t
; : scald and scarify the soul like biting "old muter"-: W.e.ahl
said he an
was .
than it was 1000 or 10,000 veers ago it will acid* eating the heart forever The dutiful are the beautiful. WltBeTJ:...
be far better 1000 or 10,000 year* -heneec -For the devil'a dupe the inevitable ordeita Boston Post.- : u
But thi prevalent theory i I. acareelyaay' : jut that-now' a little temporary plea Your strength Is ,God's 'call to sere ..

improvement. thinker on the for other It make except no t.provision the. net, just enough to bait the eoul suneea Ylce. .. ;, : '' ":,, .,', . l' .Oerm....' _F:;..... D_.. . .4 -...--..,.OM*<>.V.UaefuL
superficial desolation: and anguish
fun. and afterward '
for the perpetuation of personality ; Indeseribsble. :M.n'a'progr .. 'rereals Cod'* pur.A In Great Britain 'and the coloniep :Bailable. '.;

Where will yon and I be when thoae far So, tt um it all up-what kind of an afterward po." j'', .":.11,, ;,: live. 150,000: Germans, as against 120... Th Haw XdlUon Baa'..
off improvements of our raN arrival This to have? That denenda > ((1 Maw Oaeott*** of then . Mata.osy
of the are yon going bard bead may gowlthatender, 000 Jn Austria 11ZOOO in Switzerland, .
materialutia philoot< offer u* ;Mew WograpkloaJ
on"-what kind of a present you are .J'-
: preaent no immortality, and hence no opportunitv bovine Would you not prefer to suffer .heart., '100,000, in Russia .and 90,00014. France.Chryanthaaien -"'- --- s" Boilers

for the adjustment of life's pres- affliction with God' oeonle and afterward Be offends' mercy who 'depends on. Why IM airs less One TM .
i ent glaring injuatice-: am glad. to believe have glory nnspesksbl than to enjoy. the ... P R E m-"A'Teat In Saw'.Mills, Vi
that the .race that shall be resident here pleamire" of '*in for a seaaon. and afterward merit. { Among flower the chrysanthemumIs .-** m4 um'iitmMmfO. ...

1000 rears from now will be a better race. .puffer the. inevitable aftermath of It ia doing the right In the dark that said to.llve: the longest aftefbeing. a-fZKXIAK CO. : ALL KINDS '
But I would like to b* in existence some deT>str? Say .v.." to that proilo.ittoeand r .. Or IACllf
If ,
hard. '
la always Bprlngftald.
the better dawn. r cut. .,
where, too. when day I.will say "Amen. Cet M.KM..
And even if I could rise to the superb un- M.l.g The brave man is not afraid ,of; being. JUMMDTA T*aMpaaMt. :> t
aelfiahnes like unto that which _t. somatime. new'. .This, '
; ).. the nasty calleJ'i coward. Lewaa*rrteea r **.i
i sing; when temporarily, they happen, 'flume always booking for the W.offer On Hundred Dollar Itewmrd forany .e. '..
I to b* in just that mood and could say.1 dark things persons of life are, and of; course they find The'outer act la the gauge-glaeif ease of aura teat oannoa be eared by CAPSICUM u. iu ''for eatslorw'prhrb
was content to live and die and cease to for. Other ar always the Inner character. 1101'Catarr tnra.'_ (run man Lj raii .
| exist her or.any where rise if only a what they are for looking the bright tbinp* ana -. F. .. \:...." A. Co..Toledo 0.' A nbaCtmte for and superior before buying' .
; mutt of my having lived a while future' find looking them. Bishop Nicholson, of :Milwaukee There are"no places,,for spectators w'*, th* wtoeralgiKd, ban known r. t. any other plutr,aa
i generation might; 1<* lifted little higher they relate that: during the first yrars In life's grand game Cheney for the let II yew and believe hissperfectly ourtiv
atill. one mud feel, that that pretty and. social andfinancial honorable In aJl bishsestraa- ......
parish matter, luslgnlflcant man' "countsanything fuL twill tothe t
miniatry the
after ..all raider morbidly sentimental in bad and straightening Only bone and. nsianelaily able to carry out ay relieve beadaeb and . MILL : ?
scheme does not coheir the imperative de* wr a alow-work.way He war a* Insignificant.Some .bl1ptlou mad by their Arm.. '. ". mend It a* the beat and ] aw-
manda of our souls that wrong* shall be them out war : It wars TBPAX Wholesale Druggist,ToUdo.kUamr . oo nter-4rrltan4knownlao H4rea t7Blvraal Ixxt n..m..R.ytllla
bavins because
when ...
day complain lw
discounted one 'S.IWorlUBfi
euft'.rft'aahall much ..the eb a that innocent rmody for pain*
adequately: righted Att3)M r
: to New.. York on businesi, he stoppedto to a chick.Watching :: .. -X 1 a. Variable Lad Wark are ;
be comoensated and that -outragedhelplessness gone Bridge. then' costs an egg get 'WA 'Er..u 0 ,; WboUwl a.da I'bmatteDrI0" for Aoouaaev,ainruciTV. f
shall b* avenged.. look. Jtthe Aroan. covered with dirt was others Is often an attempt J>ru< with Its ampleanswer. Bail' catajrrh Cure taken inUraallya fol.a
Now comes Christianity, a
It admit all the fact. the apparent working on the abutment ''Tbd'ID'" Aid prettydirty the to. hidtLonrjBwn weaknesses.. lag directly upon the blood and mucous....... be tof bo..bol4M".7 : M WJ '., :

injustices of the preaent the proa- work. you are"engaged answered the laborer, The attempt; to be a -good fellow has, laces of the ireUm.. IJ.."moD...* seat free, e..t al d ruyganl.te. or oot.. .
parity of the unrighteous. the triumphing bi.bop.' "Well yes, 1'rlo.7Se. per botu Sold by mU Druggiata, 'r.t..I.
the dirt, .
i'of\ the wicked and, on the other band the "but somehow w..a't which think i. td come of out 01/ often prevented being a good,man. Hall'amlly Pius are the...... .. _. the Btpn.' ..
bat of the beauty not eboeldh.aoeptdb
I will
of God' words .carry
defeat wind
offering and the The
aeemmg work!'t' "U wat tM lemon I Deedlld. ; Damascus now contain about the sLmeoarrte.ourlabei. *' the; beat, d'
heroes and saints in'th fierce hot oo test .ad I went Philadelphia the'-ffyingmiebine.of'pride-O: "I" the.wai.a g HB e8UOrt .
blessed thebiaho ; game number of Jews that U bad In the .aD"eC medldne.y.r
of )life; and then it speaks one y. for it.It i Ie a le..on repentance.-Ham's Horn .fttraetc Naw t' .
the better of .
word, "Afterward! and w* can be patient need. Happy indeed will I time of St. Paul In the middle of the A 'boodred Kof
n "
which'' we L
After. ban heard that' divine word ha tboae who learn and apply it.-N. W .......r Advrtlatai. : first century of. bur era some 10,000 I Fresh 'them'_ ba T I
w* Christian Advocate.Oar ;Jews lived In Damascus and were gov WE 0 FEE R sotd'In the
we can see the wicked spread himself like There are.two ways of looking at advertising I L t.T. / J U.
and still "rest in the .....u.:. erDed.b1' an Bthnarch; thepreaentJewish btatega'ti; '' :
a green bay tree, w* Part the Saginaw News, both St lmmM from now aatll ..
Lord and wait patiently for Him and we God bar a place breach one of n., and' say* Advertising should be ; community ... .computed, at. Cash. with order.WAMTKDaMoo. 'jenr. Every '
bean of him of them right pociad T> .
refuseto fret ourselves each one of u. God doe not about '
who proapereth in hi. ways, because of the a work for to fill more than ourown_ place: done during the dull Ume for the purpose I daily*aollelt from dlordere4tomaeb' 1

nan who bringeth wicked device* te.jn*.*." expect or to do na more than our own work; but of stirring np tr.det: that time' .' run.paanesoabe ea KU"'aad Cash- ''or., 'cared 'by, their na*..,: ,

1 The whole: pnuling enigma -of life I. each one of na i in hi* or her and also for the sake or the 'beneftwhichirlfrome 11,000.Asthma .*aa year ".8U. U It that dleeaaea originate "- .
- > "'ved.t once when ,"ou..hold the keyword\,. -All-Sba-.offeringa >f_th '
the stomach afely a
and that word ia the single word of the ownbinntthe court of the temple ol } from being continually' ;.AK I nay b - .'- :

text "Afterward! Jerusalem were well in their. time and before the public eye.: V. iLete- mUoIH. :',
That; i. to say,' oa 'can get no satisfactory amount But the OCrwldow.who! had A man ahould Just as quickly thinkof : : that wllf not bo bnt te, c,, 'y ,

explanation feverish thing of this we e-.Illife.strange unless and somewhat yon only her two mite unimportant., should not It have seamed feltthat stopping his advertisements) 10 ,the ; 't>y the occasional Rlp. .

think of what i t. to follow.. A noted AmenloaA her,.' .wa : waiting forthirMttle summer or 'In the dull time after:the ) 11.lcllI IDOW, ,
of hi) . if of closing "On 'of Y\mhtcrs had a hl drngfUta: 3
. erater, in .-famou *nt ne* % itory nl edoinc' betldeyaaa-'b4 ahnnld_thinX, my Oro'psy them
h.101" na that we have no lamp with her part baa been told ',the world several months in the year TEttlble' -clots ofminmrWetriedalmost : them..-Tb.--ttvo-c.atpackageh't,,: '1 t__ '.
which to guide our feet in the future ex in the centuries line* then u a le*. up his store tradewould everythlnt, but without re* M for a. ordinary oecatlon..an4 '.
,. the experience.of the that .! He concept over and a* aa inapiration. Even though and keeping it open only' when. lief. W*then tried Ayers Cherry" 4 Bottle contalna' 'n
eon aUtty .
tended and rightly, too we aunotproperty God a* it were. him busy. ml ct "
our part i Ie but a little one keep Pectoral and three and one-half L DW. | .
future unlca we for *
bate estimate the 1 of watch and .wait* for th.t.-Sunday It does noVtak* people wsryTlons:: toforget bottles cured her."-Emma Jan.EnumingerLangrllte.0. aappljr ea.110.. sy i
the .experience the of this
our judgment on Tim store'were I-u name gtve reliefwithin twenty ;'":
School 1 ** and If a +f7
the and aupplmenl things i '
e past. Now w* msygo on \ *-( ) "' '- ,
., Patrick Henry's .Iamiliu dictum by: The larger L/f.v closed np four months or tbe advertising ' t adv.rl' ,'
r .
saying that..* to .reveal the If am puts lear' that one of our wont four monthi, a' .
of the except,the light of ) where. hiving re- Ayers Cherry Pectoral
Meaning present, failure i* at the point have forgotten that the ,
the future. "Afterward" ia the word that drop back into theo people would
solved like angel, w* F :,
explain the.m.terloue disciplining and ) matter-of-fact life and do jut what' *. business was in exltence.The: other certatnlycurrsmanycases lET 1'
"f' chastening of the present If you;' will did befor : .and View of advertising U that it ought to '
athletic grip, U everybodyadoe.lity < because of asthma. .
>rasp that word with firm it, and because the busy tim .when ;
"will settle for yon all these difficult problern father and mothers did ic'all'of be.pushed daring cUres '
our bronchitis
that ao frequently confront. your soul which may be the very rc: on why we the. people are ready to buy. It i'' all rrAANfiIY
and disturb heart. There i. no station of cannot' be''' expected to
your should not det it., Advertising_ hoarseness weak lungs
When you com to aoDt..rrUle caperence life and no place of one' horn, where if 'when' peop10"don'twantthem : ,
in life that all but shatter the very hie life hi caring for sell goods r
b. want to enlarge most effective whooping-cou croup,
will be naturally ,
foundation. of faith-when
stricken and wounded on life'. cruel bat- oa people a career of! which' .halt extend when It give publicity to some winter coughs night. t t ',
tle/illld/ tbOO"Dei. .rrow. of temptation iadefiDital: And we .hall find the desirable article at Just the right'time. QA f7 f

sorrow piercing thrust the spirit through and the many heart a .wordhof answer to ou question infinite b purpose.H that lives the man theInfilllt. To b* sure, .advertlllDC win aeJt',nnl. coughs. ; and hard colds.,

ill lou can do i Ie to cry in agony and terror who enter* lif*.upon H. i"TCTk We by every thing, at any time if the price to>>* mad ,....war !k.Nee.11. AJI dngt/J., I IcIS } -

"> "31Z God my God hut Thoq forsakenmr' experience of life Phulipa. Brook low enough and the advertisement suf
and ,
Then abov the tumult of grief Borne llnea of .. .. .
attractive ,. . .. If" 14tbs.
'b.'roar of the black billow, may Godsend ; J>Jly JhttJ.. Scantly'. and'iome cannot M es yeas... ..,... If lie.aI.jayen
some ministering angel of memory to that the true part of.a goods can be forced { tak. N. _t teke ... Be k.
voio this oat word !, cannot aay to' me lob eien"those which I cannot, be __..11.11111I-. w..n...n..... OUARANTYYO CURB ltd ,
whi.perwith seotbing relano') -to God. seems but at. wwblm..epa./tdtl., '
Ia .... W- t .
>* oftit man : I ". 0.AI'qP. .a. Neal,vied ,
"afterward and the soft sweet' beauty that r ia claimed. and calm allowed to'dropout en -I. m.etb. .
all not b* .
to gin should .
forced .
heart and the And I profoundly ,.la arise -a- ...., -Wax .
ahall solace your nothing that ia'' not givn. UP"lour' :i ,
peace of God shall one mon flood your that whoever' will cheerful of sight Keep e. .Va.., .t/.g. r t Ityee
;I believ and 'w&PItl1t.e-,,,_ _'.ArI etr. b. ali s sad __
.iurender.himself to the daily duty vertising. during the summer you rD'- .lost .,. w .(* .. .". ..will -gat well . .. rams .
CAI. f
', ih you1ook.t: th'ttvaf the great thy.* and the prayer of but will .nmerp ,'be will not only profit by Kin the fill but :_. .' ).,." ._ .__.V-.h'. t ..,. reaee.. _f. , .Cr ... .S .. ,f
will find into .e.d c
will '
ral rae yo anadowm. also eho' a FU .
left to the sales will - when .
ip iiI Mlawd mighty-power.:'rom the inapirat the D a n/ht which he' leanest-to.t5.dwinMarUaea ..- your summer .ae .z. see n,.. ia" Jt. . .c .C .
<, of the fu"'n.,Thy>pt OM eye on *. ,fin. Increase .."..'
dams -

*ft.rward.* -.- "-MOMS--.-i "'fed../V-mn reafaot--- onto KKmru,,;:...;.:.;;.. .-:..___ 'i"" 1' I. __ .j Atefii JXs._ US.Ji&' 1, JiI"" w ic::' 1 li/
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4, 'Time a'. 'F, '.r,>',"merY'Uulon.Favorite1-_, -"-.11.0'1'-'. -'Tuckera'-..- ..;- -Cplu.- ,-. How to Paint r : A JI .. L. T''US'' The lane of bad. luck, n. Bottlt'jth

w '"" t'nmrty Remedy: ( \ that seems to have, 1 ho turning .

r quency- ao tdVnts occur in I.b.d I S IMPRESS can bo turned into 'a regular 1S
,oj ,..household, "whtottcpuee _
''I burntcut*. ting, if you con nlt us
*pc. 9rfi ado bru(. for Hous
e : usn in cnc i a Cheaptsict about the kind of
1 cut, lJ Hard'. Knyw );lnbueu:. hud '" Fertilizer; '
fdrmsgyl'yeara'been"' ( the constant. fnvor J: TI11S you need for your soil. *

I to totally.remedy. 25o, JWo and* J.Od i .Write for our little booklet

,., at $11 '-' Have It Guaranteed to Look Better Wear Longer ..., r' KlENl
I for the '
News:' 4 iAAit"C< : asking.. ,.
l "mail' baa: written: to the. M f = .__.
>yr-, fjn and Cost Less Than the Besf White Lend Paints. ,-----" ---- - ---.
reoon\ Mas*,, tojroturufa( i wife f, j I. ,

hl.ifl from amonjr I lie. ,tvottou: of ik-, i 'flintiest( Casli Price ; .
.. city. Why auyliody! should i
h r New England .n wball, \vhea Georgia Lan.r 'Fadtj, Cracks, Chalks, Is Hoi Afftol.d by. 6dor, _"? \ Paltf I lor Dru Bon&s- : tf.f
peaches" are 'Jnmoioufl' and '' .'
BO. pIeQt.\t'\ i
lul ifi past undemtuntlinnr.: Fogs; s.i.Ir. or Any Cllwala Cndltli: >n -Flfly' sample >! j We defy the"" world to produCe
i FLORIDA JPERTILIZJSR MA 'UFACTURiNG CO blue for the cure of all form, of
. CowghluSpcH: J-c-iDOat"t' .: Colors end Htoslralad EookhS: ulpad( to Any flu, and UIadder troubles,aDd dl
< .
.. . r'?.Harrl DJ lrwQ In.poo 2,1 chokedt t. Address Absolutely free, OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. peculiar to women, that '"wlll'jl

drrath'early' yesterday. morning at Ilj.( | AGENT, \Vt B. MAKJNSON CO. K-ISSIMMEE FLORIDA I Smith': IiUI'e'lldneJ Cure.
homo m the prenoncw of bl/t.. ,wife: ijiiir ; ; eight per cent of the vases tret .
i .+- cbUd.Ho cont.rllcWod a .11 br.cold afv#.' S :x>oocaoc <>ooocoooogKooeoooocooooooooooocbeoo6ooooeeC. < Smith H SUM Kidney Cute thatundertiurobscrvatloahavebeen" ?
*lnys.ago .and w\'l.I-bnr.> l 1it{ >;ta lutefttifti' <'

v to. It. Y4-J mrilay' morning he" wanelzoU > ;""111'a1'V. """' '''' W" ? VIt\ .sell our- nulicln: 6u a., p<
wIth t flt'of voutthto'g( which uC i ..rr + tlt fiiarrunU{ If directions awfol *
cDulluiiua for Bomelluw. Mis wife nnr .A y fat ..A. <:AIU bNopre.'d..i, '' 4 N. 'II C. BRYAN, and itione.v.wlil. be refunded ttc.
tna'rlhysleialq' but, before ho oould, .. Dot. elf'Cte' ll. / *"'
"arriv M another.' bOughlng pull cau.eon.ind T r: : .:E:l .' 'lce M wiu and f 1.00.. Fore
D Ut'k well I 'j died from suf Oocrtla Fharmafyt tI ',,,
focation.,.-St. Louts'llobe.Dfvnocrn, ,,
Deo. 1, 1001, Dallard.- Horohound
Syrii' would .have favod'' hlmi; SSv, I graters &. Carson Grocer', Co.a

:1 BOe and $1.00'801. all "ullA'lst' ; J SMIpvalrwaRht ..

: .
: tw- - -WhoUMU and Detail Dealers l. ,
We would like 1,0, stet the 'ladies ol : ) t
_tr Vau3hula. "(/rganJise.) a Village'' 'In '

provement. Auocl tlon.. Such Org.anl&o.tlC1I1S > The Koof of the Great Reid M'lI8eum, ChicRge! Covering 8ev .J. Acres of Ground G.ROCERt.ES: : w .
are doing much' for 13rald-) / '1 1. Painted with Carrara Palnt-TLIw: <*lone After the Mwt Rigid Two .' I

S cntown and.othertowneandcoulddomuchfo St 'l'ewrllbur/r/ Sarasota. Year Test In Which it wa Found Carrara Paint was More Than Twice

r '\\ auohulii... There IB roora for many"| a> Good in lasting Quality M Any Other Paint Produced. ._. ''...,-'.1'1'.. /

public l liupruveuaenlu. in Wauchilla l' The co/t of palntlok the house and tern,outHilMlntfi 'from ;'tale' brick vra' '.li and tone frmxxto tln- :
and -we-would like-to aM the la.dle. in. and fancot a tanrr burden ClioRp roof and Interior tlnfuh of itately hotels> frail II A y
. 'terusto&rArlvooate..And ditto for I patnt..twa fads, pool or..,,11e! off And wbllo f-wl country burn or air shed or ollonp outbuilding 1tofanurenHeare Celebrated Fertilizers ,CRATES
', t' KIs 1mmeG. . : Mid oil I CUlts much awl to fea.ropl&ped 10oftuu : suburban borne or luxurious' .
to /pas
.' elty residence, -Carrara: Is used because It lasts (1 U'A I
.. ':"' '" _J 1, th.t It U a constant expenna' to keep the loojf/ r.'benrf.lde., oeTer oraeks never peels, :1'h T 0..
f Fight Walt he Bitter brltfit, cloaa-ppear no desirable la the covers more surface Chap tba. lilghent -prtcudpalnU -..;;.. y Circulars and price
e Those, 'who will 'persist In closing cory ootUr borne or the ektant. mandon. The ud oonti lint than the cheap mixed paints _?'r -' F.r.lgk.d-or. A... .qa,,oli. __. .
their ears 'against the continual :: ,, f oilowlog.M a few of the Urge u erf vt Cajr.raTbo that Injure tnttead of ''''lItt-oC. There Is but one 7f l MRS..1
re- <
y coinrueodatlonr" 1)1'Ifot'll: :, New I', palotl W ldorf-A.oW torl&, ]few York City. no of Cincinnati Carr&l'A.IU.maolob.LheCarr.raPaloCAreoc Ohio, and anyone bavins; a house toe ,, i
"Discovery- OonsiuiDpllou, wllj hll\' '' the must masotfloent hotels In the world hA, paint should Goad for DO free sample colors and Of eralr.alrny ?'..;'". i
., .' 'long'' ,,ana bitter tight with their used too and tons of the vorld-Umvui Curraraphlnt. our handsome Illustrated booklet showing ,' | HIDES: FTUR3 WOOL "Wins of Cardul It Indeed a blts Ig1
t trrolrbleS,1t.not\ ended earlier 1>.V ;.tat j FuUmiio Palace Oar(ter.; Cliliiwo T I.... 'many bullfiloiz! reproduced In all the colors Just to <>rtd.! ;>omen Having suffsred for itvca
..termination Read what'C. heal of'r I' phone Oo.| Central Unkw- Telephone Co.) Kea Mitlipy aro painted from this great paint that yliro with' weakness
uealL, Mln, ha to '' wood Club, Chicago; Ctnoliioatl 8onliorii hag stood tlia incmt rigid test.for years, and bear O.o-u.n.tr3r and-fcaar-'l
8ay : 'Lust rail 1 Produce 'ln duwnvina!
Specialty- and .
$ tried
,.tnjrwlfe had C. & B. 1. 11. R. Co. Denver& Wo\ Urauae u.n.1 la uilud that' It Is tho only paint over manufao; ; having atvieral
every.ymptc'n of eon Wellington howl CMaago., tured that Is backed by a positive guarantee la doctsr and uiirpt Ion. f. She took Dr.' Kind's! '' l>lsr From railroad box car to elegaotly Mobbed wIJi no '1,1'"' "'11 & of Cardal
case. .Kl, ::
In all owrr your
every Ulutrlbutlug depots '
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co very tifter vferythlotr.; else had allod cenoral offlooi of the (treat raI"! .)" ; Iron race Write today and Nn bait your paint '''''''''''''''' '''''. wn tIOI.1y thlnjl which -haloed saa,
14 Itapi'uvowPut.tsaLuO' n't. onoa and rO'll''' track fonoei aod stables to fancy olult .bOU'1| Ulls In the utore.. : and evencMiy( cc-ud Cm teerned I.

t .t bottles.i-d'by-O;' entirely' te.< i.....Vh4rfniUfitcc cured., her.. luarun 6oe. '' Carrara is for Sato ,by I ----- '-- ---- --- I THId(ho >y up Um the end weal correct! purr IrrtjularJOes.i ttrengthca.-

1 1, ;part $1,00, Trial bottles floe. ..... .. ,... . -- '":
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11i, ' ;;: QI ssi, nai Cards.; _--- ., - L High Grade Whiskey tlicHC diiiur woutU.:ior.'rl ailincr.U,,cxarian' tii ii6'thftt troiibli!'+,. falling>t AX of.any. the ot:

-. c "' ''''' I;1t'f't1T"t'it'tttttttt"t'tt"tt"ttt'tttitttt't'ttTf"rtTtt't' ' ' " ' ' 1I TttttT I JTiiufcino!> .'rtrwlfathomewtth:Korueu hare.
; \ .- '<,i: -, r......-' E= NORTH tlttaF' \. ,t'e remedy. Wine
r' A.: VANS AGNEW KIBBIMMEH. PHONE N. 8 c..t Gan''' V-w of Cardll1, Ii..
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ATTOR1YgY A'tt't.Aw
11 I I ; .;:.;.;.: .I" : GR'IFJ51 not. !*. well today All.
p- .
_ J AND'NOTAHY JFjrntic | '
. ; zm .. dn, qI! ":. .....,o .yl.OObottles.' For
r KISS1MMKE. :FJLA'Telephone t any rl t.. \. u l\x-ror;: bowel disor
... / Near '' .
Passenger Je TliUould .
Depot Kisstmrjnee -4'f
--- Ulack-Drauaht
. ,DR,. "J/\V. ;: 'SlMPS ?N J I : Ilancy ramifyGroceriesl! ( Hotel l and the Graves House. : .' ; tt.ed, .

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: : Iil nis? ; num. =" lI JEo'CARDI!
: f ..1:30 to 6.30 p. c:::=. I :_::::

,. tJ.._ '.r',._<< No. 78r, . Jun, b' lyr.JR .../. = <'Delivery eve' day, at any hour ; patronage solicited, 3 I now have the largest stock of Wines, 'Vhilld L' -.. w.a. w w. ..M.. .
; ', and Beers 'ever handled in Kj 'Jimm e. All .. ....:"W.r '

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t;... .,.. "01. iV', '4h >>.,:'alt( v SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 24,' 1901,, T"C"'Q:: .'J:' .A.DE: : : A, SPECIAL: .Z'Y:: :
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;; t r1:, : q.J "He WELL, t'Jp 1..aAt\! . . .. ... ... '. ... ...9r.Diu.jl'.OeLandF uuctlf.n. . . . ..... LT 12iLT 6 II' I I1 OO

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_ :! 1 and ;. lIo1 aLv .y......... ..{. .. .. ....... ..lakeland.. ... ... ..........I. . .. ... .. ..r.. .. .Iy liI'I'8-'ip 'A.
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-Chest.t; 11 inw Lv .,....,.,,........a..1...... .. ... BMUbvll ..... .. ... ... ...,.. ... ..... ..:LT IIJIII" ALES, WINES BRANDIES '
. II taa Ly.......,..'. .-..? .,..."........ ......Le .burr. ..... .?.. .. ..'. ...'........'.......,......r 4 46/1"/ G . ,
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i ,WL; %(annu lor&CoyYI 'a as a 07 M .......PlentCItx.. .... .. .. .. .
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....t ot<' <. J'1 . "'7 i"-- ----- ..*AaOpArau; \..;'.1. b..;.}.r G., ... .. ..D..Thonotocee.a. : ...:;|.... :.. ... ........... .,' .;:............LT < Wa L UGH T AND'.BOTTLE L : 't' nju>.:ijtiU tree and .1r\; ) vi.,

'4.'j. BE SrT 730. 1101'-/. ..... lud Une . ... .. C \.al''KIi. Free. p
.. '' L. .,a'T' EI Tampa Arlii.lf.lii* ; .. .. .. .HXP(. II Sup |
( ; 91IP.1.6 ', =.f.f. ',1..IDd Une Pt.l'e'.reburrLylnd Line... ... .. .. o Can Dnly be found In sslm"ee;
' '' Jaeepp., . y .... .. .. If(1IIa 4&p on Broadway 0 ;\ddta '
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; ; :. "' .k..w/' .. tlbi.. wc.r+wllvs t'a 1(1 8 OAp or;>p R 8 aop l.'p 10 A Alia lAp LT Ar Jaekaonrme'Arla Wnrercwi LT 0 Ota SfMi 11 l-era lip.V4Mip.II.'P 06 p. Ar LTJ141'p JonVnonvllle\"Id..ta, AfLT 4 9 a ale. R. BUTLER N .seawBLJY-t'THE. \

t.a I'- 8(>p l:1.4/1p: Ar nevanuuh' i,, 8 Wa 8 404 8 201| I 05 a Ar Tbnnl."I'o, LTLT "I" f ,

!; T.; Mh ((1l1URP_ ;. : ;.816,1. .,..,. ;1--4-dip, Ar\Vllmlnnton' Charleston LT t.y.11 8oj.. a.SAa' I''Olp kl.6a. .Ar Blrmliifrlmra MoulKom'ry, L* ap 7 4Ap"i

7. +1 I\p. Jl 4'la.' 7 (Op Ar. NuhvllleKvnnnTllle' LY 8110p N r
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I 26p 12150. .
: ,..i"jDStiCt o'"tL e.Peace. :'ryoia--i II.I 401 eta>. 9 T 14 Ron Ar Ar ,WMhhlg1ot.ne111..ore.Lr.gyia-2ltp---" IT S 46a ,.8 Jflp: ..' D1M1a/ Ar Ar 'Chlf.'AlLr LT 2arya 700p) .., E t": -

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. '4FI ;! C 72n. At CInolnuiitl I.y II f.p SEWING MACHINE :aPo

I 1-"! I ButUhi ., . II u & Lr JIon'Kom'y Ar G 11"|p
,.I id Orfki .ta.V.a" ; ':. ,. I'' : ,4 Up Ar Mobile LTl .ftp IVlAYIMARD LUMBE6 not be' d '
82p Ar NewOrIH'. LT. 92oa CC ; tbo N 'who adfa
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KiS q RID : '''u'"PlU>'I' ,, .. - Machine / .
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........... .................,. .....k .' .. a' 'LeesPnr9.Tkapa'Arrive K.y Wi-Bt: Mnndajrs Sundays,*, Frlrfrfjra Thursdays" TTM ft p"m : to bought from ua or any, of our can. i

""=':'- '. , .:..:.. :... ....I>\ Arrive L...... Key Haranoa: Went "'n"d.,., rrldnrs 7 III'80|>p m in Saw and Planing Mills dealers, from.15.00 to, i 18.001WE "" lo-
Tuesdays t
BatnMays 6 Oil
eybh.tlou'' .ran 'y'A '' 'Ltarell.v.nna tile. 'lay., 8.-aMaya, 12 O) a noon m ; MAKE A VANICTT.: . 'a'-
of :?lt Arrive. Key. Heat' Tuesdoya.' 8atnrd i, 8 :W) p in 'THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST
y .uri dgn, ap coacbL1t'rOT." ,. Ixv Ref U''At Tu fd jBatnrdays, 10811, p m N o v In operation Complete House Blllg :;
f Jerlou troubles inAj jufj'" ,( 1YJ .. I Arrive Pore Tampa.Wednesdays.. 8uo ; Timber Add .,
of !
J. Lumber all Klo .. ;
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trorllI DOU, JeepJewwM.jjijhatomacb \ .THJJOWaH ,
',,-.,it",_ Jl; .c.triO'fllttfr; < ;.wilt quickly .:fl .--TrulnsflZand. Isn.rr7Pullman sToeixtrs betw.en'New CAR SERVICE York Jaeksoavnieand, 'm ORDERS: : 'Pc.X-ED: :EeO: : 2: \ \ iVoiible F ." roomblnwl'vvlth other Thet.; '
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In PortTamnac I"J:1LY.
1, i :d'-'lIt'lII' er-char; troublesome ,caused <5ln' \* car rTlof throuuh-l"e-t..n MaTannah and jcnier CHyj dajreoachea between Jeck atroDt'11oInW makes the .

h ewer fails, i'.toue!' the"t< jiia ,''re-. rr.1a'uleawtWeeldngtouPnhlnan8leeoer Yorlt;>lO.\d Jiok.tmTllf, -/ -
"' ".u'' ,ti'ibG )(ldDcotet Ihul; 7IloweJ., :" lJ.n.' ,r Une alennu-ra leave' I'uuU OoMa for Fort and -f > 'J
U Ja..e"'hIt l Z4vet'i; &l')4I'1.l'r,1l'td1e1JIoad.. i peptlandal,8. a. jn.. rvtornloir mare Myers a. ....Myore arrlvlnic PiniU Intornlortlate Onrd 4 d.U8JC'. E3 W .. WeforCIRCUURS1"e r' ; "*' the 41JIo' ;
t'' ,IiiGlunin; rysldm_ lx!>Xlelhp< *ittlouUrJv.Jife .' ,I ,-.Through t Nest Pullman amt its"ants6ia'mer.learn Port Tampa 8nnd.r.. and Thurod.X'p.-ra----ll.frt p. m., fCorxat ., ab4 5ddr'F, ,. ' 10dt1A Mt'I i it 3 J .r:1Il U>:-: ; ,:

d ftntall tfle usuatattendtDR aCbPS'ean-' led f ftowHt' R.tliwa7.sleepers:.; 'betwbeti> Port: Tampa' and sew York- -U.oUI- -I . we ltlatittalOturQwdpneeetptoropnretla.loq .j lH& ;,."

1 ..,.lalktlAPer/taw! / ... ,EXscf archfnqal4td;-.J1ltLN"f. :thoroVghellrcttyLCa III only ...tape yor th"t tul4... .*ooll1plule"nfor. an4>T.eUaIjleluformatlou,, C.-WHIT, flvl.lolI.tls..r reg-anllnf f. ratef.., rmfrratlona.rta' Tanipa, Fla,,, C-.LIII.j_ ; i Cnrw- J ,! .1tE!.._BOMB: XEWIHff Mdtltgs&x: ; ?

:; .W. 'a idtti 't 18 k-tl"qd '1st. It. rlli'b t"t"i . 'of t WJ.n.KMf.R.TrAm"'.II'.uP"lrurA..o'!\ .., - EEilhpnTroMilW cmDR.MoPRHTr'B" .""".11. ..... . .
i : Wnml.ah B Union 1":
a&tl/1'II Ioa.. J3uaranteel byl . nil Sq. N. Ys Chicago,xu.;: 'A.&IaQte
), .p<>'''diC.t. /! $ -'- ; at. 'LoU1lMo. ;6a.,1,foj oj,
.i ; ).,.'"oJ > +?h ltl4', .. A-bowtly. .Mistake.. Ho'FoMud.a'Cure, jBLM0 a .h CNIdrut ,, ea'ol I Da1uTex.8au! I'l'aDGIactoo III.'' !
: .1 o/As Ag. roa CALK ajvMotbers. :: ,
t .Ii .'" : e. " '. ; *IJluu<1er.wire sornetlme ex R.fnl'Foster: ; 318 S.:' 2d Street.. Salt r..... Aid. < Dilution, IttJUIatq ,., t' , . .. +
WU very pen* u {a ...."0.. OYl/ii1I1AJ
t: ;"J; +tKi+ow ". .)11 Yk1. :; : ; Itself Jab l >; ; : both *. SCrIns lall ,%.t
... \ price of a rnlnrako, but'you'll never bewroosr ;ered with-: dyspepsia 'or indigestion Costs Only 25 cents at Draggbb; 'I nw child tad A1ak4, ;; .
' a.fgk' Who.woutdkeep. '
.- tFh : take'IOJfVe'A' Stbb for rntjr-one! I T Ihelr >LI'
"- ! t0u if,; you take Dr. Klnsr's New yearly have tried OraaUa> l, ..if W.O::. MOrScrf 'TEETtliNtI1'ASY J children *
J. good
W jlc. 1 ii bOttlAhraOwp.! f l many.( :dostors without relief,; ..but'.I ' .; M. aT. LOUI" MO., beaht: should wat.'b'10J' ttlr' ."
DlP'PIlal'! ,D16alnegd : : ' the flral
= tieadachdt :
eery -
,. ... p.lI ni"1y! !f or .,. 'atod"QlilnlneIrt ; 1.I"'../; r.nowwub't.: ; ....;;: Theylare 4?bare<--irtimeudllK found a cure lq! u Herblne I re .Mtab tire.N.aPIM.rr...... Dv.'ree ti ft1tTIUJJA... ... ..."( ........) S.. _.Ite raaa.a..... __._, Nertasot to CIte pu., 'Jinptoma,of''wormandremora''' ; ,tje i.
; .: Jrm-.nlP iU4 rflmp1ytn/a' ; > .gentjr'.7et' ' .14'' my friends; who are .u+aw..a/Mrw.olar..a..drl 1./W.1e.drr. ... leorew4 '- yw N y..r asrl err_,. VermltulreJl.rc, b'..
thorough; ,25ts"" Q.ceola ys.y.kl.a .
a+'61,9tek ".1Qf'P' .1'lp.C re. :;iQ ,, afflicted I that way" arjd i Ii curlnthem. Mgirt.s e.ry..rn. In_.... W.Miatr.uar .
t'bari ; s ssu i17 NUM..Ie .... ....., It gets 4ta-.a- ,
J'IMIo4'; \ 1'r" :; aofr C'MO.fiOo at all i.idraAprgOOO.aNfnlekly4.M..kMsI. : .: IM iu_sera .
druggUtsK'r . j'Ula" their
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