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: March 25, 1904
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00117
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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, ,CATTLI3'MEN,11.. | C.ONYliNT10N. matiaconditlone. but. .as, rapidly at COUNTV. CORRESPtlWOENCE.V .) .. realtor Pointer. .'1

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t i ,,.,. to.-i:. A, Canoe Elected: P.. ..- :, Resolved, That we commend the appbintment < ,, 0: Reporters...* the 1'4.w. through e throw the proprietors of THOMASON) & JROBERtSQN' '
the presidentof
by permanent .
*< ...... Chelrtaa this organization of .a legislative From' COIl1..a'tl.,Their Respective." the the current channel events of which the day we and receive extend f;: ,, ,

; { The Cattlemen's Convention met .In committee who shall examine the laws, to thenxour, congratulation over '
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.(Jacksonville pn Tuesday .morning; a of Florida and Georgia .In. reference %5 Kelly Klips.. the success they have attained In the : I DRUC3C3ISTS..1' I ,
/large/ number of delegated being j>rn- to .tookrallllnjl'l"and who, .after such management. of our county journal.The l
'' O.-K. .the Jack examination . recommend'such:: Of course la 'a ,neighborhood 'so Governor's table graced bya ; \ :
eo''C..pt. Oal'Dert'ot : was
r- and such It 1 is not matter to' keep NEXT 'DO R TO STANFORD'S; ,; DEALERS t IM:
sonvllle.Board of Trade called.the amendments to existing;; laws large an easy Six pound t.rout'receotly. the proud ., ;"
order and Introduced lion additional legislation as. shall best posted In regard to all our people-; trophy of the hopk,-line and !row bri .
James. and Interests of I suffice-It. to they -all seem, to be DRUGS MEDICINES ,
?' Wjlson, National/Secretary/ promote prot.eott.be. say gade. The treasure of the' deep are ; STATIONERY .
of Agriculture., W stock ; ,"ower.. t __ busy In their various: employmentsand I being r..pldllunfold.d' by. these 'ar' ,
l A was effected Believing that the upbuilding of our I., there ,is very Hale' idle bad! dent of and the hearts. .
permanent organisation nona Neptune, ; aI
by the Unanimous .elecLlon "of 'agricultural Interests are of ,vital Importance eaten. :, of ibe.Peghornlana do exceedingly rejoice S .AND TOLIET ARTICLES *, M ?, a
1' Senator Carson as Chairman. to.the permanent, prosperityof Mr. 8. C. Pat-tin; the personification therefor. 1 : .

' The. following program"was announced our beloved Southland, and that of enterprise in our beat- has a Beans of the variety. are now 7
',' : the bl1t1dlolr aDd maintenance of good large force of hands employed |I.. on the Pbghorn snap market-uot shipped "DR, ,*F., O., THOMASON: has charge! of ,the re.criptfOf\/dt '

r called to'ordeV f"ConveDt.loo in' 'Lhe roads is one.of the best agencies torwakedand clearing and preparing for cultivationa froin .broad-but ,home production.Mr. partment andJ.'Z. ROBERSON,'Salesman. and. f."t;, ,; '
Board of Trade assembly rooms by develop such interests\ tract of very fine hammock land. ; he Wm. Goblet, candidate foroountycommissioner Business-i Manager ,J ., '

., a president of the board C. E. Oar. Resolved. That we-use all. honor- is evidently in favor of expansion: picked the frstjoad! .
Mr. Vernon Partlu will be the
of Jacksonville.Address ble to Induce. every Individualand on. this -
moans
ir vicinity.' . 8ha.re'Df'l
of welcome on behalf of the'Jacksonville all repre.en jlLtlve.- of the peopleIn market Id due season with early wa Our Foghorn rooster has assumed ,; .. Give ua a ur patronage and 'we. will show,. oiu'o

\ Board of Trade, J.. O. town; county State or national termelons will make; from-this present hualnpnaMr appearancesHft an additional responslblllto" One of honesty of, purpose, ' o;fX111111
Christopher of Jacksonville. .government to use their Influence toawakt"n -- Droftt.AbJp.no: his brother having been killed, he ,, '
Ed and Messrs. .
1 i Response by some mauil/er\ of the interest on'thlslmportant subject Wbaley has taken charge of said brother'sfire
-and ask for and devise legislation 'and Si. C. Partln sheared their sheep
to and 62 cblldren
wives
convention. ;
> last week 'obtaining a reasonably _. .. . . )
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', Address Hoo..Ja.mlVp.( I1. United whereby aid can be got trom. a. Save one lone washing machinerepreseniatlve - - -
: States,, Secretary of Agriculturewho lional, State atd county sources to good yield of wool. the agency -business. has { 7/
Ice entertainment atH.'TNewton's JIUtn'' J U1T1111111' ,n f ''un j"
will be Introduced by Mayor Nolan. build good road.being. Joclted .by An cream > been dull during the past week. .! 111Jf t.ttJnTJ mlt.tt1t"n" iSee. i\\ 7E
few
pleasant
a daysago wall
. such examples aa stated by the'nonor- Several of our citizens'* were In attendance .'' .
Address What the Cattle Industry orable director of the office of public affair. Coolness rapidly disappeared oh court In Klsslmmea during "; ,. .,'Thld.Blg; SignBAKERY.

Has Done for Florid, Z. C. Chara- 'roads Inquiries Martin Dodge, and the warmthof friendly a recent session and the failure '

,bliss of Florida.! wherein he cites the plan of the State intercourse became aglow of ol of said court to co-operate with ...taerallroa.d L CITY "
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Miss Nora Partin teacher
General di eullllon. Adjournment of' New York as being one the best la schedule caused said. citizensto .
No. 35 visited her home Satur-
for dinner. his opinion; ,and as having accom- last walk the railroad. ,/" . '
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yaAtternoon solution -2.3Q, p. m.Appointment .. plb eduDder it moro In two years day, return In of eotnmltteos the. than had that great Empire State accomplished morning. terrified the hand and.eye the
:: on This will soon be a land of milk and grasps E Thofis"tl e, Place .to Get i
organisation of a Stockbreeder's As- before In two hundred porkebof a candidate Is' abundant ,, ,
-the is already-In abun-
-eoolatloo.Address. honey; honey proof' of their patriotic devotion to '
years.
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; Soxitheri Grasses against Whereas, In the prosecution of the danco and cow-penning eensonhas ar- the spiritual,welfare of our 'devoted"

'the Grasses of the West, Col. i. C. purpose for which this convention' isImld rived. substantial staieDmen and the back-door tip Is iSoraethiflg( G09dto Eat t : :

'.Wad, of Georgia. the foreign market is a most important I Signs better of the cattle prosperity were only a private way they h..o f receiving /
HGeneral" discuHsloti. feature'in any well considered never \ are Improving on their owu lips the proof -. "

-Addre.'he Marketing! PoDslblMties" 'iiroject of cattle jrrowlng and marketing sheep and hogs arc doing well and that cordial friendship jjlows with the _, h' . ,i:. .
the groves'are supremely: beautifuland ," .'. " ' 1 .t ,.....
of Florida Beef vs. Western Beef, Ri ; andWhereas same life-giving power from the longas J \'
4 f i; W. Storrs of. Florida There f is oue Hue of elf jrtIn fruit.will put on a very' large' crop of well as the short neck E Freslr.Bread, Pie: and Gake.eieryDay.! ;;' .. ': iY) f'E

i, Adjournment. the United Stales which is neglected A carload of goat recently receivedby Diamond X' Butter, Made from.Pure: c eam,. ,1-lb Pack: \ ; \
I Night session, 9, p. m. and, given over mainly to foreign It Saved HI* Leg. the Governor ha furnished employment ; : ,

Address, a Review of the Industrial capital, namely our merchant marine, P. A. Danfurtb of LaGrange Ga. to master Stetson and Brady affes.Large Aesoitment f-haunchOoods ,. ,
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Development of Florida, S. A. Gaits- engaged in foreign trade. ; and suffered for six months with a light.ul Benton, who have adopted the time == ., ,; .I" '
1p Jclll, of Florida.! Whf>rcll.s. But bout 8 |per cent. of / runnlng.sore on his leg; but. writes honored custom'of lulling. C Candy? We Have Plenty of- it from,15, 'to ,6Oo Per lb. : : '

t 4 General TltKcusslon. our entire foreign commerce carried i|I that Bucklen's Arnica Gaits wholly An unknown candidate left the registration E Also large Stock ofPenny Goods. ", r' ". . .3' ',{ I
Address, What Cattle' reedeu Will In American ships, and nearly cured it In'e For ulcers books with our veteran Mr. .t
days. If too. to. come tq Somthinff .Gppd to Eat,
.JDo. for Southern Georgia, C. P. Goad- OOOIHK( ( ( ) is contributed annually wounds, piled I Us the best salve In the F. 11. W arreu. His visit to'' town Is, E busy us Jot ( ;'!'

year; of Georgia. owner of ships sailing 'orelgn 200"1; world. Cure guaranteed. Only 2'><1. we suppose, to Investigated: I E Phone 65 and we will Supply Y
Address, Range of Cattle of Florida andWhereas. Sold by Osceola Mrs. Jno. L. Deacon has been con : livery .1' "
: II' L. Anderson, of Florida. This question is of. vital PJ.1ar.cL-: fined to her bed recently from sickness l iuiull11UllUllUllUUll1 : 'j:

Adjournment. Importance t.o. the American people, Baasvllle News. -notli\\oa very eriou, I bell/eve./ 1 l1U il11Ul1WltUUl111ti . ;,;

Afternoon-session; |p. m. and should not be treated as-a political The weather Is very fine oc the crops. The distant. sound of hammer and --- .-" J .
f Address, Winter Pastures and Forage (+iiie.nllon; and All the people seem to have: 'their saw uiJictttos that Improvement are : ..' "
I'-' Crops of the Southern States M.JV' Whereas. A bill ls pending: hr Con- crops pretty well planted In this part In progress around North Peg-horn .',1
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Crosby-Expert, liureau of Plant !green for the creation of a commissionto of the COIUlt)'. proves to be our enterprising citizen, .- ,- : 4VT
4' Z lfe U. ti. Department of Agriculture. consider the ell lr" question, and the Miss Hattie Barber and Mr. Sab. Mr. Ike Peterson, preparing for the """"" '

Abdreas, Foods for producing stock revival" of our merchant marine,' and Fertlc were happily married at the coming season. There are rumors 3. ;

and their economical production, Professor report back the results of its deliberations home of the bride's parents Mr. and afloat that another "dear" hunt Is in The Largest'LINE

C. M., Connor University of to Congrp+. Mrs. Thomas of Finny Point, Sunday operation. Should said hunt be successful J "r"r'Ii
i Florida Resolved, That this convention morning March 20th, 1004. We wish, the customary life sentence ; f
AddrelibWhy cattle In Florida and truststhat this solution of the matter them a happy life. will be pronounced. t i

Ia can be fattened for which will wlihUraw this. question There will be services held at No. Miss Jane Drawdy was a guest of GCiODSEver -
less per Pound. than Cattle In the largely from the political arena and 10! school house Sunday next. the esteemed( lady of the White House OF 'SU/WMER/ \ : : .t

I West, H. E. Stookbrldge of Florida. present to view all phrases of remedy The measles has left old Basavllle ( Mrs. B. ) on Miss Drawdy' return .4

E" + 6 p. m.-Repo..t.a of Committees for this condition of our merchant marine at last after doing all the harm they trip from Klsslramee. ? .. t. 01'-. ,

t -Permanent organisation to be wffeoUxl. has the approbation of this con could while here. We were glad to The l't'l horn emporium Is still the Brought to kiasitntiie i '7

"HB"i !>v.reports of oncers etc. ventlon. see them disappear.The center of attraction ..monll'luclLhen.. . { ) .

Adjournment. sloe tlie.w air 1* well filled with the perfume The jewel department ha' been extensively '. .- . ,. .". ,
'_ The discussions were led by H. A. Program of the Farmer luatl- 1'
. ? of orange blossoms. patronized of late. T .l 'k, ,:,
Harrows, O. .P. Healy, William Edwards tMte, March 29th.; W. A. Thomas and son have 'lust Our milk and butter stock are rapId Freezers, -

Judge Uolcomb, Commissioner finished an eleven rail fence staked ( ly Improving and our visions of future Refrigerators r :'I:1
B. E. Molds State Chemist U. E. Following program has been arranged and ridered all the way round his delicacies beooooi* 'more realistic '' '

'no... ______ for the Farmers' Institute to be field and expect to enlarge his geld Dear hunter have beevtrespaiilag ... Hammocks. .;,,> : "y; ; t
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The Convention adjourned on held here on the '2 thi -which will be before long. on unforbldden territory since the last. Go Carts. Etc, -. 'I-" .r;' -',., :,". ';'A'; *
"Wednesday afternoon and :after a supplemented.by several paper. to be Mr. Sam Batten 1 II putting' 4 new e mmw lcaLloD. 8. u.. Fertlo the '"
Prices
At it I:
.most successful meetnijr. read. by (citizens: fMOKNINQ. I wire fence around his field. Miss Hattie that Defy" Ce> 'Itpetltlog
transgressor; captured ,
An association. ,formed to be Born, to Mrs Mann of Live Oak Barber. Both plaintiff and defendant I. . ,..,. '\ ..',......,".... :",;" ," :. ... .". -. ..(,-c' .....r., '9'
Jcnown: as""the SouAeastern StoolcX3rowers'Aisooiatloa '10:3: .-H. A. OOI.ar'ln.ecto.. Enemies last week another fine bO,. Mr. Mann having been pronounced pUt. ;J: ''; . ,;.;;.- ', .' l''

\' : ; a full set of and How to Comuat Them. U highly pleased with his new, son, : our Governor rendered the usual life :. To be Found at the'Store of :
by-laws was adopted and officers elected I \ 11:20.: S. H. Galtsklll.-Livestock.AFTERNOON. and hope he will- soon be'big enoughto sentence which wa received with complacency : :
as follows: plow. by both parties on Sunday, 1 I .. :
S. H. Oaitskilll of McIntosh, preil- Mr. Tip Padgett ha sold out his March doth. }

4dent.C. 1:30.: -II. Harold Hume.-Diseases farm at Sunoyslde and be and his *lster 1iWAkfJRUN.OVER / "
. Carson of Klsslmmee & Jot Ila Vine/ -- GRAVES & GRAVES
A. vice- of Citrus Fruits &0. Padgett, have returnedto ,
to :president.Ir 2:16.: -C. M. Conner;-Hay Crop., their home at Bassvtlle. where they ,..,... ,:
(X. Wade of. Cornelia<< Ga., eeofond &d. expect: to remain for LOCAL ITEMS
\ . t 1 nty..w i irY
I rloe-presldent. With best wishes to the many read- t p,
: Dr. H. 1:'. Can GI' Auburn, Ala __ Mon Rlota. irs of the Valley Gazrtte, E. M. NcxriCKl-4500.00 new..rd. will be , -- .It.,

third vice-preslifeat.| Disturbances of strikers are not paid for evidence that will lead to ,.

/. -A. Holonaoa,, of Jacksonville, nearly as grave as an Individual disorder Olva H..ltll.Vllltor ..! TOM. conviction of any person cutting or +IFMNhelt11 .re+ }'r.
.' t Herbioe IWtilWtil/V1/ +1/i1F1116..<+Itii.+Li...... .... ...
secretary. of the system. Overwork, loss is a boon for sufferers from damaging the fences or (rates' around
X' Jasper Summerlin, of Bartow; treas of sleep, nervous tension will be followed aneamla. By Its use the blood 1* of my pasture. iSUNNY
w, rarer by utter collapse unless a reliable quickly regenerated. and the color become GBO. W. HOPKINS. SOUTH'YERYST1Btn; IM }
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Executive Coiamlttee-A. 'O. Cum remedy la Immediately employed.There's normal. The drooping strength W. R. Billiard of : i
Basilnger ,
j mer:, of Jacksonville: K. M. Storrs- nothing efficient to is revived.. The languor la diminIshed spent 6
-DeFuolalr Springs; J. M. Lee, of Kliimmee disorders of the'llrer BO or kidneys cure as Health, vigor and tone pre a portion returned of the from week six bere. He baa TIM .A.... MANA.CH-. ,) ' 0.. ,I'i l .,.'Ld"
just weeks "
a tour of '
r ; W. B. Heuderson, of Tampa; Electric Bitten. It's' a wonderful dominate. New life and happy'activ.
4f .:'O. Murphy of Braldentown; John L. tonic, and effective nervine and the ity results. Mrs. Betle UShire1), his the west, and talks. Interestingly of - _ groadwayr Opposite Postoffece.Now : :::-1';
trip. He the '
;CEdwards of visited stockyards of ; .
| J. A. Cran- all around medicinefor MIddlesborough, III, writes:' "I have '
lordof. PI1..oUa.bI'11 McQueen down systems. It dispels nervousness run, been troubled, with liver complaintand St. Louis and Kansas CUT while f 3Ci89imee: .. ,.; 1 'lor1d.e. '

k"; Cbafres.: of Florida; W. R. Townsend rheumatism and neuralgia and expels poor blood and have found nothing away _. r_ '. ., > ,

''Of Brunswick Oa.{ W. L. Olessner, malaria germs. Only 6(10. and satisfaction to benefit me like Herblne. I hope W. B. Townsend Of Lanier. I .. ;
'
.j of Macon, Oa.; R. E. Parks, of Macon. guaranteed by Osceola Phar- never to be without It. I have wished the week here and Informed spent a open for business, with a fait equipment! \::of; vnew"Bug- s l''f e''k
Oa.; C. C. Thooh, of Alabama. that I had known of it in husband's portionthe ' :
Jt. H.J Welch, of Jacksonville; Z. p. macy. lifetime." boo at.Thomason my & Rober- hood people of that neighbor* glee, Carriages and Surreys, Stylish-yet safe) Horses' and Drl- ')i,;;,; 'i:;:

'r .,'Chambliss, of Ocala. and a member To The Public.We son's. barbecue are preparing the fora picnic and yers. Your patronage solicited. It.. will be our pleasure to pleasaour ..' 1, '
28th of .
on April. It will
,-Trom.Alabama to be supplied patrons. Olve UI' a call. "' '.(.If'j,;.'
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'..Resolutions lake this Method of notifying Echoes From Tantl be given at the ford on the south side '9'C1t
were adopted :
i tbanlelnjl''the
t press, Board of Trade, Secretary you that we have bought the City We had a very'heavy rain the past of Jane" Green swamp. Everybody in Phone 10Q' : ; \ '

;of Agriculture, eto. The committee on Market and would appreciate share Monday afternoon; which was very vited. ; . > 5: ? r.
.resolutions reported follows: of your patronage\ we shall handle much needed.If Kentoetb.. Butler killed a lar e wildcat 1 r........... .....................,........... 1 ,
Whereas In the only the best Florida and Chlcagomeai. : want a good .. In Hoaehlll '- .
last
< prosecution of the you newsy cemetery Sunday. ,'t \
purpose for which this convention Is and our aim shall always be to subscribe for. the Valley Gazette .nd His little brother, who with some other .. I 1" ,'
.called,, it-Is especially Important, to please you.orders Thanking you in advancefor thereby keep up with the current news. children was playing la the cemetery, __ I m II I in I I'tf' I .*. .. M .. I I t I (I..t ...t't- t .i. .......fl .t' ''f f ,)' ,s

.secure information possible as to, your we are MK Peter Raulerson attended church discovered the "varmint" sitting no- i*
''>cattle'growing, breeding and fatten Yours very respectfully) Saturday and Sunday at.Ft. Drum. der a bush and r** home and Informed Semt. Tropical NurseriesOrlando : ;'}' . '' lf,

'.flngand I m..rleet.lnaand.; M. G. W ARINO Mra. Lewis Raulerson and childrenare Ksnnetiv who-took his jl'unalld i It.... ,. , .. :'
fJOlt
" ,y;p Whereas, There are many oatt.le. Phone 01. H. E. OVEK8TlUE'l'!: visiting relatives at Ft. Drum. dispatched. his catuM forthwith.P. " .: "f' "', !Ie: .

_k .and live stock ....oclatioD. In the Averted. Miss Ruth Hancock visited her D.> Graham, thaliveryman has 1 Florida!' \ (
Tragedy :
United State.ReeoIYed. friend, Miss Faith Baulerson, last returned home after several day's' absence : ,' : 'VJ: 'st t l. i>
"Just In the nick of time little
pis w, ,'That this. convention reotnmends our Sunday. in the eastern part of rttoemmty" I It you' Intend planting anyVruitTrees'this1&11\ ". 4 "
, to the boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. Watkins : A party of English people cruiserson :' : send me lis'tof ". '
1 permanent organlxaton where he.jrent ,
to guide MrdJ.0. Friesof ,
"'' to be formed communication with of Pleasant City Ohio. "Pneu the East Coast stopped overhere Brevard county from the tft. Johns your wants and I can save you money pr..OrangeyPeach,*n sail
I monla bad played havoc with him a few day the 'week' ; I Pear and all kinds of : !: "
rand fdr pan on their
arrangement ; ,
i a systematic ex- way river to Ft. Gardner;; Mr. Pile Hi la ; -ohangeofi.'literature, and views with and a terrible cough IHJID beside to Bell City, where they will meet their understood U going over the groundfor une1stock ) '. ",-. ; ", t \ j i.'ijf"
, '.uon organisations, especially toIlo.etll.S&at.e& I Doctors treated him but be grew woreevery boat, Messrs. Lewi Raulerson and of selecting: a route to ". pox efts WiR'.SPEI'I: f' " .i.I '
day. At leogh tried Dr. -J:
with somewhat,, similar ell- we John Evans took them by boat to Bell be surveyed for
r'. JClng New Discovery for Coosump- City from this Place. Melbourne and Bartow a railroad, : to connect :.t ..... I t ... II t.. ...it... ..it H. I i t't'i i tt I'ff .t .\. ....,.11.\...,"" ( .;f
i ," Do |t Today. tide, and our darling) was. saved. --He's Last Friday a week ago Misses '. H'f'I'. l! .
now sound and well." Everybody Charlotte Time lJi,..' horses and mules to purchase \ '' ='<
Melton and :
Thl.'thne Tlshi Parker .. !
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l worn injunction "never which be Notice of r' 1 '
ought to know Its the only sure\ cure two charming 'ladley from Bas- recently went to Atlan Application for' Tax
' pat off 'till tomorrow what you can do for coughs, colds and all 1jor'd1. young ta'arrived MODda,..'- They are a nice 'NearlyjPorfeitaHIa &.J,.,. .' ,Ito'
7 ]today*' Is now generally presented, la -. singer, accompanied bv Mrs ,EllenParker lot Deed 'Ur/tier Se $ion' 8 of A. 4' ; .....
eases Guaranteed Oaoeola. Iiharmany. and there ts not a sorryond ,
by
and Mr. Millie Walker amOll1'bem. almost :
this form:', '.Do U That lathe visited .Yaws yf.Florfda A rtttcway ending ''I.,
todayl" Price GOe- and $1. Trial bottles friends and, relative. here Nothing else' could" hare been Chapter. 4888 < ""fatallyr. .J r -h
for.r.1
( terse advlea ". want, to give started a. bo..lbl.10ftI' on the'J 'of 1 jz '
: ; you free. days. expected when Time.and<< : Jim' Miller .. ,, eg "'''
r ;'about; that naaking cough or demoralising ,I.'D.. Orner. Franklin Grove, in.,For J.dAy :
" .Mr. S. B. Holt) .from ltewH"T.n. put their beads together In the selection Notice Ii heteb t rrlv.a dot E: C I> OveratrvM four 1; .
cold with-Which you have been School Shoe at Stanford'. guaran. Coan.. the week and'buying. Several sale from pnrchu of T.K C.rtlpe.te. No. 'ten,"7 glmIZ'Io..al days, perhaps teed. i spent before" last at the bunch have been made since Its 576, 68'J dated the 8U day ofon*.A O WOT, bet remedte.'BuVBaokle'Aeba Salve; .ff! t1)'
t 'j U.\. Take some reliable remedy Mr. Peter RaulersOn's.: He was much arrival...' -" lied Mid eenlllndH my o0e,and hu made lied no-trouble to cure ,him.;,; Equally '" !" t"';,

Kfor.lt today-and let that remedy be Cured CoucMtnptloM, pleased with this part of. the countryand ' sppllcaUoD. for, In, ,.deed-".. Ho-v\'IMU> <>;InseeordueewltbUw. .. < _. c = .< good.for burns,:' braisea,. skin erup-' w Q" + ,
. '. Dr. BosheeV German Syrup, which Mr: B..Evans.CharwateV.JCan. anticipates returning next winter. 'A'ouolr roan by the nami of Loater Bald o.rtIde tM _Krmo* th. following its lions and. pU..., 2So at Oeceola. barFREIICII -. ' t
i t has been In 'ua. for: over thirty-five writes "'M Be left last Monday MrvSamrGray: ; fell from a flat oar la thq'railroadyard orlbed proMitT situated In OsoMla.eawitr, ma y.' 'i'i\ 'J ;,_.
earL;'"A few doses of It will undoubt- three : ) husband lay' sick for took him by boat as far as Bell City. here last Wednesday and received rioridaTto-wtt WU ; : > 'sad'nv'ot: ''- '.f'f'' ,, t . "
months, The doctor ,. '
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/" OUI" cough or cold, and had quick \ v' yorklBK Ovirf]tea, severe injuries,'to 'spine that E 8ee,16.'Ros5j50.fW: 0jY: 1 "- -- . .. ,.'., : ,
3 tJ OODLlouJ: I con.uDlp'Uon.tWewocuredI result In; ( sod J4 eec O ahd EN "i. ,
use for; a'few' days will may permanent disability. :: NM of X
bottle hour-, 'are c\e'1W
a of d Eight laws I
"' I I Horehound Syrup : Ignored by Dr. Hicks was called, whose advice tl, a r. << !:
a + '. our you completely No matter bow and it cured him.;'',That was six year* I those tireless little ;workers-Dr. he upon ? Tbs Mid lands befog umavd kt tit* dU ttbctuaaoo UI"I""M''' .r-u ';;; l.'; ftMlass ,'
1 sent Orlando hospital.
deep ..ate410Ul' OOllirb.eYeD If dre..d.JO was to :
of snob oitifleat la the nann ofewtlflottm
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ar possible with aiL, . .' .c. EDITOB: -We lift our\ hats rOO . If f!

q' .at< r C., A'. Carson Elected Perma I Resolved, That we commend the ap. V.Ot, Reporters Giro the Pews. through courtesy' to the proprietors ofthe.cbaDDelthrouarh''W'hlch THOMASdN '& RQBJERSON .
polntment b> the permanent president Their we receivethe . ; r
From RespectiveCommaaltiea.
cihalrtnaTh f; ; \.i
. aeat *. of this organization of ,a legislativecommittee .. current. events of the day and extend : ' ,

:I.'' !! Convention: met In who shall examine the'le.ws . to !them our congratulations over .
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Jacksonville Tuesday morning a of Florida and' Georgia In reference 'Klips.: t.he'lluooe they have.attained In ...heQutnaJlel1ent. 7" Lit : !
pn "w. Kelly
after ..uchexamlnat.lon *
.tockl'al.lo/r' who V
I.larp number being i>rea- to / of our county journal.The fc
delegated eelghborhood -
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shall > course -lo-'a' so
recommend' such ": '
< Governor's: tsblwwas' graced bya INERT DOOR TCLSJ-ANFbrtD'SVJ DEALERS
; K. of the JacksonvlllaJBoard -
eat. Capt..C Garner ; JIIDRUGS
( laws and such large it In not-an Mo'.1'mtt.er to keep ,
amendments to existing six pound trout recently, the proud
; ot called the
Trade
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additional legislation as shall best posted in regard to.all our people-; trophy of the hook.'line and pole brigade. '
meeting to order and Introduced Hon. suffice-Ib to they aU)! seem to be MEDICINES STATIONERY ; .
of say ,
the Interests '
". James M. WJUon,'Nation' UXeoretary, stock promote: growers.BellevlnfTihat and protect. busy" in_' their various empfo'meDtaandLhere beingjrapt.dly. ,Tbe treasures unfolded''bythese of the, deep are ardent ,, ; '

/. :cf'Agrkulture.A, .. organisation w "was ef.footed the upbuildingot our is very,. little' idle bread. I ions of rJeptupe, and the ;HeartsOf AND' '
permanent Gp'
by the unanimous election ol agricultural the Interests permanent are of prosperityof vital Importanoeto eaten.Mr. S. CX:: Partin, ,the personifica U)>e therefor Peghornlans" do exceedingly! rejoice -. S; ToLIEt .ARTICLES: : ; '1/: ,


.f.\. ', pounced.Senator.The following Carson as program Chalrmau.' .K.as any the our building beloved and maintenance Southland and of good that Lion large of force enterpJlse'of 'hands in Our employed beat., has la a on Beana the Pegiiorh of the snap market variety-not., are shipped now I[ DR ',FQ.tHOMASON'na, 'f'charge'of' the 'P 'e8crip i r n, .de-fig, ..4'tJ.. ,
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Convention called (,,0. order 'In the roads Is one.of the best agencies to clearing and preparing for cultivationa from 'abroad-but. home)' production.Mr. partment. . and X'Z,\ ROBERSON, Salesman and O .
I. awaken and develop such Jntereuts, tract of very flue hammock land; be Wm. Goblet,candidate for county ( kBuiiineis Manager '*-
Board of:.rode assembly room. by (
Is evidently in favor of expansion.Mr.
ta president of the board, C. E. Oarirof Resolved. That "we use all, honorable Vernon Partin will, be on the commissioner picked the. first! .load 'in.
".j'- to induce Individual this vicinltyjOurPeghprn' "
/ Jrwk.onvlle.Address means every market l In duo season with early watermelons S Give a share of '
and will show'
-assumed us
of welcome on behalf of the and all representatives of the people rooster has your patronage' we you *-

.Jacksonville;: \ Board.of Trade, J. 0.Cbrlstopber in !;town county, State or national .he will make; from this present'appearances business profitable.Mr an additional< responsibility. One of honesty of,purpose: -. " '* &' %$ '
Influence his brothers been killed be
*> of Jaekeonv111e.( government to use their to E 1. Wbaley and life........ O. having *!
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thin sub lt has taken charge ofsaid brother's
sponse by some member of the awaken interest' on important sheared their heeplast VVVVVVVVVVV WIIS
and 8. C. Partin
I o"n'Soo. ject, and to ask: for and devise legislation five wives and 52 children : C t
Address, lIon. James Wilson( United whereby aid can be got from national week obtaining -a-'reasonably Save one lone washing machine representative

'who. States.will be Secretary introduced of 1 by Agriculture Mayor No,. build good, State roads and ..county being sources Incited by.to good An Ice yield cream of wool.entertainment- at. H. T.- been dull. during the agency the past business week.. has 1Jrtj'1J"' ;{" ,jJ1tt) t"'ttfttji'Jlti11t1JJ1JI"Jlttttrtttttt\1Jtt" " '; } 1 ( \ i &\ .r *
Newton's few
days was
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a ago
such examples as stated by the honor- pleasant Several of our citiienss were In attendance '

,?. Ian.Address. What the Cattle Industry orable director of the office of public affair., and Coolness the warmth rapidly of friendintercourse disappeared On court la. Klsslmmee during : t . e; .h : Ig .Slgii I ._ ; .'

*"-. Has Done (or Florida, X. C. ChambU.s roads Inquiries Martin Dodge became aglow. a recent sessionand the failure .
01 FJorida." wherein he cites the plan of the Stateof / 6t school of said court co-operate with" the E. \ \
r '' General .discussion. Adjournment New York as being one the bout, In Miss Nora'Partin, teacher railroad schedule caused said citizens. E CITYAKERYfi:" ,
No. :55, visited her home last Saturday .
.1. ,tor dtn er.Afternoon. his 'opinion; ,and as having acoom- returpln to her school Monday to walk the railroad ::::
session -2.30( p. m. plished.under it more In two years The eagerness wty.li which our .un- ) ;fi

.. Appointment of committees on the.onraalxaUoa than had that before great Empire in State hundred accomplished ,morning.This will soon be a land of milk ant terrified of grasps candidate the hand is"and abundant eyes thepOI"ket E '0 : That Is' ;the;, Place' to Get 43, ;
of a Stockbreeder'a As- ( two : a
honey;-the honey is already' In abun .proof of their patriotic devotion to

oolaUoo.Address< ., Souther? Grasses against years.Whereas, In the. prosecution of the dance and cow-pf nning. season hal ar, the aplrit-ual welfare Of "out' ''devoted : i iFresWBead

o the Grasses of the West Col. L- C. purpose for which this convention is rived.Signs of substantial prosperity were statesmen and the back-door: tip la ii Something Good to Eat >;

'Wade: of Georgia. held the foreign market is a most important never bettor; the cattle are. Improving only a private way they, have of reoeivlnir j' /
well considered their lips the proof
/* General discussion. J feature'in any on owu
.bheep and hogs are doing well and . ,
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Address the Marketing llbl'It.It'sor 'project' of cattle growing and marketing that cordial friendship with the I '
\ the grove are supremely beautifuland from ,1 .' .. I ; \ .
Florida .Beer vs. Western Beef, K. I ; andWhereas aU1e'ur(!- h1nll power the longas "
of == I"
,. W. 'Storrs of Florida. Th.i-e-is ODe line of off rt will put. on a very large crop well aa the short necks.A = pie and akeeyeryDay) ;,' .".f.- .

j Adjournment.Kltfht. In the United Stales which is neglected fruit. carload of goats recently received Diamond Butter, Made from Pure Qream.. 1Mb Packw.aces. : '
\ ; 0, p. m. i and given over mainly to foreign It Saved Hla Leg.P. : by the Governor has furnished employment E_ > , 'i."
Address. a Review of the Industrial 'capital namely our merchant murine, A. Danforlh, of LaGrange Ga.; to roasters Stetson and Bray .* .' 1.1':J ,, '
foreigne trade andWhereas. Benton who baye adopted the time == Large Assortment of Lunch Goods. ._
Development of Florida, S. A. GaltaJtlll engaged lu ; Ruffered for six: months with a trlA'bt.rul ; .
-1::" Florida I But about pur cent of running sore on his leg but writes honored custom of belling.An E Candy? We Have Plenty of it" from 15 to 5Oc ''Per.lb.', ;1 ;-\1' ..

". General discussion. our entire foreign.commerce carried that HiKikien'a Arnica Save wholly unknown candidate left. the registration !- =: Also large Stook .Penny Goods. ., .
K' Address, What. Cattle Breeders Will In American ships, and nearly ':!OO.. I Cured it. in five days. For ulcers, books with our veteran Mr. :::: If too busy to come tQ.us for' .Somthing' '..Good' to Bat,, ;; ,t,,'
... Jo for Southern Georgia C. r. Good. 000,0(10( is contributed annually to the wounds piles Its the best, salve in the F. 11. Warrep. His visit to town, Is, '
I ;;: Phone 65 and we will .UPpll'YOQrwOtt1\s through ouCFreeDe, J ,".,, :
year of Georgia.Address owners of ships sailing 'orelgn flags; I world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. we suppose, to investigate.Mrs. ; ,
Range of Cattle of Florida and '' Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.Bansvtlle Jno. L. Dee.on has been con- livery System"f ;
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)I' L. Anderson, of Florida. Whereas This.question is of vital lined to her bed recently from sickness :
Adjournment. Importance to the An.irican people, News. nothl mr very serious, I bel\\ ve. 7111i11ilUlfLUliliu11UU11U1111tilUUu1flLtil111UuIailit1UU L i ..
Afternoon aeasion-1.3O. p. m. 'and should not trtiuunl usa. political The weather l ii very fine on the crops. The distant sound of hammer and '

Address, Winter. Pastures and Fort i question; and All the people seem to have their saw indicates\ that Improvements are :: f
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age Crop. of the Southern States, M. i Whereas A bill ls pending In Congress crop pretty well planted in this partof in progress around North Pegboru, It __ .__ : -F; '
A. Crosby, Expert: Bureau of Plant i. for the creation of a commissionto the county. proves to be our enterprising\ citizen. tI "f"T'he
Idle, .U.S.DepartmentufAgriculture. coiihiUer the entire -question, and the Miss. Hattie barber and Mr. Sab. Mr. Ike Peterson, preparing for the : .
Address, Foods for producing: stock revival of our merchant marine, and Fertlo were happily married at the coming season. There are rumors : : *
And their economical production, Pro- report back the results: of its deliberations home of the bride's parents Mr. and afloat that another "dear.bunt is in largest 4
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lessor C. M. Connor University of to Congress. Mrs..Thomas of Finny Point, Sunday operation.! Should said hunt be successful . :1 t. I. '.
Fieri fcVvAddlCj Resolved, That this convention morning March 20th, 1904. We wish the customary; life 'sentence. : i.J L '
Why cattle In Florida and trusts that this solution of the matter them a happy life. will be pronounced. \.F. 1t' j x ;

i Southern Georgia can be fattened for which will withdraw this question There will be services held at' No. Miss Jane Drawdy was a guest of LINE OF SUMMER, GOODS 1 N :
leper Pound than Cattle In the largely from the ,political arena and 10 school house Sunday next. the esteemed lady of the White House : "

.,.Weal, H. E. Stock bridge of Florida present to view all phrases of remedy The measles baa left old Bassvllle (Mrs. B. ) on Miss Drawdy's return ;* ""I.. t,..
r. 5 of Committees. For this condition of our merchant marine all the harm i; .
; p. m.-Reports at last after doing they trip from) Klsslmmee. \
:IPerman ut organization to be effected has the approbation of this con could while here. We were glad to The 1'egborn emporium Is still the Ever BrougliMo Kissimme6.'Freezers ) \

", bv reports of -oRlcera! etc. vention.. see them disappear.. I center of attraction among its citizens. t
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Adjournment sine die. The air Is well filled with the perfume The Jewelry department has been extensively ..
... The discussions were led by H. A. Program: of the Farmers' Isstl of orange blossoms. patronized 'of late.. I '1\11 "

:narro""' .. O. P. Healy, William Ed. jute March 29th.Following W. A. Thomas and sons have just Our milk and butter stock are rapIdly ,' ... "" . o 7

-warda.Judge Uoloomb, Commlaaiooer finished an eleven rail fence stakedand \ improving and our visions of fu- RefrigeratorsHatutnocks> ,, i
,B. K McUn, State Chemist U. E. program has been arranged ridered all the 'way round his ture delicacies become more realistic. I ,

,Kose. for the Farmers' Institute to beheld field and expects to enlarge hl,, Geld Dear hunters have been tre.pautng . .. -' :./

The Convention adjourned on here on the 2Vth, which will be before long. on unforbldden \errltoil.-since the last ';,," ,:'. .'. < Go Carts,.' Etc .-.\ t":-.. ?,.. *\._ .
: : supplemented several papers to be Mr. Sam Batten is putting a new communication. Fettle the .." ', ; .
"Wednesday afternoon and after .
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: a : :" : At Prices that 'lefyC0 ;
;. .most successful meeting. read by citizens: I' sMORNING. "wire fence around his field. transgressor\ ; captured :Miss HattleBarber. ; H', ) ''" I, ,! . .' i-, ;

-, An association "was formed to be Born, to Mr. Mann of Live Oak Both plaintiff and defendant . :;' ( 'w }''1''t'< ; .petitionv': ) ",. .;J; :'(\! , '"\
boy. H'} -r.-'ti'' ; ; ; : -. 7I 7\
. .kt own '-as the Southeastern Stock 10:30.-H.: A. Gossard-Insect Enemies last week another One 'Mr; Mann having been pronounced guilty, ., < ,. .,. ,.. .'
j{ '. Ifv-lawe. was adopted and officers eleo- 11:20.: -S. H. O..kftlldll.-Llye Stock. and bones be "will soon be big enough sentence which "was received "with complacency . ..
i- as follow.: to plow. .' by both parties on Sunday, .'. J
S. H, Galtsklll, of Mclntosh, preili.i.deoL AFTERNOON.: Mr. Tip Padgett hat sold out his March 20th.
farm at Hunnyslde and he and his sister OiltWAMV' '
}::3O.-H. Harold Hume.-Diseases GRAVES & GRAVES:
C. A. Carson, o4 Klsslmmee, vicepresident. of Citrus Fruits, Ac.. Miss Vine, Padgett hate returned ; t

2:16.-C. M. Conner;;-Hay Crops, to their home at Bassvtlle. where they .
I. O, Wade, of Cornelia Oa., aeo- &c expect to remain for ..whl e. RUN-OVER LOCAL ITEMS: ; .
.>ond doe-president. With beat wishes to the mAnY readers ,' .Y.. "J . l. ". .' ..
<;' Dr. of Auburn Ala More 'Riots. i :of the Valley Gazrtte", --'E.l M.:- NOTICE! 4500.00 Reward' win be - -- .-. ; .. :.,._;. :"" .,_.:....;..;._--J--- ;.. ...-'--...".:..,"" .. ;(.: '- _''',

'*,hhd vloepre.ldeatJ. .. Disturbances .of strikers a're 'not paid for evidence that will lead .toconrlctlon .. '. ;rJ.o! 1 I '.

'A. Holomoa of Jacksonville, nearly as /grave ..e..n individual disorder elves Health Vigor sad Tosie. of any person cutting or * ** * jul+ **.,* $* +ltji4 t: ; ;
.ecretary. of the system. Overwork loss Her bin* I. a boon for sufferers from damaging the. fencea or gates around 4 ,

; Jasper Sunsnaerlin, of Dartow; treas of sleep' nervous tension will be followed aneamla. By Its use the blood is or inside of my pasture. SUNNY ijW :.t L
urer. by utter collapse, unless a reli- quickly regenerated, and the color be- OBO.' W. HOPKINS. ,LIYBRY.STBLB. :
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Executive Committee O. Cum able remedy Is Immediately employed. come normal. The languor strength/ W. H. Hllllard of Basslnger spenta
:"'m.J'! 5of Jacksonville; K. M. Storrs, of There's. nothing .0' efficient to cure is revived. The Is diminished. portion of the "week here. He has TlMsfBroadway '
-JJeFunlak: > Springs' ; J. M. Lee, of Kls. disorders of the liver or kidneys as Health vigor and tone pre just returned from a sin weeks tour of :: ieAs, MANA.faJ' \ lJ'' "
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unmee; W. B. Ileaderson of Tampa; Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful dominate. New life and happy activity lobe west and talks' of Post r" !
loterestlng'y '
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pppiwlte :
.,.t7. results. Mrs. Betle Shire ;. ce B f7pXTorldcu
Murphy of Braldentowni; John L.. tonic and effectIve nervine and the I1 (, his trip He visited the stockyards of ., |
i .Awards;: ot J. A. Cran. all around medicine for Middlesborough, I1L, writes: "I have '
greatest : run St. '
PImOllthl. Louis and Kansas Cltv while l. if3Rtrs2neo.' &; 11Jr
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t.. fordf .of. lie McQueen down systems. It dispels nervousness, been troubled with liver complaint away y = i .
I: ra, of Florida; W n. Townsend rheumatism and neuralgia and'expels and poor blood, and have found noth : X *. 'j;
Jtatr
of Brunswick, Oa.; W. L. Glessner, malaria germs. Only 60o, and satisfaction ing to benefit me like Berblne. I hope W. H. Townsend" of Littler spent a =7 =- -.X V?,
of Manon, Ga.; R.+E. Parks of Macon guaranteed by Osceola Phar never to.be without It. wished portion of the week here and informed Now'open for business. with a' full equlpment O'f: 'new Busu aj : ; H v ,

LO Welch C. Thooh of Alabama macy. that I had" known of it In my husband'a u. that tile people! of that neighbor glee. Carriages and Surteys,'Stybsh .(yet Not,) j-fotses.alnd Drl-.' ) .; ',;4 '..t
tfl. of lifetime. boo at Thomason & Rober- "
Jacksonville; Z. C. hood are preparing for a picnic and Your "
I ten. patronage .oliclted. It.will be J'.
Chambllss, of Ocala and .member To The Pitblic.We son'.. our pleasure rto please .
a barbecue on the 28th of Anrll. It "will .. .
from Alabama be -our patrons" Give. u. a,,'call. $ I< '. :- li" ,
I to supplied. take this method of notifying Echoes; From Tsmtle. be given at the ford on the south aide \ J ..-- . ,.' j

he Resolutions Board were of adopted Trade thanking you that we have bought the City We had a very heavy rain the pa.t.Mond.y of Jane Green swamp." Everybody Invited Phone :LOa: :: : I't';I I IflIiMlRf ,, ]* ,: I '* f! '
press (
Secretary (4'
Market and would appreciate a shareof afternoon, which was .. .. -f 4'1".i'
>Agriculture, etc. The committee on shall verymuch h f.fi. .tF1....|.,..l .. . .. . ' I '
resolutions reported as follows: your patronage. We handle needed. Kenneth Butler killed a large wildcat ik1e1k" ., ., *.. ...... .. ; $ / :
Whereas, In the prosecution. iliapurpose only' the best Florida and Chicago If you" want a good newsy paper In Koaehlll cemetery last Sunday. 5 ,,,. '/'fJ'' '
meats ai llour aim shall always be to subscribe-for the Valley Gazette 10Jthereby His little brother who with some other "I 5 .. 55 /
this
J Wed!. .It for, Is which specially convention Important., to is please you. Thanking: you in advance keep up with the current news children was playing in the cemetery,' : .I .* '..... ** .M Ii.i'i i f4f ii' II"I .',. i ii i jVi it.j i "* t 1't" <;
for your orders we are M Peter Ranleraon attended discovered the .r '
'.secure all Information possible }! church "rarmtot" sitting tin
as to Yours very respectfully, Saturday. and ..Ft.. Drum. der bush aDd home and Semi i i
cattle- growing<; breeding and fatten Sunday si a raw Informed Tropical I' Nurseries;; (.
h. : .
JDw and marketing and, M. G. WARING, Mrs Lewis" Raulerson and children K nneth'r 'tI'ho&ook his gun, and .t ; ; '\ {
Phone 51. H. E. OVEUSTKEET. Are visiting relatives. at Ft. Drjim. dispatched his catsM? forthwith. ... '
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: hereu, There are many cattle t' 't ). : '.Ti>i: in -
hand live-stock : In the Miss Ruth Hancock visited her P. D;* Graham' has Orlando Floridfli' ' ( Awl
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associations.
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Tragedy Averted. ; ". >* ; : +
.." United StatesRe.olved11hat friend Miss Faith .Raulerson, last returned home after severalmday's' absence ">: : . i \er
{'. "Just In the nick of time our little Sunday. In the I If FnJlt"rteJ'thi"Ia1I"" :ift-'v :.
this convention ef tneretnraty Intend jlahting '
iff reo- eastern'pam you any send I
boy was saved" "writes Mrs. W. Watkins .- A of cruiser. ;meW>- >, ,,- ".
party English people "
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I mmend. to' the where went to guide Mr.J. O, Fries j. r'
orfranlzaf
permanent of wants andl 1 ""
of Pleasant City Ohio. "Pneu on the. East Coast, stopped over herea Brevard your can save you money or.Orange..Peach; :andV: \ *!! 'l 3fti '
f ;r. OQ to>> be formed communication "with of county from the tit. johns ; (
Ir.and;'; arn. pm.n' tor a systematic ex- monia bad played .ad havoc with him few days the past. 'll"e'Pk on their "way river to Ft. Gardner.' Mr. Pile.,1.. Pear and all kinds,of Nursery Stock.. 'y t ,>' : -i Ml'rP1 r J t'lox
*.;?chance literature, and views with and a terrible cough set In besides. to Bell.City, "where they will meet their. understood la going over the ground' ,\ -. t
nsuohrgantsstloa. especially those Doctors treated him but he grew worse boat. Me...... Lewis .Raulerson and tot of selecting a route to j: sga W; R':= i '"SPEIR I : at: &
'in' States with: somewhat simitar ell- every day. At lengb "we tried Dr.King's John Evans took: them by boat to Bell be surveyed for a railroad to connect '- 'Jr ; .
.. New' Disco-very for Consumption City from thl. Dlace.list . Melbourne and Bartow." ,.'*++**++.+++*1.' ...H MM. M I M I 11'1 I i' I.' I ... (. MI i..t i. .)j. 1fJ1 '
"' 'U' T Dolt Today, and our darling. was saved. He's Friday a week" ago Misses I . .. "':'';''.,...,. t,,1. ,",5S'.
now sound and well." Everybody Charlotte Melton and -Tn!ie Parker, Time Bass' horses'and mules to purchase .- .,, . ,, '. :,f p. :.t' ;',i'
: ,Tbis'tlmi.'worn. injunction "nevert ought .. the which he recently went t.oAt.1an-i Notice of Application. for Tax _" ,; )
to
only sure cure two charming ladle from Baa-
put off Mil tomorrow "what you can do for kOO.,1., and all lung diseases. singer, accompanied young bvMrs.. Ellen, arrived Monday. They are a aloelot : Deed .Uifder Settioa 8 bi. :' ((11.1 PorhitJHls! M- .'P'.. 1011' Cods is now generally presented. Guaranteed Osceola, Phar Walker and there la not a sorry one among A'raniwsr aWoatvendlntf
form by Parker and Mr. Millie visited .f ,
Chapter 4888 aW8 of. f.taljy "
[w .this : 4'Do U today I" That Is macy. Price t COe and 91.' Trial bottles friends and relatives here for aeyeraldays. them., Nothing else could have been started \Sk". "
t, a horrible lair' the leg'w '
the terse ad rice "we want to give you free. expected "when Time and Jim :Miller Florida on T .r.,,
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4.abont I r JD.: ,0rner, Franklin Grove, 111. ForS! MoL tom.i-
that baoklnr cough dsmoralwldTiwhioh pub their heads together in the selection
or L'D
NfHIoa Is ttat K:
Mr. S. S. Holt from New Haven Derebytvon o.eretreeC defied ; "
;11111& cold you have been School Shoes at. Stanford's guaran :: and buying. Several sales from imrohuer of Tax-C:.rtl o struggling for.several ,daysperhaps teed. Con.. spent the week before last at the bunch have been made since itsarrival. 875.418'1.dated tb.8tb dw 01 June A D Ian, bMSIM Bat Bncklen's Arnica Salve< j&J Mr. Peter. RauleraOnV.; He said certiea.tr.In '
much
was ' tnyorto sad hrmM bad no trouble to curehim. : Equally :
weeks.' Take .reliable _' .1 J '
: i some remedy r appIk Won for tax deed to IMU. in ,
.for.U today-and let that remedy be Cured ConsMtnptlosi.Airs' 'I pleased with this part QfpJhe 'ooUIILr7aDd' with. taw. . ; ooordsao. -. -* good for bttrna, ,bruises., ,skln. .rup.::'J. ....r ,
., Dr. Bo.....'. German ., which anticipates returning next winter. .A: young man by the nan* of Lys- Said oartUleatea t .isbraee ''the following ee tics s and piles., tbo.atOaceola l lis $ .
has been. 'Syrup I : B. W.. EvansCbarwate'rKan.. He left last Monday Mr.Sairi, Gray ter fell from aflat ear-In the; railroad, scribed proportr. situated,,.*Jit OseaoU,, county,I many., "r '.
) iq,ute forover;g- thirtyfiveyearn.1 writes:.. J'My', husband 'Jay sick for took him by boat afar Hell City.. yard here last Wednesday and received r\ndrw\ ltt ; nlol ," . -i .1 .,
: A few doses of U "will undoubtedly \ ; eN' of3C ; ', i'.1 . '
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three "uI :
months. The 5,4tW .J .. .
doctors said he severe IDJ IIrle.- to the spine that "R140 .... 1 .'"
;f' relieve your cough or cold andjdts Ol'kl.1t 0".,, tee.Eight n!( !" 111; iM.II'4-WJi J; .' . .. : ...
tad quick consumption. We procureda 0 may result in .permanent disability.- << [ 1 "au4 li J.( .7, -
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,' continued use for; days will.TOireyouxbcnpletely hour laws 1r t'"a8: W '1))(' ;
". bottle of Horehound S'J'UPa04 are Ignored by Dr.,Hicks was called .whCse advice Theo .
No matter how upon as ..f luHls betas\ M..s..d at tile dal '01be. I.i.; '
It cured hlniv,That six those tireless] little ;'workers.Dr. UUUW....
}''u was yearsago : be "was-aent to the-Orlando. hospital. ..... eo( such ovrtlRcatc tm tb. name cd
seated even if dread .
y,.' aeep your has cough and since them I we have always : King'sNew Ufa Pills.! Millions i are .' Ha "was t.> the '. employ t lot ''the r Goblet Uale.s MId artlSoatet all all be,..' fdltlrll/Ir .. I .r L..
.consumption at.t.ackec'your.lollA'l, kept a. bottl..Jn the house. Wee, cannot always at work, night and''daycu; ; : W; UV T."Co.anwae; assisting" in daoaicd ooordln*t.law tmjt deed wlll'lasnatbervon .. ire 1me. .
German Byrup.IL1 surely effect! a cure do'without It.' For \Indigestion, bUUoueoess ".oonstlpatiom ..U.>e da.01 April A D 11KMwol 1 rWltaeaa .-air arew.ra..a..aa te11rg0Mt
,: i.-*. itbas 40a.'before. In-thousands ". coughs end ; unloading poles from the ear when be njr oeDolal .slg-naMr* awl M*| IUI,. !!! !-;" 1 "IC:
olds it has BO equal. 25o- bOO arid stole: headache".and aU atom I lost his balance and tell fr thCInoo..d. tb.nd .waM.roae .a. ;.;:e .:_ ......
Of a arently.bopeles.ttlacase.'' of-:. unir s.H. at TbomasoB & Roberson's.; > -' sob,. liver, and bowel .troubles., rxasy; .?'r JOIIYtf ......r; ,\0' r a 4"1 . --.... .,..-.......
dk'OU ,-?5c; regular ; safe 0. .Straw.fcats .' t..u."J' ;. txtWl 0eYrt '''.: 1 ....--.-- "-" .'.
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.O ,' ''ORS! 'FALL IN LINE. .9.9'E' Great Chicago 'Coliseum, ,:oI A HARMLESS* REPTILE .f": BWGJtT.' ,, ,' ,'; ,:,rj{


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Ii ,;PYjslolanas..g.ize tketutatlla 1' jmllablllty if,UoaJa, JU4D"j ) \ ( 7e' 01" A'' R. ,4SPAiD., r. .r OF HUMOR.l:

-j ..Mk.bI pr..erlbls>(th.Di for Je4iobe xidMr, Bladiler a fin Drlnarj,ipulrlb .' tWill, Be. ; r4 #f'C' t tOli. to I'1.'. : I

lAits-I ." .U w.. fcy eil'ro.rletafr M Ulc<....F"r.e..oa shell : ,( .Held.s., ,, F there.i i. anything ew t ,

i. Awatib'tee.f. IlUFraetiee," fry Dnllft irHlUBsesi, "rt.rktuwa.. Ark. < J frI to "tench' wore than an- Th .n........ otP1d .&... a ,
'" 0 other. It U that, numerous "I, uai eld," said th* aaaK, a* he shook 1 1"T 1.1! ,
... X and reptile;,", bSt"t.OW'are ,
\ Insect lock.; '
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end fseU and weak
quit ;
sk held by many person am
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YoaKTOWK Aaa%. 1. ,
.. .. poisonous perfectly: barm*. When I .talk. t* myself I n.'etrnaks ano: }
"" "lllQu... OJ'-Butr.I ;'1f-Y." .", Diri'i to be are ; ; b
q 4.: '.;e9tltHiu-.I have been engaged.In' 'tbe practice of, medicine In this MOo Ie... This In especially' so f-tbe pine rer r/'In -Uf and.'eatft hear snyssll

,tton for Ma YarA Thia 1*.a very sickly dlntata. on the Bayou Bartholomew; .tk t. ;" tree Iliard. or. as It U often called, the ..peak'S. Coliunbia' : Jester.'Sle'.la '

ta.trrtb4'ArkauuI JUver. It la. particularly malarious, aid miasmatic; .wemaoy1 fence lizard. It'1. true. tbat the lizard .

,' i.Ietrwkq ; and tvarjov* aboanaai,'condition* of the 'humaa' fajpllyj.| ban teeth, but they are almost too I'' .A x.od.rips. '

1 liromlneftl'among the eases In which I .have been called upon to prescribe J* mall to be "Been, tbe Hnely serrated : -"They used to,think the world .

(kidney.diet***.. Many'oftbese disorders manifest tbem....."' by. pains !In thebacaVMoffea. Jaw feeling Just like the rough lips of ;, of rich other," ''i

\ extending to other T>art*'of, the body; 'sometimes beadsch I. ar-bass. Moreover' these little snnrl- Bella-MVea, but now they only throb'

.t c J present spud by nraemlc chronle uric acid poisoning, soreness' In region mina seldom-attempt to bite, and make 'South Dakota."-New York Sun

'. of, kldneyl; cloudy: :' thickened and foul-smelling urine, discharges of 'pus or Interesting'> pets '

l ,rl Icon-option, )' inflammation of, Pie kidney, extending: to the bladder, 1* caused I I have a box twp feet long: one foot A.. E..pUo.

(- 'II "-j by .xces< of )rlc acid"and decomposition of. the urine. Hgmorrbiig 1* some J high ,nnd six: inches ,wide the side* 1..I'pnd-.fI; band that, rocks Ole>

t ] time met with; cantedby! blgh ,siate of Inflammation or congestion.' e AA6 I being of glass nnd the bottom covered cradle rules the world." ti''

"/ J L ThereIs no"class of disease a doctor 1* called otlener'to treat than the c with n white sand to n depth of two Ilenpekt-"Not( much It don't! lofts

;I +I" '..arJetJ"'lddneT'41Hue.' ,' In many' of which the patient will hire chills or inches. With this on my study tabs Ileuppkt makes me put .the-bab7 to,

f' rigor ''folio wed'by fever; a'.result of 'tb. kidneys failing to eliminate the urIc I I have a good opportunity to .'Tolelt- sleep." i

; : f''l: 'l acid poison from the system.. Such caaea require tbe kidneys restored to tog the live Interesting Initiates im --
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I ; t&elr'natural l function, then tbe poison and foreign substances are removed they eat und..slec Two are males "..plole..

t\ bock.to the nervous system averted and natural health restored. nnd three, are females, easily distinguished "Do you believe In tclepntliyT

t', 1k 't I have1.* for**om* time been using Doan's Kidney Pills in these many by their color. Their color' "Well this morn I'll; a man pcld roe ,

';y ''manifestation* and with, uniform success curing most caaea. I can further ----- scorns to be influenced by tbe "coiinltlons (100 be owed me, nod this afternoon< I
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; ":i .(''say tbat..even. .In,bopelesa cases where they have "waited too long, Doan' The Chicago Coliseum In which the delegates, and the remainder of this of the ntntO!<)'Ihf're. After a got a letter from my wits asking for

', '( Kidney' Pill afford much relief'sod prolong life. I can recommend the pill Republican NationalConvention will and the. enormous galleries, /extending rain or when they drat come out *f u hundred."-Life. .

", fen, condition) of excessive: or deficient secretion of urine, a* also In convajleecebc b 'beld this year la one of the greatest entirely around the building can be their hiding places In the morning! ,

,;'S S !.: from .wamp-fver and malarial attack, a* verified by the tOI1
eases In my,practice.f .. -' > built on the site formerly occupied by located within a few minutes' walk of holding them In tbe band a abort tit... She-"Don't you' believe that 'a soft a;

r.." f . tbe Libby Prison War ..Museum, and the centre of the city, one block.from the color change very )perceptibly.) answer tumeth away wrath,? -

: 1. ,CASK 1., 1 CASKS.. I, the ornamental outer wall of the building Michigan avenue and four blocks from When my pets are ready to go t* He-"Oh. ;yes. Oftetier. however.

4', 'TBOB O.ELI., Dear. Ark., ace flOv BBOWH EAKS Wynne; Ark.. I" Is tbe same which surrounded the the lake. It cost $500,000 to build, bed. they dive Into the sand where wrath frightens away a .oft answer.Kansas ," j'
'; 11 '; Pain, ia back for several weekathen *, !1. Bad sever cau of malAtidrte. The of the and In 1000 and remain covered until morning. City Journal. !
chill sometimes bocmsUria museum. sealing<< capacity was completed opened'for they up
;: Irregular mr swamp f va. O.Tnsusssry .
,Ap. .everrigor* followed by fever.lT liver msdioio. calomel building i*- about 1 .000. A part of the National Grand Army encampment Then here rind there a heed bobs n". . ..i
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; ."t.: nod purcatir.of ealoaael and and padoph and morph.-.n1ph] l .. to the main floor space only will be necessary of that 'I"IIr.LockJess and gradually I the snurluns either Atoe.t a. Tbleg.Mr. ,:,
,. 'pe.doph, and Doa,,'. Kidney Pills.. rU.v. pals and ordered Dcwa's I for the accommodation of ther stretch<<; oijt on the sand or prop tbcatelreH Mlllyuns (engaging,,: valet)-"I .. 1
..J a' \\I'."' ; :I.AJtWtaliq'oarbosftoth.pilla.. Pill for tk. hifb .Ut of eonavs- In most ..to you that frequently I am exceedwly !
,l""f ,. and lion and inflammation up on their foreleg a '
; .Dj01iIlSIoodheaJtla of th kidn I HI-temperetT and "
f L", ,for e.tur hi* age. .r.. Rcoovery resulted in two r rrrrrrrrr. -r =i Locked comical manner. They noon become gruff. \ '
",. ::;"I' A' ,, .. week. Pr .eriMd DoaaV Kidtirr I v.\\\\.V\.V\.v\.A\\\" .v\\VT\\\\rvvrgK.\> Boxes. alert and show how keen tlieV al'lM'-| I Yalot ('h.'t.111)-.bal." all right ; J

,CASE 't.._ 4 Pills to b* cont\nu until the kid- tltea.Jire If flies crickets, Itrolt.III- -.A B7S w.rs thoroughly ftr tith.nxl I The locklesk locked shipping case Is "

,"; ., ","', .99 Vfa.1-, 1II0t!S3r1T'Tarr'... ol lour, children./' Ark... Had ag and all paia. ia back: subsided.CASK THE BOLSTER-MATTRESS. one of the .recent novelties of the Pat.I pets Frequently or katydid when are one thrown has seised to t thfM.a Jay F.r lh. RI...r.Tenst ';?,:
1rr female' and -- "How Joyous the wedding \
eoraplaint kidney I -
8'k' d.H particularly fat grasshopper a lint her
{, ? troubl.'m.n.t..t by pain In back bells make every one feel." .'
;. 01 f mmt aria*irregular; sometime very ELuAE ELLIOTT Tarry., Ark. . will\ attempt to take It nwny. Tfiey
.4::;,y ", :....1', changing h cloudy, and with ace M. fain in back and legs and;( are also fond of rnnchm. )but rare nothing CrluisonbeaV don't know about I
%1 q t much ;sediment. on eUndinf in headache. Uric-acid poisoning. I'rs- A New and Useful Adjunct to Furnishing for hnrd-i helle l'li: t. chamber.- 0... local treatment for scribMl Doan'a Kidney Pill. After "lupin;; Lieu?'Yoqkers Statesman. "
i "female;' complaint and" ,prescribed taking several boxes: pain subsided of the Home. not seize an limpet 1111)11111) It I inovliijr.. \ [.

I' !t Doeui'*'.Fills: after using sixbra.urta.:, became normal, or natural and one often known when the utt.iclc l>lTitr..i-.. ..r Il"Singing .
; she refards,herself: a* cured.. and patient abl. toresume his Work.Tbji I Is to be tnmle. MS the lizard opens 11M Is great art" said the t tI
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\\ti ,h *.I.r* a11 few of the typical cases In which I have usod Doan'a Kidney \.t'a".U \ .''t \' ;U ;U.\: month just n little wn.v before springIng music lover."Occasionally.. I

\,' \Ijktuptlla. 'In''a great, many .instance I ue them alone with curative reiulu. upon HH prey It uses Its tniiiim- I ." ansnvored the morose t"'

\y:?'4 yuiW with-some other Indicated remedies are associated.abeU I There la promise of comfort and ease: with the Maine nullify; n* d"es Vln' mnn. ""'1\1t\ Koine people( \its nn art

i' v* that-by'tb Judlclou use of Doan'a Pllla many serious complication In a newly patented mil Hresli that tie frog or toad and gores: n Inritc Insert and with others \it's mert'ljr a lIu1 lt"

t 't are arrested and many hopeless and Incurable cases of Brlgkt's disease I Inventor<< will doubtless lose no lime<< In --
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")!." A prevented' placing upon the market. Hu.hlna ltu.inru.

-Lt t JJ'T4t often found that ODe box of the pill ,,1tbat/ 1* required to effect Ills Idea embraces n sectional mnt- I, Venst- "5o lie's l busy ut bis restaurant

: ; t; '.'core, but In atom cases I continue their use until all symptoms an entirely tress, such us Is already In general LO 'KID LOCKLBSS nor.. ?" ,

';(\ ( "b. eftt.I1_ the,cur enTectualiand permanent Yours truly, use, except. tint the minller section is out GUI op. An Inspection--of -such- -a l'rlm"onIoI'Rk-"n""j'l no name for :

,,'"t i!, ,.,.. 4M1 eI 111. anal x.aa... ..n.K6 so made that It cnn l lie ednpted'to\ the l box discloses neither lock nor signs of t.'h '. ln hardly has time to "OO\lt. 'I

{, 'f ::"U:1: bobt.l..d: B \wl.obari..s- .i'?&& purposes of bolster or pllloor both. a fastening device such ns nails # SUA o :set his iuealJYoiiker! Statesiuiiu. 1
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'''J 1'If ."...-u- -;" ,..:.":.."..:t: nt. r This desirable I consummation. Is accomplished hasps hinges; or other contrivance, yet fSs --- '\
1,1'" _J ';ul'be -., by IDIiJ, through the mexliuui of Got Hllppotl Vp On. {
1OIlKTO'Wf1f;
Aat.iAYer1 the
"', prep.ld.nerlts.aprM.. lid may ncverthpless l bo securely A
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"Do know about flirt
1'- you auytlilui .1
upper and lower portions which are fastened. An examination of the accompanying I "
connected In much tile same manneras illustration will\ explain Ing? 1'\\{
: Ko So Hail. I "No.: lie replied) sadly "I thought I
\; & Company the two sides of an nc' ()rlll..n. The tills seeming paradox. The fastener. Is "
On an average five editors a week are (lid, but when I tried It. hanged It thr
connecting however al.
arrnugoineut. I attached 'to the under side of 'the lid. I ,)
7* M -> B sent to prison in Germany for tbl'crJme ;girl! didn't marry uie. -Chicago Post. (
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and the Inside of tile walls of the box
.1:1 1"1" AVB ..McMI&I.AN.! of leie 'majeste. Taking corn. of _, #_,_ .1,
;!I' cord wood and potatoes for subscriptions. package! Boob Lo.......... '
't :61:+0811outhForsyth St.Atlvnta4, Oa Isn't r ..
In the United States so bad. '
i' "-ALL JIDa 01'i' 'rfnU..r nod Ilio Oak of Portland. ,
after alL .
: A good story has Just Ienkedout in .

: CH INE.RV D_...... CeMvot<<:: Be Caned reference to Lord Kitchener's visit to of,

local cannot reaeh the the Duke of Portland
. by applications they at I.nngwell last '
t" / .. : .. 'diseased portion of the er. There.oolfona.way year. His grace Is very Table to his_
to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional -
/ comedtas. Deafness .._u l"d by an gillies nnd attendants nnd one day I II y ta
, Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of when out with one of them whom we I DC
the Eustachian Tube. When thla tube U In- shall cull Donald, ho Inquired bow be .
it. Pamed yon love a rumbling sound or Imper- liked Kitchener
feet; bearing and when It Is entirely olosed ,, i ,, --
,,... .pamnoeas at the result and unless the)Inflammation Well, sir," was the reply, "he' very at iit
u be taken out and this tube-re. wool a* a\ shot no' a good hand! at
1 stored to It. normal condition bearing will 'IIi sa'mon. but.he's nalrrow." qr
be destroyed forever. Nine CUM out of tan
are caused by atarrAtwlileb.to nothing but an '"How's that? I always thought'h'&, s

Inflamed condition of the mtiooua aurfsoes. was very liberal" said his grace r

We will give On..BundredlQlJe.ra for anycaaeof "Och! wool It's Just this w<<'y.- responded -
Deafness(caused by'eatarrhthat can-
jiot be cured by / Doiinld. "The Ither day when .
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-
-
RsJlabki Z$7 u. afit' vtreuUusfree. F.J.E.asaraQo.Toledo,0. he shot a stag he asked me If I wad TAME: LlZARra OliNi*'XNTJ. 1J -
\:
*Iz L eklt'Beparaton.rrs Take rlold by UaU'a DraKglata F.m1l11'Ua, 790.! for oonstlpatlon. 1"tak a dram an' I said 'Yes.' He l began "
poorln' oot tbe whiskey Into the 1
much the ,
pretty same way aa a .uu t..wallow' *" .
,ersME aN I di S*. A.fo';bblaa; Coa.parlsa; : I cup. an', by way o' being genteel I a tond.It an Mr.tul."NoweddD-"These bisi-uli are '..:'

i It the newspapers circulated In the says;, 'Stop!' an', dash It, lie stopplt. ) burrow Ihg In the an nil they mike
....rowESa '1'1I. saw szcTiosaii: MATTBI-S Mrs 1''wl'dde-"lmpo"sJbll'( Why. :
States Aye he's rale nalrrow. London 'TitBits.
tatted
In a year were printedJu : several strokes with tbe right or left "
the
receipt they escelll'1lt.1''ew .
-
says are
book form,, they: would: make 4000. though adjnstabre to any angle Is so I forefoot changing from oneto the ( York American. J.
000.000. : mI). volumes. other; but when tithe dirt I. to be ;
'i secured to Pint ;
? a* permit a perfectly rigid Atlantic Tarblne.Tbe .
;II' 1 of worked out of the way. ..h.'ft\ their cot III. Fault. .
adjustment tlie raised upper half of first transatlantic steamship to "
'J 'JIIPROVED Sq1 IlL M UII 'jeeelate sad alms. T>.1.... draas.Tb tbe mattress section In whatever position be driven by turbines Instead of 'ordinary 'hind feet with alternate strokes wltU Magistrate( ( ternly)-"Didn't I tell 1

, ''- ,Large EngllM. and .Boilers supplied two greatest fodder plant on earth.on It Is desired to be kept. ; reciprocating engines bus been : greet; rnpldltj1.' The female In title you the Inst time you were here I ',
Mill. Corn Mllls.tCradar good for U tons of bay and th other The housewife will doubtless way evidently dies Into. the ground never wanted you to come before me
rromptly. a Bhlnple fir (ana .green fodder per acre. Grow find contracted for at Belfast. It is to be tagalo.t'
; I
where she dor.cn or' t "
deposits a !
. \ eaweaaw T..th.Patent"I, so does Victoria Kape yield In tula novel contrivance cause for run on the Allen line between England more
t ""Y"A,.0$team.,00",0.. Full II". En01n.s da '"aITwhen..Ibs. sheep and swine food per much gratification ns It will enable and Canada and will have a gross tonnage white .CKRS. which she lenvcn for the. I'rIIlOnl'r-1'1'1I. sir; but I couldn't'- "\

p' l''* MIIi sup Vea;; Send fGPpatalopu... acr*. tA.C.LJJtJT ] her to keep her l beds In straight and of 12.000 tons and a contract warm cnclh to batch.I muke the policeuiau believe U."-K ., .;; ;
scirjj loa nr STAICPS TO 'r*. know of nothing. clop .
; no on*fly Yorker.
tidy ''condition without much of the speed of seventeen knots. ,iJit'
John A. Belter Seed Co.. I* Cross; Wit Although tame When caught In the bund: *. .. .
and receive in return their big catalog aDd bother that comes from the tossing this speed Is small compared to that - .
: : iota of farm w i aamplee. about of pillows The adjustability of of many of the great: transatlantic they seldom attempt to esonpe. rincml HfiHInc the lr:;Mao'. ,-1':
SAW MllLS i on one's clothing' they often nit In the "Where have l been
i I; I&t ....." tbe height of the headrest Is no inconsiderable liners it will be greater Wan that of you : TouimyT""lleou
Housekeeper should alwayi recollect same position for a Ions time. KnowIng I out watcblnsTpeople! sit downon
alto fl.s.7Vntv.nal ll.amaR.atltlsaimultan.ou.8.tWorkaand
Loll of of the
,1.. feature the affair. any ships of the Allan line. Tbe
+ tb. H... that flour' will extinguish: burning oil. this peculiarity. ; decorated the sidewalk."
ray
'IE.K1ntr .... traffic between Kngland; and Canada ?'
V.PI.IX. Teed W.r. un&- "
Mild for tomrasoT: sIMPLICITT oua.au. A. OW rl.td: w..... Last year the British mercantile marine does! not warrant the expense of a little son with nineteen lizards. just tn :I.' "Nonsense( No one sit* on the side k 4

5 a.asanoeoPtaATta.. .. kisnahdt.redbyte.4LEM1R1)NWORFBw'Is.tnn. wrtt.rostnlld..r.1Dtlv.elreular.f Many seeing that oM fteld weed the mullein sustained' HS3 casualties, of faster ship but the new vessel will pro'eto some skeptical people (hat I wnlk this weather." ;;,t'

-B.Lm,1/C stalk never consider the good it is ao- which 848 were complete wrecks the l be Interesting as the first of her kind. I was willing to hack up my assertions "Yes. they do; after we made the "II

omplishii ia- caring lang troniWes.- 'loss of life was C318. Youth's Companion. with a demonstration. Yet one oHerver bricks slippery."-Chicago News. '1Tore.

,, presents ia Tiylors Cherokee Remedy of ,who witnessed It rteclnred, Hint --- '.,"
.: Sweet Gum and :Mullein the finest known - It was. risky, and that be knew n nuns of .remedy for coughs. croup eoUU! and soap who bad lost The handsome dentist 'to\
BAPS1CUM'1ASELINEt WHERE THE HAGUE PEACE n finger from the venmous *- ;young slipped ;

::.. (tree rr"[r coLi.Arssats YV."" .,. I aumptloD At drUaTiat. 23C.; 15Oc. and tl.OO,a ) ottle. bite of n t..nceIlznrll.. A tenm the diamond ring on tbe lovely girl* I ,.
"'eabllUua"fo..'" I I j. 1.- ter who wee not afraid to lmn. a shapely linger. a',.
satdl aaT ..tta.r"...sk/a P...iartartaIDIIII-.s-/< Only I si>' ji cent:of tb. criminals io J the TRIBUNAL HOLDS ITS CONFERENCES snake could not be persuaded to touch "If yon break this engagement dear '/

.. a.ltU..otthlurttol.anwo.d.r. Tnited Stale are women. a II 1111 rtl, although they hntb saw s est. he said, with n dreamy faraway
It : step tb.' te.t> finger thrust Into .a -little gaze "I shrill: have to charge youfor.:
J La.dsab and sciatic.We TIao IT.Cve ..D.pt. of Ap....... Bllurlll n'" .
...... ., &b. asst lied ...... urn.lF to Salser'. Ut it* heartiest en- ., month. Icnornnce hard 1o banish. my time you kno", ."-Chicago Tribnne iA

---.nata.. dv for ...sile.h.e donement. Sa......'. *iew .>.tlon Oslo but If easily drives a\\'II' the truth. .' .- '
4 S pddlrb.amalon.erolgtea.d.oe tyenma.to : yielded in 1903 from IfO! to 300 ba. ner They are not only I harmless lint I ;
A total wW prove "" ,..01.... ere la SO diflerfht.States, and 1.up. IMdn-t Apply v.. '
BU ..
beneficial. '
will b.toed te..M nvslenble. Lying on the tC'l11'1'8VIIII'll
.and It farmer, ran beat this. la 1M>4, ii will.falcar'a .
you:
"Some
tr
IkIurLs of
.. the
.a ...boicLUaa.l''u surround the field of proverbs about ,u*
s.eds are pedigree eeed* bred growing .
.. up crop
"
a .t antalataa/e.theed.1ers.eby et rKS W I' ,"through, careful MleeUoa. to big yields.Falser' \ '. they devour many Inserts im these' at men. said Mr Henpeck "are ridicu blens.
"
_ S aunt. .........t&0\111._ .lasty1a p.k' 1>' ; tempt.to enter the fields, thus, l"'npflt- .
_. a tube. by naiL 10an.lo : '_Barley yUlded ll'bi. '
_wUr you t .A.a. for instance SleektonV ". \.
....... : tb.pabUo..lu.e Fa'-r'' : r..rom.,. .,_ 0-ba.. ...,..- 'q Ing the farmers, who have/ nn nppre"-ln. queried ;: ':
S Cflmaeag0UoH ewa.Ico. f.ltII; all Victoria ....t.... 80 b... tlon of their 1'ulue.-Scleu1 Araer "Well. that one that nays 'the bund 't'-' ,

.y ,1dJ j ...... tJ tr..R N5W roalt 'nT.. P.lxer-e . IlaJ O........... 80,LiOc Ibe.. lean: that rocks the cradle .Is I the hand' '
Saber'. ib. .
Teosinte e that rules the world.' "
.wonder .....*.... . ,..,100,000 loa.Raiser's oF Philadelphia
Ledger.
BiTlios Dollar Oro.,... 00.*00 .Iba. Senator r<]n>f>nry ,Ti>>..
SalreV, Pedigree. Potatoes....:. 1.UDO brf. Tom Cavanaugh fur t
Now seek yield ,.." and you can have wavy years! Dead Easy
Address tll..... Mr. Farmer, la 1MM. Deputy SerKennt-at-Arinsof the house, Friend'-How did the count Propose

lib 1 L'WATICINSiizrnc' : co., .ElfD 100. tif iTawr Is a Vermonter<< and ho nays that one, to :you and you accept; If be could; not IN
tgMONA, MJNN.sOTA, ue a. Aig.FZOiLB and this notice to th* John A.: Salter. Seed t f upon n time Senator Edmunds onm understand '
; SOX VIUlXS., Co., La Cro.e, Wis..and you will getsheiridg .4r '' near utterlag: practical) Joke; but the'J3e hie,., your language. nor you." j
A'.tjj.p. -catalo and lots of farm seed { ft .
v..d aampie
r e . : r1=.2' .. ,i..ao..yfartl nA Neh-l.A.C.L.J .,. r iator.was\ always so grave that Cay.anaught American Heiress-"It' was very din: ,vj't
Om ii neUY.d. Aapl.CndStI aflWr'SIMi .has_ to pier an nfflaa"vjt '
: every pie. He showed me his family tree ,,1Ai' *
TM'nlll! well of ..... time he tells the ,
Russia ..* I In atory. lie says that and I showed "
him bank book- -1'
000 -those of th United } my *
ieei 6t4- IiOOIt. .ykM on one occasion Senator Edmonds
IRED .,. ' 7SLwT I gavea New YOrk Weekly; *
I B, .. ; -, '.: ''.._ Ii page boy a telegram and the little i '*

i fellow ran'_off. .:)qt Immediately re I DelagHhm..t. :'.

i 'R 6e11, \ f. turned to ask: whether the telegram Gayeboye>--I nnderijand tbat TVUdew ,,:5boye's '
filillsij I
a ewems.te s le.. ahould be\sent over tbe Postal or Western father left him nothing". ,
y. etas.p,perms! earn .. .: Union line. Senator Edmunds JlI.ba.erNotbtntr .
but
? c aaaseeday., rti.lb td ; +yi bis debt.w"Gayeboye"So :'
J
i 1
+ D4eA fat. st Variable looked
very thoughtfuh torn :
iee4a "
.._ 1 w i tk hIctl eta moment ? Aad how; .U; ;the', '
'-salt putosaa.r.r.w. aN aaL D..Lmoae )1d4" and thee said: "Send It by Western foungster: getting Oft r'!. <.*,- 'P t
''"-ij' Cots sad bar **Tfci' Hotksa.in the Wood'Vorm.rly; %' Omi'"of .Union.. They
need
Ad tMM Leek "IJ OW.Ca ..... flaw*.', ''" tbe J may till JlJODfq.-. Hlch1lJ'er-Verf; ***. ** llidltilLlIIe'0"l"
% ___ .te woI" *, ..l Palaces of Qucea(TVlIbalmlpa XloUaadL Kichange to .
-na.r new l 'i iutenet yom.- of j' auage4? ,Iner.... .l1ts lepCj' '"
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CaUac.,. atWjtUeV,;G.s., BOX a...........ta,..'G.: '.. .; I ...' .I'I'' thirty ,thoUJ4u4."!-SJlJlU't Set '1>.' by"4"y":
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.1 SERMON- : FOR be10.. _. -to tie pad ,.-of elf.-reipecb-> QETTINQ N'rH.,WALNUTS.' '
SUNDAY}
; Ing ._rkin.No,. from a palao not .,-"d 1 A ;C0MRADE' ,.ji;: ," EJI\Aj.i'RAyI4e.

: i yet from a .hovel, but from the workshop An Induetry That' Cloeels"CatlfornlavB : "
> ; Of aa ariiaaa does.Jane of Nazareth makeve.uroaaaw : ;
./fAM INTf: RESTING .q(6CCfJRSE.BIr.THEREV. ( : With'sll th* peopeo! .ot'the( j* .untry fchoolm" I "''r.ItS' r -. u' ; M l, '
( ,VJ oR:. \aWNTZLoi r pacing geaeratton: '-, '* J, Th* first ,glUvYalsrtt f rchud In # ; -
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,
Hew surely our Lord'eond'imna the*Jnklae Ji planted with (need from l '
-it- Callforntiteta :
Has
0 . Ji. I does *Hi* .'f example iud*fence, and the employment bow; *ublil el, .. .the! Lba Angela; ,Mlrtloff gardenswh / Says. : I/t 1| :BQV Not B'e'I.ieve.Peseru.na aperior '. ;

r, .e.J..,' .%.Did.. c.rp.at r Chalet 8e. oiu _u i.*. He urge might have maintained ..re, the padre had ttarted'a few

issued to til* ariuid Army a' BelfBopatlas Himself without work, but to bare don so tree. with nuts "brought) with them. '
4r' ; lrorklasiaaa Ui CB4mtI weald b.,.. been 'to set the seal I;.f,Hi* from gpalo.,. Tb undertaking:Iwai a to- ,. \ Su .
>. .......... IdlOtS that, .. ".,' .. ';
OS *** sanction.opon the very plrit pjoirmtathe .._ 1 .
,.L.-* '* ?V aVU *
? I, BuooBXYK, N. Y.A.u interesting sad;. average individual to get through1'tis luocei from the flnt. and the aereag. ; .; 1"'... u anltti" .. .'# *suss .7: ". f4\\.. \"
1 'forceful 'w.. world with. lilt: effort .* possible-the of- walnuts haa'steadily 1x>crea .. ->- n '
*
sermon preached Sunday ; -- PFn .l. . .. .
B. I TMsit -
moraine J>y :P er. Dr. Henry O. Swents!, spirit that J* plainly the Spirit of the dull, .lowly: at' flmt.'but now with ,rapid ... .. .
rector of St. 'Luke'e Church Clinton ..avet.nw and thaVuj the prolific uu.e.of orim andwoejU trldee. The'walnut tr..'* early; age ? .... EIp """' II' 'IM
..' near Fulton street. The subject wa* who fed the crowd from a few steadyd.maad' '. \,.,.... 1 ..IH."I ,...,. ,. ...
of Ita lone life and the .
"The Divine Carpenter," and the text St. 1 loaves and fiahe might have wrought; a .bearlaz : ...,... .
Mar miracle for Himself. but for IU product tend to '. -, . ilitl At/1/ .
.i:3: ; "Is not Ibis tb.to eal"pentarff'. daily never once : :; '" ,,
r. wentsela.Jt4. war Hi* omnipotence exerted in Hi own make the. enterprUe: de*.rvedly' pop 'f ',"" .: ... la old an the, macoU tty1l raan tyf
The glorious Son 6f Man via a'mecbanie! behalf. Ifs accepted the very situation ular. Already. 'it If .upr.*danjr; the f tier aad less::dWt
It ia well worth while to consider those ""blebeonlroata u*. JSngaged with the occupation ': u.n ;" .
L !J'"
eighteen years which He spent at Kascr- of ,Uia trade during so many crane. In favor.amooK.frult.'rrtrwerta.The TItle Ieada'to"partial"dn""et'' -
nth), concerning which we would dearly pars- H. exalts industry' into a divine walnut, tree. '' $ sroell and taste/; .. well a* BissIiTdg

ion t* know ao.much but ef which it wpe.aibl. rirtue aad-ibracds' sloth ** a deadly .i... when C.'or T years old; an4 oothingjs) ..' turbaaoes, ;* -; jljT
to learn so Jit tie. .Whether H.s H* has no favor for an ambition that long .* ;... Pernna eoryect.'aDtfl":; its esiosisoperatioo
IU UmU _
ww rich or poor, whether He devoted for absolute ess*. It may not be neoss.arype'say known doanltely;ofJ ipe os aU ,tile r/___ _*a>bnaMaof
4i ,:Himself exclusively lira-exercises of religion / one to be occupied with.the burdens bearing. Fabulou) 'iltorle are,:/told. :the bod,. ,*.
or.was occupied with other concern e if businesa, but w* are all bound to. of tree 'la Spain ,oee or -two can-' One bottle will ._Yba'* anjono.. 0.-
*. well; whether 11.-wan so to .,.. a keep in personal touch withth life of humanity. turle. old, bearing" enormous crops.. used. end Pena, beoomea.. a hh4eog
'
P, .man among men. or lived a strange weird There are other phere of usefulness taad-by:wittt old and young.. .
.life a. a recluse in the wilderness...... than 'the. field and the .hot>. the The oldest trees la California arestill Idsas !. K. Uttle.. Talons,'BL.: 'writae. :
are: queries upon waiear-w* may reflect. effie or the counting room. Th church bearing; but deductions from.tbe rMommend ....... a* a good atedtoia .L
with profit. asks for thousand* woo ar willing to follow shorthUtory! already nad.' chow I + for ehronie esc w
1j '
the example of splendidheroes who tank of the stoat-
'During pelHod/wUch began when th. hare withdrawn 'from the haunts of trade that the tree 'Is in Us prim front uh'andlowsUal A-

Christ Child ...went down from -among the and from the hop of gain in order to devote Its tweaty-Ofth. to IU thirtieth fear. i have boon troubled jts@TBMIY-! ,
:
.. doctor in the temple to the Galilean horn themselves. exclusively to the ministry. Fifteen hundred'pounds, of nuts to severely wish.. it for 'TEAM Ot AU.
to prepare for Hi publie life there isonly
"i eharitlcs. ''
of Christian laymen. Everywhere are andaI.o .
.t';.JI.!. one bit of deQtute information concerning .calling loudly for encouragement and the"acre Is a'flood average )'leld.mak-; a a1 eough.year. New .y .eough i*'aa geaa.aad .
.J, Him* and that* Is furnished,/ almost accidentally service.Politic* presents a wie rang forth ing'so; von ty-flvo pounda"th* average 'all tb distressingsytapteaas el, catarrh
1 : In the tut.Thq' activities of patriotism. and of the very weight from one tr .. *,' of the etomach t sad boweb have dfa>
< people who had Itnewn Htm'all highest religion. There is something' foreverybody recommend ball
appeared. I win it
about.themiddle e*
The-tarvet time .bfigln
along were attoniahed whea they heard to do and ao one is justified in a- ran remedy."' ,,1 '_ "a'..we11''Ieo.wmplatlog ,'' asa
liar saying' and saw.. Himighty work. living for himself ia and attractive of-Setrtembe>I and lasts nearly a trip to TeUowsteeie Jraiktbif :

The record which H. mad among them in nook away from demand that six .....It.. The nuts begin to fall eoming .a sew- How'i ,that.for eat
bygone year wa worthy of Him and sound' >from quarter.. Each Individual j + I
every with the leaves, and the perfect cultivation
ought to has .p..parecl. them to expect should have lace 7iA later .
*om* occupation a fitter ah* :raf )IfJ . ,.
large thing* of Him sooner or later, but worn tinder the trees leave no
in the world'. vast factories of too thankful to you for your kid....' i
li. they could not forget that H. had lived *"rn. sort which shall tell for the happiness chancefor them to lose themselvesamong and for the good health that I, ana emjsy i
ky among them a* a common artsun.! lihnn'lie of other. .
clod. 'or weeds. The brown, ing !
.{ return t* them with. all tho fame. Hev been
.. Th Lord has strong. word for labor.
a Have
Under mauy-otherrLew
had and about to a brief dead leaves alone hide the nuts.
won wa spend He i* the fellow and the champion of alltoiler Park and
t etson with'them in order that Hi formerfriend *. II* bar a meaning for all those normal 'conditions thoydrop free and shall always thank. y" 0'.1 .
and neighbor might not be .nagj who work with their brain or with their from the outer basic, or hull; through erosity.','-Mrs. K, K. JUtU..

lected in.,liar and ministry they ask they with recall mingled HI wonder antecedents . h.llde.. forever for all consecrated such are workingmen.the ..ve.d'1I1eaa'of Hebe Its Irregular bursting, and getting the .. ' . tr..r sad TJ .ro..' at Ue;,>.r* .C.
.
I and acorn, "It not this the carpenter. lif*. He adopts the workaday world. nuts picked up Is a' simple 'scatter.Sometimes BENJAMIN .F. HAWKES. ; BithtyeIgtt. .

q Th question establishes the fact that "Tb Light of Asia. .which. state* beautifully the tree art w.Tl- Irrigated ..... ..., nwvw I'1teY. 3."N. IVrker' Utica ' .... '
,. N.'y..wri. c
,. .
+ Jesui had been known.. .. a village carpen """"" -- -. '" --"- " -" . .waw.. I .
certain feature of the Buddhist religion just before harvest time to .insure "In June, 1901. I 5o.tmy sense of ****-',
w .
until He setout
From the .do youth
ter.* the incarnate Buddha Uawkes. fWaaalsjrtea D. C. Is Ose ef the Thres'IJylag .
es a ZlesjaBtln F. '
to Jo the stvpendous work for which represent the) clean dropping pf. the nutsBoys I; lug entirely. My hearing had bees asses
lie wa .ent. H* accepted-the trade of Hi. wandering beggar asking food. .Je.- and ; C.Mr ides ef General Grant In His' Cadet Days at. West Pelat.. .what. impaired for everal yean, hot 80.0 %' A
Christ beggar. Th mendicant and girls men women.Japanese ,
I reputed" father and .wa. occupied largelywith than wa the no p.uper..e.I..H not the anymore approval -' and Chlneee, are all pressed ....- ..""".."", ,,--......... -_..,..".., ..,...,..- much.* with.lfeet04" but friends that: bat I oruldconver ja"YMt1' bndl
H belonged 7' !
it* ordinary employment. of Hi own- ractice, by .which. Jle ------- -- --- -- -----------.----.----..------------. left ,
} 4, to the "working cl......" A descendant sanctified labor until the end of tbe world. Into service, and on hands and b..1the .. T 1901; my asnse of: hearing mo. o ?

I of tbe royal David H. meat eurely Th Uallilran Carpenter wa no 1 less the great orchards are CODe over, not ....... l' .... ... J .... ." bav*'com* to rely upon lI'.ltoat'.ntiral;, ales 1 could troubled bear with no sound whatever.rheumatic'I w..

v was, and yet 11. thought not of the. incarnate Bon of God during the year once )but. several timer, on accountof In- recent letter from ell G trt,1 for the ,many, little thing. for which .1 in my limb I coat seven end takus; P pjiiu-" ;
f throne of IIi. renowned ancestor. H* we.indeed which II Natareth than He wa 8. W. D. C taia Y need nwdicia*, i r -.- -
pent the Irregular"ripening of the'nuts Waahiagton. and now rAT bearing i* restored o* em'' .
a king, but not after the world'. the mountain of the transfiguration or I. able of Imam: When epidemic of I& grippe lyd'betn .
on gentleman "
says a* it Wa prior to June/1901 My:
for JI. ta be King of The trees occasionally ehakcp
fashion came m.o.tit aM. wv
to make their ia this
the first Baiter Day. There n'i appearance onaa1 .
on are many : i matio all ,' ''I annot speak
rule the heart. and conscience of "::1 hose tried x-.. -rr- pain aro gone
mankind
reasons why work I i. honorable, but it. receive during the) season to loosen the nutti 1.9! was- a sufferer from this diaeae. too of Pemna, and '' when lJ
highly
t He seems to have .had no ambitionto .. 4ta o4Ar _tlWldtW' '1 had. ... .-.J with the 'neweightyeight '
it. crowning glory from the-'oper- and before the last gleaning they are l'''' tried 4t vo long siege grip. old can say it bar nrv..
attain unto a lofty station and the paraphernalia fence of the divine Christ during the long / _tarr-.tt4.-f exan_.wtthorit At first I did not know that Person wasa '' yean rt
orated! .whole 1
i .F.tem-n..J..tt K-
the tardy one
.tl start S my
had 'pol.d" very
'C, of nor
earthly greatness of which know that remedy for thin wIWbaa'' I beard .
period we nothing save '.
,
.- I a Parker: ; i
cnarrae for Him. Hi. masterful purpose He ...... a mechanic.. He ha. endured all This 1*' done by long, coarse bamboo sthat : raovewj I J'eU that. la grippe wa epidemic catarrh. I toed ,Mr.' W.,B. Schnader lit- Taro HJnP- J ,
wa to oar the ..world both the classes and occupations with dignity that nothing shortof poles. whose light weight makes them 2 *Vpr.rtfel'uftU&.lJlaad glom Peruaa<< for la grippe and found it t* tie ,, "* > 4

{$, the masse Himself, and personally H. would and therefore actively Identify with our own disloyalty con possibly' takeaway. easily handled. : : t'wrwsa >e>ow.f.l* tria& Omf'ttu' >ust the thingIsaM Brock. I wr',,"1 teal got.chic every. winter"" bad' >a .

the multitudes and not only .with. a privileged tads .are It, they matters are worthy not what of fidelity on. daily anaenergy In certain rural districts the publIc 2 adsooate.advtaeIdonodb.Uea.ftuse t Pe-ru-aa Used im the FamIIl for ; of cold in February. 180,;,I could
silliereaorewstdyPar anything for almost two month :
few. He could teach princely virtue and much of schools close regularly for a "walnut superior,
they are us< a part Teary .. '
1 without. being a prince, ana H* would benefit God. service as the saying of praTt-rs and vacation." The help of the childrenI : e* *a.irr* er'M s fonts<< for; tas i cembnv about your 1899.rmdJe.Then j. saw one of :I'vests Tour" tX '

". .*l.witk the boat the condition mankind and by experiences allying Him-of the receiving of 1 veiigiou;; rites. Tbe emperor needed and tb* children are nothing i JepiVbaesd srrd'ev4eu.t.d --',-. Mrs.'E. Weat.. 137 Main'street, Menasha, Dr. Hartman lot advice* sad be ,wrath

the lie understood full well. that and hit humblest subject the primalmim.ter'and their diminished I ton wfetelt i* or*oftheeffbotaofLha Wi*., write*: '-AV have used Peruna in that I should commence the use of ]Pwsag, ,
political many. contrivance could, bring the the street sweeper, the mil loath to replenish .. J f sen*c."-K nJa.m
no kingdom of God to this earth and He con- lionaire the spirit and of his industry,valet: and all are devotion included: which. in purees. Palls, cans and' gunnysacks v.... . . . .. ...... ...... : wben I say that. it i* a fin. medicine'for did not low OM day Jut data .Met .
sidoj-oil that the need of the mIllion. could are scattered among the picker catarrh and cold, 'I know what J' am I could not tend-to ray.took.-'I am aM!'
.lesua manifested. at the bench which stood BBOCK. cit of Mc enJL talking aboot. I have taken it spring three old end I cannot thank
? b* eerved in no other way than bv the and when the bags are full they T8AAO a- eem every year
moral and spiritual. democracy. which itwaa in a shop or,Nazareth. at time under a man CountyTexaa.. has lived for 114yean. and Jell for four year* and 'I' find -thatit too much for wit you' bar don for* fi
"I Hi mission to establish. bilge tree at He ha hallowed are carried to the drying grounds. In peakinr .11 his good health and keep mo robust., atroof with splendid -'If you do not derive Jl1'08O'f'.4' astiafain- ;

r Our Lord- ..... a workingman. It mint nil vocations. by the consecration should of Hi interpreted where they are spread out- on slat extreme old age. Mi. Brock sys: appetite, and free from say' iCneo*. A few tory result from the. & writ. w
be
personal industry, and they meet all rqnirIMB.U. *- it cured me of,. catarrh of. the at once to Dr. Hart tail tabs- .
hoi, therefore be supposed that He held a trays to drj--Review of. Reviews. "Pnna exactly my year ago ; uua.
sacred of
and accepted a part evil ffeto stomach which the doctor bad of and be ..
1 brief or thundered a hull of excommunication It proUct B* from UM J pro meat your case will pleased r
the life which now ia. it lIDo ia oaanced incurable t much Iota valuable ad "
against ricbe H* had something to teache thtworldly .. of sodden change; keep am very gin you *
mammon worship, and H. The Nazareth. Carpenter SUSPICIOUS. good appetite; it give me otrengta; itia pleased with Peruna. I am *7 year,old." .Addres Dr. Uartmaa. President of Thor'
say againat of itself is nothing worth: A ''
pica '
blood geed eirenlatsea. J -If" E. West Hartman Sanitarium Columbia, O. .
!r4.t w
warned the of '
against "
r r, temptation opulence man nay be a man wherever h* ia. end "Why are you leaving? asked taa _
but H. never. branded wealth a* esentially labor ia honorable whatever it may be. --'
I .vil. He taught emphatically that star boarder."I'm .
Station or the lack of it doe. not make T
the responsibility. of people. ia exact proportion the man or his life. The...people of lowly afraid the landlady, has, designs WRY ".SE'I' TC U STOHA With 1la.e..e CethsW. rCOrn
to what they have, and that inasmuch degree may likewise learn precious lesions on me-thinks ehe's going to>> get I

as money entails numerous obligation of the Galilean artisan. They become discouraged me to marry her daughter or some Tai fI xPUVljvE't: : ; Care r
.\ *, who have it. can be saved only because fancy themselves. to
through toe most devoted regard for their be of no account., and they too often char. thing. At dinner last night he rate I..kt..r-JrI II-epd: ku a. ....rr... e. 10. *I....... : I. Ua
;i duties Some of His disciples were well-to- ieh an unhappy. contempt for their daily me the tenderloin Instead of the'tou la ''LlQ+w. Car:r- AJ.to.leu ............
....jlfl, and both the midnight inquirer and l shered toils. They despise the factory or tin end of the steak."-Chicago: Record- CQJdr \.
man of Arimathes were dear to Him. office a* evil. Jesu ha a Irtson l t
'', necessary Herald. '
", The common people beard Him gladly. for them which H* pronounce from the ..
but other were not excluded from lIi. Nazareth .hop. Lon-.eare. U* pent is '
-
.r We/sing' aimply because they had posse-. obscurity. lie; murmur escape 'Him, no HARD-LUCK.,' 1 w s .
"' *i ; aign of impatience, .no evidence. a "Poor Miss pscadd!vTh ey'sa}:* e .
,'t t''niggofHt.e.r..r'aodtherich! man' tomb to be otherwise, vulgar
If f retca longing no iff
I, wherein, )fie mangled corpse reposed at the! Lust godless disposition to try ,*.. im drew a. ,.blank matj-impnlai 1$too 'ai.a.abs, .. .el is '
j last,1 indical hat Hu mi...ioa ..includedboLb Uuroiet.ve'Iv \jf 1 =. eeN..r,5.,. :
"i' : upon the plan* of diY D_provuitnce, tery.j < 1 I X | we..f ?t...aeja':
a+v .' .' >. truly aad the fear He advocated. day. alter dray;:11. wa concerned with- Worse than that. Eh drew an assessment .\ _u_ ._. ,
u
,
1'. which of tli.*soma itisAB believe social m or> sow political. b ttsk herene tbe'ummpteeuivs lena of Hi business and, and uninteresting1 Hi only aim Tnat-war, She had to I,'tj; hi* d.bt4-" TakDo (R epeatnglthotg: : n h..:::.:.:.a"j: ', t

full account of human inequalities He Tribune.flTSpermaaent1Teared.Noltsornar. of,. : -
Chicago
ins where H de-
4 to be true to the stst wn
; tanfht the world to do ill best 'to live lied. to live. until the time earn for be I '; n'I ./in. tooM. irdhr-when for so wWw.---.. i .'

;) iriftn fully ami4.tb etrainaland aittation.&.r.... of inning ministry. Wherever the 't ntuch lessf! can buy-1 h Winchester Tako -." ,..",,..rl.,_-p.. "'
with .11 lather ,
We, to UM tl hq pr.aeet ha placed .a/we, the oip. ' '
Heavenly 'I''H.
vffl 1f
6 its ill. for the glory of God and the wellW son. of can be the sons of God. Th neuafterfiret. day use of Dr. KUne'aOreatNervoBestorer. Iown Re which outsnoof aac .. ,. a... ..... -.e..o"" /
men '
..
.- being; of the, human family. No Crocaua real thing of liLt are not earthly and tem . trial bottle f\.IId tl'l'"t lire,.** 'uJlbt the &- ) -doubiOobirrel "-' '-.c"r' '. ",

X could have been the Son of Man.and The real poral, and the true estimate of orirselves\ .. ii Dr.lt.1L IUj: >...,081 Arch_ St.: .PhlU.f 14 besides beloz. as safe, reliable' ai d hao dye' f i!t'I,..I., D..b.e..w.Y-.:,;-.bH ..,; -
be -
of Man typical
must w ..
TlfJBon representalive
not the plac*-b* it lofty or Jowl.hicbw. ,, r .-, '.
' in every noble way. He must be they hold among men. The divine Carpenter The number of elephant: in the woddlli'a, f J df tcrca Wym =UI t -"w'...--- ".

,: brother of the toiling million who earn i* a comfort and an inspiration to all. fait deereaiing.: _,_ IlE" 4.NUwy one.e
their bread. in the sweat. of their faoe, and Amid tba employment of Hi* trade did 3 WINCHMTftfrl EPLAt NO" co. ," N '' 'I "=,='___" 1Hj ,
t who deal every day with the urgent\ problem Jesus Himself for Ilia public life?; '_, as
4. of livelihood. prepare r..a......__ ,1
.
There He mad ready, at least in part, '
wa Jf ., ..
i And :yet Jeau did not accept. the state to exercise': all those transcendently greatqun.itie v I X b'ESPERATS ; ; ;; .. ...,1.. .. r. Ie .0.. .11.;...., ..

of squalid povertv. H* was nopo uper. of Blind and heart. which marked SEIZING THE SUGGESTION. First MaD.-Yet.'fihio sm.I.J k at ._.-'.UI _....-..-...."__ ,

I The purpose, of infinite love which brought 1 Hi cimiatry.For three year 116l1imae.l 'gave J Cholly MteSojj-Po row ICBO ,)f4 qg, a14' at' honothkitr t t",'-, \ _II.P :,...:.&..;,.. ,>,1.
Him hither could not prompt Him fa accept dp IA Ills work as the world'\ RQcmlr..b Sharp that m iaA .4iiUf\ JtArrle. b.J \ 'B"and !fan-Gsaebuel altlatl..l. ......, ..4
the .tat. of uch a forlorn character.It. fifteen and altra 701 .
: for fears more, . --- ., .iis..w.eaw .
individual away! .- 1t!= a ;'e ._ K_..... _
for fe
.would b* any probita'y the case He was I only>> a'car' got to low at tb> .
X a TTCJ poor through his own guilt to bar I penter. Surely He did not spend all Hi. MillS Sharp-Why. 'Isn't thai lovely! w..e0.'s ear "9:"' '

4. ti...* the:! an incongruous and repu"tvfre time and energy upn Hit doily t'll1. Of.. Do let mOMcago plan ..o'metJslil& CJII 1'01/1 l=1 i iaws-moWfjena'
," ', or to stand a* tl>. model of perfect v>o did H. de..o J llimaclt.to go ood.. ; u an evil In every I cues. of prayer a:i a without Y P W { . ,_w.ri.en
''l; tfid!: itt >. too-. degrading.'polluting to li be.t.. chiractO.at He was no recluno.IT kb:.blt.(5ER.( r! L I ONaggeby'Fbey STUARTSGINAND Due J1.U., ._ Per ...Sa 5..sepp ?
i merit cntvuragementand an enlightened t settled the truth one for all that. the \V* cheerfully: sanit. It to all sufferers 0 ,. =:: "::;'u5'" 5"e s e M 1.5s.

. '.Tat wl11."iM'' make Uw* ,by which if ..4.;fC or Itronc.mll1dcd, .tout- art.d f'foe.'' tell me that a HttM. no,. Llvsr Bean, Kladdar and Mood dl --.....-.t'. .... :._-_'II...._..
poiiibl. to1 crush it.. Guilty povertyahoulbs d to serve God. it in t.h.. world' t ho arenA learning Is a dapgerpus thing.WagghyJifteremlpP FulnJrecUOII.will dgaalbatweelatm l55 .--. I. _'11_
.. ahamed., The Son of Man Fatber' will i. ;It where wlth MJppli. pen I. if -. isisitSissr ..... -1
rebukod.and t err Ttu'le
> doing atheve for, .' still this Eper. Add..*O TTMBT DRUO m''? <*, ,...... ......- ..-
eh4- not. for then He would abund.nt IIPortunit.u tlla ,:, __
;,,' '*cpuA \\e back of the dancer Una.- CO.. ta Wall Btreet. JtTTJlyTX. . ii 11.-.
a long ? ..
haj.t'disgraced Himself and presented culture of h01r: grace and the practice 01 way ;; L-- ...:.Iw.r
+.. J. ior Weal for Hi follower Never bywin holy living. We need the benefit of occasional Daltlmore American. -" t W weir-
-- Himself to t-a borden t.'othera solitude. but war* bound to think -iJ.. Il3JGf fAIL IN A DRY '' i-f..
bleoning an objeat'of. publi chun). 'o seriously of lif and of God'. cause a* f : I :1 r'La 117 e

H. have, spoken to men and elevated to /their itanditrdo and raised,the ton of their talisn which adore perpetual *eruion! First Financier-W. are going tout nt'me

i f ''? ,lacowliJatl Neither. gary a high would social have degree been n iu rdiscreditable The and \divine call-it Carpenter the pobleat ftmtated type of religion not to Miss M. Cartledge gives soroo ,U dlvl'.dd fc2n>oi p tock.pecohi .-, : : ,

,:or is& onia with If Im..1f op .the: interest spend. tb. year upon which Hi' future helpful advice to young girls. ; Pincer-Why. I bad no 'RtnenberWeoXhaCIqtllMAivl tf'IIInrMn"w'
t' b He bad In view; for laHk ett.1au. e..e ".-. ..k war founded amid. the activities!! tsar! Idea that you had dlipo'aed of It all.BrookIriIf .-
.-onlelllot have been in position from dent to the daily interest of mankind. Han . Her letter is but one of thousands look l i the
w" ch He could touch the mind and heart w a brad' -winner! a ..._ } : ,LiiAcLLri i rncl MN to1Jd.A.1Jia; buUaoI. 4A.
.:. live of the nation1\ The Son of Mant \ i. God'. ordinance.arn"'t"Vult :...*. a : which prove that nothing l This djn and. TAto naMhovt bed iThis

t be Where fie eaa fipaak,'to all with nurse in the beginning, it i. a beltig! now. is so helpful to young girls ')vl o Yes ga. auaol Ttols for tk BHiT 4urin.i abc"
1 advantage.} where He raa'.ch their of bet tonic*. It i* scarcely ; :
It ill one t'b. h .John X Salver S *4Co. ., .'
) ," itiena and wield- Hi ,-bleased power lea than a sacrament. It may be debased, are just arriving at the period >f ; [ i* U m,m- iif. t ? I i f\\?\ >edeeJtrwin 6 rf hfre-Wlntf **kx

ores the sphere of their practical questions even a* may the sacrament of the altar in womanhood as Lydia E Oal:!'I Cvrot. U..., Oe., you f.
,. oould not havo been one which one may eat and drlDlt4..ID.tio. pkg,Earliest Green Eating Onien..10c. free cottJojue
i.IIt1"t.i..U.to purple and fine linen to his soul but.i& i* something of a sacrament 8JD'. 'Vegetable Compound, I pkg. Peep Of Day Tomato..20e. died .dultlmhyntaMhint
: every, day, neither which i* intended\ if used aright, to I pkg. Buses: 71ab Light Hadish..lOc. proof
.. : opte4 the, portion of a strengthen and uplift and to further the. "DSUB Us* PnravA.MI ea snot I pkg. Long Quick, Quick: JUdisb......lOc.: food for f WIt wotkr,
itI and ralfda9iotdpoverty. H would divine. plan It i* a sacred duty!It i* the praise. Lydia K. Pinkharm'a Vare- J ** ?*:Queen o1.AIl.Radialar.l.e... -.J.JtOVftR CO,''i / \ .
e b*either rich or elnfully..poor<< but an privilege and the prerogative .01, takingpar table Compound' highly, for(it1s Above six rarer. aovel tie*, th ehoiet aadnt'o ramp....a.... dN Is"'Wbat.' Yon
+ ,! industrious, royal workingmaa.not *"ia the. .u' activities of humanity, It the only medicine ever tried whlfh. < | their kis>d.. b.W retail value of ,j=I fait !
ibis the carpentern Jn.tbii en- u aa invitation to the market pUc to oinenM *- elU'04.*. I suffered tnvehr from tmyfirvt Toe. bnt-thw9to.raTnailfdlUa you free, Tome : '
; and half reproachful oql ...tI_ of HLaog4aint.nbse comforts, to hav.. a shar in']the memstmal perio4i .U dh Sk r'sb5g -..ta1o... :!: .flave'Yor11JalaLlilal TroaHc." tIEB1LMEDICIIE
IMel
'. Is a happy"'ation of the _Id'proareaa and'the.making of 4 bia- aowe worth-4100.**tSeefwidiMwak. r enlldjaiitlat; ;
n.. .
,I of Ur'rion of Man for all th.world.: tcor It'jxeemlm* independence It,diclrrliaae.eharicter .and dlsavf afc tlanes I eould net punjie dener, all upon receiptof but 3Oc. in poatag L. DOUGLAS' ....).e......waettep----11I1'_....-1I1... .
i* inv 4 ttI-'B ehap that H* epent all ,: it schools the ,affection, .my ..&aaU..tntla.th.aeual Utter* t.My and this aoti.... [A.CX.] wet .
.. 'thrae/jMHis of Hi'manhood, It.was We only.heir ground and/are tbevghte.b caa>e aluggUh k hidkeadaeaea U eii St'.fe
at the bcsfcM"In4 with the. tools of a taachani holy are thing;'! when. we go! with-ChrisT* daub baokaches ('aad ;alaklg: \ ei FaimctAU taOha/.%2kd] g u...1!.1fO.ery ,3 &t31SI jO SH ''tlh.iaseeid.e. sad e. .4 a.l.t..a .. .a._ ry

that dM aliost4iv.*>inordevutaatHi hedsily.rotjiid'and. the eenunon taakv. nella, also paW g i&.tbe book and lt ir _tr i Uoua.. ]i. afar =.....is -.ruUaabr.ss - ..... ,... '_
example 6ul m *j> V lesson of..truth louse>.of CJar.tiaittt'! the incarnate UsnVe.vIsi tact, X was sick all oveiV i l ,n'.6.w. MiJd 4 UJlri ttaoi e r d) Ct
afir human aouls ,
end iaseiratioai xe : TfMT ban'Af God the u ,.wa* tits -." FlnaUy.'after other nlb44 _

.Scripture la, but,.. etre.s they anon do not HJeo place bumble Him! clrunutancs on- legs' carpenter" .had been tiled, we many were advised tt> rttrydlaJ b '!/rn\COIU1 :t 10 i'r. .t n.v .M.Mt

a'par With. the thjpltleistaliugard: *- "R.Q... ...Mws'\s ,I : \1 : a.tPlukhant's'sVeget4eCoaupowsd fJ: ... litdeI, I i''B' ,\ .. ... 1ailGasw
ThQt ;: and I V
serves to feel'U4 MDsbof.( iwaat.' fUff] bell.J\J'; am pl.sa.dtfj a W' trna'.gem ,.. -
fort of our can fathom the depths of Hi* blchest lesson' ,; ,that alt.rtaking-Itonly two week*, s :Tn" \ ; hay r ltl.e fI 'I.Al3&n
< iumJllaUoa who being the Son o <]od, bHe -< learn i* humility. O, that every Chrtitlaa wonderful change for the better:Ux k Plao'f eu..* ..the beat >*dtelnwe>ev r #*d' -
I ..., .tllA. 8ql'lf )l1m..4 ,., .tpjutar. : mhoraeekt tor advance in holiness .' ree 1dN4.}4dtt. sh.lV>I1pia.. west' D for all affection ot 'taisdhrhgt-Wx! : woeti 1 --- ...!.9t..aa.. ..

wb 'hOia4aiHe.DcIt.: : hllo #aak Wtaxber AU well I _There,. >ay t4.. Inteuiooll..oratlen b.a... perfecb.aUII..'. t felt bnd 'd ,f 0. gm: >aijT, Taaburen, tod.. 'ets. 10. 1
beeame. might be:rJbai...'Bei U.roacla:stole_Iii.arty .JIG.1IoCftUW. .n,y JIIritI! o-> anofd yoy, k.J a.np.Y. ftfa.,aid fopsjd 'all; worlcJk&stdeo. a putt I ''A'galloa"oratmalnate'lgbxatted'Dthe d4C.reuoeisth.prloe.to:$ $be air. ( '! . . .,"r alb.._A_.aI... l .''IL.,.

1V..iretov ''lJei11" iA ....... taIi tiletheta } ) ad'ttb ten my expeijffe average grown peraoa. '- .
tq etfsopporting basin, making a be an .sioa..lr-u.ltatfoa with it al. with. Lydia B.'Plnkh sun's ., i
: Uvip.g en b,a.. tending plow.-anit.,.ok... we. .Let TSS Wanrth I lesson--th. hlgHest aollnB table t 1k-9a c.UCIA : a etflw

pairing house- and doialr.ll the jobiwblch la the deepest humility, end ,let u* r- fewest riA.( UQclefoJila .,,; \ s.se,
ly 4 ""' *. a villa e..c.rpenter we'_ Him member-tba.ta'ait. om- s not -gof itself but Uis M. C4an. !:; \ alIaJ'lpala..lad. eolfo.96e.abottie C.Itekea.wklert I..eery. .'
...,w-, twaM. ed.9a
tlautl I el..at 1.v e
tls.ntados'1br 'jiiwrr.elhe
.HlTCr lyttat ,o whlc fcgonv.the part 0'WI' fait htr Lord and il"I- -tot. : e'-c
lea way N
.... Aadrw : "If""" gge.waes ss ... jour else powder e r r
1,4- 4 enut be trodden br bread-winners.. U., His faithful Murray, years_

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: I T.LK *MON. NO. ,1.1 The will Thoroughbred be abe service Kentucky of the Publicat Scallion DANK SHOE MAN; :

,.rl. M rrr" ..wnaeesvseyralo.v IJeatnan's Stable after April let. ... Ai : THE ,; I
), 9Ae. In :'Taller Uaiette. Mnliaiag.KISSIMUXB.OSCEULACOCHTY "Perfection1.' U the, 6nesi. _Saddle '
v. .. .. .
k t ,rLA.J' Hors<&the worldsIrotlce' j
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P 1} W.lB.tHSaa. j FBOPMBTO: *.. : ,
> The following are the' qualification .
**" . J.* B. POUHP, Editor for,.,oten. participating 10' the ap.proachlolC' -.V,. . ," ,, ,
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't. primary: : . '
i BnUrM at tie ........iitc. la Klsilmm**,!'i.., All persons from other States who .. 'f ;, .
n **Moond-oluu nail ntu.'.' will have resided In !this State one I -....: .. -.-" -.- -- .' I
I' I yea*-; and In this county six months : \ ".
_ KBf .. 8.b.erlbeh' will. pUM notify til. oath l(. odor to April 12th, 1904, are entitleto iA ,
qt,( '1h.aomueIe.. "j.. zc-wttrom our.....or. register s SI-IOE ..
l 4s.. sl.ntwt fc. the Any person who ha not heretofore LADIES e <
r.ta ... ._ _
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Ii)>cMd nftttor i, .1l ied<.r. with the district supervisor of registration KICK ABOUT GROCERIES. 0 ; ? -
Th.wdllor not reipoo'lbl.for oplalons.. of the district in which he now a. I.
y't ,AirtLvla.i..*jb.bdon.pplle.uou.SUB8CEIPT10N lives, or with the Supervisor of registration If you have a kick aboil4-Grocer- STYLE OF A DOROTHY DODD will be appreciated tit' a ,
at the central office, and ob- :. THE
BATS tain a.registration certificate.In ( ies} try us. Without a doubt the -tlte comfort con .be determined the Instant tHey'IBr, fit-. .

Oos CX>> one...., .... .,. .'...... ....H.Oa case of the removal of a person- .S
I T.
.lOP'. III. mont..... ... ........ ...'. .. .I IOn. /10'A from one district to anotherdiairlct (tn most satisfactory and wear have well demonstrated their service.
', .oory,fbi.. mouths. .,. ., .. .. .... ,'" this'county, such person must In person ted. Time
notify the supervisor of registration GROCERIES'
'. - Friday-March '25 1W4, of such change of residence and I B Oxfords 250. '
obtain a certificate! of transfer-which in this city are obtainable in our '
U obtained without cost. \ '
{ ... BEEN RMSIMO IF) FLORIDA It is also necessary to pay poll tore. 'Our Grociries are sold ,on : . Boots $3.00. '
FI'o..ld& taxes for the 1902 and 1103 Dot ,
f .Our. eontempory, the Times years _
Onion,of Jacksonrlll discredits t.b", later than April l th., 1904; provided, ..their,merit. Extremely low figures - .- -- .. ,
that no who bas not been' In '
V th oft-repeated. rumors that "ar syndicate this State person one year previous to any will not buy staple gratis any

(Or'"aggregation"' of Western beetpa.cke. general election, or who bas arrivedat where. Here are the lowest pri ; Men's Crossett $3.50 and $4 Shoe
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stir .. is about to acquire immense the age of twenty-one during 1H02 .
trac ta'ot !ut-over" lands In t.hatStat.e shall be required to pay more than ces for good Groceries: '
one year's (poll !taxes, and shall obtain "
on.Which' to breed 'beef cattle c n aKsRantlo a non-liable certificate for the Bacon, by side, 9c. 1 Coitie
scale. makes life's walk Several styles. ,
ra'r It admits that the indnstry year 1002.( easy. .1
1r ", could be made enormously profitable All persons, who have arrived at Bacon. cut lOc. .
t. v however, and urges the homebreeders ,'the age of twenty-one years after January and see them: \;,t
r t lit, 1K)3, Ilft.fI f
or are ve yearsof Oats $2,25.Slightly .
"I. .- to go into it themselves (n- age and over or who_have lout alimb '.. .-- ,-- .' :'
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_ ,A dead of permitting' outsiders to do the In battle, are exemp i from the damaged Corn, $1.25. ,
al ;thtD .;) payment pf any poll taxes, and should
obtain a non-liable certificate for 1\0.'I: Red Star Brand Shoe 4
Shorts 125.
The: Jersey
ilI feeding of a Florida range steer from the supervisor of registration. ; /,
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.s. 1' ".' we'are told, even If he Is four ur five No person can participate In the .
k1'\ r\,": .:..' ,years old. Is as profitable for ninety primary election to be held May 10th, l
'.ft.5g:;Y;, :.. .<>r ins hundred days as Is the breeding 1904, unless he l Is properly registeredin W B MAKINSON CO. + '
;,, / ".of Northern or Western "baby beef" the election district In which he Medium Priced .: wy
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.. t .\ :' If sot now lives, and has pald'bls)01lt.Bxl"lf\ Oz t { titG.; 3tCae'E--I _.:.. ;
4 I' : : more so, against an eq uallenltt.bot for 1002 and 1M)3. except in cages noted A "*T *"* .
; ;{ Jlme..If. argues our Florida contemporary above. !
4 r ,'Chloago'can purchases clean 'The Glen'a '
Wlckl8t1-oi Stove at Watson's. y Gents' Little Gents' ?
healthy hardy' carcass .and then !tak -- --.---.--- I Ladies'i
T .* Ing'advantage of the ravenous appetite The Miami"Metropolis says J. W. a first-class ,! i
Watson has just purchased the lot !fl. l
created by a life-long,feeding on
''the ......plnll.wl -&Ta.l, in one hun- containing building at the the rear old of Chinese hi. bill laundry: brick I] I : uropean.rlan Hotel and Misses. I.t

ts :dred days' feeding on corn increases hardware store at Miami. It is his .1 fJ
} .bis weight three or four hundred -intention to remove the old building i j 1.
} pounds, Chicago in. driving a remarkably and put up a large brick warehouse '' I'' CAN'T BE 8 EAT.
addition to accommodate his rapidly' j J J. S. [STRflTTON, Pro.I'!
.good .bargain. The ... ,.... ...
wiregrass jt'rowlnlZ'trade. When this newT>ulld- |,i 1 N52 S2gss-S5p2g52 =52? t
r+' steer has been so hungry all bin life! loll' Is finished their Block will be'' "1

t ; that his gaunt, mangy frame asulmuJateava largely Increased. I j Have fitted up the room /; 'r

'much higher percentage of his ""Better OoldT (!i!" recently vacated by the City ;\

ti feed than does the Northern animal "I was" troubled for several years j) i 'i i- 'ft'
and the above
a that has always been, fairly well nour- with chronic indigestion and nervous'' ,i Bakery rooms --- t'
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1 ished. For a certain length of time debility, writes F. J. Green, of Lan"I I' with the best equipment to be ( t

his digestion !is ostrich-like, and ,he aster until began, N. II. using"No remedy IClectrlc' helped Issuers| me' ii i r.!! had and am now prepared to ., COME: : ANS> SEE : l,1

... makes Juicy, gamey steaks and roasu which did me more good than all the;;I I i i. cater to the wants of the pub- .; f1
of medicine I ever ueed. They have also OUR NEW LINE OF
Bestead tallow. So the Times-UnIon lic. Table unexcelled large, FALL
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puts" out these propositions kept my wife In excellent health Lori i fairy
t
lean She says Electrl Bitter are1.: rooms and comfortable
"'Eyer)',.time we sell a beef frame to ust splendid for female trouble that''' I
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"' '. the Northwestern corn States to have hey are a Brand tonic abd lnvlgora-| j beds. Rates reasonable for Dry !

t.be'beef' to put on It we lose from (7 for for weak run down women. No I! Single Meals Board by the ,

,to'.to< -pro to neglecting do thai other medicine" can take Its J place inour I Day or longer. r NOTIONS.KA
family. Try them. Only Me.I j i
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r fattening, ourselves. We allow !
our
? attraction Osceola''
guaranteed by 'et NA!N<Nt> AND Tz
w enterprising Northern friends to make 'oarmacy. &
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In one hundred days-minus railroad
j r 'transportation-nearly as much
as we
I r' r r irTir pYr7/rTidyr3rrlps llr l/ h
.make in four or. fire years spent in .,f;
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,raising a beef !frame. _- 1r

Qi "We lose even more than this In !
NowIU
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yl shipping the frames to Cuba to be fattened ?8 -

out on their iHch Para and-Gul '

nea grasses, because we pay a i five-
MOQOOC
dollar tariff duty, which, of course, t I. '

knocked off the .selling value of !tbanimal. _4_ .p
;" cq ; IS -THETIIVIE LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE. .

i :Florida is a State of wonderful nat - ,
rra oral) r..ourbut It seems to be ex.t.timely vri i', t '


,. iIJ ,bulk of difficult/to her,.working induce population the to great en J. S. STRATTON Proprietor.. '

t ;gag In productive home Industries. ,
\With a great wealth of superb native \ 4


__ A.24 I; "". her wood woods furniture close manufactures at and hand most, she outside of buys her of all other the of To Do TIT LITTLE JOB OF Pmrc.


81.&... She import yearly thousand )-
i ,upon thouands of, tons of corn and
w corn products, and .. much more of -
-1 ,hog and other meat product. Sle 4tsa..y
'? could raise every bit of herself. Tbe + .
payment all this.vast aReady Mixed "
'constant drain on the State's fnanelal
4 're.onroeL.aWe hope to see her ere .. '
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'long'not' only breeding beef caW Dry Colors
-I.I. I t'enough for her own use, but raising .
(fa the corn to fatten them on and exporting ca- ; J
,,. the product to New York and Baltimore -
'" and Boston In refrigerator. -.- Oils Stains (
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., :.Political >8pakl Next TkMradi'Owing v
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't!t .. to the. illness of Senator TalTlaferro Varnishes ..
t r ;' &the engagement made for him ...s:= ,
't ; and Hon. R. W. Davis to discuss the ......... '
.a} ,
1 political situation hen last night was "
4' "" cancelled. We are requested to state, Plastico
however, that they and po..lbI7otber.
'Q; candidates for those positions, will be CU ,
'.": her next Thursday to address tbepeopie. "
y' r *''I'. .' .Everybody! Is requested.to,attend&DIatrict .' ColdWater

,,-,( ,i 1t R.RI.trattea Officers.i ns: : .

Xt- r., Jt* W.:'Thompson, ''Supervisor o'Registration = Paints and a

11,>: sy for the county, has nam M
I .,t i-(i ed the "tallowing as his deputies, In the .
f J I \'several' precincts: ;r +' .
:\1'. '><("" No. *-=W;vW Iveyv. ;r / BRUSHES.Pariah '
...'.. 'No1 -Wm.Btrkklsnd.:; FINE.LINROP .

'\\t. ,:I. 'War;: F.H.rWsrren.i; .. .',_-' .
1lo. 6-W .A."Eubau.
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;'h it '? \No. ...:,Arch-Bass. :
; y' No.7-W.'W; Chandler.jWaj I
avn "} "Wf.L..l. Carr, '
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'- the ra.!!****. Paintis

'}.'! :;' Oper&,House.next Tuesday

I Itk( ; :'night our theatre goers will have the
: pleasure of enjoying a' first-class performanceJoy '
:4- a ,eorppa.y,.01?.rt.late guaranteed not to come fno
t" bead tb* brilliant actress, Marie ,
J> i':> i Date who.is well known for her splendid '
i' v work la all the Hoyt; p1a.,... .Th.y matter how long exposed
'>; comes heN l&er a"very ..uo.oealtul -
: oo '
.. :' ,... tour of,the state, having Just to the action of. the air sun .- ,
played an engagement at Tampa Casl- Half Block from 1'11' ":
for .
F'' '110,'and the press of that city gives the weather ftndjosts, ; no more Depot and Hotels. '/..

k ;. eom|>any.... .. r,.a. very, -klnd 1 .notice.. "than Inferior goods : .

1p ; oi'si Growe forJ 'Bale. M.000.00. ,. , RubJber-tlred Vehicles r t

1L t oP *. 'a7+'ns''"H, Wiltiox'Jet'. r ,. Careful .
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flEw /sari d1 fC.'bey:' Reasonable, '

hs.ed.. 'I. : GRAVEST & "GRAVES, Pliotie 61. -

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The Klsslffifaee ValleeGaieiTatcPHQNlt : Weather retting warmt Colllato* at Cat nipbell.i ;: MlUI err Op
Wile! ,"the tuner. Orlando\\l, .* i Just bet re'eOlriit to firess .. I tears' .'Mral'Chandler: ;' will hold her regular . ..'. -'.

- NO.. H. ..Candidates. are on'the'hustle. that the northbound and south SprlnfftMUllnery 'Opening' on,.Satur '''G'O' TO IiQ: ,
bound In and .rch 26tb and 28th.. 'I'
freight trains met a bead-on day Monday ,
PUBLISHED ,ETKEY, VttlDAY' A few ,trunks left'M.,Ration's. collision at Campbell St..ttoohI.. She will bare on, exhibition: : all the r '.+ y
ar. ' mornLu engines were derailed, latest creations In Millinery,,"aod Invites J
8. Bullock Orl..uio.r.r.a.
'HI ,
. "-o"o.'H' 1i1t7NuliOli .. daysEater; went to one of them being jthrown in the ditch all the ladle of KlMlmmee ,sod W A' 'T- .S'C."N' S' Y

while the other stand .across the vicinity to attend->-Maroh te.andag.I ... ,
Egg, .Dyes at the Osoeola. track:: Several loaded oar.were completeljr r.J'. .. ,:'I'..".' wawM "
'DInoToPIY.Ksrwoeiet'Ceonoa , The Arttnan In North Kt..In \
Pharmacy.H > wrecked and the freight scattered OroTe\ 'I , .
'- When 4eE'd' et
--- oar of the chest piecesof ,hi ; if ,f
''' thV-track. mee. property ;
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;- Mob 1 ("al pronalscunuiUy along :
FraMtilDc bu.loesi.
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bath II a.m..od T ... ,.lock.: Fry.r, meeting ,: Plemlnir'made a trip to Both engineers( were slightly injured. In town< hat been sold to MUs . nano':"
'.T,ry Tbnr.!d j .vcnloc at 7 p. m. Babbaih Tamper Saturday. Virile Plumroer of B nton, Mich., I HARDWARE. 'FURNITUl ,
"bGoI.: 8uDd",,mora. a,. 'Robert.(W.l'loJf visited Orlando on Stat. 8c tlv. Corrltt..raa;: ., who with her father, Mr.. .A. Plumoaer E. :
"._ I.P. OKU. Putor.mrr ... .At thi.otclt iouofma.y, frtandi 1 1i. bas teen visiting. the Tatmans.: I! .i" \u
.C.VtICI..o.. j. Frier .Ioor.- a business.julsslon Tuesday. r bjrftnnouna ...: .
Preaohln....t' Snndrr 11 A m., and T ]>. m.Tra '' *my efctxlldaar for ......ber of.,tha8UU CROCKERY, : ,H,
.i P.0-U'| n..tln( .... ... ..- 9und>r FoR'RICNT.-La.r"e'; office 'room, In. 1)o''ocraflG Eivontlr. Commltt far W.urTJCD'to. RlaNTPlallo.. ,, .Jf'
IGhool'. ) n. m. Frarvr mMtlns.wry Tbum- Tellblock..Apply to 14-Xat. OMeola County and tolinlt the support of tll. P., A. VANS Aorocw.' ,
day 7 p. .. YWtorealw.ye w..oora..- demoontlo "4>&en''of the, 'jul'i.uc.uTEL; Tribune HARNESS. S'ADDLES:
Rri JOBS' EriMorit! C.uao.-0avh1' ; 'b. "' ,Who'll dare-say "the food old sum The Tampa of Sunday contained
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"'Kld K.otor.! Mrrlorn on the iwoonrt Pun ,'? with the followingItem:1:' {'Me.....
t1m la '
.iner not ui again 'OR' :
.- Insuranoe go'to J/.M.t'. BUILDING: I MATERIAL I .
dar at lh aumih Morning preen rmoa Fur Will- c. C Burns U. U. Buck and L. B. S. :
and holy onmnmDlou at 10W: o'olcckt ErcnlntYpravsr Another lot of Dorothy Dodd .Ox ton, Jr. ' gale harB purehtlledth .
br,,__ .and. !!rna G at lee: o'clock. ford's ,at.Ds.nn'.the'8hoe. .'' M.&o... : -y .. ? "'"r-'. \Wbl (aj .. ,- II \. .. .., .' .r".
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Supplement --KJssltt mee' Valley'Gazette t''March'25. _1904._ ,0r Jy; , 'SATISFACTION GUARANTEED "
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a tttttttIn1U1U1TttTttT1ItttmnTttntntfmTIn1Ufntmintttp ' ;' ,' ' " " 1, ; '''' :-/'" blp'.t Liar"off Them' AH*' laws tellers seam tothinlr, lotsWT; me,' ,),. 'J \' ,, : ;

C NQHTX KIRBIMUB A1fgitAr hegdj Fly} f bS:<1904.-- aa(the was glttla! their' revenge. as tba.,,' > " ',., .,S 117 1
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Et 'oi' at" :::::: Editor Valley Gazette Dear sir-=Til,. .,&._.Jt"I."I'f'"o .r{-_f, > s* >' .
C. W.GRIFFIN beautiful evening, as the soent of_the we ; am tryln to raze'hogs ." '\,.
E 3 : orange and it.l'toU..,. creeps In at my : an',I thought a. how good;.thU" . '. .

E : == window", aooompaoted'by, tblovsly' boar::cheat mite be for,the .hogs,' so I' ,. I'

E' strains made!, the Toioeot the moelc chopped of the blue quarters' ;fur; rar '" "r .

ing bird and'as, the mosquito pipes own' "eatla';>nd me and',,Sfls' put the '

E fancy family j (Groceries; his power bill'of into a 10-pound my J left cheek alligator.with all I will the fur balance the niter in the NeX hog'pen mornln'an' went: T looked to bed'; : tate 8anki Kissimmee ; 1

try'once more In the history of m7 career out an' that Orltil y bad; mind ',op, : '

F ESS: ;: tEI: to give the readers of your.' paper he had actually got his bide .frond Off -- ll '" > ;
"F r. the barn > had lt 'ant"the'hole '
where
.. a fewdots 'a.tD 'eiperlencerln: I< put ,,. "
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!- H "P'h rI4r:":-.t't' dint" beer'fnuch: ;:1n thing 'had 'ootne to'gcther, ''an? \ Offers to,"Customers :TEvory ,facility ,

is Delivery everyday, at any hour i patronage solicited = the'South, but I do love; It*, opag.a'. thar wu the 'hole thing jlst aa I had ., t

UlLULUttILULU1tiilILLIWiUttLLUttli; ; Iall1s: ,iobrletji' .oct its Inttelleetusllty. seenIt the Yenln' befoV, He had";.... I. ConeisteutwithSoundManagemen, r

IUUIUltULUiUllliiiliiEn The folks I've met In these Alg\ nearly 200",led ur the finest shoals ''a ,j

gin's air slmply' all O; K. Tha. air Flurldyan'that bed, with the moitK. raonal Attention to' Jill Bnsinesa tntrnated to' '''v,. )

a rn s t t tollltn"; Kir t joti all..ibeh11o..ma.Llon as biff '.1 'the; Kentucky Mammoth: , : ,' : : ..:
you air\ lookln for free. -no thar r rand e:;.. C.,.,: the eyes' a* big *. any church B1.CARSON. : :.
4 door,' the body Beamingly as large as N.'. OABHIER4: ...
..It"don! 't cost ypu as they etpriesIt" ; )f. '
MAYNARD. LUMBER Co. s hhl thhwg'tJ -* -, the State .Flurldy wus than In my "
I hayock wlt.h'm1 '
n wanted to'fro but sad! bog pedplaylniad ,- .
TotberPeet4: ; ; ..i' 'z '..
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see ehanoM foe meat' next 'year. ,I run '
the oountry. Well I wus advised j -
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: : th.,house, got my old-B tf j; ....
Saw and Planing Mills to take my gub along r?.<> If we did ran Faded rr:
this time good and ad' ,
Into methla'.H. .wassll. ,.rn..... 'Well, strong ,
at the crack of the gun hear come the'

Now In operation. Complete House Bills FurnUhed. yYellow ,tole wend.1I'\4a-lt down' tu me pur fa shape little an'cabin I wouljo aa' Grfixley right behind., my, heels. Begot ;

and Pitch PInt Timber !and Lumber of all Kind. me jammed Into a fence corner an* W' Year's 'Gfeeting :
.. out and,see about the game blfesr -
.. ORaFRS: : FTI.e. =:..En ::PRO: ::: cr'wL- -. $ In Fluridy.' 'Well!, 'sis-is a kinder wiis jUt flxln to;, put his puny teeth ; s"
neck _
lota I when niate ,
tnjlneerin kind .va'gtl' aa'.be sot my my room I I1'
MAYNABD LUMBER CO out ; punched me la( the tide with the sharp
old etal"Cur muzzle loadfn, shot ,
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end of an umbrella, (which waked: me.) ,
pun, Oiled the shot fxiucb. 'with ,everyyilogt1 I \
1 :t1 '' and sad, Bill:what ,lathed=l air you
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at she ,
---,._ I thought, an we'.ad'tb4 I kic\do.\ ,..... 'Yours truly, ..._. I
eraoker started fur oa da1'.ap4n,, .After .
... . i 1l01.11*'.om 30 car 40 miles oufta UM Bn SKODQBisS., take this method' wishing.each: and 8.lL my-'customer, a':

tammoolcs an' marshes, I -tple t.bL4 ..The Best'COq .'.B1"p.i iy New Year and to,express to'them my thanks' and appre- "

E R.\\ T .4' BUTLER E' : eracker' It j wIt abbut' pima, to turterounf s. T*'-Apple,-x-Probate: : Judge": Ottawa >n of their past favors. Without their' patronage I could

I : an' go hbmet.an'r the .wind; hat ,Co.,.Kaa.sk'...rrlt*.rThts is (done no business, therefore it shall be jr>y pleasure to enf,' ;l.dr .

\ A(, ' '" X. : latl>yoyA QJeL1L&P&\, *.oolld !$ to Horehound say* that.Byrup I .have for used'years: Ballard'and ba* to continue to merit the same by handling such goods as.' ., ,

O ALES.. ,WINES, BRANDIES G : .a.leltJtir.l; boveis. 4' f. ....., T t do not hesitate to recommend, as|, nay need at the lowest margins, of profit possible.... The,
'.. I tWe'"II'.;f ayla'- a..iir40' : i CO tile best cough; syrup;: I have eve? :1s: second to none in this territory and ( take this occasionHcit : "
WHISKIES av .rove. aeao u 'notber, but mgarly.1gltloqulztutillouroe tited." 250' 60o and II at ThomasodJ thosfl who may not have favored ihe-with, th.lr.p&trort V1 1.

L *.0..10.; -- L" !vee,just w hensTlatonowsIlookel : 'j' >Uober ou's.!- ., ',- "i :ft ':$_ j ((1'rfjthe past to call, inspect goods and prices; if you will dp:' ''l

E;: E up SB' tl(s4'lfrfteTln\; paces,,'''stood 'Stanford; has 1 iust 'reoeived :. ,'full el sure we can be of benefit to each other:, The ladies;;
; : C.IGAR.S' ado.TOBACCOS booster' line I .' t dally reminded that we are headquarters for
J -, '; I I ooe ,Grltile" Bear, his month of samples -om.7&1; Tailors! ., '* 'y
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CAIIrER143 ,
S I of Kentucky,anjd bis I body.wus 1, bigas' : 'The npmber'of' I1 i x- *i

: Z/ookouc: Mountain lln"Tennessee/ ; last states that the'Manufacturer's canneries -; G.oo.ds "'Notioiijs..Dress .-
'QnIeuserBuscL.'Beer'A'; Record are- y .
na'' ;, ',A ,' ': :-l WeU..u. ;Iwn. completely\ ;'nockei: beln/r/ established till-Tex..'\and., that \ .. .

.. L: ,i. .., .. '. '- . J.. ...x. n..,...' . i...*.,j jN jO "'. '. wk,*. ',: some exuat,' a portion ot the 1 :ti;.-a, Goods( ,

now Is.my'ttaaiita'prafi. ." .VPs M* a-- '," " : '
in Kissimmee O tMitt. MIl" : > ,.;.Ji.'i
O Can only! be found on BrdadwayStreet. f' ; 1' : 'p
d? air' you com' ,toldO'beeeai'"I; portion of; the; .." .. _. .
CX' :>t ,the BRICK BAR: :BUILDING.T. ., :, am golnVto" .000'tbt''beal': .' ;I vs\. abroad.boma.'Why" are .not'nerles x 'n made Skirts and Waists, Underwear,Millinery,,}Hosiery{ t
established abundantly all? reI'
.. .. w.ll.rou.sh*M atedtie ituraec.'but Jani 'd I that this line of ours is always carefully .selected,'keep" !}
Florida; all the South? ;There U 'i no '' 't I ;$ ;
;: .N + : ': '' ;: : gola 4to rl\fro'1i rf'rlte noI, _...1 great amount of'. i ltorwoapltai::: '*. ,. ur mind always'the l latest ?designs, the. .most, approved
R1t. "BUTLER made one 'leap ant! lt.:letebed'nte. ; ; !Iptor quired In the business or?it can, be ,. the best workmanship and lastly the 'best < prices. .Be- '
-" the msrsh"'ap td m'btp', .It"wua:, abbt easily PI'OC&ared.Tbe.Eut..n4..rtfc e. .-I '
- feel confident of trade if will ,
1 West jret..mucb ,Jovithern ..monejrjbyfurntshlng !hIis equipped we your you. on
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parsprln'jswM: ;: this section wlthv\ our ; |e and inspect them.
.. ... $ hJa.rcoold .oweurir "+. '
all Oft imddent { I
products manipulated beyond out. ,. Yours for a happy prosperous'year.
... ,. chills,tool:_$ me an* L saw..;'grin 'det.tJt bor4 rsiThisiq: many 'respect..1e.*-+-
had me by the heels, wltti -110 chance the canning ape.vMl'lS>safd"that'' almost .; t. :
under God's creation to. save' myself.so .' everything edible Is canned; .- '

High Grade Whiskey J went..to work sat-loaded4old Betsy . "neod':J'Na.one.M.aara eat fresh. food a unless< oentwriUr.T he heprefera to: C. Stanford

with powder,.put. IQ .t:Oh.wed...wad lti for5tha.tnarkeliaontalo.'"to&oned_ i.

.I uv paper, an' when I fait.-for.my,shot roast beef- canned tongue canned J', "
cblcken.acannedveal) : joaf,.,canned,," ,
behol' I found Sis' bad: fa1lodlo putof'mf [!
> sojaps) canned pork1 and beans,canned OrlQlnator ot' I Low "'
T.I1E f CAFE 'r $ NpKb bartowYoumusslcDO : : bests canned peas and canned almost J' fne M ? }:: "
how. t Jjeltc" all that else In Rlsslmme :
'! ; everything except' canned''dicesf 8 ,6i, 1 ; ,';
ag'fame' ,...Wsllyora1U.to 1eop>4SIQdnfiPeS tlou, and ibatspat*up ln. glass.bob*,* '. ,t1Agea.t ,
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.help ..taptb.mseheAaot tl"'.at Jije JlrflK .l"."..zea4J0 be tax** I :
Near Passenger Depot Klssimmee ken along with the things In tin," tit'reI''urod ' for: ': \, ',
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\ : ;..,about;ttha.tlwn6,.,...ibee.thOugb mt.D1te&r.for the Lyon I. : '
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. Hotel .and, the.- Graves Houae. :; ,. .... ta: oaine!. flpatlnthrouahj, ,'my to go ext.en.t ,*- ( pen Quality Shoes for 'Men.'f.' :' .,. ;;.
mine theU drips )5f swet }ftttrtal} to-loe. faoture and: to wrest lb.edntrolt'E,1b '- : !
... BHARDKH : Vf raked'tittR"ehh. eotton market' from.'ManchesterHew. an t Douglas, Shoes,for- : .
: E. Fipppirtoy., ,. oojntfo1bUc1! .York:; Sometime.wlinura th< : .,. : .1 : : / \
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my!han\ throwed In my,gun, an' In tables on the-Northerll(brethren In th< < ,, ,, ';".., ; ,
!less than.10 mln {f $rn| sklnnJUiltbftll canning buslneee, b &%. can make ''s '6 ;

be l r. Them icicle. had frone''clean first class start at.once and the sooneitUe ..' ,,' '.. .
stock of. Wines, Whiskies better. Tampa Tribune.; .. ___
I now have the largest thi >' his heart an' be wus es dead es .,
1 and Beers ever J handled fin Kissimmee. All a c ack'rei.: By this time a big crowd Twelve-year-old" :" Beanie 'V uabu .. >1\ : : tf
grades at prices to suit the times. .. Ita come to wh r* we vns an' !sotae!!.1tv otlCuttery'Ia|.ahas, been .missin CARSON Ff..M>... if'C. RYAN., a.cr.tsty.i.I '-< J v ,

.. 'en knoWed .Jack 'tha tuck him'off! from borne since the,middle of Febru +
> ,d ,,' an He was'last seen;on .:.the Seaboard T i3: :E: e
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too' >ne'slde'an'give" him a talee"clean, Air Line 'traclcbetween: >Llnoonla : i
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Kt'f water bath, .an'.tars they tuck him ',sad -Brandon."..His. father fur &Carsoo' g'CO.

I :rtT0: :' "S'R: A S'PE-OAA''rT,: boi .hl1L le'tb. hist ma aDd', ''pa,.'" almost. ; 'un-. olshea says: Twelve the following'years;old description';,' small black' and .aters. c ; ;

00 clark hair,,wearing a brown colored > .
/ XsklDt the bear,put the whole thingon eyes,suit barefooted, scar on the right -Wko,.....uN .taU pe.1...... '1 Y
I 1 dray wagln an' tuck home to A\-_ | side of righ w..beiowl 1aIee.; 'If found '

*1 T ALL KINDS OFJOB" IlK tor Bend. Qwli e: riy however, [.It will sea$money ux pay any ezpen.ey RtO Q. .t. JPS.; ;

' tfaevboys seamed to think,7 old Grlx. to me here, also to pay any expense: : totarty :

WORK' 'DONE AT :- ..THECTLIZETY wain ded ylt, ant they. begtn to pump Ion. ;i.iflvlujr Please-hare me the him desired detained informs 1 II . :

th4e Winchester'bullets (into' Ills'' al. found, and notify me, his r.t.b.l'f J.R, **& COUNT.! A.IfTS roR ': i rq l

cr AZ B J E1: ready 2 J-! :Jm.1'1 ,1': .1Z I:;t1u _.J 1 .<::IK , 'OItATES i1 '
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J ": -.- ..oil .. ....-..-...- .... .......... ._" 1 I Celebrated Fertilizers t 4'4''A1N'
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said! 4w , ,
> of spirits turpentine ,"ha FIE f
t }8 easkf 'of The Judge has accomplished .what r .
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'1,. '.barrels ot roalo-the tfrsl shlpmjnt had in View when-heillrat beffaif. the j'I Oousitry'" 3Prod.VLoe: : a. ,13'p.eoif: it y. ,
" 'naval atoree from thUjpl0 . ? enterprise, I. e> to demonstratethat> ?,. : ', \" }
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i It ';: A: E.'Dronghi at Key west, ..rrI"edto' as elsewhere In .the State.. He wv 1 '
''t +f e1tJ Baaday. OD 6h//way \0 ;Ns. has done !more than 'c.b&101" be has ':
'. few shipped) profltabls' crop of : : ?
nt11.redturrn already r 'iAIeC.'KiND9'Opf'
days ..MN ssau Maod' .too lettuce off the ffTOTind, and hla celeryIs r, trs : A ,
I' vla.Mlaml.MiainIReOord.The . to-be much above the averaW >
pronouooed ?
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Key, 'W. .11 will bold s bu.Il He will'hare' about MO orates r\ JOB ir WORT :I>ON ilf 'THi W {-
: Room ,We4- to. ship from the patch which contains l ,\ _
,, l bass meeting 10 JOtb t.h. :Et.I,P.. ::14. ..All about ooe half acre of,.p UD4..i r! At r ,.'7. . u ,
' I DM4a,. March there's B1CJ fb.ti";1"1 v nfy
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\ ". l K : M TMi.Bf HOM. NO. 11 _LIn. 'Thoroughbred will be at the ervtoe Kentucky'of the Public StallIon ?- ]) ANN THE SHOE MA1."

.'il 'vaAoUa&D .Y.aY 'AlDAY at Beam aD"'s Stable alter( April\ t. ,

,'. Nee Valley Uatette Ilat1Git Perfection" Is the finest. "-J t. "
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:: -[IS111i11aa.oacLOWLcocNTTFLA.: : Horse in the world. .' .
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'J, K.;'. POUND, >L p-.to ia notice to 'Voters. '
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.f. \t li'I' 'f'. n. Tiansla. r Th*'following are the} qual'lfic&tlonsfor . . .

, t\;"'. o' r voter, participating In the! approaching1 r :
ri < .J. E. POUND! Editor.. : .. eL"7 -, ii
primary; 1' _.. \{ .
", -Entered th. romolBo la Kltalmm*, Fla.. All person from other States! who -- ir
r eeoond-olaaa mail tnaur.baonb .- I will have resided In this State;: one I.

year: and In this county six months _
.. .... will pleaaa noUfy th* oOreo. .. "II prior to April 12th 1904, are entitled bADIESSHOE'S. :
the fall lo..'the paper reautarly.a s <
'II r .HoommunloaUon *.c-ot from our au&bor'l to register j. : .
v, '4ad owrroapondenu. man b* *tnd by ,10.1 Any person "who, ha not heretoforeb .
LwrlMr. : registered l ItTlhls s register ./ ,
y' .et.dmwerwlll'nolb\ ",..r.tuudnniaik the district supervisor of registration A ABET GROCERIES.:' -
KICK I. .
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SI Tbe.dltcrls.ol reapon_lUs far oplnloai..- : of the dial.rtutrlo which- he now J* -_e>ww* .rwrvtmr* -* V1- ..ni.nrrrv" -n. a..fH' ,
''t pr.r..dbyoorntpoedsna1. lives, or with the Supervisi'. '
rv Y\4t .' Adrertlilaf rata be had on applications! "I
may .
central !
ration at the olHot I .
{. tarn a registration certlflca ,
RATK8. I
SUBSCRIPTION In of the removal o'
Oa4'bopy,va year ..... ... .. .. .. .. .fl.oo case
On.copy, ..tx month.. .. . .. .. ....... ... 60 from one District to anothe -
.I.OOPr.tb.monibe... ... .. ... ., ." .25 this county, such person m I f

.L son .notify_. __. the_ supervisor____ ___c. -
.'Friday, March 25., 1004. lion 01 nut:" CIIBUKO v. rcni .. ---- ,- .- - (/r-I
obtain a certificate. of tran P'NN1'W V b'b'b V aMNNbbN N? I 'Tag A..enee.To'Faa .
V Is obtained wlthou cost.It ANXOUACEHENTS.CaD ,For
SEEK RAISING IN, FLORIDA. OKMbcaaTIO VoTWn t OafcUMjk Colil-
is also necessary to f Professional Cards. TT: -

taxes for the years 1902 an HOTEL J JJ.
.: later than April\ Ittth. 1W04: ""' uu-ler thus head l uulll the primary lor ...00. reelection. luUieolrto* ol-Tax Aaapmwr iibct)
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that'no person who has n _"' _". """ i IlL CADDKERrBOPMIETOK. : ctrlc'tly\ I advaoc la th. IHxnooratlo primary M., luta. K.!lei.
ofb-rpete rumors that a jpdlcat this Stale one year. previ raosasoN led I I>roml.. 'h......* faith ul and Impartltlaorvtieln
(. Fa .. '-- the future aa I bare tried to Kite In
all ;or:' 'a8' gatloD" of- 'We.tern beef general election' or who tat Phy.icioa ud Ssrl.ea : For Slat ftat U, paat. Very raanrUully.U .

packers It about to acquire Immense shall the be age of twenty-one to d A'... CALM A I"'''.''D. : Rates: $1 i Per Day. ..fPARK I Itrspectfnll l} .uuoumvt. ravcelf r. is <-.n"'- 1'. IluUM IY,
required
pay It..c. 'PhOM dalefort.ir 10"0' I Ihs isnh Iiintrlrl of
s 33.
;' 'tracts' of"cut.-over'lands la that Stale one year's poll taxes, ant .. : ': t'.oI". cuiniMi...il. of Oraiiy*and Oftrvol' tom ,* 8..aqr of ..........10..
:on which to breed beef cattle c n a Lain a non-liable certiHci Otria PYoao 133. Special arrangements by': Ue, subject lo (he IXiniuiTMlo- primary rlectlou. herby announce .n,...1 attardldat* for 'Ib.

rt .EIRotio.oaie. It admit that!) the In- year 1002. KI8SIMMEK.D F//..'. :: the m 0 nth. Comfortable : .. toria C. )lAS8 \". offlo* 6f Hniwrrlaor.. KBCl.tra lon for oia.ChU..t .

i a '. ';dnstry could -be made; enormously pro- All persons, who have : room and table furnished w th e I -- _- ;, .- demorrailr; slidreaMrtlulienIMlltb.suppoROR"......ra..f the rotialy.

: y', ., fltable, however and urges the home the uary age lat of, 1003 twenty-one, or are year Oftj A. VANS'AGNEW :: the best the market affords.. i I, For S,.,. SHtor. t W TIIOMPHOil.Saoervleor .

'breeders to go Into It themselves In- of age ana over, or who 1: I ATTORNEY AT LAw..'\ ... :. To the I..mocr.llc Voters of the litlb Kenafnrial .
I ;" ....s.ai..a.a..a1W. I'lnlrk'l cif 'Iorld.-/l : I hertly. antinuiifemyvrlf of Recletrntleal. -
_ }, tead-pf permitting outsiders to do thething. limb ID battle, are exemp -i. I AND No TARY PUBLIC, /II I- I M ....."1.1...) for t HtJito Senator from tliU I hervliv
annciiinc tnyaelf a caudlTale for
of taxes, I ill.lrlct. tublrrl 10 the lli-mocr.llorrlinarlo.fi.
: payment poll
., c n obtain a non-liable any certlfic KISS1MMUE.; FLA. be held on (La Imh uf )/." IMN If ,1..4t.i, l I to Hiiprrvianr dlacharre I uf Ihe Kt-vlamiluu lutli brwoilalnflf elected
of the .
d t ; Tfc e feeding of a Florida range steer, from the of L. Van will rnilravor lo fllhfnllr >rve. putt' I hall and oouiK-foiitloutljf: { oTIe( / thftilly
supervisor reg Duzor& Co. '
sPVrle| I to an y aid that tu* vntvra ol tbla 1M.-
r' we' re told, even If he If four or flve'years No person can purticlt Irlct will Rive me, LBWI8 WUIDDIM.

J ., old IN as profitable for ninety primary election, to be bel) Dlt. J. W >IMPSON o =-=-= = =-.: _- __ =-- I R UKACIIAM. For S..... of abllo '.lIractlotl. '

.. '. <'.. .9r bile hundred days as Isthe breeding 1004 In the, unless election he iff district properly Ir DENFINT. BROKERSREAL ---For--State'- --Alto.--...,-.-. -- I I To I the Votera. of 0..1. Couutyi

of Northern or Western "baby beef," now lives, and has paid hi Offi ... ." anliouu.v mrwlf. an a candidate for f Err hereby of hii erliilfiident annouuc' my of eaudlilary Public,I Inatruction for Ib* or-

i U opt more so, against aa equal length for 1O02 and 1003, except li QI O c. ola Pbllrmacoy. -------- -. ---- _-. -- 1--I ,. Atlciruvr lit III" "111 Judicial < Inuit, I tbauk rOD for your very. vrnrroua vo4o lo
% D I to Uieaclluu' .if the V..m".r.r prl't.arr. I I part vliH-lloua. an l shall be d"'I.I l grateful for
: If Florldaooatem- ted above. t m. to 12
t of time. argues our OFFWE HOURS m. haier
I __ ._ : ESTATE Cm.CU.ll. hUTTPor support you nay aroora me at Ih*
--i r 1.30
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clean : f to 5:30p. m. Buuroacbluc" primnry. Vour $
,. porary, Cblcag.ca.n purchase Oil t I HlncerelT
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Wickless Stove atThe
_; Telephone No. 76 Jun 5, lvr. I W. B. HIKTfcH.Far / .
healthy hardy carcass and then, talc: --- AND INSURANCE Stole AUer.... --.-- . -- -

f '' qk InfT'adTaota e of the ravenous apne-. Miami Metropolis s I nN'> announce mr randMwcy for Map.rl.te.de.t -
!i'tU.I.r"I .
Pakllc
Watson has just purcha A. II. STEVENS I the | .. AtUirnrv of the r.mh lB Cmcll*
it : r6 I tits created, by a life-long1 feeding on nIL Judlvlal Clrrult{ of I hrrrby
containing the old Chine rinrhla. iubrrt tu the clein- annouur thyself. <**Bdl<1al. Dor
I >r the raspingwiregrass, in one"hundred building at the rear of hie ...""""" """"" f I ornate uniniuatlun on May loin 1"14 I thvpfttreof/ .....Mnnvrlnieiident. of Public Inirtru".-
....DUNTIST.... I i I ufTvrn tilt. HHC a rkatl' and fcarlcm admin lint of c" ,la Counly.tubJev/ the hero
: days' feeding on corn Increases hardware store at Miami. r I laimtKi .>f the lulleof{ the. above h.iiiorAtile rrMdo prlmarle
; : intention to the W. R. om lre..nd r...|KM't ully solicit the lfrlm-l.asl I I will faithfully' arid' I .
remove o
Wheeler theeup1ortof Impartially
hi. threeor four hundred ... \
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.welght and I brick! Administered. I Fln'tor* of the rtevviith Judlrl.l Circuit: of perform th. dutle of tb. umoe.

pounds, Chicago Is driving remarkably addition put up to a accommodate large Officf'. Hours : {S Solo; A. r. to ro-e.,: and Florida J
good/ bargain. 'The vriregrass growing trade. When thi 1.30 to S.o r. 'm. CONTRACTOR - I I

$J ,steer baa been ao hungry all bill life fog is finished their, sU ORLANDO. ., FLORIDA AdO BUILDER. : For R..reN.taiv.. I For Commit Treaaeirer.
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largely increased. -- ," _. I hereby aiinounre mr.etf. a candidate for I hereby aunounrx 51)1511 a eandMalo
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that his iraunt. manirv frame asitlmu"V 1 RrpnMenlelIt" relenllon
Oiwcola
'imniy.. and > ia County freaaurer
; J r lates a-much- blither--percentage of his Better Then O< J :\i. WELLSON JR., Kissimmee, Florida. le fully.uitvlt.'.. the aiifipon u< the Ita-nio ratio re'p4H vo r drm.wntlpriturle.lurahr I alaolvaderanylhaiDka anhjert lo the
r pest anDpon which. ....
been ..
.J' ?i feed than does the Northern 'animal "I was troubled for He NOTARY f Modern. Collonial I J. W, WA19ON.!! br t..* .pi-ople. for able' pneltlon and solicit given Ik m.
and Artis
} with chronic I Indigestion! s ..:... ) PUBLIC... f ftame ...10. If...Ia rlerl'Hl will aerv* ..
.that has always been fairly well noun : In the ... you
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debility," writes K. J. Orcaster f STATE AT LAROE. \ tic Dwellings a specialty. put honestly and .
; time Por the tecUlatar. Very rMpertfuify.
aid shed. For a'oertaln length of .
.. } '' his Is 'lofrich-I1ke and be i N. H. 'No remod Real Estate Agent. : SA-TlSIe ION espt-ctnulyaunounr'e itiyarif a candidate .- J. H. tliuaa--- --*._. ....
digestion until began using I Klecl! KISSIMMEE. GU RA TEED4NM1A for the Lt'tflMl.ture, ---- -
FLORIDA.. frum
makes Juicy, gaipfcy steaks and roasts which did me more good t': --- -t to the l>..ti...>craifc primary. Oaeeoia 101'Count lee held,. )atibIe ..n- For County Cum-'_ ..>r. b..... No. :3.- .

_ InsUead ''of tallow. So the Times-Un- medicine 1 ever ueed. Th> NNN1Va" 1M b"VV4t he May. 'lutb. end r.'M..ectf.|llj an 1,1lIa, anM'rtof I hereby aiitmiince nureelr1 .* n reudldate. for
kept my wife in excellent I DvmucnuliroU'n.. .Comitr. ''ommlfttuur. /frum DI.trt"! W... .. and

Ion. puts. ) o'uth.... propositions: yea.ra. She gays Electric DR. J. H. POWELL I>.... ......>.. .... ..... -- --- --- H (:. liT? A PI P'fIJ' ). Ihe'illclt..oinluf tb. support primary of. my Prumlaluir lh-monntlefiends If la.
---- elected
'"Every time we sell a beef frame to Just splendid for female tr do a'I I In 't power. to wile the beat lei -

8t +F, +r .the Northwestern corn States to have hey are a grand. tonic an flpoclalliit 1nIN..N nil UH FARM( IB OOMP1ETB : Per ClorH Circa Co.rt.- of nomlo the many a d rive It a ....foII aj IntrU d rco
l lor for weak down of wrruoaiA I.m. 1I"Udale for tbeold>* of rlrrk of the admlnlatrauon.'
'the beef to. put on (it, we lose from (7 1 run I Court of Oaceola, Cdiinty and l will alilde the W& LIT W 1VKT n"
In* 1 to do that other medicine can take: I Eye Ear Q/tOVB 01'lJa. I r l of the. rViii'.rsUr prln,." I rarnevtljr rvru -.
910 neglecting Nose Throat
r .to profit( our family. Try them. and .011.11' the support of the demuoratlo lec, Por --
?4' iatteoiBK. ,ourselves.. W. allow our Satisfaction guaranteed Chest. 'RtinDF.nr of the vtnrnty t u>ra CoaiBty eoa....le_r. D'.'.'III.. a. {

; .... K. L LI ILK r. I .hereby! ennouni.JOT *_."........._... ..._ .____
S.. .fit bt rprlslnjt Northern friends to make Pba.rlD&Cl.'I l mtloaa County - *** rvuuni*

14 on.hundred days-minus railroad I 1 FITZGERALD. GA. ,I For Clara; Circuit; Co.rl. rotan No 2. and of lb.solicit the rommlaaianerram'..uP"" "of the democratle LH.lrlrt,

I I 1 h'reb 1 Cuuaty.or
t4'&D1poriaA.lOOaea..l as much as we "a..ltcorkl lf a caadldat f '
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'I Viitk1w.URBAN. Ihe once/ of clerk of the Circuit/ t HACKEE:
5 run of Om-
(make In four or five years spent in r I role iuuniy, ."" ,rt to the .
l ucrnllu lirlinarr L. b* held action of the l>*i* fwr.IIe.: .., C.maaI ....l..r'D1.f. R.3._ 0 ,
1ay 1Mb. aod .
LJ, raising'a beef fraine. tf1: pert/ujljr.ollt'lt lay auMMMi uf the MAplTo *.- r.*> hereby. ..-noajaee a.;-." .. #_.' ; ,; .,,
: 'We lose evenfnbre than this inShipping1 f. ..., .'"" Po; VC4"M' .: f-''BlyCuaamla. arv.' ... -"' .:
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the frames to Cuba to be .fattened { ,.p..r WS2N ... ..;: t : 'gZiat&e &. II 'f"' .
: _y.r''-, 4 ua IM ..&..::]r..*"' ,--1 De,... .-
( out on their rich' Para and Gulues '. : r tka mooratl''Votmra of ft.oeela Cooblrt V "asT ": '" :'" : ;ln..T.. "

_ > grasses, 'because we pay a five- Bff i era'Dl tTCvtoEmOalmer. 1 lh.oele.ci I hereby _ab.rt.of_..:.* .(.-".-.if.*.....Cruet.__Id.aadl.._far' .. -,.., ,. -- ._ --

r' dollar... tariff duty, which of course, Is . 'f): s.J ftauy, _llo.l U...*npMin. | of all J.."W4UUiL.....OC!......: |I fret C*..ty Cm: ..l**>.U or DU*.SWT

i' .knocked off !the selling value of theanimal ry -. l.. .hereby en..r.Mila oandtdat. *forth*
.. ".. Ar_* or County. ......,. fur lII.t.rteIlSo.
., .xv.- .County and ollclt. .
; : FMb*rfI. the enupori of
'. 2 ::Bimme@1a.: deaucnuk ratrn.
.'.Florida Is a State. of wonderful natural Jc They Are'( I hereby aimouar myself a. Mud Idaw for ''U:... rARTIl
( _....- :\ MOFTAIil.OGRIFFING'S i HberlfTuI Oaceola aunty: lukject. lo th. M-lton
be
: resoureesv-bttt seems to extremely of! tie0emovr tlo" primary. I
r..pRK fully
dlffiatilt to Induce the -irreat I lint tb* aupport of tb* OmmovwfUa Totn -of o- For County. :......_ Motrlet ....4. }

_ Iw bulk of her working population to en- 4To ---.::: :.#....+s.iieRwN. : CAT?Leo f the County. 4B L 1> OVKHaTREET. Cuuuiy I hereby Cvmmlaaluuer announce,myself laulvt.. a I'o..f caudldat Uaeool* for

c :A''*ce In productive home Industries. t County. abct to the* d J T. M. MURPHY : i TELLS ABOUT THEM. ? for G.mmty ........ primary.
With wealth of superb native .
a great
;' "1 br-rcbjr announce aiyaell. a.a rmndldat. for 1. .. WILUAM8.For .
woods close at hand, she buys all of : Twenty leatdlng varietieH of PTOTUM. eAJao reefed. to tli*.-Ulo* o. 1'ixioty. Jiulie of Oa- -

r .her furniture and most of her other Do TITPar I Justice of the Puce Nota- : | complete. line of Fruit cad (Jr.am.etal 4 .erode County I'r Injury, ...l"J..I>< bv hold to the on action trio of loth the day UemMratlc of- <:e..)" <:*.....iair piss No.-4.-

r, 3r, wood: manufactures outside of the ; ry PufcHc State at Large : tremsod U.,. hall. Mlncerely tliaiikltn. the voices uf At the aollrliailvirof my many.friend J have
.hrubher7Cs
.
," + f State. She Import yearly thousands .. lrie u ity for their peat.ue.port.I I "......1... ttmt derided U become a candidate for County' '
7 Wr7 thouaada 01 and : : tmIu.n. rr- If elected I wl I Klv..luy b- .t"1.. t cud "D ncy Commtoaloner from Dlatrlct No. /. It elected I
tons corn
upon to the discharge "< tha dutlv of iha ulBrc will do all' In my power to further tile beat
d corn products!, and as much.more of Omc Is Vsa Dam ttdIILI.KISSIMMEE . : Address w. K. JIIH:>ttItIUN. ..,... 0'lb. Couuly. Ini t
hog' and other meat product. She -sI j W H. fcAVAQK.Per '
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Turn 8/11. -
_ ; .",could raise every bit of U herself. The ..I..., i FLORIDA : JAO/fSONVJLLJI.sxroa oa.FLA. For Ta. Collector.. H

payment for all &tills. I hereby .. County Coaaaaleeloaior, District N*. S.
'" St&W1.fnancial = ....... ........ : anuouuc my came a a ea> ll4lat. -
constant drain on the .. .... for UM poaltloii uf '1'." Collect T of Oacecila I hereby. aunounc. m' "."dld..., for Ihs
1f'.re.onroes.aWehop.. to see her ere e .lsrt C.mstyI.obJecl tu the a4-tloucif lb. democrat aillou of' ((::4.unty Commlulooorrom Commie pros
r--- prlmailea. and rmpvctfully solicit' the aluner'. District No. 6, lumen;I. ..... .
,,,", loAa'DOt.. only breeding beef atte c-s- :: ..I.U thoMi bavluK a ewe therein If el aupport.-<.td 1 to toe action of the democratic prlniarle.Dt' aubjec$ I*
+. 0. i, enough for her own use, but raft'hecorntofames premise 1 to discharge the duties of the. ottto.* aa re pectfully solicit Ih. rapport ClI m, Ir1iids 1
:'ti them on andexport1n = NORMAL: required b> Jaw. for the position, and "...11I1.... If eltrtea. tOt
.
\. and INDUSTRIAL carefully tuard ,
Z.Vf. even liOernt
,I SCHOOLSt. BAM. of lb.
York and Bal county
the New
f;t.1 timore and Boetontnrefrigeratorc.rs.fl .Por Tug Collector. i Vlry reipectfnlly, f
l ,,; Sf f ff I .e..b' A. a. CAnrsHij.Por .

. Political; Speaking Next! Thursday. CU Petersburg Fla. ornc ..f lax announce Coilnvuu myself tu ....a lor candidate Uaeoala forty eonuty. -
4 it "" subject lu the School (:Commlaalouer.
4-' action of tie democratic DUt. Me. 3.
!o.lD'to. &tfielllne of Senator'Tal- If nomluatvd prltnMrtwti. I
laferro" the engagement made for him ..c:: Offer nasal advautan; to trio**who wish to review before taking the Uniform. *. personal lira and sal attvnilon Rented I promise to tb al to. election 1 hereby annouuo myaelf candldal for r.
Male : aa Hchooi
v Kxamlnaijon for Tearbara and to tboe. who with to tak"abort Be*and aollcli 1 'ommlMloner from Diet
-r 1 a : And Hon. B W. Davis to. discuss the jA Training Dometl science, tuti PhyalcaJCult or, during the couraea In Manual your vote therefor no :2, and If elected proialae to dlacb....the
T'; '' last iteep.ctfuuy, I duties of the
t' "'r politics situation bell night was H. I ones with the aam. dIIIrene. la
''I:rt,,,l 'cancelled. _W* are requested to state, Special OU weeks Term Berta.... ArB U. -- B-Baeiros the fulsnas I bar JONATHAN In the peat
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\ bowerer, that they and possibly othercapdidstee 81BICKLAMD.PorMmbrof .
h CU This,Pebool baa a farnltjr at aeveotren learner. four fln eohool Par Tea Colloctar.
will be I
}rt.f... for those positions building wilt ;
.; m'>dern equipment, a Normal department, a Hlrk. gehoot depatementt. the School a.srd. '
_:-;;:; -; bets next Thursday to address thepeopie. twhnol. a flnalr rqalpprd' ahnplor, Kennel Training, flo* Model ended I hereby anaoone myaeif a eandldalo for
; equipment I
for
>- ae..blolll<- Tax Collector of O"reola' County, hereby annonKoe, men f aa
cubjeot a
J 1 to attend Incand wln eimol IJbrar. to Ibe Candida for
afln boralorj.
4'r a
Everybody requested mafnlneont
.
Mmbro
.. .! Mall. a Pbjralfal Culture aymnaxlnm. and Drill action of th. d nocraU uriuary < Board of Public. Inatructlon fn/m
tonsamenlforyou.IladteaaCdetCemp.n ,
.
1 food tlUrary> W B Piatrlrt No. S, and aollclt\ .
; t'CI societies a Brhool orchestra and. flea location oa th. 1I&IUf80Jtf.! u. aupport of 'b.
wtiteru abora
of
detnocratla
JAI: ," .. ,District 'a.t.traflon.oen.. la on,of the maNpmareaiv. and .beautiful "'WD. In riori.la. Two floe faupa Her, .rotate lu lb. oomtnn primary;
'1"fIt '' == will bars able' April II. Th1.Nate of the beat "' 01. pad and onanUed doraiewle. per Covatr Coaalat.. IM. .. build promlalnt Ib If. schooltedo all. la mtj power to
-4 ,-,..Jf- '.W.. 1'bompaoD.SuPI'nJaor\ ofilteirltr the IIoalb. aehoola In *r I. Cou."up. ....... la Ih* whole
If $tlon for the county, ha. na 111- I hereby annoono my randldaoy for Coast I
r4' followloa as bis deputies In the tUITION Commission "r. Dlatrlot Mo.' I, and collvlt ttk I. B TUMBLIN.
: ad tike
( IS FREE. support 011Dl' rloiHl.
'. Ail
......I preofiiCII '* I H T BOTLIa.Fof : .I I '- School CoomuoloMr. btet. .... 3.Al : -
.J.- ',; *- W.W..he7.. :. Meeeraarr rxperiae for board,eta; for the special sir or..... Urm betrlnnlne oo"olla&loa" of lII.n friends
iwI.kNol a-Wm. Strickland. il, lad,need not rzreedM.. Hoard at the donollorle will roes t8.110 pr week., and Apr err Tat Aan.eLOr. at. sun.w III''''''s e.D4Id.&e for dte I b.10 1ty v
< I furnlabed. 1011oo1 v
thine Writ clrenlar
: > stein nil Board
I Information In retard tu the At the aolleltailon of 1mw D-.net Ne. H .lIbI..to
,
7f I,IT u."warrell.a '>- apeolaltenn. raj friend I hereby announo uf the Dt.mratIe the tenon
iI P0. 6-wt Jk.Eubank*. myself a Candida for T..u-.o. o>f with that. Primary. II bODor..J b.r the
trlnatloa
1 y.",' 'Iqo. e.:.:Arch Ba**." JOS. E. GUISINGER. Principal. Oaceola Pemonmtlo County ttelmarp au Moot to bo.hale May, action l_.1 pop If* that thepbleet I will telIbtolly our ry'.ntjh.e I pledge!..0 8IMII'a. au4 too
.
Chandler. acted I duteb .....
a 1'No.:1W.'W.: . pledee my -"" to Ib* e I lollne. The .t ps
\ whose sr.p portolmy frlsads
J. Carr. a.rYmwwal as. aupport oourteoualy solicit tbrosahout
Yea the
93.' i IIol'F-W..t3; : : JNO. L. OVIIUTIUtET. _' County will bcSrsetly.ppD,. ,.
TlHCALL.IS .
ppsradeas. ,
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*ffol'lllanoe.bJ'' 6oomP&D7..ol artists guarau__.a aa.... ..; _.:.;;1LVI vas ...

4:* 'v neaxiou uj the brllllat actress Marie ... .... -...,
J Y- "''Date who Is well known for herspleov no matter how' long exposedto 1

The
J' -did work In all the Hoyt pjlay. f
' her after- a snooesstulwur '
very
t QOIDpan comes action of the air
V of,,t.be atatd' ******J just the sun Half Block from r I

Maffafrement' at Tampa Cast'SoTandItb. Depot and Hotels. 'I'Ior Ii
weather and.costs
r ; pre.a of that City RI".. theoodmivuiy ; no more. 1'-
: sad plajr J>;*er7)klnd notlo. .

% :* '.....,1. ., . than inferior g ods. Rubber-tired Vehicles Stylish
Gentle
ae ct.a aY11'A rove" for ss>.., 16,000.OQ. Horses ,

,OtoP.. tt.tIOO.CIO. ..' .. 1'.1. -- Careful Drivers. ,

"tV / ;. ":,.;r. M.WJUAOJfI.r.: : .. ..:. ( Rates Reasonable. 'c ,
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Gazette
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( .pllell.III Opening 2CS-Z8 ; .I

,*ade.b.; tuner,, Orlando.Candidates '. a *t before going to press We., learn 'Mrio'Chsndler'will hold her regular ..." ." .

TBUCPHON NO. its .. athe I' northbound and southbound SprlnsTtMUllnery 'Opening on Satur "''IJ'
are on the:!huaUe.A I "' .. .GO .TO' ,
'I freight trains met j in a head&oncotillion day and Monday, March 2Bih and 36th. ,- ,,
'PUBLISHED: ,BTXUY yIDAYf. . 'few "trunks Jeft'at.VTatsoa's.: ( Campbell Station. this ,She will have on exhibition allb.. .

BT S,,H.:,"Bullock went'to Oriando.Ttias' morning. Both gown derailed, latest creations in'Millinery, and:' invites .' :

'POUND' HAft,,, I O&J.; on*oft.hem being in' the''ditch all the ladles of Klsslmmee and WATSON'S;
I'c .-::;:' while the otherstands across thetrack. vicinity! to. attend-March' 2fl and 23. :: .
ONUiOH"DtI1ROT011T.Y.MCDrav Easter Egg: Dyes as the 'Osoeoia ., Se..ralloadecJ cars wre completely
., Pharmacy. v. '''The Artman Orore.In North Klsslor
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wrecked: and the freight scat )'
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0*VMB.i-PreBehlni Mob.. flak. Fleming'made' teredpiomiscuhualyalong the track. mee ode of the finest pieces 'of property Whenlti", Nee4HARDWARE. ,IR- ,''' .. .. .
ness'/
bath 11 ..m. end y o.clock. Prayer, meetinevents Tampa +d 1 a bust .trip to Both, engineers were:slightly InJured. .In 'town, has been sold to' Miss ....., t..... .,...'
.very-Th.re4*'7 at t lIabba&h Saturday I :
L
'. VirglePlummer () anton Mich.
Sohool ': Suact.
y. morales7..-F.ntLL, "&a.._..J.. I mbertiWariog'\ visited Orlando'on Btat. KxecitUv! CoiB.ltt-iM... who with her father, Mr. A. PIIIIIIDMr. FURNtT.UAi' 'd ",. :
BArntTi' C.UIIOII-o.: J.' Frier. Factor.- a business mlsslon.TuesdayRKNT. \ ..' At theeolleltezlooOfineny'frl.nda' I her has Seenvisiting the Tatmansu -
*
Preaching '*.r, Bandar 11 a: m. and. 7 p. m. my candidacy for Mrmbr of th8ut >.jrannmiDee CROCKERY/ : \ \:
Youns People's', meeting-1.. n. <.. Sunday. FoR .-Large office room In Oamoc-mUo .otnlT. Committee foe WANTED. TO.. RENT-a good Piano.
IIolo00i e.U a. m. Prayer meeting erery.Thardar7pm. Fell block. -A Ooool County, and aollrlt the ... of tl. P.A. VANS
., VIi oru always...41011I..; ply"to M. Katt. dmnooratlo voters of tb.County; ..por\' : MIOIW_ fZ HARNESS SADDLES :
ST. JOB! *'*. Rri-enPAt< CitmcH.-OtTl Eld: K c""or. remove on the woondPaa.. ; -: --;'" f Lamed the item :'- -
Is t'JL1lia1 following : "Messrs.
.f and day holy of the communion month' at Morning 10:*) 0'010011"prtyer Evening rmoa Another tot. ( Fur'Tnsuranoe. go.'to. ; J.';M.. Will- C. C. Burns, U H. Buck and L...H. QR' BUILDING MATERIAL..I .

.prayer and sermon at 70 o'clock.,, of Dorothy Dodd 1 Ox' . son, Jr. t, Hale have purchased the. 'White Star a., ,
ford's ,
at.Dann's the Shoe Man, :. ,
Laundry and will x '
Pasnvnauacaeaox.-r11vtaA assume charge of it
f -wormhlp on Send us your orders for fresh meats- ? '
very ant Sunday aoid third Sunday In. each Choice WBiter'n"Ff Wednesday W ARINQ & OVKRSTREET. on the first of April. 'They will great 'S__ ,
month.- Morning service at 11' m. ..., KrrnIng and Saturdays ly enlargethe and make it y iJwl..1 dq. .f
at C. W. Orimii's.Ate plant ,, one
,
.ervlce\ at 7:00 .
; ':.' a.)n. C. X.eorrimeeting : p..' a((, 1:15 Mundar p.: m.school PrayeR i I sick Mrs. Chandler's Millinery Opening of the best equipped In the State., Mr. : ALL GOODS HARKED CLOSE" :
Thundar.venlft' at 7Dap m. itv: your Try Llciuozone. boo Marcb'2athand 28th. Saturday an la Jservtoeih ,, waN bottle FKEB at Klsslmmee Co. -
rybody mottoordially tbeeeOfflolM Drug and will no doubt make big:.UCCf"1

<< '' D;n't mils the last show of the seas: The Farmers' Institute next Tuesdaywill of the enterprise.' Mr. .' &the
ALlX'O.TtDloIf.llaptof: B, I., IOn. At former owner will still remain In Tam. 4 SATISFACTION
"I9pea House
Tuesday be held in the Court) House. Everybody .GUARANTEEDState
-r------ alht ladles especially, Invited. a. 'looking' after hi varied ..Inloereetaa ,9
this section.
rather. Report; The candidates have' taken to the Miss India Lesley who spent sometime : ,
.Avsaau ..r.a>TH..-VT .. XH1 I''. woods abdtheTownMarshalhas noth here with the family of tier brother "MS.sHdney from Jersey'i'going
A. THOMDAV rviniN. log to do. to be at the Opera' House next Tuesdav
Mar..21. ,1M>4. E.: X* Lesley, returned to her home
When In need hf Tampa last Tuesday. night. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVn
Rain.fall. of any kind of haul- .
lII's. MID. : !UK or Braying call Time Jack; Hancock captured five alligators \ '. "';
/ on Bass or W.-L. Van Duzor has purchased a: --- . 'j':>
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- J. C. Griffin. fine Kentucky thoroughbred stallion. each of which was' three feet In .....

Pefdty.s. 'III Me '. There's not said to be the finest saddle horse In length, alive, in the lake.north of the 1 .. .
..... .... a vacant dwelling house '' trestle Saturday nl ht. He used'
at. ..ad l' ........... : :r ". inI"'n yet the demand for them seemsto here 1., bull's eye lantern to shine their" eyes '
by April
1I..da ... .... 't. be on the increase. has'his '
and them
.......... .,1.. once finding assistant
to
Wed 1'neday.ne.day....... :: is ... We regret to know that Mrs. James Ladles! Don't fall to attend Mrs. to row the boat quietly, to them
Thnrda..t..t.. H8 elf. .. I Prevail has been quite ill with .an attack Chandler's. Spring Opening if you when be does the re.t.-pu.. out his :Bank Kissimmee ; :
of measles this week.: wish to see all the latest creations pf hand takes them by the neck lilts :
'P. the milliner's- and '' . ., ,
r J. A. SIMPSON.' N.1 < fancy. -Saturday them out of the water' and drops themin ":'

Lancaster lit well equipped for ma onda, ,. March 2 th and 28th. a baig.' Jack says it ,1s dead. easy ...--_ -+ 1- _

-Our rates for insertion of advertisements king tt.g photographs pan and examine, views! work.or enlarg- R. 1:. Butler is announced as a candidate but-we want none of it. it,

among the reading rnatfie-r on for County Commissioner district Offers' to Customers :Every'' -Facility! 4
NOTICE;!-r.Iquozoneis 'good thing. No. 1. Mr. Butler was formerly For Mayor. : r ,( "
hit page U ten cent per II ne each In- You will Qnd it at The OsceoU Phar Chairman of the Board, which position Consistent with Soulul.Managcmeni. '
I hereby aonoanct nyatlf a candidate for reelection ,
macy. bOo and 1.00 per bottle. he filled with credit to himself and a.Mayor of th.Town of KlulmmM at ',':' .
his constituents.. the approaoblnc Town ..ltIC.'UODaD4- -earneetly +_.r: +- ;

ford P. E Saturday. Gregory and came penl down a day from or San-two Lewis M.Y..bldden Is a candidate: solicit the pportofthepeopl.' 'J W .ADCKHOUD.For Personal Attention! to": All .Bl1si'nesll Intrnited. ''to '';'V.!;;ii :

with thetiome folks In KJuslminee. for of Mr. ; r
EEEEJ Supervisor Registration. City Clerfc.I ,

Mrs. Jumps sLwlc and daugrhter\ of Whidden is one of our most prominent hereby announce myself aq.ndldata ; for re. N. B CARSON. V l

Jesup, Oa. are vldlllngr the family of cattle men and has-a large number of election' to theomceofTowa Clerk anA respectfully .. , . 'OAaHIEft'' ,,,,
our \\ townsman. .1.) W. Thomp friends in 'the county. who will give eollclt I the .upport of my friends for thepoeitlou.
: him their! hearty support. If elected I pledge myiell to a ,oon-
lOll tinned. faithful M Tloe in dlwtherfe of the flu
Jim Barlow We are receiving a very large assortment ties of the offlce. Very ree1.eoIfally '54 ...'
Ilierlgo came over from a
Ja
Town election to-morrow. of Wines and Liquors for t 8. UlLBBtT, .
and ''t.IL I Suuday: with Ills fried) I ,
The baseball season U upon u*. her. Of l'ottr"1111 were glad to see the Spring and Summer trade. Pricesare For "....I&.t end Collector. -S ---i S. 5 "-*. rWBJi .
right. We handle the. only Labor *
FoUNI>Llquozon at bliCOOla Phar- him ti.K'aln.! I hereby announce: myself a a for
'I Union made Beer on draught.A. the office of Marshal and: Tax Collector of the
macy. Judge( Johnson left on Tuesday to ,:Ii:. HKABDEN.: Town of Klulmme If elected f. nrnmlee'to
visit his son Ottceola<< at Lonjl'wood- faithfully perform the dutlee of said 011I.... (
For correct Tailoring call jon Stan I CLOTH BY THE POUND.-Mrs. G. M. I.BOHABD WlUUAIUi New Year's
ford. He went by jujvuto J convenience) and isexpoctnil Greeting.
home IVarco ball opened a Remnant Store i .YiI
> to-day.
For City
Clerk. ,
The county registration. logins to- Ln the Sears. building in NorUi Klsslmmee -
Altar a pleasant stay of several days and has a lot of beautiful remnants Thereby announce', rorielf a candidate for . :
morrow. lection to the office of Town Clerk of Kleilmmeevity
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here with thvir friends, :Mr. and Mrs. which she Is selling very cheap and toltcllthe lopport my frttndiIn _
Oxford, latest styles. T>ann, the' Geo. W. Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. by the pound. Call and see them.A the apPl'IMiCbIDII.lec&1o 1 pled r.. If eleoU"1 > '
Shoe Man. E. M. KcxlKSon left on Tuesday for a 'faithful dlmf-harj of the dutlee of the
series of meetings to embrace the r.lllee. Rnpeotfully, ".
Motion tomorrow.at Waring* Over their:.., come at Kau Gallle. next week will, \ begin at the Methodist .... E. A. BA..... .I ,. ) l'

street's market. Foil SALE, rfERU: COHN-Parker's church next Sundav. From Monday For .._kat and Tax Colleotor.

Lieut. Col. Cadman went up to Orlando Improved, Georgia raised. 75c per the Pastor will be assisted by Rev. H. I hereby ananunee my candidacy! for reelection take this method of wishing each< ,and 1.11'my./ "customer's'a ; aj

Tuesday. peck; 60o half pock-cash. M. Joiner of. Plant City. The publicis to the offlce of Marshal and Tax Collector Iappy New Year and to express to-them my thank:; and appre-1; .
G. .K. PAKKKR.Ktesdame cordially Invited to attend. of Kleilmmep, City. I am profoundly rrrtelul
Foil. JJA.UC.-A twenty-foot sail boat. for support of my frleudi for thl poei elation of their past favors. Without their: patronage I eouid'have .i t.,
Bratton and Guice of this The Palmetto Park Stock farm ad- tsd.. their lo '
'thls'oftlal.Another. .J'f'CIfDII"tOllo"\ 4npport done no business therefore it shall W mypleasure to endeavor ->, | i
Apply to place and their friend, Mrs. lamed vertl..a &Auction sale of 50 registered the next eleotlou promlilag If electei lo die- '
shipment 75c Alarm Clock. of New Vrk, 'formed a pleasant party Shorthorn and Hereford cattle at Larg-e eonaolentlooily.the dupes faithfully fearlessly .and to continue to merit the same by handling'. such goods as,

nand the Shoe Man. who took pJUKajie on the Lillie Tue. Ocala. on April 12 and 13. Tbe proprietors I.eepeeAuII'Business ... you may need at the lowest margins of,' profit possible, The,' t

t transacted business In day on her trip to Basslag-er and re- are reliable trustworthy gentlemen -- stock is second to none in this territory and I take this occasion l '

Orlando i. W. Miller turn. who will raisrepreaen Bee to.solicit those who may not have favored rhe wlth'thalr patronage . '
yesterday.New
t Melliliri. J. M. Walker. W. S. and their adv in this paper. 1 I in the past to call inspect goods and prices;' if :you will do;'' <

lot Thompson's.Remember of Picture .Moulding- -]Just ar- Kdw. Underhill of Tampa boarded the HORSES FOR SAL*:.-Ponies, Saddle j Locals'New j so If eel sure'we can be of benefit to each' other: ;..' The ladle a'''
rived at train here for witnesses and Driving Horses for sale '

Sunday Tampa as at reasonable 'are especially reminded that we are headquarters "
the Fanner's Institute to In a case Ln court between H. prices at the Sunny South . for .
be held here next Tuesday. J. Moody and Hiram Alderman.The Stables. fora! BASS, M'gr. ..I: .. '"

You'd better register now U you tourists. are le vlng' now for J.A. Lancaster announ ors his candidacy shapes) in Men's Hats: st Kate's, ;

want; to vote In the primary. their nothern hdmes.' Those who have this week: for State Democratic - Aa eJell.nt.lloe of Ladles' Muslin Dry Goods ,Nbtiotis
visited our town. have as a. I'ule. been 1Cxeeutive Committeeman tn reprepent '
Underwear at Kate's.'Buy .
Snap beans, new Irish potatoes and of a very.exoelent 01.otpeople Osoeoia County.Mr:: : ...t. ---a "'

tomatoes now on'the market. whose departure is much regretted byourcitlxens ,sterling democrat, and would no doubt Shoes from Stanford, the ' ., Dress Goods ,

Mr. D. C. Lee has purchased-the who hooe to see them here make a good representative. for the otcI-.1 lour shoe man. 5 > .
'
Dauby grove on Shingle creek. again next winter. part.lln tnU OOUDL)'. I ,--1 .
Stanford has line ofMen' lr : .
The following residents of Oscoolconnty ad' an up-to-date t : -
,I I I Miss Missouri McCorvey spending left on Monday last to attend See the of A. 'K. Hawkes' the Atlanta Halt, Neckwear,' Ac., ,

the week la Orlando with friends.. the Cattle. Breeders' Convention which Optician this paper. He will Ready 'made Skirts and Waists, Underwear; Mlllinery;;Hosiery:M \ ,
be at the Osceola Pharmacy for three Ladles, before buying your Fall etc and that this line of Is selected keeps* '
Go to LbeOperaJioIlHTue.da.'nlgbtaDd met In Jacksonville Tuesday morning: ours always carefully. 'r
: days beginning April 4th next. He Press Goods, Trimmings, 4-.0., call on
see Marie Dale and her own com C. W. Ward, P. A. Vans Agnew./ Jno. and his goods nave a national reputation H. C. Stanford and,save money |, ing In our mind always the latest designs the. most approved '
.t M. Lee. J. M. Bryan C. A. Carson visit best and the belt Being '' '
pany.' and Robert and his here will afford a styles, the workmanship lastly prices., ..

Louis C. Massey and 1. A. Spencerof Carruthers. splendid opportunity to those of our Stove "004. thus equipped we feel confident, of your trade If you will only :
As an evidence that "there Is something people with defective vision to have .
KUslmiee Ian -
Orlando were In doIDK'"- o the building line hereIt glasses flitted to their eyes by an ex We will furnish Stove Wood, deffvered , come and inspect them. .*, '

Monday. I. but necessary to state that every pert. to any part of town at 1.00 perStrand. Your for a happy prosperousyear. ,...,' \ ii... ,
Rev. Eo O. Jones of Sanford was In carpenter in town Is busy and that MAYMABO Loan Co.

the cttyWednesday looking after his some of them already have work In.lbCthat Osoeoia, the banner cattle raising [ ''( -.. J 14 by

property' here. will keep them and their county of the state, was honored as To CMI-* A Cold U O.. Da7. ;

Mrfc. Howard forces busy all the summer.So such in the Stockbreeders'Conventlonby : Take Laxative Bromo Qulne Tab y.. k
Miss Emma Morgan and the. selection. of a chairman in the -H. C. Stattfbfd.Tlis
returned from a visit to the LastCoast far the weather this. spring hasbeen person of Hon. C. A. Carson, and lets. All druggist refund the moue ,
Tuesday. very propitious for vegetable and again by the Southeastern Stockgrow- If 1U falls bo cure. E. W. Grove's
fruit crops and just as fine for the era' Association which signature U on each box.. !5o o* eola
of '
Y A flrs Class company and an excellent which makes the cattle. Consequently grew put I '
}
grass '
play Is the offering for the last those of our citizens: engagedIn Convention by the election of him Orlolnator -c } :.L' ,
as vice President and Jno. M. Lee asa issmmc "
House. .' '
performance at the Opera thane Industries are reasonably contented member of the Board of Directors.W. f Prices In .- ; "

Read what Watson has to say In with their prospects. vl
this paper. His words are few, butt Mr. J. H. Sieffoe of Maoon.XJa., arrived B, Maklnson, whose announcement c.. r '

pointedly I interesting close buyers.W. here a few days ago and will for Tax Collator appeared In our Pharmaov.FREE Agent: .tor ,
,
spend some time with his family and last Issue is well known to all the people } : .
D. Johnson left on Wednesday of the county He has been in .
; friends here. He was once a residentof Ladies.W.L. o.
} for a trip to South Carolina. He will the county and has msny friends the grocery business here for a number Queen Quality Shoes :for : .
"I day la Savannah while a way.Mrs. of and U recognized as-one '
.lend>> one among our people who are pleased to years Douglas. Shoes \for '
of the most progressive citizens of \ :iMen.: ,
M l
S. D. Cosens returned Saturday have him among them again.J. the town. Should he be elected the r t '1G
she a ,
j, hfrom withdher MI'I.spent Wesoou. L. Pherlgo came up on the. Llllle duties of that office would be discharged r
friend
,
Friday and stayed here among his pith the. same diligence that

. family and friends until Its return he conducts his own business. -. .. "%
W. H. of ElUabelhtowa Tuesday. He Is engaged. as a salesman w.
Mr. and Mrs who have Dyer been visiting In the mercantile establishmentof The Colley Block in North Kisslm- ..... '.

Ky.left their home at : J. M. Walker at Ba8110 r. He mee has recently been sold throughthe ... C. .
relatives here for C. A. CA.,SOI ; PrM .t. M.: BRTAM5.oretmrya> :
brought a very cheerlbg report) of the real estate agenov of J. M Will- .
noon last 'Wednesday." I prosperity of that community.W. son, Jr.. to Luther Chlldsof York LiquozoneGiven 'r 23 :: : I. y +1 '

We at. requested to announce that J. McCracken arrived here last who we earn expects to erect severalcottage. E'I'/ ,
pt. II E./Rose, State Chemist, will Tuesday morning with a car load of upon It. The purchaser Is

be at the Farmers' Instltutonthe29th! horses for this market, as he had advertised the roprietorof "Child's Unique Dai- :
to talk about fertilisers.Mrs. to do and begun to sell them ry Lunch Rooms" pf New York and Away at Waters &', Carson Gr.oceryCo: :

8. B. Aulunan went down to almost before they were unloaded.MoCraoken .- Philadelphia l of which there are more L ._ ,,r
than 11ft,. He Js an energetic. enterprising Q
,' t'k Tampa Tuesday to spend a few dayswith is a "cracktn1" ; judgeof business man who purchasedas i Wh.l_U cad INtall De..t.| i" , ; '
Mr. Aultman who Is making his a horse, deals fairly and squarely

S ; headquarters in that' elL,.. with hi. patrons which Is duly appre- an InvestmentMaloomWaring KissitntueelDRUG GT3sZ> 'OC E'R1E> I +

Hat Fuller of Lb.TohopekaHga ciated by. them. and Earnest Over- $5 ;
a Mine toatteod business The carpenters have finished -up street have associated themselves together
left on Wednesday OrangeJUy their work: on the addition to the High under the firm name of WaringA .
Sanford;
at' Orlando, School building, which when' painted ; Overstreet and havepurchased- the CO. ' : !/. i
I the road. : .
.< and other places) up will be among the handsomest and City. Market from Waring Bros. The __ ... .COUI/fTAaRwTb FOR

See that handsome bone of Joe most Imposing county school buildings new item is _composed ,of two of the

Stratton that .printed In this paper. in the State-an ornament to the best young men m the city;" each .of u: 'A"Y I Fertilizers r CRA3! : (l

' t Be iTa handsome fellow but not Dear town an honor to the county and a whom is popular with .all who know I I celebrated,, J I '
as handsome as those In his stable. ,credit to the officials woo have bad them. They will occupy ',the present : .GR'Al'N' ,]t T C \'
this of the In stand until April 1st' when ,they will Costs r. !
department government n14
,
fcai Glr.alaranst.
The 3rd I i reendow :
i *steamer Naoma 'charge Nothing. \III too, rood In ...be'educatioDal move to the room now occupied by I). r %

I' t iJales..fornBas lngerviand line and the people C1t the C. Miller asa barber shop who will : -T: r IparttNttN e a 4..IIU' ', ,:q ;

county seem united on that fact. move. to the room formerly occupiedby you I. --f
",: l ;way landings every Thursday.. morn' Dr.,Perdewt as.a drag .1.0.... : < \ j
: ,t- Judge Parker's! 1'celery' patch i Isja: ,

\'t :1-'" .''*Olt i 1MondaT"' ( Potter lC.rron.blppe4 60 thing attracting of beauty a good now deal and of of attention.-course Is; Nothing' :! ,- t!
. 'J.! (58 casks of spirits turpentine sad ..
.'. f of The Jadge has accomplished what,; he '
'" > ,barrels rosln-tbe owt shipment. had In., view when'he first began. lobe CTo.ixaa.tr: ; i9.
of this hroauoe'fAra,
: ; 'r
.'rt''r ,' ,J1a.alto..,. from1 thlsi-* **pjacs" enterprise, it > to demonstrate( that JROri -

. .y*aI"'. manufacture. this crop could be grown a. successfully =-.,- .. ... .. "

:4\\'' .f' :; Ai. E. Drought Key West arrived : as elsewhere in...the, State. He ,;;;..". -" w ; 4J :
on hie1 way to i Nassau. for M has J> ,
;'1-1' to the Sunday has done more than that< .
."It; ., Mrf Drought will spend, a. few already shipped a profitable crop of .r.' \
'
; ,
': ''i .. days at Hassan and:", iII fg JJ* lettuce off !the ground l and his celery t' E"R'EE, a ,4>4' ALL. ,, ,KINDS. .. ;'....' 'f- .; .
': ht'. JCe7W..nl..Wlamt.-Mlaml.Beoojd. i Ia pronounced to- be much. above tbe averaW 'If' 1'<

, \'" .'-rit'w; ; i.-T;'U/.will' hold a buslfts .He will.have .about 400 crate : ""'1"" .. v 4. :droBrwpRicc : D Q 'Oliftf TH"'I t.
which contains.
Room WedDesday to snip from the patch L v ay.f, ,
'aese meeting In the X" J_ '. .- ... ".." ; ', ..
f about half acre of,> ground./ AtM i ; .
3P.All one :1.
f JOtb-at : .
.; J March ,. there's big- la...ft t - V"LLEY"' cFkZ: !
member anted.to, be' present' ; Delegates perorate moeey .. t"J : D. ' _
l'" SkICOnyefUopto be elected. but the Judge expect more." ,,,.: - .AIs.r'_T ANFCFtb: t' -- ,w'I' .'- '.,.. .,./: 1\ I\,

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the her poTtiatntean own repeated in Injunctions ceor4inaf''W1U.: went' .-- . . . "JOHN L. BE-AM.AN i

anddeclared ;
.Into a violent l passion: .
that. she never hnd'And never wouldallow WHIPPED) BY MACHINE j - '

a servant to answer per. When J ,

.II at lest the flask was.obtained the old . -- t : *t

lid t4r. \\l 1 1of lady,at once applied it to her lips, the Device, by-Which Number and Vigorof Livery: jJfeSale Feel

odor of.brandy pervaded' the carriage,. itrolf.es' Mav Be Regulated.; .,
relaxed ,,
and her rubicund features '

i ; tV to" I I into A smile, ,"tIt '*-*--* '-*- * StablStable.

7l'iJootl, : 'r was not'long; before the.old.lady .

t. .."..I exhibited symptoms'of an Intention to generally .
Is becoming
more
rhe'Ii'w! .
: but I
: a"r conversation with me, "
w -'! /; \t.-1-CJu-cUmated l open a her by taking from the taken, that ,,America 1* a land of estUuslasts ... '

m '4 rr' \ WAL'TERJBL'OOMFIELDs : ...,. -- ,'If' ; Gladstone flutter bag a 'thick which/olio had\ volume occasionedthis of ,cznKgenitlon ami a national fanatics'cliaracterlsUe-; merlca* I Finest .Turnouts. in .. Town. .

flndi ntrxmtlet In the sectscults,
many
found In )
manuscript-the book I had
s Copyright tat br no ..T Bomrii-t BoittVCHAPTBB out devotees, followers\( of dietary propagandist

'" 'IX. "*". pect: or desire ,waiving my apolog'leti the the copper Itoldcnburst box when deeds I was for getting uncle Saw. *, and visionary promoters of

)1 XXC.CLLKD sd'lvrrOLL as unnecessary, promising to convey I had brought this book with me to iACnt I for -Standard Oil ComDan

over m'T'melloge., regretilng" iiy sudden Tendon j Intending to carefully' examine q A
,, y'Aa soon as'breakfast was untie ._
departure, hoping for my speedy TO- it and rend PO.wucb of It as was : ..
Sam left hls.liohso to to
Capel
go turn, and'permitting me to'retain her Knsllsh' l1'lnmy/ stay In my unclc'a : e
i Court, aunt Gertrude retired to her I
t hand In mine longer than III- ulltom'! bouRe. But If I could- find no convenient vt.
loom to attend to her correipondence.
'n all In the farewells of mere friends. opportunity to do so at Ilolden ,
and Miss Marsh and I were' left alone -\
., She also suggested that I might write hun" while uncle| _Sam and aunt Gcr KISSIMMEE
:... Where .haJl -we this'morning
; .
go
I;; Ernest",' toiler !If I did not return In two days; tr11doVere there It Is certain I could t
astpd'Miss..Marsh "I -
am
; a .suggestion .which I assured her I not lit London, with Miss Marsh In '
tired of the nark and -we bare driven
I would most nrertalnIy Arinnf-- nt the engrossing nil '
the name house my'at
4 ,:;; .all over Kensington more than once." -- I :EI1TRoUTE.
\ d Miss Marsh had lately learned to same moment resolving to do so under tention ODd 'the book had not only .t.twmllrrl

address any circumstances. I would hare: been In my. noseesRlon; for nearly n
me as Ernest which b.dpoeaf17'4eUcbte
given the world It only I might havekissed fortnight without beingopened, but !
i, r ffiiV her but I did not dare to do( so. had narrowly csctipcdliclnR lost. Settling .
henceforth to.call her Constance. Captain 'Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson. Jr.
1 Uttering a final farewell I regardedher myself comfortably Iq a cornerof a
"Whichever way you please, but 1C with great earnestness for a few tbe carriage I determined to study Regular weekly trips to Basslnger! and return. Roseada leaves Klailm- "

I .It Richmond.Is agreeable to you we will go to" moments, then released her'hllnd and the volume until I arrived In Bury St. mee Tuesday morning and arrives Klsaliflmeo' Friday evening..
We of
have plenty time
'. hurriedly left the house. Edmund's and thus! keep off any advances 8peclal Charter Trios to Lake Okeochobee and Fort Myers oa.the Llllle.
1.laid consulting watch,, .It la
barely o'clock; and my we, -do not lunch. The course of my life seemed to he tyrannical old lady might f Comfortable accommodation for pat sengerl. Rates' reasonable: ..

trMD till'2. "X was, never"there, but I have have changed entirely In fourteen make toward a. conversation and divert The most picturesque Waterway In Florida> ,

often heard that Richmond Is the most days. Never before had my mind been my thoughts from my affairs. For P..engerand Freight.-Rates apply to .

C1' Ibeanttfnt suburb of London." filled by so many or such conflicting The manuscript was silll very damp CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor,

.By all means," replied Miss Marsh; ideas. Before my'uncle came to Holdenhurst anil great
C ** I bad been Idle and careless; the leaves without tearing!
r: J i will order the .carriage and get
now my head ached from cons iders- them. It appeared to be nothing more
ready at once. And she rose Instantly -
.t' ,and tripped lightly from the room. tion'of affairs of which I could conceive than the commonplace book of my ancestor Florida East Coast Ry. :
Issue. Trueman for In- and. .
?II' ''American ladles prepare' their toilettes no satisfactory One thing, Roger ( no ,
t" ; with however, was clear to me. In only n o'hers of Ills period wrote our family .

t 'to their English'a!despatch--.Ieten.quite though unknown certainly few days I had grown to lore Ml" name)I. The handwriting was large LOCAL TIME CARD No. 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904.

Marsh with a devotion more intense and. distinct but toe letters hough I .
1
with
M no less car and elaboration I
V' and I had only written a telegram tban I bad supposed my nature permitted uniform were 'quaint and 'peculiar- SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ tlf.
; and. short as our acquaintance they approximated more nearly] to -" -- 'Iff,
'f I to 'my father; acknowledging the re- No. tl ... "8 Ne. at No.r1 Re. t3 TAT1nY1.Na.21 N>..8 *.. TS No.74Dalty. No.20Dally. '<'f
rK ,&elpt! of hi. letter and promising to re had been I would bare asked that modern than ancient forms. A large: 3fm Dally. Dally.aaK. I D..II" U.llT. Dally.UOa. / Dally, Dally Dally, '

$iJij$ 5; ply' to. It that evening when Miss lady before-obeying my father's urgent number of pages: were devoted to records :::::::. I- II lip 10 Ma 6.t. .y 'k..uye r wla s.. a t ...... .:
Marsh calto become my wife but for of chemical I experiments", with ...... .. 10 CR. ... .. .. s. J'k.o r. Lr sale M t . ...._ '
.again entered the room fully that formidable barrier between usher notes of the results. and here and there N(1 nr I.A'nINE. .. .... .. Il61, 1 S3 p 11 ISaII 8t.AuJu.l1n.. "i Cut. T ua 130 H 40rB ........
'equipped for a drive no.button of her ----- ...... Ma / Ila.ttnte.a\ 4.a fi l ..... ..
y' glove being left for m. to fasten.I wealth. Her eyes' speechless \tncn- a few linos In POIlU 'I asl'rn language one kind II lid another. This la, n me- . ... ... | ICOr111311 ilea K. I'alitka a .... a $2a (4p ....-.. "P

looked np at her with some ..ur'prI. sages an occasional phrase or word of wlilcb) I was 1 ignorant even of tho clinnlriil I 111,:('. Tlifii why; not reduce --:-:-:- 19 ;H lt5'> It 49 p 10 Uka Ar..I'.latks L. ...;n l eft 9 171 ... ;Jta::3

s: ?:. .. ... "You are soon returned," I ob- from her lips or, rarer still her gentle name, though I pxioHscd; It wa Turkish everything/ n mechanical Imsls.i. The tCit|J llh. 11 45 a"TiTT 0 15 a/Lv..I'"lalka... ... 7 MaJ ItOt 1101 ...

>kI! : ro. ,served.' touch had assured me that my: suit from the writer: haring lived Iu cursory review of the voluminous Pat. -. . .... 7301- -7 -..... I AreanMateeLr -' -. -'Ol.- "- -. ... 1.
1d. would accord with the dictates of her Turkey. I rxamlnoil 1 c.icli page/ In reuulnr Bee. 900.I.v$.-, Nnl o Ar Tt4s t8a 71/i 715p
9 ."Too soon? she asked fixing/ upon 'beart. elit, (Ifllci' records will I\.w>t (Ills state -.:....:.. ...!. . )
tr'MA Y. ;me her steadfast eyes.NCvhow own But my pride ivns as great succession, niil fiMini! that I thfjrwere In being; rnpldly |ipiiiailird.ormral. | .... . .. I.. .. It ta" .. Lv.. Krujra LTnuiinriii. .. .. .. ..... 4 ,51 .. .. .
yr ay my love and I felt strongly: that I nil of .similariiarir: ,<>r. until I . .. .. Cl { . . 4 tl . ... ''I
could that ber I said and |pualsinucst| ] hasty lie iidiii.iilK.ri. ( > could ask of Jtn(l p\holl..I".1 -nl-om :7kk:( ,1 p .Uup"nr.
never
a woman: enormous < : ( P.TI: or 118S.1
.1 ....... .1714.
t.f drew ber arm.throuCh mine and led n iiAM'"mtill-ill 1 whipping roil such usfcliown lIar ': in 4mlu 0".1 814x1 AI/e i
."' r.v Ian downstairs.V wealth,, to become the wife of the portionless nearly a third of the liool Tinpuces, :; In t the llliistriillon.HARNESSING. uUJ I 1q 8hl' ), Ma Daytona. J Ual 41'..a .011. f'I' ..... 4;
....
1 07j. Purl ul l i -. ...
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-; "Good morning. Mr. .Ernest," exclaimed son of an Impoverished F<}uJre. were now flHed with rime \\TlIllIl.j ........ ii IT.I 141 pi 115"l l' 11 Voa ,N.w Sinrn-a, .11" 1.RIS Ikea IOS1 slap . y,
Without commercial trnluln.tjnnJnlth iiuhrokrn bv Pnruernphs. ..... . " I 49)1) Onk trill 'tOI.-

dorm, -which a voice stood belonging In the shadow to a tall oft 110 natural aptitude for business, there hendllno. "Record of a "'"..II',! Lift*: THE TIDE. ............. ..1.11... .. ..'aeTp. .-. I .Ia"1&11' ItOIpj'Mp .Tin.. .\ nu.Oftroa ...... .. .IN. .5. MaSOr COil 'UI' ... .......... '1

P fat absolutely no hope for mo to raise Itoper Trueman, his hliitor.v: : written .......... .... .IIff oh| C101'| ....klpd,.* ... .. 1 10 'I I' ...... .'j
,:the hall door; "I am fortunate In not I ,. .... .. .. .
1. 6131 tt7" 1 lip, K."CI.II'p. .. . .. .....
myself to her social plane by any effort '. n-lliTiT| own bllll KiTl.; nbfior -- .' I..... . .. .. | 11111' unl> It11
; having Just missed you, and turning "'*,*****.* C41.| test' 1:0t., .II'urD. . UUI ...
In my power to make, and lu Mtterness !>ci my attention. niil, I became oli-, I I ... .. ... ... I 031"i .14.1.11. .. It 10ain . ... '
round I'.I beheld! the Rev. Dr. Evan .... .... .. '
..
.
OUI' .11. LI 1.1 4 . .. ,
of spirit I alternately (nused II ions; of the volnlilc Inn;ue o the flew Man Proposes{) to Concert Ilia .... .11. 7'CSj.'i'ci . .
/1 Plies; OUp' l11p Ft.I'Irrr.. ... i9 w.a to'r 11 13 p. .. ...
her wealth and Visions ol lady her ........ . I e 47 .. .. 1101
s my norertv.. < : lecturing; maid and however p TI h..nh. HI IH . . ... t
w M Pray, don't let my unexpected pres4jmce the Wares' of lie I Sa Iito .,... .. .. ..... J C BJ |I': ... u.... Cilcn... .. 1161 I. ... lu e9. ... .. . .. .
startle you" continued the Vicar of perfect happiness which mightbe unlnterestlna; it may: be to other a "".-'''' ... . .. .... e 55 e"i .... .. .Jpn.., .. .. .tl'' .... 10111. .... . ... ".1
mine were cither of tht-ne difficulties readers, rend with Misorblnjr, interest .. .. ... . . . ....... 135f'| ....... .. .Mtunrt . . .. .. V 6A. . ... ....._ /I'
(ot Hcldenliunt Minor"I;. bring no 111news. Power-Driving Factor. ... .. . .. ..... 7 M I'| .1. .. JIolw Hound.rfl . 9 VHat .. . .. .
removed served only to lucrensemy what 1 copy In the three following I ;. . ... .. -
iN .. Being summoned to London on I 7 461'| ... \\ JII ffl, Iii.l ._. .'. ,
business "which depression. As my nude's carriage chapters. :Man hug luirnefred II( nil tlie clement I. 0 40 a 1a i> I CIi t 63 p W P.liii! IM.rh. t I 13 10 i> 8 45 a 10 4ia I p I <
end In y
may my ap- I "III.! Ina 540 I' /40p, 410p" .Palm Hrrk 7 top 010p 5 :W Iti Ma ,
0 g7 .
Mlntment to tie,curacy of All Souls', aped toward St. Puncras, Brown- i to do his Ilil.lung. nu.l i It is nut 10 'Ja .... .. .. ... I 33 I' '. ll.'jntun.I Cf't,!. "R+. 1 I p p I Il"IUa it
remarkable ., .. 929 . .. . ... \JL
lnga line CIJ.\PTir that ;, >rl 5G7'' 7 Wr ... .... ISp
Mruuirc has (bct-n !
North n found
Brlxton.-your father has nakedtoe menus ... 'I I . . .. '
4
; 13 S) ;I' I' '. t 9ir, .... I."a ,. 6 l a
to call here to say that he would "Money buys worn ell," mcor.u or" A -WASTIDIIOOKR LITE to press| the very 1111,'" Into scTvleo.A I III""a// .. .' lOtS |, Il.ll.njuI, 4 |p .. ft"a .. 6 fJ / I '

di. :. :IIke you to return borne at once for a kept ringing In my cars tormentingme Tarximiw, HIS IIISTOKT; MT.IT- niachlno for. wlilc'a series of patents l |. a4na I. Myl }107p 111,: _Ctij. .,..A.1.,1'1'..Mlmntlv T _4 61/ ,il: I4 ,. A ais Wr .silks $ J 'I!

4. 'If' flay or so. He would Uke you to catch like an evil sprite. Then there TEN WITH ma ows IIA:(I>, A. r>. 1G71. has Just been rnuitcd; liy, tile I -
tfbe train which leaves St. Pnncras at was that smart young cleric, the Itov. I United: Mates (;urruluesit has for its Tralnf do not stop ft! vtallooa whcro tlm. I.not fetiovo. :
November 12.! I ,
All
men being nt all
,11.45. and travel via Cambridge." Evan Price. With the Rev, E'ail'' pul1)n5C the utilization of the tides of

_4 4 This Information annoyed me. great- Price I bad very little to do, and our than times the like sick.to tile It ,fnlletli the robust out. that no leas!but the son for the /cewratlon of power. I Condensed Schedule Between Jack onvillo and St. AD 11.tlne. .

4y.' I could not find It in heart to communications had always been of The apparnlus|> which Is (.cKlgued to i! ;;.. iZTZe\ I
my few men are troubled by contempla JACKSONVILLE: Ne.27' .. tilt..N... t7t No.a} .....3" Mr.at U. : lit N..8Jt|' y"t n'
f t jeep'; away/rom myfather.'when he" the most friendly character possiblebut tion'of that circumstance\ ; end.ludeed be shore built of upon n butrcus nt the' very TO ST. AUGUSTINE Dally Daily Dally j) D t1y i Dally :'. I la ea yen. Dally l>ail/ I j+ J .? ..
? 'Aeslre'd( my presence though to forego heaven how I hated him tidewater'couslats. of n walk-
r. ? nowan4 I hare ever noted tint more particularly T/T.Jaokannvlll> ... Its.' 10G0>> taitl.lt301 .
1 32Iip .
,pr visit to Richmond'with" Miss with what,fiendish delight I was cow ing beam permanently mounted on on at .. ii25.l 1 p aoor\ S05p 'ts',1.i/' /
farsh was a bitter his ) .such as hold by the, Mohnnirne- axis at the noil'end cf.wlioKo eitreml- .Ar. AaffuaUBa. Gft a 11 la 1141. 110 I'r.' 10" 400p 91at1. e1Ip110&i&s, .'

1: j Be. For a moment disappointment I stood In doubt, to the templatlng thought that extreme he was poverty probably whev at j.dun; faith that tlie Inevitable In generally ty.ls attached a/ large.float or alr-tlglit I ST. AUSUSTINE 110.21t No. tit'No. 96Dally+ ii lialiyjMiTSB':" ; :"! ,j;:11.IhA.I l i No.30+' 110.nt H*.1'. .
accepted with lACKSaMVILLt' DallyS DallyT )j hilly
stoicism
or Indifference
1'' (ow to act.v the pblnt of greatly increasing/ his Income caisson which rise* and tails with tile I it.tu. L.ay | P111.13? .1t&I17

y S "Of courser'you will go." remarked and of residing permanently la and that death l"y natural progression incoming or outgoing/ tide. At the L\<.IIL A\J .UD.. .:I O1 IM> ,7 "1. It 1- .! tt't" ILl',!to PI 4 tlO,,! eiot.< 4140 PI S40p .

JMllss Marsh., London promptly punished me for iajfuncbarliableness hath no terror nt nIL That further end of the henm la I. power Ar. Jackaonvl!) 100.a 8 OO a 8 40 a 11210 pI.|l246p, | t tl GI.>> !I a GO+t 7101\_,7IOj.140.| | i-
such Is iny own cast this present writ- ----
c \&; "I fear I must" I replied in a voice and I winced. In FOllowtng- : .. (
'
las shall
tt'6t1tJHe Tc IO liatli The Aro
exceeded ThrougbTPullmnn
i ; rblch. but-til concealed my vexation the chaos of my Ideas I did not forget Trains :

.; t.. but I1 will, return to-morrow or next Annie "'0IBe7. the unfortunate playfellow by> the the Psnliulst span of; life be who allotted for to man Wo. 318.d! S -EASTERN Nw Vork TRAINS. .nd Florida Bnveial I I *M.. 'lI.ad 1 -WESTERN Uhlmgt, TRAINS* rl l.-rlrth" Bpm-i l I

r4 ay at latest*. I am sorry to leave you of my childhood, whose youth many 'No. 31 .lI.d 31-:*outh.rn'....'. LtmlMd> J I fN. B3: .i<492-rNc, .ro and KiarldM. LJiull! years bath lIYed'nnion; a. strange j>co- \ .No.43 ni) 44-8..bnar4 .ruit Uncl JNo. 27 .n4 ao-orh. Aortae' I.tml *dThru
i this abrupt manner, and I am sure fulness. had always prevented me r ----w
pie In a strange; land; he r.-Iio: having "' rln.. ar* .d Tfl'iifllr, '' of )I' !
I
rompo y 'iltnfti; C'n. and vxtrn *-at fur will 1
f father would be b.rharte.l"
the last to desire Carding her as aunt did I .
an nor forget
1 ; Dare
become n. r c1u," i rcciveth: now hit' a.h..or-rated 1e..I all.aOIi whleli un extra or a.*t l&r. !.ahaigvO.BAJJFOUD 'M
ich a.thing without very good reason my K; Jdfsther. anxious and ... ,
pbjBlcal and men al powers' to( grow r
witf < alone, "I'rat rom home as>tould be :IJHANCH. ORANO'm CITY:
f ; feebler DUJLN01I. }
day by day; wIle, hoping; for I
\We adjourned to the drawSD -ro na, nor my Indulgent father, poVctpef'bC Tlo. TT '
nothing, fen roth nnujflit! U. not tempted 1 1 l SUTIO,... H o.I t )a .tNo:1 i I '' : ''b. .
n hithZtMlu Marsh Invited Mr.: Price my return? but I d* not touch; 10 Ife!. lie who lien! helm for his advantage Dn I U.IIy il'.I I Dally; ) .Tio i. 14k! ;11y l| ,nHIY. t /)

1? I 'accompany us, an lavltatlonwhich doubt that these considerations w4Co T 03 i'Lv.Tltu.vllle . .. .....Ar'UMiil'' '1 4IIDP| 4. tits' .
for Ar 1
or what lie | mvrn 7 14
c-oncelTpth to >' ;;
e accepted wltb great promptitude of A minor !sort, and that the central a x .IIy..O.u., ....... .Ar' 11..1'' C C4| l..tc..tI..I lrii Ar I .'
be such. To this dlrtuin 1 will admit 565. 1.,. .... .... ..' ,rl.'r 1I01.'L. QOH| I 90 n>
liOt 01 Dp I .
ind courtliness. Ho was a man of figure In my mind which occasioned lie C'xel'ptlon-and I hare had large OBOaAr.| ..... . Sanford . ... .. ...Lvt10se4;,| |I 0:0, | O.anr.Ur.CllyJv'' Ollr:$ .Ar Lr Utlplsii I 4 44 .B.. 4 v

presence and considerable cerebral disturbance .
tact my was Callr ---- -
-- = = -- -
::= -
acquaintance of =
"" men of tllvprH mllonn .
4u f fte4 with the power of talking Inter. stance Marsh, and other. Nile No. 'b -
no
tfflj \ Ho.lt Ma. 20
and MAYl'OBT ;
: qualities .
speak .17//
knowingly.
sq fianilnyl .
(
u ilnably but Interestingly about every- My uncle's horses were good one* And for what should I on IT. Dl1AZ>OH. Daily. &t1ndlL7' .. ..}
purposo recordof .._..
./ tDa In general and nothing In partlcklan and.soon conveyed me to the Midland I wheel which, through the engagement ..... "
myself that which l I. -ii--o;
1 'p Indeed,' nothing was more ad- terminus but I had no time to spare, tliat untrue seeing of a series of rutclit-ts. is forced to re- U "1: r

bed by the. femlnintf world ot'the> Having buglil'''iny tI llet. Lsouriit for my earthly couiIs BO-nearly I voice ns the beam rises or fall*. 11 40a 0 14 p'.L.! ... . ..... ... ..... .. . .. ...Pa.1a1'cal. ... .. .......... .... .... ........... : = a i 1 ,
tr| r
utruu; fliat certnlnly; tlilo record will 11 4-1 a 5" L......... ... .. ........ ...... T Mia '
..
vo Holdenbnrsta than tl lal To get the moat 1'1'0111111111"f"'I |I> AlluUl ..... . .. .... ...... ;
(J. ; !, c, afrTablllty no "mpbcomplJrtment, for |> felt 'go unread of'Any uutll'nflf r'I 8m lumy out of tills U 00m IISp4PENINSULAi .. .. ..... ... .. .. . ...... ..;,=. ....... .. . ...... ...?. .?. ......It Lr 7' .tap., I I p '
tr i '/" ( of the Her. Enn PrlCe. This averse to staring 'at'strangers, nftftr\ .grate and 'ttiny pprliaps moulder arrangement the beam\ Is _::: : : _,

J., ; ae ,aud'.. .Dt.clericj had.oti the. manner' of. English, travelers, tot *b.. <1usT/ rp oilier: eye titan mine vball balanced two-thirds of IU length! t the AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT IUANI. ,t
T' . a i In- the house tea minutes before I three hours; while to listen to conver- look shorter end being Inshore. This result I '

_ 11,2/1IN1'11ed, / that.he was to han an Inter- action In which T was not Interested .dances; upon wittingly It? SliouM'I c-liroalc-lo In! hunt: the clrcum- lu tbe transfer of twice triP uinoutit of CLOtE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI: WITH STEAMSHIP OF-THE P.; A O. S. S. COMPANY FOIL '

'*"rtvi HAVANA
: is false, thru o. all lies lied KEY WEST
bjr AND
t 4.Fnlham 'at a o. Iock. until which hour There being/ no compartment wltlioiit fains: : Is connected with It je PXcrte ::- NASSAU.
man from the
: first
1 >t e.wfta at leisure "(whleb- belD Intcr- passengers J selected the one which mm to the il latest bora-ou cai-th. I his recordrould Th. Time 1\ btrp show the
tirat-n
a '. preted slrnined..that ,he intended to4atar'nntif contained tbe feweit-an old, lady, nt- ,be Ilie farthest A practical nppllcatloii, of I the from tl>.. Hly..r.' p t.tt'>u. hIlt th*,lr arrival at which, -pnrturr tntina mar th.l>n il rwrtwd. to .rrira sad.tlrjMirt '
removed kt
from Huth:;; power Is to be found In nor tUxtn the Company hold ItMlf mo rtat.d t not KI..r..1.' f
'j\. themjrtlnir tbe laid tended by a young. maid. hi'm'T abstraction Its gross Impertinence would at once seine buul1n:. from. reipouslbl fo/ any clolay or any eoa.Hittn
;,. Interview he-would return to pay bra I left my: Gladstone bag .u astound end ,
appall and (lie Mn!
tx respects to"i''Mfc ?pamuel! ; ,,1ral. Liar would pause nmon his 1 Copy of the LOCAL TItlE CARD Oth. '.
:; nngefsakhast or r 7aforma.tloaSEE
( : );v'oth r words'th t iQ-wouid) 4ome' jfaek: was,."Yen lij'aiotI: ''t vraspotliD
> to dinner,' .When X gritted the draw> my uncle's groom, who contrived h 'tenant. I write only to assist mini TICKET: AGENT."

.IDC-room.- J..yblc Mr,. Price and Miss thrust It through the 'Window so that. M reviewing past expvrlencen: my and not New\ 2:1 critt' T. D. HAnrcAiR, Asat. Gea. Pass. Agoat.t ST. AXTOITSTIZfX9' :

'\1 iv; Marsh togeth.rIwjs more depressed It teU on the floor at the feet of the old jt> fonvlnpcmny man o.any')' matter : Jl'L4..r.e"E."RQ a

"thfMI-tI.d"'ef beet before bale lady causing her tb/brlek appaJUnsly. business
ply with men ben:
: find
; past
;htc ,regrettM that T hatf not decided to re- I ap loclaecl' for''the clutuslness of : jtero remaining nolluus: : for uio iegtlu rA7nHIS OWN -DOCTOR

'jMaJa' ;!.lMIk e a'trasner' jrhix; havIng. the servant, and foe: my own .
.< .kept Behead 'of'his competitors In Dwblcll'li.d ...u.etl.th Incident "\ 'Tv be continued 4' bV' Y4rs. ,
,
4a'JoHCJft 4vfalnta when near the'goat but' despite all. I f uld, any..jind th$ I. _. _>Lf -+- -, -+. -_ trF ;t' a kit.fqz A 600-p*
;""f:
'\,> dJ IT >anda., I am amat.sbamed )- lad* continued te'rolL'ber ekes, tb gilt la an odd fact that there are nowTJur .. ears with simplest of medicines. The book contain analysis of P.

.; to record how the tears pant and to utter strange sounds, um Captain Lnn tour In the UnlteiJ: s'j ,l : eoortohip and marriage; reariag; and management of children be '&

.1i started to. my,,eyes,hilt I forced them til at last I thought'' e.tad suffered Mates regular army-all j-oung.\ : won, sides valuable-prescriptions, recipes, ete.. wltka fall complement, f t

'tr', ek. enmmoned all' the. courage of some serious,Injarjr. When,jbe pe- > one of whom Is related to the late t facts ia malaria nediea that everyone lb..lei kIl6.... t

i j: toature: Dot at that time very much slued that I was reaUT'-AlArmed told it naval Henry "'. Lawlou, who made Tale most indispensable adjunct to every well-r.galetd 1.oQ..1t.,1tpUl{

,:.-.. 1.afters .Cln .meD.UL.atruale .JacI7..reconre4.-.bcne.1.L.11b autl" name illustrious; lu Cuba and, tt)4J) V 4a. wailed, postpaid' to any.ddr..s, oa receipt o* prl .. SIXTY bv

'.-,"tt-- -4i.ta.-.'- -a.hanrr'meod'comnonndedw _H'. . . n ptlslng -.nddenne i. ana Temarke) ..' One of these 'CapUUil A41ras, --I CENTS.: ,

\\II'401 pride and, fierceness.J,. that,%h. bug had.not.touched her. bift !flculs: B. LawtOQ, Is't bp retired falli.esperate ATLANTA "

::- -It'was :''with some dUBcnlty that; I that ft' nearly tenon ber fM(. Ib whlc* wouryls, recalvodjlnChina! , PUBLISHING HOUSE, ".JOWDn.r. 'qAo"
Y' i
{',<. conttsdtoap.ak.t.Atlailah: alone'Jefor ..__ wsiiH...hsvti fraan-tmpitisIMn (jk ?,here he dlstftfffnlsned himself W ,

J left:'.but I succeeded In doing tell what-BiIjhtvhare I ] &Ppeo.ed.81Ma ply for extraordinary heroismbw 1 Our ;

;,- wo;and again/ .....ted'h r of"my :regret then i requested her maid 'to Lef b4l' 1ir sagacious -action In a dangerovq.nation. Job Printing De

4..:: at the unexpected..Interrn tlon of our a certain flatk. This command '........ I After an exceptionally brjfc p.artm entFs

v Mtftrts-Mn-Mtftf.If "I11ipee1&C mf ''ti&re"j1ai i f a:1telfthU t>;b'M."r6t: 'M nt service he must now'give u[) ut| ,
.
6mrtrwr-fli ''grta-rpTeaiure"lt would( disk-Ir'ippeareC'irii1; tl'tla ia 0l capri"bt' "boxa, : complete and *,

give ma to'return to KenaJnoton j.trhp 01 'J osely-packed portmanteau rJlr9' D Il ,0the%&0uatrilavlng | of There New' arq Yea':lcI; IIA anti trit little! Corners therefore to fill.., up-to-date. We'are prepared
fhs.siine': 'I111aJi"I1'd! to bet emptied before the 1 oddijjlsbaped your
.nteat pocII[lblo momena tlia nod OUI. order'wJth"prol ptneaq'.
.... ... ,rtlel 4tfJt ldbe AoUat'! The c._ d l1c1er buildings t>ly the smallest Is .surfQg Satisfaction by
doing.
,
j. : ...... .aS J.j." .litdT Mo !"..t llal4 lrtl' lt.Jwca u.e 'I that which la In Bronx ,' : ,? '' nlch prices as. g d'workr'at, ; l
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... it tier of Melrose '\' t _..
_I 'I or Q ;e.lalt, D be ;pa.I / experiments'are:tO' :D1 avenue : tgt
d'tQ Idly ntlt. 1)). tbllfltlbe vltrlnej bricks. street,which la a'detached r "' __ : ;! ..- : .
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H ., .. WI1'"I' : :
I. building .'y
lv
: 'th' 1lrCtSlh .j. : j complete In Itself
ildi' bird eo d 61 ttlce) In IbDtZ1I let 10' : ;!
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,' 'O CHAICT. ;. 1 l ul ,, .bat .-bolt., anti 1ittemptia., ... Y R : .
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; ,Jtfy-.:A'li irtt l..h.rllla. .*r *tn'eoe.ot an tnawkiah.r.r..I'led sweet: I .pats same.tlrao.through,, the'narrow opening s at. *the't+ t ...,/. . ,, ......:- a.. .. .,V.........,...V .1Irt.............v.. .....:.....::.: M...

..' J loved'th. war d WnesUir their fet nog. ,) .. 'qct': back, there, Jnplterf] lie. cried. .' 11 ..J .".' .... .... j .. ....
That i i. tb* when on. i. young, and cut too ; .
iron '
ovet the THIS;
something scemedto tie tauwtle wjtli' BUCCANEERS IN
PANAMA
my: tongue his -
\, And *o my love I ncvar told; auort>tllm: riding ,'hlp. .
\ ,
-b i Vb.t chance then away I flung! .... f Jupiter crouched: back In the dice.; ..' (, . '
Tie different when '1'"
oar i I. old. i and :JIM talked past the keeper, out' "" -

And next, Jnminviood's noonday' heat 'A hate' tJje enclosure, 'Once lu the open '' ; MASONRY ,RELICS :.OF"\ "
From fair to f. air the big I Kew Iork City. -Tucked .
ir I lightly awung; . beast tretehedj open wIde' :I "ftr ; :I
:Half-way Tbla inb..a they would. my wooing meet.."'* hb.immeuaatpsws, yavocd, and then are much worn by-young\ picture DRAKE Ar1D; 'MORGAN
y .ltell-P'en are young, roared., I"aa: by mature womeli'? and
About '
{ their .ettlcoaU rhang I '* na
I trow they never found ins eotelJ ','v "And now,:Jim,' my boy."wUd Clley.. InglyJMcoming> J1dl one, 1 rnf :"' I 11
:X.ov.'. ehiingvs then as be ___ f ,
I aa.l approached, ;..
"ye'll
Tie different! wh.n !20. ID'O) rang i4.. l '. ;? lonl,.. col la, pat round ;your y.lovely"yout \attract ea.do, Tlio- Trip', From Panama: to. Porto BeIIo>-Co .

To: sit'niton the anxious seat '"!, neck And bo chalmcd: nice and tight to Jumbus' Search; For ,a Strait ,Connecting

The aiJ-too-willing maids among, the flure,' while ,'ourI frlnd oaks the Two Oceans ... The (Old. Highway
With foolish dreams one's with ** " ' :
lf to chest- you /i big tponsre. s ,
:With.That sweeten is the way poion when to men be are young, _.' Jim stoo stung

To,waste_ be too. at thy apijot/or and overbold. bunt! J"r neck.collar, fury'wai.always being buckled round his ; Itea Its .-........"'............ - .oI'rI"NJ'.u.. .. ..,..............._.._..'r..._._. .......IIAJJLA..a.. ..... :. : '
managed this wltb - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - ...,.
.fli* different! when ODD la ol<,J. _.. ono hand=bra oilier being occupied tat.oUJ1.1.' J

1'ENVOI. "W dangling the Whip. before. the iou'a( ANAMATher* are moment gaging, and a wonder with the sword., -
""1'0 chant: love's'lay with Insty eye: best. 0 when one can teem made a'.march.; Inland to that "peak la''

That i i" the way when one i lunfr.uoy. "Come on, now," ? *' al: l. when' be '.. p to comprehend dimly, the Darlen" from which be discovered tie ..
'To lightly win and loosely: hold: had finished end be half dragged the 'tblu- Interest et, the Iatb .u.. Pacific Ocean and fell down .and \ C
,r ,TTia.different wb.a' "'oar i* old. 'I big beast orer to the palls. V-X: 1tt .Some ''carbollxed'vaselln* prayed 'In emotion. Of .supreme ,TOOmentl -;,
] Chicago News, There was a ring fattened tt) tbe floor on the red-bug bites, some In the dTJUaatloll'or: the world. ; i
with a cbalrf attached tr() It. tile poll I Amer neon for the fever a llttls; Quinine few are greater than this, .Francisco tr

or which waa fastened into n clasp.. rcrjr for malaria and a brisk pony ride Plsarro was wltbu Balboa on this (.."
lclckkickck? k ht ritlt I t down the Savannah road, or'a ;:
cayuco march
The lion stood Between! the two pull*. crown according to old Peter Martyr, '
Facing him. the keeper threw aside edge, trip up the Chagret.. or a tossing heart and ICO men with arquebuses, crossbows -4, ,..
the whip and stooped to pick up thee.] the rim shaking-press through uneasy seat ins ; swords, pikes and'bloodhounds '
? | JUPITER chain. At be.rote slightly to snap tbe i>nrt gasoline .launch.,,to ,Porto 'B.llo that (the latter to track Indians).' Balboa' ,ro

catch upon the collar a loud roar broke ,-,( llk fascinating "Mouth of the Treasure of ..own hound,. which; be 'called, Leonlca.; ,
tram Jim. lie had become nd
..1 I I I' Infuriated Before Alley knew what \ orchid' called -little adveptnres. like:"these lone peak in Damien and was allowed, r
had hann.n l :n onnn DawD-.d< struck MIS8M TCCKMO B&OVflB I set one'a fancy gating The Isthmus I* rations like any soldier and "an equal
him and the tlien. not merely a amall republic, by share of.the booty" which
clawtrtor open alt right profited ids
| By Karl Edwin Harriman | cheek lie staggered back into the corned May Man ton. allow a ;JonaVa gourd .. >a Jtoraebreederwould matter much. : "
er ao and It made with .
cape,
and halt crouched there..dated.Th sleeves 'of ay, out" :a brlbe-bougbt revolution Twelve 4!:'s It took those mall-clad e
keeper did not acream. He desirable and the flat neck silk ;"It 1* the sane of act. that warriors;preceded by maroons cutting'' .
with the '
hardly breathed. The breeie, brushing and fancy boa of'the fur baa for minds have delectably dwelt' upon the way to reach 'the peak. Borne'' , r
hit ahoul. when young, during twenty genera died, "from' the '
raw lacerated cheek stung him; be model 1. made of most pestilential,, .'
,"""O HE keeper of the lion ofT felt the blood running dow his neck! moth with cuff of velvet royal and ( aUe( tions. Her are the Jungle,-here ar* mate:-ln the world;" and there were-', <.
r the London "Zoo," Martin along his body, under: : all his clothes .f )Persian lamb braid-and the sea, and her are the: masonry skirmishes wltb the Indians, the same 1
py Bile/, began learning his but his trained will kept him quiet and .t y settlements which Balboa cut through, tribes -who are, now supposed, be' r'
cirtrade young, for hla fath- uDmo"ln::. a costume, but the coat tbe plate .. .sailed, that, Plea rr0 allies''of the United States, In spit et tit
; lion keeper In a The lion was lying note almost flat odd The wrap equally well. .t built and tbat Drake and .Morgan the fact flat one great chief, Icana.,;; tt a
coat consists of !
4rarellor menagerie, and Martin' first I. gacing et tbe man. It would all be bloine A rich sacked. These were the seas in whichSir quln, has gonetq'Cathagena'te be'.
I1a=thing was1*"lion eub.V' .D the over. In a moment. nile,. thought, for portions ona line.which Tbe are blouse tucked Is ' 'discs Francis Drake In- two amall:pin. entertained by Colombian .m...... On t

boy wa* twenty-one years old LI.fall he saw that tbe beast was about to of with I nace had r.yaced-pl.te-fteeta of Spain September 23. 1918, Balboa sawtlie.
er left the menagerie and Martin spring.: mean shoulder and ,''when "convoyed by three armed. tt b sea beyond, the sea that really reached: .t> ',
earns. When the I II
stepped into, hi* place. With cape I lean" to the East of Marco Polo'and be
a great bound It Jumped sent
arranged over the shoulders ."..t J. ,
To-Martin a* boy and nan lion were through the air -Then the enormous beneath tbe Bells rang when we: .reached Porto Plaarro'ahead with scouts, f01Iowl..' e
as familiar .. brothers and sisters are bulk of the animal fell on him bearing! The edges sleeves' are tucked u bit hello; amall dugout :ca'yuco put oat .plm.Ntwading'' ?,waist deep, into the ,I I
bows form' full ex--
erie well but With puffs ( all standing like picture of Columbus session for'Castile 'and Leon
; tbe constant traveling one sweep cf a mighty paw finished shaped 'urr,.. Is In' Very
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began to wear upon him and long be Ulley was torn from his cbln to his er tunic 'Is tucked, fitted and 1* discovering America,the gunwales sank I. near tD. same apot.at.Acta. a' sett'-! ';,"
fore be was gray be aought and aecured hip, and his clothing! ripped into shreds hips by means of dnrts and allows below water amidships. It took more ment be'founded..' Balboa was''put +
employment from the Royal Zoo. ns If It were so much cambric. Yet be than mere water and mere wetness to to death for treason.' lilt treason',.... '
beneath
the blouse the belt. *.
logical Society pf LouJou. kept his senses and hatlll, affect u* now. Drawn up on the that long before he had started, he' Ji
of a plnln
material
The Ibor.1
"Ue'a the beet lion cons In England," The pain was distributed; It seemed iunntlty were most of the. villagers .n bad usurped the governor's place and '
the superintendent of the Iardcmloce to be everywhere, even In his feet. He American Consul uoariguez, WhO, & Spain dId not bear 4It hit, marvelous, r
Mid. wondered If his feet had been, gnawed A Lqte I think, nover baa seen North America discoveries till' a >new governor'with "
For fifteen! year. Rlley kept his plnce off.! like many another f American Consul orders to execute.alboa had been sent' '
mud remained whole although he bad He conic not have moved lind he. desired I down by the equator. But be trade to the Isthmus and had,fulfilled the,, ',
ouen seen ailacked in the cage, and to do so, and be knew that the with New York send Ivory nut to bo mission. Pizarro-treat on down that ,
once be thought. tbe !end bad surely slightest motion would mean a fresh made into buttons, etc., and has, the PaclUc to the conquest of Peru; ,ani I
deprived of her babies, struck him the middle of the enclosure, slinking / I wanted to go Art to the ]nets I Stmzilsxbnckand orer teas to SpalnJ '

over the ear with her open paw. its bend and watching him with, Treasure House which was the Mecca At Porto oho and at Norabre de Woa1, -. 1' :

It was In June, two years ago, that yellow burning eyes.Illley (1* It an anachronism to use tbe are the two split ends of ill* only, pa 1L .f'o, :
Rlley bad his most dangerous and cur wondered If he was lend. Tie phrase?) of tbe-ln' tJlreu of the coaat. except the atp-ylar-ddPanamlt,)Ball-v !
ious adventure. One afternoon after could think still and to satisfy himself Here It was solid masonry. Tropical road wblcb even to this day eiltts. ( K} ',
carrying great palls of water up to that his cud had 'not come, be ran over vines, which need only sun, rain and! across this Junction of two ConUnentl..y.: .
.,: the llpn house to bathe some of the i In hla mind all LU cxperltbcpsIU.. y air to grow bad branched from--it* Th road/ though pared with stony,**?
beast, he set tae two palls down at lions In the past. : mortar bad separated the careful lay IB' tblck with' bush'now. Two'years ,
the door of the long low building and It bad been carelessness t" lay aside .lug; and cementing. The roof was .oCt; ago a mine owner. had torv'macllet.''' 4 ;:
entered, to be> greeted by roars from a the whip even fcr a moment; for. there were opening which showed men go ahead, of! him 'and 'Clear:
few of the ten cages ranged along the slight aa It was, there was not a lion Nrbere the doors bad been. trail, and then by means f'm&IIT'.r"*;
wall 'upon the right. The cagea were In tbe Zoo that It did not cow. Then jf,"Look at those arches" said the con'i lay of mules be made tl\e jourae,.. to

-exactly similar and at the back of each he wondered It be could not react) It. a"n r. who had. coma alanc: "thernavo PflnAmfl lt twenty -u.-..-..v-._, .--\-.---.-
'.was"' a eliding door leading, to an en. With a jrrrnt! effort be drew bJs knees no keystones!r* Of . 4 closure '''Where Rlley usually, turned "1' slightly) and pressed.his beer bard hadn't; ancient people bad advanced of the gold: silver and pearl that came,
loq e"anj> animal,, tbat he"wished; to niton, tbe floor,> thinking them to( slid \ ways of accomplishing eflds. Consider over It for Spain. At that time the
bathe.t Uls own body. Uttlo by little, to the t't: tbe Pyramids; .
lie crept along( the Iron railing which spot where''lay:' the wbIp. ,JJm sawtbet'movenrentl fort,'up the Ghagrea River in Panama. Just above here,' and .for tbatjport '
-twin front of the rages and walked '' of. ;the knees, and : JCo( one-knows how they'did It Without Drake left Plymouth,. England,V fcj w '

t s.+', tne'length c>Jbe building close) to tint crouched." ,.U* would spring! again. k team derrick bigger. than 'we ar two ships and..aventy-tbree men. aid.', ",. \
bars, scrutinising tbe beasts behind 'IHloy closed his eyes. lie did not need! N l- iu-qiifllnted.<< with. If* a 'fine- old pile, It I* ,believed then sanction of ,Que *i':< . !*',
. and now and again stopping for a word to open them; to< feel the two rows of f bts.akeletonofatreasure. ,, bouse. "I Elizabeth. ,, .Leaving .il* ahlps1[ '''Out 'of, t, .
lfb-o tt'or AUDther. share teeth meet In. the muscle of Ills I I i: can to restore It a* a custom house," tight he used hla pinnaces 10 scouting :

Thus be went on to 'the last cage, arm at the shoulder or to feel himselg, remarked the contractor.jjulllng: a red- and found the plate-fleet IfUie barber Vc:
behind the bar of which stalked back dragged across tho cpunent. blossoming plant from crevice. "All with her escort of tbr&.tat'med gaUeon't''; r
.and forth two Immense male lions. Aa When bo did open bin eyes he iooled: I "111 have to do la to supply door and a waiting for the cargo. One night h* rjJ '
the Tolce of tile Inan' outelde felt upon down the length srf bra own body toward : root" rushed,lbea towno1d.J.bp.OxenhamZ,

their Mrs.they slopped in their promenade tbe opening of tbe Inner cnitf. 8We debouched upon a cobblestone wbo was afterwards. Banged,In Lima
andbaking their manes There In the doorway, stood Jupiter t a long street roared.. Then Jupiter/ one of the his l l. head >alsed, hla eyea; angry. Illley c Jungle at both ends, with whitewashed fled;, Silver waa abiyadantr but Drake::"

beasts advanced to the front of the remembered that bo had struck Jupiter r calf-stucco, halt.wood,'.nd occasionally wanted gold and pearls. ''Tbe Span/sb"t; ,'
tfb'' and raising a' forepaw lightly unnecessarily but a. few minutes 4 oral-atone houses along It. WUd wig. returned f or.,the, church bell ringer, ; z
front t|*! door, thrust it out between earlier. Was tbe lion coming to share .&lrclna-a attracted na to tbe American "'aa-- -Itlll-.- -r.tthf'ntl.-..-.-.." _If'C.__,.,.._.._ &L u.e_ auarm._"- n'
the "bar- filler 'sol tod that paw lu In the killing? 'ct" Consul's; -Sr. Rodrlgues' home spacious and they took courage. Drak, was),:1 t
both band and book It violently. Tbe Illley watched Jupiter, but Jim did pretty (for those pam), bowing wounded In the leg,.".nd Ida men1 trnw,! +
other lion glared upon till display of not see his rage mute, tor his tail was for the medium suits 1: six navy;; Wealth In Its deeoratlon-iumreeting carried him away In retreat. :For three*' r.t ..;,,

friendship from a dark corner ct tile to the opening a* he crouched,tor another I ty-"yen Inches wide, three : ,';:: cbromos from an early American year be waited his chant on the Is. ,, ,,
back. Ill* eyes glowed In tbe half sprint. Bat before he could leapfbere eighth yard forty-fonr lo b.. ; ' period grasses in vases mirrors With of ,Pines. taking meantime, 'with bl*', ''.#! 1'.; )

light; like two "And: how are you Jupiter, old boy?" *. And then JIIPltet';bounded to four inches wide with .. the at the bottom. There ia no Irony inttnla a treasure, bip' from her ,eae rt' 'at, .,. -, ,.,
masked Rlley. Tht answer was a roar tbe middle of the enclosure facing. yards of velvet and five yards description am:, altnply speak- CarthAgena: and theil ,pt'',,word'ot a, '
tJatt.ml8'ht be termed mild for to Rill 'Jim, lug to trim us Illustrated.Tdehlonuble ] . by lag literally; It should be read like rich tr.IQ coming d"othe( Panama' a '7..
l< .. -ey'a.experienced ear It bore no note of The mane of tbe two lions IirMtlml' ---- ones wise. Sr. Rodrlguec gave,us'more than road.' Yellow fever tad kJle4| off all
The car
!L:....w..II.J1tr.: In fact Jupiter erer since has upon their necks like run'... Jupiter llayday ure\'elret. neck easy stretch of thnieanlng. of hotpl- but forty-eight of his men; his tnirgeon''' ;d;

rv". ab, day*. bad always shown remarka plunged forward and Instantly the lior-, I sort* ol velvet persoi.at nlgbt-' 1 ( of tallty In America north or !south west had died, too "of bit own medicine,"' .

ble fondness for tbe keeper. rlble fight began which I I. sun Spoken heat quality and I II the old or,.. ...... .mmnrl..e_ :. and_n I.e_ _revs_ _It_ out_ __ ,_The fortifications of Porto Cello are, 1'I c' .';
"1'm: thlnkln' ye need a bath ;Jupl- of In tone of awe among the keepers ret an emblem of luxury; In pace of late heart; ha was what yon honestly beautiful. la the style -which'Van ban "' )i

*' 4er.r said Uller.Abotber of the Zoo. But these thick! velvets ' wok for when apanlsh-blooded, person brought to a climax In the days' of '1';.g" '
roar was the answer rill._... Ietnn_ ... tb..rp.. tnn w.nk' __ to._ ".n"n'_. ". are !n bays, in conventional fashion "My Loafs le Solell of Franca they have ,
ly by women since
, ."Well. then, you shall hare 1t: And a finger, saw it all. The lions rnnrvd er woman; wants pf age to be no Tbe bouse 1* yours" He showed ns bla tbe rampart the esplanade, the glads ).t/. ,

there' Jim glowering wlth Jealousy and snarled, and tore at each other I tie weighty folds. At n dance tbe family Bible with the name and dates .and tbe. rest in,lovely line,and .sym, .', .
:s.at* : tie ne shall hare a bath too.e now rising abore tbo prostrate m.in these handsome velvets I. . of his offspring written down. "Thir metry. Every point command* ,some-' .'
; Ahall both get It In about two minutes." clawing, snapping biting; now rolling Younger used ty-two children," be said proudly and other point; and underneath' them Sa,
: Tile keeper went back to tbe door of o"erIud orer upon the !floor all wet women are wearing/ ire read their "name Against aome the dungeon, with one square opening

. 1 --tne;, \''building., where he bad left his with the blood of c.an and beast. Jim'sresistance relvels velvet are and not that of Is greater a novelty.,,' are of them was the record. "Died--v" of btstoric.romance. We found'th. '
;pall; picking; them up, be shambled was gallant, for be was the are .The mother too was dead. waits of and have all
,-rf along the path at the rear of the lion "Inferior in both strength and weight taffeta tre of tbe thick velvets.tbe sheen . Under guidance of the principal cltlien dreads and wishes and farewells of innumerable -:
v'' 'lioasVnotU' b, reached'tb Iron. end .- Finally, with sudden upward throw The ') '.. we went,to the two old churches prisoners,' Kampart scare' '
the
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'lh'f'tire.wtrch'wB! just behind the cage cf his bead Jupiter's teeth closet upon ''market vet and bandaomeat't.brlc d. 'aid beyond anything. known ot" IIICbrl.Uan I ly reached to,the walitlloe..of a.maa;, sty.
' ''''oecapjed .by Jupiter and his 4 :ion. There he topped. Drawing shook Jim an If be bad been rat. and sold shops these light ; j One la. still 'Worablped In. The latter, ronnd-tODDedf'.towara; nIamMl .foe.ar.M.' f .
,>/;, ''Jt>uoch of keys from hi* coat pocket, be then beat the dangling bead upon the la great from. demand$3 to $8 a for yard. or Indeed, wa the churcn which rang teetural no less than for military effect,
,i.. : celected one, and Ctted it to the pad. floor of the enclosure. At last ;Jupiter silks evening Ita bell when it **W men with American were hardly big enough for'. map to
UJ'r'lock, on the door. Tbro"lnaback the jaws opened with a smack and ;Jim's and are decreasing lo. raincoat coming ashore thinking turn around In. Red flowers, lone and l

tX; heavy screen upon Ita creaking hinges : deadhead fell solidly upon the cement La_ Req.I.- -..-.-........ they were priests in cassock The slim, like a folded' moraine glory et'' "
It b* lifted both pall Inside the inclos- With his muscle raised high. Jupiter The most admired real lace thief citizen of the place for 400 year grew In the rifle silts. Small orchids',
k are and then clambered up on tbe ce'h"tneAt' stood for an irttant .motionless his collars handkerchiefs, were burled under the flag of the thrived under the dislocated Iron PD.eo .' ''lu

: floor himself,,' abutting the gate forefoot planted upon Jim's enrcstas. tab ends or a stole finish are floor "I knew It," said I. thinking of old that none of the marks telling- ,..'
?y'' after him. and slipping an Iron bar Then opening wide bl* jaw.; be gate tlan lace. Duchease, :aDd Mayor Do eon'a calmness during our the date of manufacture can be'declpb,

N': .through the teary cleat to hold I It a mighty roar of triumph and revenge. with! Brussels point and voyage; "here are De Leon to beat ered. only who fancy"that ancient'',, '
" ....IIt.t' Then. he!! strode over to the prostrate point dtt gaze, as well .. point the band." They ranged, under our ruins are to be encountered 10 that rny'1

,; ..ft Merrily. _whistling -Mary of Athlone." keeper and looked down Into his! face. I... Rrnl laces, of tbla day feet back to 1000 twenty year before Old World should see these ef Spanish' 1' :-rAmertes.
u.",., '*.njn" uuuieu over 10 a corner. of tun Only for an Instant did the scrntniv. apt po be mixed In style as the Mayflower at Plymouth, New Eng. .. They are. European in character. -, .'4'
., enclosure siid. put down the palls. A last, Tben Jupiter turned, mid pnrseF point with Pucurssp.' Milanese I land.Jj with a story tu t'..eem. almost '1 ;
3':"'roar'came. from tbe Inner cage through th'e doorway.of tbe Inner cage, tin and Maltese, lace represent Alnng here Columbus passed looking Asiatic ta age. At the other end of the.' ; ,r
"I!'!.':" -"NOW' don't you Ilt excited" said the where be lay down in a corner to lick dividual choice more for "a strait
keeper as1 he.crossed over to the door his wound Jn allencei There is something beautiful and ) With another great ocean". Indiana the castle which 1I0f' sacked I and; t'1\. / .

14s'eonnecttng'tbe, cage with the enclot- It was )Morton that snake man who ty about real Milanese .bice: ,. Ita lt| Honduras bail told him of one or raped or,It.' gold allll'pea -maklng ; !1J"I.I.,
Q t: vr: '4Tll be,there In a ..minute." at lastfound Jlllcy lying motionless designs suggesting' point de ao be understood them. What theyjeally tbe.priests and nuns of ,the. place,go, ',
V'"J' A* bespoke be released on the floor of the lion ahead to.put ..
the sliding yard "Are you llounccs. berthas, collajrettea apprised, him of wa tbat 'only up scaling Udders and e(0.
'T,.;.panel b7,'rltJQCIrtospeR; : It "went up dead Ulley. 7"', ho called through the Afferent alyle of neckband laces 4 narrow neck of i.l1d'her 'Separated take the brunt of tile. 'rtIuebWle.-Nhr: #
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y ,automatlca'lly bejng raised by the Ira real now .to .bebo ( .'.two ocean; but hi* mind was fixed :York Evenlng Post.' .' *_ .'
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KT ? 'Coaffrestlonal X. 'House IjftSSBB LL FOR PRIMARIES. Notice for-Publication. :Ho tics ot Attachment.Kotlce w'9 Y G '"'


tsM oa j Judiciary have 'voted kl 'followtnK olt .for.dtrmoerUlc prlmiirlet DepartmsntoflhC Interior I. ) ti b ,..Jt.lnD that W L Van Dnaor., r9"9q": 0 : sE 'I. :!:q- 1

. ,... Land Ofllne at Oaluu.vll e, Pla, Feb. lo. 1U04.1 Company h"a IniOluiuid a suit br attachni u;
dts-Obr1!"* Swayne 'of ... .., .. ouuotr '... .4. by lbs l) - S
the
falioCiOloimtid
that ntlall
... ) KXDOUIIV Coniutttve. ..V thel i Notice Is hereby given the In the t,/ tCn Ir. "urt iof the Seventh
d18"lct"of County: settler. baa Iliad notice of his Intention. Circuit the sun of florlda. for o.o.ola
Florida. While b..d lurch I:All. 1W04! 10 make final proof .lu 'u]>pt>rt of III* claim County against Mr*. 9 ,A. iaub'The said I
.. .aid th* committee has voted }: lit. 8octIon1--TiiojwhlK> .. 1\" voter of OwaoU ,Vonulj will bold .s. Circuit Court at Urlan '0. Via.. on April t. \11I... -0'.I lo |iurotbe j
OM no details, U .. known M.. JOvh 1'JO AD4 Viet Wllaoii P Preacotl., of IClHilmniee.Flu' Hd. said ::::\'o"I'u!::: ; : : KinImraee l, .
Kictitlon ,f ,
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*ry Tuewlty | of ,.. \\'W. of 9I4: : and lbS
l''aIII... I'on which the & 27t\lt\I"lth.8: S NWI W CIty. said County and HUM, on ,
.I..toN.l''r Jans TUi, 1V04 to oom!' NK4HW)4! ) eec. il.TpVIH.R: III K.Ue 4ih day ul A ort!. A.-D. IIIIM" lbs same. beIng A. ,K. HAWKES
feaaed lacludo belnjr habitually Illy following UckeU to boi I Votud ''ur uamuaihe following; wllnaieet; tn provehi rule day of lh- raid Co..",. ,

from tie circuit, Imprison Ing .cl) eluvibr.xeept>> wh.r "p" clfl<>*U,<,,,U- *.oontinnous reatdeui-e" 'upon and-cultivation. Use- Ih. 1103.. .
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of I'Haiul, "li: Ji' ). N I.EE.
':: jer for contempt'and for tailiffuiilrmry.lqth* Uentral Eleollou w I llam. keen, ol Klwlmmee, 21 Clerk Circuit Court THE J' I\\OUSA.TLANl'A OPTICIAN '
: / ciolnrr. u.zt, and sl.q I Ihow potltlopi wblch David O .Ken of W.I. BEAM. 'J
4' .hear' a witness in'a case, la IM nilert by r oomtn nd ttoafn Daniel<<> M' )>"" ."otl..I" 1'iul ail's Attorurr. "
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f. Open'cl1rt.: that lie would not l. fKndiilnt lor U S Sf nular. Jeflersou 1) freecutt Orlando U j\\JJUNSON., FlaW ) .. ,

'J I:: :aalcl witness:under!' oath.) j'uda- ., oaiiddta( for (Jonar.amao (((80COU'1 ,. _g..iiut.' Notice of Application for Tax 1

\ *"w&a r *idont Ii; of.KlijslBptnee I ; IJ 'I). T Deed Under SectIon 8 of ____ .1
I. .*<, nill '. V,was appointed to Lhebencb1 .. & Chapter 4888 Laws 'of _
(term roan)
In accordance with the law in such eases
.. ,ater after whioh was ,beffun it .00 C tiit])<)"t afvr Ju.llc ol Lbs Supram mitde tent provided. It l. hereby iiunltue-d Florida. I. 1

protocut-lov, l and persecution! (ICTJII I year*) and declared. that an flection will\ be held aiBasacngcr ,
of I / Notice la hereby given thai I A Barber. i'trc'scsor -
'Ij : In $pe< |H| Tax .rhm>l DlMrlct $0.4.4M.eeuls :
) ('a tliilato fur (, ovorDor __ of Tux Certilreaui'o. :2$< - ;
crats ttiat inado hla .. 9lh
Dame a COtiut: %) Ms fin day]
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4 : | CKIHllllKlH ((ULfuCrutHty: Of "fetlll.*. of Aprl< A I) lltH: to ' e ::,lt,t..d'h Khalis 2nd cl.)*"f Julv. A D IWNi\ bar filed laid certtft.c514.1u'mrt.ttl.o. IMAm
the nostril of hundred* in the ) i mi J Mute fur Atte ieyUouur.iI. rvo an Truaivia of the nlorcml TAperlal"' 'TaxHchonl . and baa iim lu npiilluatjon '
.rn tier! of counties of the .. I'''Irh.tInr: mo .*cars ,itext after for ttix di.il to UBUO\ In Hcuoriauiu \\'ilh law.hald _
) '. < .II said election ami to fix the number of _
Impeachment\ proceedings were rnuJId.t<1 for Treuiuror of 'llmrl..t ochool I tux Ui lie levied<< for *0111I.1 si'riled iinipcrtj eitnatcd Oaccnla Cuuul-i', I _

,; about ,by Hon. W. ']J. Limar, ''''' Mal.-Ior gu|: rlnUjuiloi.l. qf'Publl sail It IwoycamU IHirranio. Charles Cbainiler Robert" Florida N', of M('i-si>;> It..18W: < 3 4, T 16 i It. W E-JU I

V nt.atir" from the- Third : 'I Ion Aldurma, .i. I naim, .,lor*. .nil, K'iut I\flrtl., acres
I ernudtJuK. for CidnmlMloner of Agr ru clc'ruof Mid 1 elmtlonl 'Iboaaid 1.,1.l being aB.(i el at the onto of
sional Olatrlgt.ttai .. >iin,, bv order of Ilio Doard ol tibllo" justrucllon the ,iFtsumuc of uneh turLifICflte In the using of. =
3. nceolM County W H M l Iavt.hou. I
) ., for Rcllroad. Comniliiiloncr fill. itt day of March 1'104. Uil-an said curtlflcato shall, bo redoctnul HCnordinK
I a knowing : "An ciiui ItlHto for AdjuU.nl Ooncinl II C !BTANroRI to """. tax deed. will Iwuu tliorumi' on
the itt of A I U 1UM) 1
day April
Is taitllonalre Cbalrniau
1: without money, ) candldaU fur SUta CheioUt, W I:} 1I1NTONtlccretary. lI'iL'' can lilY omclal niKtiaturo and senl. this Direct fom.the homo office; of this Great Optical House, or one '
jTreswnan'out of a iub a king ntndldale for Judge of tile 7Lh Cl -cult lIe, 2utb. du\ of February, A I II 1\1.! ,*n ;
at the
will
He ( (".. .datufor Stale Attorney lortho 7th JNO Si. LKTIC of his practical Opticians and remain /
&j04.t constructs (fatAL ) Clerk Iruuit Court.Oncvola ,/.J
.
hatorneror laW Notice. Coiintr, Kliiriila,
build
a uiuilldiiia tot Member o( tie liooi 01 By 8 II BULLOCK. D C. Osceola Pharmacy. J

without .rail 'or spikes, and ' '", Notice\ I In hereht 111\',," \Jhiit) the RopHtrMton. --.- - :- -
Bo..k.11I mill for' lHt'tnTtt rvOtit I.in.. trill I I l Iou '
without a plow. tIe runs a .. canelld.1o for COlll1tJ' judge open lorih- rcKlhtrmloii/ of el,,,i tore on. huitirUy Notice of Application lor Tax HIS ENGAGEMENT FOR 3 DA,=S PNL Y. i
; tlo rd"alJd! dealt out cundldato for ehorilT < Man JGtl. 1N)4! l) >ok lu .n*<*1iut s- 1 I .
candidate for Anea or of Taxcf will be ki |.t open| from ::. <,I.M-k.I H in till UoVUwk Deed under Section K nl of Kissimmee ;
,1, ()&lIb or credit. He loves : q in cot Ir nil J ot.u'k! p. in, till .'> beginning April 4th. This will give the citizens 'I
Bdveklaa i, caudlduM nrTax Coliectvr n'rlock: .. on No'.las.: "I c.iut-.days; ] aulriniUrdu Chapter 4888, Law of having) thefrV" (
and vicinity a rare opportunity )
with him : ,
an brother. for :
a :
( cnudlduto for Supervisor of Kcglmratlon }"* fouri onserntlva,; Vtktk*<, .lonitift 8"tunlHV of Florida. J ",
; editor'la a teacher a lawyer a ...,.." .... for Superlntciidpiil. of Public Aptirll Lint Bivokn \\\11\}\ Ix kilt oj" on .
,' of County two. lit\i III eHtlit"tfk for lath couiiecutl\u Notice la hereby given that J W. Tlnnr piir- : Eye-Sight Tested Free " .
.er; be tends truth-.out t.o. save ..kol... all oilier *'iiirttt .
lire. .huer..r laX ( 0'1'\11"11' N.> I 1J) >. dakd tin ill) I t ;
'and frequently lost ." candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court Al ....rU".III'.t.t I "l \ntake\\ ilui'" notice July. 'V l 111'1" h flu-il\ pet gets .candidate for-Coiinly Tronxirer '\1'11.ROeru ti.'nsclve.i ; u.ftriIigty oiiflo, 1I.t! han limb,, eiMilli, at lull for tux ill-id t by one of the most renowned and successful as well as reliable 4t .. ,
: ,b..bt-he wounded carol for eudl.lal"l for Ktata Hen.te till. day of Manli .\ P UNM Ivone. aiM, ...!lii,.<.u wllh 'IMH, Opticians in the U. S. Mr Hawkes has all the mpderri appliances .
j
II'TIIOMP"OS.
Snld certllicalv. tmbiHcm the following' .1 1"1 .
v Injr rpcues the perishing, and o omit Into for County !Surnjor I I ,"u1'er'I.or 01 JUKiotnillnn i I hi. u' it fur ntrlhuil iropurl' ol'lIalelIII OaceolH" count for the scientific adjustment of glasses to the eye There '
: .tarve" himself '. r-adiIstes, for Count Coinmlmtloiitrs, Onwo) ('oiitilstato of i-hon1 lH. t lo III. to-silt' Qt !
when a ham
. .. Optician the U. -S who the confidence of the people
in
cauilidiilui fur Hoard of Public luntruc --' -- tl": I L.l : mnt-1. H Mnttheirii' A1htt ii.tII. is no enjoys

., .wouyijerk( :him from the jaws of Notice of Application to Sell .K Tin I.jllllll"said-"land being UN..ed l at the ,lato of I lit more than Mr. Hawkes. His name is a familiar word .4

Tb''United States Supreme ur dcl<.ga"".. Hi lar o for National COII 'LU' Real Estate. the inland" of pn,'h < "I'\III..t.11I. lh"- nan. *. .*1 :> throughout a section'of country inhabltea bv over lentfive
J"hnN.\.III until. l ,riill I 1< aIr thai)
MrKRli <" (
ha!Xiphoid! the provision ip ... 2nd Notli'o I. hi.n.l>., tff\t-ti 'to all I I M hoin' II\ Ill fl>' 11 it-id.'m. *"iwiordhiK,' l<> IHW, lax tiro! "II. I :> millions of people Mi. Hawkes has probabl' adjusted glasses ,
Auk-gati", from Congremiloiial 1)10'l cnniirn tI< "11".11 I HI,.pi' 10 tin ( mini)' .1,1, lKt. tssii.I Hit'noii on tin 2 I th .IHJ' i.l v'urtli'' I ,t to the of of national 1 and international fame i
more people
Alabama"constitution
with to_ !;alkjnal Couvuutlou 11..ant for OMinlH i "iint>'. -I"". of Florid. ontlu 1J .004. I:> eves f
the qualification of voters. The liiLUihiruf National Cmdmlllee of Duino 1 I Hh I daol, ..Arll I. l''H, for .an Dr-U-r In nil I VUllUHM ...)' t.fll(.'Ittt HlflUHtl, Hll<1 stat (lit. than any other Optician !Jlvr": The firm was established in 18 ,
fad at' |ir1\nt.* anle, the fnlloulnit I r* ..1 I efctiiU' 1\liiu I In the J4th dnr| Kt-lniftlijr '% J' 1 I'**)I.
fc,* of that provision will no doubt tin' Co.intof )".',-..IH. St.itt .f KlorlU, t.> ultTho J4: ",. N. un:. ro ... .
.J ..- Member at Large of Democratic M-i4: "f '11\1_ "cillii! : -HI 1. fonnili1|, Ji." THKAI 1 l'ork! ('Ic. ii \ i" mrlOw
jfreatly: reduce the number of CotnmlttLc nnlli flange :Ml 1.o-t. (,iMitmnliip, III tu ri'K. IIIIM-O. .rolM Co"iiU. FU,rnla EYE STRAIN !
), ,YOtes but as it operates or lci. tin Ktimi' h'I'1.l I ; 1)1) |.rop'rlv ol llittlc Its K 11! BULIII", UtMajor's : t _#00 t
Uumbir (
upon u DimocraUc 'State Committee
.
I'"nl llurberllUin I IIHHI iirto-r. Msrvl . .
'-- --- -
: and blacks aliki It does not. .ceo'a County I vIe he rL.-r and Ihi.miiii I Hutirx I ,' .Iturbir. nil I. I> is often the cause of headache dimness. nei vous>ness and dim f \
o' II -1; li caJitd. uir : Pioclamat.onH .
meinUira of DcmorraHr Com nor heir .loi&li crer
.. the federal constitution. Of I .... to be tuled for County In their riBpeclite! the hciunt of said h.... :> of vision. This> cm: be cured in many casw. by the correct 41I / 'fness 'f\
fevrer'whites: than blacks will be pre March II, 1 1:101.: \' v irtiof tIii' |pow.- ,...k.1 lu in C. I. J Vil ",
; fitting of his Crystalline) I lenses to the Call early he'
MAMIK K TtOMtt. *'rlt 11. M M.r ,.f the 1'.."" nf k ''''In''".-* I,> eye. posi4
..teabu&that' in Itself furnishes 'e lYt.l.Unllnl Klcclon. (.imrllnil. of alit II I'Ira < ii\ FI..rlt.1"l ,ht,ru> tantioui...r nil 1 ill-,'Inrutl I tively remains but 5 days as he has other engagements, for later :
>Nl all) I 1. lltt, "I ,11110.I licit 111 .lit toVMl .5 i t ;
. gal came for complaint. JiKttte uf the Poaci for each !Dlntrlct ; .1
Connlnh Notice 01 Election.Iri SHlnrMx llu I I1H 0. dates ...IfI'
for i-nrh Juhllcc Dlitrlrt
t
>; l 11\\' Ol' MAIM H, A. I>. 10'*, / 'CAUTION. 1 would oiution, the public against tuyrng] f
General I spectac'es.
Apathy seems to be "lilt. ('outcntiou for formi. Ruing .a pint crtlInti.o \\ i,h tile law in sail Ii cumale I . '
*".II.r\ II.J l I it I. hereto "'II"'U''II".I fir tin imrMme of Hi-Ctliitf tli.? follow I UK "ill' > from peddles, from house to house wIth lot of 4 '
a
"tendant .' most of the political .' for the of f J ton.; :; .
.!,<'Un-l I I/Hint..n El lion w III I U hell) uI XUntlitr "--rs to N rvi term one year v '
lug* held so far tn the State. .1 nol, !'tati CIMIT<'titlnn tpr forninlntlnij I a . 'II 'I'i <'ml Tnlim>l lii-tr't s.i 1 "s. Out. 'WIII'.r. ) spectacles represent : thp:ti' to be Hawkes or belling the !same 4i rJr
.. ,'I. lVOIM ..
Ou
< i *
,,, tuUl til*' 0'1.* o -tlllI'.I.1 IN Mi tuN < '
i likely b* la taking the place of :2 1'b..l" commlttooof fle couilm, *.j>ril. I II 1 ltNtl. (o rlftfrintiH1 H lui Nil A 11 K,.To : > M arc ii'01 sill lax t'olltx titr..aji:1 { grade of goods H3.w eb spectaclcb Are Ntvhw pi oi1 II Many 1 ['
lit Trn-'t .i* of the af.il't'.1,1 i HI""d| 'ax'cli.i.l/ OIK' 'I I rea.lirer. j of the inferior that flood the ,
,. Whti are engaged in preparing A *: IlLurden thalrinan and four otlien 'lI.trt-I. '.i :It fur I tsr.. yenru 00ofh'r ,.1.1 A Inn IMO AUIiTmrn.' ntr\r for I ti., ii mi ..f I J I> glasses country are p j injurious .:

''" 1ewt1ithe coming forces of a|i p.hitd by the Cbali be made" a i'air pl/('ctio. ... nil to tlx the iiuiuht .it nnlH yflijirlt two yesrsI to the eye .
-t ,hinl d.xl.t hu 1 teVI-.l' for cxl i nf licr/h fii>|H>iiit .r I M > "J nblqult.cusgenerai whose II coniinittuL nnd that salt coiumlltee bavtr .. and ": \\ hrlllllllll.l.tIC\tjn. aol S. L I."I./F .
> .Id I U > Seers | CAUTIONTheMe: I'amouM CHUMMO are !Never' l 1 ..iLtl. .
.. : ( nr>' blalika and lalluU printed and \\' .a If ill. U H ThmnuH, cut M t A .Ooclnfnvr Clerk of.nai t P] M'lion. =p :
Green.. of lectio> published also ace that .re m.\.1 l nlo.J innpot r.. *tnl I .V (; .1as! ('U.rkf lit wll'1. .. wl"'r..1 I hare herountn net uivliaud I I.1. :
.>u. i do. .tlo.i ) nn Mayor of mti.l lown suit I> AAiT-FOR HAW KES and not only net glasjes '.1.fically! ..JI 2 f".rbe i Mississippi. House of .. bigots' an,1 ballot boxos are dellvcrod Uoiif.,. order of the Hoard of Publir IiiMtrii' '.....L I f'u"Ih"' soil of mid Town lu bv i
; "",,, of each recliicl. t4. Ltricr .tlini. Ovfoln "ouuljrTbU lien unto nflixcd ) adjusted to your eyes. but! secure a pair of his Cryi;' t".i Len&- \-

:ttlveshaspsised' a bill \ ) ix>tl lUt sic and aalnoto 1 he delivered t b>"' Mh da)' Mardi 1 .ttI.II> C STANFORD.Ct.K.rmai.. 1.10 1 i es. the most brilliant spec.ta.Gle.lenses tEi eAte>> .E). >t:

,the, worltlng of Children under ...\ o Inipuctun Also that said Mayor of the Town of XiNiimiucvtum ;:/ '

;., j an' of age/ in the factories of <-e iiHine the limpectora and clerks, and \\ B III TS. .- (.iiy. VIa Do 4 : I I
J It .ILRERT. JK
,I,, Btt.i JAn "make all netunsar arrangements. for Clerk. : A.K.HAWKE,3l
: -t'J l
< ,, ') election i :
-- - -- -- - --
r.1': xehanxe.Bayathat: political tlou J 7 hat candldalos be aaseased as Ij l) livcator aid Sole Proprietor, ot th. HawM. .au.ca. 4l { .
I '"' """ '
.
tbe Committee "
; ,;.ax.us.dchieflyto put political by 4 Any campaign person desiring to become a I l) He Will Positively Renuta but :3 Days. 4 :

.., Denta'on. of'business. "" for any County offlo, Including I Opertlaryairi' TROPICALPine i I II. If;.

, y"C,.... of the LegUlature. stall Ale his name j i ..... .... .....:oIIIr..Ao..A!! A..h Aull.fto.! ............. ik41k4iI..gr. !
:
A........,..
tUe chairman tiigether with the sum ol
Tb.l., Baxt. attraction at the ) uaeued. loth* .ofll.. by or on the 21at t'i 3t3e3i f **rf 3 ? 4 -"-,\

) House will b '> the _appearance April.." 1M>4. I Appfc \--Short horn- nd "

., brilliant actress: Marie Dale and i S. The pay of inspectors "and clerk ..Hereford
.
own company of players in the b*S2.on per aajr eaob. wile eve cent

_ '. aot-tnuslcal farce comedy,. 'Miss ,. eacb way*>>r Inspector,delivering bal '. '

'. "*y 1J'OaI.JeneYt": a play that and ...w...... 5O Registered Breeding. Cattle 50 'f-1;
"'
.TT element to please; each an .. On. of the Inspector ot election TarAu'd '

_,i 4 brim full of,pure fun, sweet 4.1I\.rth. returns to the chairman of .. FviblicX2 Sa.1e .... :

_: t,oatchy onga.. The company JlllltJ' Democratic Executlr Committee ..
.t,"her for one night only and it 1Mb of liar. 1904 .A.prt.1.: axad ,L 3. 2.904

'' I doubt be the last chance this' ?. All white Democrat who an

,, j g to sMijoy.. ,;"a.:good, play be a* .aVowed per call of to Tote State In Executive said primary Commit JL, j- Wine All Immmiw Irma ...so...tlvk rf Hal.f..a(3m Motp"mrrasitMl.", ,,,., 9.aiaiiut IMJU we death mAd from a.l giunmmt'- for A .lie tl t t* T_.. ..,..

: .. Poil.eh.ll b. Ha elatns fur Aivtbn or oven ateknnao Writ fur folk ","lctisan.
N open at R. a m
,V.. K. wnat are .
fi ow. you ..... at S, p. m except Precinct No. 1.
.
,
.,' aball open at 8, .a. m. and eloae at sun -I PALMETTO PARK STOCK FARM.
When j'ou take 1 .Gre".'.
Chill ,Tonlo because1' the 1 , .. a All vote shall be on written 01 S Z. C.. CHAMEuss-4. PROPRIETORS.
; OCALA FL.
.ballot, prepared In conformity with II,. .
bottle
'p1&1ol1"prlo&ed on every law In so far as practicable. -1--
':. ,lnjT that It Is simply Ivon and IV That member ol the Oaceola lias cured more bad :-i-
\ In a tasteless form. No Cure, \Democratic Executlre Committee be "'4
{ : In ..101 primary but thrt the name of of >oooo KX> tooooo MOOOO
,y,;5 Pay. *'flo.) .for said I>committee" placed only cases Indigestion.
'f \ ticket In the precinct whlcb be re- 4
4 , NI'j..N.1'C&1hOual of .. -v LaOrlppc, Stomach The lane of bad luck "
_ .!.; in the city, today Calling on 11. thai the oflli-e of Hnpervtaor of LET US
fee placed on the ticketA .
ba rdware merchants as the E. BKARDEM, Chairman. disorders. Coughs and;
j 'tative of the EvansvilJe Stove J. a. CARB Secretary that seems to have no turn-

.11 ,If i%'.Calttoun is among the most Colds this winter than. IMPRESS iD4t. cart be turned into & nguUr -
',.'wlar men on the road and has a KuMlmmee, J ls.. March" iHth, UOt.
mauling of tbe Campaign Omumlttvn of nne. lf you cor)8nlt ut
"trade all over his terrlt.or71.wblch .'" KxamtlTe Conimitt,, she tot- ALL OTHER remedies .bout the
I brace several southern State liuipectora> and Clarke of election were. C. M. BROWN THIc:.. kind of Fertilizeryo'i
: need for
J.expressed: himself. being so .. No. 1.-O. Bnoknbi W A. HarweL combined. your soil.
*T>wlth Miami that it would not .... Inspector; Frank J'an>rowortl1. Write for oyr" little booklet ,
\:'much to induce him to. quit the The Peopl.'s Candidate fox UPON yOU
No.I-J, H Bronxon. i. H. Tlner, on Fertilizers which is free '
locate here and having OOUBNOB.: or JLOBIDA.B6 : I
And ITBT, Innimctoni. W. L. for the 1
i. him long and intimately the' No. i-W. L. XIl-iI..k. asking.HlQDest ;

'oltsi would congrtulate Miami ,,B: D Wootun, ...".-.. .; \ -------- J I

_ :' Jsuch a more. I"Onlc.-Mlam cltirk No 4,>-H. C. Thomas, J.L. Demon, T'A CITIZEN OV: L.!. ; .IE v'. 'f)

,.olb., ' Warren, I inepnotori; A. U.Bmton. clerk .. \ Gasti Price ,;:;
\ hs sssla s -j.MsasM *sllss ssVs MsMs>alsH lSaiiMsMsa> No. &-& A. BteyhBown. L W. N...- THIS STATE.A ,
"". B*uler. .inspector.; u I. Humner, e..4. :;: Paid tor Dru Bones. J
; "
L:Mi*( ;Llnle andMaud O< \ :)
i-:'Went up' to Winter Park Saturday No 8.-Jamea Lacier W. R Oo4 - - -' - - --- --'- f.,
',' good time. The \ o Ball liuixxton ; 1. H. Balmlen See your Druggist or I
ba.d. jolly I Soldlar TJndor General XL K. FLORIDA FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING COUAINESVILLE J
; Win of the College had No. 7.-Frank Walker Ci.... Cnmp write
the
rtbem; a bountiful spread, which A UnderblU Innpeoton; J. H. WaLker | LM from :First to Last Day.Carrie. :: Maaufaieturers. S FLORIDA. (

-very pleasant surprise, and was ... Mo. 8.-John B. KnIl. r. E Top I :

In order that the visitors might J. B. Carr. inspectors; O. W. Beat I AQENT... W. B. MAKINSON CO., KISSIMMEH FLORIDA. "'. H. .
j' .. student of the College. On '.. "
4&Tth.ywent to church In .. m""tM of candidtftv* for nfoe were I four "Tank." bullets SOOOOCCOOOCOQOOOOOOQOt "

'."dined-. the.Windsor and in the ISHMtor follow:. . . .. . C .01(0 .. gentle reminder of "4
returning to Hones epeceent.tlvm . .. Ia, tie a
aooo'webt'driring;

,1 tar"Par 1C.in,- time* for .supper. :! \' Judge. -.. .., .. - .- . -- taco that greet bloody strugg;!*. Ji Atlantic Coast Line Railway company..

we .. th. gue.U of Mis Lannle of Cironil Obart" . .. . 9005)
: Mi Ida while there. ; I'. .. . .. . .. .. . tOlIO
Md ** PrIor .. .. ... .. to w TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 10TH. 1904. .
Monday '
tMMirned borne bapt. Pnblior !I.nruoUoa. .. . .. 9015)
{ : -Harveyor. .. . .. . . . . 6 ()O I THE: TB.IBKD OF DEPARTURES. FROM KIBBIMMEE:
i.L1esbl.excltewerit -
.
___ . Oo was ?T15CD.105----------------- .. W For
; Wednesday at CommbHioBure .. . .. . .. . .. 1 W TUB PBOPtK. TROPICAL Orlando. Sanford Jacksonrlll, WaverOM. 1 ,
...,_ th streets Th0m5.ivItleavanush. Cbmrlwloo, .
rMot Bchool Board .. . . . 1 W i Wllmlnsi. .
it1' negro man.running through ,,", of <.oe :. . ..-.. . ... .. . alO No. 32, t 1.42 P. M. ion.more,KJnhmonil.I'Mlailella.W..lllnI1OD.o.folk.New Toga BalQ- '
.
1. -.,'purtued. by \ ... . . ... ... .. _.. 1110 Eastern: pollute. Ikialou and all '
.Ireets FouEtath saw the race BoglaitraHon OOSom .. .... II 26 MANUFACTURINGCOMPANY J,I".'.
gjeary of T M Wurphi'T, Oonmlttee HIS ITJLTFOHH.Th For Orlando 54thomaivitte
bad killed his. S.uford Jncksonrllle WMarOM. ;
IDf a' h. ... or lbe I..n. Montgomery Valdoa\a Blrmlns-, :
aod soon W..I. O.RR Huo.

I ;;;;;: 'in'a. part l 'Dbo.10 the., larlbltol chase M ,: B. farming and laboringm No. 40, 12. I 8 P. M. Ylllo.ltun..U'e.ndall lism J1".1*! Atlsnu. Weaura'Chstsnoogiu polnu. Knox-f 1 .Umo "t; '

I the t.tme.but Wantea. bis flat consiJ.ration. ... tavanush. Ch.rl.."... WlImllll\1On( alab-
i1t4taeer M Manager: n : .
... who mood Washington, Bsltlmor. hU.dQIPh1a. : .I
dowaaLd jailed the negro lady or gentleman to Jacksonville. Fla. New York Boston mud .U Western point :
", Joe William.. An business in this county and GOOD AGE'.8 :FOB UONXL'w0Rx .. "f
-'- .am.as Uw' For LakeTalsnd Pistil l ,
i .eoo-Cf) t.b.l'Ow'l'fjvealec1, } territory" for well and fa : No: 2 1 3.59 A M 41 and an lut.rmodUM(Clljr itallaM Tamp. PunU.Oor. ... 'r;
WS only very
__% ibe .om..n bly known house of solid finan 'I .
made'
Died.by toM thrust standing., $2O.OO straIbtcash' ZJBEBAIi PEKMONB.: XJb- No. 39 4.29 P M For l.skclsn, Plant City, Tslmpa, Punts Oo-.

\ wib a plre! kDLle. : The wI and expenses pain each Monday era! School POLICY. The Primary. d. .and lllntermo*i t .t*lloi.fc.rnr ,

LObby"nd, direct from, ...headquarters. .
%. ;.:10"-use." \d; .. money advanced. Position Th XUdlroad 6 w
Address 810 FOR SALE BY .m>!:
Hard Boadt. Economical '
Maaalil'etl Traln. ((2 sed
f;: at"bl. 1O1 t1'.rtIlJr. Rh.i.tla for the Bldg. Chicago, { Administration. Payisut: en..cIt.i York.'Pr\ U..llb Irvu carry Jeoksolll.PUllmaD'lInealle'l'oNHtwMn to Waablallw .laID,Port oars be\WMlllackIOD"'W.Tampa .and jstsy ('an It:(.&fW .. ..

.' -1 hs.ribied "' Mot' Leant to Speak 'Sp*.|.lir 'f0so'54e' 541 .'1, .
of Pullman
"
.
Parlor .
att.acK and '
i ee ere of the SUt D bts. Beguat1onof .. care sleeper. betweeD Tampaatifilstk.on..
.
W'ltJi Kissimmee .
.&ra Drug Co Till., Piiiala : ." and .. J5ekreflyIlls.ndew!! .
"
b York alae Jaok.onvw ,
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_; aad.,0IlD4 can secure a copy) of the new Criminal anti IXMlll vu ""uIIOlller)'. .. j. ., iIo. I
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