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: April 15, 1904
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00120
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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DELEGATES 'CHOSEltf ': .-.ahoMa Pointer.. A DIABOLICAL DEED Noticeof Application for Tax - .,..' .
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. The excessive patriotism. '' '' MASOPII.J.. J
manifested ', --- ,Dees! Under' Section' 8 of 'Dnuas P. c. THC L..o # :

by the numerous aspirants for political .Chapter 'Laws ' Pre.crlatbu Clerk, ..BssisesitnassfTHOMASON ** 1
4888 of PATErtT AND' : / y
;Osceola Well distinctionfill. the ;contemplative u ., '" ,
l County! Represented mla'd with wonder'aDd amazement; Fiends iri*Human Form?Chase . C- Florida. PROPRIETARY, : .

'at"tbe, Hearst Convention. the Ingenious device to be Inaugurated Notice la hereby glen, that ELD: OveratrooCnitr ; .. \ & RO1RS ON* .
.. by our would-be public Servantsto and.- Destroy'::12 ,,Blooded <]ha.orof TaKCortlncalea' Noa. SWt. 70.'671, 'Mecfctr! I ts, \. \ .; ,<*.: ,._ .. '
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AT3, (Ml. dated.lh Mhxlajr of June A O 1K0T. hem *
41"rom% i.h.Jatiluonrill Metropolis April alb: advance the financial l interests of Bulls liUlopklns Pas-: thud acid rertittoat' In/my ofllce,and h.. made STATION ny- ? '*' ; ', ,,x- I-

The' Ueariit" .Anti-Trust. League bed) Osoeola county has 'So enthused the ture. .'. At,>,illratlou law. for tax deed to Isftuo ,n .ooordnncswtih TOILET" ; -'<* DRUGGISTS.pure : I ; _
{ of our metropolis that
ail Important conference: yesterday afternoon come fixld IfIO.teII embrace the followlnc <1. \
r 1';, and selected delegates tb( the of themvJiroiit'.U1) sacTTBCe the vweefr On l Saturday night, U" End }Instr .n thud property altuatod In Osoaola (!QUnl,.. ARTICLES' , _
national convention and transactedother solace of a night'! repose and. shout three fiends in human form rode Into ltti>ida{ to will' CIGARS ' '.' a I ,ft _
wu of HWW. RfC. H. NUo RW!: and RIUotMfI'ilf.III"It ., .. > I
[, t the triad\ lldlngtof Solomon '
business. The meeting( wee at- tt coming one of the pastures' on the Deer Park : orM1I4!; < *o.22, WU of NWW' PriiQsJ fiGGuraiclp-\ ""h'i _
r" tendfd by prominent democrats all Whose reign 1 Is to render our fair Stock Farm In.thts county and-did an "ElinfNW''' and 8W'' e..a V3 and SH, of N\\% o t . ; ,
'ot'erthe{ Stale and the'enthusiasm county land flowing with "peach'; act, which for hemousueus and atrocity Bon :'M In Tn 21. s K 28 .... 'ETct .. .- ' ,
The sal lavla bet anaeaiieil at the date of pounded.r
and and more R .1
honey than ] ,
t ntaq fabled showed bow! high the .ooiupen* there II'hOt. a word strong enough tgoondemcr :-
great the iHinanoe of such oertllloatea the name of ._ .. _
i sat them for the present exhaustion _,__ __f'n -, \ --- ijTi-ir
anu tti8t leader was bald I In Florida. '-tbe castration of nine Hereford KOoblct. Unleaa saM. .oerUncntea hall lure' r --?-- ; '- - -r1! IL in I r ;MW
W. J. Bryan called Qf lung power horseflesh, .1081 of' ,and three Devon bulls, which the li-cmoil accord" la law. tax deed will lieu JPrescriptloBS- rifled Mlgat er '
the m RKJPECTrUtl.ySOLICIT. + t
) thereon the Mh of A I> 19O4.
day April
"t ___ order In a few appropriate. remarks. sleep and subsequent collapse, nor proprietor Geo. -Hopkins: bad-reVj: WItndairntyofliolal'atg.eulro on and seal this. Day fcy M Expert.sad Careful 'SHARE'' OP YOUR PATV 1 f- d
pY 1 w,_ John M. Bryan, of Onceola county, I 'oua exhaustion, eta Some fanatics oently-purchased at an outlay of sev lie lrdd f of March; AT> 11514JOHN: +
., Jtrt; was elected permanent chairman the denominate these diagraceful,-buC eral hundred dollars. The 1art.1eHca.aed .. M LEE.aiAI. : Pharmacist ftONAOBAND,WILL ENDEAVOR -
i I as fair city furnishes the aintauI ( ] Clerk Circuit<< Court '' -SY
confarendn and he wai heartily applauded your :, the animals on horseback In Oiceola County Florida, TO MERIT THE SAME
He I I nttloD we decline to testify. ; the moonlight until t.hey'el'O exhausted U; B H BULLOCK I> U'dticb'bf New Drug Ston. Next 10 PROTECTINO' YOUR INTERESTS -
made a owriatehroemarks! and i.I I Orlando's favored son, J. C.j.Jonei, when they were!' caught and the !
' down to jcaodldale for district ,
attorney-is one
then got buBinrsii. Guy I. I I knife applied without regard to el- ...
i Metoalf wall elected secretary aDd |, of the gjteclaltles to be reported this euce-unless the science lay In the urter Application\ for Tax - .
t, j,' Charles E. Jones, aK"ltitant.lnCI'etu.ry.. I I I w'ek" ills general good nature, true abandonment of record for law Deed polder Section 8 of -

+ resolution Haymond which D. KuljditrteuU pledged |all present>
w to !toe election of Mr. Hearst and to''I his views, ''all bespeak the gentleman, 'i i'thU way twelve were treated, two of i of Florida") '
I I the scholar end wise politician. Our'ardent Which have died and others} ort.. W. That Sign"
the delegate selected) by the confer- I are r<$ Notl'ce la hereby given that J. Simpson Big
' I ence. 'Thin resolution \\ enthusiastically desire and anticipation U that ed as. likely to do so. After doing the Miruhaaer, of Tax Orllllratea No X-jA .,,11 8'l..I"t..d .y
| his canvass will be as' successful a. Is Ina .lid day ot July A D IWK t\ ), b.. filed
endorsed. ,,, dirty work: the l'erp'"Wol.torll'od away,
"y ad1( renlfluntea I "n my office a'jd'haa made ap*
Delegates were then selected! as fol. his known ability to till the office to not however before leaving evidence .d.< -ntlonforaxduod'1o' Itinu 111 aoordaac CITY BAKERYThat "at t:
lows: | which ho aspires. We have no lack of their identity behind which will\ ivllh law. :=- .

For State I I of respect for his opponent, who Is A\ probably face them In court of( 5u .- .t4tld", certificates embrace the following de ::I .
at Larere-J. S. Heard, of a .?rllmil property oltuaWil in Oaceula County __ 1, .: ..l'.
j II.rue democrat of perhaps equal merit, { .:, tf:
TT&Ravola: T. K. Bryan: of Tampa; ',, tire" u Ida tie nlt. ::::::- :: 1
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'c Hry..n,. nf Jacksonville. ;i circumstances. attending his previous i'I' T-ntl-i heti. .icit>It'4 of inchalne.RK>4. East North It* eh lOclmluii.lUll H
First OootrrcHHlunal: DlstrU-u-W. J.Chauib i candidacy cannot but Sympathize with j I Hen Guy spent Saturday and sunday I T<...-,,,,hlpt\| : > l Kouth of Uanxe 211 ,..t. -
hint and resolve lh.H. the "'11of\ tilt!,<' The said land being aaxeund at the datof
ruf Ocala. and U. IC. Mo- with hit relntlveu at home.
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1 iwoplo must l e4, roooa-nlxed. j'I 1i,.* iHnuance of such 4ertlnoatea the name of Something Good '
Rae, of 1'ttsco I Swain of Ft. Drum !oEat'I'1
' county.e Our friend Sears the Mr. Morgan I'nluiown( and H f Urle. Unless .....d cervlfl- : ,
young was recipient
!$: T. S. Anderson of Lhe Oak, and J1 of a Haltering; reception at Peir- ;I Tuesday. ."l.-urt will IMIIO thereon on the 11th day ol .
E. T Hitwcleti" 'of Jackkonvillo.! horn terrified during the past week. The un- |< Hisses. nniuia'Uell 1 and Ada Hauler, 'nv, A D 11KI4.Wltneas my! .official algnatnra and seal this w:::: . , \ ::! C plt. 1y \
are beginning, to appreciate
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I L Third Congressional Distt'ictno C. ', !son I'tturntd ]last. Sunday 'afternoon. liNth d"r of March. A n 1WH. .
friend Joe but Fresh Bread Pie and Cake Day ,, : l'' )
Dunn of Madl.on.lId. Frank L. primary elections and from a deligbtfi;! visit w'fricllds at IN'.. M. LEE every v ::!

1 Mevs:I: of Ppnaacola. \ 1 their results, too of a nearly petty! jury's,1'cscmlJle verdictto thepnoeltainties :i liatmenger."' f tALI] Oarenla Clerk County Clrcu t,Court Florida.Hr Diamond X Butter, Made from PureCream. J-lb Pack'1' ::: 1, "

The Presidential electol'liAere nom I 1.I Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Itaulerson'nre' .8 H BULLOCK.J> V J:. '

Ipated naming two from the State at ;: ran render only give prophecy a sort available.of may-be We expression i still with the family of Mr. Peter Unu- -- .. == ages.Large Assortment of Lunch Goods. r ** ::3, $

tare! dlKtrlcl.and one from each _Congressional to his future chanp. |I jof lerson.their Iittlason Owing to Stanley the extreme, they illneso bay> 0 == Candy\' We'HaVe Plenty of It from 11E"to', '' eoc'p; ., r1b.] .,:3'( i-; >. ,

J. C. B. Koonce, of Sumter county, 1 The general health of our community i been unable to "return to their home == Also large Stock of i Penny Oo6d. -s 31'', I,.'.

and V'. U. Stoneman of Miami, were : weak hus, no Improved during the docket the past and lie Is iin'urovlng Bonio and we hopi 'The Glen'I C If too busy to come'to us for Sorrtthing Good to Eat. ,,3' )a lit.:

jxslecled as elector at large. newcases on that he will soon be well, again.I Phone 68 will wants through Free De' ,iJ'f.,
.. old I ones tinner control. I -; and we supply your our ::::I
. I Mrs. Will Raulerson and chlldr'llIwl't'e ' J
Henry Alley waa named from ihe *
I Our unfavorable April weather has 1 := livery System. i' y
First district. < visiting Mrs. Lewis lianlersou : '
rt A. H. !Newton was named from the.SolOd : Ix-cn which somewhat lias, caused modified material by a !rainfall I I Saturday and Sunday.The q, 7llliLUUllUlU11U1l1111111U111U1111111LUiUiliLUfIU11Ul1UU -i :!

District. mpro\e- suwmlll at. Ft. Drum owned 1>\ ;
1 1 inont in the bean Cow Hotel 'I' ,
: crop. panting: jj'European Plan .n
T. A. Jennings, of lY-noacola, was | Mr. Andrew Drawdy was the scene 01i 0/
< I U now the order of the day and cattle JUt ..,j.
named from the Third dUlrlot.Kaymond i an awful accident last Thursday. FoiI RbAN NNN V ilL, ;
rapidly recovering from the
are effects .
D. KulglH offered the following I Nome unknown reason the boiler exploded ,
f tl,i resolution I of our lung cold winter. !Milk, butter, 1 causing the death of Mr. Willie 'J : x
: ly
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and their ndarit delicacies
soon J..S. iSTRftTTON Pro. The' ; t.
"llesolvwl, Thatxll further matters l he tie, Drawdy. His body was badly mu $ Largest .
' thltig.
to the for Mr. tllaled. He lived alwutthreequartera ,fj)
pertaining campaign ,sle
I Our candidate for 'County Commissioner _
Ilearnt of the Anti-Trust democrats ''of hour and conscious during '
to an was i
be left to the campaign Will Goblet, is one of our the time .lie leaves a wife, three /fit) Have fitted the i
-, com I up room
most entf'i-prlslng gardeners and. still I I'I SUMMER j
mittee.! consUtliitf of the following \ I small children and a host of relative LINE OF :GltfODS) :
{continues Tils bean vacated the
shipments.' Ii recently by City ,
gentlemen: \\'J. Bryan Quy 1 Met- 'I I Corn, if assisted by little and friends to mourn his untlmel) .
calf, Duncan U. }Fletcher K. Pope I 1 will make a warm death. The symoathy of the entire Bakery and the rooms above -- - .; .
Reese J. S. IlolllntHworth F. M Sl weather soon a One show- + is extended to t.hplrlef.- wj ::1' 'r,
"" comrottn ty / Klsslmmee. ,
\ ing. All things considered would with the best to be Ever -Brought to .
we equipment -
J. E. T.- stricken In their aBiicttonAr. iii :
llowden C.
". wonton George I II I b 4! hard to. null did of family great : .
we complain !):
t d Matthew, A W. Cockrell, Jr., and our future In that direction. ,. Andrew received painful fj had and am now prepared to I ;,

John L'unl.. Our pole prospects hook and line brigade has Injuries on the bear but Is now con '% cater to the wants of the pub- ".Al\ ; : :
C. M. Brown Jr., offered the following disbanded for the present the seineIM valescing. His friend hope for hima Freezers, r :

:. >U>J< tlie principal used in speedy recovery. ,j lie. Table unexcelled; large "' ,.? 1 : '
weapon Refrigerators /!
.Wh re..., The) lion. William Randolph I It\; ,. 'l
Hearst 1 I. the recognized/ anti- dealing Mr. Goosby with the from finny Sumter tribe. I _For CouMty CoanalMionor. OUt. Mo.' I.I airy rooms and comfortablebeds. Hammocks ' .. "' "

crust leader'Of the United Stales; and, county, hereby announce myself a candidate fur Rates reasonable for .
"Whereas Hi. strength candidate niece of Mrs, llenton is on a visit to 1' County(:nmmlsstonerfmm district Mu' One.and Go Carts, Etc. .1 -
/ a the exec rtTCe mansion this week. 1 oll' ,It the support of the Democratic voUr '
Single Meals) Board by the
for the Presidency cornea from Two Mormon elders and. washingmachine l' lit the County Primary. I'romUluii Ualerted 'j f At Prices that, Defy Com ;
''eat/ rank and ale of the detno- to do all In 017 power to serve the Goer' Day or longer. "
agent broke the monotony of Injurant of the county and give It an coouoatc i 'petltiott
ratio masses wltbln the .and ,
party .
: the ceaseless flow .l admluUtratloo. '" "LA
recognising In him the ablest advocate the week. 'oaudldates during R. C.'TARTJK.For :. . tt!<>F.>;:>> .t om. -
past To be Fowtid theSt'ore of' -
of the democratic doctrine and I''
the leading advocate of the' primary, Mrs'John L. Deeson who has. been M.MtM* School Board uutrlct No. t.. ,

.system in thedemocr..tlo.p..rt'i; an Invalid for some time 1 I. I believe., I hereby eunaunce myself a candidate .. a r ., ;
t.heryo-, on the Improve. Member of the School Board front L>i lrtot No. :;:f
fore be it."Ilesold. Our emporium 1 I. still the center--of In d ronpoclfully xilictt the-.eapnort of tar. R RIE
That it It the! sense of attraction frlenrte fur the poeltion. If noniiuatod sad - I GRAVES -& ,GRAVES' : I( '
this conference of anil-trust Democrat and our Governor Is at elected It wilt be ray plemmre to further thueducatlnoat ., .
present busily engaged In the handshaking lntcre o' our county .lu eraryway . ..
that It would be inimical to the profession.Our poeaible. .. .to
plan of nomination of candidates i 0Rfll
primary Very reKpeptfnllr.
K,, W.
to return to the old convention veteran. Warren, deputy C. E. KKAMCLI.N.For .

r ystem be It further 0 f nominating//candidates; and registration Dames of officer newly is daily Hedged recordingthe voters.. I M._br BxecHtlve Coln.' : .. I **** ..... ..... .....#.........##.#...+...............#....... _
His opinion is that Peghornlans will At the lollcltatloD of frland. I Horilo'< ) ."
''t "Resolved, That the members of pounce my name.. a caudfdate for Member
this conference put themselves on rec- render a good account of themselvesnext comity emorrallit Kii-cmlve Committee from SUNNY SOUTH LIYERY STABLE} : .
and their month." H. L. Soaver and family Dlatrlct'ia R, Aud eo loll the ''''the two t IHI'n +
.01'11. efforts ,
use earnest to are among the latest arrivals In our | In the primary J. I,. matt KI.ANlt I I .
4dure the democratic voters of the
Slate of Florida in the coming I>rl- city Mr. Seaver's residence lion Drainage Notice.TO A.YIIIIR TIM BAbMAwAuR .. }a ,t
New York avenue!!, near the pont.fflee."Messrs. 1
election to vote against holding ALL WHOM MAY CONCERN
mary :
J. L. Overstreet and his Take Postoffece. :
,, t& convention. opponent Notice that 'Vhereaa W. J Barber et Broadway Opposite ',
L. P. Lewis al ll<1 Uughey, Whld- < on April prcifut to the County
J. A.
Lyon offered! the following: den ...ndl';. TV. Leslie .I cominlailoiier of oiiceol County. Florida, apeiitli Flor1'da.r
4K "Jtesolved, That it is the sense of the southbox.nd.Heghornlans through >ii iravtr.g tor the conmructlon and oi>4.'n- :Kissimz:> ee. : tr
this conference anti-trust. Democrats on lull of a ditch M>ro.> the .fuUo...iug de.crfbedlend ) .
are ult'iatoil t In anl'1 ORDER FOR GBOCER- i : {
anticipating visit County towit: five '
that the that chosen '
delegates are by from our friend W 13. Maklnson. cm In rorucrot NWU of NKy( of 8ectlou "
this conference who may be elected In Come out Bro. and let us see if you 17. 'V'r4'Sld.Ego K8. 30 K.. the lame being the; IES Now open for" business with a lull equipment 'of! '' 'new Bug'h

1, the and coming they are democratic hereby Instructed primaries to;voter be, be as busy in the country as In town. Now tliirefora..u BB K. Ituirhev JT KNOWN, That ..1,1..I IOoiinty will receive prompt attention If left i gies, Carriages and Surreys, Stylish yet safe) 'Horse ? !'d.,DrJvers. .. ; '>
Our mathematical friend! CohnmlsKlonerii "will" ] conalder laid r -
first, last and all the time for William having been tlttuu ., their rojiulitr meeting to bu held on Your patronage solicited. It ourpls&8ureto please
:. Randolph Hearst for President of t. eqDIt.ed found asked somewhat demoralized was Monday the 2..J. day of ray A DVH; And what we deliver will ... our patrons. Give us a call. '. .. "
.II.AcS".nl..o' to explain. Well said he, the Wherefore all peraona who may he ntereMtodare (
doctor told me to take an ounce of hereby! cited to apuanr on said day and prevent be found of surpassing good quality / j 1 '
brandy and my arithmetic Informs me hould their not reaaons be granted.why said Petition should or :;; 102. .'. x't v,

trays Brown ,a. Winner. that have 16 taken drams 14' drams make one and ounce will take, and the I tlonur By order of said.of tho 0.....Hoard.'. Cixtut,of Couoty Comml.* ; right up to the top 'notch of per. t..t, *..............t ...s'...... +kR41Mfik.. .. .tfldp.!......-.

PensAcola Correspondent: A prominent other two If It kills me. Wttiien*. my hand and the official aval of auld fection; fresh and wl le60me. If w# hl''
Bo.rd.t Klsulmmoo, thin uth
day of April. A 4't Y
commercial traveller who covers Should you desire any more dots D 1901.Wi doubt about our prices the fol- +
from Peghorn this week you will haveto [ ] JNO M LEE you
the whole State, while discussing i *
come and get them for I must Clerk of th Board of County ita idea rS Nurseriesri i
', politics recently, expressed his surprise Commlaslouer. nj n* will-jiv yoa an Tropical
move- ONW ARD. By 8 y BULLOCK D U _'__ *
4 the remarkable *to < TV
at strength dew of the moderate charges prevailing, ;
.valorpeii by Hon. C. M: Drown, of A Dandy For Bnraa. t y X r e
Wt Ocala candidate for governor. He Dr. Bergln Pana. Ills., writes: 'T MADAMB E DEAH'S' r;: LLS.' etc.: 7 ,!.
.\ } sate that Brown would sweep West have used IJalard's) Snow Liniment; Damaged corn $1.25 per sack to If y.oifmttind planting any Fruit Trees this fall send .me; list 1

always recommended it toy friends, A....,c...., a... M_JI_.... >> '
South Florida and was without I -' of wants and I can save you money or Orange Peachand: ;
p as am confident there Is no better IVCI11OWK' Tl MIL ear.i ". .i.xirl ..*.- close it out. your
doubt tbe -leading candidate In the made. 'It Is a dandy for. burns. .fitUa O MMI b..*.*J..111.-or HMMT lur....*):U M.* U,*\.*trt b* pmii pmiriljMmf tvr Pear and all kinds of .Nursery; k.'t? : \ t V"rj)

{ The clean Those who live on farms are specially .."...... Arent. ._ U'd..aM a..N :
raoa. campaign; which he rn .......... ..
1 # bas been running has met with pop bruises liable to many accidental 1 cuts burns, .....-' eo N.u w r. .""..""'.. P4. I -0X598 "W. R.. S ?EIF ...
which heal rapidly when Dal- ""
'clan favor. His war record makes Urd's Snow Liniment Is apnlied. It -- W B MAKINSON CO. ++4It"tt I hi .6'...-1+++4+.. II1.. ..... .-t tI..M'II + .. ,.. .

J very true Routhern span proud of should alway. be kept. In the house for -r.- ": : "

M; t biro, and his record In both the lower Cases of emergency. 2.'>c, SOc, 91 hoe "

tle. Sold by Thomason & Roberson. I .
;Iaad upper house ofthe State legtglac .

+ l..'tare Is without a stain. He says that Health is -Youth--Dlseaae--- and 'The lane of bad luck A"1ultl" tt4C: : bas .e

be has not. visited a county In which sickness Bring Old Age. I LET US '

c .0 be did not find Drown men enthusiastlcally Herblne taken every;) morning before t that seems to have no tupn- Are ladScaUoM of son* form o i'rtomach: '
: working for his euro
It lr ::and many believed; that he nomination would win health breakfast fit. you will to keep ward you off disease.In robust It IMPRESS ing, can be turned into a regular trouble. bllioosneMcr.. bad ttrr. l MsJsjrU .will. Ik*? ;
overtake Don't risk it, aDd nbor sip. v'
la the first primary.. ring, if consnlt us next you.
; cures constipation bllllousnesa, dyspepsia you 1nrnaJ01' nl.. ho*l\ '

t;< # Robbed tli* Or.".. fever, skin, liver and kidney I about the kind of Fertilizer N .t h'
complaints. It purifies the blood and( THIS need for soil. -
!, f. A.startling Incident IB narrated by clear the complexion.: Mr. D. W.:I you your 8ER' :'a
& Write for little booklet
1 ,?.:rohnOlirerofl'htladeiphaasfollows[ ; Smith Whitney Texas write. 'April our )
was-In: an awful condition. 3 1902 I UPON YOU on Fertilizers which is free '- '
k i My : "I have used Herbloe and e.n'tbeir of, tbalr
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, find It the best '\ ( C 'bai -none
medicine for constipation for the asking.HlQtoest HCRBKNC tatosa h M
'deadly effeota..
+ R ;;tongue coated pain t .
continually) In abd liver trouble. It doe all : ., ''' will forestall headacheput J" .. I
back::: and fides, no appetite, growing ypu claim for [It. I cab highly recom-, te. \t\ \ ivgnlailr ortranaln pwJ.cuClIWII.. ;J '.
weaker day by da1.Three physiciansV mead it." BOcts'a ,.tb8d1I1Mt.1-n .. an :
a Sold
had given me Upi Then I was advised Thomasonjfc) Roberson.' by ... \ Gash PriceY r ,'.tloa. boW oPtbeadackeee t"41....

'* torusa Electric' Bitters;' to my Treat r Paid tor Dru Bones- p 4'1 1 -" 'Hirer'Ins.-gyp JOG la soo4JaMlt.lJ.. .. .:.:", f.
r joy the first bottle made a decided Im- ,. Card of Tnanlca. ,. ... I "1 ..." "I'e"r'_ ,, \ THY "IT, ,T041AT.' s. f I.

provement. 'I continued their use for We take'thi. ,'method of, extending .> ' ,' /' 1Oe.-" jui n *su .J |V Ir.
--thrte week and ana now a well 'man. our heartfelt. thank to those kind FLORIDA FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING CO .

1\1\ know' they robbed' the- ll1'&ve'ot -an-> tr1ende._110.0 tenderly ministered .- ... I ..-a .g1; '- ,,7;; '
r ;
I.other TlcUm.">, No one.should fall to a* daring! the recent lllnes. and death aAINESVIfcLE' FLORIDA. - .t. .,... '1d orSafodn'KIssimmeTh'oma:; i I' r ,...iI,., . :,. ''i. -',
themOnly 60 .. ::0.
xr' try cents.. Guaranteed, of our little on*. ; 1. .. t' ' 1<- 1I ".
." i.t.Otceo .,Pharmacy.* Mo. AND *$. J. H.:.. UZVATir .r I Q', .. hJr.: }I.
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'::11'. ., .. ;;;V--Ol' 'THE 'COACH.First .
Ir' -
de, Al
I" of Thes Vehicles' Built In 1487. r

4"1 . I As': popular. as''ooaehlnc Is la some
;" \ part of tie country ,ut little reliable h ,

+l Lt Information baa am appeared la the
.. 1f" public press respoUn Its ltis ort
: -
j ,..., "development.. .At. tin town ofKotaInlinngary'la

,. 1457 the first
I"l i' +4gg1Fv +' coach: was construct. ,This ''rat

I soon afterward preswaUd to Charles ,

G kt VU., at"Parla. "Ttis flri! ( authentlo reo, ;

ord of a stage coach In England ;

bows .tfaafslx of' such vehicle were ;

In use there In 1(62. So popular] did #

they, become In that oountry that a rl

l 1 1r 1z few years later they were fn central

use 00..-all the principal road .of the ; ,
-' mt e \ '11
\ "
+1 kln8<1om. -

Steam'railways: have, to a large extent y

done away with the use of the

: coach ua link In ,taa> commercial j

1 but moths of furnishing t
chain; as a
z rt ; tbo highest type of recreation the

+ ja I AN ENCAMPMENT Ole IlUSglAN SOLD1EIIS. I coach au-J-four U as popular today In i
I the Br'ti.h Umpire and France at It of
r, .f Baron de Rosen la notlfloJ to quit To In the meshes of the ni 1erinl. It I I.o I. was when this was practically the only

S klo. very simple proc-eeding then to give. means of locomotion In those coun- a

: CIIRONOLOGICAL Kebmnry 8-Jnpnn declares she will n little thumbscrew on the upper reel tries. h'Stage

. : tnke military nod naval stops to protect a couple of turns, whereupon\ materialand I coaching; In America was almost s

...- : her InterestsJn the I nat; tires/ on captive germs ure lulled up care co-extensive with the settlementof

iJJ y M, ACCOUNT OF THE Port Arthur and the war Is on. fully' and the next talker has a net the colonies; and .In the early hl>

----. tllere of microbe-catching: materULto tory of the country* there "were few

.. ;t ti 4? RUSSO.JAPANLSESITUATION. tang through. If any places of any Importance, that

kkkkcktcfckfdf? >t It Is simple enough; when! you< under. did not welcome the sound of the

J I stand It . coachman's] horn -at one of the case t

i I -- -' 4ncldenU at-pknaerllfe.. .As
The Blue -etnatlng
____ C O FFE E-TE 4TPOT.A .
civilization. pu*bed .Itself westward

ems coat-- the state coach was errer In the lead t
180O-Itussln nnnpxcs rilr Combination; Utensil That Should I
f 1O.K. of iho._ agencies which blazed Its
eat part of MulK'lnirln, tlius securing Considerable Favor.There .
) JMiss M. the port of VladlroHtork.1SS1 pathway. These vehicle, a* well a.
,; Cartlecige gives some helpful -Russia occupies oy>re Mnncliurlnn X exceedingly Interesting used to be a magician who their equlpnenti, were comparativelycrude

Jt animal now exhibition wor'd pour hot or.cqld water out of In their eonitntctloTt.. and unpretentious -
1 on <<
:i\\Ifc.; sptdyice: to young girls., Her letter is but one 1S8.1-Russian torrltory.. colonies established O "A O at the Zoological Park one iad the ","ue'e8Hf'1 at the desireof la their appointments, but

of ;thousands which that is In Mnncliurl/ j( )Ji( New York City. Is the new his' bewildered audience. How be they admirably served the purpose for

prove nothing I891--Cznr Nlf-liolns; III. hence it re- xOSr. lilno ({nil. It-would be hard did It we arc not Informed but It must which they were Intended and laid the

,\\1 script/ for the to imagine i a more fantastic looking foundation for the popularity\ of coach-
sol helpful to girls who just builJlns of lie( trans-Si-/
young .are berlan railroad. animal. It suggests/ to one coining unexpectedly I tag a* a pleasurable pastime developed -

: ? upon It. slid, seeing I It for In later
the ;
arriving at womanhood
; period as 1893-Trenty; I of Rhlmoll h the first .
time a sort of Impossible Coaching parties had been popular

; Lydla; E.: .Pinldiam's Vegetable Compound. between 3prinanr China and Himsln and. compel Japan.France dream <*renture, a cross perhaps between In England and Prance; for several generations

a buffalo and a nightmare./ To before they Introduced
Japan to< withdraw ht clause to
,1'J>Ju.a M-... FtmcnAM:-I cannot. praiaa Lydia II. TMnkam's: poi-tlons of I the I.lontVDR IVnliwula.anil fiR the buffalo belong tint. uerk jiJid the\ II In this oountry yet the sport I ts so ,

,,, 'Yearetaw.le CsmiMMiud too highly for It U t.he'only medicine I ever .Tapnn horns hut the tnll and] the hHI'IIItr-l ] II, wholesome and enjoyable that It cannot
yields <
r> force.
superior )
.'t': .I. felt; mo nests and dizzy at times I could not pursue my studies with .nn lR1"Prl'nll',l lns! ..|". the treaty hitler promising Ix-twem C'hlnn to defend are a deer's.' I leg, but the head resembles I a* popular here aa It Is across
i ." tbe usual interest. Wy, thoughts became sluggish I had headaches, that of no other.. living animal.; Thespecimen tho Atlantic Illustrated Sporting'New
_ Cliliin nKrnliot the world :slaw
backaches and sinking spoils also pains in Lbe back and }lower limbs. : al t tin park: \ rams from :SnctliAfrica I .
: /. In faet" I was rick ail over..Finally c'-jirlnn railway, iiprronifnt perfeclod. v hero the. species. rnn: ;<'" fruni I *

'; '. after many, other remedies had been tried we were ad.YL.1lse&to 1597-11'rmnnp gilt! |,IOR"O SOII| of Orange litter north 10 l Vlt-toriil" =Nynn- ,
got :L ifca. K. Plnkbani's Klou- llou: IJnsslM: Inkes the oppor- I POPPINO THR QUEHTIO' >;
Vegetable ,
< y Compound and I am EII. 'l'ienaermx" to be no .doubt that
'J KrWlpleased to ear that after taking it only two weeks a wonderful change tntilty to.elzc Port Arthur, and 1'ulll'lI.wan. the wild KrotcHqnencs-t. of. the. nppi'iir I I "MU OMglrl. I IIOT a very mte

;*'i* -for the better took plaoa. and in a short time I was in perfect health. I mice of I the gnu U n pro\Niiii of nature I mentous question to put to yon "

&'.., ,felt buoyant, full of life, and found, all work a pastime. I ant indeed IIXXV Hoxer r>-!,rull;' (gives further to protect. the anliniil. When "(to! on. Mr. DSehlelah-l I
,..i <. these remarkable t> -

'i Comparand, for it made a different girl of me. Yours, very truly. grip Manchuria.: nnrrinpes ,go: through; a series' of THE CUF1EK-TUA: ; "A question upon tto answer to

:l :Jim M. GAKTLKDaa 633 Whitehall St., Atlanta Gn;" 1XM-! \ Protests liy .Tnpnn amt other strange i'v..lutli>ns and 1 extraj>nllnarypostures. been" In some such, manner us Isnccompllilicd which depends( my peace of mind." ,

F -. At' men a time the Brat aid to nature i* Lydia E. 11 nk- powers. to Uiisslnn encroaoliineiita on In order tr.> enhance: as! much liy ineunt\ of the new ,cof "Oh thin Is ao--but go on. George j
.. .
Vesrotabae Compound. It the
prepares young svriteni for Chinese' territory. the bMcousncs fee-tea wJilch, 1'ncle Xam has just dear _
Uk* naoeasAry. cliangca and Is the surest and most nil possible oddity IIIH! (pot
for: woaa, a'a ills of every nature. Sirs. Plnkhaui rellablo Invites euro all lfM(>2-Treaty, of nil!hU11' between of their appearance, and 1 to, frighten granted a pafrpj (oil.iuests J "How old Is Ann?"-Houston Tost.Wllllfl .

7OIIJI"WOIDeII who are .Ill to write her for free advice. Address (rent llrltnln and, Japan If signed:: Jan- away Inlrllll"rll.-SdI'III1 ..tulrrlean.:1" ( I may iio\v be served by their ---0.... t

ii'" r; JIIn. J; 'tnhhalq,. :Lynn. Mass.fra uary ;3O. Clilna-KusMnn treaty signed -- ---,- + -"-._ I CONDh7SCENSi0N. 4
f : : Eaters 01 New April 8 for the evacuation of Manchuria Mam.. I
York City, says : tald the rook- mil
'<: '.,IbsXfe Mss PunCBAii : -I writ|to you because I believe all younggirls by Russia!! and declaring (lie !provInce -, ';' :','r" '-: ;. I were colas to give her some I i'yourdrease
+ ewfat to know how much to be nn I Integral I pert of ChinaChinn' n. ,r.-'i' ; I .
good medicine
your will do them. 1 did dr..avnakklstt .'.. *
'4!-:. ; for Fears before .(.... married and if it had not been for Lydia E. commercial treaty with Great Mrs. Sllmsen, Was she plenvedTWillie '
';.. lPlrafclftrn*. V i*, itnflln Cdmpound I do not believe I could Lave stood Hrltnln ,signed,: September r>. ...'' '.,; !. -Delighted. 0he' said sho had 4

ML .uaIa. .Thais no other work that Is such a atraln on the (Titem. Oh, ICKl.'V-! ( RiiKKla fault to keep pledge to .",. ,...., ( .l: same rviatlve.ahe.
v1t poor thought they'dILTown
aMfJraMbaek weed taache from the bending over I I would feel as though211eeeN evacuate Manchuria, and April 23: demands . ,, '.. : ,. .. t
\ Lat. to ,..... oat from the pain and the sitting still made me eo new conditions to the / : Topl ,
rrlMy tired noel ..ieli. and head throbbed like ;; '
1 my an engine. I never could out of the Manchuria "" .
::,. eat after work. was so worn out. Then I was Irregular, and had inch treaty i 21v"'441 W 1VB>ry month they w::r-ld simply double rat up sin. and June Jnpnn and the| United State \ it .
II _14 haw) to Rive np workingand lie down. Bat Lydia E. llnkJtaamlf object to the new conditions( and Rue ).:' : ?? Kate-1 upix>se I Jlarry asked you

'. V .table Compound changed me Into a strong-, well woman. sin begins movements on the Yalir l \ for it; kl aTB

City' Hirer under pretence. of t taVlug up timber X" '' "slo-lie did nothing of the kind.

: : ( l vide
o>reevd.... aDq1Ia.. endorsement. No other medicine baa such July] -Japan protest and, ; .' .did ask; me tor' anuUtor.-UonlonTiun
\\m reejardi of female troubles cured. Sold by pessrsICEfea
everywhere. .
to open the port of) Wlju to-forelsii
jXtefHM mil
awbertltatlons.Xtememberevery: woman Is cordially In-
: ..&ecL1o write to Mrs. Klakbam. If there Is about her trade. Great Britain and the.
; iptoma $be doc not understand. 31 rs. *: address Is United States! concurring In 111**" "Of- aui@ FIT1I nermanentlyenr.d. Nlflhftl'n--
;: .....O".OI maud. Pavloff. Rmslan !Minister to ;. .' Cg, ,.,t.a' ' r n.... after first ""T'. use nl Dr. Klln..'ii Or.At
a y 7RIIO" 'Ut.r If ...watchwill. ' prodnoe. tbe original ] tt.n and tlgaatarai of Korea: makes threats. Il'e".1t, .|"t"r..r.ltn"l: l txittlKKml lr.'
I' .f P aalala. prove abeolute goiiulneous. r.;" ># Dr. It. 11. KI.J)'&, Ltd.. Ml Arch. Ht._. l'lIlI".r.
Kjrdl K. l'lnkh.m it eU. I Co..Lynn. Iota.. AtiRiist!Japan proposps n mrnlns vi. .. '
rendl the 12th, and ncpotlntlons are "?' -,. .J,, '1'...+, The heart nf f n woman can send more f
:" """ \ brui than .h. willing to admit.
opened. Japan presses Rnnnln for fulfillment .. .., >e M
; ;

f f t GARDEN AND POULTRY FENCE of all treaty condition.. J-- .9ItaM" MTrW7Y, 4.'.'i:.;;.7 I"rttroa" +.ini' : t.. ; -, .'".. ,,I Billion: Uollmr Onw uAt5i U'.It..

"I"plpl11hl'r-RulIsa! glees' new pledge Tilt When. we introdnred !),Then. !).>l'erIraaa '
\':; that Now Chwnng: and. MulMlpn! would Bl.UK'. Ci.NU. ( three year ago UttU .4>J! we dreams .
SSiA flip 30 leer Hoi 80 50 Cab be i would be the mast talked al rrra" in
r T' |per Rig, f* IU72ui evacuated October S. but Inter demands )
fi', '" x y yyivy IIYG1ENICTELEPHONE. hostess with cltlicr' coffee or tea out .ntPnect. the a-get. ....... Bar prodnerre
\r.: 4Kn. High .c 40 ten par Rod HIjk: y SO CQ per Jtod grants! for In ml luff place<< and -- of the same ,vpsucl ami the thins l I. _nt., >>eH tbta h.. ..... fc. a.... 1s
military post xtatlons and Japan : Agr. Rditnri wrote abet It. >irr. 0>1-
F. 10 Rods or 115 feet In one roll. No order fete evinces resentment.October A Guaranteed Solution. of the Receher really so simple that a description Is left-ProNe on We ared ....... U. Atr In- ., 1'41
nit-1l;:, Microbe Problem hardly nccoxKiiry after one bus glancedat .(heat. Oralora talked!' ...... it. while! in
for I*** than 10 Rod. This& U not 8 China' .
a cheap nettlag sljrns: eonimerclnltreaties .
the the farm home br the) .awWi.. ....... i1t h.
Illustration.A .
ti aciiimpiiiijlng
:} {y but U& a strong Fence made out of No. 11heavy with Japan and the United "5\n Ingenious young fellow out In enmrc froftrr, m the villas! oMnffirr.. at ,
/;. .A_ ralrtnlied wire reinforced .T.ry jlaohea.: States. California has contrived nlmt be believes vertical partition extends trom ha 1'I'.m..r1!- at the depot in feet whey. r
"1 4' 'at Poultry and Babbit raking P..,.better than" cot will be adopted as the solution the bottom to I the top of the pot separating .T..r firmer. natheml.' ':a1_'. Billion TV,)1I. Il I- +1

;',,4, ,_"Ii' & ton. Head o..k with .r...... far Roll., in.*. October 15 Japan agrees/ to'rP(1A' to the problem' of microbe it liHsenilnutlon It.lulu tuft ooiuiuirtmfiits' #, nize dominant Interests of Raasln In II te 14 I..... per ten and lee tOf put_ +f
tie. tkl .d will of which Is
w. relahl. designed to he
paper prepay of the receiver. occupied by
by telephone
Manchuria hut Keaid. ii alwiya a theme worthy of the
wants Chin
tile cover.etgnty each of the beverage; Each' compartment f......*"'. v..i...,
'<\\o/', ; ANDERSON HARDWARE CO. unimpaired. It also demand In these dafU of uraco, when the 1 114 pruvldi'd with :a shut] these A. Wai ford.W..tlni... Far_. 1'....",(It..:
/ -
) / Y recognition,: of Ja'pane( Influence! In "I kare 90 in .IMr'. Alfalfa norm
.I.t : ATLANTA GEORGIA. lx>lng directly sides
.. . war on illsease' germs Is being wagedwith opposite( Circling -
It I.
Korea Imivrvea. }
M and the opening of Yongamplio I rut thewa ewes thla _-
.1. + ever Increnslng fury iilonx; nil each spout N 1coll of strong SOS anil-have lota of ".Id...."
Hmrt. Sweat, Bllater. ROYAL FOOT ft neutral I
iFEET! THAT"lawtaUsii : Brno *. odors WASH none lines. It. has remained for our Cnllfnrnla wire forming bandies. for lifting the ITUBT SDND! THIS IfOTlrB Atm 100. m "3.4 '
; of f st,armplu. flto. KMPII the feet oooT If on both sides of the Yahi.. Hirer.October ( .
friend l to to the front with tin pot and I the rmttenta.Tlnte.l STAMPS ,
pet at st-p
reed 2te<<1 to EATOK Pnuo Co. :
" ATLMITA. QA., aRenrrupntlon of :Mukdenby -- ---------- ----- V the .Tnhn A. Salver !Wd' O La Crow
} .t'fr!? pte.tpsd.teapl. /wtp.W, for So Oni- apparatus wblch( lie i-onlMeiitly. deflates .
1." __. --C'_ tamp. application |' Iti merit. Russia Is r..porll'l.f)1'l"mhl'l".Tl1pa !41..rl.'le. Vt r ItAauly."Tinted WI... and reeeire. their big F.t.,IOf and late j
11..1'. Dirt open! the will aid n suffering public to ; peclm-leB I said/ an optician of farm seed. ..mplrs l fre. r iA.O.L.1Within ]
: A PARDONABLE MISTAKE.EftIeSIlI.1 loth avoid all danger of contagloux dlxe \ ELECTRIC nod
FLUID. the fJovernrnent: Isi censured < |>lnjH a sign advertising a diamonda worth 827 SOO-
re Doll don't eat for the may, or limy not be triiiHnltable: that lie, inaUcH year
Inadequacy of Its ensures.. : u specialty of thplU."url' floe have came throuth the New York
_ psr, 4 , _.nrl.aral4ila.II. .. December' Ij-RII..lo makes reply to'npnll's through the use cf the! I telephone.The [ !! mainly for wtfiuen who d''iniind Custom no"...

' '_ ''............aU......sad pal.: BWUe--Dou't eb1 Well that old note hut It excludes,," Jnpnn nl- picture show the principle of that their beautyus well a* their H....
7 ,;.]IIotJaIa1r Ub.ti I . bottles the nffiiir clearly., A roll of TTIiulow'aRoothlngBrniBforAMldreitt
F' .._......r.. WI.Try Aii year one of youn that I cut open was together from the :Manrlmrlnn ques very specially sight shill be considered. A light ...thlDii, oft*n tba irnina.radaeaa. Inflammation
r. at.sMw.s isl or ....d to stuffed full bf breakfast food.-\ otins.. prepared material Is uttucliod\ gray or a pale blue looks very weak allays paln.u rcawtud ooata.Ste..botn.
', w. c). Huen..n" ..'.nta, to a reel directly below the month of
.w..: .t"\: : .._ ..... ....... wus4i big p117..ail. man's Home Companion. December 21-Rnsnln! Is asked! ( to reconsider the telephone receiver. The mnterliil 'a nil l inmltractlve through. ordinary An authority r>.U the total annual ..s." /
eyeglrtHKe MIUM of pnated forma of .
r Its reply. ly Hllglitly tinting thalens ) advertising< at
r Is drawn over the receiver mill fastened ) 1800,000,000. '
December _Kmerjretioy ordinance we can add very much to the v
DOUGLAS IT COSTS to n seeojid.reel :above.
:J .. L. ONE CEN1STUART'SGIN Is Issued In .In' -inn.: ,irlvln;; the Gavern- A person seine the 'phone talks color of the pupil of the eye and to 1.,_ Ple... Yee> 10.. .!

: '3IIIM,& 'SHOES = Writ* tin a pnetM r..M. tnr,.. rm, campl'*" of mint uullmlteil credit the gem-nil uttrtu-llvenexs o' the fucc. This ia a raiuaxkable-affar' u.. John AJ : ,

..e . '.pdg L., AND BUCHU. Decon-her :S!>Illgli,: court of war Is!! The tinting does not nt all interfere BalaoS* 4 .-.- Vfw., ", .k* ;,;

h F net M* IJT iiMrfullywnri.r. BA.rt shiner It .to all flood! dl ler.Kl
-'sb.p.e.etleave ..,1. PulIdlr.etlnnI & trill io all that w...1"lm for.M.It. Admiral Togo Is ->ut In "" .mmmiind. the glass. In fact suave. oculists send''rlpllons te catalog tageta with eat agk aced
aW grow
a .... aR '' 1M. y.pcr. Adds with.,. STUART finrnplA .DftUO"nt. Mtfntl M'K'U.-D fleet; he captured Ure Taku forte In ,for. tinted ,.glasses maintaining 1.000 One solid Cab........

r : ==.: ,on. rlilrall 8.. ..&. ATI.ANVA. <)A inoo.1IXVJ. that fur blue or gray eyes they 1,000 d.hci fv .
.! ... .. .. --January n Jnnnti lire fur superior. to the 1JOOO Baaanin) nuiry Celery.
.,..... ... WANTED-In r.oU..'ial.. ,a. 1 U mnn ben II sends final ordinary crystal 1,000 rich, battery Iwl aee.. F
- ,- )large; sloe lobnccoi I ixirmanet t poeltlout note to RusKla. Intimating.. that. he- demands glasses.1 Illiu- ..
'ftq... .. .." ...... Ceotral 'J'obunco. Work Co., I>nl.,ki>, Va. must be ucceOeil to or vhr will 1f. ,.., :' light thnu brown eyes, to thut any 1XWO( rare ls.s ono M4iahee. '

result.Jnininry. : tempering of the nun's ray I U sure to .!KpOO ibis florioiMly brilliant Flew..'..
. "-1MIr: 8-Review of be boueilripl-\eu-( great offer ia mad to ereltr to ln. ,
h ......ll The Genat TOWER troop I.l hell" Times. elooe you to fry their wmraafrrd wmle'
ct Tdklu and greet fiilbusljmm Is -'----- for wb.ti von one* plant" ii,..* you will
"" "'A.. t. POMMELSLICKER. shown. N.w>r.Pr Title. grow no others and f+
:r..k t atae / The niultljillc-liy I of ALL row .11'1' 1110
J.Hl11l1rynll""II1; has .
a / : ilel ys
answer q- not given Hue; to mummy new titles. prerMing_yon will return. tWa DO tic*, and
and ,, The
..... ..wwo.d.a .. (I j J' Japan lows impel IpnN-. a old names l! Twill fend' them :20a. ,ia >o rtaf.
arc used they
p- &. L.a.r yN y.'d.ocM--. HA3 CUM ABVmiUO Jmiiinry :;Minister Knrlno makes over and over will add to the above packere/nT. | I he fav ,
wed --II.IIW.'less 1 inquiries/ at St. again. There are seven lIew"loper moos B.rli..aT CenlAower; ,, rr\I. r.
SOLD rod A Petnxburg
li w..........IInd.;.. ..JI_ aa to when tlil !a eucli of
which bus
QQARrlI OIl A a reply to over IOU ad.
Japnu'i lost
< Then
III : note may be are 190, 37 proftafcinal
herents In baggara In
un ALL .- expected. the United Kingdom. Advertiser Sj>ain. Begging i is reaogniaad .
: ee a legitkaate i
twsr W"I{, 'W t. ,' .y1IWAIIQOOf February 3-Russia's reply Is sent to newspapers la the of that favorite; there are 100 buam-_. .\ .
A Toklo buf proved Times ::J
'.-.r .iJarW.TndJ, tR QOTBHICLr unsatisfactory.( ,/A come next with 150; News aeunroPlto'iCnro fcrCotwomptlon
February 0 Baron ; .thro' .. ..-
; vi cle 1 Rosen, Russian saMM years .-M...-T.r>.*. Ko_'
; Gazette with 128 .
.. .......'""cwWI. >If t eaMWr r IUuMc" 1M htsakesg Minister Is notified< ; at Tokto ; Chronicle with 120; Mapto> Bt., ltorwsh> .la.f.,Fob.17 1VOO.Dtttov
....,... .1ft Mack er j w.. that ISM. MIOBOBB KLIMIUATOR. Herald] with 110 and< Journal with ?< 1 t
41.11....'trll;Ci.... f. ........ Japan Intends to sever diplomatic re 10.&. The Expresses::: Guardians, > nedleioe like bitter axparianp .
/ Tcn .. lations with Russia. through the material Into the receiver Observers matter and U a ally the best.! 1i" k

.... ,tEi:: j 4'' S "CiN-- 1 MayO OF THE DU FISH. February Envoy, Minister di-wands lj|Kurlno* passports Japanese at and when,"'any be germ has which finished Ills conversation There are forty-eight over Standard fifty each.and FADtLa.s: JJ1'-; pest;; h"J) t, .t IPUTSAM '

/ may! litre) only/ thlrtj-clsLit per r-bp. ,
-- I St. Petersburg; and reeelrea them Tel'IT.lih.-! Xx> __ > >' ,
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-f- find Cklraei lit tveV'IL confronted. k wilY U I-CWfR. .: FROM. BLAST .FURNACES.- : . $'
conviction that. ws nave been the cause of c. t7uilatls Has Hlv.s (Irm ...... FOLKS AT

A'- '. C our own sufferiajc. A- man who attempted petaa ..0_Hsg1.... ,
to steel wheat from an elevator brought "'
AM .ELOQUENT:; 'DISCOURSE BY THE town( an avelswcbe of tha ..staff of life Probably: tt.ct greatest lojpe'tua baa : BAfk

REV.,.. ,"C,. U..PALMER.. j A timerrg which smothered deertrhidht"loaw-"and him W'd..tb.brought He npoa\had. been blast. given furnace to the gas:large utlllMtlouv gnu eufWsby',' It /was: Never W tllill" Perm. ; 'ia. ;the KN eefor

only la 18X! tbnt the writer thad the
:e.w... ,.. Illcht...* SmnVt.d Some .f- lif.'. adversities are brought testtoC-tbe f '
'' Ibo ] upon us by.others. TIM social fabric .iaa Bret public 11d Independent I p
Pree.-- closely wovsa that even ono thread can. Drat gas engine ever worked lath blast
i ss Cease 'Up.*, BisPeople. not be broken without weakening the furnace cas.. Slnce-that time the tee CatarrhalDiseases.AIr'1.i11'w _
s a> Ctuaraets Vest. whole. So-we suffer for the deeds of others. '
!bu become ,
of'II1t'11 In engines
:+ 'KtltasTOW. K, Y.-In *th"* Reformed A'bank official\ absoonnda with the COB au i
Chorea of tbe Comforter oil Sunday morn- funds of the institution-sd assay, lose comparatively commoiu More .
lag, the Rev. C. !? Palmer vreached a all they possess.. On partner frauds another bas been done upon the continent .f /

'cholarly discourse entitled"Why} the and throws Win. into bankruptcy.The ..-- Europe than la' Great Brltalu, but .

Righteous Buffer and the Ungodly: Prosper I President :is'.. .m..ted. his family much more would bare been .done. kad .
." Ha took his text; from Psalm 73: 3; broken-hearted and the nation and world' '
For I was envious at; the .arrogant whorl ia mourning. An intoxicated father da not the continental engineers -cot bold .

.X saw the prosperity ef the wicked.: .troy* the fife of his child! and' the fan-,* ot the curious and erroneous Idea that ..

The Savent7-tbrd Psalm was probably ,, fly.. never -recover from the shock. blast. furnace gag could- be used In the ... . ,
.cum po.eel by Asapa, who WM a pious! Jew" : Unquestionably God permit ..fttetoneto engine with nil Its load of grit and o r
,end oae of the Ladenof the temple com upon its people. Adversity gut .
c..._. The phraseology: and? content inlicsU required as well ... pro.perUyIf it .were dust without cieanslng; Tbonglr pros I 1 ;:

r and that in the __rae' of his relunou ex.t..rienco' -* to the latter and forget th. no British engineer has proposed such : = ..
was exposed to' the ravages of source from which L.ll blessings come '
leubt. However, upon mature deliberation \ I Prosperity is a more severe and refined a follyroa this. and tbe British cleans- -

all .doubt 'was overcome, and ... brume test of character than1 adversity", as oa.. lug method of: Thwalte. the originator
strong in the fsith. hour of annvmer smnsnine produces greater at the whole system bay now received ll ha--- '
The particular problem tbat confused corruption than tb. longest winters day. anlrersal recognition as all '"Mntlal Scall
lira was why the righteous suffer and the India with her famine i* troro to be envied
ungodly prosper. Why the most vicious than ancient Horn with her fatal part of the utilisation' of his earn. to; .

, -criminal.should enjoy material prosperity apoplexy of wealth. :Better grace with If the gas furnace were used to Us 1Uti :t' ,'''

end consecrated disciples, be subjected t.suffering. scarcity than plenty without raring salt. full capacity It would provide power' I .5

If God ia perfectly righteous in We believe that Clod sometimes sends la immense quantities, and this could 1 .' andEczwna
Hinuelf. and supremely jOlt ia all Uilealin affliction ta bring IIi. children back to 4
< with m.n. why does He allow the Himself.: He takes away the idol ot some be electrically ,transmitted by high- p ? .
u.Dodl.0 succeed and "the believer tfsiir heart that He may" be the only object of tension line to centres of large Indus* \ S 4uiQslaulIY ( "

r Why does lie not obliterate every adoration. He sweeps sway" nouns and try or population. 'Transinlslon Can '
and saint Why land to teach le that th.y.are
preserve every '
,'do.. He permit the godly to pass through: dependent on Him. One has excruciating be effected only electrically: : ; hence tbe k .
eo many deep and racing seas of affliction pain to teach him the frality of the demand which U growing tip for large I

Why are many of the Christies* body and the certainty of its ultimate dis gas engines that will .run steadily I'
from human misery These are questions I solution. Spurgeon need te say that many" enough to drlvo alternating current I .

-.lIar.tIoar&D4Lb..on11 which have been fresh in the satisfactory mind of every en- are they like are boy.whipped'- ofla. they only spin when machines..Willie . CollY Dill '1u

ewer i* the one that sufficed the paalnuat." Thenit -a-f unions' fairytalein -Bra. the .blast..furnace has done .A .naaLA DXRS. J0.. ATXXHSOV mDZPE Exo E. MOUNDZR .
Before undertaking to develop so important wardine that will convey to our minds the slid will do, so much for 'th.-1 Urge i gas' u l ,

a subject it is necessary that we diwest interpretation that we ought to apply to engine, It may be pointed out flint itaa dat..1-January 10. ISM. Dr. Atkinson says, after five years' experience- .
our minds of one possible misconception the sublime doctrine of proyide e. A- recMlvecllh.following letter: with. I'eruna
the is not certain hermit resolved that he would power plant have probably:: failed In "
The implication of text )lr'wife had been suffering iron a complication "I wad ever _tf-e.
that all the wicked prosper, and that all travel from place: to place until he found the past because of the difficulty with of disease for the Met K yen speakaooittovrdOTTVrwwa a

? the righteous: are aft1 eted. It ia not that some one who could otter s sstisfsctory premature explosions due to 'gas too lira cue bad baffled the skill of some Im sap --.da. 1
ell the ungodly. prosper,.because acted explanation of the government of God. As In Blast fnriiace of the most I noted physicians One of bee. a*.a IraveKnff iron I exn a 'walking i.t'8 i.
ungodly, or that-all believer .r,, he was passing long on his contemplated rich' livdrogen. guts wont troubles wee shronio constipation. oi ad er tsew*.nt far JVwna and hmv. I
became' they are believers. It is i not true journey an anAl in the form of a man b. been-called miserable >tuff. because several yeas*' standing. induced inanyipeopU :

that all the worldly. enjoy suooeas, and all joined him. The first night; they lodgedat It will hardly burn at atmospheric "8be also wee passing through that mat > dartspthspsaipoor ..
the righteous are discontented unhappy the house of a very holy man and they pressure In tbe cold vicinity of eritieal period in the life* of a woman.- to*tl eruna-MXtA!*. most swt.Ufeetry -
end unsuccessful. The psalmist was in a pent their time in praiiing God and conversing boiler change. of lit*. In June, 1805. I wrote to _uile.. I am. sttU cured '.
pessimistic mood at the time of writing, < upon divine things. the morn steam plates And Mr. TonaWcstgarth you about bet ...*.. You edvissd a coarse o/cafarrn. John O, Atkinson,,
condition from which be when then slates that when burned }>.......
nd-describe* a they departed angel took of and Hanalu., which we at once Boat 879 Jfo.
was eventually extricated. It is true that with him a cup of .solid old. The second under boilers It will, not produce awre commenced, and have te say it completelycured Independency .*<
smme godless men and women! seem to be earo.0 the born. of another than cue-fourth the that It WMIdive her. She firmly believe that she When old age comes oa eat rTha1.'del'
happy and'prosperoua and that some devoted religious man by" whom they were meet power would have twea died only. tor these wonderful eases come also. Systemic catanh'la, almost .
disciples srs greatly afiticted. But hospitably f entertained. In the home they. when used in gas engines. More remedJHT"About universal in old people. ,;+,. '
it is far from ths natural deduction of had an infant upon whom theirGelered. -.lfectl_ favorable estimates give the ratio at tbs'lame time I wrote,.you about This explains why, Perunat hsaj become ss

Scripture and experience that all the godly When they left .pa next morning even n sixth. In any ease, lie difference my own case of catarrh which had been of indispenaable to old peopiePerana' : is
are unsuccessful and the wicked prosper- the angel destroyed the life of the 25 years' standing. At tines 1 was almoet their saferuard. Pernna is-the 6nly remedy .
oust, though we do acknowledge that the child.. The third night they. were entertained ls so great that the gas eucTae put going. I commenced to use Peruna .yet devised that\ ; meets these cases exactly. I ; ,
ncie-nt, .sentiment of the text la not .,..tb. in a home of great Health; When must inevitably be the future user of aeaoramg to your instruction end continued 9 ;

out it. modern application. We dill wonder they left the following morning the angel: blast furnace BBS.-AVllliaui II.. llaotli, its uae for about a year, and it baa Such eases cannot be, treated local!,;
why the unrighteous' : prosper, and the killed the favorite iteward. The lat lii Cavler's Magazine.VcatPocket: completely cured me. : nothing but' e.a effectlve systemia remedy And gentICDolntln..h
godly! are afflicted. night wa at the home of a godless man. "FourrwsnmUes ". alt that you, could cure them. This .. exactly: what Pe.
whom he runs is. with cirri CUR A *;.
to the of gold the
I. WIlY THE UNGODLY EN.TOY TEM gave cup as claim fttr ,them and even store Catarrh .. ; .
angel: left. After the fourth night the If you" do.Dot receive prompt and fUft* ...
PORAL PROSPERITY. hermit asked the angel to explain why be Time Table.. cannot xist where Persesea te tory results from the use of Peru!!.. writeat ..OINTMENT: : purest .

We cannot deny that many worldly people had taken the cup and )given it to another .''''f! are constantly eteivijig requests taken tHtoorittnff to directions 8tUIe one to Dr. Hartman civinl.1tW statement .

have an abundance of Jife's bleuing, why he bad taken two live. He repli.d.w.lI I for list of trains for vest- to yoM and your rwtnedtee." of your ease and he will be pleased to ndSwcetcstd
and that they appear to be quite free from now explain., The first man was being a give you his valuable advice! gratis. untuattaaaand '
adversity. It !. well known that many of ruined by has cup so I took it away. The pocket time loa I>lrs," raid u mini connected John O. Atkinson,. Address Dr. N rtnan. President 01.The ol .
our molt wealthy people seem to be indifferent second home ",'a. more concerned in regard with one of the trunk Hue raMroaila. In a letter dated January 1, 1000. Mr. Hartman$aniUrium, Columbus, 0.. greatest i1hicures.

to religion. 1'hey spend their time. to the chiRI than in the service. of G..... I "This winter we have bens .
and means either in buameis or seeking: The steward wa alain to preserve the "Aren't :you afraid that a great many It means' fn but rdid'a...
Our sontention 'that human nuked for twice ns ninny nn were What relief from the pain and taeoavVMkienee
pleasure. is life of his master whom he was plotting to people will criticise you for becoming a.
success or failure is not an infallible criterion destroy. The golden cup wee given to the culled for n year: ngo. Proprietors of rich "Tin" answered Senator Sorg of. -of the eye when refreshing slap .ford talr-Q.4'4'turcd ;
by which we are to justify or condemn ungodly man because his only I comfort was restnurnnts. unloonn, hotels god even t
tbe of God. hum. "But the cbauces are that If ;t;
government to be had hrre. Or in other and inspired tradesmen near the rnlHvujr sliitkms' disfigluod 4tih'
U is not uncommon for godless. people to jyonU: "All thing work together for I had stayed poor'they wouldn't have -fCHEL ,. ,,2
inherit property. Nor i* it unusual for unbelieving good." oil our suburban Hups sceui t. bare .... '
1 noticed me, eyeD that much.Wnibtngtoa and'burnino batiks and
parents to leave an inheritanceto All ostensible prosperity i.*ot true pros. taken a notion oil at once to Rive their ; ,
their cblld..... That while there I,... perity.. The prosperity of the world is customers vent-pocket tluie't bles of Star.. for fretted'mothCrs ;:
tired '
been utter indifference to Christianitythere : greatly overestimated. Some godless men .
tbe trains to and front their pnrtlcurar How* Till at
of in
has been
no want concern succeed in certain p.rt'c.'ul.r.lltt' they
of wealth. And many penaval have not that which ia worth more than town. Instead of giving away calendars. We offer One Hundred Dollars Iteward for when all 'stetfa1Ls. ..
disinterested temperament that protect the tradesman In N. J. any earn ot Catarrh that oannot be eared byHall's ,
a treasures of .:IO'pt. They are poor A Uauway ,

them from needle care and anxiety. apsr lually. They cannot purchase: at the for Instanc. will ask 'u. only for trains Catarrh f. J.Cure Cum A Co.. Toledo,O. 'S L ., c. ,, -

Unbclievera are often more shrewd thanChrsetran. market the one great need of the soul He known P. J.Cheney . .. I), ,
"A'bIot children of this worldlire }bat stop at Knliway. cures nothing W.. tbe undersigned, bare
The advcrmty of the righteous) i. also -.. ....., '
for toe.last IS yeah,and believe him baA teen properly amlled I Toasperluee mewls .
the children about the other trains I tertj
their than
in generation Icnvlng .
over Cp5s-"
overestimated. They do suffer they expect : anch relict suHerara ... a. psi .td
found (
honorable In all business trannao- .v. t womb
perfectly _. .
of light. 'A life of utter absorption to suffer and are Trilling to suffer. if City that do not stop there. ffc It ions ad. financially able to carry out any a hand red times its alight eoau _...i hr1.-r:.::V.h 1r .. .
in the accurpulation and management ofmoney such suffering will contribute toward ;justi lu with other towns. The vest.pocket obligations made by their firm. CURES ALL EYE AFFECTIONS. La-r.r.y.y. a_......a.r r..11 'J
develops an acumen one who readily fication. But it is better to he ;in moderate ar t.l M 3w spin .q
WEST A TaoAX. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo .
time tables bound In cardboard
are neatly .
discovers whatever will contribute to circumstances and be in the kingdom than O, ; .
ISis personal ..nd'tempor&J advancement.And to-.roi'l in wealth and be outside of it. It covers, with a Hat of postal WALDHIO, Kmsi At HABV... Wholesale. ;
since we are free moral. agents it ispotable ii better to be in the kingdom with pain rates usually Included, and the name ''DnunrUts, Toledo; O. CottonGin' :

for one to succeed in the direction than out oft without, and business of the donor printed on Ball's Catarrh Ogre taken Internally",acting Corn '
of his ambition. There ia only one just conclusion It directly upon the blood and m'dOOUl.ur.
'Unbelievers are often less ..erupubus.They : is that the government of Gqd is per the cover. We always comply with requests faces of the system. Testimonials sent free. '

will do many things for temporal fectly] just and that we are safe in its for such 'Information.' A clerk Fries 75o. per bottle.' Sold by J1 Druggists. must have A sufficient sapply of Ma chin:: ,: .e.z; ;;y
comfort that others will not A godless keeping. A child one said I know that who knows the trains can compile It Take Hall's Family Fills for joustlpatlon ,
mortal will keep a saloon or a gambling:! the criminal will obtain justice because .
den, from which the profits are very large. my father Is the judge We' know tnat In a.very few minutes Every: one STOCK. h
II* will desecrate the Sabbath or violate we shall have prosperity and adversity. tent advertisement for therallroadu..eaeblye'do'n&tlrnve't0 Potashin
any of the divine laws without..hesitation We know tliaf we "shallhave*justice--* ''ltl" ,j)Ilsa _\l1)'aett-1 believe they 'come

&o long s* bit personal interest i* encour.sgid. cause our heavenly .ather is''the Judge. -away so many time tables .f our own it good old New England stock.
Hi motto i* "eat, drink nod bemerry Mr. Ticker-YesT' Common' or preferred to develop into a crop.
for tomorrow we die." Would at the ticket wlndoWII.-S.; Verk
Peril of the Tonetie."Not .
reborn soul and heir of the kingdom: do that whlcb'ententh Press. ?-Puck.MUlIoM. No amount of PhosphoricAcid
into the mouth
the A true discnple of the Great '-
: defileth the man; but that which proceedeth or Nitrogen can compensate .
Teacher would not consciously transjrrcM out of the !. Out*.
any civil or religious requirement, even if ." It make.mouth a vital and d-ftleth an eternal the'man. Survivals of Border Spirit ffolzer'sT' ..... National Oats yielded in ., for a lack of potash in
by such a violation ha would mcreaa his 18U3 in liich. 249( bu. in Ma.. 255 bu. in
difference to us how we express ounel"... Talking of tbe visit of tbe royaltiesto ; ;
means sad comfort. N. D. 310 bu. and in 30 ether State fertilisers [for
A man is in greater danger of aelf-deatruc- Irom .
I>rUlI1l11 nrlg. It be recalled that
unbeliever i i. may
The attention of more 150 to 300 bu. acre. Mow this Oat if
tion by than per .tJ
speaking by Formerly
concentrated on the accumulation of I French words when tbe last century was bet generally frown in 1004 will add millions grain and all ,t' : ,

wealth\ and on personal comfort. .It i* by many the Germans, but were now the common Emperor'sinfluence ue through the then Duke and Dsctrtva of bushels to the yield and million of dollars other crops]. PRATT: MUriGELWINSHIP.
think think .boutman..y
of. .
about all They
many to the farmer purs Try it for 1904.
toward the substitution of of Ltuccleucb had tried to revive eM
1 V :
when they retire. They dream German term for the Frc.ncltb. Largest Seed Potato and Alfalfa. Claver:>> .
about it at nle)w. It la upon their mmda being, that"as the idea border games, but they bad to be grower in America. IA.I'.L Miley. w. fc.n u cia CAGLC. Slr.ri'iI.
people speak
'when awake in the and they so theywill The old border broke gaiter' Beardless: HomeBuilder .
they morning{ become. This is stopped. rivalry Spelt le *M>d tn. to say _
supposed to beget a We avak. tke mac ........ laM se "
labor for it daring the day. It ia the only and solid: out dangerously, and Scott and Petay Corn Macaroni Wheat, Pea-Oat. r-ew1Itl1eboalt "
desire they have, and it U not strange!! that higher more patriotic or nat''oaalspiritas Billion Dollar Crass and Earliest Canes t.aosta ill the weds. ....mac' .' ; r,
other things itmust. Tbe rhichcadalnh valuable j1' ,1.
they should obtain it. being equal, retainers took U serious ftgh tin!;. are money maker fur you, Mr. Farmer. L
Christians are unwilling to deprive them the bottom principle perceive enunciated this by truth Jesus in Duchess said that one of tbelr retainers >JUST SBTND THIS MOTION' : AnD IOC.:: l.for..dD'abDa& ENGINES:"nnd BOILERS;
roil cello
selves of tbe eomfort' and blessing: of givlag. and tliua_apply it. But in our individual! asked whether be and his men in stamp to John A. Salaer Seed Co.. LaCrosse .LINTERS for OIL MILLS.,' '

Our churches are supported the livesv* often forget to act on it. It might not pull some small Encl( b I Wia., and receive in return their GERMAN KALI WORKS n.
protested followers of Chnst. All the phi- I harms to think big catalog and lot of farm seed aample ,** eeU evwythtoglo .'MM _t. Chas tll..
u* evil; it harm us even border town down to avenge an I InuSif.Inary hew nor.. -* ; a
and charitable
ti lanthropia arc to what-we ads.t..u.-et. a.limoSS4. '
more think. It for this (
largely sustained by those who bear the reason that say silence is so often But slight to the Scots! Perhaps this I Great Britain uses up nearly eight ton Write > CMs.ledr. to:.

9 Christian name. The church has great reason it I.1 also on the same general principlethat Is an extreme form of the old bordpr of cardboard yearly. in the form of postal .

to .thank toward God her for support those ,,,'holin while\: the maliberally word-If it i* worth"Vbile to speak a pleasant spirit,' but it Is lucb a traditional feelIng card. Continental Gin Co.,''t.

.world in either hoarding or wasting its School Times.we can do no more.-.Sunday- that gives life to a nntk u. The EIGHT YEARS OF TORTURE.No "

rneann, they arc applying their gifts to the borderer.. are a brave outspoken independent Biliousness Btrmlngham. Alai;
i social, intellectual moral and eteraal improvement How to list Warm. race. They think and act differing more keen than kidney h. .'
of other
) With and fleeTsIon. . Sick make bid
IN- kidney
energy They suffering. o"Jk'
The long I suffering of God is not to be Warmth is a sign of life. That it is alsoa ?
1 3 61'ed. God permits Ulllloclly' people to very desirable part of our comfort i* Move in themselves, rely upon their, blood; eII'Jll weak, stiff and aching "1 kor used Tour _hl..1. CaMaraki Sad gad MAt SBYt'4.X' : .' :

obtain the dears of their henrU Tb. realized by many a one who reluctantly own rcBoprcei, and where the struggle backs; cause blind sick and dIzz1 th. .m p.rf.e.. Comlim't to wlvbo >h... I b... ,
sneering jest of EKonytius. tho younger, a loaves' a warm bed, and ihiveringly meet IB oioBt severe they almost Jnvnr jjlv! headaches, lack of appetite nod Iou of u.>on now. "..0.plo..l. ior .lr ipaios.>.*.. and lueonn4 blfc.- I 41| Sooth F njtSUitlMt Gja,'
grant of SiC'j.J.' when, after having robbed the ,,'llIt r'&cold. indoor or out, these win .. tltm 10 .v'ryoB.. 0... trl4. ro. will .. .. .a aIPna'ubie ai
of had.a (five o good account ()f tlijiusePFeB. sleep; keep you all tired out and spoil as T.r k* .Uku.t U> .' I ;.
.Sh Te-nple: "'yncu.c.l.e prosperour > ter momlni.. Jf is r HuS.: .
{ \\bcre !a open,.fir. or .ilbaay. ,..Y. ..
. voyage with the plunder U well known. a heater near by it a. great ternplalion Their, contrljjutlocs; In po: /\ crn tjmej! 1 dlfSt'a linn. I swatA. '

See you not, aid he, to those who were to try. to get warm by taking in all the to tEc social and Intellectual: life of To haft perfect health yon most\ cure J.. 'iJ...
TUb him, how the favor the sarriieejjvt : heat we can get from such a- source. HutVie couslderabh For ,,
\ ttiQ nation have1 eeu Read how was
< rcRptl } \ the kidneys. one man .
? Tlie nter TM Dowels'c
o.t tlje Jnc' ?rJvTs I have Utrrisd a better wiy. Tnty I' ;
from the standpoint of a UeatLen.:1y .f.aUJI beat from other source and make it and of a high quality. Jjt agriculture | cured: liy Doan Kidney Pills after ,I

: _*.. Doubter permitted him to escape. for tJsem. I"eJ.! By brisk exercise of their In commerce. In stateBmancblp: In warfare eight years of torture.

4d ] the ungodly are allowed to o'iUodiea., by the healthy shock of a and In many oilier departments, Henry Soule. 0(.pun. I'j
prosper 'law.order to test and prove the told: sponge \ energetic walk" before they have rendered Ht Ilainmonds- ,
b'lIJI : Important scrvIdes ney sove.ttwano .
; righteous. i* a test for the faithful but taking the and out .j i
unfortunate to as* son godless mortal warmth, and the cold: pake demon is give routed. .-Creenock.Mr. port l'\. Y.. says: "For sad ...u.-..,. .I{+b s

I carried on the sea ef proapenty. But it i* And this is the better way in all) spharei. eight years I suffered 1'

a test that w. are abundantly. able: to '''.- Created warmth is better than borrowed constant agony from ..... oil! Engines;'. Solders. ;:

srkK tain. Socrates, being asked what would lib warmth, tour: own smile of greeting to Vsnilerbllt's< Cam. kidney complaint. I rt_.... P.i.w.l., ._a Ta;;:*been e-.
vexatious to good men replied the prns- another will bring more warmth into your X ..r lilek... "'..ton K Qrfpo.U* a.M.. S 'W'Mills', Sf;j..
perity of the bad. What ...would vex the life than you can get by depending: on an Much has been beard of Mr. Ceorgt endured the worst torture c:.:I.. .::ria Tb. ...!.r. tobl.> b pUmMOT k.aterllnsj So"rl :
esn or foee
bad? the prosperity of the good. It i i. other's. Your ... W. Vanderbllt's at Bill- from gravel and mossy '
own loving .ord. your own game preserve KeneBy Co.,ChUaO or".T.' .*. AND ALL KINDS OF HACBINEH ::
not and cannot: be 'made to appear incompatible unRcitffcli:" act brisk ,, ,.
} unhesitating, with more N. C., and of tbe means taken the kidney secretlonawcreexccsslve .
, with" the perfection of Gad's perhaps its healthy shock a* of a cold I ANNUAL SALE. TEM MILUOU BOXES o-.wa.... -riWfa *< pr. ': ,
; to Increase the original stock of and fcon- '
r that the should game
government ungodly hav.a fns.ans.-f.
sponge will set your spiritual circulation: t 1. .. .1JlJlZDur. < -
.:j measure of m.teTiall'rtNperity. to tingling in a way that will warm you and flsb In tbo territory.: During the tamed sediment like_ l ) la.w f/aar y.L..rnaPrtsa w.... T.ns

t'' II, WHY THE RIGHTEOUS HAVE ADVERSITY to the core. Try it some cold day.A eight years the preserve has been established brick: dust .1 hot to sItvmills -

o ", trout and deer, Irate been a get out of bed from ten Write .. for CAtaUoftie.befora .. .,prkrjtetGe ,

J'la h::: Harigg admitted that the ungodly often Lovable U"'UIJ' liberated, the quail and the wild far- I to twenty times a night : . buJ'Jas. ,.,;

' ', enjoy temporal prosperity, it remains to- People' would try harder for trnitwortti- keys have teen fed salt licks have I and, the I loss of :>leap. The caw Dileeeh 11I11 with a..k....p,.t cat.,4ue Variable feet.1eIIo",Loo. Ass l' -:..".' ,

;,,," '.acknowledge that the rig iteou. are irsquently flea it they knew. bow lovable a quality it been maintained to attract the deer wore cue out Indigestion sisee. sad prices: to_It. Jp. eh ..tawM}CUI.. t
i' ? subjected to tbe greatest sufferingof is. When you know canrely" BdrtMS TfiniMM. Can anoabiMlnayWater
you .rkaavnj
v;. body and mind, tad if possible to one that whatever they undertake uponany to Hundreds of. traps owe' ben kept at came, pn" and; tike \distress fatter W> s4a, Lath.Mill."Wood 'Sews SIAWMILLS.-
.' ", ascertain the, cause. Not all are greatly do wiU \be done that you can really work In- the woods for the destruction eating was terrible Dean's' Kidney: Our kaauiaom sew_ Cmtalo* will intnwrt ye*.

affected, though it if very likely that; every a share 01 year load to them passover : of wildcats mink ;coon and other nils edected.a com let. and Jastnf. D.ta.sti lalll i. Osv.,\..,* ij+ Aaata, ,s; with Race's Vnlvenal I siBsajawJIwear.
heart sustain some burden. cannot help liking them. On the other have ...lm. _Sal.Worlrss>*a1ta>S) ;Y
t' vermin; forest rangers patrolled and after the of kidney -
Even, our limited knowledge .f the .hand it does) not matter how amiable men cure symptoms 1 CURED.Qilek. osllefor Variable.... waste.. ttera
Scriptures and imperfect religions caper be ii they: are forgetful if they art nn- the tract; and In all these ways the trowel jref.f gore tPJ statnf ctt *>* Gives lasaa.Oraaafaes.riMd.eortptlva.Ireul.ewy.aeaaaaredby. saarruotTT.

iences.enable ns to understand why belieSr. .- punctual, if tney: habitually neglect they covers aDd "wateu have been well gas to work as it should. This lasting Jqp ITT LCD

ire often afflicted. It seems as U some become sources of r.uch annoyance that stocked All this bas naturally give cure. especially In a person otjmj Mtypnrresj iBelltt SALEM IBOM WOkLLW1asMrA.1 ,
t were destined be nnf rturate. Every one's is1
liking to die
: thing they nadertaksy fails, and the hard- NicsIL apt out.-W. R. the public an Impression that tbe owner the great value of Doan's KM- .. la I toss-

I' ,er.tileI', labor the more they" are disap..pointed. of Blltmore is a sportsman; but the net PlUs more convincingly than could ,h day,..|..ea.a5e'pevmaaeetears ,... Trial..'_.' a -., ,fe ,
.. W. utterly repudiate .the cI_ :.......ead Cr1U.t.u...' curious feature of the Vanderbilt gums any word of mine. l
: ripe of fate, but find ourselves confronted Censure and criticism: never hart any preserve is thAt Its owner never Doan:I ) 1'I\I'a.\ ubtd ,nJr' ,...c. ". htsa .
, c with the fad that
some seem .t* be areatare body. If false they cannot hurt ..- III" ssB
you touches: rod or gun and personally DV i II "ec1
. of misfortune. Jess yon; are manly character, data; Pttc.r of e
.P- ? Many of hi.'. adversities .brought; _d./'if trae. they show a man his weak caresnot; tn. slightest degree for oairecelpt of price By) Foster-Mllburn Give the name hot title' paper when

v" l. ,vapors oat.,.lva.', We. rosy, aaoassr others points sad l.rewana him against ltJluw ftdv and, game.-:Forest uclSrtam.,, :',_ Col Bn>tsl N. y.. ;Write tor free'Wat"f I g ,ta, > .iti'i; (AU'4 -
,_ .9e vcB,0o4, but in enr. inner coaecious- sod} trouble.. -OUdstona. ...It..h.r ;._.....- j 1 ;. , : ,
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KI G dencetno'ethan'an' other white man r Makes Clear; Sweep. .f .. \.
IUIibLYbIiY, ( 1Gttga'
U them known like doing-, 'thing
.. -that there Is none among There's nothing a.
TBt,...MON. NO. 11 as 'Wbit.Tiger," that bone of,the thoroughly. Of all the s..lvM yota SHOE"MAN I
-: ...,........aratT ltuaY y tribe have ever*graduated! from Carlisle ever heard of llucklen's vtrolcs.Salveis DAMN THE
", (Mee' ia or any. other college that they thoest.. It sweeps aka, and curesburn.
TAlley Uaxette wuliaiug, desire no reservation ss4"aaide for ., sores, bruises] cuts, bolls, nllr -
'! KIMtMMPC.OaCEOLACVUKTy.rLA.. them, Ischool established for' .,heir .kq( eruptions aDd piles, Jt-':'
<.13. E. PGUJlD, children or any assistance) ,whateverfrom i only 2.'>e and guaranteed: to glre satisfaction -
rl fio W.. B. II...RRIS, I'' 'PBOWUKTOES.:' the government. In fact \by tbeO-rfWa_ Hiarmsey..
'I.i' .. .. ___ L -I-'_- TI1IT.SS.1TF formant states that they would reseat
"' J. E..POUMD. Editor. any efforts tnlhatdlrectlpnandthstserious A Thoughtful. 11'11.... I

..... ..ltntwe at u.. KtMlmmwi. ,Yl*.. effort trouble I.'made will to\force ensue them whenever from their any knew M. M.what do of in the Winchester*.faour,of,
-.a'--aail lases.hb.ettbon {
1, 'jJ __ present mode of life. From ,his-llt'r.1 Hi* wife" had such an unusual (:&*IDd"j-
: win 'plMM DodfJ'tbi offlc II roost acquaintance with them our informant stomncli and liver trouble, .
f1' 'b.1- f.u ".-'UIe pepel r..oi'.rlt.c pronounce. the -socalled"White could nut help her He /

t r .bad l oo.a. uv->..c...tlob.... must.& _b.,from*lu oft.-d.rsulhorrotTWK br_ibnwriter. -. playing Tljer".n upon the credulity imposter of the-whois people ,I, dml 4a
...Jwt.d.ttar will notbs nluraed ublr.Y. .. for personal gain and with oo re; )/ cured. Only' i'.c at OIiC>ola
.p \_lied l.r. ICard fur the Seminoles or their welfare 'I -. I Ii"harmac !
s. Th.dltnr li not ...po..I1>I.for oplnlom ix ::, :
f 't y1. ..-..b.pon4...... j. J STYLE OF A. DOROTHY DODD will be appreciated a T;
JkdvwttelDBratMiaa, ,.IMI.. bad,on applkwUouCBBCRiPnoN THE t. ::

i JUT!!!!. I -the comfort can be determined the instant they are fitted -
r. :On.eopy...*var .... .., ..' .. .II.ooeoi : !
<.>.*...opr.>:y, month months,.."... ,. . .ia:.HiFrldat Time and wear have well demonstrated their service. .

t , ', April 13.; U4.a ---.1"ii: 'm' 'ti' i i' 'j Oxfords 250. __

'WHERE' WILL IT EMU? 1 Boots' $3.00." ...
For a year or, two the cattle corn pax' - ,
plea. )\and Individual owners of pasture --

e _.ed fences''and la put this>o'county considerable have beenunnuy-expense: by =--= Men's Crossett $3.50an
-parties' cutting their fences, thereby ..- .
letting their cattle out to roam at wtll l ;
as well ae letting &those from the outside 7 $
:_,); Into their pastures, which caused r l(f makes 'life's. walk easy. Several styles. Come $ . ''

'l", BO little time and troul: u m tra'hcrln/; 4 -
I t1 :the estrays and....pirating the herds] -- : lG. and see them. *

< :agalo', This however ban, practically -- .
,oJJ, oaased except at the ranch of Geo. W. -

Vy,Hopklnj, who seems to be the rolrcted ;
"s i; ; of criminal who % Beginning ; I [ Red Star Brand ShoeI.
: .,,, eem to have been tireless and uleep-
;less la the prosecution of their eniniM l = (
towards him which have shown ;t rry
iln f;the they 1 k* '; \ In Medium PricedGents'
; repeated cutting of his fences "t
e>:, and the Incendiary destruction of one Iw I : ,- _=" (
|,t$* Of his house A* serious as have -- .
'<'{;been these crimes they have attracted .- lMPiI Little Gents' Ladies'and ; '
'I. ,
but-little :
comment, as under the new ; ,
i: ,order of things It was expected that ax White .
"": In the West there would bo a few who :::: \ ,. .
would object to the closing of the open : : -' Misses. '
:range at first and that thetteoUjertioniimlKhbe | Lawns :, .. '
I .
., Evidenced by an occasional
'"fence: euttlog; the hope however being :::: : :: l C..A.. 'J:' BE E E.. ..T

entertained that soon the better nature w i ======g==,= N===""
.. ....
"'"Of the people would prevail-that the H Pieces all : 7 / --:;; -=

.'inherent honesty and respect for the [ ; ____ __ __._ __' ________ _ ___ _ ___ _____ __ __ d. __ ___ _
property rights of other. which make = ured and .
Blocks and bars useless In southern rmncoox

__\ ,, -communities also, for our would;people many assert us a, p- plainly; |I lirIivfR! j SEE-D Ali DSAlISfiB[[ X

rule' will compare la such respects :::: :: ,
will\ } the best. This hope has partly)

But there it Iii
)v seems to have eonOentratd -
- ..* in an Intensified form and] ,
to be \ .
',: ;every devilish action that can be con- | IH '.
; icelved ta destroy property or to Intimidate I' .
the owner seems to be prsx-ticed.] !' ! " 8I
.I: The last exhibition of this malice is i - (
1. .the most:devilish and pernicious I ; F '' .
crowning: act of heinous, cowardly r
'/ 'brutality-of all that has been 'com- I ..
1./- .'''Btttted. The details will be found y ,

Y''' elsewhere and Our reader. will with OtIK a ,', ,,'" ','.1'1"'" "<[".. ,1'/' ,",, \ ' . r-' ,n
':'*.ask themselves the question Where, \ : : : '
'Will It End, -What will Ik Result to p ;\,,: ,:. ', :
;; 'This County and,to the State" if this
'species(of lawlessness Is not put an I''i "
'; ;, eod'td. Cattle thieving compared to I '

),rif this tnataaeeli respectablebecaue : ti
the theft destroys not. the uaeuloeHIf ., :
'\\1:1: :,;] ,
:nor the value: of the atl.leibut.; thin'barbarity -r '\ ; I
::!' .'' not only causes a losn of -

,: .:several hundred dollars to Mr. Hopkins -
I," ;'indlvlduallv,. but destroys the

t.ueetuloe. .* of these animals in the com
: inanity which III dlstlct, but it is also a
1 '" ;thrust at enterprise in an'Industry] up To Do HPT :
!f:roe which hangs.almost the entire pros-
; :'."'',perHyof,the county and this section

-of the State. ,Jleretofore the depre-
.,' Rations hare been condoned to an ex- -. -

f tent and.oo.prosecutions have followed +r
..' : but this stroke is too much for a ''j 'J,1

offering pnbllo to bear. We cannot ........
';,- 14 justiceto'ourselves. longer: allow it .
btu>> .go unpunished; if we would protectourselves
"' and our property) we mug -
'I.. protect our,neighbor and hi. right
;Kof proper!.as well and the courts nil
"; ,, be derelect If they fail to take cognisanoe k w

:) > of. this barbarity. s_ _
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( ;,' ,t Ballard Herehouod Syrup. _
'Immediately' relieves hoarse, croupy :
/Jf'cough. ,oppressed .....U.UDlrl.r..plnlr
,' \\.0 aDd / / cult breathing. Henry O <:1.J
4,J ;Stearns Druggist, Shullsburg Wls .
'write selling May Ballard"20 0, 1001'. Horehound; "I have SyrupSfortwoytarsandbase been rcI>: Half Block from

'; never bad a ,
'. >r psratlon better satfifactiltra. 1:
", :- X notice when I sell a boar Rubber-tired Vehicles, I
came back for more. I can ,
." '; .bonrttly recommend it." 2Cc, AOo, 1. Careful Drivers. Rates
'I,!t. '' lid, .b,7. Tbomason ,A: Koberson.Iwpostor.. I Reasonable.
:'. : FINE .
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; Phone 61.
;iitlt.Tlgee-M -1T ',

iei'csrTlgera; graduate of the ____..r..r.-----------------... -.. --- -.---____ ______ _
)Rile Pa.,*school for Indians, and -- ---------- ----------- "'" _IoA.__'"gcoooOQCOOOCOCOCOO-QQOQ cA '
of the few retialnlng' books of the "
ulaoles) In Florida,. was yesterday I The St Petersburg Normal. State Board of Education the One _
Ur i _
neaeAer *** SCtlsatloa,
; Notnaon.
wed.&'3-go the free Indian-promising by tot Pari St.: Petersburg, )<'1&., April 12.-Thespecial new school buildllnps, and the mod- There was a bllr Ren
W floe In 24 hour,' tix-weeica: term of the St. Petersburg ern equipments of.thin- school, enablesIt yule,Ind., when W. H. llrownpofLthat.
bite Tiger" took ron too much Normal and Industrial to offer unusual advantages to itll.tuden. his life who wa. expected to dIe, had
consequence .... saved by Dr. Kluir's New
M, "ter-'rand in was School opened yesterday with a fine ; Di.-
t; before the recorder.. ''.,Be wasE. Is enrollment for the beginningof I Among those who have enrolled this "I enured; ConsumptionHe insufferable writes: "
.' the amount
agonies fStt&ZST
aod not having m
sout, been $o the .stockade theterm.. Tbe. Normal week are, Misses Beulah Evans Orlando Asthma' bu your NewDiecoverygae t
in: Judge Nottingham,". knowing no matter review class opened with an enrollment ; Flrsle Overstreet, Kisilmmee; ter mI' effected immediate and soon thereat- "t'7
it faith ..llAtlodlaa pl oes on',hi. of twenty, and as new students Janie Henry, Mt. Dora; Alice Wilson, a complete cure." Similar +
,of 'honor,' allowed him to go to the action pneumonia, a1
d are Coming in from various parts of Braldentown; Ruth Little, Plant City; ,
jT be raifced therequhelVOW .
weather the State from day to day, !the class Mabel Tiuon.J Kissimmee; May Lewis, for .n throat ;,
bTte7iHl: i. loin Fliti'routs;, ,.to qr 1 i. growing rapidly. It li composed Kathleen; Ne"aValdea., Bra I den- and lung troubles. Prloe 600 and '1.
PIUVth ...t.ablllh..aror town; Lettle Nutt, Sanibel; Elizabeth OUaran1eed by Ottoeola
| effort"to' t.tu. S.mlaola I than inferior of young men and young;! women who Mizelle} Orange Lake; Laura Oocto, etaro. Coaghs Pharmacy ,
.. lodle..1 1 s with to review before the Uniform tattle mad Colds.
ld Te1ee..pb." ,' taking !- ; Platt, San Antonio; Mrs C. Peterson, t12S
,. and Messrs. Lake Street
State Teachers' Pet.tir.> Plant Topelco,
Examinationwhich : City;: ; + '
'W ....' ;:. .c>ureo thI I wer Linton Tucker says: 'Of sl}'ooremedies ugh y'
,. 1"1I' ". . .. n will be held In June. San Antonio and B. Bal1.'d't HOrehound
: .
m _sheJT, -one D. Kendrick, Plant City. ism' favorite it Sypup r ti'
e4 : ; ; has done
The St.
subt MUl)i 01Zlf1Atl..:.pd__. GRAVES Petersburg School has the The Belmont Hotel Is being ted as all that I. claimed for It-to and will do";;.
most I"
w1W'W, 4 best equipment for Normal school a Dormitory for the Normal students, cure all coughs aDd .peedUy:
!( .twt.b.//a.faoq J : and they are delighted with the. school eo syeet and plc cold.-and U Ja
: d. *ant to l'
tbp6M eM"I'WJ.o --W'O MI I r_ .. and the town. 600 and U bot.tJ'i!,'" Thomason the taste ..25o" '
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,v .rums.u.ap Lr./m sxe..- .'! J. .au i y lilt Nw'h.m i..dr l 5 ,a : Jse r4 rp! .-+ eM. nkr f.x.+Y ..W..e$4.w.r Sr ";;n' 4'w :1 ,' .
+ ? > !'Jf' iI, if" fI .
frog, ._ :'T' .......,, ....._ \ _.... .
11' c" 4 ror' '. .. 'J9 > "x.'"" "'h'O:!, -." t ,
> $ Orr .w'C #o!. nnuw "::'--.' .. t .. . : :: ,
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.' Klsslmmee Vallou Gazette Wade, the'tuner' Orlando' ; Go Tress': tor fresh Brick Butter. ,..:.. ,
: -\few, trunk. left at,WaUon1 . ,
Baby Carriage at Wauon'*. Mr C. E ,Frsntlinannounces! ill* : ;; t. :
Mr.. Berll aad children at home is ;
are TO
TKl.gPHONgNO.11.. candidate ',I,. .this issue for School 'tJ/t'
v again after a Tlalt. with friend and Mr.. Missouri Broason left till Commlssiooer for Dlit. No. 1. MrFre.nld ; I. "
relatives the Ka't. Coast. week: 15 take up her residence1 at St.; In possesse.all the quallflcations *
U9LIILED. EVERY. FKIDAY. Mr. i Petersburg Mr. Bronson a good M (111 this most im S '
., an Mr, W. B. Johnston 'are necessary WA" lS': "" : .
aT CbrUdan lady, and we' commend her 1 i. ,who TES O ,
the fond parent of a pretty little portent office, and a veteran I'' ,
POUND HARRIS. the of St.
daughter born to then last Fruay. to good people Peiensburg.' has grown,gray in the service of the ,
; Burn Caldwell came up from Uar democratic party., He will probably. '
CHURCH OIRgQTORY. son For Jr.Iniuranoa"ro 'to J... M.. Will- tow a few day ago and stopped over be elected without opposition.. When, iii Need of: ", ,,; ,

vnwOlllrr .oae.-Pl'OaehIDI _b 1I.b- here a short time with friend... Be Go to Tress'*.(or fresh Brick Butter.Mr. . .. . ,:_ .
....b. II a> m. ...4' oolock Prayer meeting M1III-F. L. LeRter who ha* bean *isItlnjr was en-route. to, Orlando for medical S : 8
k very Thartdar Tonlnc W7 p. m.. a.bbuhoho01r:468pad.ymorDln the family of Dr. KnnU at Narcoospee treatment of v throat affection' with R. C...Parti n, whose announcement HARDWAREFURNITURE..;" ,. Of:1: Q; '.
J./ PilRtlyPaamr'Hamer'C.VMUHo. jresterday.. for her home in which be 1* tro&Wad: '1, a* a candidate for County; Com- ." : '
>. j.,. Trier, Pulor. England. Heal Oa. rnisuloner for District No, lj ,appear 8 CROCKERY' ::
: A.. of ,
ktnrevcry Bandar 11 a. m. and T p. m. .Dr. T. Atlanta in this week' issue needs uo ins J
ooDIl Peorle'. .meettrg *.M n m. ennI yohooI.4a Mrt.'E. N: Fell and lIOn, Master E. spent A day or two of the .week. here troduction the people of Oaoeola G1 f. ,'. .
m. Prmy.r meWDI wry Thur- N. train with view of locating, HARNESS SADDLES: .
a. Jr., arrived on .afternoon prospecting, a County lie ha in' past year held .
17 T P' n. Visitor always wewome..r. Wednesday and took Belt He, \was favorably impressed with r
ifcheSugar' very positions of trust in both thl.'aDd OPnje '
.. J Narcooaaee. quite
KwiMiV. I'orTlcx-i nu the necond 8un- (town ( county, and his record Iii an OR !BUILDING JVIATERIAL., {,
da ToMie month Morning( pruyer, -rmon See the ootloS of ICaU**'".Remnant will make hi* homo! here. open book. Be has long; been Identified _

|$ad bol.fttHII..nlou.allOllIO tad *'1:30: o'clock.u'clncli! Krenlug Sale., :' .School Shoe at Stanford' guaran with the farming: and stoclc-rals-: S .- .-. r . -." : '
|prayer rerston teed. Ing: interests. of thH section. and perhaps ., .
I h, ..y.atAlf CHORCii.-.DlTtne wornhliTonfcTOrr Rev. E. U. Ilsynor wilt preach at as well as any,.other man understands '_ -_ S
I nrntUundar. ;Morning. .sod.,,,Iou third at 11 Biiud' m.y.L.In f.vnI1 e.rmooib. -\. 'the. Chrlfitla-n Church next Sunday Meedame D. C. Lee M. A. Farn- the: need of.the county. :
nit errlo .t Onnday Bchnol at morning! and evening. The public. 1* worth, A. L. Chandler and B. B. Ault- : S :ALL GOODS MARKED l -(CLOSESATISFACTION - C. II:16 p. m. Prayer cordially Invited. man are attending the annual meotlrur Trythat Butter at Tre**. *-best on
Imeellnt'rhundw eventn at 7:00 kvI Lake market..
stead of the W. C. T. U. of.the State to the .
erybody, 1N1 mocioordially. Invited to loess. Mrg.'J. Z. Rob no and Misses City this week:, leaving here Tuesday ''
Parker has been cutting and
Bettio and .Tellna Gardner attended
ALEX pay1DION.. Supt.ol a. 61. political. speaking and barbecue at at noon for that purpose. shipping his celery this week and! although S __ ; It j;. ,i 'f .

.t1 .:.. ...__ . ___ Uartuwjyegterd( Mr. A. L. Winch left. yesterday for the price III compara.LI"ellow. .. ".
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I' Supplement':';Klsslramoe Valley Gazette, Aprif, 1904. .'.... ,, "..,.-,',, -. ..'-. . .r' 't ::

". I A.N..N'.O'.U.NO: ''E..iVL'.E IVl T I SecoDd'D strict-D." L.jpaulden, D. V "* ,Dolt,TDCla,.. teBank6fKissimmeetors
: .. N..'Batcbelon i:."_.__ This time worn lnunotlen-unever] ; .
Third DistrictO,. L.Wilson, T. O.Rea.b. _.. .
put off 'till tomorrow what yon can do -------- -.< ;: ,
..,. : today" I. now C'4Ioer&11'.1)-ot.ed In '. "
OOMMITTKEMEN AT LNBGK. this form: "Do It today." That 1* ,Ii'
The Democratic voters of' Florida the. terse advice we want to give: yon
will have the opportunity. of voting about that hacking cough or demoral- to Customers JEvery/Facility,:/' -1'<',..
forjhlr.teen member at large to form ising cold with which you ban beenstruggling nsistentivithSound'11anagcmexit. "
a part of the State Democratic Executive foreveral! days; perhaps .
Committee. Those whose. name week. Take some. reliable remedy i Hi;.. Y-, +i ., \\ft."

will be on the ballot are following: for it today-and let that remedy be to All ..Business" Intrusted ,. .
and the voter can vote for thirteenof Dr. Bosbee'. German Syrup, which Attention tr"'V ''n _

them: UJ 8. Phillip, W. A..Hook has been In ue. for over thirty-five "":"" '"
er Jr. Duncan U. Fletcher' N. A.Dittob year.. A few doses of it will undoubtedly .
? It:-Itaulmon,"'.W..M.'Milton relieve your cough arool4,;, and N. B. CARSON. : 'C 8HJltR.'f.' ,

JrJ.'M.; ...Leme.Y.John M.-'Bryan It* continued use for a few dayswillcure ,, . .. ;i
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0 completely., No matter bow .
B. L..Dodd, E. A. .Cr..ord.O. you ..*i :i.J f l
O. C'odrlogUu. ,'.Warren E..'.AnBer.on,! deep seated your cough, even If dread .
J. Wi Adams, J.. N; consumption attacked your lung,
Whltaer. R. -G.IJM.t.ealfwt Farmer German Syrup will urely effect a cure

.:". George L. Balli..I. -a* It ha done before In thoufands
a . O.:: N.. Mat4*John of ayyarently hopeless-case of lung V:
Q. O. P. Healey: A.f. Blount.p. ,, trouble. New trial bottle, 26o; regu'ar -

.. H. H MoCreary, E. N. Dlmick size, 'tq. At Oeoeola Pharmacy. '

and H.. y(l' ,Jc' ..g.rSto. 'An elegant line of Ladle MullaDoderweait C. Stanford
at Kat.& *.
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L .Welll furnish StOve' Vood, dellt-: Ladies, before buying your Fall : ""; i I ,. pr

, Bred |o any part of town M M.fp per Dres* Good, Trimming,.Ac., call onH. ThB-DrlQlnator ot. bow '
,, 'j Strand-: MATHAKD LUVHEB: a>. C. Stanford and save money. '.
Prices In Klsslmmec .
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r ,.. -,. J Attention to Hi i? NBW'qI' tod) a$,,, 3

MAYNARD LUMBER. CO. :i Spring and Summer 1904. '

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'. .,. .- haw andPlaning Mills ':. ,-
( the attention of the oubllo to my Spring and Sum- \ .

. BRAXTON' BEACHAM. jot 1904 do so with considerable pride, cpnablou as f. .

, : Now ta 0penolori. 'CornpLtsHon.e BWa'hral.hed. i act: that it is far superior In' quantity, quality and all > "*

.. :Yellow. and Pitcit Pine Timber .an4-Lumber.. of.,aU hinds..Fasaa . 8 of excellence than that 'any 'previous:'season, and e

i A PROMINENT CANDIDATE, FOR' STATE, J:) :::E'ROtMt..t.-X..L.'r.: -:: am bettsr take 'care of the need of my,
'' The stock is full. complete-every available inch of

; .SENATOR.. .1 a .tts MAXNAROrLUfIAQIR7: '";' iO.r: :- e store beln&utilized-therefore it will be impossible, ;IL ., +,
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Oaoeol U one of Jbe hen aDd most prapsrou.oountla In the Stata"and < :e even to mention the numerous articles that',vara. on<: t

) while bel' citizens and UN people in general hive been ux busy looking after' i and counters; in fact but a very few of them ;:can, beat I. J !

i ,their and caUl. inierMU attention however is called to ol- <. '
orange groves to pay nitoh 'kUMiUoa to polities all.. Special the
"' ,bit time U now at band wbon tbcjr mu.t lnkre.t tbamaelvM In UM tattler, Mt ,- la: ) y
r'r j who would best represent them In UM Heaa.&e. This U a quettioa of moN : j'i'i N'
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I3RESS OOODS.-The latest
(t than ordinary import, &i sbovld be given careful nd.MrlaiU'eoa.ldrmUonj I b, + ",' ''I',.i\ NO: AND SUMMER ,-r:, .,' '
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, '-* bar citUan. UaoBola' needs repreMuatatlve wtkOM InOueoo would. b JeU T.: RHISKIES : ost fashionable paterns,:the most'useful and':wearable ,,

\ in UM affair of the SLate, and who would really represent'thU '..odoa-'ln'. : r-.. '/ \ .. .: .. j here. No lady should buy materials' for her summer '

r brief we wantmea who work tbelr brain more thus their. uouth.' I Ij J r A )0 .e seeing these foods and, gettincTour,prices.. Ask t9. t 4''
j Beacbam it* Ml-md "Florid Crt ker,". and be i. Justly I ; Y h 4 '' ..
1ACES''J'WINES selections' 'theso.'jjfooda'
t proud of that fact. He was born la Lauren xx>untj; C3.., but has been a r*.- : {r' .; : EiRANtS1ES'n ur line of lawns. Special %1

iUeot of Orlando for over twenty Jean. U* 1* ooatorratire, ,and hi* view ..._ ": t as well as in zephyr and mercerized ginghams{ Mad... ., ," r
, ou qiiMtloii of th. day are llboral but dcoldod. B* 1* IDt.eJUaeD' and : ... ss 'Y.-- 1 anish materials lelght-welght skirts. and the .la.test.C l'i t

" would\ command rpwst of. his ooll a ru.. H.. U aoqualot with UMn .& : p._. .>. '. ., L n shirt waist material ',
: *a. of the county, and would thus b* enabled to sot knowingly upon ..suckmeaturM ,I I'I '
'I a* would be for the welfare of the oolDDlualt.,. He ha. always beat 4 E. ; fS AND EMBROIDERIES.*EYerythinr; for: all,pun-'+ ; ,

, an earnest advocate and exemplar of Democratic prtnol favors : ;CIGARS .AND TOBACCOSAnheuserBusch 11 the latest styles-good, ,better, best .in 'quality, yet:'' i ,

,. meacure that. are bsneflAial) the 18..... rather than the!Favored few. I, "ade in price the loweat--not the cheapest for 'cheap ftl1 A'
Let the people elect Mr. Baacham sad they will have no unoompllnienta ; .r. }
ry crittcUm of biz public career. : Jf S neaps inferior, and this we do not carry in these roods.'jJ.S 1 g
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, THE ROLL COMPLETE. IO.k-.lCt.loW. lie Holloway, W. N. : A. A line and also fine line material for window.curtains:; '

.. . JETS.--The American 'Beauty, in. all styles--longs.'
( dboau.
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Caadldatcm for State- and national For Coramlloner. cricai'ure-. : L"O' 1:: dlf/-/ and nurses. There may be cheaper' corsets ',on,4 .

UMtCM Pay Thlr Aaa aaM.ata. B. K. MoUn. \ I': .,buttbere are none beU r. They aieperflGttfit.tin, r,', ''W, ,
for Itallraad Comml*.lon.r-.B. .L. 'Can pnly b. found In K1ssbnrnee'oD Broadway 0 *. '".
built for long service. *
w lat National
Yesterday wa Lb. day for Morgan. I e wearers and .
and State candidate to .' Street, at the BRICK. ;J3AR't BUILDING." '. -
ial.up For Adlut] .oL.Oeoeral.-J..C.R. Foster. O O .,
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,, their campaign ae'*nient*, a Allen Thomas. I ,. . .. 1
by lobe campaign commluea of the For' State. bembt-n.;: E. no... N Agent: :for -;;.. ',-; -: . , "
btate Dvmocratic Executive Commit . !'
i For .htct..uhll. ClrcxiltConrt-For : BUTLERN
." : , R. T .,. , : 'Ii' '
tee.It the First Judicial c11'CP1a..C. B. Park. c Duality Shoes for Ladles ,
also the lat for eandi- ,
wa day bill; for Second circuit, John W. Malone . ,' \ < i j'J'
,. dates for the Ie Mature to pay their ; for Third circuit B. H. Palmer, 1 ouglas Shoes for Men. ".
a.*e* m nta to the respective county t* J& ttoblnun for Fourth circuit .tit, r:,';..
chairmen and forward the receipt to 11. Ml: Call; for Fifth circuit W':' 8. >or N
'liuo. Arthur T. William, chairman Uullook; fur BUtn: circuit J. B. Wall;
" of the dial Executive committee. Aaa forSeventbclrouit.Minor 8. Jones; r _
> result the office force of. the Slate '" ,. vON
for EfM'btJaelroul" James T. Will.
i. chairman wan. kept: busy entering up Forotau': Auorney*-.....*,Judicial) :High Grade Whiskey "
the names of thoM wbu have paid and circuit Revere U. Buford John WtBendersoo .
N. C. BRYAN, ..eatery,
who arw entllkd to have their namea P..t.
.l Oeonre WjWalker Third .. p. .\
placed uo the ofUolal ballot U oandi circuit Cb... K. JJavls, Gary A. liar' 1 -
dales to be voted for In the Democratpi . dee; Fourth circuit A. 0. Ilartrldn, L 'r :3EI :E

J pi imary election to be held May 10. A. B. Klnr Seventh circuit, Ocll O. T'
Uu to the time u.. office of the State Butt, John O. Jon- ; p OM1t _. r'waol.sat
I 'chairman cloved. tat evening the fol- The Congressional candidaU pay s & Carson Grocery Co.d '
lowtntf candidate had paid their aft their aeameou to th* chairman of . '
. *.**nj nui fur the office) mentioned. : their. ....pecQ"*) Congressional: committee "Near Pac .Depot. 1Q.s1rnmee .
etffer ,
=- R.tai1 neater to .
-Time* Union 12th.
TBO8B WHO ARE OANUIDATES. Hotel and the Graves HOUM . .,
In addition to th* abort UM follow- ,
SenatorWitklnson .
For United State _ r
lug qualified Beam Presidential OCERI.ES; ,
Wllltm S. JennlegJ.
Call El owns: From the State at.:X>*>rge- i 1
Jame P. TaUaferro. 2.. BHARDKN .
N. C. Stockton: John S. Beard-.'J. Bryan C. A. A. Proprietor. 1 O
For Juitloe of Supreme Court, a i- CaNOn and T. E. Bryan; .from the I I : A
term li. Fenwlck Taylof v '1r-"i:: :
First distrlat W..1.'halllbilu and ,
For Juitloe Supreme H. A. McIUe; from, \he. Second district . t
Cockrfll. TV M. Sbackejford, J. B. T. 1C.. Aoderaoa '*04 'J. E. T.Uitwden ",
WhUfleld A. J..Heor r. 11 I now ba T. the largest tock of Win, Whiskies CRATES '
;;from the Third district "B. Celebrated Fertilizers f flin
For Governor-N. D. Broward. O. and Beer Aver handled in KIsmmee. All I ... f\ 1'
a. DUll and Frank: L. May
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M. Brown, R. W. Davis of State.K., I). H. May.. v Tb. fellowloir named gent omen also grade. at price to nit the time.. ,!,. .. '. . .. ,\ .0', ',"'
For Secretary filed their application. a.. ,Prelden- Cireatars.e Prt_
Broome H. Clay. Crawford, B. F. L ,
slat delegate, who 'f nominated will .. .raaa.-:! .. A"'Hcatla. ,I -
Kirk. Judge A.-,B. Parker of 'New I . ; : 4
upport .
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:\ For Attorney General-W. B.Kills, YorkJDlr I. . ',' ........ ; ., J ,
Alfred 8ft. CJa -Abram"t F b. '
tat Large-T, 1. AppJe.fal'4. -
I' '&Fpr i For.Comptroller Slate TN..urer-W.., C. Groom..V. Knott. A. Jordan.-, W. J. BUlman' Clal1d L"ED&Je. ,' ." -.t.-. .. ..., .. . i ',I" ... > E'S.l''U._ : 'E S -'W-I: .)_. : : 1J'. ,

;q: T., r State Soperlnundent. of Public. ,-First'Uiitrict-W. R. Fuller. ..'!.''...t .... vwdde -,.....,.,._; ;.,;,........>!l..->. f----w; ; ,9 -. .'.., ...M+ -i -_....- : try: OFroc3.-u.ob. .a.. 'epeQ1''3", . , ":.'. \-j .\ ,,

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{ !,edtWednetdsy:atteoooo. of restored larceny to, have cttl.eosMp.Nkoefres been. pardoned and .": .._. .U, ,.'- -'.,'". .. .- ." ,. -. ... ., -... .. . '.,'':,.J:".. .r.4.. :
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p .,:' beef;pork > : rE J"7'Er.T"Ir-n':1ir
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KI'r.Vail' l6U U deuce more than another white man Makes'Clean Sweep. '""" ..... ..... ""'" '""" ""' '''' ..... ""'" ..... ""'" ,-", ...... ..... =- ..... -1'
GJ16tt61 -that. theft t. noneanJcintrthenn known There' nothing like. ddlntf'l a thing

'J I I' TrLRPNONtt NO. at "White Ttjrer,!' the y none of the iSorouiehlyOf; all t.bevell\ you l.

,rvBLUBCD".., raioa tribe have. ever gradu led from Carlisle ever heard of. Buolclen' Arnloa Salve DANNi THE :SH.OE.MAN.r:

".la.. .TUley.tiatette' or and other college, that they In the ,...t. Hweep: away and cure.: .
!: MnHdmjrK. aide for boils ulcers
del Ire no reeervailen set, burns, Bores; bruises, cuts , ,
F. IHIfJt1C,08CJro1.ACU"lfTyI'LA.. them,. |schools established for their skin eruption and pll 8. Its '
FOUND, children or any assistance whateverfrom only and guaranteed to Rive *.sj u . .

//1(11':>>' :'-tS;',r }I PBOWUETOB: the government.' la fact.our informant faction by thaOaOPOla<< Pharmacy.A'Thorghtful .. . '. .
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lr states that they would resent : .7-----;- .

{ ,. .j., !R POUND, Editor. H1 eft'ort.lntha.r.dlrectlollandtha..e.rlou. M... /
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trouble will ensue whenever any Ind., ;
of I
KlUered at tbe Poetofflee In M. M. Autttlr. [
effort. made to tome them from theirsoQudiabaooeevrlth
of need. : '
what the hour ;
*a aeeood-claa nail matter. knew to do In _
pre n per Of.stomnch .
unusual ,
\ .' herobu Ills wife had such an case
':/' uubearibers will 'plem.e notify tb4'offle* II. eonal Informant << and liver trouble, physician '
,.thenr. tall tocettbe paper reKiiiarly. pronounce (be to-called Dot ,
i aloommuetstlnossc.ottrososr author. "White Tlffer" an Irnpoiter who U and DrpKing'ti' NewtLifehPillsand l LADX'ES'SHOE

;. lw wtt r.on <.|>oiul.. au sum be slinvd by the playing upon the credulity of .the pea she tried cot Belief at once and wan flnallv . ... h .
'B.entItcI.d, r wili .otba rvtnrnod oa1.Ht pIe for personal ratn and with no regard /n.w.d/teal., .Itn ..t 1\,1. .. \ .. .
> ,'. 'stalled for. for the Semlnole or rush
The editor I*not for *
responsible opinion .
,4' Tare.ajfnmmmminmmmr..
> ..reaped yrrenponaonu.: .
'. ,.. t Adv.rtlsls.rrw.maybsbadoaspp1ksUou.TB ; :,.

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,'tone eofy, ane year .>v.. .,. .. ..... . att1 !
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Friday, April 15, J9O4. I 11AtiKK1r .NN t'NNVrK1A. i ****************. *********.*, AXX yXC} IJ .T For Sept of Pnfclla |a.truetlo..
I. To the Votoi. of 0"01 <:01110&1o'<: : i e 1 11
,,1/ i Professional Cards. i ', l' i' I .' Floury.n.u.sur.asy raadlds.ty/.fr till! 0"..

; ;, 801 WHERE:f WILL IT EWU? I I|: PARK HOTEL ;| Cnndldrlea'.quomrrrmaaa will b? .uuMUavdunOer flee of HUI."rJ"lt'od".1 very ubllo\genefiiiie lumruoiloii.Illmvk \,(.1.0. ,
you jour
tide hued t uulll tlif for "11,00. ally
\ primary shell l bo lTvraleful '<>.rwlt.Lev.
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For a :year or two the battle com pa'ule.andndivldual ,WWN1r. IMNbNM'tYtrb1 VNf,, : J. M. GARDNER' *: Strictly I mlVHtipo. .,*" me the
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ypomarrmay ."" ,
\ owners of pasture l>|.r'OIIchl..Jr !
'fences. jo'thla county have been annoy, PII'alcl.1I1I1I4 Surgeon For idutor".. :..

;, j ed and put to considerable expense by ,. ...... "ALL. .......EKm. J Rates: $1 Per Day. i J te.prrlfclly annoouce mv..lf a* a candidate Superintendent Public ..IItr. ctlo

,. -parties fences Realduce phoM. 33. I for Bute feuitur of the Itnh LiUtrtct of I hereby announce .reair a' a randliUte 'lor.
", cuttingtheir thereby Florida rnmvoMxl of(hangs and Oeeeola coo lLl. tbe office of bnperiitteodent of Public In...,,,
Special arrangements by
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letting their cattle out io'roam at will Wile.'PYo. 133KI44IMMEK. ..., .ubjoci ui flu emo..reUo primary. sloth lion of Oeomle CountyaubJeet. to the UeipoC7f".Ci "
r1 A: the m 0 nth. Comfortable : tluu. .
( :a.11'a.'lettJ.nR those from the outr I 2 tLo01s C. NA/I&IT./ : .. : !iVlrlll falOifully, and Impartially
and table furnished -.
.'J aide Into cautei' perform his cJ.Un ftbe Wlea.
their which ,
y' ,no little'time and pastures trouble, In gathering p A. VANS AGNEW,,' the beat the market affords- i For St..t* ....t.". w.1. 16A1t1.D.pervINr.1 .

To' lb. emr.lle Voters of the IMh Senaln.rial .
;,Etlee.tray.. and separating the herd. w I ATTORNEY AT LAW.. ....., y#e !4e+ere!.#erfl flol..4e 4t441R? DIKrioi of Florida_I hereby aanoaueenjrvair N.11.tratl.arIberbyunoanNm7iellSo
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w I I 1- a .4td. for staid "D"r.o. tbUrtlrtrirt. 4I for the
:again?' n18 however ha practical w- I AND NOTARY PUBLIC ; 00000 ubert) to Ux Ikmoerait rrioiartaa.M omof.upenrafot EesUlrtl; for Otooecola
\,Ceased,except at the ranch of Geo. W. -w I bobeldoa the lOih of Nay 1 M If olooioa I Coutit- and reapentfully. solicit Ibe support oftea
KISS1MMUE.!: FLA. vlll endeavor to I shall
w faithfully serve yoo. ohmODratlo..oWn --
'&Hopkins, who seems, to be the selected W.LVanDuzor&.Co.BROKERS .pproeIstesayaidbatthe. voters ..l ",M" *.J>iI x tbj 7HOMPBOa.
Iris will ...
sire this. class of criminals who II. eJtACBAIf. ...
V Beginning atarorvtoer 4 .*.lstr.t.
\ try have been tireless aod'.Ie I JK. -
\7--- <<.p. I bereby announce myself eaadldale for
"w1.aif id the prosecution of their enmlty.towards Pee.t..... AtM>..,.. . B.penrryr.tWsfNro .-aiel..If .1........
w DENTIST.OfS Nil1.chargs u.a duals of the ..... Is thlullyaeo.olesdewlr
him which they have show r 1 hereby--aoBoiiDo tortelf ae a oaadMate for i .
.. -. OoOrora Bute'. Attorney of |!M> Tth JudkiUI Ctranlt,
over Pherniafjr.OFFICK LaW" wNIDDEN
the !
In repeated cutting of hi. fence w- .abjec to tbe aetlon of tbe I>.moeratie Mlmarj.CJtCILO. .

'if fVand i Incendiary destruction Of one w- HOCB3: } 9 a. aoVjoS m'm.: REAL ESTATE __A ...BUTT.foe Few Ce *ty Treeeeirer.I .

"Of his! b.ou.... ,A* serious, as hav w I r 1:30 ...t.taI Att.r..... hereby announce _y.elf- a eaidldale for
these crimes have attracted ::::: Telephone No. 741' Jun 6. Ivr.JJR. AND 'INSURANCE re-eleetloB a*County .......rel' subject to the '
jjbean they w ratpoBlfnllr annainoe "y e an4Id>ey for d.mocnueprtmuNar IaoA..deca r lhanasfor
:: .SMb-lltUe comment, as under the 'now i ,_=, S the paaltton of Alate Attarnef of the ..*..LIt tb* peat .n portable which ha* bee* given m,
: .> A. B. STEVENS. JudletalClwultof florlda..abjeIN the def ItT I toe people lor pestles aud Who tbe 1
er.things It was expected that aHa White I Ii ocratte oonlnaUon o. Maf lOlh, 104. I name_.... If_ala elected will eenre you as

.. the,,West there would be a few 'who< I ....DENTIST.... Mratlonof offer andsleds-selea tbedutUeof", showsopoe. foatlees bom aastla>rable '. the part, heveatlj Verj awl _reepectfully.Far al,..

,trftxuld object to the closing of the open and reap.rrally smelt tbeaapMmoltbeeWcton _ I. a. uat+..,..Rr.
R. Wheeler of tbe seventh Jodtotal Circuit
Gms .
;:J-ahgo at #first and thatthee objection Lawns, GPieces' Administered.8.30 A. -. to ', .., .lId I"Y. ,. i j Florid. Jots O Jars CIea..c:............. Dts*. Me. a.t .
_itght be evidenced occasional Office Noun : } I
by an ; .
P. b..b,aanonno* a* a candidate forCounty N. I CONTRACTOR \ For ..._....tt_ Pros
,"oe'outtinr; the pope however being s URLAND'FLORIDA OeeamlMloner DUtrlct Ha' x, andaollcHtbesuppartofBiy +
AND BUILDER. l'hereby announce myaelf' a candidate. for OeeioeraUe .rI..d.l.
*nfeertalned that soon the better nature Be re..nlary. of 0.0..1. Cmiray.and reenagt- tbe oomloc primary. rVomlalns' II elected to
E all ...I1"lletllho cuppurt of. the WemoentUe ve1tern. do a I IB no power serve the beet Int. realm
the pre'va.Il-Lba.t. .
people would thehereDt I KissimmeeFlorida.< .f tbeeoentyaAd si** M a careful sod economic

honesty and respect for the wr J., L.. VV11XSON, JR, J. W.rATBOW. ..dllll.iau.doa.W1CIIL&1'
p t1;jr rights of others which :makeS i ured and VDR.NOTARY PUBLIC. Modern. Collonlal and Artistic IVEVFor

and) bars useless in many south p qi'> i STATE L.AKOE... l Dwellings a specialty. For the L.s/.1 trre. ce.: ..,. c.a.. .......r Diet. Me.. L

,l AT I rerpeetrslly consents .. ..If a callCll4. I bereby announce my candidacy for County
communities would assert Real Estate Agent. fir u.. Ledltar from Ooeeola Couu...,.. cab CommlMioB, OiatHot: lie 1, and eollclt the
lit bere.'aof for our people as ala..U1' plainly ma: S.TISrAC ION GU'RASTECD' lectio be Urmoeratkt. primary to be held on support of my frieudi.
KISSIMMEE. F1 oRIDA. May KHh. aud reopertfnlly Solicit tb. rappoftofibe I a T ..UTLBLF.Coe.lyCosaa.I.a..D1.t..Nor ,
'compare lo such respect ::::: 1, k WTM M.Av D.;monralle voters.
kli( H. ('. sTA N rOi n. I I :: 1
'*' the best: This hope has partly

> q: al"nd.* the crime has'ceased Per Clerk;; Clrcolt Covrt. I I hereby.nsMounce ray ..."dld....from rcnumluatlonaiCouotr -
.' N. Be Noth J.' H. POWELL. < ommUilOBer letrlct
'-xoupt'as stated above In one local iF I am amndldate for the ofDve or Clerk of the No x. and eolHilt tb*eupport of the democratic '
!. r NO FARM'A Coartnf O>ooU Cnuntjr and will abide the r.- rclrn of tb. County
*./, But therftt seem to have con.eeDt.ratecl'ln 0 oclallet luDteeaaee eta t of lbs' deBtnrratte primary. I .earnestly ; C. AC BEE.
of anllrlt Ibe support of the deatoeratle elector
aa, Intensified form anvery to t GROVE' 0" of th' oouDa,.
:. 'devilish action that can be con- i Eye Ear, Nose, Throat and E. L U.UY. For Coanly Coiaailaa:: leverDiet.. No. 3.

: '4>>elred \x> detroy"property or to intlm14ate Chest.FITZGERALD. for Clora;; Clrc;; .lt c.rt.: bereby .D__ mya/f a candidate. for
j, Coenly Commix Doer from DI U1< t Ha. H, .ul>-
the owner seems to be practiced. 7l / 1 b.reby announce mjraelf a eandldale for artlon or I I
''.\7helact exhibition of tills malice I. 1ULU1111U11111ILU111U1r OA. tbe oflloe of Clerk. of tbe Clra. Court of O.. I ILciA I will natCmy ebe it ua.urImo: riLe
:eoula Uoune,. tubjcct$ to tbe aotioD of the Pvui- adTanoement of tne whole. County.
lb.wo.t devilish and pernicious-th \ t 0 be held May 10th. and reberatlo I Ne' OOBUCT.
*peetfully 1Io1l..u tbe of the .
support peo I'I.
s crowding ,,act ,of heinous, coward, E. V. IWo AW.V For C* nly Ceuieilnetoeier Diet. No. 3. ,
u -of all 1 that has been I
: .brutality com
r Shoritf.To bereby announce m self a caodldsle lb.
'Bitted, The details .will bit, found offline. of County Comml.lonrr. for District No
: the Deoioeratli. Vow of Onooola Connly S. of Oieoula Connly and aollclt the of
: ;r} elsewhere and our readers will with f Ofl'f J. |W. THOMPSON, tbe I k.rtl>, announce myself as a ean
.:"_ aV themselves the question "Where ; :1 ; oKkoe of Sheriff 0. seta Coenty and ear- IL 8. PABTIK.
i : '" neatly soUuHtheeupportof all' D mo raia.J. .
'l.IItt End-What{ will It Result, to f ipN rn Funeral DJrectoh and EmI -. M. MA1.K.KE.: : .
.. For County Cemmlealouer District He, 4
County and to the State": if this 'i '- tS For .....riff.I .

jof lawlessness is not put and I } d tosrt} ! hereby. announce myself a candidate for' ikuutCusslaatoaer.LletrictN0./sIu.ueola.
slid toCattle thieving compared' to _. Sheriff of Oacoola County subject to she Sutton County, subject.lo tb.*action of the demuoraUo

'" aM Instance Is re.'peot.abie--beoa.ule; i Rp. 't'Y'ee. 'ltlt.i They: Arc j- :: .. of loll tbe tbe Demoeratle rapport ol rlmahr.the Demo I ieuecUuHy ratla voter ao-of primary. I,.F..WIUJAMS. .

:/ the tb.ttaeuroyi-xot the usefulness \ : K L D OVERATKCET. For Coeiufy CoaamUuloBer:: Diet. No. 4.
4 .:axwr,t.lleY.1u"ot the :cattle; but this At the ollcUailon of

!: Barbarity;not only cause .a loss of xr- .. CATALOG : for C.r.ty .r..... decided to beease a ray.eandMate nknr friends fo I have
,: f ttewr'Itslla< #............ ; County
' : Lbereby. announce myself a* a <'an \ .,MMPeral. t hundred dollar to Mr,' Hop- .-.r TELLS ABOUT THEM. re-election to tbe oOlee vf County Judrt of Oveoula will do all' la my power to further the beet Inlereet -
'J J lsta. Indlvlduallv; 'but destroy the .*, T. M, _MURPHY County, uhret to the action of lb. Uenorratle of the County,

";w t..loea.( of these animals In the cum : i bents leading varletlea. of Pecaaei "a y, IWM Primary Hiucerely to be beld Uaukln on. the Lb.Ruth voter day of o/ W. H.SAVAGE.Per .

ttunlty,".which Is d 1st lot, but It Is also a i Jnitlce of >tbe, Peace. NotaI : Aiaoa-completollaai KruHaadOruaiatal II toe f eleoud OOOUI I for wit Ibelr RTe| peat ray b.ui-.1>pon.Islets I pron and>l.. that County:: ce.;; .........., Dlatrlct .... B. r
i enemy
'' "';;thrust an'Industry To Do TBJIT IFD C Ci lo the, dUcharge of ...
''.;. ,oQ which at enterprise bang almost In the entire pros up- : Jy Putllc'State at Large : Catalogue trace Free.Xddreaa and. *hrubljr/. .-the tlutlrt W R of the JOHNttTOK.011I. I hereby of County announce Comuilolouer my candidacy from for Cowml the poItion -.

loner. District No 6. Odwola ,
':,jtertty,oftbe county and tbls section -frtncehi rat Darer i For Tar Collector.I :: to lie action of the dciBurratlc county pcimarlee subject. I t

rtof'tbe State. the depre- x n.Edat.a'e hereby aanounoe toy a* a candidate reapeetfully ollatt tb*la pon of my friends
: ; _, Heretofore UKISSIMMEE-' TH* e>*immc miros. ocx.JRMAL for' the position of lax Collector of Oaoeula for the _IUoa. and. prom I.., If elected to
'!datlons have been condoned to an exCriMiB . -. : FLORIDA JACKSONVIL.L.I6. fL.A. Coaoty.subject to Ibe action of U>. demo reUo carefully. guard every lutereet of tbe county
; it i prliaailee, and respectfully; : ollclt tbe supportof ; that come under the Bupervliloa tbe Board.
: Nd'l1 prosecutions have follow R'' l..... Hp.+F4............>*>... alt those having. a "o ... ._ promlaetodiMbarieUiediitleaof ,. A. 8. Ca.raBi.L.For .
_ 'Vbut, thU stroke Is too much for siaeetng'publlo == .'oJ ....,. -" -, -. -r--i- '-- --- -- reaelred by law the 011. a*

to bear. We can'no4p ....... <. S I. w. BASS.
Coutmlaeloner but. No. 3.AlM .
; loatlca to ourselves longer: allow It ( Cd $$ Per T.....COllector.:: .oitMtanouofmany .
friend I hereby
f& go1inpunlshed'U; ; we would protec'onrftelve and bereby aniioiint mvM>ira'candidate lot the
:: INDUSML SCHOOL oJ. announe ntyaelf a candidate for the' Bunco!
?: Cnd our property we must =-- : *. f lei Collector IB and far Oaceola coon Board from bleUirt No. S. ubeet] to tb. artloo
I ty, rabjeet to th* action of Lb. democratic nilmarlee. of IXnocratla frlmwy. If/ honored by the J
.: *roteot bur.neighbor! :. and pro rights -sl. f i 11 nominated and elected I proraU to people LIt..L with Intemte the ho toorloCoI pledf iaysU. to P

,r ,be derelict If they,fall to take cogni'canoe <1J \ s W aeepeeUolly 'be County Tbeupporio, V my frI la<1.throagbout
Jill u. Burros treelly
Ii. .
of this barbarity,, Ct>(rr*unannaladvenUfeelothoMwhewUldn review. before taklns. the Uulform ar., |>.latedGll: !
... y ..c:: 8ta4 Bxamlnutluii for Teaoheri, and to tbonewh''' with Intake.Khort eoune In Manual n For T.x Collector::
.J"1.1... ,. /sg.DnmesUabolenperudrbslpalCnlsarsdaringthe
h..5 For School Comntlaelonor
,..... I hereby announoe uyeelf a e..d1S.te for I Dint. No. 3. o
Syrp. Special SU Weeks Term, Tax Collector of Oaoeola County, ubleet to I hereby annoonce nyeelf .candidate
P Beflsslsf" April 11. tbe
"Xmrtted lately.,rel'eves hoarse, croupy 4 /1. .. action of Ibe democratic prim.." I eleuUon a* School I Com ml..Ion.r front Bill,

'"'. 3rcough,t ,' oppresbed ,rattling plDJ{ hl.BobI h..,'far..t 1yN7snte.tWbST.. outfloe .'- bulldmr with t-i W B1IAKINBOM. dulls no. t and 01 Lb.If odicc elected with I promlae the to dlaobarce the
mAderu 1
t, and; ''difficult brea. hIDi'. Henry C. <1J.res snhMh a eaelpmenU anety.qulpprd o. a Normal> .bopf"department I M.llu.ITr.IDlnlf a HlnhM ,8,
,J. .8tea.r1It Druggist, ShulUburg, Wls ; In .and.ewlp&. .'maeuttcuut urma.aiumsueDrtU Ws JONATHAN 8TRICKLAND ,
.writes )"' O0 :1901: "I have been II"" Pb,."a. j.nodUInr..afne.LeboreRr1.dl... .Cad ,ComplU,. goad l\koral' solicit.11.on....of any friends hereby anDounee -
oo Iti&a.... a school Orchestra. and, In. lue.Uoo .... wyeelf s For MerNe.t
Ballard'sHorehound Syrup p on the wuteo .h. of Tampa Day. *- --- to tthiuiettee J*the the Bcboel Board.I .
s.tleg : Ispa sof the mint Pf'OIr..I..not' buutlful Low. III Fiori.. Two floe doemltoNee yMieeia_ .ubJ of j
1Dr. 'Q..U1I., andhave never bad a l r and O".I.I >emo bPledgt m idserr luu Mayll(J.1MM If bereby annouioa myself' a* a candidate for
..;:.' that ha* slvcn ,better...* :=. Lb' Lb.'f eleeted.. support I ,a eN" papwho. /. li'SSS'i1\ .*IItMU'd. and of eollolt Publ'tbs!* J-atrueUon from

notice when I sell a bot- *T J-11'.o. .i-.oviat. TBitirr.JTJt -.....",.... voter n-Lbt support nrlm.of. .Lb.,,
\.IOD. hack for" more, I. can TUITION IS 1 FREE. promtaln' ,II elected to do all iSmV power \0
J: : d it."' , --I For Tax ..a.To .--... Count up. "** .. *'*. iaun*. /t the whole

\'-,,&by.Tbomason .Ie AKobersoo' I <1J II Teeewparetor.lye.d.Na.fwwepeal.let; need not exceed $4. Itnard'te dormltortei will.coat,.k.Nr':J.OO.per. .gl..lugApe..kaev. .. r TBJS,' PSMOCSATIO Vorxuor Oaceaka: CovTt *- '. B. Tt7NBLIlf.8ta. .
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41w.i.:\ ;: .. .. .. . . :: ::lnlfurnliibd.. *:- -*. Write forclruisrglviu.fell-_ .- tnformanonlnregardtolb.spec.F .. I hereby announce. mreelt a oeudldate for ..) Bxecutlve. ComaaltteeMiau.AttheaullcltaUon '
; = Isapoator ... . ;:
\ .r1g.. A. -- - -. -' re-election to the office of T.x AM.MUKW snbjeet

ar i f t iee.> 'l.a>. 'gradusfe'Of the 1{ JOSS .E. GWSiNGERPrincML[ led w the I promise I emoeratle the tame primary May and luth Impartial If alee- State.0DOuaMa. OAudldao of many, for friend Member I bersby of the aJ
l Democratic r
: ; J ., Executive:"
, 1 for Indians, andO tee In the future. MI bare Lr1ed0 : In Omeou County, and ecllolttbe Commlttea for
f're-naIDtngo..bucks of the patt. VerrreepectftiTiy.; 4emocratlo Support or the
(the L. P. voters of the COU01, ,
iaole.Ia Florida, 'waa yesterday ,, t A 1ANCAMEK. a
'owed to tfo ;BsaaAer Not- .j,.',
45.' Indian: promUlnic: toe?' Pane SIs S r ,

TavM One In 24 hours "'$'

VIUM Tiger"' took acre ,Ux>.,much .- I' 't

wat.erl..nd' In .oonsequenoe wasabt guararite '1:
beK2. the recorder. ,He was : ']

and nor ,fearing tbe amount ___ __ r,
sbor. to be sent to the .stockade rtJ farm, The' Normal week are; Mls'ses Bealah "Evans;"Or:: nunl11S)1Jt''ynuI'1'fP''DII !"nav.' I.. ,,
JudeNouio" bam;. knowing ,no, matter .kow long exposed review class opened with an enrollment lando; Flr.le Over treet, KlBslmmee! ; me immediate! relief add soon tbereaf- ". :'rI'P!;

fsithihi IDdiaD:. pla e.' ad .hie the of twenty, and a* new l studentsare Janle Henry, Mt. Dora; Alice Wilson, cures ter effected of a complete cu..-.- Similar '. .ray;* ..J
:allowed' him to go to actionof the air consumption, pneumonia ,. ,
of '
the,' sun'or' coming in from various parts of ; Ruth Little, Plant City; bronchitis) and grip .' 'I'
requiredt are '
ralMd ry
.prnvlded M the State from day to the class Mabel Tison. Kissimmee h'. the peerless numerous ,.. \ ;
day May Lewis
bolll'1l.' Weather and : ; : remedy for all throat i
Ia : : costs. no tt10re'than Kathleen; Neva Walden IUIIIC trouble.l 'I.a.nd .1
hlaTtjgervti'oa! t ..bliroumW; t* growing rapidly. It Is composedof DraldeotollVni' Price 60o '1. \
toabll.h a Lettie Nutt, Saalbel; Elizabeth Guaranteed bye >m.S :1tRi" <
dO"'t.o\ yolioi' .
i Inferior : men and :
\ who I
I ....., ID'tbe"-lI1ol. goods.GRAVES young women Ie. Orange Lake; Laura Oocio, I Cures Concha ,. .",,
.. -. .. .. and Cold lbw
wish review .. ,
.Tel.......-,17. to before taklagthe Uniform I. i Sarasota; Mattie Platt, San Antonio; I Mr. C. Peterson, 626 Lake '
,. h. State Teacher Examination and Messrs. Pasco Peters, Plant Cityt; Topeka Kan'.l.aYI .' Street \ .'t.
W .i'."fIO'IFCI".thu..e. Linton Tucker. San Antonio : 01 all cough ." /!
which will be held In June. and B. remedies Ballara'g( a . '
; the. ; ; D. Kendrick Plant Horehound,sup 5'
.. City ism' favorite
1se ; I'
The St. ; has done
Petersburg, has thelrelt and f
& School w111
svbo'1. GRAVES Tbe Belmont Hotel Is aU :J-/ ,
an a>.tYWb's4..; being used as that I. claimed for It.--to '' .
equipment for Normal schoolwork a Dormitory for the Normal student cure an speedily .t ;;
.eflttth.( ". Coughs and
IT ......;.. ( J '. ,to be found in South Florida. and they are del1hted..lrlt.b &the school 10 sweet and pleasant colc2a-aDd to ,I' I. I' r'l'; 't .}
aDd wbo.... _ and Abe town. the talt.e.:260 .
... .. The excellent faculty employed &beJ' f-tle.a"ThOm&;
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; Kl&slfflfflee Valley Gazette ::4:,* w trunks eft'atWataon's.: ; : Wade, the tnnr.''brJA.. clo; ; Go to Tres.t Z5r freak Brick Butter.*!*......

", Mrs. BawD, and. 5iMren'g-esthotni, ,UsbyCarriages. a4 W tbn.'s. Mr.. C.: E Franklin anQ j '
I ICoIIImr..1oner
t TKLKPHONHNO.1I.$ candidate Id this Issue for. School : \
again after visit'with Missouri this ] '
.a friends andre Mr. Bronson left ]
EVERY atlves on the East poast. week to take up her residence at St. for DbNo.1. | I.1'
> KHIDAY Franklin possessalj the qualifications
Petersburg1./ M...., Branson( 'Ia! s> good j
BY" v" Mr. and Mrs; W B.. Johnston .are necessary to fill' this most important '
HOUND HA' BUI S. the'fond, parents) Of a'; pretty little Chrla..laa lad", and we command her. office, and t.) a yeteran who j W ii9N8k' :
daughter born to Ac-m last 'rld.,. to Lbe food people of St., Petersburg. has grown gray la the servioe of'lobe j : :

For Insurance'go Burns Caldwell came up from Bar- democratic part,_ He will probably '
..OHUnOH DIBBOtORY.. J. M. Will-- '
Jr. tOw. a few day ago>nd stopped over be elected without opposition?. j
.17ae-;::: son, ; g ,; :
j MKTROOIIT' Pnaehlnt aob gab here a abort time with He Tress's'
r atb. 11 B.m.ag4 T o.oloeki Prayer meetina Miss F. L. Lester; who has: been .,li. was en route to Orlando for medical Oo to for fresh Brick: Butter. j.1 .

.411.)01.., Thundayerenlnr.::4ft Sunday 1 it m. Sabbath I, lting the family of Dr. Knnls at Narcoossee treatment of a throat. affection withwblch Mr. R O. Part In, ''whose announcement I : 14"r"M

J. F. IIKU' Puw>r.C left yesterday: for her home in he is troubled., 'e its a candidate for County. Commissioner j r .
B4Pt'1ft .u cK-O. J. rrler, Pulor.ohlns .- England.' -vMrs" for District No. 1. > ,( ""
;W'T 8ntl '*a m. and 7 p. m.DUa" ( Dr. T. :A. Neal of Atlanta. Oa.: needs appearsIn j CROCKERY !
week's issue
'I.'I 4 iM .... .'E., Fell'and ; this no' Introduction
P meattnt n. Sunday N. son Master E. pent a day or two. of the x.reek here ,
Ghool'.66 a, m. Prayer meeting every Tbur. N. Jr..arrived to the people of 'p oeola j 7'
on tbe..afternoon train with view of looatloff
prospecting, a ,
SayTp. JD Vlaltors laws welcome.; ., County. lIe hasain'past' years held
Wednesday and took the Belt He with
.'. . Sugar1 wag very favorably Impressed j SADDLE
ST. JO. Cfiaoorat: C..ttRC.D. ''for " positions of trust: to both this and Or
Xldd, Reolor. .nnrlom oa he .eaao month Nom I" . sngecounty,
ofh. pr r rrmon make hls'bome here.
lamd bolyonmvuinlou at 10:110..'.......", Kr.n I prayer,and ..,moo at T:30(: o'tlooV Sale.. .Sohool Shoes, at. $Stanford' (guaranteed fled with the'farming, and stock-rais j '

j P....TT..i "Ciiuaoii.-DJrlne werablpon Rev., E. H. Raynor will preach at lag interests of this- section and'per- I :
every Brat Sunday and third Buoday In each hnps as wt"IL&I"aD1 -other man understands -
Iraoulh. Morntaic cerTlov) at 11 tn, ...., EvennoB.iI : the .CtorUtlat Church next Sunday Mesdames D. C. Lee, M. A. F rns- the need. of the 'j '
''' at 7:00 m. Sunday Svbnol at morning and evening. The I worth A. 1.. Chandler and 8.n Aull- county 1' QSB'I '
I l': C. Eaer.Poi at a71bOtar k.., cordially Invited. man are attending the annual meetingof Try that Butter at Tress's-be.t.'on i : :ALL nooDS''MASKED

lenrbodyUmoitoordiaU aMtlol Thu..dalven4ne. ,invited- to.Prt.udth.e.v- Mrs. J. 'z. Roberson and Misses the W. O. T. U. oT the State Lake ,the market. .
....10.1.. City this week, leaving, here Tuesday '
Bettle and Jesna .Gardner ,attended Judge Parker has been cutting and '
"ALBX: D TIn.ON.flupt.of g. g.tlclelWsatber political speaking and barbecue at af noon fur that purpose.Mr. _shipping) celery this week and! although ; SATISFACTION .:iGDARAMTEED '

-.' - -- ,. .. Uaituwgyesterday. A. L. Winch left yesterday for the price is CJOm'Para..I.eJyloW\ .
bin home In Boston 1>Iallll. He has he is not at all discouraged with hisexperiment. v
: Report. Dr. Simpson will be from his
LrsGTcs; T..r.aATo._w$_*.i KNtwTwciuitxn' : office for threw weeks from away the. 18th been a truest at the Park Hotel for the Under the circumstances , '
t Inst. Parties past several month He was here for his expense account was heavy yet If 1ojr' .
bU immediate ,
Evs$1N.. April 1 Ib, Itsu. services should needing him before that. the benefit of his health which, we are present, prices rule a short. while long- n oo P oo fT oooo
e pleased to !know, baa improved since er-he will\) not only get 'back what he ' ; .. .
aalnfall. he has the and for the ,_ , '
Max. .
came. outon
Mln. paid crop -
: date.Mr. -- - --;----:---'- -'--: ,-.
r - ---.:- .'K. Libby left on Tuesday night Dr. 'A. B. Cundy, representing A. i tiling but will get,a profU ,-besides.He .- "
for his home In.Ifoxcroft Me. after has made of the enterprise -
M ,417 \ ; K. Uawkes, of Atlanta, spent a part, a success .. ., , ..,_ .
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spending the winter his relatives and will not only continue growing .
urday..., O eJ .20.: among of.last week at the. Osceola Pharmacy. : ' : -- '--L
ISinday r.,..,. '7fI M . ... .In this county. A goodly DUi&ber of our citizen took celery but other vegetables also. : '

[TiMday.-Id'.4T.:... 112 1>13' -nlord'ha. just received a full advantage of the opRonunttyio; have Special bargains. In Pound Goods :
I W dne.d y....,' / M line of samples} from Royal Tailors.Mr. tholr eyes tested and glasses fitted by' and Short Lengths at the Remnant BanMissimfflcc
iTto'indav...'.... ; 11:1 40 ',' this reliable llrra. Store ,
--- and Mr.. James Griffin left op i ,
.f. A. KIMPBOK. P. M. Saturday. for New Smyrna to visit the An aggregation of ball tossers from Quite a number of residents of this ,. '.
parents .of Mr. Griffin. They will be this place went up to Winter Park place went to Orlando Wednesday to '

away about a month. Monday to engage in a frame with the witness a race of a quarter of-'a mile t
Our rat*" for Insertion of e.dvet'Lllie' Hulling That the home -"Wllbur Florida bred '
College team. between
a Offers to Customers Facility 7r
LADJIi: ATTENTION! Ribbon sale ,Every ;
the reading\ matter
J meats among ( on boys ran up against a tough proposition mare belonging to. Alex Powers and

this page I Is.ten cents per line eax;!*, In- on .Monday- -WARiuu-Duv at Coot.\ GOODS Co. Is proven by the score" ': Klvslm-' "Little Tom," belonging to Deasdall ' Consistent with Spun tl,;Management., : :' ". '
1 mee 6f Uolllca 32 > & Co' of Orlando. 'The- Klsalmmeans t ," N
sertlon. 'S r
_____ _. __, __ W. J. McCracken left on Tuesday Tbeltrm.ofWartna-. reeL and went prepared to back Wilbur to the -4- . -'
- n for his home in Nebraska. He has. extend of their cash but Little
the ready : Personal Attention to All ,Business Intrusted to
Waring Dry Goods Co. have exchanged , o'
looooooeoocoooooo* Hold six or seven carloads of horses TDm' backer' were not so ready to
business weekand
here the fall and winter of take the money luckily for our people -

Local News.. Dllge who has been spending old stand now the of Hratton first named& Oulce occupy and the the margin as Little of 28 Tom feet. won We the understand. dash by t.hat.the'race a. ,N. B. CARSON: ,cA men.. : +' ,

Hoiho time with her 'parents, Mr. and latter is In the room formerly occupied .. 4 r rm
1The for of
Mrs. H'toll in this place left on Saturday by W. J. Waring.The was a purse $1,000.00. :.:'- ; ,t. ,

ooooooooooooootx for her home In Chicago. H. Try that Butter at. Tress'. Best on by x"
friends of Mr. and Mrs: J. '

lake Is getting low. 2.1 Ihs Ice with every you buy Prevail will regret to )learn of the market.
of Graves & Graves. death of their two year-old son which Monday clear report of a : ; r,,
.Pleasant weather this week. occurred Monday afternoon The remains pistol shot ringing out upon the stillness 1 I

New lot Pattern HaLl at Stanford's.Don't tion Time made Babe to U the having Sunny South large Livery addi- on TUt"Ndl&Y.'e were interred extend at Pleasant condolenceto 11111 agonizing of the night scream/ followed and exclamationsof later by an , S

forget to register Ijefore the Stable The former building was too the bereaved family. "Oh, my Godl Helpl I'm shot! Geta
20th. small for the growing business. doctor quick!" led those ;iwhp heard H. C. '
Mrs. liuchnuan former residentof Stanford has an up-to-date line ofM"D'II the commotion to thick: that a dread-
For correct Tailoring call on Stan HILLs, Neckwear, to.
. this place, stopped over here a day fut tragedy. had taken place on our
ford.. or two of thawcek with relatives whileen We regret to know that, the 10 year. streets. Hurrying to the vicinity of .. 1 t ; ii
P. A. Van Agnew visited> Jacksonville route to her homo in Alabama. old son ot K. 13. Bryant is criticallyill the freight/ depot the' exclamationswere The Oriolnator l Low
this week. at his horne in this place. The little found to proceed from a young .' ?
White and Black Crushed Kid Belts man who was bareheaded and bare- rrlG6 In Klsslmmee l !
Mrs. Llghtaey went down to Bar- fellow suffered an attack of mea- ,
al : roles! sometime ago, which ",,followed. footed, who said he had been shot In
tow last Sunday. Gray will hold his next visit by pneumonia. ills present troubles the back by some one. He was bur- : :
Perfection Canopies at Graves A ned to the sanitarium. of Dr. Thom- InVite Attention ads
ut Ion to St. Jotina "KplRi-opnl; l churchon are now similar to neural 'la. t'DpifN q ;
Graves.Dr. Sunday Evening next at 7.30. The ason all the time giving expression to
J. K.: Knnls of Narcoos was public are cOrlally Invited to attend.> Lost, mislaid, s..rar.ed. or died from such pitiful lamentations as led his .'
In town yesurday.lion. neglest or misuse.'Ihe lCit>immeeflre companions to think that he was mor Spring and Summerl904." ; w fi
\Vlckless Oil Stoves at \Vat..on'l.ifra.
I limit. It Is up to the City Council to tally wounded. At the sanitarium he .
J. M. Bryan kit yesterday for Harned returned to. her homein discover Its whereabouts and to restore could not wait for the doctor to dress I '
s trip"to the East Co ant. It to usefulness If alive; If not to
New York Saturday after a month' himself, but insisted' that be needed .
4Rc. Dann her friends here which have the remains removed beyond the immediate attention the doctor
Let It rain! Umbrellas visit among so
the Hhoe Man.Hurbert was pleasant alike to her and to them. corporation and properly interred or. ghostlike !In his night robe unrobeJthe In calling the attention: the public to my Spring and Sum- '
cremated. stock of 1904 do so.wlth'con&lder conscious'as '
would-be wounded man to flnd- mer ble"Qride. 'n t'
Fleming made, a business "Phone orders W promptly& OVaIS'J'RJCET delivered.. Misses Firsie Ove'rslreet and. Mabel not a sign of a scratch or Indenture. I am of the fact. that it I U far superior In quantity,' quality and all' ' '
" trip to Tampa Wetlnl".day. TUoa left op Saturday last for St. upon his body although/ he put. his other points of excellence than that''any' 'previous 'season, arid tfof.' "
f. : C. W. Ward from The inside of the Tohopekallga Is finger the, to him,' supposed bul-
{ lie.: rationed Petersburg to take a course in the upon therefore lam bettsr to take 'care pf the needs .of
and otherwise let hole. He finally convincedthat preparee my,.
; Washin"wa' Monday night. bel rig remodeled repainted Normal and Industrial School. They was '
Orlandoonbusineas Improved.\ An enlargement :rot have taught several .successful terms his body was still free from bullet customers. The stock is full, complete-:-evary available inch of

EarneetOveratreeI. went to the house is in contemplation "we" are of school this county and their efforts wounds and -when circumstances space in'the store being utilized-therefore it'',will be' impossible .

Saturday. Informed.Mr. : i/o better! prepare themselves In of the affair became known It was then in this spacaeven to mention the numerous articles that are on;

I r' lea Elegant.lot received Laces at Stanford's.Patrick and Kinbrolder-. li.: T. Hall returned home from hacalling is very commendable.New very hallunicatlon evident that caused be was by the the victim fright ofa the. shelves and counters; in fact but a very few of them can: be /1// ,. IJ

just Doll's Mill. We' regret to know that shapes Men's Bats atKatx'a. of tha shot that caused him as much mentioned at alt :Special attention however is called to the following ; .

: L.- Henry left last night to he Is suffering from rheumatism to Mr. John Oliver of Orlando, but agony as'If he really bad been ..ho.It. ...- lines.;! ''y "
: spend the!! summer- al Turin, Ga. such an extent aa U> incapacitate him late of Gainesville, Ga.wa.i. in town seems that. the young man. bad engaged SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS.-The latest '
Stanford's New Spring Hoods hay, for work: with another the 't .
Tuesday In the Interest of the Florida in a> scrap on
f Isrrlved-a[ large and elegant line., Mar Standard i'atterns' at K '' Co-operative Telephone Co., which he streets earlier tn the night and night designs, most fashionable paters the most useful and ,wearable; : : ;),'

55 Wagon repairing a specialty. SatIsfaction also\ Designers.. , Bay U proposing to pump a. line from watchman Tanner was looking for fabrics are hare.; NO lady should buy mate 1als''forher summer ..'' ,',. ',,;,1'

t: '<" guaranteed. l:. 1'. Dann. Mr. 8. B. Aultman? has been at home Jacksonville to Tampa"and equip It him when tie came upon him In the wear before seeing these goods and getting ourpricesAsk.; to: :-11" '

during the pant w-k. He lids sold his in first-class style. We failed to learn dark and the young fellow finding himself be showd our line of lawns. Special selections' of these goods'were '
Lee and. Alma
about the
I Misses Eunice the encouragement he received from to be captured ran when
spent Saturday afternoon in Orlando. laundry business.In Tumpa and will our people.Mr. oflioe'r approached, who fired his pistol well as in zephyr and ('mercerized 'ginghams, Madras ,

, i{!",' ,Delineator and Designer for Mav alDann's take gaglng a respite In anything from; business eli e. beforeen- B. H. Fggersgleuss left for his in the air to frighten him. That and Danish materials for leight weight' ekirts,,;'and the Jatest ,

j the Shoe man. homo In Milwaukee last Saturday. he succeeded no one doubts. But the creations in shirt waist material, ,
Attention Candidates! The time for
boys all the joke Is on the officer
t Ilo had been here a month or more enjoying say '
' Large shipments of vegetables! are filing your pledge and paying your tho of fishing which the and that the lamentations of ris- LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.-Everythingffor L pin.-

; (made from this placo every day _now..' assessments In oilier to have your Inko and adjacent sport streaaia alTjoi-d' oner soared him almost as badly I as poses, in all'the latest styles:-good, better, best '!in' "quality/yet, I .- '

. Lieut. Col. W. B.: 'adman was I In names' printed on tliw oniclnl 21st ballot expires I lie was at one dote n resident of the his shot did the.prisoner. but one grade in price, the lowest-,not the cheapest for "chea ,", ', %
',town Wednesday business. next Thursday. : unity and his visit was a pleasure to I e-enera.lly'means inferior and this we do not carry In'these goods. ,
Messrs. U. H. VVafaon( ..T.V.. Simpson 'liis, old, juaIntancc-8.: n41 expects to "
t Phone us your Meat Orders.WABINU and Geo. W Hopkins and wlfoofKlsslmmee CLlIIIO again next winter r
& OvERiiTKEpT. : spent yesterday In the A very fine line and also fine line material far window curtains;i; '

I George Parker came up from Lakeland city and were guests at tho San Juan. : Buy your Shoes from Stanford, the AT CORSETS.-.-longfe I '

I to-visit the home folks Sunday.R. : . Orlando Star, Tuesday. old reliable shoe man. shorts, girdles Jand nurses. There may be cheaper",,.corset* Cen i *14

D. Fuller went Orlando yesterday Choice Western Beef Wednesdays Work on the new dock U progressing THE WARING DRY GOODS CO: the market, but there are none better:"pei-ftctC, fitting, J a,
I, and Saturdays: at C. W. Orll"o'a. finely this week. The piling has i
to look after his property nearthere. about all been pumped down which isthp comfortable wearers'and built for long service.1Queen '
1 We to state that religious ,
are requested!
Contractor 1m"
t the
services will lie held at Bethel greater part Qf Job. -
, If you want a Delineator Pattern go Hassville Mathewa has had trouble in getting '.
to Danti, the Shoe Man. church (formerly known as ) sufficient help al every one: was ,.s'ec.: t' :for :
in this month-
I the fourth Sunday ,
when the work began, but has a
i Attorney O.; W. Stevens of Tampa Rev. J. T. Reaves will till the pulpit. busy
K ? good force now and they will rush its. .Quality Shoes' for Ladles. .i .
wns here oa professional business Mrs. Scales of Mississippi, and completion with all pobsitile despatch '/<1 ..

j &lor>.Jny.ArtTthlrig. !Mrs. Gantt, of Tampa, the former a FREEI W. L. Douglas, Shoes for Men. \. "i
and W. J.
Senatdr C. A. Carson
!In the Meat line tomorrow cousin and the latter a niece of Mrs ',- 4"t. .. '
I Mr. and Bryan were nominated as delegates :
& ererstrpet's.! Jno Wilder, are visiting
tftt Waring
, be voted for "
Mrs. Wilder out at IJllllard's Island. for the State at large to
;t Mr. J. E. Crawford of Orange was in the primary, to attend the nominating ',; .
', "circulating' among.hie friends of this Just think of I it! 1.48 buys a Trunk convention at Ht. Louis, by the .. . . , r '" u,<,i?'S", y
d I o
al nllonn''ho Shoe Man. Hearst Convention! which met In Jack- t .
place yesterday. $
". .' I Olt
I f The friends of Sheriff PrevaM will sonville last week. Hon. J. M. Bryan I' ''';- J r' 't .,

, 'f'Dr.. Hicks and little jlTandda.ullhter."Crace after-, regret to learn that he has been suffering was nominated by the same body as a. I C. A. CARSON Pr..ld..t. w. C.' .- 4::.... .. ,xT '
Saturday -
Jolly, spent I ,
for some time past from an attackof candidate for executive commltteemanfor LiquozoneGiven 1""
'>% 9n In Orlando. pneumonia. We are pleased however the State at large. : :a: :E: :: "

well for making that be Is improv I - \ ..... I,
Lancaster is equipped to now
. We learn that Mr. il. C. Chapman .. ': ",
.. photographs call and examine, leas work.or enlarging. ing.Dr. D., F. Buck; of New York arrived proprietor his family will of. Hotel leave Klsslmraee during\ the, next and Away at Waters & Carson Grocery' -Co. II < )

Jfts. Jordan of Dade City is visiting here last night en route to Fort few days for Green Farms Conn., .
her daughter Mrs. George OUr Myers: 'where he will probably invent where they will prepare their' summerhouse ,, ., ', t't.
.. .
-Wl&ol14I d Retail Dl ralOIR. .i
From here he the Beacbslde Inn,for the oom- a
bert of this place. In an orange grove. "
' Dann's will be. accompanied by Mr. A. D. G11-. log season. During his absence. the KissimmeeDRUG 4COUwTY '
"Take E. P. [
ti Tour horses to and house here will be looked after by O' .ER'I.S t 1'I
shoes .
Shop'to b..e '- -
bert.Matched which Is -
"Dad" Graves, a guaranteethat
"" .
Laces and In.ertloD.-New .10
1 fitted. C' s.:. ,
its .
it will be kept up to present ...
.i'Mrs Olin P. Hughey of Bradentownt Styles at Katz's. high standard. -.- CO. : ;;" ,'Irtt iI' .1'J
> TlsUlog the family of her father-in- Robert Duroff attended the marriageof : We have moved our Market and : 1 "'" 'AOEKT3 POAII !kC \ ,.;;I,; {-I

In-d lawfL, P. Hughey. Mr. W. D. Wiseinan and Miss Bertha Stock of Groceries into the building ;'. '

{ Grove'lor Knight .at Florahome, Putnam. lately occupied by Gulce & B ration AY _
Sale. $5,000.00.
; Orange The is : c lebrotei1 Fertl1izers CRATES ;.1;
r county, Tuesday night. groom and are now prepared to furnish the I l I '
:,crop last year S2,5oo.0oJ. ; a cousin of Mr. Duroff and Is a former trade with the very best fancy and
Jr. : ,
, Costs GRAIN 'E' c ,
r resident of this place. family Groceries and cholo Florida ; ;

A IOU was born to Mr. and Mrs. B. New lot oWPicture Moulding Just arrived and Western Meats of all kinds. We : 'Cirealais ... Prices 1 },,.; ,SyYrPtra4Y.d

H. Bass Tuesday morning. Mother Thompson's... solicit a share of your patronage. : w A..floatkal, .
and child doing: well. Phone 61 WARINO: & OYHESTEEET.RO : .. you .
Mrs. D'Aeth of Tampa, sister of our ..
r.M"i., P. Peeler has been quite ill 'fellow townsman S. H. Bullock aftera : I" -" '' "
r. '
J this week but we are nleasbd to knowis visit of.enral daI' visit with his Nothing! : 'H'IDE'S': ; FU R.IS W'I'OO'L"' : :" .., ,: t i tx

Improving at this time. family in this place, left yesterday afternoon ,r -J i" .. ... ,
called to the adv. of to visit other relatives and .r ,, !' .'lIO:
Attention U "
\ KaU's- Special Remnant Sale published friends-N IorcoOSIl88. Ooun'tryo4. :: .,Q'O, ";..: "8peolairtg: : .;; I :, (" ,," :' '1'

elsewhere in thU issue.t Visiting Cards 100 at Dann'a the !: .. ''fi l r'\..
Mis Jean Caldwelll, baa accepted a Shoe Man. '"'"' ri :, ,. ; :,

position a* saleslady in the mercantile Through the efforts Of their sitar e l; ." 6", \""

,..itablisbment; of M. Ka"1" Del W..J. Bears, Oa K. Roberts and Y 'i ,!\ .

a.(Mf.. and MrsiB.,i.. Leslie went to. James Johnson who were IIOr\'loa'Mn. FREE: ; ALLKINDSOP ....: 4 ,:. tr t .."'I 'i ,
tences In the 'P8ol&.eat.larY'ortobecrlm"of + f,,
and ret.urntt1.e4 "
jfOrlanfto Tuesday at noon larceny have"been pardoned,, and ', ., JOB.vtl"'ODK' DOETR) : '
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. ,Wednwtdnt afternoon.' .' restored to cltUenshlp."( ; : '. .. _., # : . c<1'. .,. .. \ .. .. ii' ''' .' ...' .' .. H' '.. ,.-.<.{<;.1, 'H3, :' "V" .. ,
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: .1f1o ? nh r.s tlt: t.H dJ walk made about to them niy'When prison 1 I was.-nUe experienced to ftqQThng3 JOHN L. BEAMAN

nome relief by looking 'out of the window ,. 1o J&PARL ,

an "employment to which inj

i guardA had-uo reason to object, for 1 I d.NP rPJJ" TO I .'

was <
'. .. a tall tower;' Tji'o viewfrom/ dy prl- v, ,Dtw.t. Ok'r \ Livery FBDd

ion was extremely beautiful Nests Cream throe tablcRpooufnls o(, but.. Lj'-Sa18I 4'

I. !Hug nmonfc the groves: of plane and cypress t..rl,1a.l; / griultia}iy!: one cupful of sugartwo :

'tritT00t1, which crown the 81JeX'or the Irl eggs well beaten ami half a cupful
{ angular: figure/ present nd by Consiststinople. of milk; mix oiio nnl three-fourth) Stable. J3! ii, Stable!
.v could) discern what appearedTo 'enpfiils of sifted flour; add two level l ,,

"r v be another but smaller city Tenjenjoiifdy ;" 'leaepnottfalsof( baking powder; _ndI :! < .'

i WALTER BLOOMFIELD Immured and from the ex I bin to the )utter and sugar; brat ante

t, f : trnordlnnry splendor of Itlll. marble Rtnnolli! ; bake] in greased; jelly caVi;
M f And glided klosques itA pavlllonx, gar: pans, ten injmttes In n moderate oven ; Finest Turnouts in 'Town. a
Coprrlrbt laea'br BOMST Box jci dens! and (otmtitins'I was sure it I Iconld I'pli"n1''t stand( < in the pans thru

XI. of the name- frigate In charge,:: -of tin be no other th.nn I the superb pal .mini')os. turn O\lt.IIII(1 when cole\

Continued. acme two young Turks, who sat crosa nee city called( the Seraglio, the home "IrI.1 wllli orange fllllns.MflimiMl : .

_i,, legged'on either side and eyed me will of the nrand< Turk hhn-c.lf. Everyday "
With welllngaaJls and flying the -- Acnf
Venetian flag the Oriel Mallpletro kept an air of grave curiosity. \\'e: were would, Mmid for L:0"1"11'lit mj y.ctmnit J'nd" 'IBIRMxkp -. [ for Slan ard OllCOmDanJ:

ber A ; close to( a port the like of which for window fenKtlnff my eye on the< it (onion mixture with three f'I .
course light breeze was blowIng .
magnificence I had never seen.. Th wealth of natural I I liennly heft ..- me tiiiileKpnoiifuM of lemon juice, 'Rrntiiinl / ,<
contrary tot the.Turk*, but favorable ,
sea was dotted with small crafts and Occasionally there would 1 lie, n large! I ( .,if our lemon, threes level! table' "
for us, so that we approached
'oilier rowing boats!, but not more thnn two assemblage! of persona xxlllnn the( gardens Hi| <> nfiili of butter. ; cook thepe for two
each but The Tarks bad
slowly otter Turkish frigateswere In fcljjlil enelo'ed! by lime, outer wnlls ol nihnitci. ; mill. ocr cup> of sugar and! IlSSIM'MEE'RIVER VSTEAMCTl

flredupnly four times, and our vessel With a heavy heart I observed that the? Serasllo. the gates' woti'' ,b'e'< Hire1* "fK; beaten:\ n little; Ptlr until mixtrre '
bad not been touched. Armed with
the vessel I was aboard held the Orl opened, and n proc-e ion of jrraodeesblntlnc C.; !";.
pistols and cutlasses, our little band :Mallpletro In tow, and that both the! / wish jewels and! bflshtly[ colored of brandyeprrnd: six, : slices
lay upon the deck close to the Bide
masts of the frlgntoon were cut away silks come forth, nrvitnipniiled of stale hrratl with flits! 1 lemon mixture ROUTL
awaiting whatever be In
might store
/ and her name effaced from her prow by the im.fde' of i si'rune; !In..I'lInwnls.. n.Nl-Hrr.inso" I tin-in In n buttered ('Im- .
for ua, and awe 10 lay I roughly as by an adze. My emotions the stains! of which, would sometlmei!! flln? mould; beat two eggs! fc little; add
llamlsa the hope that harm In-
m no was were strangely conflicting.; I had lost Saintly: reach my ear. Im1, I was. at toe tl-rce( tuhleKpoonfulH. of sugar; a lunch STEAMER KO8EADA,
tended to na, that oar alarm was ill LILLIE
everything except my life and doubted great; a !height to ijuike on: the principal if salt iiinl, one Johnson
founded, and aa minute racc<*eded mln Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay
.not but It would have been better had figures In the I'TOI"-lon, and 01 rr brful: : t cover.a stud< net in n pan of
ate and still the Turk did.not open Regular weekly trips to Hasslngfr and. return, Roaeada leaves ICI..lpvme ..JJ :,:
I fallen like the brave IVrunia: but though I guessed that cm shell ocennlons hot water; lake!. one hour In a moderate : _. '
Bw upon ua, I expressed my opinion and arrives Klsslmmeo: ) ["lda, evening.
the face of nature was glorious beyond the Sultan was shout' to ride o\cii. Tuesday morning,
to the captain who lay at my aide but ; dt'lIcrlptlon-pt'n or brush, wielded through the streets of hU city I did --- Special Charter Trips to Lake Okcvchobee and Fort Myers on the Um8'c "

ie Tonchaafed me no reply. by whatever hand would equally not know no poMtix-dy Onlflc 111 nftln.. Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable. r

The left born of the crescent ot fall to depict It On a calm sea under At last all trace of my bodily, injuries sent two l'iK'l'Iuratel" neld to the The most picturesque Waterway In )Florida.

.' ,; Turkish; ablpa being now quite close a cloudless sky we drew nearer and was gene, nnd! I enjoyed a< (rood. yitUdituicpint 1 of milk two cupful of For :'Passenger and Freight Rates apply to

*12e Intention of the Turks was per- nearer to a beautiful city whose elided health an. N. possible1!! Jn i i a young; and kifte'll dour oft' tOMHnooilflll! of BBlt mid] CLAY JOHNSON, SR.. Proprietor i'

cetVedn for the foremost vessel lfUierJeUowa minarets and domes shone resplendently vigorous! man denied outdoor exercise I one tablespoon! | of 'mum eiICd 1 butter: beat On board "LJllle," Klsslmtnoo, Fla .

. and bore right dawn upon in the summer sun. The prospect and oppressed! wltb anxiety I knew inilll Kinofitli, ; then mid the whites cf ,

-11" till, however' without firing was so entrancing that as I regardedIt not how long 'had,\ lieen lu my prison?. the eggs: beaten stilt! JLkfn. two and n ''

"llrea They hope to take our property and I momentarily lost thought ,CJf my but I obserxed, 'that the days appearedsomewhat half lase1 1 li'zispoonftilH, of 1 baking; V'\\; : yeach M (ou-fln quarters, turn I In the ec'.to; ..

'' undamaged" remember- dreadful plight. Approaching yet sho.Mer than when" I Will' tier( ': Mlicn nell :iilxccfTiiikq; In greened f' tnpUi.H! ; bake In' moderate( oven
deatfai, not captivity. These were the< first brought there" acid that: the h'Atof muffin riiiB; In the oxen or on "the
f nearer, a dome of enormous size: and 1 thirty mlnuti-s, tool slightly, turn out
i last word I beard the noble captain noon wan less (11'1)1'.1\1'' I WItS /Ki'liMlo.< lll M easier to bnk in, mil(tin
superb proportions met my saxe.: 0:1 a (pla'ter and tnrw with thin: whipin -
peak. After a few minutes of almost which I thought could be no other about to 11/1"1'1 that tI,('"" facts. l Mel vas; on tliu nt.ildlp; bociuittcof ltd t
U 1 reutn.
f breathless ollence tie. Turkish frigate than the Mosque of St. Sophln ]III the me to reconsider my portion> but dint' In-lit< : : If I linked' In the oven heat the < 's

IEL fouled the lee aide of the Orlo Mills city of Coustantine. And such, Ind'cvl,! would not be accurate, for Ifs eonsld-. linn iiixl till! tli- linen in- IJIletro and, with a wild shout .01 It eratlon.xvns never for a moment nl>- iilx: n hot fix mi ; bake twenty minutes./ : SPANISH( OMHl.ET. I
"0triumph, an overwhelming force ot was sent from my mind l. jet rnuld I In no If 1 Ii.ikeil, 1 <,in the ,riddle turn wheu Beat three egg* until light add 10 Mix: toRilher' half a pound ea<' h of

Turkish sailor leaped aboard the frlvatOon. I way n'ollnt' for ::1I.ll't'IIIi1'1I1 i meted liven ui.d Kt ; broxx on both sides them three ta.l>u- |>iibf\il\ of milk n (flour, currents, seeded raisins ,potut -

And then ensued a most CIIAPTEItlh 1 oat to use xThli-h must 1 iii1 thought; :Ittle salt and iiipper, 1'ut Into a fryIng I cs sad.] carrot grated and suit i hop-

bloody hand-to-hand fight of which BOO IB TBUHMXMHIS RECORD cox- at once useless and exprnxive to my Turkl.h Moul" I I \ pun one teufpcionful of l bllIl'l' I"'d|( l fine. one tra" l-oonful oi'hof ,

y* at first the Venetians had much tbe CLUDED. captors. One. inoriilnu; my brow' wits r,,o\ one: fourth cup of well washed: I When hot add the egg mixture \\'1"11 ..10\1's and! < !nn
better. Our enemies were too dOle November 22.-Though grailnnlly recovering fexerlsh. from )>roliiiiil I ilimLiinr: of r.<'" in use 'iiuiirt of hinting; xxatcr until I''the omeiet Is. tllnMly I browned, orhe suds. ,Iii iulxii-l In a little "I'i .dxa- ,

1 upon na to permit of the employment << from the effects of the: terrible these tiling; nnd! 1 was innn.! Rain 11-11 re--iri.v, ) tender" aUvuL fifteen! rilimte; ( buttons add, hall a cup of cl !1..1' ; aId, hull a cup or mida'iihalf ,

fi( 40f any weapon but the cutlass, but olAbat strain to which I had been' .pul- ally oppreoMc'ci xvlth i unse of my i posy> then i 1111111' (fIT the. water, i.nd pour over'ii \ ml Died( xvlth a Litlli liu-.y( Imp it i cup of augur nne teaspunnfrt: ] :; of I

we made very effective uee, for jected in the recent fight and the cruel erlessnc"! to help myself. when I 'liS I IIH.IIM e>f lir' .wii Mock' and eok IM>I.1| onion and u little mimed, UHIMI : ) .:. ard one. b< atiiKK: : w.u-n xvl|

t:' :being close to tbe tide of the vessel,, wounds Inflicted by my captors on my startled! by the Hound of my dear 1 being; until tender,: ; put two cupful' of stoxvednul I pt-pprr.| i Kohl Ihi- ('initlet l In half Turn mh..1, |path tnt! i It Kiia-fl nun.i.l nut

;L .and our whereabouts unknown tothe ankles and wrists I was Mill unableto ,) unliarreiL( I did not kmixv time }- em V. Mi.-iin.'d toimito in un agate; ; It out on a hot platter: tad: Bprnk. ! .' h.1ror\ txMi :hours' ; R, I'M' with hard

,Jlrt party of Turks who boarded us. help myself in any way. The vessel but from the appearance' of the c-ltj JieM< l ii:,, slice of onion eight| | pcir| | 0r t the (\>p a little vu ppttl' I'll' I'll' saner, inn.'' b>. erm'Uinlng! rne'L'mrth'

They leaped aa It were upon the points I wa.s aboard being arrived alongsidethe < 1 below I knewit WAS too ('o-I.' tor the co.-ii'.
of our blades and so suffered great quay; it was found neVes"ary to arrival of my Rimrd. and the regularIty : Knit! and r. mull buy Ie'nt. rook; l 1"\\i
y. > 1o .. But the odds against Us were atbonsand carry me ashore, which wn accordingly ( of their nit'ndniin: XXK :proiul-- half nn hour' ; add, this to' Ube( rice and I TOMATO ('!to\\" JJR. ouitlvlx. add. tine u>ii.p
.' to one and with fatal effect done by the same two young Turks neat feature I In the niiid tw'o talilespooiifuls. ..f Inittcr. Sll-e rir--ijrt| ,' |......"i nf -ill exlrn t. pl.'- lightly;: ; nn. a glass dish \

t, *lie Barks baIted to avenge the defeat who had tended me since the lay of of my life Soon my ctirluslt; nil.!, one and] one,half tnblexiKKiiifnln : I pork very thinly. Fry It a light (,0,1,I grab a II.tic'" niitruK ovvr It. '' "

'of their fellows. Captain Perugia fell my capture. I 'was placed on a litter tons turned, to ilie\iu-e-.sil>',e delight: asa of "flour; stir until smooth then i Ii.uwn.I vlHi'; Oil'.' t..l..1..1". "''M" UltiOIlliiiir. r

Bead at my feet his heart transfixed and securely strapped to It ; not I be- u)1dd10-aged geiiIlcousrt( In En robots a I add l It to rlie. boiling; scup mid )lot fix-lc l :. d. ('( ok it ilellctu* brawn then I C-U-VKS: WIAIXS 1 \\,I'll; TOMATOES: I

*>y the broad blade of a ferocious Turk Here because of any fear that I should dress entered my 10o ti nnd iMiinieilhis ( one iiiinutc'; nib through n One Hiexf. I adtl two< icxd I lallc,i"ujni'f-il( of flour four cold, water over one "..t of .j,

whom: be bad partly disabled;; nearly attempt to escape but to prevent myfalling right bund toward me. say' ins; hiexeelk'iit return tn lime lire: mold sat, : and li.'Mijrto ' i Cock, stirring:, tar Bxe iiiln.itc", Turnthis -alns ; tie them In a pieces! of < h..>rse-

t Ul our.llttle band were dead or dying off. These preparations made. English ". .u,1 n-orniu, sir I m mueou; serve hot. I I Into a tTewpun.. add
t .% and above the din of the fight resound- there came to me a Turk older l and I" your name True-man'::'" ----'- eLobster I t watir. quarter nip of washed, rice, Oll'lori :: i-liniper\ flftic'ii'; 1IU teens
rd the shrieks of: the women !Imprisoned more handsomely dressed than the I could not restrain hearIIIR r .rrl.
joy at
my I Bud xxhen old rut
fat Ifiliiter meat in i <]u ran or '".nUI '"
fjea',1pieci :
below.I young Turks nix:! attendants/ who regarded ; my native tongue spoken once very : :
/ I H; put" one cupful of milk tin io\preil. fir b< ai.i with them: In stir I! ; put one t..i'.ponnfll s -
felt falnt and sick and was besides me with great attention for more, more espefially as the xvoixls I lire unit oho aver alt anti! v''i'is'r.TOMATO' '. o' butter In a IrxliiK! pa'i. "t"n not,

X. cbleeding from a wound !to my thouller. several minutes. He then stooped to : employed were of a kindly sort. and add; level tnlilespoonfnl of butter; add! ono te"e-.puon' of mill el 1 c niuU inn ;
:yet miraculously In some where I lay bound, and. slightly raising I the question such nx oarsed\ my heartto / one tablespoonful' ( of flour; I I ,
way stir un1il niiooUi and add AND: : WE' SOfP. ..11\.d! )' xx :thiiut browning' '; add
.which I am unable my left hand, took heat fast lu ii'! liu it to time
_4i' to describe t cons n cold signet ant pmi; of release
of of tomatoes oil- taheaiiutertul: c>f flour amiuntKhni'idth. stir
milk, stirring until Ililckeiud and boll- Put the re n tents one can ; |
:i i'.Jtrtnd' to back out from the flght and ring from my third finger cud proceeded from my bond. I stepped, forward to ,
fir Irs; take from the fire; add two tnlde-, In an agate pan, aver the lire; ; peel tAciMiial! 1(>lUI'S.
nee below to the-women, whose condltlon to examine it as one would examine : . seize the proffered hand, if the ICnjlishman : ; I
spoonfuls" of bread (crumbs one tablespoonful add to It one pint: of hot water one cut them In niall ple-ies, add then
: was truly pitiable. I did so not.feecaoaa anything rare And strange. (for such I conceived he was) I
fit) chopped parsley' yolks of tablespoonful of salt one tablespoon to the butler( and l pour: and half: a
f of cowardice,,for I believe I WIth an air of great calmness and with so much ea'eriiess: that he retreated
two liqra-liollcd\ )) fggt rubbed through. ful-of, sugar. three cloves, three pepper level teaspoonful each: of salt lAnd;.
I fought a. WeU aa any man, Venetian placed my rlug on tbe a few pacd! to where nij.
trainer, unit 'and )pepper to, Benson <'orn and one-third Cupful of well sugar; put two tablespooasful or bxrttcrlln -
or Turk that corresponding finger ot bill hand guards and Invclunt&rlly
memorable day, and Ter.talnly own were now standing! ,
' 'from the moment the frlgatoon and then gave an order:the purport of held up his arm to keep mo these proportion/ call for two cupfuls, washed rice; tool one dice of onionIn a pan when het add the dice
I of lobster meat; when opening; be a little hot'\ butter for five;minutes, brains; cook ovly| for ten minutes; .1.
';was boarded I had abandoned all hope which I did not understand, but one of i oft' "Softly! my :friend." said the cars. : ; .
) ful not to break the body tall shells let It brown addIt butter a baking dish or Individual!
the Turks or ; being careful net to ; ;
? of escape but the warning of the noble young went away and returned strAng..r.1 Intend you no mioehlefBe : .
r wash! anti wipe them and rlre-when the shells: In of the bruins ..
. Perugia. "Death, not captivity" almost Immediately, carrying apiece seated I pray .you. and tell me miry cutout to the tomato and ; put come ac.itpour
G atlll nutg-Jn my ears and I resolved of crtmsoB silk. The silk wan truly and briefly hoxv It !Is you come to the under part of shell; join the tails I rice l IB tender rub:. a.1 1 tnraiii:!! a strata: over the!: tomatoes, ; ipwad with

a placed face : together, fill with the mixture br\u.h I er;; add more seaetning< If m'( dcd grated: : i hc'Cie. brew n and serve hot
that my:; last minute should be spent Inan. over my HO that 1 could be here and! to Ini-pire; me xvltb confidence

)r ..endeavor to save these unhappy see nothing, and the litter upon whichI he putted. me gently (ill the busttercel! : j II I I

creatures from so borrlble a fate. I lay was lifted and carried I knew shoulder and oat himself! down on a 1 RAISIN PL'KKS SALMON TnorT A I.A rnr.ME.Clean .

readied my cable and with not whither. cushion. !ScatiiiR myself( by his Ride. until the rrunihK are \brown, serve hot. Cream half a nipfiil of Viiti-r and,I '
a mighty in I marl wash :i.Kly! a Httlrnoa:
,effort pulled away a few of the bales It seemed a long time before my and suppressing! ns well ni I xxas! nble. the dlitlls nnd iu u border of parsicy. I r two Uklespoonofnl cf migar. add Iwncnpsful I butt dry It thui (.uglily' and .I.rlakl&, "

tIO as to allow the door to open wide face was again uncovered but I have the great ('xcill'lIIl'nl1I1t1'I.'whldl I of four two eRa; beaten: \ ono I with salt and prppe-r.', prlnkle: a lit. \

'enough for me to enter sideways, butt since thought that It was perhaps not labored I narrated the whole of mu ystory I -- I I cupful of needed, raisin and three tie of the sea onlnjs (,n the Inside. I

,1. bad to contend with the strength of more than fen or fifteen minutes. just as I have recorded I it In this )level teaspoonful of Inking powder I I'u: four thin hlli CM of larding ; I

the women within who. not knowing When next I saw the light; tlf clay 1 volume The stranger gave; careful attention 0h steam in buttered I earthen np half 1: the drlpvInK pan reM thefl < pork i

(. .but'Jtwae the enemy who sought Admittance was In a small square apartment, furnished to my recital. lit no point interrupting I' an hour ; serve with a Banio made I thr- rack of the pan' spread' over no

'M pulled the door the other as simply as the cabin of the me with: a question or com by creaming: ono cupful of siiRar and fish a'llttle sciftfiie.l l the
way with all tbelr might A II I en- Turkish frigate I bad just mealed. It meat but sitting quietly HtrokluK! /: 1,1.1 one-fourth cupful I of butter, yolk of with a piece cf paper the-
+ tired the cr,bin. and before I could had but one window and that long/ long brown beard.Vlsen I had one eglll: beaten, one taUU-spoonful\ ( of oxen fir tl.'tvn: iii.n.itei.; nDS'111. remove'I thIIIIKT

peak: to. its frantic occupants the and nat rpw, and tbe wall wherein It finished my storyhe .still remained\ si 1 I flour and a llt-le nutmeg; add. fine nail baMe ;hc fi'eli cft.-n .
A slats'
Turks rushed down the companion and Will set being of great thickness[ Iteem..d 1'nt.tor. n minute* or so,, and then, look; should with pencil attached, liy aBtniiK 1 cupful of ho.11I1al.'r; :: and, < watt until ha'! etl It will tnl.p n trout .untl!
In >
_ began to remove the bales. I stood little more than a stlf. lIow- lug: 1I1).I.t me, said: hang every kitchen creamy. \ .lnA
to aid lie( fuar pound thirty flvp mo'dr'\: ,
P e7t'r. it sufficed to admit the sunshine memory of the liousev,'1 ife. I tl .
t close by the side of the door, and they To be eODtllIlI- bal.e. Uasto the n.h wit1 '
first who entered I laid low with a pistol which streamed In upon me with RO --- '- For marks! made on painted ".ood-I POTATO SOU FFI.C. I little but- :,
t and hot water.
'. C shot In the bead.: :My triumph much brilliance that it dispelled' ] the C"b..k..I.. 'I' work ly matched, try rubbing first Boll five potatoes tint !. tender; pour hot T t Ci 1:1' the fiat to 8.

T d(" .i, owever, was short for the next Instant despair engendered by my unhappy "I never felt HO cheap' before: In my: ', with a Mice of lemon, then with ixlilt I oT the water and rub them( througha plal..r. jwrir Into sure from the
t a fearful blow from iltuation. Tbe old Turk still wearing Ife," declared the well known Ojiiislters lug mid In n few uio.-icnU welsh with I clrljipinK, pan r r'l siew:an
a mace I strainer; add one: tablespoon' of I butter .
add I ihreo
.'stretched me at full length the he ring which he bad taken from me, Sh OP. "I am n great Ktloltler! ; I'I'I, warm soapsuds! i \\ h.ll. ,perrrnorn" *,, a si.rlg,; ':1
on I tall and to and
i' pepper n'lt-on. I < f p, -xlv.;:, a snia I nil e or
floor, ;yet was t only partly; stunned, was present when my face wn" un co\-- honesty mid 1 uluinly xvlll not hare' Frequent xxnhis:: ; xilll snip will : one cup of hot milk; beat until very a tithe prnieil: h'al'T] and

,being conscious of yelling Turks all ered anti the straps of my litter tin- ana one firoilnil, me cif xtlinrn, ( liixo |; lira[ time surface: of a minor. The oc- i light; ,, then beat the whiles\ of two nlla.: I. |I. s! '.iraerftie'mlnuleM.
around-of Anita and her maid being oosed. I addressed! him' In KiiKlidh.Drench be least "n p'C-lpii, ; mid when I finds ca mien al me of alcohol in recoiiiniendxl eggs until very stiff and boat them : U-n : th' vn'k't of !wo ",' I
) and Italian Trot he returned rants that I know Iran hail I 1'e- I but ergs: train the fonec, "
.bound and carried and of for frequent( Ih"I. ,
out waHlilnp. d.niuptev. .
my own I Iand I Into the potato; pile thorn In t'ie h kIng ..
t BrlnIhl., to ) -
and wrists being bound In such no answer busying hlrnself In hfCUnord..l"8 gmd !his honesty :U a valuable' ,'p >er. i
to attendants nnd him a I'-co-.liniily.J The result j hllf 1 Girr.-u: ,
brutal fashion that the blood started my some pay ; t thas lumois" Bkln will keep uilrmrn and .
I an1 put In a iul< k 0\1110 brown ix'.t'i\
: potato balls rind
'i ,[from my flesh. Arfd: tBen kind nature other Turks there present for mylenc'flt been' hat I Lure gm llu'r'd tiioiuulIP table_ glassware_ ] In good I" a little cheese sprinkled: over h"f(.re parsley ->* !
as I afterward found. A ear- I a force* of t'1IIO'PII! of whom I !
to relief and
'tr came my I remembered I The Moths used In waxing floor or putting In the, oven is a nice I bangetro.m I Valuable Mouse.
sk zto more pet of exquisite workmanship and color : am Justly proud: Stoma ;its jams:tor up polluting furniture /
nhonld 1 be kept In plain]
I potatoes.
was brought in and laid the to the cashier. The other .day old There lira 1 :
upon my I' jalcioj.kicp; r 1 K"
a tOrcred ;
November 10.-I was never able to crock as long 118 clean: then : ins-
\door and afterward luxurlou: cushions offlce boy left isle. and I was obliged I ton who mournn tile- death
instead Jri nf
.' r ascertain bow long-I J'remained unconscious of letting them neecumnlate HOT POT & mJ.t /t
covered with rlcJi: yellow elL i nice new one. ; ,
was In
u plain tut'
j, but this I know full well that around elojet or store rooiq. burn them Immediately I Cut two pounds of n-jtcn( Into I a very horary'inou : s
were placed the "Out of the I
by wn.Hi. OB uuineronx" npiiilrnnti 'ic, with nothing: ctlKilaviliilr s
when I came to myself again I was a I slnco vegetable oils are so ; y.' .
small and cut four medium
p. some of these latter was I carefully selected a bright' nud( hOl"ot picctM: ; pare 11
: except an air of Vhf f
liable iaznoss;
{ aboard Turkish to ppontaneous: combustion.The
prisoner, a .
frigate laid and the Utter on which I had arrived boy had put him nt work! Then I sized potatoes Into ille; mince" I saloonkeeper Inures b1t +
r;',ITbe wound in my shoulder had been objection to brass or iron bed medium sized onions that It had *
was carried away. A bowl of the old question) nrou Was he honest two ; pii; :a layerof i Lro'Irht: him ?:.Out In
'fix' 'cleansed and'drcsfted. and my wrists sherbet and, a dish of delicious fruits ? 1 ma oM .n"II:1I" ;: to r-albe that that draughts nre noticeable' : Is overcome muttcn In a baking; (II,;h. then a the laafr reW

and anl&es unbound, but my limbs were set down within my reach appearances are sometimes dfieitfiil. I by the use of dainty curtains atI layer of potatoes, a isprfnlil'ns: ; of salt j'earl.'h' -
my \\
YG ;:;'We1'II' hugely"swollen. by the barbarous two young attendants took up positionsnear and Wsolred to ti'Kt-Mlie boy! In n mildway. I I the hen
+ t usage to which they bad been subjected to me with their legs crossed So one nlfrbr:; xxiieii: Ileft for | heavy pique' tied, by tape at the corner chopped ; continue I with t alternate that mo-iBo "vas ck vl, sure ,b' 11 I .I

,. :an4 the least movement occasioned upon cushions Inferior to those on moue I left n ucice!i ; V'olllilll'lIt1y! dls-. | to the uprights of the bed are layers until all are used; peal l and rut pear, on aa Int-p--. lion tour aim-.f tl

.me acute pain. Two young which I lay, the other Turks 'withdrew, |'!flyed.Kpoa-iny deck.'' Afl")r le-xblng' laundered xxe":kly xxllh the otter bed in thin t Ices two potatoes': ; pour one bottles I that t-; slu Ivea. The
''Turks'bardly"More than eat\ linen I the proprietor: would!
') boy. and a moment after rounds renebej home I felt sorry for n'."11 i had doue. quart of stock or water and lay tbe oirr; *to bet a.

't ;-watcblne: pie latently, conversing softlyVln.rthtjlr me as of the door being barred on the I realized that l h y my act I hud peen Ilax-e a small nJJe-jnonthed, Jar In sliced potatoes over all ; bake In a f.-w rjun.-i' of drinks( : that he co u' j
," language, of which I com outer side. placing temptatlvn: !II u the ioy'H path I the bnth-room to hod! the odds nnd moderate oven two hours or until the catch It wlhf fix', minute 1: n_

prebended not word. I was lying In In this small roprn then, was I kepta and that tht'l't"81 little to excuse;::: ends of soap, and when three-fourths potatoes are tender; serve In the! trap and|. noeJle tn r.: y, licl w rB ( '

I\\i JL' rndely:f urnlsbed .cabin, not, unlike close prl.oDMfor many days-how my plan; so I was very much relieved full, fill) tho jar with boiling water, same dish. many la"rs.V111 ;

-.?. dismantled .gun-room: .. and looking many I know 'not. for I had lost count I the following morning to find tbe odd the Juice of a lemon anti a tea- \ smill Efej cheese cover for r gala

*li!'iaroancl'nj; e I perceived of time. I was liberally supplied witlifood Hick) where I bad left It. Then I saw spoonful) glycerin, ana you will have PEACH TAPIOCA. trap a match stick 1t a piece of

.town i;,:comp'anJoBsv my girdle'contaln- and my wounds were carefully there was something there that I had a pleasant "Jelly" with which to whiten Drain the liquid from one. can of string to complete fall and a, t t

'' ilos? niy faony and papers the Veqet \ tended so that I mode rapid progress not left and tbat was a bit of paper and soften the bands. peaches, sprinkle peaches with pow pleco of cheese for bait Mr. Saloon.

t. 'ttlan nierchaara" .b Ifta"'of sequins toward which tile Sandpapering keeper would l set to worlt- and "1 ,
recovery. VJ sufferings were upon money lay, and upon fnrnltufe Is a tedious dered sugar 'and let them stand onehour wlthln
_ .1 t ,*TerytJ>to} war goner Tbe terrible incldeata now chiefly mental. I wearied my which was written in the new boy's Job, and the woman who wlsliea to ; soak one cupful of tapioca In a minute Mr Mouse would be a Drii ioner

which immediately preceded brain In the endeavor to think why I band the Inscription: To be left ui)tll revarnlsh or paint a chair or table.will three cupsful of water two hours; to and the drinks un tho- doubters

jf.'J. tai.yresgutmlaPl; ;& Uour .U4 !was thus Incarcerated; and what was called for? I've got a smart lad I IX: find her hands nnd patience saved if the peach syrup add enough boiling Nobody except tho ialoonkeeptiP"knows '

tae Vborror. .".probably:: .awaiting met'erewdedvyebemeatly Intended to be done with me, but that new boy: Too smart, I'm afraid." abe will use one-third of a CUpful of water to make three cupsful; put this how the mouse learned t Jiunt

falls. .to satisfy myself. The -Detrolt Free P common the trap, but now It Is dead it/
agtluat mynp outertats ) \!8s. w" washing soda to a pint ot In an agate pan and when boiling add 11(1 ,
fate 'of the- unhappy Anita In- t -i warm 'water, wltU/ good scrubbing tapioca free from\ ".ter with half former proprietor lays h4 l, ,of*. \

;.ta.t*.';uBsTlnto,. ,!!..dei fA 4 \0 lte (creased r..yx11 y, but.. | could arp, Lady Snierwell-"Ha... your' dangh- : remove the old flnlsh. Rinse a,cupful of sugar and halt a teaspoon the mouse buslness._j tladtilphja'

'f. ... J' .DO t roC1W' Io'SI t} .nothing'',,neither ,could I act InC'any tens accomplished mucU In mnilcr eff with ejeaf water"llnd do not at of salt; cook In tu double boiler un _ _ _ _ _ 'hi

'.. va aln'T eyed way.jny attendants being.faithful to Unfortunate Father *_the ten. tempt ;Ho pmt on the new coat until ill tapioca l I. clear ayd\ transparent; I'l pleasant to observe that' o'bey f
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JA. + ,"I ( r Dotl Arm Oo.. 'Scktaca, But. . Very Different Type* ... Sym. . I I

That ( : patby of the Jap With tb. Smaller itlmh In "a ,Plcbt..All-

bSbe \ Scraoolae Liked br Ruaalam .' :' '. '
Round :: ... t .1 --
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I', T// - p.-

There O other two typf.*bf, sea- fellow landed A blow they hissed':oe u.;; \, '.

: She' < l l men'nre quite so different were" silent, but when- tlia small man. ulrls Shoals 8* DipS..d. food or cocoa b tr. ''wilt prove

: f.ZJ' 'os those of IttusU. and JA- truck. !Come: they: wept and.bowled for .lot long ago something wa said on flclaL. The :o Is tO tae- b.\

... the-. vromau'a page of thlr Boston Her '
pao. Joy..Finally ." '., Just before 'retton, nnd-the -exereWto
tCTp I in : The little JapsIs ensen- several small, uniformed 'aid conceening.theiwemavlor 'of :Iris, be Indulged In otU'nlebt and'meraIng '*"' ,

.:A- jilt : ) : sailor. You never inouuted police appeared. It their ob-''. tied the frequent cause ot complaint for about tel tuut"T'o'ex.r*, fib ek

Oft. meet him 'on colllns. !; ships except as je t was to disperse the crowd no 'ono against them; for bad manner.. There else- the muscles, 6t compress Uw-.

Uono : cook or steward. '<. knew It. They were lifted oft their la 'etlll something, to be said. but *>n lips, UU the cheeks IJ and wok,

:! Leered But ; Cuffbe captains of foreign steamers horses and ntfuUovrod .119 by the quite on another aide of the matter, the Jaw In 'a cbevrlni? movement .

,", (, : like Japanese t'rewi. They are thor- throng.; and ytbat is.I the'need that girl shouldbe puffing the cheek outwar leech s.possible *>

.y oughly hardworking and alead). 'They Later qn one of them waved his arms exnctlliff' the manner' of the and keeping tr moU. f

cnn be relied. upon In time ot.Alluger.a and screamed wKh joy when the little young weD who are their companions. Before applying the d. t +

I- I ( '. .d whet ashore they seldom get chap ilimlly put Us big opponent as well o* they should be careful 'of pare the face to'reelve by e'.too-r. ,",

I drunk.:: In this last respect they lire out .business.. Then the Saps curried their own. rough washing. in warm soapywater,

r, the moat .wonderful sailors In the the victor" out their .shoulders] to the Qulte'l1lw far girls are responsible followed by a cold rinse.. Dry.:-, and
world. nearest teahouse, where they cheered for the behavior of. the men with with the .tip of,the finger stroke "+;

'",* !" The Russians 'especially; those from hint lustily, m.idblni_ drink aa much' whom they associate one .cannot: say, muscle of tbe cheek* upward u Jbackward r

"- 1 ,- the Baltic re..lolDlilke. nearly as good i sail! as he could, cheered him again. but It'ls I In a much larger degree thanIs -wih'gentle!pressure, ,after"

M+a, f sailors as the Scandinavians. Almost and then tbe big fellow, t'rr: displayingsuch generally supporcd- It I* not too placing th., at, the bass

: .. every English and American sailing! !good ta:,to in- losing much to say--that.girl* cannot .be
ship carries a few Russians The Japa themselves are not afraid strict In their demand Little lapse cocoa butter. and execute a': rotary

The writer was once aboard a ship of a fight even when their opponent of manner should not go unrebuked. mnement beginning by placing the s''.

ou which there "were five Russians before outnumber them. This was shown by else larger one may follow. Gn at tIll corner of the mouth .

.... tbe mast They were thorough an encounter several years ago between Of ..course It I* t'qnCfl1ed that'' thegirl and tolOowlnt.the, Jaw bone: to. tb.

e sailors. They
language, but three of them were men and six hoodlum oa t'olsoui and the young woman dread: togive ( the month and wo. upward tbuCI 1

Wk ( ,. fond of English novels/ of the peuny- street In San Francisco. offence or have' herself dubbed! middle of cheek r.Ce t ,

awful sort It was after dark: and the roughs haughty and disagreeable but this eye. Repeat each mo..em ot ten *,

: Tbey were all Baltic Russians, and seeing the two Japa coming down the should not for a moment deter her keeping tbe pre.IU Gr"t. + a

they always made the distinction. street, thought they could bujldote from holding her associate of the Marlon .Alcott Prte. Hr 'a0 a 4'
other sex to tile standard of 'monnenI
"Vat you Unit I rant to be taken:: them ns they could Chh1 Dlen. They Farmer ,
( \ for run of dose Hlack Sea fishermen 1" tackled tIle two Japa, and the two Jap I which she should set blg 4 it

,, .& ) one of them asked one day. "Veil perhaps tackled them. Some young men bare' an: abominable Wan rap,r .. '

.: 1( I ( 1 don't need to tell you dat nmr -* It looked ns If the laps were doing practice of touching a young woman Te new picture-framing Is the- ,.>
; '
r ) unwarrantably they will take bold of wall paper for mat* tf
: !' not come troo Uc Bosphorus.. I don't a ballet dance-their legs, shot out In No I
( her arm. onl,the street to help her dark green, gray 'blue'.nd .
over onl- ,
look like dose shrl veiled up grain directions:: arid elx very sick looking r
a a gutter orup' a stair' when there 1* paper are I used for ; f'
do I ? hoodlum
bumpers, 4Ieujlpeareddown% aside '
s .-o not' slightest-need .for_assistance. bat tile lgured- wall papers a* pelt
; He swelled his gigantic! cheat and street Tho two Jape seemed
of a : ; : It In only exceptionally expected"no wntlnys One .f. .the, prettiest '
: stretched out two arms that were like highly elatciT.: Jandaf"pie
'the' : tbat a'man should offer his arm tore recently shown :
: ;: I I a main yard Ho bad been In theCzar's Deep down In the Japanese sailor'slienrt 4
' 1 to'n lady with whom he Is walking at bad for( a mat a' 'satin wallpaper
'" / a navy: but bad deserted to sail is a glowing: untied of the Russian cram '
< I << I night marked.with gauzy spider web' '
; In foreign merchantmen. cnllorT It Is about his only racial ,
". At n dance: not long ago a young connected by a silken l
: | ; '' They ]have Norse blood( in thl> prejudice. lde"tbrd '
; '
girl seated herself, following a waits. the upper left band; .
Baltic seaman, and they pref..rIhe Tlie_ Russian! has no particular nnlmosityfor : r. ,
: > in a large arm chair, whereupon ber picture was,a spider web
; / free and vagabond! lire of merchantsuitors. the Jap he merely considershim 'wea..I. .
'Which l ; partner perched himself upon the arm. about .huge crimson .Tb t ,
Therefore the of the : effe
.guard seamen 1.ery pagnaelous'little chap Instantly the girl arose/ind. not daring exquisite, combining ;
l Ilusxlan men-of-wiir. arc mainly] "dose. Tho Russian sailor likes fight: whenhe and '
was | to say anything rebuked the offenderby cream gray tones-'wltb'the,
'ture : I Black! Son fishermen! Is drunk and If any Jape nre a look. The young manalso rose red of rote Another wall, paper d
; I ; I l The writer several months In around be will favor th
.and fl spent tUom ni well ns, Up quickly nnd begged. ber pardon. It Idea a water-rnbr''skete1 ,of ,_
4iear!! ( ( : Black Sea Russian ports and being the. next one. But the Jap who does is quite safe to say that bis. manner a child, which was with. av !
Site nt that time before the must, came Into .not (!drink and who enjoys a fight mat made' frme -
will never be lax In the presence of ,, violet paper. n. 7 ,
down I | ; close contact with the seafaring men. when he meets ..somebody; .' does not that girl again. .- frame Itself was'o4. violet pasjiepary>

| ( Despite the Baltic Russian's chnractorUitlon like I loves to get Into a u11x-up with a Another ,girl; was 'seen nt the same tout, which made-It a attlnq object to':

\}* .n I .. : they are. not particularly shrlvpiled RusBinu. As result, thuci! are never dance permitting her partner to fan hang on the boudoir wall of the elder-,

stood up. although not so tremendousIn dull ashore whenever! lEusstau: ship her with her fan, which was attachedto I ly woman for whom It wa J
;: were t .. .size as the Baltic men. anchor In Nagasaki 1 lie thor. her belt by n rather short ribbon A dainty little country, lid
Russian sailors are fond of fighting In Nagasaki: time sailors of all nation for its "
: tfieqple] She should have detached the fan and setting a mat mad of t ,
I fro. 1<< ; \ when very drunk:, but not otherwise. consider It n prime: duty to get drunk bonded it ti< him outright The fanning rose crepe paper; The- frame was of

; a ( ; day on the quay In O eua. They threw Russian sailors are In the majority, tooapparent; familiarity wa unpleasant -' same a* In rassepartoutlng. Thle

ring ..; ; 'their arms about each other's necks The BritTsh tar American tar or German In this rase. 'I picture, too, was for a boudoir, r ,

o other and kicked with their! knees and bit. tar mrlln howling; through the Girl should not( only be dignified In slbllltle lie dormant even la a

ft ." A crowd of seamen gathered about streets but unless bo tries to wallop their own behavior, but command dignity paper napkin. A pacy:,one. for. i.'.

''t..elt and finally nn onlooker gave one of everybody he meets, the smnll. neatly from those by whom they are stance with It* floral lenUment i' "

little / : .. the combatants a sly\ but hard kick. uniformed dock patrolmen will wink urrounde'd. Besides, young men really beautiful for a tAm. It

'tbIJ .1'r whereupon the crowd laughed. This their almond eyes at him, often err through Ignorance, cud If which U to be presented .' I ,

aome : went on until he who had been kickedby But let a Russian sailor attempt slm-. ( they are of the right stuff, and ere la_easIIyjuadeJt-jrjtntUng( en' oval '

'not \ the outsider broke loose from his lIAr antics and It Is all up with him. worth making friends of, they: Will be square ''In the centre, paddingVwltfccotton .J-

I; adversary and turned fiercely on the Tho first little patrolman who see grateful for little lessons! given with aI scenting with sachet and using

the humorist. him makes a dive find grasps the courtesy that 1* yet absolutely uaiols- I a pasteboard packlng.- ttabul'DJ. I !

.t brood { Severn others ventured Into the Czar's sailor by the wrist. '. tnkable. patch. J1 w
; '
.' "wore: >, ; ( scrap and pretty. soon n dozen men Usually the Russian III. twice the Jf.: .l'lt 1fMJ ,.

'l\Gt : were \biting tearing and punching one Jap'H bull, but that Is Immaterial.: lie Equal r.rhl. Tits latest Trlmmlc y) '

*jn ;!: : another and jumping ou those who stands no show at all The Jap has a When the descendant of a man who Band trln11111ZSI be' the'helghtl: I

were down. peculiar jul-jltsu twist that bo applies received a title -of nobility for his 'of vogue OIIIC' tn

H .ar;' : \ Suddenly a Russian .naval lieutenant to the wrist, and the Russian, goes achievements! a century or more-.ago their embroidery will 'be daintier thin: >h rvj'

.od.).'.' \: ,' In >hj II bright uniform, flashed Into : along to the lockup every time '. marries' the daughter or granddaughter ever. In the new Paris band the eft'

.'''' : : ; I tbe.crowd and laid mercilessly I about If lie' begins to. tight 'savagely' tbepoliceman of an American who has "done coloring and. designs' ore quite chr

the : him with a thin cane.. The fight ended : shows him what jlu-jltsu .thing"' the disinterestedness of the aeterlatlc. On* costly one has a '

.' In nn Instant. The huge, clumsy tactic really ar4.'. TUer'eforr.: It Is not foreigner's affection for bis'wlfa Is design worked In peculiar coloring of..

+ \vhy :: : sailors were cowed by authority and an unusual sight In Nagasaki: to seea ort n.questioned.. The doubt Implies blue and purplish red. .White 'anlchampagne >. t

""' : .stood cringing 'about the officer like brown policeman, scarcely five feet that no foreigner of rank would marryan vie .witb each other .ior'
clillil. ,: dogs before their master. over all, coming down the street with n American wife except for her supremacy .a *background for. tu
Paris -
""' / 1" On the other hand when an English six foot three. Russian: sailor In tow money. ban .;

'Dick. I .. police officer trlod to quell at row and In completo'8ubwls.ou.Sew: : This theory Is not complimentary to

) ' ;! I m among some Russian sailors In an'Eng. York Sun. American girls. Englishmen, with and A* exaggerated Trlamtag Ja L.? .? (

for lish seaport they played football with without titles, are practically unanimous are one of ale1' rm '
: In the charm' of the t. saon'l ,c
Mly l 1 : him through a window. That was only An Old-Tame" Yarn." confessing feature,, Interest In. .
rand I because bis uniform wasn't Russian. , girls brought up In the American atmosphere cent t
: Of all tile tales about "onc-borse" new trimming lace .
' -tlia : ; ,:: When some reserves finally canto railroads and "dummy" lines this old of freedom and taught to Vlerre, Val and net-top Is p-.
believe In the equality of sexes. Tpeydo aD
: Dick ) upon the scene the belligerents went story which the Manchester Union discovers be used for( .Ie. and
" nay occasionally, that women here rm..
'\ willingly to Jail. The next day they "
in.a .I'ew York paper of 1S'.D, have lace flounces for are to.'be ?J
too and n
( privileges tbat
""rho many '
In Their faces
arraigned court.
seems not to iiuvo been beaten In fifty TI1'e_
, call a were bitten and beaten. their wishes are deferred to more frequently -

+ "re : \ ; The Magistrate expressed great disgust years.It Is well known tint the Portsmouth than is wise; but they all '
m their of This admit that the American system 16- ICN -
: ? at methods fighting. Railroad the extract has
says to turn stead )
the feminine
1 'more; surprised them. Through an Interpreter 'ofdestroying ::
to account
I make everything to pay running! cliArirv makes It lrrcsltlbl. \ ..
\ ;: they mid: expenses, and many arc the jokes perpetrated It Is this attractiveness of American t l
"If you" light don't you try to hurt upon the conductors in reference
girls that leads to
1IIe1""r. the other fejlow/ as much as can? young Englishmen
you to their shift to get a living/ It
seek them as wive*. The wealth of
"O << 1<< : Isn't It fair to use all the means civ- I* said that ono of Item last year was the I
bride has little to do with the case;
tRrect : ; en 'ou-Jur teeth your feet your accustomed to bring itch from Portsmouth .
-c10 many girls who are not rich have married
i h nails? If we were to use only our and peddle them on tho way to Into titled famine abroad. .
e "Do : ;: tints, we couldn't hurt each other Ina Concord. Illuminated linen* are new., '
title Itself is an accident The
-w year, and the fight would never end." One day he brought smelts which he possessor of It la usually several generations Panne yclvet la 'o.e to evening;, ,, '

; ,: The Japanese sailor's ldea of fair dealt out to his customers at every station removed from the tuna who I wrap.. '
; tntll 'I fighting la diametrically opposed to I A
till ha
to where he
do got Suncook. earned the honor; whereas, In the Velvet bracelet with Jeweled ..
) that of the Russians. Ills rules cup
are blew
*" his born. An old woman came United States It has have been l
;.if ". .. frequently hap-
rnled .
stricter even than the American's. At out and asked for six.: -
ttreet pened that the bride of the foreignerIs Pongees ar* to be coarser and bear
rate be of tel.low's
any disapproves a big "Just I've
I a pattern-all got left the daughter of If fj
And a man who le'r than last
'lV pitching Into a little maD, even You're In the nick of time," he s.ild.Vheh titles of seasons

,j t gold " though the latter may have science > he began to( count the fish he the American.nobility Government were conferred, would by White duck shoes with trimming ef d ,
i-tx> with him. found shiny: black a promised
"';J'water. only five.) Then be reckoned )have been made a duke, a marquis or le.ter're ;
: ( " This trait shown nt of the vogue. .
; was one backward and forward on his finger: a knight because of his statesmanship
'f;, '"Nit will;. ( countless sailors' fights that take placeIn trying to remember where) ho had dl- his success l In war, his inventive gen-, The surplice Idea with a galmpa eC tlr

Nagasaki posed of the four dozen" with which ho hiS or because he conquered tile wilderness lace hi 10tu.e'Dpt gown* .efaMmaterial
ever ; Two sailors of an American ship had started. t
'1> by building railroad through rotseason
S went ashore to settle a dispute In the Presently he cried "Hold on! I It, The American bride I I. every time Nothing so choice come lterl.t

: good, old Anglo-Saxon: way. About 200Japs have It. Walt a little end I'll bo nearer that ber husband to the fountain a* these first ,- a,
.t mostly and merchant back." mer fnbdo"Ver
"No navy some head of the kind of greatness .r
Via ; seamen, accompanied the combatantsand lie ran his train back seven miles which its decorated with title [In Eu smart Is a black velveteen'

:. on : : "- tbelr Yankee backers to( the su to a place where he had given '.. woman rapo.-"Y'outh'. Companion. with white .ta.wb. Mon
burbs. than .oho bad '
to one more paid for gotIt. P .braided silver cord.-
i : : One of the fighters was much smaller came back to Suncook and gave tt Improving H Iow n_.... Vary new evening bat are.embrold

.*lurry* than the other but more active so to the waiting customer. Then the There are manifold reasons for hollow ered with straw 'or' bar.a fringe.oC.,

It was a pretty even match. But It train went on to Coucord. cheeks. Tbe main one are. a straw balls around the rim. .

'' : didn't take any one long to observe natural disposition toward bodily thinness : -
'At Undarsltp of silk orfine': cambric*
: thnt! tl\e sympathies of tbo Jape were Jlard"DIDIr lro. which manifests Itself plainly In
ment are )' for tbe lingerie and tbbm
)' with tbo. little fellow. the face. Weak, undeveloped lIee.sar '
ently ( When phosphorus Is applied to mUlleI.due ilk blouse much worn this ..;w1nA -
Time called. After defective nutrition a* th 1 '
was sparring the heated Iron. It ban tho.effect of facilitating tO relul tot. .
big fellow landed: n bard knock:: on the of impaired circulation and general .
stood absorption of carbon by tbe < far one oneTnsy-phophecyiat
little chap. A hiss came from the I physical weakness, Lack of teeth, tM r
. ion. By taking advantage of this early date, no fabric will equal al
and :: crowd. : fact, a new Iron-hardening process has ; which take away the natural support In popularity- street andV v'
and allow the cheek
to sink Inward
fr It ( The little chap danced around, and, been Invented In Germany. With the Mats
even though they be. quite fleshy.: In'llllt'1
taking advantage of an landed
opening -
aid of phosphorus carbon U
caused to "
cases the missing cheek should Creaoiy pinks and'plain col'le -: :fH. -i
so heavily on big. fellow's
told ( jaw penetrate the iron rapidly to a considerable -
low are-delectable in tb soft'clinglug"llberty I'
I possible, for( the ..k. of iad. *
that be floored him. The yell that .I
y \ very : depth, and: cause It to become staintesed for glrlUn: /r
proper aa well a* for ,
arose from the onlookers would hare ma.tlrton .
clTlI so bard at a depth of about a p evening frock I
k )ofo appearance; the of J "
done credit to ten times their number lab T .
to .. millimeter .that It can' be neither cat s
the contour of tb* will ,be A: wblt Part owning PWD.;
; : "Good good, good little man!" they nor chipped with tha beat steep At the los muslf *
prorSded, 0't' has ,an'>enormous sboaiderFapa of' ?
) .'lDa b boated, their little brown eyes glistening same time the welding properties of eou"th.1ltJi \
la good To- white silk, bordered wltb Tom Tboaab
Joyed with excitement, the Iron are not Injuriously ImpAr ftnnea
to affected.
; ,
't \ ajrk bets .. tbet\
: f:1Qnpt.wblte, set ,
w. s B. It..went oa. Bray Urn the big Youth Companion( ,-_..<......... I umouUt, d' ; aC & .
a ,
'" '- ooaipaaled 17: ,g prepared ak, r/ttkpi.rl.d ,.adaats.aaro.ty.

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- rot ., CALL FOR PRIMARIprl
''It ter of securing appropriations -
_' ,'1 J -.. '-: Florida. Is already known ta every. rae ment of the "Selfrldge claim." for -- FOR : /i ternIestocratte '
: : :Senator James P. Taliaferrof: Idant, of the State: moneys ]lost In building ships for the f" ST Oncoola vouuty WH. insets k .11ie

$ In round figure the- Sta.te.Jaal been Government during* the Civil! War. UNITED STATES SENATOR ,,rtitt rwuiMy Ex<:(itlyi> CoiamlWw: at '
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_ ,1 : .. ....1 the gainer by the work of the dele The House refused to concur 'In the mvulliiR bald MarcttJMU, UK t-Th.> -1:11\.84' .
.. .. : JR1UOE.T7B1" .t. .BiMtion ,. :
r :&; : .:''r -_ -'---. -- _...,.Mil gallon; over Four Million Dollars ($!,' amendment. and asked for a confer S VOTE FOR erratic voters of ,O lOoaolto"tJGuuil1 will.. hoU
000,000), which Include Rivers and ence. Th, other Senate amendments '
Primary. Kleut'lon Tuesday. Y.aIOI.h. IVO.'i
Harbors. Pensions Indian .War Claim,, being Involved in the conference Sen.
1tl 11104' .
tf nwt: ..ary, Juno toki'ia
PubU, Itaildlngs aad Light Houaoa ator Taliaferro and his 'colleagues' labored AMES ? TALIAFERRO
'; *li.l 1J The people of Fferlda."have been benefited with .tbe conferees! for the sal I'v'allon h)- cuch ei,*('\ >r.olol"pf'I"re tp cllo.Uy\

: over '1.00 par capita. of the hilt, the advoc.atesNot WHOSE NAME IS COMMONLY-- tOO1'41" coiilrary,' l hI the Utnorat Kleollon i i

the Selfrldga claim, having threntenek! \ Sovoiubur, 'iieit. and SlsC those .ponltlotil whk
-S )Its defeat if that; claims was not In. AS. IF tT "WASi
Cuban Cattle Duty Reduced. "j HOUNCED Jro t r cluded'' Finally ,Mr. Tallaferro' suggested ," oall.IJu&o, for U .It C' u.lcor. : 't

t& ; Senator Tallaferro arguing beforithe that the Sc'Ifrldge Claim be referred -f i SPELLED"Toiler: Otto tninlUaUi' lot 0 Coo.rol"'la ,,

1 Committee on foreign Relations for settlement to the Court ot I)lnrl
accomplished a benefit for Florida Claims in a separate measure, and ttilasolution" "in' OHOdlilnl toe Juntlce I M '11. 81 ujwe

_ _ stock growers\ which they will not soon :
( : of the controversy being accepted Court, (tuna 1rt',1) ., '.J.
.forget. The Committee was considering '' i opposition! was withdrawn the 'fh..o eiiiIidaWM fur J'I.&I'e of &b,; aupri;"*|

-4. : the rec'proclty' treaty with Cu Conference Committee reported the f Ci'iirl: (K-riil R )roitrs). 111
S ba, and' by an am Which h41 :
"blfl 011.. c'a u.I1.lnlll fur f.I\.rnor
$ k _ _. _ ;SS.d _______ offered! and litoly advocntt5d.! ; ate word"Cattle" I favorably the"with the Flortdfi"cTalnlIntact _ hue eniMlMat for H..t. r, of !141M4e.: .
and bill became a law. 0'1"' "Paiicn ti\>,' hd.t i. in the enumeration of .. llonural.ono .
products Oiui, vmitllilulf ( Attorney r1
S S_ S S S Shortly afterwards the Governor ot , ,Oilwi plc, : the jolitloiniisliiv) 'e 'ill 1 II
to-be affected by the treaty wad I eauilliliitc t;. COUlIt\r..11..r.o
.II1S Florida' was pnat.f'ld'! go to Washington I'eel", I h.) ,!hnolIoinsz I wild I the si oar ]>eoie] r i\i!\\
transferred from Its position in'thdda ouo 1141""c. fur 'fl''I"'r' i>
and receive the ,or its'I' d ; ,
: IMC) providing\ for a 20 por cent. reduction warrant. 'I"I"u. One 1",41.1"1"| l'ur iiH'rliii3iiill of' PIWL.....

r 5- L % to that providing for a 40, per I ruction, '!',*:

cent r&4ueton. thus reducing the tariff .I -- I ('iivimdl.IhU- for d'nnInimstuiief 01 Agrloultn -!
I 0%% % -,.%%.%%%%.4-%'%%;t .
Ijflow 500 ,
on Ninlmnl* pounrtH In
; weight l from $2 to $1 20 'ach, and on tn<- uiimlMnia for, KaUr..a"l <'ummluloner 1s\;

_ : _ __ r L anitnirf* exceeding that weight from TROPICAL j OutHii.
... : $5 to. $3.Improvement. <) <> i-miilMulu fur tlht. t'hu'nbt.' '"Or

I ( i-aiiU.ilHU'fwr I't"I .Uk.r lor tho 7lbJnun
/pee icy
_ ?' of the St. Johns River.: [ B, I \'Ji
Tho large/ appropriations) for the Improvementu .'Jfine Apple NJ S '
_ _ >ji e ,-aizli 4 <(" >rM I mlwr uf intylfrntiw 3f IJ(
of the. St. Johns River and \\J
1\"I."I"lht.| "
providing f"r tho drrrlslng of the channel I 'AL
'I in- i.aii i: socurL-d! through the conoorted I I
i.- onililiti- drItiriil j
action f>f a harmonious dol*'tfat5on, | .
Tar And (tin- i-im-li I I IMiKir Aasvmni >t TnxotOn.
rear-hen In Its liniu'llal; effect J Jil i'
I many I j .- ,'", H'..1.! ( >r t lit Oillvlor

counties? !and numerous! towno.that will ,'""- I "-,,,1.I. I lltt( fr. Sllln-ri l".-ir 'it I Kf. IHIMI '' !() ._

4 S be benefited through an Improved nU'Il-liili-., I >rni'i"i ii I li-li.i.-ii I ul 1'llbll .

: c waterway and Incidentally the entireStato I| ,.Ir",", i.HI .it., < ..<.,ltitin. : "

, S will sliani In this . ,..., ,
S S I I Improvement .1.,1101"' r'i li-ru st tli- tiriItCctjuf;
II Thin, will uln lip a new avenue... i>[ l, III I .i. ".-'' '' '> :iu-itMirr'r

SS ___________ I cominc'reo. thereby affording Inter- il 11fl.e' .1. ,i. "il 11'I"\ M-II'IK- '
S State t HhlpporH the b 'nllt of cornpotl- y j S I Sf1 i.ii.i, I 'I 'I 4 "I "I ') '' lrv.c.rI ,,')
4 tlon whl'h111 Inevitably result: In I. .. "",Ii IH",". /I. r I '"'i II!) 4 "1U1I loo.rt.1>,

better er'iee. and still lurther reduo- 'I| )lin-.. ui-ll'lnli-i-,, 1; I >' H"l, <,i> 1'"bliJ. IU.I1.O. ,

I lions In rates of freight on {O t"I' .1i-l--t-nt ,. hOi.- .., VuLjiiilalin Cob. .
lug into a. wc.ll MS, going) ""* of the $ 8 <' n' i ..

? _w : : State. I ol' Indigestion. 1 I ,
$ cases Vt 'Iwo t 1. liKltiv'lotll'I 'oigresslusIj 1is.I .
IS 4 '-
i I Snlli.imi' iiitiviilliiiiOiu .
Cotton Crop Statistics. I t LiitiripiHS: ( i Stomach( """n''r./, N'Htli-ujtl, i'liiniiiltton of De_...
3_ BIOGRAPHICAL SZTCH Ella! election to .thn. Unlt-rt State'sSonntc When the JII a t.. Committee $ ' S I ml, '-'- /
v )
la 1 1S9U: was hn i-vi-nt of more of the 37th Congrt-Bft was, I'<1O.l.lelln": disorders. Coughs and $ S 'Ihiri.--ti Mrniiii-r-i! ut i.aoi.uC U.ui
: OF than oritinnry, wlgnifloanpi! In the I the bill rOT the establishment. of a J I $ .I.MI'-, i .iiiiiniltl'-" ;

.5 plac1 of oxpltiiiK/ een<>"s of stubborn permanent ('.Minus' liurrau. the a gr-- ), Col\ Is tilts winter than $ UtuMinln>i i.I( IViiKxniilixtat" I ( ... CoinmlU 'Jj,j

FLORIDA'S JUNIOR conl&st which had characterized similar gate of the appropriations reo.ulr | $ t '.or .........1" C .iIlO', 'tI

: prrvlons occditlons there was a therefor looked 80 lars that Kpulv j :\ L LOT)It; n remedies C. M. BRO.NN.The I li i .i. iiii-mix. ) i. ni. Ci,,,iintt lii-iiiix-rtlln Cost.illtci -. \

cal n...' ot JnliTinineJ couci-ntrn- llcan meinbpr.s( of the Continlttee, propnweil i $ I ., *. in. >10>c-v-'iiiit, tur ,in ;h-ir rikoc llva p. ,\

I SENATOR. tlon of jKilUlgal! forces In Ma direction ,! to reduce It l ly cutting out the I], combined.( ) PeopIe'iCrnd1date' for I lilt I '

which romiltfj In his ,election en the amount provided for the collection? l-lvi- 'rn--'Ifiilla ,II.,I. bra. a

: "ir first. ballot tllken' "P\Jaratpy\ ) In the roepfCtlVB i and printing of crop) statistics Scni I CrOVEliTNOR OF FLORIDA. dm ,h S v i,", "T I DM' i I'.H, .-.i <-..<-1, l>l.trlot. 'i,

:, .- < houses of the Legislature. on i ator Tall fprro vigorously, protesli d <)HIV I. ..,i..Isl.t-I ,,, >.si t h ..l.iHllc.IXalrlrt.\ 1 ',
P. was
S S 'th 1 ISth of A nrll. l hy a largt- majority aRaln! t thin ileclarinjf that it was I I $ I I..r 'tati I'n"uIII''lull I' r .riniitLiiag pi.... ,

at Orange Court House, Virginia. Sop and till formal declaration of alike I one feature of the, bill eaiei,1atsi) h"l 116 YEARS A CITIZEN OF I..n.. I,
5; tember SOth 1347. and spent hla youth I A 1'.1' ,.1 O.ti I vt'iit Ion lor (
rpHiilt ,>n the following! ( day In benefit the Southern tliruJt-rM., and gavuI THIS STATE. : mi orniulaUBfi &.1
and manhood In bin nativeS I ,I.,,, .I. .1 IlllIi.iii., ..
young the Joint 1 Sfcxlun. when lie rocolveil HI notion that if It waH eliiiiinated
.. J I I'I, ,I ..' iiniittiti of flvv,
State. votes. a majority< of 29 and a plurality i would the or --
oppose the $
piL age
6 h"1 I i IrlO: "r l i K: Ii,..,. .. '. ..-man. and four other |
5P5 He Is a descendant of Robert Talla of 2!. of t those present and voting! I His prote t was effective' the
_ see your ] i or $ A. Soldier Under General B. E. |1,1> Im "|'I"lnl.,11| i iIIHIKII I> I n itr. I In* male mI euft*
ConimentlriK I1pOIthe event the tee the .
ferro. who came from England about !: retaining dispute Item. and! I "
I iiiiiiiniiiinil uilij fiiminllloa har i>
the year 1650 and settled In B BBX: Times-Union and Citizen of April 20, I the bill containing It becoming a law. write the J11J1ul"act.r.'rs. Lee from First tq Last Day. II..c.-"r. ) I ti .. n I i 1..1.1.! rlntvtl ..4.1

c_ t county Virginia and wbo was of the uttere-1 tho following I remarkable $ 11..' notlfcnf ,'1. . ,nMlnlml.I abu| wn

Blenheim branch of wbat has since bly fulfilled: I Seminole War Pensions. j! -- UAllotM. bianco .ii t ". .'it! hox. are dells. t

Ar become. numerous family. Mr. Tal. prophecy! which has been_ so r m.rka'i The bill granting pensions of $8 > I.' f.nimitte."... .. .i h prurltict I".... ... i
"The DlDl
whol( pitut Me of James P. Carrie four "Yankee" .
anU. i' iaferro's father was Edmuni', Pendle- month each to the surviving soldiersof I whir i.i'ii l lint. I it '."n"lu )>.. dollverTnMcirK Ii., \
Tallaferro stamps him as the antithesis .. ... ... .. .. .. '
: the Seminole Indian t as n gentle reminder of .....I ., Al'o Uml i ittifuUTi .14-::
S ton TalUferro, a prominent physicianof of the ) of I War of 1856-7
( IttrnaKbKue man action ,
ITItIt&r ,,, and ;
t 5' Orange county who devoted his en. rather: than gpeech who will : and to the widows of deceased soldiers that great bloodjrTELE .truggle. I 51111 I n. Ierka, '
5 perform .- ;
-F t In 1"IU.k\
Jt t'i i "" ) arraligelileuls Of'
7 ( & tire life to the duties of his profession more than he. dares to prornlse I thereof, enacted, In 1902. wan the subject ,
MiM irliiiHr\\ it t l.i "M'
-llttthat: : vlclnlt,. fair to his foes loyal to his friends i of Senator T&liaferro's constant i ..*., lion. .: I hal c iiiiillilitien, ,I! Ue ............ :4

1 ::5r, S Mr. Tallaferro waa engaged In aquiring > unmoved In dufcat and equal In vic care. The result of the passage o ,I-ii-Ii'l, l to} th.. "1II1'''', u (..iiiiiitt-o A 1
4 5; his education In the noted I the bill will be to distribute in Florida FRIEND OF
5- t. tory-a very rock In the time of trouble ,
. -
.- vrllnii 1 An) |1''f'01> .1..lrl,1I'| |4> btoomtniiilMiiii a 44
., school of William Dlnwlddle at Greta hut modest and quiet when uo- I annually\ for some years the sum I 1 THE PEOPLE. I. ,. 'Mr iiny l'i.ui.. :) iifnre, Includlnsi

.4- S wood. When the war between the I cess IK assured. The service he nan of about 1100.000 to these deservingand TROPICAL nioinixTiiif thi I 1.i--l, >lnrintnll, IIle/.ll liam. itiMlti

I State. began and left the school InS done left him with' wide popularity bo- long-noglected! patriots and their i I tli,.,II.. i I. -.-,h'rOILh lli. turn oliiuii4y .

1804, when only 17 years of age. to cause he Is not a brass hand campaigner surviving representatives. The origi- MANUFACTURING Ni-iim.-ii |II, iiii; utlu-u' liy or on the tIJoI8

,f m ,". eallst In the Confederate army In I ; but the whole State ",11BOOn\ nal Mil for thin purpose was introducedby | HTS ?'ATFORM. ,lii) "I April run ,

.- 1..t -which he served until the close of the know this worthy son of Old 1rgln-la'l Mr. Taliaferro In the 5Gth Con- 8...-ilo-i .'t lluiny| <>( 1I1.1..l.on| aud clerks j

S ,S 'war Returning to *his home after this citizen of Florida as Duval Coon- 1 gresa, and .passed thi Senate but was The farming and laboring shah IMJ LiMo I..r1...y each with eve CCDISI

S i" "1. the surrender-- he endeavored: to reaume ty knows and honors and trusts him .defeated In the House. At the next: COMPANY his mIl ,HR .ea flikt conuJeration.
.1.1-: >' '; and complete his "turtle*. but absolutely." I session he Incorporated Its provisions men !I.>(ImKi-i;,; and) n-Cirt| '

S S '.. I the misfortunes of war had made sucn !In another orgenerol pension bill then Jacksonville, Fin.'S GOOD WAGES' FOB HONEST MeMlon II. ,Ol.e 0' tlio In..ct.ort| otlwitlOBiiuiu

v4' changes In the condition of the famlly l
: ;'. '0" that he. decided to. abandon his purpose TALIAFERRO'S pending and It wenTrMthrough. both -. WORK.. lie, CtiWnir Domooratla Executive Commltfcos"'

S ? -- and enter at once upon the reaponllbilitlee j Houses: In that shape becoming a law l to y the 11111. ol :May. iwii \ ',.

of manhood! In the' hopeS )I LIBERAL PENSIONS. .Liberal .-*'l lion 7 All w hits- lu-niocrau .. ho 'STSt'lijimliiiiil

S; . S of bettering hla own fortunes as well RECORD IN THE I Indian War Claim. School POLICY. The Pri- ; HNpr, I-HII *if HUito Executive; Commit f

: as those of hi. family. Bo much baa been published' concerning I.... .1..11 ",- nt.: .w..1 .tn. vulv' in raid primary
'I UNITED STATES SENATE Florida's anciwut first mary. Th. Railroad Commission. Hi 'thlil 1' ] \ open'al K.Kilt . <
Removal to a more promising field claim. i r' : II''I.\b. 5. -
: ., ; '
I ) i r.ttni ir .1| > p "e.I, 'lrvrlli-l No. tv
S. ; j4 then offered in his watlva I prevented In the Senate by Senator FOR SALE BY Hard Roads. Econom- ,
than .
was \ I h liitll" I "I"'-'i HI *, A in and 01.... at aua i
BRIEFLY STATED. Yulee, In 1869. for expended ,.1(15 "
t State appeared to be Imperative. and moneys '" $ ical Administration. Paymentof .
<" ,'II"n'I i All I I viin-n liall I l ho oil titleD fir
_v young Tallaferro came to Florida seeking I In the payment- troops) and other- tie $tate Debts. Re u'atlon printfil Ii",Ilit. t.riIlMret| < I In ...."urmlty ..ILb the

5, -. such employment a-s might pre- Free Delivery Route I wise In suppressing the Seminoles In I Kissimmee Drug Co !{ ',..h' clti-lHiii. . I law in cti InraM (krac'tlcablt.*.

S ./' 'ant Itself and finding It, as man, By bill brtort Senator Tallaferrc the yearn of 185G and 1857 that little I of Criminal Corporations and iitnitt-i- (l ii m IkniiHTnilr i 'MI,, 'I 1 h.t' iiii'iiitM-m K a.',iiilvc "I f Commlttu tho
another adventurous youth has done, :, secured the eotablUliinvnl ot a mini need be said of its earlier history, I Trusts. S cliM'icMl in unlit, irtiuar>. hut that tbo nain of

S , ,
I n tli'ki-t I In i roclin-i t In which he ..-
S. > der. Possessing no capital but health Florida, and of i'o' .lal tub-htutlons in When Mr. Taliaferro entered the- Kissimmee Fla. i kl'll'H'
'' ,
S S hope and a sturdy determination to' the suburbs of the City of Jackson Senate the previous efforts of the I A MAN OF DEEDS. 41.4 tliui 1 11 I I hrii I Iii> nltlfu .of, "Kiiixjrrlaor of 4

win which has ever since been one n- villa. State's representatives In the Con- c.____ __""'.._v _. ... ... It. iiUlrncto( hu liiH'ill' mi Iii.. I ticket
'I -- .v.t"t""tt"t"t"tttttt"tttt"ttt'ttt"tt"t '- A K 'KKAKIiKN.: ) Chairman. ,
1. his chief characteristics*, he took service I, gresa had resulted In having the Secretary --..- 1\ J S ( ,' Itls. .iSocnlMryKlKHlmimw.. .

, S as a lumber marker In a saw mill Fait Mall to Florida.As I of War make and state an account " !" " , ttt"t", " " .1 Kin.. March. lath, 18O4.

: -* common laborer, wearing the a member of the Committee onPostoinces I showing the respective amounts At.. nii. tinuor th. itinAlirn| OtinimHWoi' nf

'::7 r roughest of clothing and living on the and, Postroads, Renstor Tal. mutually due from the state and from E NORTH KI8SIMMEE. PHONB N. B =3 Iii h.. nt.niocrutliRsnriilivit I . OoramltUw, ihe fol.
I "lug hiNix. 'UiniatiilOUTlu of ,luottoB war*
L coarsest of fare. He "graduated ferro succeeded In having an amendment the United' States.' With a view t t. 111M>lllt tl

,e :> thence 'Into a Baker county loginfl reported by the Committee to'''1 the successful advocacy of the claim C. W. GRIFFIN | ffn-im-t. : No. 1(-c. Htu-ki-U, W. K. n rwf.L '
S Ira
| Wcmtla-rlw. liiHiiUir. Frank Fanui
:5 with little In hit ; worth.Hrwrliit .,,
fj' Improvement
J camp the clause of the bill providing for a he planned for a place on the Commltte .Ii.rk

,, '" 'condition; bet after some years oft Fast Mall Route from New York to on Claims which he secured. No 2 -.J, H, ... H llant

t ic ,faithful service for othera. he began Atlanta and New Orleans for the extension I| After. many months. of careful study (I Hr.II,-lnt In-y::No, In-ix-rfcim.rf. W. I W. 1.. M.-.1..T, ..)*..k.
:&k P.: ''i .to look 'out for himself. Having! become of similar fast mall facilities of the details of the claim and the exleting :- Ij,n','. rile. IJ W<, liMiMtctom* Campboll; Wo. L. fetriokliftiid. -

S familiar with the lumber busl- to Jacksonville, without additional! situation-In which he had the fancy family firoceries,1FRESa 1 .I
Krinci '
N. .
''nea. 'from the ground he addressed to the railroads. <- 1 I-: ( Ttinrniu J. L. Dnnon.
S up T Invaluable assistance of Hon. Wni D. K H. Warn .,. ; |>. -Urii ; k. ? himself to "the attainment ol bill as thus amended )parsed. the Senate tiloxham, who furnished much of the Prm-lnct N.). &._K.: A. iihitiwnn. I. W.N...-

the high position therein which he but the provision for the Jack data and probably knew a 8 much rh..k ties' NouI' 1ul"rw"'t"Hl| "; u. 1.8uIII__.

S soon achieved and which proved t t.< sonvllle route was stricken out In the about the matter as any other person :: : IMIIEl.A.TS.E f r'--ii.t\ : N". ".-.'""".. I...niwr. W. B. Ckxlwn. -.

S be the-safe; bails of his later success. House. living-Senator Taliaferro decided fluru1r.: ,( Willis llnll, h>H|>i..-t
.4 S
.S I growth as a man and a citizen Mr. Pension Committee Work. action upon It was-to present! It as an Delivery every day, at any hour ; patronage solicited. _3 .1..11.';.' e A "",'.""HI. liiMpontom; :!. H..W........
Tallaferro, while making no preten As a member of the Committee on '"j
to.he\ Omnibus' Claims I rt-i-iiit No. H. ,Ilm K. En"", r.r.p
1 slons as a politician became profoundIT Pensions, Senator Tallaforro had In htipersonal bill. then pending in tHe House and :? LULL ULLUL 1U1U1ULLLLuLuLLuujuLuiAtlantic ilrlc t 1".,''', W. .1 '8 Curt '""i1"1'1". ", ; <*. w- Bush I

S Interested in the political events charge the pension 'Interesti which embraced large "
a number of Ai'i..s-iti'titi of ramlliUtiMfor i
4 the tlntiws and passed through the tryIng I of cltlxena of Florida. and oRUiv were
qt Georgia claims Involving the Iterests of nearly 11",1 HK folloWH, :J
: scenes of the reconstruction peflbd South Carolina. The records of the State In the Coast Line Railway ,tahitI. !Scnntor<| . '' ..I oi.4
l every Union. He accordingly company.TIME M'mIM'H..t.. .....
5- .5.,, CM >
shoulder with Pension Office faith.
shoulder 'to. some will show how offered an amendment to (['(iunty. ..luilifuithiTlrf t.iprsswntetfy..a. CO i
S. iS of Florida's bravest and worthiest splr fully he performed this duty to the that bill ; :: : :: go (ft
making the S
5, -* of provision for TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 1904. ('I'rle..f. Cirnult Court . .'.tOOO.
Its. helping to. bear the burdens of the people all these State*. his report 10THj
payment of the claim. In this policy! Tax Asosait 40 U>
S trial of Democrats charged with viola. upon pension claims therefrom beln. andthl'ouhout the entire, course ot DEPARTURES FROM KI88IMMEE. r.5 I7uli)i
S w. ,tlons Of Republican election Ijiwa; and adopted by tho full Committee( In practically Fnr irlmi.lo., 8"nford, Jai-ksonville County Hupt. PuMlo Iiutrao'tlon't'iniity . .. .. l ID 00 :.
legislation In Wnyrroni.
5' ...... on one occasion was fln-d In contempt every case. Besides this work, the matter he bad the ThonmBHIIo.i SHV ai oft|ii I. ch..rlup.Uu. W (liii inj. hiirvn rir .. S 08
united and enthusiastic UOlAnLy'l.r..ul't.r. . .. .. .. 00
cooperationof Ion Klchmiili'1. 53
J WmlilQulnn.
N 32 11.42 P. M. Norfolk
for cheering In open court a verdlclS. he Introduced and aided in the passage the other o. ini.rp I'liilmtellu Nuw .Turk. Biwtun oA HaIti. ('(.unty CJominlHHlnntirx. .. . ..
representatives of .II| tOO
ol acquittal in one of those trials. H. of a large number of private pension Flori- KnsUjrupolnU.ITnr -inlH.rMiif... m-hiHil Ianl . . ,
I da In the CongreHS. .Iu.tii of Peso .. I .. I 60
t I.
4 ..." d'th..PeIl101racy' : with unwearied : bills for Floridians. 'on.t..hl. ,, . '
: . . . .p1110
1t From the beginning the delegation' Orlnmlo Hanford, Jii k.f>nvlllo. ..
1' enthusiasm and rare fidelity without I TlKiiiinivi 10. MuiiUonicry, YII"'I.:| .. Hlr> lug' \"iinty Ro.JI..tton Offlow . ..... S W
encountered On
' of personal reward during active and determined opposition No. 40 18 P. n-m. Nnnhvllle. Atlanta. CiiMLunoiiK, "'otlon..f T. M Murphey. OommUta
-S v thought 12 M. : Knox ,
S of Democrat! Cuban Cypress Tariff. ) from other members who represented lll.. Kv n,.vllle and nil VVcmi-rn puitiu. ..!.,,. suboot to nail of thai Chulrman.HiljouriiMl '
.subsequent years When the War Department had military claims embraced In the bill. IftVl\hn"h. L-liarlentou, W I IIml.\\tn.I \\ ., 'Klihnouil i t vr.J.8.0VV"'HITE'S Beo.
'rule. and to such good purpose that h< \Vn.liliiutou } ...lclpbla
;.; control of Cuba the
became th. .choice of his fellow Democrats tariff then existing for the provisional Island his By'shrewd and bold insistence upon Nw York. BO.U.II awl all W,tcrii, Ioiut. : : ,

*.. member of the State Exec- classed rlgtitH as a Senator and. upon the N 3.59 F..r. (Lakotalftnd. Main city. '''"' ,
cypress lumber as cabinet rights of the State Mr. Taliaferro o. 21. A M im Hunt Gor-
succeeded daiIaalItjterrnediats ,,
of which
S Committee body "
: eilitly, "; he.. wood whereupon the duty was absolutely In neutralizing: such opposition Vermifuge i
chairman for several years. \ _
VW1Is.lI. I prohibitive. Senator Taliaferro In the Committee and For ...Jrela"I.' Plllnt City :
the No. Tampa
married Senate no- 39 4.29 P M Punta Oor-
t ,
Mrr Talls-ferro was .
.r. :?:,1.1fl 1871 appeared before the Departmentand tably In the case of a prominent Sfn- dot at ill 1 liitenncamlo utalio-.K:

S b... :))'t .',::3Ila..Je"le.JiardY.some of la Norfolk thltmt:. Va.ol. successfully argued for a change ator of another State who feared that No. 35 7.50 P M rT1ri4, Kant Cltr aiil THE filimiTEEl :
establishing ;
in the ; TKiniinaiiil'ort
vd1na. -tariff by meaiu of a ruling the allowance of Florida's large claim .

m't 'qJack.oovIl3sbs' ever slnc '"ir sddcdthere. of the Department whereby cyprest. might endanger the chances of his Train 34 and 1\; curry I'ullman't Sliest WORM :
-' / ,Success came to himas,, the lumber SICCI.vrs buL"I Port Tamp. and Jener ( Q
was rated the wune as pine own. By carefully studying the mer roarhei through from JacknonvlMa to Wuhlnston. 1 I ntrll ceru bets eon.keol1vlllo Ily a"d'N.w d. '
f.f1'fv: .dueyWard.Of: Intelligent up- lumber, greatly to the advantage of its of this opposing claim he y..k.Tr.
was prepared ins No' 40 .nll 21
.r with "his fellow men, oirrr Pullman Parlor aDd
Ticht'dealing oars
sleepers between
Florida manufacturers
S ; and exporter: to disclose Its weaknesses had vllle. Viinta Grdceul Jacksonville Jad..novillo >a and j""kllOo.
!> nntNw
'oiJj: b ;soupl him... He.becamtpresident l..ul8 viA York; also Jseksoiiviij. and REMEDY.THE
S,, k\ &D4. c1n thereof, and of all persons connected this been necessary; but thin claim Mniitgnuiry' 8t.

0; "'.ffi l' ) -01'the FlraC, National BankEf with the cypress lumber industry In was defeated and opposition to the P.I rain de O.No Ctecmers 8U carrlci sail''ollm frolll .u Parlor car between JII"I"OD1'llle and Port Tamps .. ,0- .
':'\-,:. ,! ,.of.:Tjmapa-...naeraber of'the Florid. the .etate. Florida claim did not materialize. Tburuda .L II 16 P D. Key .We,4, lIavau. 8und.y.. Tuesdays sad '

: i VV l' t.'BoU; &()Health and 4c. Nevertheless For ,.nil. complete and reliMbla information reg.rel estea. CHILDREN fAVORITE T NIC.; '

S : . ',1.ofttJle.C..a.olU'll: Co. 7n.s.e&'b.prospefltrke J Florida' I posed. The other obstacles Inter sleeper ....ervatl n., etc.. c.n on any OosI Lies Arenl.oti4drsu,II through cat .n8D..meU.. .iwa'nc .t 'miTarton.'' ?"; '

L., ; has'lived 0',' Appropriations. bill which"originated In T. O. WRITE, DI"hloo Pa..enrer DI.. -TBllIp.. ni. v... .CKUIN. rmtnmtm eats .....1) .,1
\",. S aa4 ..iostreZ.' ''ev''' TH vorl .&coiplIshd; ! ( by the( l'1o4k1e&.Uoa :- the House was .,mended In the 8en- H. K. )UIER801i.. 'W. ;J <(<;:n.aio O.nera'' Peu.11 BaUard'Snotr Unlcnent Co:.
af obriMl 'S ? ngerAgeat. .
Ida In Congroa. In the mat- to coauoa a, jxoy..iau t&t U Wtniivton, NC: ;' .
90 '
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14' :1
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