Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 27, 1904
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00126
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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FIGURES THAfiT Kelly! Klips..gKeep .. REWARD. I., . ton' fire 1'1'k".r' Primary ..... .J! ,. . V
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II kool Js the'oraer of the day at Cle, tl.., ,Jtte' 7. I9O4; : W

Melly .. Another delightful toe-cream V iwn: ..ae,.,.iA:. lfart4t9W; DRUGS ; ; .. .;.. ''r?
entertainment '
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; TELL THE'T LR Newton PATENT .. ... ..,
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.. al few nights' ago reduced our, animal Mutilation 'ot Stock 1( Will Be Prosecuted Tb following ,b*.a appointed V serve.5Iup.aot. ( \1
.a114 clerks) of .
temperature and .raised election la the S P t :
\ to ,fever heat O PR'
I . our.admiration of the lolriltable .praoiDoU ol OM ala count/,ai lh. D*.O.entla ; "
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by Stock Growers. ; ; N 1.:
o-r. Mra.-1* W. Johns, ol Lakeland who ,, Primary Clmtlon\ to ba held tone. T, iron , ; ;\ ',\;\
<. Official Vote' in the: Primaries has been visiting the family -of, her,! __ V_:. V .. UtrtctNo.vHtnry' A' ''Xau..w., O, C. ; :::!; : \ ,....,
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IiupM.on. 0.
> father* Hon R.: C. Partin.' returned Haaarsd; Iloil.re'1s Harvy
Two Offsrs..)r< CowsorJcaslati '"
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home Clerk. / \ ; ;
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/ on May 10th.. Mr Larry.MpCutcheon 'who- baa {tit First. rrsMcatlsa .sai Ptotrlct No. .-J. H. a.oD..P.'O. CromtrHe 'A"ARTICLES" \ ,,
.,........;..-'. ,', .. been*engaged In',business ,In Orange 'EvMtst! t Cssrk ( H.-U, OrcnirMt: InipMton, 'l< X' ,, Broo' ;, ." "
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VICTORS AND VANQUISHED.Interesting county for the last two months. Is orr o.ri.rk.; ClQARS. ; I .:\)
., a brief visit to relatives aDd friend Oovernor'Jenaings'ha.: offered a reward : Du/flclNot.-J'W.- Campbell D..WooUn, TOBACCO ) -, : F. .
That here. of two huudrd dollars for the Lewis JobDxm, lajpoetors W, L. Strickland, ; ; ,
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Data Has at All vegetation in'these "dlgglns"' 1* first prosecution! and conviction of CUrk.DUtrlctNo.." BTa ; [ "' ''.. t'
Length Been Completed. suffering greatly on. account otbe party.or parties guilty of the mutilation l.-W.'W.>rtln.. A.. ri; -B.M, /,10''
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IODR'drouqht'. of the stock of George W, Hop Marion Warren, iMpeotors. 'H.: C-. Tbomu, .Pfesc1 ', ;, 'Ii: eR'
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"'h. The follow'lnlZ'1' t.b.oMcTilte(1a.t Mr. R. D. 'Llbb;, the personifica kin of Osoeola. > clerk 4. '' v 1iJ', ,
$'or'all State oHIoers on May'lOih. tion of genuine geniality. and good 'This action of the Governor ia In response 1>UtrlctNo, .-<3.ril4 JUhton.ioha Troy Bar b as / i 1), ',\ .
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United States: Senator. Call 1,108; cheer, is still "on top' in many re- ,to an appeal made some. time"jl'O' Owen:ampbeU."' In.peoU>.., Q., W, N.tuew, ,PhsraisclstHsw. ., yC< i. j I>,>, :.
W S Jennings. 8,24.5: J N O Stockton, apects,but chiefly In regard to his industry by the executive committee of the CI.'I1:; .u. .' ss V"
12,771; J P Tailalerro,I 22,222 and careful management of hi Southeastern Stockgrowers' Association .. 'ltriat No,4.-Bob*Johns, W. B.M" .. 'rboD1,, .bm ,' .J,J
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r riiorerpor B Broward. 13,247; C grove and farm interests. which met on the 17th of .last ...A'tG04.I.,;: ,. I ,peoto...., ,,JT.. H,?< BaUdsn, ;; ( ; t 1 J ,, -i'

Brown, 0,312; II W Davis' J3.020; Miss L. E. Overstreet, of Shingle/ mog'md'decided. upon "' vigorous Clerk. v' ?' .. ( ;I. .'
,4J Maya,-i62.! '. t* on a visit to the Kelly mansion the. measures in the case of mutilation. of District t No ?.-W.P.. Doderblll, Ea. Aldermen '.

Secretary of State-J E Broome, guest of Miss Ruth Belton. stock belonging to one of the members Abb Wrlfbt, ;rnlnsp oton.. JHWalk L____ . Iwt
13.628 II O, Crawford 17,138; B F Mr. Ed. Whaley seems to keep buiy of the association er,Clerk. : : >. ,
Kirk]< 4,236.Attorney. and,jQ matter where we meet him he The case in point w'i: that of Geo.: District No',._.... D.Tlndall,Jno.'xi. EnnU, ?t w /

Gener..l-W H ILlllu. 18,- is the same smiling courteous gentle .W.illoplclnaoJLOBoeola, ,.. one .of the r.K.Tupp. .: l.peelool'L...O. W, Best Clerk., ;
73; AlfredSC C1ah+Abram.. 14,607. wealthiest members of the aisociatlon, .RUOI.VED, that lb. qoatlfloatloni pf voter Comptroller C Croom 28,081. man.The people do not 'have the spirits who imported a blooded bull and shall be die same as tit the election of,Xa,'10, : i :;

Tre..urerW V Knott, 20.02S. with which they: wereauppllecT! .few I turned the animal 00' his range the 1W4. If
Superintendent of Public Instruction weeks, ago! but they are in hopes that bull soon after being mutilated in a RuoLrso That'W pay o'Inspector. and r
-W M Holloway, 20,870; W N Sheaw, it will not cdnUnue to' be so distress horrible mapoer by unknown parties. Clerks be KM, and flvo. ocnU a nils each war :
10,448. ingly dry.': The matter was reported to the executive fur brluglug in the .bollotbozea.. On*' of the : : I

Commissioner AgtlclI t.ure-B E Mc- The Peghora. school .is progressing committee the Stookgrowers': ln>p cU>r* ball brills' In tbs ballot boxes,. ._ s-a'-Ja'
Lln 2(1040.Hallroal( nicely and the attendance- good considering Association and a meeting of''the 7b ExcouUvs Commit will meel.at'.the r K F

Commissioner L. Mor- the season. committee was called by the. president Court HOUK In KluLmme on oody,' the ; : .i
I The Primitive Baptists propose to to take steps towards the apprehension 1Mb: deyof June 1W4, M ODe p. ..,:to canvautb } : 'f' '. ,

Ado tent. Oeneral-J a. it Foster. conduct a aeries of meetings at .fog and conviction of bePI1lt.\ party Nturn c,'. '--: ,_
18,870; Allan Thomas, 9.842. horn early in June: or parties.* A. E. BBARDKN, 01ChaIftnaD. w\,-'. .
State Cht'ml.lt-R E Rose, 24,018. The State'Constltulion prohibit a Protection of the members and their .- ; ,
Supreme Court (six-year: term)-RFTsylqr governor's succeeding; himself but property Is one of the chief concern T. M. MURPHY, :R '
24,250. wouldn't it be' advisable to continue of the association and as the case in 8eo"....,.. I ra
Supreme Court-R 3 Cockrell 10.OM the present governor of Peghorn dur- question 1* one of the first; with which - : '

; A J Henry 15.158. T M Sbackei.ford log life or good behavior. the association has to deal. It is pro- Notice of Application for Tax '

J8.2J.&t: J 13 WhitOeld 18656. bickering;controversies or quarrel posed to use every effort to secure. ev Deed Under' :
Section 8 of
National Committee Jefferson has idence and Identification.The i i
Member Everything: jostled down to > -: '
11 Brown. 16,813; Cromwell Olb- a happy equilibrium. -- president, Capu S.11. Oaitsklll, Chapter 4888 Laws 'ot i ,!. (

bona, 6,818; Frank W. Pope, 6,840. of Marlon onuntv. took Immediate action Florida. I : V
For Convention 6,208. Do It Today. In) calling upon the Governor and dr. .

Against Convention--11,154. This time put.tlna'be matter before him. asking Mouse U hereby siren that A C Wbaler.pnr.ttiuttr ; : : .
worn Injunction, "never that a reward of two hundred dollarsbe of Tax Centnea4 Mo. MO; dated the
For Presidential Electors-U P B.1.ley put off 'till. tomorrow what you can do nth day ot June. A D 1IW7 hay Bled. Mid ccrtlfloile ,
22,934: ; T A Jennings, 24,002: J CB. ;od.y," Is now generally presented in offered for the prosecution and conviction In injf odloe* ,' and ba mad applloatlon
Koonce A B Newton, 23,475 of the guilty. Advice came for Ux deed lu ions. ta aooordano with law,
23.737; ; this form "Do
: it today! That I. from the Governor yesterday thatthe sale I joerUArM mbnees the following 6*. QR :
}< H Stoneman Z3.063.For the terse advice we want to give you a Titwd property situated la Oeoeota Countr: , .
of the association had been
Delegates to the National 'Dem about that hacking cough demoralIzing request Florid towin I.-i.l.,
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granted and the reward offered nooordtagly.TimesUulon .It 5 taWJ4ofsCgofNWJIee50TgM$3 '" 'I',
ocratic Convention from the State
cold with which you have been ao .
L*-lfe-TJ Appleyard, 15,307; John 8 struggling. for several days, perhaps May 24th. The. uld lande 'aeeaeiej .. the ott. of .
Beard, 15,615; T K Bryan, 14.228; W week. Take some reliable remedy The Foregoing! is correct except thatthere lhalUnknow..uaUM Ol.lIela oerilacae la the Dame ol
J Bryan 16.2o7; C A Carson 12.9M; for it. were twelve fine bull mutilated 'r : .
today: -and let that remedy: be instead.of one.Following Unless VldcerUrc ( *hail be redeemed sooordinx asa
W J Ulllman, 15,465; Claude L'En- Dr. Ltotbee's German which \ to law,tax deed will Lowe thereon V
Syrup, Proclamation oa
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of
.gle. 12.054.For h..*'been in use for over thirty-five the!i7i ; day of JnuV A D 1DO4. ,nn1tn !! ]
Governor Jennings offering two hun will.... ofltclal .. seat.
Delegate to the National Democratic A few doses mjr .uuura .aDeI tbliIke .
of it will :
years undoubtedly :
dred dollars reward: \ :3SM day of May, A D 19M. -
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Convention from the Congressional ,relieve your cough or cold, and ttiO if. LKK.1: > y.Yk. '
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DI.t.rlote-Firat.. District., W J STATE OF FOOMDA. ,
its continued use for a few days wljl (KAL.) Circuit Court;
, Chambers, 3,729; W R Fuller, 6,080; cure you completely. No matter how EXECUTIVE DKFARTMBJTT.TALL4tASSEK O.owla Conntr,Florida. : :F L-* ..
A P Jordan, '.&O:!; II C McRae, 3,323. deep seated your oougb, even if dread FLA. May 13. 1904.Whereas. Br B u BULLOCK. D, c. : cow
Second District-T S Anderson. ,- consumption hat attacked lungs It. has officially been made F :
:your ,
\ ,)7j i D N Batcbclor 4.814..1 E T Bow- German Syrup will\) surely effect cure known to me that on or about the 7th Application for Discharge as :

l '.den, fiA67; D L Oaulden ",.gs. -as 1 It has done before thousands. day of April, A. D. 1904 In the county: I Administrator ,,. "
\t'' Third District-Royal C Dunn 2- of .." .rently boneless cases of lung of Osoeola, State. of Florida, unknown : ;
134; .Frank L Ma .. 3GM'; F 0 lien.ahaw trouble. New trial bottles. 250; regu- party or parties maliciously mutilatedthe To Take ALL. nottaa WHOM tbat IT M(*be v CIICBB underelnod, .*! administrator ..

: 4,151; C L WI\.oo.\ 4,890.. *. 'err sice, 75o. At. Osoeola Pharmacy. live stock of Geo. W- Hopkin., ol tbe rtiM of Jopb 8. Oliver deoeaeed, : : SWis
.. For J lidges Circuit Court-First Cirult and that a warrant is now In the hands wilt, rte Wedneed..y, She aoth day o/'November, '
< -CTiarles B Parkhlll, 4,83 Robert Lamartitt Dead of !the Sheriff for their apprehension, A. D. IDM, at 10 a. m. on eald day make big i -
anal return of hi aooounu geld dmluU
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Second Circuit-John W Malone 3,- but thai he find it impossible to serve train, and apply fora discharge from big aaldadmlulitralwreulp.
103. Mr. Robert Lamarttn, one of Bat-, the same ... .the unknown party or '
Third Circuit-B H Palmer, 3,680; LE singer' oldest and most. useful citizens parties have fled from justice.. S, C. BRTAW.aa Administrator- E. : , '

Roberson 1.408. 0 died at the Lake House Inbl.. Now, Therefore acting under' !the estate of Joseph .of. OU tbs f' f.
Fourth 1 Circuit-R M Call Clay ett"a... night about. 7 o'clock, and' authority v..l.ecllo me' as Governor, .' ray, deoeued.;. E, .n'.J:i .

,county, .2; Duval county.2,315; Nantau was burled In Rosa Bill cemetery this I do hereby offer a reward of Two P. A.; VANS. AGN". W. E ;;

county, 353: St. Johns county UIJ; morning at o'clock.. Hundred Dollars for the arrest and Attorney.; mI7, 4ts. :>r' a' ,pry"
> "-. o**" II* bad long been < a sufferer from conviction of the. unknown party "or E ; '

BFI th'Ctronit-W I S Bullock, 2,902."BUth consumption and was brought her parties guilty of the' crime mentionedLenin Teacher.' Examination., E & ,
about ten day .' 'a .. .,
: ClrculF-J'B Wall 6 6S.-'>- ago for treatment but ', "* 2.! i : r '
Seventh Circuit-Minor 8 done.,3- the dread disease bad 'dime Its"' fatal Id TesUm6ny bereot,-*I-ha'...--hereunto -..Au:.examlnatlo of applicants for E Also :: : : : ' :

: work and he passed) away las* night set my hand and caused teachers',certlflcate will be.held at E If : : \ : ,'

242.Elgbth Circuit. -James T Wills, 3- at stated above. He leaves a large ., -. the Great Seal of the 'State' the court house in the town of Klsstm- Phone )& "
' family and numerous friend to mourn { 8BAI l J to be affixed,at Tallahassee.'M mee,' Fla, beginning' ..". nlne o'clock, E' :: ; /: !
O30.For State. At.Loroe-l'lrat.._Judicialf2t. hi. loss.World'. < -' --. r the Capital; this, the 23rd a Tuesday, June 7, 1004>> and continuing livery : J'&L "

,< l'Oul.W..JL8r Kelioe. 4,077. day of May: A D. 1004>> : two or more days, if necessary. ,
I Second Judicial) CircnltRlveri.Buford H fair Rate via A. C. L. I W. 3. JKNNINQS, Applicants will bring pens, ink and ?I .. { Ull 1 ( u,

+ SSlt; John W Henderson 1201' ,- First class excursion rates from By the Govern ,Governor. legal cap- paper 'tW. : ,

: Ceo W Walker, 1,702. KUsmmee| Fla. to St. Louis and re Attest: H. CLAY-CRAWFORD, B.PINTON, ''i '
Third Judicial Circuit-Chas E Da- turn: tickets sold dally: Secretary of State. Supt.- Pub. Ins.B. ..

'-1l1.M.; Cary A Hardee, 2,045. $944.40 final return limit Dec. 15th. --::;::--- -::=... --a-- I -, -, .. '"-1a ....q
Fourth Judicial Circuit A 0 Hart- 40.35 final return limit 60 days. ) tI I
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ridge Clay 122; Duval 1,773; Naaaaa 32.35 final return limit U d..,.. -- :" '
JM2; St. Johns, 469; total, 2,050, Special day Coach Excursions at V ; : ,. : ; 0l

.A H King;"Clay, 272; Duval 1.653; very lowyates. ; .. ', .. :
Nassau 320; St. Johns, 608; toiat. 2353. ,- Through; Sleepers from Jacksonvilleto .t i : h" j

a Uartrldge'a aaajority 3 votes. St. Louis via Montgomery: and Lou : !! ,, ".,
Seventh Judicial Circuity-Cecil[ OUott.1,164 Isvllle and Nashville n. R., and via

M ; .lobo C 30De 3,061. "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE.1 ; ; :
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Lvre-J' W Adam, Hamilton 11,'IJ1; For further information,' communicate tt y ,l1. ,t '.':.
: Dr Warren E Anderson, Escambla, with T. C. White Div Pass. Agt J" ;.'"" /.

11,538; George L Babl, Du.aJ-, 10.808! ; Tampa, F.a., W. J. Craig Oen'l Pass. ;''' '
N A Blltcb, Marion, J3, l; A C Agt, 11.; H. Emerson Traffic! Mgr., 4. : '' I;
x | Biount; Jr., Escambta, 12.828: John Wilmington,N;9 x.I : :; ?
,', M Bryan. la14\1l7.; CDCtoua-b, i-' :>! . i ;

Polk 10.4 5cp Codrington, Volu- The A. C. LVpay train passed up r4'' st I .. "

1 laia.12,428.Herbert 10,620; E A' Crawford, Gadaden the road yesterday, making the em ..., .. \!
; L. Dodd Columbia '.
ployees the road happy: by its distribution = ''''
|%758; W W-F noer. Nassau,. 11.362; of cash. 1> ,

Y ID. If Fletcher. Duval. 13,448;_R. Bj - -- _---- k4 ; { ,"-,0".. :.1),.1'
u..rDett.-uranp. B,3ws: u r H.al", Quick Arrest.J. ; V "' ,
I VOlu.I..8,9Mi Jeff A Hendley, P..- I I ;:t' '"t
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A. Oulledge t
'of Verbena Ala .
9.8. 2'; Francis A BeDdr Lee, 7V ,- : .,. ..
twice in the from <,
was
William hospital s severe '-' ;" .
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Hooker 10,110 l 1.
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sj. .I W Long Marion 8,970; H II Mo- case plies causing :24 tumors. 'U4V 4' "' ,
Dreary, Alaohua 7,010 Guy Metoalf, After doctore aDd all remedies failed,
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>ade, 7,832; li 8: Phillip\ *, Hillaborugb Bucklen' 'Arnica salve quickly arrested '1
, 8,880 W H Milton Jr. further Inflammation and cured !! .
: Jackrin : him It conquers t' t tt ..
achesand kill
9.26'tL.John; Q Smith, Sumter, 7,- 2So at Osoeola 4&& : \ : : t;Psi ; :,
4 1)3; J N Whltner Orange, ,0,113., pains Pharmacy.Mr. : .. : : ; ::4.
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According to the rules'of the prlaary ; I js .
election. system from the abovegures and MrVf. M. Lancer, of Ban- : ( .: 1 -"fd1'. ..
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up Tuesday on steamerNaoma
a teoond election will be neo-
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| For U. S. Senator-JasP! Tallafer !Ityade Yonag Again. % ,;. ".1 : . J
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a. John N C Stockton.Barrs. :
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(l' P"CoaR''II--FraatMluk' "l1d.-3 "Ou&otDrKiog'aNew> Life Pills ... ,
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each night fot'two week has c. v
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1'0(". Secretary' Sat -H Clay in my 'teens' again write D. H. Tur . \ ... \,., ,
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11 iwford and J K Broome. ner cf Dempsytown Pa. They're the -.'"'"i" !;, .,. f

(For Oovernor-Root W Davis. and best in the world for fiver., stomach .. ' '.,,"t .''" : !-", '< ,
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bowels. ,
and et..ble.
aeoleon B Broward. I Pu..lre: Never ,'1' r
; grips. Only 25o at Osoeola' Pharmacy '
A Byre Tdirg.R I '''': f: t.
t ""!- ... $
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said : is cure ex- )Tb, time for the city :tax book! ;to \ ."" '' +
Ipt death and taxos but that la'1; not I ; r 't"".; t;
k close la 'June. 1., You 4 bettersee '. : ".",': 1 '

togetber for trne.Consumption,Dr. King's! Is a sure New cur Dlsfverv *-, Collector i', . Williams abutV'V''It.,'<- P'QLGON: ,, : BRO WARD..ThPeople's' To cold & :: .It ': n"

". cutting winds ; ru.-it t ,
Ir all lung and !throat troubles Thou I
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A PoBltlv. 'necessity i" perature,>. & \ in*my ,' H
}ods ;
can tsstify to that Mrs. O; B.D'Met.re ? f
.t of Shepherdtown' Va. ;:Popular and Leading Candidate posure of the -Dot, ,t. .' '.i
:$avlnktOlay bed "
' f-4>I upon my for:14 public .. :/II.... / '.
[ 1s;and bad1 ror* severe case, of Bron- day from a severely: bruised' beg. I ''h :for a tried .
year everything
only found relief when I ". -- bottle hound toured: te, j ;w'.
Syrup .
and of.lbut.. got DO relief.. One hotofDring' of Ballard's Snow, Liniment. ''J.'"' w < +,
can >;
A:. Barr tl1-
I New' Discovery then cheerfully recommend It a. the beat 'Vote for him and c Nii'elect. as yourOovemor': a man in full -ym. 31 1902, !' { ,i ,'i.. -"", ;
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M absolutely" .It's Iolal1lbl. ,to medicine to.r l." ever:; sent to' ,the I pat6y"wlth the plain people of his.'native/State.; ;:On'J'on i whom.',the, Horehound ." '_o.. .

oup nia,and whooping consumption.cough,'. Try Brlp,]'.pneu-, H'a .afflicted .It baa now become i a' posi. ,Railroads and Corporations'of Florida have no claim for,past favors ,_Aj bad coiig-b."; :, .I .on" 'cat tI

iranteed by tha Osoeola I >Pharmacy.al ; ttve''neoeasity"' upon myself. D,- R. I man of the people(" 'Bigot, body,'brain,and heart.: '..hII' take'!" c; ; f.i ':
Merchant Dcversvllle.TexasJSSiu .
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.. : !. PRINCE LOUIS NAPOLEON WHO IS ha! his f eye the fact that explorers, often The Orange as-an: Ed ;. ,,

,. remained: nearer to the Border than Worthy MMter-W. r.," [m, of the, ';;
; their maps and wrlUmrs>> would lead 1'ernaylvanlp,8oateara! **, rsfwlar g
[ \ FIGHTING THE FOB RUSSIA I II
JAPANESE
: : the public to suppose.. The first, thing' o tie 6ducatlanal'work, of the crane' :
.$ 'to! j' 't 1 that makes nti Ipipresslpu'Js: that the {n h1sdnnualy&; dro... said it affords Kl;/

I') w & \t----i-----" .. fI'll English: ,,'t>ronunclaU<>ii 6C$ Thibet is 'tboWjsry beat opportunity for the. 1 J
_- wrong", both 03'llables, liolnir abort. The tar lo detelop Into a man of cultnnf -
1'M - Inc er t' ., l i iwp :JSliaotlans! nte Ibe lrll>': lltlng on the. )f.'r and of'broad/ mind. The exchan.W -

1>borders nnd they are In the habit of : of. Idea, the .: social' ..Intercournallt ",

.. calling Thibet Ifliot 'Then ,jignln It !! pr Wf, r. :tho ?armel:,*a I
has another nploet being,6pnken. of by ;;; '
C 1r his'ta//nlly. the valuable dlselpIlM;;' ",
'- ....- 'Y4 i}Q 1 1 I'S N Vim'll. t o hdw + Its own.. people 811 Clieen 'China, being this Well r tablsli| .d. conier atlvor' ,
: RI known AS .Ma-Cbpen, :or theiblRKcrCuopn. "
: -:' ; ,, h t 1 f 1leingm'Iginnlly.lnhnblted/ \ : by 'ganlz1kt.LoD, are *H stwAg .factora'lnbldlding "
M stronger ruraJ 'CltI. I
1 better,
'a !heathens. I It Is remarkable that It Is a
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__ tcnsulp. Who is It that liMmemberila (
S now the lost priest rlddrt country
in the world, and for tills the tnliablt- :1lp: Jhe' Brans* that Is not. pons -. '

t 11 'el.., t L'f 1 1 1 Y nnts have to thank: an ancient king. Jc.19! of Its i'aovjng, mtdd! him awan. .

rY11 "' 1 who married two 'I'II-the one a nttcl1lg'et With more'love tor .our o
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t 1IV11p S princess' from Nepal.Tnnd; toe other bch vod county: end 1_ .!II' bcr grand

tt from China and these' "bring of a religious Bud noble 1artluitlona.TWho li there'

1 turn at mind Introduced tbclrrespective among the Intclllscat( cltlena of. our
cree>Hlndoolsm and Bud- common we.alt h who loves toe' state '"

u' !, dhism. and clorlea In' her development but
1 t1 P 1 1 y It fiT not (generally; known that thereIn honor and respects the grange tot '

; q a vast desejlto the northwest 1'f' ,achievements and possibilities/ In lh. ,

?d 1t t IJmsHiiTlileh the Rile Ilahadur states education and elevation(! of our rural ,',
r,
'. la Impassable. unit thud forms another ""population "

dl 41 1 ,,11 vss'IV J 1' '1'i e' barrier to that most romantic dry.
1 The marriage customs, to the civilized '
mind, /seem! apt to lead to complications OKPTINO EVEX. '
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"Tbn doior told me I must go to
.,.. .. .." as the women are polyandroiis: ;t
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., ... /'t".l.-\1.; 'i.;: '// but at the famo' thus the "nnperlor sex "\"1..t l aID you Fong to do*" .,
11. .. 'J ( 0,1.n .. have Home In the mutter ins they
+W nay
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.tlrLJJtelttutat; ::; .:i/ '; .p'raw I I'm to oven with
"Wpl.1 K< ins get
...... ","",,-! ." i> ; r" ';>". ,.... make the lady confine her attentionsto "
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/1. -I r ,$ .. .. h'm bv l net 110 art- '
frttln! up
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:: "" .- t" ..,... the family, lire husband's pines being ,
: ;t I .ft i I.d'-o.: oj taken' by hln'brothcr' \''I'h..n1ft\ has Co\ela.ad! Plain Dealgr. e. '

\?:, !. .' '!f' ,,- to leave his borne to look after hIs'' .
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1'.. _....r.'J...;....... '_..; IANI,; <. fi.'J;;,' flocks. Ladies are scarce In the land A NK\V rjXPEHlKVCB.< : -
for the simple reason that female "Why. lid the, tenants want to Irneh:

The .letters of Miss"Merkley whose picture : I babies-do not seem to be very popular tlln iiperlnt'-'id''nTof the lire depart-

and the creator number soon vanish.A inert?" l

,is British Olllrer-ln Black and White. "He pit colt the fire when tb8at
\ printed above and Miss Claussen ..
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--- win 1 becoming: nc-ra for tho nrat

,prove Beyond question that thousands of TO BIHb ELECTRIC' WIRC5. tlcio"-Llfp._
| neelx>uls Nnpok'ou; hag been! put and Huuuiaii. .To anyone who does not I ---- -

of .inflammation of the ovaries and 1n 'OIIIIIIIIUd of the cavnliy division of know him he is a pure Slav, resembling In the matter of binding posts' It TIII n 'OM TOIAN: .

y ,cases t v be lUiMsInn Army In Manchuria.Prlnoc greatly\ the Cossacks, whose Very eyes would seem that there ,In little room for "Ar you doing much work at college
9 Ien uhns IHI'I1| I lit I the L'hiiti'nii and ri'KoIiiteneits" he rrlacelouts' -
'' womb are annually cured by the use of de :Mention near Pnils. In 18 (lriitni cord 1 Is that he .Is nil
... Is ,, "Yes; I'm trying: to keep op ft mrrespnndenre -
tlu {'< oud and joiiiiger/ son of olttcer In the
Huuslini Army. As Hun-
with Bfteen rl8.-l'rIDe.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Prince ..ToronieItoimparte) (rion-Tlon) sin has become popular in Frnucn his ton Tlser.
and 1'1'1 n.l'I'M'I Clotlldp of Katwy nii
of since Jerome Kins of hitter ore 111111\0",1 IIlnt..rlallly.! At i Enliyht.nrnent.The .'
r ?!Dun Mas. PIXKHAM:-Gradual loss of strength and nerve force \Vrstjflinlln.! When the* Prnnoo,Ilus-' the time of the DrexfiiH scandal when I,
c told me comcthing radically wrong with me. I had severe shooting B|,III nllliinoe: was formed he went to politics was so disturbed; he WHS ("on-I| natives arc now become thoroughly t

r1p ,.patng throuffhb the pslvlo organs cramps and extreme irritation com- St. Petersburg, and Joined the> L'znr's .1.1.'rNl tli<> must eligible caiulldntc, i enlightened; I they omit break;

I) t pelted me-to seek medical advioe.( The dootor said that I had ovarian Arm. v Ith the rank of I.lnitoimnt and was the fail( of the people: for |, hint and speak openly and with confidence
1 :'trouble and ulceration, and advised an operation. I stron Iy-objected to- The 'znr took n front interest In llicIpKOIMIllllllt the throne of France. lie Is' oleo the I I of
-a ..'this and dfld&ed to try JLyclla JC. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. ( Of :NnpoleOII, hut lld> ?" :Jl' coon found that my judgment was correct, and that all the good was rapid( lip finull.v !being !given com It Is said thnt nt her lcnth he will\ Inherit t Ii i Of course ]bay no longer eat tread.

:.jtblnrs said'a-bout this medicine were true, and day by day I felt less nininl of the I.mprj's' Lancers. Prince the whole of her Immense fort I And still the wonderful bread.fruit

1 <3>aln andinoresedAppetite. The ulceration soon healed, and the other Louis' life I linn I lieen piirolv n mlllfiry: ano. I'rlnco IxHils wedded the CiiuulDuclioMS : lree--..rA bo rut down and sawed up
'CIOIDpUqatioDSdisappeued and eleven weeks I was ones' more one lie Is an accomplished linguist .
strong, Ilelene, n coiiKlu, of NkliohmII Into a sawdust which compares not
r. .nd TlgorDB3-and pertectly \vclL"ily .- aril among the mil II' languages lie 111 1001. I unfavorably with the Imported foods.
;; heartiest thanks are writ to you Tor tttb great good you have spcnKs he la master of Fr..nl'h. Italian -From Puck.
me.*Stnoerely yours, Miss .2lA.naA.BST: MZ1L LeT, 275: Third St., "I .- -- -- -------- - 'n.f .

1JY' waukee-W1a.. yr.-.\\\'lI.\tt.\r r.rrr!"rr.(I..f-. .",!:,.\.svi\. .'!vr\,.t8\ I Tr'bet; carrying unit bud those return- FI'1'ayremnu. : | ''*ntlyru I rlrl'\<>fut. *..rin. r\ous*
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f I iiifF-*Htllr>oes nnd Indian tens f n w aft 'r I rat tliiv u..r lr I,lint 'n Hunt
\-Hiss Claussen "* .- I On arrival Isr<-l'<,,,t.'n-r.r- I Ant I. .11 I 1.nod tn...'Ian fr..H>
;,' '" : Saved from a Surgical Operation.D i VAST DESERT at Milan the snhlh Is always Dr. II H. 1i.1"s. 1.1,1..1/31 l Areh "'L..1.Mla..I.1 ... .
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met \\1' the Rue Hubailur a - -- .
4 t w' ( MBA.'PnIXILtct: t.It seems to me that iW GUARDS THIBET rr ; most celehrnt 'il p..r, I4. a' all the endorsements that I have read of the Valuaof ; tnlned his title, n" n reward for services mOM.s usury than n u'e., .,rllxlilnit .
,,
-I p din JC. FlnJchftMn's Compound do not e re88oneballof I renilcretl Disguised: us a fakir lie LIP winslmiroeuici 11 ,, M.rlil,,. Illlli C'J 'O
the virtua, the great medicine reallypossesses. trnxoled all over the Forbidden' I-nnd, .
: | t over the fRlndard screwio Barn: your wiI.'b b< nlth and .1 lninhtorx'nuly > .
i .- I knoWthat it saved life find 1 I 333,1 Forbidden! Laud R.:acted Only :
my flunking n of the 1
:( survey country for | 'Mt KO unlversjilly used.! however bj tixlni; our >rr"iit slnr' Wiuihlntf
_ t, want to give the credit where it belongs. I suffered After Ar.1uous J.Jurney. :, Maehlnoortli its wl"l Ignt l In gut! 1.I l'rles '

' with ovarian trouble] for flye years,had three _Ih'n rrir".r rr.,.rau.r...,.''''''',aC r.. --- - - ----- 8 only atgerMwd. 57.70. CO.with: ./I-n wringer(. .. :1.1(1.: *. J.jhn. A. ..
operations and spent hundreds of dollars on doc \\\"i\i'\"i/ ; ;. :\ "li.,\;" c t.\' 1 !9 I rim*" WIs. ..

N. tors and medicines but this did not cure me o I3t 'IIIBILI'-the: InuosiiltablcJnnd ) I II Its all right to love nt Unit. HlxM I I.ut btt*
.
all. n, . fort niurrtntf tiiko u MoinI. |I.>"ikMrs .
i f !( \ mysterious land of the x, 1i11v\ ' $, ---- -- -- --- -
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Dd y.k + 2" \ HMI{ !Sr .
me&1iieb Codes o T-s Lnrans Is the 'Iit. { \ a'WY .Wf .
_ e ..... J'do-Lidla"E."Plakham.. "V at present A aslow's thlnKHru|>f >r 'h>I IMrrn
time occupying the attention t..thill/'t"n.. th* gums ri.*H'! :ilumnia-
pound did. Twenty bottles restored me to per. V of the Indian (1ov tlon.Kllny .iiliiiurvH| wluil. "0110.2:.<..a lx>ttl".
AP.! feet health and I feel sure that had I known of its rn- kT td
rl t ;i. value before, and let the doctors alone, I would nleutr Much fans been written 'about w "}, Many la due a. Klrl'. |nilurlly| with the stumor
lie sex to
country: Marvelous and tliril'.lns a rumor that sh boa money,
;. have been spared all the pain and expense that .
:,. (less operations cost me. If the) women who are suffering, and adventures have been related by trav- p aio'. Cure for Counumtton Is. an infalllM -
tiers !
iber doctors do not help them, will 'try Lydia E. Pinkham's VCfe- ; but. from Information obtained medicine 'oreOIlIl'M sad f\It.-N.' W," \
'{... table Compound they will not be disappointed with the 0H ioatloiifl the spot it seems, that their smug .""t"* "., Ocoitn I III Grove u_U 1 ,JJ K.LUL 1_._,_Feb_ '17, 1900.II" ./ 'jj/j'}

t i a' ']Li tk.AR. 1f. fjfLtr5sax,1307; Penn Sty Kansas City, Mar tie were responsible for most of A map deliberately ilea while a woman; SW
tfllllciilties
:; Three leave M-UHOIIS merely aupproues the truth. -. (.
'I': s PORPEJJ.--.t forthwith *ra4.e.ib.orif1..l to,,,.... wd ttftmtmnt of were pent by the writer on the 1 border

(. Ii" $5000'' wWboW Ltal.LPl.kl i_hu&.am.1.....1...._. Qo.. .L7w.. __ of Thibet nr-il n view\ of tile country q- i creameries If ;you want do, rroatmry use Juts prloe Ti.r do BOTTSS a. th.

t*: t. I obtained, mid pot Imps tlin t time no j I COLO .
spent was not "-011,1. n" n knowledge :
If
a minister's trousers bag at the knee .
5' of the InjiictiiiKe. customs ftlltll lay of tli<,| no apology U ueoeuary.s .
"f NvH5Jat : land Koi'8 n Ions way to Injure! (the .

.... : stifi'pxK of nay mllltnrv npprntlonn. I e s r '
.i'li It Is a long walk, and n hard one !h.*- FAIll NT. OUIH. )
fj a R e t .. ce ., tori- one arrives on the 1>01'.11'1'1.111.1. nm'proKrf I .. -!
;;/ tr ;: \V (vt.A # Louisville and \nclnllle: II. Hlinn- i
PXWDERSHELLS.[ "K Is Blow as till lifrin: : has! to I .. Il.t
be tried 1 Jf1t t . .._ t'">t ar n t I.inr, IU KI ;Ton and H rvlc-n.
:1r'uJ he co by tootles t ) whom a marc'U -
mO
1em I
tbartugDly Bwofitinc |
and
} syitem'oi loadIng ref I Hound trip """"""n. Kilty-day-nod flftoon- t
twelve to Kftee-i milts Is fullSln.i's
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; and tbs use of only tho best materials wblcb mike A "I..I\ v..'.' i.i.> !..> ..., <_.1 cilUM! LL.ru. day tlultct will Ix sold dally from allpoints. ;
"'' weik. llie
''''' UlnchestM' Factory Loaded "New Rival" road Is only a few j .
Shells give bet- Very low rate. Ooaoh :
ter.pattern.!penetration and. toorc1+,uniform results generally feet .v Ide. made up ns a rule of, Inrge I (The photograph shows view from the steps of the Chemulpo\ Club tlrkot soil May IDtn and 3111t.Excursion ;

t than any other shells. The special paper and the Wln- sharp wtoiieH. and often IOMJT: clrcnltw"bare overlooking, tho Harbor of Chemulpo, .a strategic' point in Korea). I fade for military on amillaatliill.8lwclnl'rnts | I
Chester pstest 'comtcated bead used in making "New to be made, ns lanclxllpfi are of ----- -- ----- -- --- Uou mlMn the (IniHUM Fair tie worrit linn ;.

.t..' Rival": .ahellskclve them strength -withstand reloading. "trelu(>lIt \ :'here A few miles from J I which ho has also lei-ohed rewards says tin .t'lpctrl'al I I exchange an Innovation ever W. li. known Jl. Ask for tl<
?. fee SURE Vo GET WINCBESTER MAICB''OF BHELLS. ,.the borderland In nlmont n rompleto from several geographical! societies.) In the construction of posts by For World Tnir literntnr.i., with ltd and t'ates
nlwetue of vegetation, owlnz to ,, Three month ho spent lu Mllain. leurn which the set screw or set nut Is done r ef hotels and boarding houses, schist ,,
tie blllnx winds, which\ rluc nt 10 n, lug the language and customs of the away with and the wire la held by tbe ales. cost of tl.,k..ts. .l_|,lnff car SIMUW and k'
.. '111) and fade away at :5 p. m. The rond country aud then commenced \his notion of n spring la Illustrated by tbe full. !luformution, niiply' (,> I..

'rrl l'ellSiTORE..FRo.NTS-? ,.via Mllnm Is a goad example of the work being the victim of the .eurloun urcomimnyliiff picture. It la claimedfor pint. PiiSM J. U.. Agent HOtlESBECK, Atlanta Ua.:, 1 I

>tb fl.kUm.':.il."ll:4: : lrh.bb boot bbl raMlrlkl. ""nUr1n. \).>&-_- -- --.------ -, .- this construction that the wire can- '. I'f
l Inillilk
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P sal .t.M dimouiiloB*and t"rr'r.: .Will ..oYro... F or hot work or Jnr loose and that the "s.. here! cried the rlpa
C15AYdaliaa.l...B> IU**ia.110Ioo'...4 ....<. r....Mt ..........,. ..... I con dyspeptic .
f rtM ..ow..' .* popmimn -.. .e a. ,.. I.' tact U alwujf Insured' because of tbe Iron "this coffee la cold." q;
r 'I.i: :Esea..xtl.ftiul. BJ"V'er1't1.Z1t1: : ; constant pressure exerted by the "Sure:" replied the waiter. '"Dlf
_MiJSJ???*'.... .. W..n.al1t"y\oof.. 01.**.** *.* TalOT : 3 /D R-IA- spring It Is is -//j.
'BPl.W. .wwM""?' ''_ _..IN .._ _, -.!..,. f estimated that the wire a quick lunch joint It de coffee f.
\ '1T SOUTHERN FOUNDRY. Ow ns>tocro, Kentucky can be connected or dlHc-onnected hionetenth was hot you wouldn't have time ter "'t
; r .-.-. ,- -- ... o-y r.. ., the time It takes to setscrew a drink it!"-Philadelphia Ledger. '
A; g" ;F.R E t 'WOMEN, if post, and the maker say as an .

;;: Jk, Lsirc* Triad Boju 4 book of In- (DONT1TYETt ,. of advantage the wire that there Is no possibility WOMEN'S WOES
being broken off ii
fractional >t oliitsJy Fre and Pot0S04 ;: by the
.) I process of binding Much of women's dally -roe is das '
.no all to prove ttim WillIe of ,7
< ,':'" ---.) to kidney trouble. Sick kidneys cause ",(
. .: ;I.X eToifetAntlseptie. IlmbUII Killed ltr 1'........ backache, languor blind bcadachM.. 'S'%
:, ....Y .. ....... You An injurious
t1 WI DfAlDJ'fOI.rHt'J: Implement for
: kleun .. use In tbo dizziness Insomnia "
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Y', 3' ... ......-. ,SLICfVER L: rPIRE.Tfl porpeUml Warfare which the Austra and urinary troubles.... L11

.l,r D:,. .' aN/MDp"WUlgDld.. satatnka flans ore forced to carry on against To care, yourself yon .
"'. -.t. r" i HAD: fAMOU 6Y'A DEPUTATION the swarms' of rabbits which Infest must cure tbe kidneys. )

'. ::r.\.. :I./wrlrel.yu..... a* rlmuhn.>frtlM. tATtNDING: OViD MODt-IL .Ni that country hns lately been experimented Profit; by the experiences .(}
"" < .- The ceateatetloa 1 with at Victoria. It con state of others who, ;;
.... I AIP'ACENNRiL t.. '. I'
',. ., of -or "- of a cylinder filled with
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:r ...-1 poisonous bare been i
f:" -o: .A.lk.pde i rowER S IptJSanda end f/ hJ3e liquid with cured.b
,''," \ a.errtb.nau- huts taoff-': htU m iwdt of tits" k at?/// iyYsM It, which la n placed foodo In plate! attached to, ,. Yr.. William W. ..l t
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m tsilel lntlbcKrydlow//f any thickly In Brown, professional
'des M lb. kind) sad f : jl
) a..tt..n.awdtba..sy L-for all' kWl of w.t li tested spot. As soon
.'s. } ,",' ,-........ .............. i:I x*II c.uuA\ITWI\ W yerk.you mI: to / presses the plate It as a r&bbtt .' nurse of 10 Jane St. !
opens a vfllve
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. which Paterson '
"'--SIIIM7'! ':I...._. .;' N. ;J., says:
he 'M $1GH..O T1I "flSlt.- sprinkle,.tbe animal with some of. the :if "I Lave not r.
; .,; formula a toted Boston pcisl. ?4 ".m Tgte tIo"'kftl.N.' poison The rabbit only seen
k h then licks
witti'reat & M. DFLITI511-- the much suffering and,
:..d'blwd success as a .Vaginal
poison off its fur :
: . and the farmer ,
is deaths
many from.
:.MolforLweorll iPC2 ICC UI1 NtPt .. :. PO.- H H to 11 I ' INP'IA' . rvlelved of one more of his pests t kidney trouble but I "f
t.:., _Jy.ub:1: : ad at "' - 7j' ;;
.ot l.i..TEXAS1 .lOUISIANA .......:. S tart sneered myself .cc
..... mucus,in' ', Due.. IY. assir. fulcld TTIad. .. ....-. '---' . -- _. (
t. WIIV Lime A lUVUJfcut
4'e ;y .j I...local..w.trcatment" as of a f eraal Vaginal* ills Wash P xtb e wahe tmJUswl : wtes.1 : t t. I ,yl.r "S d In .Brazil and other parts of South I could not !live Jly back ached, there '.

world to produce t.eq1lA1 tae t nI A'a America the nativesknow l and fear a were frequent headaches and' dbcxy '

___.r 1& .ik.I.Ill g.emsnMng : THiI.1TEXA9 .. certain"condition of tbe air, which they .spell, and tlie kidney accretions were ;
ea4 bM11n6 1 "rt call "suicide wind." It is not a' Super disordered Dean's Kidney' 'Pills

illIofIIIesdr \.0.a.saputiMwj Pdoo' 110o.: a ( :'"fO:>111UN' or 'nit nLr Am rrS rotA'tlON:: stltlon. but nn actual condition of the helped me from the flrat. and soon re,' ;J:

.....' 1I7".dOoaDOt, t.lioa'f.. PACIFIC 1T' raxrrcat. AND. ,. l- J u IIC> 'V.W:, atmosphere which seems to drive pea lined me entirely of all the distressing ti;:

-.wda-a-u..ni..eUIJDlI.lI4rasu.,... .....Dos _.....,. I .. m pie to madness, and,daring its contin and painfulsymptouie.s r: :

a. J'AJ1'OJJ 00:; 7'hr.e ltdg., Bort ..3taas. Ild1LWAY I.land on'both; ala "l.offtb.' .- mountains- only; and these- be appeased by uttering uance sel .Inflicted deaths. are numer- .medldae A FREE TRIAL of thJa'lrl'uL kidney cy
Criminologist
ons9 wh
.. and ch
-Gtvtt th e .ot :tnI.:psper'wh.n . ". "I.Ke forming : the'' boundary;. and Is rauch Inaudible :devotion* and turning his over-the world are Interested scientists all will brmdlt4.en cored.-Mres ;Brown j't''

,>. writinp'toN:, yUiers--tAtig-041:.. : ....jbll. to'.iIW'W iaa.*ilr>n..' si',mU. used I by'traders.' On-the! way1,large I prayer wheel, nis maps, cold watch peculiar atmospheric. Influence,in which tWa pUt ofrthe Ualtedsgtat-s.application Address 19 any ,
.har/est roa. Shr r.w>rt to pmllafc Wriw flocks of !goat and sheep t4'eIIHlt.. eachcsrrytug' and, JDt'dall ha choirs :with ,n.turdvrld is ''E
:8--;;:'--flyisfit's. E o.. for D."book .. T.:x.. .. rra*. .E. TOBNEK its}load.-tbosoe eowlncfrom and lie mentions Indicated by a soft, motet. warm] air J'oster..ItUbara".Oo'" Buffalo, N.' ,T1: vt"'
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'A SERMON :FOR SUNDAY .pear! ''cf.wheat oeftnnlu' ,to I Wow In the". AYALUABLB PREPARATION.' '
.L ', bleak wind of Nov-elffWr I or starch. find* I 'P'E

.1 Itself supported ,by a little barrel .of Hoar .. DR. ,
t '' grain, out of whieb. it epring? Tbeyoung FOUR MOlo'TOPS.:. q .... "'" ,.usfluI__. ,, .. . ',. '
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AN INTERESTING"DISCOURSE: BY SHE caterpillar waking up to begin Hi ,. I,..' '" rls t ;
life bad* itself deposited, by< (:)0' '
HEV.R03ERJ MACKENZIE. providentially ,. a:1it- Mt
: -winged gteen'leolwhich 0. St/tp ( 'flISI +
"- 1'AI '' it can f yst'tbo weak to io.... In myjiervlce us'a" ijer'rl J \ .'
Captain
STake
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i age for itself," ; your own ebiJdrenj YOU / a'i" ''i.
,bjectt "......Trials and Triamph. of 1.1 .'' can count up-"these thiitRt" of trial that, '' Tersblnr column fa the" Mindanao ...p'd ;

'OuWI
...... '..-Tk. We.kMsof Thle.nt P..... make you sigh with pity. They hire come 'good"opportunity." watch tbe,little .. . .

l>.y-!>".**>..*...of Comp.as tt... into danger a worfraught to body and with to mind.pain privation They are Vforo lads in their'.ant .. Their tops J r:

''BBOorfl.Tj, I!. Y-Dt4 RoberjTIIaelenxie. wept in no furs/ famishedwith 1"0! were of peculiar Ingenuity and Inter-' -
pator of the Rutgers Pre.byterlanChurch weaponJirovUed with no-stored/ food ed. .T I W

Manhattan preached Sunday. on in'tbemeelvesi .How can thcv.to r'tlieaxthings" > Fig, 1 1. a draWing of their simplest ,
** "'The-Trial. and Triumph of Life.. His and not -uovedt :How cad> they, '
test was found in Act. JtJt::2Z-2ii "An..*' bear 'them.tad npy/'Yet"they are 'form of top. Tbe Mqro'lad selects apiece : t ,

now behold 1 go bound In the apirit intoJerusalem happy f Scarcely Is (tbe-Har" dry,ou the of' bard, wood, )with! smooth'and ,-pd, .
: not knowing the .twn.. 'tb.t little ltJf qe 'when the wreathed smile of an grain. and proceeds to cut out a r'r

shall befall m. there.. !Save that the holy angel tomes then. For the child also bloc of the,material. Then be grad-. ; t
t l oat witnesseth'in'every city J saywg; draw. jt*i tint; strength from outside '
that bonds and affliction abide me. Jiut' sources, ."Ood bath Mt be .solitary in nifty works the pIece oi,: wood to a 7

none of the* thing move' me, .neither families.' God let down on the-ehild in ,cite;! .shape: a'nd'ofton devotes-severul.:.
1 count joy- life dear unto myself so that I normal oolet," the protection and provision'of ; '

might finish my ..course. irUn! joy and the home;/This i la the necessity and r,' .
ministry which I" have received of..the sanctity of the home; not only that It; i isChristian.
Lord Jesus'to testifythe/ gospel of tbegrsrceof law. not-only that It; is moral 'f t, I .I. I 1 rJ
Uod.! l)llackensie: said I' law but simply that It; M natural law "
Paul feels himself set to a d.linite purpose I Then; are {inside source of strength( i yi.ft hc e"I ,\? :.,. '
in life, oinethin* appointed of Uod Neither Ood nor nature inoiln the child..: t,. . ', a. .
and worthy of bimelf7-Iie i. determined 1 By 0 o'clock natun withdraw her morning; I: ,, 41r ,
to finish his course successfully. Each of' dew leaving the growing things, .to find 00'QU a a .
called of Clod to lire definite' of which ....IId. '
us i i. some new source strength to .. tt : ".,
to add by our live to t.1s. .um of unmoved in the sultry or tba; stormy nonn. 'r; \ '
the good; in this world to do something and Not now tlie' ouUid dew but; the imidesap. -41 ., :' ,,---.'
to be-someU sing for God. To accomplish Nature giving the sprouting grain an : tI
this purpose Paul-saw\ that lie had to pass outside supply J for its first few day now .t. i,?"

'. through many tN4s, temptation, difiicul- leave it to send its own roots into the , .:tH,;
:t" ties lie is looking back upon thou* earth, its green love into the air, and by o t .,
through which he ha already come and its- own inward activities transmute them '
forward to those he saw he must :yet meet. I into life and growth Tb first green leaf I
lie knew that bonds and afflictions awaited ..; exhausted the caterpillar reoet, mow mov* ,
'him if he pursued hi* present purpose off to find a new leaf for' itself.. From the 33i 7 1'r:,
I further lie eaw his life as a very stormy children of men, too. God withdraw the r'pnie9MlaWL1f' t. HUNK H :
BOB. Ili. friend sought. to persuade him early bapt ltm. The youth must- one-flay / 1\1\
*'to change! his course to compromise a little leave home and its protection and pro hours a day cutting chipping anaootli- Y QJ .
with his purpose,..too adapt himself more vision and.by the exercise of hi* own powers Ing and shaping too top until begets o' ::
prudently to the lrsi. of tha world in wring' living for Limnelf. If now he It' into tbe form desired. Usually the .
which ha found himself, to be leu straightforward ; . is to meet these thlnite and not be unduly \ y "i
and so escape those bond. and moved if be is to meet them like a true mahogany wood 1* used. .'
affliction that threatened\ lie was not man with courage and strength and triumph Tbe boy wake...10t. In the circumference Of the'Skin and I Scalp :W oA ,,

indifferent either to the to the kindly interest of hi. friend strength within himself.
; ears of wood., When the top 1* pun Mart of the Ailment Peculiar to the or
Her weakness of
- but lie answers "What mean y* to weep exactly I. the thUires* by ) '
and to break mine heart For I am ready eat day. Every age his its own strength these ears Wako bumming sounds The 'Female Sax Are Due to Catarrh I: tii1MI '') ., t'
not to be bound only but also to die for and preeminence: The strength of our day point of the top i II a blfof metal properly orJ] i.
the Horn of the Lora Jesus. 'J.'b.D the has been the discovery and application of the Pelvic OricaJiJ .. . ., '
worked down and a point p'Oundthereon. -' ''- ;: Baths with
calm conclusion of the forcef-of bv art.and.seiencs ) 1 ,L,.. ,,, t' I, '
text None of 19 v-- :
these things move J-.e.our" It is: difficult to our daily living nature\ in all its brancbuV.t .. ''The Moro lad uses hemp ............................?.....r.S .. ,

get up to tb* level of Paul,!, he'is the mostdetermined have turned the rullorV cart into th* .nto- rawhide' or catgut: for bis top cords, Rachael J. Kemball, HD., 334 u "

uncompromising ''..tral.btonm&ll mobile the tardy -iickle into tale, steamharvester One curious' .style' of combination top. ] gluts St., Buffalo N. Y., i* a e11+r /I .
in this book of great. character Yet the postman going three mile .,tIt- ic
Is shown in Fig. 2. It consist of tbe of the University of Buffalo class
hour with letttn into and u r'YOAP y
there .re ,ordinary human steps ..leadingto an the Telegraph
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tin* level; all-wtoo will can rise. the telephone. Yet it i. always true that mai "pol'tloD. about which tbe cord 1* : and has been in tb _practice of Vir-'j : ? ? .

. "Th_ thing of our text hare not from tlio greatest strength fall a shadowing wound-of hemp, rawhIde or catgut : cine in that city slurs then;, 'She '

i passed away with Paul. Trial are behind, weakll_. Our fathers had but few nrt. the several separate saucer-shaped\ a. folloVai""My k
outside forces on which, to rely. Not long "
bond and affliction before
\i that will make, a worthy ar course acros every m.Di thus were: they allowed to lie in the cradle not. part*. These parts are set one In tbe conviction, supported ,. $ N'w

I life.Vlieh you build vaip for the North long to play in the nursery. Nature wee' oilier, and when the top I* thrown and j 'experience, is that, Penm.x.4*, a I
i Atlantic you roust take storms and iceberg rugged and rough with them. The old, all spin together; the centrifugal torc.eal.les valuable for all 6atarrlul A.
preparation t.
*. into account and build accordingly. farm house stood far from its neighbor the upper; saucer to lift and Sf .
When, would build for business. drifts of snow or swollen streams often lay e att'eoudo I hare taken j
i you boy between. When the wintry night cloned flout off: two or three ;yard before tbey To cleanse the skin of crusts ,
; for honor, for goodness, for Christisn service t one bottle of Perona myself find i J v '
in there of fall to tbe Tbe saucer-like !1'
was no public place amusement ground.
in this
j I "lhe.e things'community into account., you Lut mu.t)'ur'take. no stirring procctaion' of multitudes under forms are tediously worked down rrom jut feel fine.: I shall continue to and, scales, and soften the, .'

r. iceberg have melted In summer sea, but the electric light* of the streets butt moonlight hard wood by lie boys during the long j takeit.-Jl.acjhaeIJ.Kemball,M.D. J thickened cuticle gentle ap-,
; new cue hare formed and will meet the and shadows on the I..cl)' country ,
bours of .N..N..N..N..NN.N.N.NPeruna
road. If the would the day. The Moro boys selbave -
family pass a genial
0; sailor of tin* /ear. Th North Atlantic is CUTICURA
.; ever, the .rne-a scene- of storm end ice. evening they must develop the insidevouroes has c-ui-ed thousands ot cases of ,plications;
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? The particular trIAl. that overlook Paul of the home of the hearthiitoiiR in __- I female "'".ko"... As a role, however, before trop: : Ointment to instantly allay; .
! not fall of but others the log cabin and !find the comedies and Ut disease feavf-&o/ Idea"that'tbeif Is ; ..rIJ
mhy on any us, will Peruiia is resorted several other ,
to "'
come bearing oilier name, squally disturbing tragedies of life an the stage of their own i I du, to catarrh. The) majority of r pee'pie itching irritation arid inflammation : "
t soul. This minds and hearU. No newspaper or magazine ( ) remedies leave beet tried in'vaht.'A great; .
: to our world is ever the Ihcmnelve think that catarrh U a;disease; row
allured thorn of
of Ie. ] out many of the palieut have tslteu local '
same a scene many tria Only a few fined to the bead aloae and soothe and Deal
There, in their own little world at their 1. ,
few _ <
are exempt, only a are permuted to treatment submitted tbeinselvea to .
stand with their hands at their back and own firetid, they thought out their politics .IU'IICIoJWr.tiow This la not true;, Catarrb M liable to attack and mild doses of,'CUTICURA
sad all of ..doctor'sstufi -
their literature and their theology. In taken aorta
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their barks to the tire looking rut upon tbe any organ of the bod,; throat,;bronchial -
There education the IC"boole1'1'0 poorly!: fur without say result., ; Pills. coo sadh'deate
q storm. such ,
are pea..le.'e are nuked the trader, but poorly trained, the tubes.ftaog*, stomach kid .,. -aad :; to
glad when old people can do this, but the The reason ot so many :Uulur is the "'"' "
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text book but few and serving the successive especially tb1 pehrie organs:! / > ::
: the blood..'
who
yours people ran do it, do do it
: or face that-.dl"pecJ1i4r 4 the female
member of the in turn. a'
.ha
" ore. not to Tie envied, but pitied. Most men family Many. woman mad this duMoverj ,
" rout go out and meet the storm of "the I'they f were to be educated they must find itex are bbl comiuua after:a long ;siege ,of' uelee treatment: One Dollar:
** their education by the painful development )eu.aie '1'........ ; 'A single TcoaUDgtmt; ,
ly recognised bw
thing* --opposition, competitions, disapItomtinents M Sh.: aa.'vnade the discorery that bar diaeimS '
of their ot and "Deetlon. tlent"to ttie most ..
own power memory I Aula.ogat.ee! ( ia oft a .s cate ,, p
1 tempt.tlonmeet them and . jag caused by 'ca- *
i You have lictu... of the U catarrh and that Pemna t ,
make their way through them a* beat theycan school house in which Daniel Wester poor or N Catarrh tanli. :Theo Ol'l&a. can. >* r- torturing;idprlDlr skin,scalp and (,
lied to.WrbcwbeNYerteet?
r I men, for and meeting become them.men. and aU the better.I lJenry''lar: was trained, .r, going a generation .re lined by mucous m.mbnn"An, mo- If open you do not-denr* prompt and aatle-, 'blood burners, ecxctnaa' rashea Itcb- .'f.

J further back we May think of tbe membrane U lip, and Irrtteionijwitb loss of baft, ; >
con subject to catarrh
"These thing ,, fro.. '
move some men mightily, ; simple school in which Ueorge Washingtonor ta.c..rxul'f. -Mw fll, f
I they seek to edge their way, out of the Patrick Henry was educated; :yet out dote\ scliool to ga to, and bare l&tafrb: cf ,.tie orgta.is' exactly the iamias wt .toP.So! J D. ....1I'iq, s .,'romlnfaieytoage.wbeaalleJsd! : .

aloi-m.. they change their cburse, corn prola of such school houses came lenders who plenty of time on their band catarrh of any other organ, What will full statement of your case, and be will be Nhtas..raose"' _'_ ;-:f&I1Ieel I .!.IIc i
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.i y 1.! some me with leas Uicir strenuous original way purpose through, choose life. founded a republic States grappled, wrote with constitutions the diplomacy, built of Another strange style of Moro top Is cur catarrh of the head ,,111'.180 cure pleased to 'give yon his, valuable.. adviefjratia. :: ass, .'?.::::1-;:..I...fww.., C:;_a. o.91 -';; .
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. Some young met form a purpose -to co to Europe; out of them came orators!> wfiose rt'pl' iwn.tedn Kltf. 3. It 1 I. an egg tarrh of the pelrio organs. Peruna ca.j' 'A_ =. '.'...'..< a.aMM. 'J
'\1i! college afflictions when the bond of mathematicsand eloquence, though dead on the printed shaped a'ftalr.: cut out of boxwood material tbe.*-_ .-jmpIJ' because it. cures the. Addres De? Bartman. ,Presideotoi- ....1 .....ne W :

of Cicero's oration com between page, still thrill the reading soul. Gather with a furrow In tbe middle.. The tarrhj tbel''Uarimaa j Sanitarium' I' j "

;T 0"1111" them move and them their,out ,of purpose their cour"the*,*. closet them ont them of in tbl th'primitive, Co:ouinl school. longs: house in top Is spun upon tbe pointed end ofa Most of the women afflicted; ,srjth pelTdo! I,Qbi.... ."" _ i .:Uolumboju. Cotton' Gin: ';'

They compromise. with their purpose and Philadelphia to ..fashion out ofthcir; own i metal shaft, which runs vertically
look for an easier Way.. Some men go further minds, their own destinies and that of througb ft. :Ibis Is called tbe Hffbtlng Bwvat! .,Itch.BlUterr .OTA.L'Oor..A'lJI: cures. thpq .EnowsI

; they finish their preparation, face their ,own ,nation and what was .the rein top a* 'tbe toys use It wltb great force FEET! i HURT odors ot et.;armpltn// eto.i stop chaflng- If not at druggists'I : [ S.
their profession meet the difficulties inci .ultf I I ...nell6e to EATON CO., 4'tUIIT'G*.. for fnU else pock Machine'ri 'X.
i dent. to any such beginning complain, religion the churches; of yesterday upon other tops, throwing .U so'bard paid i sample. for to....... ,.. One-application pro"e ''.merit. Messy book U not.ibAe4..* !

... lunch fall out discouraged despairing, were bire and cold no frescoott a* to'split them wltb tbe point. . - :'" -
" &Cllrcel.liYln'l driftwood on the streets. no inward vision of. spiritual1+ing; no The,.",oak. top" la represented" In Ele.trteLlgktlagJr I W. 'L.$4.00'S3.liO'DOUGLAS:
-t Pauj ar* unduly moved rolled it music to lead their praise:' .
organ Fig.?\:*.' Ifte'lnbade from roots -whlebgroW'in 'Tbe use of electric Hielitin In New'
them These lifted!
by thing are not spared no gifted voices in a *selected; oir : 83.OO, S2.BO-
York State alone baa Increased orh.
the this formMuch skill'laneed '
'7 form nor does tbe storm beat less : them out of themselves on tbe waxen '
i! hard upon them: yet they keen their faces wing of Icarus; no grace Of rhetoric made ed to' obtain the proper balance. Usvallr > 2900 per cent ia..jten. rpars! apd.tbe. "::8r. $ OI;: ,.,...HT.l. L0. ,
to it, keep to their ul' often I theology easy., :They wr left to the development the 'nath'e lad bas tbe top with use of electrlcliy for'po'wer ling Ip- n.L.Dougw'8hcen i "!

,'" recover bent like themselves trees but; often like trees like William well rooted Tell, I' praise of ol prayer their and own of inward tbou source ht. And of bm! for week, working It down: play. creased In the decade a.lmos( 1200: pet isre1 (Sworn t'1.. :more ; l:' ,',

V going through a pass of hi* native Alp on I what Jfomeric character they were! Jona- cent. men than any other .--' J' .
a narrow path cut in the face of the preci'pice than }:Kdward in barren Stockbridge made "', iqako. The reosoiJsr \ I8k&p1'ateTr +'S

the mountain wind blowing: a gale himself the tint philosopher, of his age. f. STATe or OHIO, Cat Jowtop: ,t l"l,.., ,' tber.bola",: their 4 /'
i against him; unable to make progress It may well be feared that the church of LUCAS CODHTI. ( i
against: it, unable to tend against }it, be tu-day i* doing for the young people> just FKAMK :J.Caassrmake oath, }Jbat.be, w@o.J''I "y' try ,'., .
lay down in the path but belay with, his what tlio schools: are doing tar them, surrounding c.ulor partner: ot the firm of Fl ;J. CaBMBT .' __"t'; have i'
face to hi* goal and crawled to it. Men them with ever increasing outside, Co.. doing bnnliiess In the City of Toledo greater intrinsic PRATT '
I knowing their full share of the trial of religious props and stay-. I.tJea. clubs County and Mate aforesaid and that addarm value than MONGER.SIMTH..
life. are yet ahlo toss each m but own brotherhoods, guilds. and noW to add to will pay tile sum of ors aoaonas IIOLo any v WJNSB .
measure, "Nona of tbeie thing* movedme. tin, come the threatening addition of a Lane for ea.,o, ." :Most of you here belong to that "scientific pedagogy" for the simplicity of that-cannot be eared by iL. .use of HAIA'SCarABBa f .-,.,..... . "'
, numbers Your life in youth wa not cut the Sunday-school. Some of you were Coa. t v. FaajtB :J. CAsKBiw, } in easy place; your present life is not brought up in a Kunday-schopl Where there Sworn to before m*and subscribed in ay, t bosh Cena calt"; ,.. which Is.everywlraneenesded ; WeSUessiie ;
spent in sheltered places. Most of jut two cuUid to help the t : ... presence, this.lIb day of Deoeaa-f ..tJo h..._W.teeeJ4 .. '"'
you went sources -
were cast _' 'I..AI., gar---Q. .. & Ii -.tker: rot prod.e.difesfCehrf..l.lesad.- ENGINES and BOILERS. : .
as young men into this or some Bible and a question book without an- J ; r p"ANWa hblt 'i< -S'.ista .n a. wail.toe tlil.iOf. : : .
similar stormy community to make your -iwer You learned to kuow.your ilible, Hell'.OaarrhCureI.takenInryrnallyand 1 v. J... JDdiJUJULI*, BnMkloa. Mas.., '
own way. You have been met repeatedly you came out. of that school into the ! 11 ;UNTERS.lor;OIL MILLS: '
aot the "
I directly on 1 blood and mucous surface
by the storm of "these things" in business and into Chri.tians.rvtce:: that r
church a ; J
in home ; of the system. Send for testimonial. w seu'stsrytsoag assies'asoitt a Oettea ttsb.
and in your Christian life yet ha filled the world with Christian pliilan-, M .
; you *
I free. F. :J, CBBXST: Co., Toledo, O.
are hero to-day with your faces to thropy. The Bunday-schooU of our children Olshal.d Ce4.l aja. '
your .. fold by all Drngglste\ 76V>. i t ftl.S ...,, 'wit.,1.r t.'Continental
purpose your purpose well in hand able to an furnished with a Vallombrosa of : ,
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Take Hall's Puts for
J say after .. well a* before the storm lesson leaves-primary, intermediate, quarterly Iitgivltb }, and_adjusting the balance gauntly; constlpatlopj Gin: Co.: :
None of these things move rue.;' and the teacher with a variety: of before be can spin It. bet ; ,
I How U this explained Take the life of helps, ready made exposition, to be farailiarized -. The- top spins only a little while be- Reverend Dr. Edwin EottTs bas *
such men as Job and Joseph and Daniel in the hour between breakfast and pastor of tbe Greenland N. II.. Cong:,- "I have ral.r wftk rt:: tklrtrOM - Blrmlnghannu. Ala ":
,'p,;:. and Paul-men who have set before us examples Sunday-school. Ak the average scholar: to fore It topples G'Ver. but I noticed that Ka'tloual' ''Church for fifty-two years 'lor..rose.....ago.$o..J.U*">".pril.k. savrM e* awes Si.s\.'.a;;! r . ,.. 1J> Ji
of'how much the human heart can turn to the second chapter vof Zepbaniah the youngRtera bad 'more fun with .tt>.Vltv bMM N dUapPWI >M M.!>e., i
and Is still licnltty and active io fbe'' week ki.. 1 .. all .
l MS woe M
bear and not break, what bonds and af or of Titus, and see the vain turningover these awkward, long-necked top than \ ,'*>'''!.**> .f WB.- fvr; m*.a si ua .,pUrl I? a. 1/
flictions it ran endur and not be unduly of unfamiliar page. What 'can youex with any'others.: -Yooth'a Companion.A work of tbe ministry. Ile"s. now jjejjentytbree .. i9"-, &q-II . ,MALSBY ,&: Coen /
t moved lake the man and women of your pat? How should they cultivate tb> inward year old. ., ,.- :; '. 'i
own acquaintance and observation on sources of memory and u reflection -, 8sat Fa. + > .
,
whom these thing have broken with full when you have exeysed then supplying: Noisy Elm. ;,l.oow.t 4| ,Sotta ForjjU SL, itliflta t ,Ca. ,J ;: 1, ,

Lora and yet they .are cheerful,sunny, them with all conceivable outside support Newcomer In Manchester -whose) IT COSTS ONE CENT u '.
sympathetic people, teaching a middle life. that make memory and'reflection super patb lies across Concord Common "
of high honor-arid. an old age of charity fluous. Do you remember that, solemn areeeeb Write s\. postaLea.rd for a tree nmA .f
and faith and hope-people whom it is ;parable of the seed falling on stony 1II'0unei.QuicklllJ1'owln to cost anxious eyes In the dlrectlon -' STOAR-rsOIN AND BUCHU. t

rood to know, people who show into what. on the shallow\ suit and '4 of an elm which bas tile most; w. ?]1frtaU7' .ad' "* all eaffenreof KK,' v tWge I....
rich coinage th* rough ore of human,.nature quickly withering before the beat and the excruciating sort of a creak whenever nyi4vr. Shirt. Bla4 !s ,can be minted. how i* their twmph accounted drought of the growing day because hay.jngexhwat.d 1 the'wind swings"around 2? r.S'1..'- Jt 1rU1 do all tha* w*elalsi or*e. .., ?1
fort By the fact that if life baa the supply of the outside Into tbe nortb-f "full dlreeuoa vita sample *fnt"tltnt.ln : '

it* scenes of trial, life has also it ource source, "it bad no root in itself. 'As west and gets np unusual 'speed. The thl.paps;0.. is Wall r.' AddlMS Btl .. 8TD4RT DRUO M''G.
' of strength in which to endure. and triumph Christian men. let u* lean lac.and 1 lea on noise made>y tile disturbed elm bas.a.: ATLANTA; OA. '
, over the.trial.. the and childish : '- ""la.
** temporary "futside.upport -
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ominous ,
rery sound, and "who'.doesn'tknow r-ca!. and 5eatae.arylEngines '
one ,
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r ...Alt.rall; if yen will think about it, this and develop these inward, sourcesof ,
the .habit $5.5' wStunts.
life is a scene of compensations., On the thought of reflection of conscience; of of the tree : Corn '
r whole .'th_ thin.'' are' halal1ced by high duty.with Which God has endowed m cannot be blamed for getting out from' | .Ram.dyCw.CWstoet.Y. Sal.rinsesu.E1 / Boi1er$ !tf

other things. On the whole, life i* not so that amid all "these thing*" of task and oftrial nid.u It when It strikes} UP.ltl music.-; ba" ..bur rent nplif TEI INW8116A : .
-*.d a. we were taught'toexpecc It: the .we ,may-rise--.t fce sea-gnl t--rises'agsinit' A8 a matter o( fact bowever. this tree must a. I rPotash' Saw' Mi11s"rt" $ ( )
{'' peuim1 am not resliwb drowning wave, blinding spray, CURED "* .-
"Sv0 are
I % Siealtby men; our young fear were larger by baffling wind rise into the calm of the hat squeaked and,groaned and alarmed Gv| AND.ALL KINDS:OF :MACBINER1 l' '" .. '
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than'the upper air by mean of its own well disciplined strangers for twenty \ 't'"
experienced facte. "Ohl Yes ) year or more. r
hin .,I \.lqPl I C-.rc.w".J'r, t Sit'It. ."
/pfd colored wings. TIMe :nif. .. .
woman "I have had a great aDd time again bas some uninformed '5 IYYSDIdTZMfpn.af. ...rJ "' ', .
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trouble :
many .
in life,
never my ': moat of which '_ Rhea w.-. ... to Oe4,. (ndlvldual"' notified the Street Is ease ..seeYuhtDepIww.MhbNaaisaMTunasWrit. : !f.

M1 we, find J f1WnettHhey' there have been do happen YOB have 'eeen. the heaven gray"with Department of a dangerous"[ k'e4 .order to develop into_,a crop. i days t effects a iwrsuamt cure ..' .. .... J I .. ." ,

.preparation in which to meet compensating them If!: dull and leaden colored clouds 'OU have elr> In the northeast corner of the Corn- Nol amount" of .Phosphoric} > IK tta...M..dsjw.i athlsgss TrisltmlsicmtMsi be(aisef .;us for,cataloziM.;, prfcM, v'ito.e .
Bator smite the ...u tbe earth chilly and 'comfortleu under Writ Dr.M.M.CrsMi'sSaM ; ,
Norway and the Oregon bat the '< : bcf I r. buyUie .I\I""klT: '
old residents
monk << know '
I its drift-.. but'let- l' all' -. ;
AtUstaTaa
&me trw with ihKBortbwinds"" &nv unmelting now; 'abont the tree'fondness 'Acid or Nitrogen. can_compenTsatet ,- Specialists, s 8 :, .l _
the. protecting moos on that side th* son shine; and then how rapidly doe tomakinI' a

tree. ? If nature allure the animal of to the the the sky resume it* radiant bI., and the/ noise, and they never think:'of taking ,: > Jrj-attack< i>f'potash, 'Jnj! 1 :This is.'w''Naf i 'You i '"Wllt ,I " JtF ,I

rctte it wrap and ban. it in furs Man field flower.laugh*.with green'graa* and' vernal .the, )Ratter'seriously.;=Manchester:; .'(N. :-: ; fe "Mrt [for ', SAW'MIIISOsaidwwl j
f l not '
neglected ia w f.F f.
this.
distribution
...!2EJ1iJ't"t' ". trial .has overtaken yoa of 80 win it be even with; alwith. ed and D.\ Pnlon.- ,._. ,grain;and all, . Dareffa) ; MalariilREG1L T sblcs. r : ..silt Res*.. DniTsmaJ Ixxr Bsanior. .. et :0: ...' f.d ,
wasted life when we return to God and 'TO
common t* man, no trial i* a JIG D ....weD.. aimsillsAeoas.**Work*aa4eoeksUng the eM .
'r put upon you more than you are able to suffer Him to send Hi bright beam of" Oil Isi Trlsildad."" ,other crop].. sod iTaAfom..Nasd'M.r_use _N ss.I f Ire. Variable F.... Work aN __ y 1

.bear, with the trial there i. some way of light upon our heart I do not. mean that On tie bland'or Trinidad oil 1* found MEOIC1IE 80 if Stiafortf Cf elle4 tor aanvBACV e.erssatmw.-wrh.tpt iiinjorTT .va" "
.- of nomp.e t o.. Both Ood and the- pain or misery under which w* are amid huge : IL. ttweessass t t I'
t,efalin for burden .. dis raftering will necessarily be removedeven a tropical vegetatlun.-and ta 1. sedf ...PI .1a.. Inoursel aid .br '' eI .t"1.
tcr
character for service for Christ it was not *o; but; peace ftrst-clas'Ulumlnatlng;! rsts ar.6rmearbttl.bae '. L
4 for ethers;' l bat neither God nor nature will com and strength will come, and resignation power..A:Canadian .company Is' exw. + . r-- ssTaale.0.LlbwgeMAd--
J ,fcae any pleasure ia seeing sot shoulders will come, and hope will come ploidng'tbo lIel4.''' Itla'tntendt'd; ....--. vshs-'' . g
h' :stoop-too seen,'Or' mr heart break w. and we'shall 'eJ able>to bear anything to ,able isf4n.adoa;. : :. .c= "':::i'II I
''timely., It which God shall tend and though if. build a pipelinebj" mean of which ':
i
' ossibl. f.r v* t. hear these slay sksss.alwh '
things! and.aofb* nwved/for 3ed and .a- u. w* still shall eek Him, and even if'be,, the oU';will be-conveyed to the harbor r f II.e:_ .ji1iid
tun h... .rdaloed sufficient I a of blackest cloud of anguish .jem to abroad ) of Port ofpsIn. i i"o' ...... ." OERHAN KAU''WORK3' .

d fI..,, ,.trengtti Thena.stside.ss. .. enable 1 .* .. bWr ourcei them.... > i .roinbew taw from slmo-V.u*. eve..on W.flue Farrar.cloud) -aaall'the i'' '.ILw Jr-tt-a: :; ... : ....*. o." . :.:It -- ==T..,; j

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I'a' illiili 4I t e Va'Rcg i! c"G'iZdUsTBtB aL..CJu.C't, ,! LtIe 'Ac.-'y. the IIcbuol [ sguffi5S53KCa5SOA3SiKCs ? \ y r \ c'DANN
of Music the Business School, the ]
....,. ,' "-MON. NO.11 School of Fine Arts, tho. School: t of
-- Domestic and Industrial ,Arts and the : TifES'H\oif MAN. '
t' ? *. l'allLllIK.1" "lIa" rues School of Expression; It ban,,.a* fine a ILIQUOZQNC
": ;; ,Olaae In Valley' Uuette lJefhli.g. gymnasium as exists In the South anda I 1 It
., Lrt ......UU..08CWUOOUNTY.rLA.> fleet of boats and paper racing shellson
,- Its attractive lakes; and its student ..
3:'&'POUND' '
't
PROPRiR101. : {.. body Is characterized ) ''.social
W.13o
IiARR19 intellectual
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tone. .
and moral and
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f) ".J B. POUND Editor, In view of these facts I feel that the '-.
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f press despatch referred to above doe IFREE tL.iJ '.
.4. -
i Bntotod slthe PoMotllCe To KUurtmm-; rial!), injustice to the institutionhence! ,. 1 / ; _
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'as..sooondlaH. lBnboorlbor malNn ask you to Insert this note correctingthe . -- : -, *,

'...... pleuM'notffr tb.'offlo if same. Sincerely yours, -
.v1 Na T fall to f.t th.p.|wr r KU larlrvAUoomnunUMiUoDi WILUAM" BLACKMAM, ... '
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exewttomouranlfwr President
law ,, Binned o;, the LADI S SHOES.I J
oorT pona DU,1IDOeHI Winter! Park May 3? 1B04.We'the -
wrtter. .
R )oate4 maUor irUI. not bo'ntrfrnedaaleu ,IIII I - .- I)
? .ailed for.TJ undersigned merchants-agree _
Uk ? o odiior not reiponilbU opinions. .a. close our places of business at 6.3O '
to
.i, prated.l'\IeIDI."ellla bye>.pood..n"may'bo had on application..SUBSCRIPTION . m. during the mouths of June, Juy npHE STYLE OF A DOROTHY DODD will he appreciated at a d
August and September except Satirday l
4
RATKS. and Monday nights Cot out this Coupon JL glance-the comfort can be determined the instant. they are fit 4J

3 ,.............. .......ll.O Waters & Carson GroV Co. 1
,One oopr, one year ...................... .1\0 Waring&Orerstreet.v. J '
ODe oopf nix moottii I ted. Time and have well demonstrated their service. .
......... not wear
,<>.e. oopr,tor.*moDtbi..... :" B. Makinson Co. I for this offer may appear .
{, J. A. Lancaster. I again. Fill out the blanks . .
Friday May 27. 1904. C. W. Griffin. and' mail it to the Liquid Oxfords $2.50. I

Bandy & Bandy. Ozone Co., 45Q-460 Wabash -
*Parker and Biearst are 80 far the . J. W Watson. r rMen's I
4 brightest(tar* In the national democratic Graves & Graves.. Ave., Chicago. 1 Boots .300. -

.firmament. Prof. Jl: M. Pound, of Macon.'Oa., . L- < f
California should instructfor;' has been elected president of'the I My disease isI . . . . '- :- : : ,
THAT East Florida Seminary at Gainesville
Hearst .. as natural as that New York ,vice Prof. J. M. Gullliams, resigned I have tried
never Liquo- 4 Shoesi
i
,should be for Parker. tolacceptoposit ion in Kentucky.Prof. Crossettl3,50and $
but if will supply ,
Pound is a brother of the editorof J zone you mea
MIAMI I. boasting/: now of three daily the Valley Gazette and.at present 50c bottle free I will take it.
I the Morning New. with

('r .Col.test papers.Tenture E. T. Byington.in that line.editor, is the iafr BLbb Is Superintendent county, Oa. of. 'Education in . . .. . . .. . .. .. . makes life's walk easy. Several styles. Come | ;


.....lTma second primary to bo held June A Mat-time: Teat. . .. .. . . . .. . and see them. ;'
To save a life Dr. T. G. Merritt, H--
7 promises to be almost a. hotly contested
.. that of May 10. The ticket of No. Meho'opany, Pa., made a startling -I .,.--- -- - -
to be voted will not be so long-but, the test resulting. In-a wonderful cure. .. . :. . . . .
.result will be vastly more decisive. He writes, a patient was attacked Give full uddreu-wriis plainly. 4
with, violent hemorrhages, caused by I 'Red Star Brand Shoe !
) , IT'Is Commencement season In Florida ulceration of the stomach. "I.lu d often
and fOf the time being "the sweet found Kleclric Bitters excellent for -r
girl graduate" U holding the a.. ute'polltlclao. acute stomach !troubles so I prescribed i b
'' a stilTrhand in public estlmatlonr .hem. The patient gained from the '
e -She's always the more worthy first'and has not had an attack in 14 Bonds for County Officers, In Medium"PricedGents'
; of It.FROM months." Electric Bitters are positively I
k guaranteed for dyspepsia indl- alto Fidelity judicial, )Fraternal,'. ,
: Russian sources news Is fur- ge.t.lo'J.constipation and kidney trou- Transportations, Bank and Trust
"s it 'nlsb.ed.of a big battle at Port Arthur les. Try them. Only 60o at Osceola Bonds, Real Estate and Insurance
wherein 16,001aps are said to havehmn Pharmacy. j. M. WILLSON. jr. y Little Gents'Ladies' c s stl

f I killed op wounded to batakenonly 3.000 Ilnsi1 -7.-,,- "- -. ..--.--. -iia-. -o-: . .. ,. ,
,ai&oTbrePort.bouici:
I for what It is worth until more fully b

confirmed.fj j i ,s Frank CIarkCANDIDATE ; and Misses. 'J
Col. J. H. Humphries editor ot the NON , ,
Bradentowir Herald was nominated as y
CANT' :BE SEAT- ;1
b a Senator fro n the Twenty-seventh Senatorial -
district, composed of DeSoto
- - - - - - - -
and'Manatee counties, by a small majority J
over Dr. J. C. Pelut on the 10th. I IR4 ,,

FOR I II .:. '..f.
,
_ SATO blower rifled two stores at I .
Tort Meade a few nights ago/ and secured COINORESSFROM %%1AM+KVKAHtN1AA1" ? ,":,
"- --- -- -- -- -- ---- -- -'
} about$500 In cash.. C. E. Earnest ati x
formerly of this place was the THE Max Auschwitz, I '
a
principal loser. There seems to be a
regular band of these thugs operating Second Disrtrictof

Y of.afesthtbss Le \have recently from the been number dyna | Watchmaker and f fjf DoA'f Now !


mited.' anew !! of Florida, jf JEWELER' \, i iKiaI. f
AM exchange: law in Mississippi -
"dq makes it says a misdemeanor do Sollclto Tour Veto and eaif.rt I .......... ..... i .D..... ,;iI I
t 1<
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political work for candidates for mODe In the raocrtlo Primary. ,
xy; ,.' That is a law that would be of T I IS THE i
N much benefit to other states. Purer Repairs on watches clocks |> ,
polities would not hurt the country FOLLOWING and jewelry carefully and "si 1 a I
PRINCIPLES
and besides it would greatly' reduce' :
A the eost of campaigns. $| promptly executed. Engraving <

i. J. neatly done. TIMEr.TQ'D0 1

The many Osoeola county friends of c.""" __ ____
E. D. Beggs, formerly of this place, .
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;} will be pleased to learn that be madea Opposition to the Trusts. "

successful landing nomination In the for primarylast . Favors Income Tax.Perfectton'1InterState : 'VV" I.T.E'S THJT IHTIE JOB OF P 1
of the week criminal In the court of Eicambia)fudge| ;.L N'$;':':':> CreamVerniifuge OOIJ&. j

county. His opponent was 3. EmmettWolfe < \! Commerce Commission. .

whom be dafeated, by. a vote. .of .?' 'Federal 1 1Ready
Aid for Good 'I
1595,to 770.r ;; ; .. .
THE 6UAR1ITEED
a .m N f' f
n'' 4 801111. Duty on Egyptian Cotton. Mixed

Will overcome Indigestion ana dyspepsia Rural Mall Delivery. Q WORMREMEDY 1.

regulate the bowels and .
; cure

;the liver best and blood kidney enricher complaints.and invlgoratorIn It Is- Ample Appropriations Suwannee River.Military . ;; Dry Colors, :

the world. "It is purely vegetable Park at Olustee. i. r =.- -j'
;perfectly harmless, and sRould .
you be a suffererfrom disease, you 7M"71'' TWat' 3t ft'TTrnnntmm1tmntTnnnnn1 THE CHILDREN'S FAYORlfE"TONIC. Oils, Stains,
will use it If are wise. '
.1, you OCWAMK: Or IMITATION. .
IV N. Andrews Editor and Mgr. TIt_ .a.",.. M a"Aaa. CULT" I .
Cocoa and Rock,ed,.. News, Cocoa, ,ttt"'t"t't""t'TttJ"t1t"I " ' " " Ballard-Snow LInI:". ent Co.MRS. ...., Varnishes ', .
'Fla.i writes: "I have used Her- =
your T. IOUle> MO.Ot 1 ;;(
'bane in my family and And It a 'most I t
i:, excellent medicine. Its effects upon II I- 1;

myself recommend! have it u nbe.katingly0o() at I I Rem.nantSale I II I Plastico f

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Tbomason. Ac.Roberson. I .....,'" ''"",1

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A Correction.. == II ColdWater ?t

Editor Kisslmmee Valley Gazette: I =
Wr DEAR 8m:-A dispatch emanating f I :
from Cbcago( having been widely cop- = = Paints and a
led In the press of Florida, implyingthat .
Rollins College exists primarily I ',,'
# for the education of the Cuban youth StillContinues
and the children"of American residents I FINE
In Cu.ba, YOU will, I hope grant LINE OFBRUSHES..
.
to me space In your columns to state the ;
1.1 fact la the ease..Rollins .
I ;;.-
ColleA'e:w.. founded nineteen I ; ,\.
x w years ago for the purpose. chiefly, jj
_l of ''affording the opportunity of a -
Ek higher education to the young. people E 3 L. S. ADAMS. .

i of Florida; to this purpose it has always ttel_ .., ...._ Parian -
adhered,.and adheres today. A Paintis
;secondary aim has, always: been, and "VUw of Cwdul b MMd a....., +
is to refuge from to bred woes Haring uN rt4 for io
give the north
"" enl, awe yew with wukntu and b*.r-
_
wInLe'0., such-"youth as are big. own ....... siid having triad. scv
In their guaranteed
.threatened healthby;; Its rigors not to come off
era! docUrt sad dlflwuii ron dlM
and bv.,close con'4ne&Dent. in 111veotllated I..icatzWhite'Groods
with no srlccss Wine .f Cwdulwu
"" school: rooms and<,at the yoir no matter how long
'. th only thin, which helped me, exposed'
;i am*time give them instruction' fullyequal .,
?R .d cured llMemedtobuild "
veMtually ms
to every respect to any that can to the
3 the action of the ''j
wA prb..frv.StMttthe air
ae be had b the North.' 'The education : up : sun ,
t :::: eyeless ssd correct irnguLriOea"By
Cubans. has been
l always
i subsidiary to these two I principal obrJects Linens i "tlwd women"; Mn. Adam. or weather and costs no more .
.t for which the College was founded : means nervous women who hare
.' It has hem felt that U than inferior s
: was 'well disordered! menses, falling oi the goods.
to receive) a certain>number of, care womb, ovarian trouble or SB?of ;
(Gj'; ll1..et-..d Cubans, and give them Lawns' Ginghams: 1 theta ailments that women bare. .
': I g, >leuch training In the politicalindus : You can cue yourself at home with ji
'trial ''social-- and .religious'Ideas; of.American I II. :::. . this great women's remedy Wine
-I.. life as- would make them E .-.., -- of (& d4. Wins of Cardal has GRAVES & GRAVES. 9:l
leaders. In the .yelop lento' of the pew 1 cured thousand of rsins which 'fiT I
I .Republic; t...? umber received bow. Pieces. all, Carefully Meas- H .doctors hars failed to be .eIlL'Wry ,,,,
ever 1* mall and these blend:without Ck not begin to get well ,'-III
e diBlcxilfy!, Inaba general student body. 'drurauts hare 1.00 bottl' For : ',fr.II"S
'D rinff the present year, less .tb P.a -a ureic ands quantify and 1piaitily I I and stomsch,liver or bowel dlsor+- .
5 ; : {. price : I I H I > I I I
I **#4I,4. o.
>dsMttn Cubans have been registered, \ I 1 dor Thsdford'i Blaek-Draoght; +I-I *+ I'"*+++
/'oMtof total ::enrollment nearly I sboold be used : 't + '
Mi.'' All of them are of par*. Spanishblood .,marked. 3 I rcr- aaWINEoMCARPUIj... Tropical Nurseries :
of them from = :. ;.r.. .. .
and many families .. a. .. .. c.. ,
ot leading influence and.'position ::::; .-- .i-.::::: C r .. "- ',' .. : l
.; Rollins College e*tats In.?We, mat \0. Orlando, Florida


-for"bas""J aha recently!!young mor.Ii,(than secured people 300,000i.of; an this endowment; Bute.It U'has.; .;a IN. .B. ;jNQtliing i of this, ';;Sa1e, ,:to()" M .. :' 'of your If.you wants(intend and planting I can save any you Fruit,money Trees'this or. Orange fall send Peacb"'andePearpnd'all me nat'H: ;T ;ftTii \\I-(1

of and /
beautiful* coenmodloua campus buildings twenty acres,with;Otb. a 'StOTS), WOOd., < : kinds bf Nursery Stock ... ,

'so more b.erssinfl than a in scor the'near of bilhly.actab.4 future; U- / .. Be Cba g d"'J": ': Wi'will tarnish''BtooY.Wood.4etiv;it I: tpoxaoa WRSPEIR: '


..I' teachers'differwilldepartment-', ..H; it'. ,offers" ..' Instmo'te'olght or',1: I 1It111uwull111U1u1u u !i111it/ Ultlltl i t1t mw.iUI1,,! i! ered Strand.MAYNARD V> any part of town'LUMBER I M.'1.00'Co.per, J I'' .4. . .' ....:. ..() l. :"..'..e4 l..I t . i"i,". .... .. __ ,. ; ,;;

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:The Klssimmec Valleu (Gazette }Vsde. the tuner,OrlandoI"'Mai '.* Baby Carriages-at Watson's., h:TAk1a ;'NOTC( s -:-Prtlsdishing I : .; 7. "-

'Attach'wits, Jeweler; t---Z'Nu'AulIC nri'.1wat.Chm..ker.': ; ,' 1 ad vet-rirtenmnts' 'Q/lMWleI/ lu "Tthi., paper I -. c "
T.U.PHON" NO. 11* Buy "' are requested to band copy, for same TO'if,,: : t
. PanU'just received at Dan,,'; Stanford's New Spring.:(foods have In before Friday inoitiiny, o,ihat the' Gq: : : .'

,4 PUBLISHED :$ '' KUIDAY' 81: B. Story shipped a carload ..of arrived"-a.1&-11'804; elegant! .llnef\; proper time anil MMeatlun may be J .

I 1gYYE sheep to-Tampa.. this morning.Mrs. The'roof'of '!the residenceoocupied 'girrntheirwwk.; 'Thatwblch, oumvsIn ::
bn Friday If. accepted st all will
HA R I'a.' by Charley W.Idroawas discovered ,, 'WA'TSO'N"S" .
H
POUND A E. L. Leslie and Mill Bottle. : to not be guaranteed .s vo.potltloo '
arrangement ,
Gardner boon Ore by1 Messrs Dale and Todd ,.
,', visited Orlando yesterday'. or accuracy.) ' .:
workmen on the new residence, of J. '
.,'. CHURCH' -DIHMOTOHY.ifnsooiiT See notice of appointment of jtnspeotors M.. Lee, at boon Wsdnettay. -.Fortu FOB'SLK.We: have a brand new -' ,When.n', Need '.of .' ',.1

, OMQSOM.-Prtaohtnt .ach s.bilfcin. > and Clerkif for' second 'f primary, nately the blare was' in its incipiency $35.00 Sewing Machine with full set of .
bath .nd 7'' o.eiock.: Prayer 'mean on June?7th; In, another column.. I when discovered assistance and water attachments which we are.offerlDg for z' '

....d>1 TbU,:46 HUDi1 d.' .T.Dius 7.'morulnr at 7 p. m.. Peaces SabbuliJ Befoi-a- buying call at 'the 'Waring were near and the flee was. easily. con-' $25.00. 11 you need a Machine now Is HARD
: .. UItLL, Dry Goods Co.'. and lie trolled. your chance to get 'a'' bargain. We _
see .new. G : :
CBVIMJII-JO. I* Prier! .ulOr.- bare only one and Kill have .
darner not
; you
_.. Voiles. Mr .;w. Dale of Bradrfn-. ,
_ Pre.lIlnl..r SUDda,11 a. mod 7 Po m one at'chanee aria soon to buy CROCKERY. '- .tl
a
high ,
p..rl. s m..ttne '.110' D. n SnpAqBobq town
Youth ... May Standard Patterns at lati's- most.pulsr contractors and machine this W
Purer grade at low price., On
I' a. m. m..tteg.v.r7 Tb. '
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.de" 7 p.m. Vluttorpalwala w..ooms. .a. ]so,Designers. .' builders Klsslmmee and Miss married Fannie Phillips; of exhibition At the Valley Gazette office. HARNESS : .- SADDLES:? 4
..'.coriLCiiriuH. H.-a. David l D; were in Tampa ,
ST.JoH ; T W": '
Kldd Hector. rrlori on the .oand Bun Hon. J. Watson left on Tuesday last Sunday.even ing at, 7 o'clock. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully
da? or the month' M.rntnt prayer, e. rmou morning to attend.tha'' Commencement They arrived In Bradentowo. Monday -; repaired and warranted for one OR BUILDING MATERIAL.": ; r
ana hair eo>cmnmnoloa 10:80 o'clock. Krenlof: : exercises of the East Florida, Seminary and have received hearty congratulations year; also engraving neatly done:, at '

prays and .ermonat7ooo'clock.: q; 1 of ,.which institution. he is; a,, Trustee. from the host' ot friend of the Bicycle Store. ...
paE. rTaai" C."aell.-Ol"tae. w.rhlp on .' the groom' who, also warmly' welcome ,
.
.vcrr A rat Huoday and third Sunday In-- eaclimoOtb. That harrowingwhistle aftheEleo-
.' Morning .rvlc. at 11 n. .., Kv.n- Your laundry (i. guaranteedatLake- Mr. Dale into the., oammunlty.-'Bra" trio Light Plant; sounded tbs Are alarm a :
tag lerrlo at 7:00 p. m. Saudaf Reboot'* land Steam Laundry to he satisfactory dcntowri Journal again about sundown I MAllDOLOSB- w
Tuesday afternoon ALL GOODS
': .. m.' O. E..ertoe at *:Ji J>. m. prayer ,
m .tln(Thuraday .v.nln. at : BrU or It costs yoir-notlilng." Roller king'' Ftour: the best yet- which bad an instantaneous' effect .
"
.r7body moatoordially iavlt.d' &oauen4, thaw THAD OLIVER, 'Agt./ $3.25 per I Barrel-Phone 61. upon our people, and in a few" sect : ':"
ertcp. WARING & OVERSTKEET!: : onds they were on the streets and the ::
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'been .
; Ethel /
:Miss Hari>er who haa attending #
SATISFACTION
ALKX] lliTIoaon. Bupt. of > 8. cause of the alarm being located in ; ,
the Florida Conference summoned
COllege Dr.
j Summerall-was from i the office buildingof W.L. ''Van, Du- GUARANTEEDc
at Sutherland is at home for the holi Atlanta a few days ago to the bedsideof ,
.tlleJiPo; ;;; Eor, they'hurried thither, and at. oncebell..n ;
Official 'W ,
days. his\ little son who has been quite ill
the work of
...... suppressing the *
A" T.eBIATea.-wa. )cunt" .a
JiI'' with pneumonia for ten day. or more. a
New line Oxfords at PaDn'theShoe Dames which were then In. their Inclp- 4' >
rr u.DAY K" : The little fellow passed through a. siege -
Man. lenoy. Ready handswere, there and ,
I04.ss .-... of a malignant type of fever some In a short time the danger has passed. VVVV vvVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV '

f.n. -Mrs. D C. Morrison and daughterand months altO and It Is hoped he will Had theflre once gained headway It. '
"'; -" "- - - - ;i
- Miss Plummer left aboard the withstand this as successfully. .as he! Is quite probable that.. all the build ;. : = ; .,. ..

....... rrr 1\1\ ... Roseada( Wednesday for Shell Hammock did thatone. Ins on Broadway and south of that In . "; .
1latnrdaj.......... go I 114 ,' .. where we learn they will spend On Tuesday last the following party which U originated to Watson's store, -
. Danday........... Na 1'7 .,.. the summer left for the cattle range In the southern which are of wood would have been .
. .. .. -
Mondry .. .... 7. fli ..
... IIf1 110 . Lancaster. is well equipped for making part. of> the county to mark'and consumed as the breeze would, 'have S
w.d..dj......,. .o fill .,.DThnr.dav photographsviews or enlarge brand calves and to out out the beef sooned fanned them Into an uncontrollable '
...-:... 111 60 ., ng.. Call and.examine work.: cattle among the. herds they are .look holocaust The origin Is unknown State BanWissimmccOffers l

themoHtexMniiivesheep ing after; Walter Bass. Sr. and sons, as the fire was .In an unused ..j ,
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J. A. 111"1'0105. p. M. S. n. Story, i R. H. Bass, Uomer Bass,' Tie Bass, room of the btilldlng. .- .
owner In the. county sndwholives near ;:c1! i,
Rarny. Bass, HardyJohns, James : -,. ,
WANTED -i
I TO BOY CEDAR.
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Will
,
Vhlttler, has been In town several ... pay ,
; of advertisements l > Padgett.; They. prepared and ):
Our rates for Insertion this week. -- higher prices than any otherman In ekeConslsteutwith
the reading matter on days equipped for a two week's stay on the Florid*-in swamp or out. If. 1 in bad to Custolnom Eve J |Facility : -. r f5I. ,
among ,
-
each 'Insertion. Special bargains in Pound Goods .range. place notify me and I will get... Ill out. .: ,r :t I. ;.,
this page Is ten. cents per line and Short Lengths at the Remnant John McPhatter has sold theoottage Will'buy large 'or small quantl.les\ : : Sound Management.t ; .I"iil)

Store. now occupied by the family of T. W. and pay cash. Address; ... ." J-:

Ellis. to J. W. Hamilton of Maryland, T. A, . --- ,
Oliver
Miss returned from
., )oooooooe College) Park Ruby((01.) where she has been who wlll.brlng hls 'family here next may 13-6t . EDDINGS1 I. ,. Personal. ,,Attention. to :All Business Intrusted to :C J.. M .
fall and become resident.He ;
a student for the past several last the spent the past winter, here during to quell a row on the lake\ front "
News.Dry on Wednesday night to delightOf '
Local_ her relatives and friends. whiek on-time Shingle he Invested Creek and inro.e hisKlsstmtnee : property -- between negro man and his wife who N. :B, CARSON OA..:......: ;..'..
of Parker's
occupy one Judge tenement .
Mesdames TI N Bratton and W S 3 friends; will be pleas dto know of houses in that section. ..Arriv !J I. '.

>ver.tr<
and dusty. Wednesday night for Bartow attend" among us. ", woman. Delia Williams by name,. busily _. ... :. Ii
the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society
lit*that com. from Summer'i Heat smashing the few household goods
It's the toe man's turn now. of the State.. A mother need DM fe.r to......" and soundly berating. her cowered

Improvements till being made. Elegant lot laces and embroideries Ho When till with with"I baby KKTHINA": need .bid.eh.,supplied j spouse who, lie seeing the'officer, I

Last day of school,for the term. just received at Stanford's.Mrs. "TEETBINA" Aids Digestion' said, "Boss done glad you come; datwoman

and Miss Tiller mother and ulates. the Bowels, and costs only 25 has tuck me down sot on H. c. Stanford i Sa
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Bargains. la Remnants at. Kate's.NeW me and beat me mos to death an now .
allt\.4r of our fellow!townsman, M. Tiller. cents at Druggists: or mall 25 cents to she's tryin'to tear down the. house." *
lot Pattern Hats at Stanford's.. Dr. C. J. Modest, St. Louis, Mo. .
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Commencement exercises begin Sun. ye.t.erdsymuch to the regret of On his return from Bassenger/ a few tent the truth of his words, and It took '' '
day. their many friends here. days ago Cant Hall found the water In but a glance at the woman to stamp 4 'Tlie'"'OrlQjriatpr of, Low

the canal low that he unable to her as a veritable tigress and that she "
so was
Muslin
line of Ladles' Prices Kiss)
. was In An elegant n' mm66 '"
Frank\ Walker of Basstenger Underwear at Kats's. get the Naomi through it. Having was full of fight, -which, the presence '. .. ;

town Monday. some passengers aboard whose convenience of the officer In no wise diminished.In .- '

Matched Laces and Insertions at. Mr. U. A. Llghtsey of Bartow was be desired to serve the Captain fact she turned her' Ire. upon him InVitieg: At t&n ion to' pig MeW Q Ecod :
[
Waring Drv Good. Co. here lat Friday attending to business left his boat and made his way to and It was only by w, use of his club $,
matters. He was accompanied by his town .afoot a distance of a dozen or and his nippers that ha subdued herat ,
A moonlight. excursion on the lakeIs daughter. and son who spent the day more mile., where he procured a nap- ally A pistol was found-on her person I / "'

on tapis to-night. with relatives and friends.A tha. launch which be employed to re- -where her kind generally carry. ; ,/Spring: .and Summer, ,1904. I

Mrs. J. N. Taylor visited relatives few books left at. half price at.Danll' turn and bring up bin passengers and. l'a.ol'-fur which she will ha-e to answer '.' .

In Sanford last, Saturday. .. freight leaving the. Naomi. anchoredin In county'court.. ''On Mondayshe . ,. ' .
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One of the lakes below. was' tried in Mayor's court and '
School Shoes at Stanford's guaran- From Klsslmmee, two entertainingyoung fined S5 and costs each la two cases ,In calling the attention of the public to my Spring and Sum-.
teed. ladles registered at the DeSotoare Good Rice-25 t&.. for 91.00; 100 of.1904 do with considerable' as .i ;
C In lieu of the payment of which she Is mer stock I so pride; conscious r
Miss Fetus Overstreet and Miss Ibs. for 3.50. Phone 61. .
C' Perfection Canopies at Graves & Ruth Butler. They remain In the.olty WABINQ &OVEBSTRKET. to spend twenty days In jail.'The . I am of the fa.cUhat it U far superior: in quantity quality,and all

Graves. for a 'A'ookTamp. Herald. good old summer time' (?) other points of excellence than' that any previous season,, and , '
On account of United Confederate
Mr. O. B. House returned to his Remnant Sale stllll continues at Veteran's Reunion Nashville, Tenn., of the disease time of propogaU all the year and when multiply the germs in therefore I am bettsr prepa.ree to take care of the 'needs', of my, -' a 4.,

home In Ocala last Saturday.Mr. Kau's. June 14-16, the Atlantio Coast Line any "old place" Is approaching andIt ;;customers. The stock is full. complete-every available inch of ewax

and Mrs. John L. Oientreetre- The barber shops of Klsslmmee will will sell tickets from Klsslmmee Fla., behooves us as citizens and officials space in. the store being utilized( -;therefore it will be impossible ,, t.

turned home last Sunday morning, hereafter. This and return, June 10th to 16th Inclusive to put our premises, vacant lots, articles
not open on Sunday : 'in this space even to mention the numerous that are 'pi' f .
been arrived stand at 116.35. Tickets: will bear final limit streets and alleys In a. perfectly sanitary '
Crush Kid Belts In Black and conclusion this having week the proprietors to leave Nashville returning June condition while we, yet have time. :the shelves and counters; ; infect but,a very,few. of them ci\ be ***?
by
agreed to
White. at Kau's. of the shops in that line of business. 18th 1904, but by depositing ticket The town is not as. clean as a- due regard mentioned at alL,, Special attention, however .is called to the1ol-\ ] ,

Smoke Key West Havana, the best with Special Agent at Nashville and for proper sanitation would require 'lowing lines: v ". rr
60 Cigar on the market. Florida Beef every dav.ln the' week' ; upon payment of fee of fifty cents, extension -plies of decaying lumber and SPRING-ANI7SUMMER, DRESS' GOODSlrrThe:; latest ,
also Western.'at Phone 61. will be granted to July 10th
trash'may be seen at several places '
'' :
R. D. Waring.who, ls BOW making W A1qNG A OVERSTKXT. 1904. For further information seeAgents and at night In some localities the atmosphere designs, most fashionable paterns, the :most useful and wearable

Me home in.LakeIsnd, spent'Sunday Qo'Vernor.TennlD\ -11as.. offered a or communicate with T. C. In laden with odors which, fabrics are here. No l lady should buy.materials, for her.summer,

here. ' I reward of $200 for the arrest and conviction White. Division. Passenger Agent, to say the least,' do not'tend to the wear before seeing these goods and getting our prices' Ask to ,

Charles and Beat Barnes. 'left;on Saturday of the party or. parties who Tampa, Fla.' betterment of the health of the community be showd our line of lawns.. Special selections of' these good ....
last for 'gator hunt down the mutilated the cattle of George W.Hop 'The pulpit at the Methodist church and show that some one Is very made well in zephyr and mercerized.ginghams.Mad- '
were as as
river. klna on or about the 7th of April last.Mrs. was, filled last Sunnday by Bro. 'D. neglectful In keeping the premises In
B. Sweat of the Bartow Courier-In that manner contemplated by law.. A ras and. Danish materials for ]ei weight skirts, and the }latest.
FOR RENT.-Seven room flat over T. J, Smith, son and daughter, '
formant, who preached two sermons bouse-to house Inspection should be ,creations in shirt waist'material!, G
the Valley Gazette office. Applyat. faster> Early and MUs Juliette of Valdotta '
made the marshall intervals
that left a lasting impression good by at regular EMBROIDERIES '
this oMue.Mutton Ga., arrived! on Tuesday morning upon his hearers. On the first of June and reports made to the City LACES AND Everything for 'all purPoses -

Saturdays; Western Beef, and will spend some time with Bro. Sweat will give up his newspaper I Council'that It may be posted on thegeneral in all the latest styles-good,",better,: best: in quality, yd' *'

every day, at C. W, Griffin's.Joe lra. A. H. Barnes, mother of Mrs. work, and, after a. short: vacation, take. sanitary condition of the city r- but one grade in price, the lowest- -not the cheapest for "cheap"generally
Smith. pastoralwharge. of the church Green of those who-do and those who do not ' .
fromSuwannee means inferior, and this we do not carry in these goods:.
returned
Stratton Rull Bass shipped 195 bead pf beef Cove Spring, to which he ba.been asatgned observe 'the. sanitary regulations.The .-> "
county last Saturday with a carload cattle Tuesday that excited the admiration to fill a vacancy. He has beenjery rainy .e..soal1 soon be on and z :TOWELS NAPKINS; BEDSPREADS;TABLECLOTHSrA It

of goats.: of all who saw them for their successful as a Journalist, andenters Its Inflenoe will certainl ,not be towards very Jine line and also fine line material for window.curtains. / 'S,

Mrs. Wm. Erasure returned froma tire and condition. They are said tobe the ministry with every prospect the promotion of good health CORSETS..-The American Beauty,' in, all styles""':;16ngsj, r

visit to her SOD, Isaac, in Tampa among the best ever shipped from .for as successful a. career as has but will be very detrimental thereto If shorts girdles and nurses.', There may,. be,.cheaper corsets ''on//
Monday night.Stanford he. county. been his. In the newspaper field. It Is at. all protracted which may be .-
the Let the market, but there, are none better. They are perfict, :fitting
there case. owner
to state that every property
has an up-to-date line of will We be are preaching requested at Frier's landing McCall's Paterns at. the Waring Dry see that his premises are clean use comfortable. wearers and built for.long service." A?f

Men's Hats, Neckwear &0. near Southport on the 4th Sunday. in Goods Co's. disinfectants where necessary and. stickto -

There will be a big barbecue at June. The ordinance of baptism will Too much care cannot be taken to that text: all the time.
Crabgrass on June- 23rd, to which the be administered and dinner served on prevent an outbreak of flre. Everything is not only next to Godliness. but ibis Agent. '*Q%,' .. /:
public is invited. the grounds. now Is as dry as tinder and fires the first principle to be observed In '* c
have a way of occurring that are mysterious the preservation> of healthfulness.R.solrtioes. Ladies
*. Stanford has just received a full A. S. Gilbert Is erecting a store and altogether unaccountable. Queen QualityJShoes lot? .
llqeof samples from Royal Tailors. between his residence and the matter how searching thejlnvestitra- "" ""TrI''" ",
C. W. Griffin .North Klsilmmee in no W.. *L. Douglas Shoes for, Men. ,
Huddleston went. downto tlon of the supposed causes. Everlasting The committee appointed to draft -
Miss Marie which he will engageln the mercantile. ..
Bartow last Friday to visit among business. He will carry a full stock care should be the watchword appropriate resolutions on the deathof
around home and business place. Jamie Carson would submit .
-1wo. every :
friends for a day or goods. "i
of racket) :
The accumulation of > "trash Whereas, it has \pleased our Heavenly .
Mesdames. W. C. Tanner and Edna W toilless 011 Stoves at. Watson's. rags, and all other combu.tlbie material Father to call from our circle $ a ,,
Henderson spent portion of the week\ should not be .allowed not only asa one of our faithful and earnest workers -. ,

with their sister ..t. Plneca'&le.j Miss Mabel Parker, a student of theEast safeguard against fire but 'for thepreservation in the Sunday School and Mission C. .A. CARSON .........t. II..C.'.RYAN I, l5e Jrtrr..'

New line of Ladies' Shirt. Waists at Florida Seminary-' at. Gainesville of health. Matches Board. and Young People's Union; ' '
j KATZ'S. retumed-to her home in this place a dayor should, so to say, be kept under lock therefore ===. "Z1: ZZ', :33- wt'Waters'
two slnee. She has made a fine record and key and In no case allowed to lie RESOLVED, That in the death. of Jamie v ITS
The annual round-up of cattle and In lh.eJ3emlnary where she Is very '.around even In boxes, where childrenor our Sunday. School has lost a ;'" r

the marking and branding of oalvea t.en&agtoll b Ighly regarded as a student. .rats can scatter them about. faithful and earnest scholar; that we & Co.
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many of the cattle owners. The Fair is to be held have lost a kind and .affectionate .:Carson Grocery() ( ,
Studenthelp :
Crossetl Shoes for Men. Dorothy 30 31 and June SEE THAT SHOE WINDOWat pinion, and his class one of Its. brightest . ,
Dodd Shoe. for ladles. At. Dana's. In Jacksonville' May the and most l loveable members. -, w.. .....* .... **talt D4l.rs h
All who take advantage of vetfy Warlnfts.. We hare just received a His life and was, and
The State Bank will not be open on cheap rates during those three daysshould Marlowe Shoes Christian 'pure
line ofTbeJulia
large and his character wasand
June :?rd, that. being the birthday .of take in the Fair' which promises for ladies. of which we guaranteerig good will continue. to be the means -of 'G R. @ O :Ep'Rt"E'; $ :
{ Jeff Davis and a holiday in this State.Ladles to be most Interesting. ,
'. and satisfaction, as well as comfort drawing us closer to ,Christ as our

before buying your Fall 25! lbs ice with every freezer you buy .to your feet. Savior .
a Dress Goods, Trimmings, &0., oall on of Graves & Graves.Notwithstanding THE WARING DRY GOODS Co. That. we but feebly express the feelIng TY'Aa.IITsFo.' .: . '

" H. -C. Stanford and! save, money, the low water Capt. Laundry, Lauadry. of our great loss and that we extend 4:: .. ; I ,

' Mr. J. P. Peeler went down to Winston time Ball ba"1l810adi left the dot of freight kthtf morning and several with pas two I am agent for the ,akeland Laun sympathy to his In family this their our sincere great affliction.love and 11 'A,. ? Celebrated: 'Fertilizers CRA'rE: **?y'' ;({
last Friday to spend soma t .
\y down "on The temple of clay i. gone but his
will I
laundry
, with. her Mrs. W. S. Gra. sengers. The launch, Alce.do. tow dry. send'your : ,
daughter
ham him to Cypress lake. where the Naomi Tuesday and It Is returned on Fridayor spirit Is with, us exert-IDR..n Influence GRAIN, .( .E.1'; C,. I

I I.> anchored, and upon which the Journey Saturday. THAD OLIVER. for good and is one more link in the .;. Ct...lsrq u4 Price*' .. : +
Dr. J. W. Simpson left on Tuesday will be-oontlnuedtoBasslnger.. chain drawing us to 'our Heavenly .rr- f'i r ;
I Par.t..4O. AnucotM.
night to attend The annualmeeting of Belt's Mill Burned. H : : . '.. '
the State Dental Association In Jack Notwithstanding he has had considerable W. W. A A. B. Bell's sawmill at fDC".J.' M. Wit SON, Jr.,. ; .

' sonville. trouble in securing laborers on Oviedo, was burned on Tuesday. night HERBERT SPED, i
the city. dock "Uncle" Henry Mathews last and was'we understand a complete EABLJB LOOTER, ' RTD'E'S : :
F1t
'FOUND-near Dr. Thomason'a describe it amisses bal kept plugging away at it until he loss, the plant being uninsured.We . Committee. : : E.:.S "' 'W ,00L; : nOous
Owner can The old
ring. the
baa about completed Job.
however that. these.
learn gentlemen -
and pay for this notice and. get 16.MAODK one has served Its day and fallen into r Y .,
il -
THOMASON, and should be removed from the will, with characteristic energy T?: od.uoe speoiaitsr.: ..
; decay and enterprise, Immediately start, the :try,. -; ;.. .e. ,
,_., \' Matched. Laces and Insertions-New, sight of the public. work of rebuilding.Card I )
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Style Kati's. .We are requested by Walter. Bass V.' rn
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County ComminionerWalker spent Sr. Chairman of the Board of County of Ths.".. ., (
\ Commissioners; that the I take this method of expressing ,
to condition
'a portion of the week here and return. say publicly ,Attention U.. C..-'V..,. Ex".otI tO 'JscksoaalIL ,., j 4-
road is the faultor thanks to those friendsand
:ed to his home Wedne.da.board the of the cemetery my C The U will set} ereuril w* tick )t'
A. C.
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but U the result ; 'lrirsoc ,' No ..
whosonoblfcamfttomy
..Roseada. neglect of no one, neighbors .- 'A :iiTK-etifig of f'Camp : ets for round trip from Klsslmmee;; to
Corless.'Coon Co's Collars of !the inability to get suitable.materi rescue. few nights: ago and ,to whose 1482.1;.U C V, will, be neld' at; the City Jacksonville for all regular, t.r.l.u\orf" .
Wear & '
Sold al with which to repair.. Efforts are heroic effortswas' due; the saving. of Council Chamber at 2 p m on the first nest N084&.fol' LOUd) f'Nar3Ot.b.
and Dann's.Dr. ,
Cuffs at ;
J onl3 being made to procure the needed material my property from destruction by fire. Monday,In June next., A. full,, alien. ; from Campbell Looghmaa anfi aal",a. ,

.\. , Thomaipa received a fall-from and it will Rive no 'one." more Their action In my behalf- .will.. ever. .be dance. In desired... 4..'. City for M.69.' .Ticket* !good Co ,_,: '.
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';9 i, ,his bicycle on;''Frldav of last week pleasure than the --officials when 'the gratefully, : remembered. c W.;tt ZoRNsTo1T, ocr any regular" train-up to.and:;r J8oIdlnllulU'SC1a.JIlD8 -.1,
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I ''t /from which 'be/was.confined to. ,his 'negotiations ..... .successfully ended Sincerely, '. AdjU'an&If. 2nd.f' : )>
.."', j room for a day,or two! ..." \ and the road repaired. as"It should be. '*, ill: J. A;; IANCt&SZEa.: '" ,' POP* MLR.rBTANPQRpkr.! : : .c..... ". ,, "'f'ioil.
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Ncl.; aver Uncle Sam "gently disengaged1 r

. himself from my ''jfra$i>, and moved towards II Stable.

the door. :'lt at..nf time you I : 1 -.
asy
should need a friend..lie. said, address.! '
WALTER BLOOMFIELD Ing me. ""I.hope you will think of your .r

uncle. Stay I had almost forgottento ,
+ glve- ou tbU," and taking letter in' Town.
Ooprrlrht ltpi br aoala*B rxxa.M eons :
.- .- from his pocket be tossed It to me;
"CnAPTERXVI.). .-, I erata from any WHJ, ,vn my: own but I was too dazed to catch It, and It "

iw ;:XIT-TTMCU- SAV. brother. -You. hate plainly' Insinuated fell.o'n the carpet. Then,, waving his Cnpldt. n

here In the presence of :your son, that hand In token of farewell, he hastily Fill glnbses] two-tUM t Oil'COIDDany.
Truly: tUtways: of the parogare raspberry juice, the >
; ryrup
I Tret ended-Dot to know the business
and
quitted the room was gone, .
5 peculiar! It y'oa wanted your son canned goods;( best. \ '- f
-
the .
which called him to crypt on Monday 1 lookt"d ,at my father. lie was Bit*
>, knocked on the'bead., were there not Ice
I up to the bowls III
'1 night and that because o(. some ting on a low scot, his elbow resting/
London able
cough people in and willIng
when frozen the
,commission motive think. that was. your word on his knees, and hiM' head burledla I remove ;
to'execute but
your ofmyown; and further, that I have Ills hands. I spoke to him- clean; pined & spoonful of
70U 'mollt heeds send-for'hltu to this better reason to be satisfied with this I forget what it was that I laid-but ho I phia Ice crcuiu-mi 1 top; IICII
;h place, Come, tell me how it all hap. cut from'cumlled '
_ "' matter than you have. If by tbe latter took no notice of me, when through,; I. (
paned :you mean that a man who hal' not 'the open window 1 !HOW uncle Sumpaeslug" thrust 8 little metal t I
,
4' : 'Thus spoke the cheery" .voice of uncle .lose. a or nU j and serve with heart-.. \
quartet a million sequins Has out of our gate. As soon as
Sam as he entered our drawing room better reason for satisfaction than one he was off out premises lie Htooii-still L iced'in ))Iok.-What to Ent.j : :ROUTE.
the next morning after the events narrated'hi .
xyho bal I content the
am remark and looked Intently at HoldcnhurstJIall !
3' the last chapter. Though stilly j Lemoa Cake l
should pass.! But the first observation for a little while, then turuoil-a.b- I
;:depressed in spirit (now chiefly because of which" I complain admits o'f no raptly; and walked at atI'eRt rate One cup| of butter three STEAMER ROSEADA.. w

of the Horrible suspicion which sophistry.. The'only) motive that,could down the rend which Il'd'.towOI'ellI gar four cups of Hour, ) Captain Clay Johnson; Jr. t

's +; knew my: father entertained), I wasfairly"well animate tine .la. feigning Ignorance '0' Bury St. Edmund's.This j mill- lire eggs, juice und! ,. and return. Roseada leaves Klsslnv
in health, and waa dressed of one lemon, one sninll I +ti 4
:your sou's business in the crypt wouldbe spectacle, In Itself!! pathetic, nnd Klsslmmeo Friday evening. -
to receive our visitor. My fathers mel of soda. Went the eggs
? : to conceal that I was""concerned in symbolizing as It did, the collapse of I )) and Fort Myers on tile LJ11I
ancholy Wa more apparent tbanmine. cream the tutor, and mId
some i way 10.the..tf.DUng of those se mytneJlt hope, enraged me. Being / .. Rates reasona&lo. '
and his serious demeanor contrasted and ;yolks of -be Iftt
quins. And besides, I do not like weak from loss of blood and otherconsequences eggs. -In Florida, .
i wltb the off the milk And flour hen
strangely buoyant: gaiety; ,
your manner towards me. :All
mysuccesses of oiy recent accident, apply toCUL.Y
his brother. Dissolve tbe 80,11III part ;
bave been duo to a good I think my reason must hare Succumbed j JOHNSON SR., Proprietor, '
and add .t after the hour
"Ernest had an awkward fall on the memory: and the power to read the beneath my accumulated load On board "LJllie," Klsslmmoe. Fla. .t E
tone floor of the crypt lath on Monday thoughts and moods of men. and the Instincts disappointments and anxieties for beaten in. T/ast of all, < )

: night o;, on :Tuesday' morning, and which hale earned me all I In a sudden burnt of artificial; "strength I whites of the -eggs. _. '

lay there unconscious for some- timer have. Would scarcely fall me In dealing I rushed at'my father laId my hands: \ .. Stew. ,?? flU..... I The assers-by''on tlio street stopped I .' ;
,before. .be was discovered. That is with a man of ;your mental calibre. upon his ...boulders, and forced him and gazed around In wonder. There ,Sl;
aU." answered my father, "but he la No; you must take uiy baud and assure Into an upright position, will! I Stewed steak requires was nothing to be Beta. Again the (1K'
slowly e'<>ok nearly: not quite, well now." me of your belief that I ]have screamed out- ; ;: rattling ringing roll and UJVPUJ ' the ,'"
1 in n covered In the '
"On the floor' f tbe crypt; !" echoed never done you o.your eon the slight. I "It Is false! It is false! I will go to of jnr \ chimney )popped HlghhoIcWln an ecstasy !";

uncle Sam In a tone of surprise "What est wrong, and In particular that you my uncle and beg him to pardon you." the saucciuiii water' boll hulling fast' water.after. over his new drum. i- .n,
wa be doing In the'oI"J'Jt at that uncanny are satisfied I know nothing about the 'Then the of .
My father started to his feet and twenty nilinilrs for the '() .' across the way. on top ._ i
hour No, no; I beg ;your par treasure you bave failed to.Hud further grasping 111(' by the wrists held me atnrme' I jar must only tdmincr. another house he .spied another, big- '

j ,don. Don't tell me, I don't want to than what you and your sou hare told Il'uth.; "I would to Heaven itwere steak for the purpose, cut ror drum and flow over there. It

't, know-I remember my: own little es- me. Do that, and! I mil still your false;. lie exclaimed "but It Istrue venient diced pieces find tl' was a big ventilator. He struck it

4 ,capadet when I was about his age. friend and brother, and \<'in aid you -too true. Khali I show you the I butter I to n /good brown. '; To his apparent delight' It boomed;

Really the faculty: of blushing In a with all tbe mean:: lu my power to proofs I jar; fry 1111 onion. Iirrlx nnd nnd catching/ his! toes around an iron'

tt :young man will delude even the. old solve this mystery.: ; Decline uiy terms!!, I You cannot," I shouted; "you have in the butter, dredge hour hoop that encircled It ho beat out a

r. :and experienced more effectually: than and I will do tny best to forget no proofs." I' and add mlHclcilt cold .. roll that a drummer boy might Imv*' "

the most skilful lying. So, Ernest, you existence." 'oUl'j Then for Hie I first and In HI time In for tho gravy Stir with envied. !aI(

;young dog, you 'are no Better than Quite calmly but with terrible distinctness hilt life did lily father: burst out lu spoon( ,vhi lie. nil bolls. : !; : The mystery la that his hill did not

\other people eh? But enough of this. did uncle Sam thus challenge anger 111:1I11I"tlie.. "In everybody inconspiracy color the gravy iiiul tlii-n ( fly Into splinters Hut It didn't. The I

to 1 Slow are Knight and Faulkner getting Ills brother. lie bad drawn ulmself up to nuidden me?" li<> asked into the jar. Cook for, two j Hound however. Boomed to uo to his

.on with the renovations I hope they to his full height, and his head was setback excitedly. "I toll you your uncle has heed: and he got crasher and crazier rover

..l$ are. pushing the work vigorously. I a little further:: than was customary stolen those sequins, nnd hut recent i I (he galvanized Iron until he tllscoMred 4

would like to see the place completedand wlthbim. yet one might! reasonably I ly. Still, I would nut have told him n the rain pipe. :'

'decent before T return* to New have supposed as he stood wait- HO, or complained to anyone If he had I I } 1'1)| to this time lee(}] neighbors had ,1
York.; I gave them carte blanche to Ing for tbat be not sought to extort declaratlou I fif---- -
a reply wqs engagedin | a contrary looked upon him 1a: youthful and devoted '\
.do everything necessary: to be' done, nothing of particular Import. Indeed j from lilt>. I>o you think 1 would , lover who could not express '.i,

and particularly Insisted on despatch. the expression of hiM face wn j denounce my own brother on doubtfulor I half bf 111. feeling upyn an ordinary
za ,My father looked Intensely glum asH ,\ not .unlike tbat which he )bore whfn {' slender evidence? If you ten I think I 1 rotten stub find HO had token to the \:<:,
,he listened to this speech, and some -of. bJs. of where I then shall 1 & ;
uttering one c'ull'odotm8s no badly me, I sounding! hollow chimneys. They had :
moment elapsed before he spoke. A* of which he bad such a plentiful store. j turn for sympathy; lu any trouble? After washing lace, says II I been amused. Hut suddenly: all that .;

for n4yaelflt: was a considerable time and he actually smiled: as he listened I Ito Miint I publish what I would fain I do not starch It and co not changed. They woke up to the fact .,'

I before Jf.could resolve my uncle' my father's reply-words ,.whlch I! conceal In order\ to Induce you to I be dry before ironing Iron i' ) that the bird was a raving, innnHIP; .:
f words!and desiring not to commit myself a cloth, flnlrhlng with (the }
snapped my most cherished hope like ,,llcve your own father? Look at that I for what dud they are one morning ,
I'remained silent tbread and the low,8tdeptb 'I'I'a 'nd took front his on the lace. It will he : but the \
plunged me to ; lie )ucket a large I flicker high up under the corner .
"Your judgment. or motive Is not so of despair I had ns yet sunk to.1:j thin gold coin and '"placed It In my j: enough If treated In this way."College I ofa roof clulrhiiiK II small Iron rtJ i1

'1 good as it might be-in this case. Sam. "Indeed I will do no such thing. Unasked hand; "that Is one of the sequins you I I girl shortcnke" Is I I 1)i-ack In lIp, aide of the house and-" "1.1:.,"

>< ;r, My: boy baa discovered perfectly: reli- and from my beaU I assure you went Into the crypt to C..t'lI60.ot I, a bad affair for nn {" !: : iliiicnUy trying to drill a hole through c'ft
,, able evidence tbat a quarter of a mil -hat 'the good will I have ever borne I the two hundred and fifty thousand i earned its name by being! 'j'I, I the hard metal rain pipe., '

|Ilion' Venetian sequins were concealed towards you survives this affair, serous sequins. :you ought to have found th're.1 I only make available for I lie was hammering!,: like tinsmith.. 'S it}j

1 by: old Roer'TrueQ1a1i In-U1e Abbot's a* It is; but I cannot and will not Where the other are 1 don't know; j on the quiet." Plain t>n : : and already had cut an opening half :' '

'Cell here' and pleasantly: comply wltli the terms you dictate, j but what I do know Is that your uncle biscuit' are bought lit the as big' ns one's fist when discovered. ( \I

surprise 'me decided to withhold his come what may. Surely you might found means to convey them awn) _j heated In oven or even ; lie had not tried to drill before; be ;

p !information until he I,had verified It. have knownlbat,, anything bere was! from here about ,,4 week ago. I will j split twice and the i bad been happy with the mere sound. t'

,;This Is"why: be risked tbe place on yours for the aeklag,-that I would tell you the details. If you want to I| spread thickly between Hut something' either in' the size of

Monday night when be found the place Lave given you anything I bad so longas know them, when you com to your' Is really more enjoyable then Rhapo or ring of the pipe suggested!

,and ten chests'as Indicated by: 'noserTrueman / I retained a small. competency for sensea 'nnd t'emembertlint I am your-I of the name purchasable In "nt'BtOL to his wild wits and right
,,;
himself 'but with -"T"*" ary restaurant fdt-trebletlie ;
; this differ iny: son .hereafter. father. through the pipe ha had gone.

eneetthat 'all the chests bad been uncle !Bam remained motionless and I cat do vn on a couch and burst Into I with the addition of &'1'fe> lie'was scared off finally, but not until
opened, and every sequin stolen." of flavored whipped: cream If be had: let himself(
silent for a full minute or more after an agony ((01'11. 'In a moment niy In and had had ,,
""Stolen' exclaimed: uncle Bam; my father bad finished speaking; then father was at my side, holding my; j delightful dessert., a look down through the strange bottomless -

:*9tow'do you know that And If co, drawing a deep breath, and uttering hands hi his and earnestly endeavorlug For the unexpected guest pit that he had opened.-Dal'

how'' (can you tell whether they: were n hardly audible sigh, he rentedr4iin to comfort me. Presently I grewcalmer j with a cup of ten or ('!Io'ol.. <1 las lore l Sharp In 8L Nicholas. t'

1 stolen A year or a century: ago/ ?" tends on a table, leaned forward,'\tnd I and got up-that.unnatural and ,. full duty, and they are < -

"Very'easily By: merely: examining fixing his gaze upon his brother, addressed I I piteous product of adverse circumstances to serve with Ices at the \ I j QUAINT AND CURIOUS.In a
the cell and the chests, and considerJUig hint with intense earnestness. a youth without hope. I dinner table. For these !i

1 < the attendant circumstances any "My curse upon you for an unthiuk- I The kindness of my father was such I baked III small pans, nn ".. (\ I ( Mexico" the family of a dead duel- -

& one endowed' with common sense1 is lug/ aud cowardly wretch! This Is the as none but the parent of an only child heat Is wanted; never u ttt>"I ) I lut canlalm support from the person

bound I to conclude tbat the robbery second great Injustice I have sufferedat I: ion understand' In endeavoringto al them with a freshly built (' who shot him.

was committed as recently as four or your hands. May that moment be lerlate my distress he appeared to with 1Orl' from which the I I ._ y r

y 'fire. days ago." my: last when I put myself in a position forget his own. "This Is a great misfortune I largely died out; It should I' The Ainu w
"Positively: you astound me. Have for ;you to mete out.such! treatment "' ," he said "the greatest which i condition that It may be : I their faces to give t them the appearance

:yon examined :your servants and for a third time! Twenty :years has befallen me since your dear mother fly, and last through the ) ,; of men:: withIn whiskers,

Knight and Faulkner1 men?" ago by grace of a miscalculating, self- died; but we must try to forget it. 1 ; out' being replenished. In '

t My(father shrugged his shoulders fceeklng bind you married the girl care nothing for the loss of the moneyI I these little cakes, do not the course eta murder trial at lr
s
a, and smiled grimly "There would be whose love I had won-who had soUemnly would It bad been sank In the tea: I juice It a light cake in I Cape Town recently the <''defendant an .

r .no use In that." be said grimly pledged herself to me. Yes, or' that the Turks had had It-but I I acid In lelllolJltlce sets !I aged Malay trader, admitted that he i

"I:think there would be very great yen married her knowing that I washer ,ileplore my brother's conduct, more j jt dioxide In a large measure, had 27 wives

use In It. and that It ought to hare been choice, and< that her father com f specially as be has won your goodwill I tact with the soda in tIle -

done before. Really, yon astound me. pelled her'to become your wife on account and I bad hoped and believed that der. It Is best to restrict In the schools of Itheninh. Prussia, a j'

(Tell {fine the Whole of the circumstances .of your, broad acres. I complained good would come of It." cakes In which a close change of stockings; and chops Is provided v

; as briefly and 'clearly: as you not then to ypu, but went forth After a space Diy father resumed: i sirable. 'Bear In mind! also for the use In school of children )(

;'can. jAt present I am not at all satisfied Into the world trusting not vainly to "When ;you feel disposed! to hear the I In which the yolks of eggs who arrive with wet feet.
e .
with the matter" Nemesis to avenge tbe wrong I had story I will relate all the : quire less heat tbnii cAkes I !:

r )1 f And f I ,still less so.. Ernest tell sustained. The sweetheart of my boyhood stances of your uncle's c1r.um'l the whites of eggs ns!! tbe ; The wives of Siamese mihlrmpii have ::

70ur uncle all :you know about It." and was not ;your wife for long; and paused, as If unable to find the are so rich In fat they brrn- : tHelr hair cut In pompq!i t sUTe.t It Is

;with these word my father rose from a* for your Suffolk acre, what of them ciso word he wanted-"act, or ( pre'j What to Ent. I I usually about one anjralhoJflnrhca in 4
length and
slicks
Abe couch on which we were all three now? They will scarce support the shall, If he recovers suiSdeutly! to Meat softie may serve us (' straight like tbe S
i hairs In .
sitting and walked;'through the open slave who plow them. Yes, Nemesis so; he was an eyewitness; of the-the : resistance of the IUll heln. I I a blacKlng brush.

a rwlndow to the veranda., avenged your Scat Injustice to me, and act But I have grave fears the old'' a rule, this aud similar I .
The
A 'f ,With a, fluttering; heart I begun my she will avenge your second. I had man will die, and even Dr Tburlow' well seasoned, one meat Is ,) I of the most black expensive Cox fur Is that of the r

task-describing the* manner] In J(which outlived almost the memory of tbat admits such an event Is not Improbable rood as another for a I skin of which, of Kamschatlia! the
"t1' had found 'and''appropriated Roger great wrong and returned to you after ; he Is 'an old man, and These troublesare less chicken Is used. The odds I a when dressed become ;

a 'Jrueman's Record (which I.read. to twenty: year, rich and Influential pre- more than he can bear It of the roast, or of steak or : I a Is very worth attractive as much blue A single.'_ skin!

:yt Dim In. fuU,..having provided myself: pared to benefit :you and :your son in panned him keenly to show what hf even soup meat, should be / as $1000.

,;wltn the volume for that purpose), and my: way: I could and now, forsooth did against my brother, for he was the meat chopper with a a I Ohio has '
.
1\\ ,wlth my: subsequent-proceedings' My 10 a half-hearted, cowardly manner much attached to Sam an '. 'bo;, and two of boated ham, one of ; ( new Injunction.rome to the front with a t'
I It
'ft, .uacle listened with deed attention only: and without, any sort of evidence you often Inquired of him after he had"gon and one or two of bologna man to was granted to a

't! .occasionally: diverting his'"eyes: from accuse me of hiving robbed'- you of a away to America. Tbe lust can be obtained from I: on a strike prevent and his wife from going ,1

!''t i r.i: me to] look 'at his brother, wbojras quarter of a million. of sequins! By the "I don't want to know any mor* butoher. If they cannot, be I all the houoework now be she has got to-do a'
or In
"' >)(:""t1eaatr': pacing up and down the powers that be. I' swear I never sawa about It BOW, and perhaps I never tle home-made sausage court contempt of ',

1 reranda... ,In this way a'a hour or more sequin my life, that I am not even shall," I replied as I rose from the slice of ham. the latter boiled

passed and I had completed my: story.: sure I am correct (Jn thinking it I.IL Is couch, picked up my letter and read minutes, will work I Dus8 ldorff -

,.. 'Thank, you.", said. ,acle Sam, and gold coinworth nine shlllirijs and It. It was from Constance Marsh and these with' the ineaj fine. death of an newspapers armleos announce the
I painter
r:... pressed his hand .'upon' his ,.forehead, fonrpence of British money;: but my ran as follow: mixture with salt, pepper Siepen! who became quite noted named
1yria| habit of 111I-.heo,: ,After No. De chopped parsley and It It i for his
thinking. apposition being correct, can :you -, Vere Gardens, genre pictures. He palntod h
\'' a few? moments ba started to him feet think I would make myself: a thief for Kensington W. April 22, 18- bread with a little onion Juice. \ left foot.. Many of his pictures with his 'R
crumbs to make are in.
and, walked to' the'wtWow. I'follow Ire hundred aDd .llxlT thousand dol- Dear Mr' Truemani-Many thanks England. !
a
;jq;him.. ':!tRotxrt. be cried, "come .1.1'11-1 who on manr.occa.louJlaye: for your kind letter. Pray accept) my: fie tity.;Is The usual proportion l {

.r.-r i{ t bare something.t say: to :you." profited more la on* deal, l made apology for having allowed It to remain of bread two cupful of meat to Mutual. .
crumbs To
':t vl father' entered the room.' ,. sight time a* much out of the Wabash unanswered for two day; but two Pum
meat and bread crumbs ln.M1"'Wlte la
.bas read ;:thai Record,to pool alone. 'Ho, I am not a thief or If new of your having met.with an accIdentTollbred of add smart 'Oman.DuffeyBbe an unusually H
,, white-Bailee- the
bpw. ba found It, and I.; waj.il, should not come to Suffolk : so closely: upon your
tir" eggs. Fold In the stlfUy Is. eh?
'.: has done and experienced in' to practice.my profession. It.* pea: departure.'that I' Bar* been .la doubt of the fill the Pufflklns-She
egg, buttered considers
It.. : ;I am'not convinced that BiWe'yoa may: lire to-be convinced of whether to.writo or,not for letter are half full of the mixture ; derful smart man; and, of me a won

: is hal'. .been recently' stolen. the cruel blander you have made butI troublesome things to any one who buttered crumb and babe must be a very smart course, she '

hare been stolen at all, care not' how'' that may be, for :you hi IlL I am so glad to learn from' your'\ oven. Serve ns soon a* : der to realize how smart woman I In on-
trcelve nothing Improbable already -dead to me. father' telegrams fhal accidentwas am.
are : Good-bye.: ; :your from the fire, or they wilt
...., ;''Uieorr .Things. :quite as Ernest: my boy. I am sorry: for' :you;' only: sligbt,and shall be'pleated white sauce 1* made of one. : ( The government of Peru will
ry day; But X bare tIs; a hard/ate to be tile son of such to see :you back London: again-for, milk and a tAblespoonful tee the construction gnat..*. 'Ii
of
You bare expressed a man.' but you' are not without' hope. of'Course jrou". will:.return, w'tb! jour. ,ter and flour. Salt and 1 the PaciSo to a navigable a railway from

.1 twice' this morning The a'Clf.' ", wise;;man.generally: lunClrTo added, to taste. tho Amazon 'I branch of

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Lcgeigd ot Bagdad ''Fbrbear'my'beloved! Thou know: : HOW AOIAN1 IRISCOMMUNICATE ""
.,. ., "'t;tabttmy ,thoughtand., thou carat ; 11" BACHELOR VIEW OF REAL"HAU'Y. DUKE,AND PEASANT '001I, .

..-..i .999999999.... not help me Look: far to the Ban: : ? !foe Ee..gh: : Ter ena to Mr ly'K*..p'el.t.sW I THEIR. WAYS UNEXCITED' ; )i'y_ .. n

r wb rulethe mighty Emperor *f 'reay. ' '-I. ' assass&iiesseiiaaiA ,ir4-l t' C .

ASSAN'STRIUMPH with the Franks the clash!-there of arm the land and the mound noire It."U'AUUU'" -beautiful.trie pestkduJ7" O*{b"omq k {Ul 1 i *> Fettflai. Spirit' Shown In, th.Pre.: Intercoure.Bstw.entheNo.bility *) '::1,, . '\. ..

of the combat, lionet stamp! Sword Why Flocks of Birds, DroTtftof .The Crusty Bachelor! knocked ,the and'' tht> Ala****....Simplicity'of" tho. ,Royal Family.

flash J Javelins fly: Joyously float ;- Beast' and School'* I ashes from his pipe and ;fastened to as 'They Drlvo la Str.ete'ofthi...C apltalw. j ''uAt:, w'i/A! tt' r-.e

999ft9f99999999999999By on the breeze the war cry of our ':r-. "of' Flah' Act With- ,qualify this..sweeping state mteat.' ', T; I pmT.ERSQ' nt7,; 1itu. I streets. 'and{Ioob- a, much lla._ : .

KURT MATULI J| her the e.r 'Allah 11 Allah Gold. 'gleame ,Common Impulse. "Beauty1,* laid towiniyjmetn'; abso:: .".Fronting! the'long. air man physically' and, mentally ttoan, file r '
crescent above the trampling'teed lately; ;different thing In different .
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I Ijg tttHt s+ Teat. SYtntetk; Palace-l.wpe- imperial '-brotherTil M'xititoet4.pasting .
.! There 1* might. and freedom persons: When't say Hbat-lt 1* a
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but here weakness and slavery! AlaI JOHN;, Bun 1\'omrali. first duty to ,be beautiful, IB .-of the- double eagle,scrolled member of the Cur'family' Ja not:
RIUOII' would I were therewith brother .IN THE ccmTwavEHTAIN MAGAZ'NE' It .ho\lld{ be her chief aim to b
to** ;); U"1" centre ot my mean > black on the red stone of the building what/common sport would,lead the
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c Bagdad, the capital of the ttattllng-and, sweeping' on.'to victory I >>_. __ __M as.ryr9s.arD good look'uponand; gaad.to- lookup6n 'and gilt on the fence of lron.ralllnp.- foreigner to expect here., SOn"th* toot,
n.. and only he that has for g .7.'YY 7Y77YY.Y YY.Yl In the. eight ofIntelllcent.,
fought
o mighty Oa11ph, fTcff In le Is a, crescent .of Governments'.omeea. walk there are. of course,: secret terr-'
Il.D gipndury:sore flowed'' hl..IUt ,.nd4.alned. his life through l- beauty-loving, clear-aeehg eye."That" 0 t
; ute things In Animal .th&ir, face 1 washed In dull ochre. and Ice men every few yard and all day
River Tigris. Victory, know what.It 1* to Jive! .Vic be continued, reaching tor.the'
'The dam-
They
alone'areabout
life"lead me to suspect almost a* silent a* .the;}ellow palace to count.tthe'movement
,
cling: raIl of the evening sun *clntllilating tory I Ah lt.lt victory that' mokesis that animals have tobacco jar and proceeding to Ittelf. It t*-troM'one.pf these""office* ,,of which some my think I.'A.

llko'dlamonds of a thousand col- tree,:and'enable* us 'to live out ourlive. : : some meant ot commtinl-- transfer a. bit of Its golden brown that,Russia preparing her land campaign nobody speaks, 'and In plain truth the .y .

'ore, played upon the rlpples...ojL..tb( In proud happiness, at peace with cation with one another content to the bowl of his pipe,."that, In the*Fu East, Czars nliy. the French, President )

rapid flowing ;water. Thick rosebushes ourselves! and the world! Give me but especially .the gregariout I need, not say, disqualifies .the peach Nobody goer out of hi* way'to: 'Ilk moves among 'the public" with more' ..

: hung over the 'river'* banks, one victory-one victory-and I shall animals,, that !It quite Independent (Of blonde. the ,too obviously pink-cheeked at the door, General .in light gray display ot his high o1 ice than the Cur: ,
be content! .In short, the mad,-up beauty.\ A '
''scattering myriads of leaves upon the ... Unit what, we mean by language. It Is delect fur-llned cloak pass In ji&.out of the doe her. .
'And thou cletr-seelng.* artificiality
.
(wavelets. Ramping in elfish,g.lee'the A..s.nt" truly gnlued no victory like 'an interchange or blending sat onceandBabr': fialebedthe'Crusty: -' e.d<1aarteB Of I the General Staff;; So It 1* through governing lon eKouropatthj *.- ,
.
(Water spritechased the green Intruder uniformed meeeengers fetch and ; take morning ,
the, subconscious states,: and maybe analogous Bachelor contemptuously giving final' carry walking } -
and their laughter was-,hke the Wistfully maiden )Booked at her human 'And bureaucrat "chenovnik'they'' exercise: With one aide-de-camp on- the' t .
to telepathy i beings land '
among '
lover but hcrtender deft pat .to. his tobacco viciouslyslriklnga "
music of countless silver bell. meaning he understood call' the1' enormously .Ipllleaot'element Sevtkl and "tW'u.
Observe what a unit a flock of match n. "drew a 'few! ,, them,, ,.' nobody: "to look ,
On the broad marble terrace leading not," and, be answered birds becomes when performing theIr .In this 'city-: ( 'their;"al' twice. When another General on the r 5M.
and
"No gentle puffs continued'more mildly
;
.
|from' the city down 'to-the- water' ; none evolutions in the air. They are not with precise *tep"*"'. and pureed Up*. Imperial staff yesterday afternoon
And 1 it "A woman who 1* not good can never '
lodge the -do I keep thee from-thy '
people of Bngdad sat luxur- clad In came out'of
black tight-buttoned.coat; and the heedqual1er-a bureau,
but and
> victory?" many -one, turning, flashing be pleasant to look upon. Those grace.
.+R. latins,: in tho evening's cool after the '"Ye in-the sun with a unity and a precision of mind and soul, which waken woman clasped to( their' ldeMbe Inevitable wrapped in a thousand ruble for '
_pt glow of the day.: Softly upon their my-ilovcd. that it would be hard to Imitate. One leather portfolio., But the million or cloak be found )himself.up against two
For good alsomake. her.beautifuL It 1* pot '
j bears felltbo Daughter of the water a few minute alienee. Then may see a 'flock of shore birds that behave the woman with faultless, form, and .two' civilian' who .make'.their, Irvinghero'take plain clothe: porters, each clasping! the
,,
mingled with the strain of dulcet mu- tho tear-choked'voice,of the' maiden. 'a. heed of It at all., handle of a big basketful" book
one body now they turn to po
; ; feature alone who satisfies the
,sic Croiu. secret trysting: place amid will"I send will hold thee not. O 'As anl! I the sun a sheet of silver; then, as their thoughtful.,' fibs mart also ban eyevcf a.:> Fifteen degrees* below zerotj- notconduciveIt and old paper, poising from'on door
;the rosa bushes-songs df love and thee to the happiness with dark back are presented to( the beholder of .expression and gentleness ( 1* true to 'the comfort of to the other They Jostled on unwind
grace *
iiwrging sung to the accompaniment of a thousand blessing and' good they almost Disappear against the' of manner revealing beauty of charac V'standing' crowd 'but' the ,..occupant* tai of,him, and .to pas*'be bad to step
wishes..
:jgnltar and lute. Across the river the shore or the cloud*/ It would seem sIf ter. And the woman'wbo possesses' cf the *cores-of. tlejghs which! skim' off the footwalk. Into the deeper snow,
mighty/ cattle of the Caliph reared Impatiently the son of the Caliph they all shared in a communal mindor this scrods the sunlit snow of this Govern, In Washington or London'they''
Innate beauty: be outwardly
may
- 'above. the water It* great marble shrugged hi*, shoulder" spirit and that: what OLe felt they lovely though her features are inregu- meat crescent, proceed If the great would surely have got: out of the wara t, .
wall gleaming like the plumage of a "I know I know! all felt at the same Instant affair ,preparing *o. near them"were a matter of course In Berlin they
lar and her form not ideaL 1
proud white swan. Like the sighing pf'tbe night breeee somebody else' business 'SO would as gone
". : ItIt at wurelyjbtve to prison _
In Jamaica Ijmany times.Tmw.large "I she be but be '.
why .
say
may ..
In
At one end ot the castle a projecting maiden the forest wo the voice of the schools of mullets fretting'and went on Impressively, ."I le she not? Because the central' telelrTaph office. Last for a month If they did not move; i'

tower roar, strong and massive, from in her anguish: breaking the surface of the water with she spoils herself. Because she ,night; when the allotted tabloid ,of Here the General stepped aside merely

out a llttln garden On/tbe battlement - .r'RUdel what seemed to be the tIp. of their neglect herself.: Because she Ie I utterly otlicU intdrmatfon'w'ts' served out to because thy were 'carrying a basket ,
blooming rose, bushes crowned the broke in the voice of Assan: tails; a Urge area would.be agitated careless 'end Indifferent to the a hungering,world,, there, wa apparently load and he wo not. : ,
tower with a floral helmet, and, creep! "So long are my eyes see thee; so and rippled by the backs) or tails of duty*of making hercelf attractive" .no' appetite.; .)The typewritten' With all the alternation of Indlffcrence *-

lug downward, clothed It In a gown of long at my; arm enfold thee; so long a host of fishes. Then suddenly, Here he laid his pipe down, and forgot - telegram was'pinned in It* gins case and unbelief sad: peculation, in,

royal purple. Among tho branches as my lips caress thine; to long a* my while you looked, there would be one It, says the Philadelphia"Bulletin."Because without any- urging crowd.. to' 'devour y abstract idea t-which 1* the hobby of

there sounded .a nightingale' languishing word flnd an echo within thy heart splash and every fish would dive. It a woman Is good, let her Jt* content. Messenger from-the 1 local the poor student .clan no reeldent',11j \11
"Bul-'bnl-tee-tee-tee-tecre-e." so long. 0 Marghyla! am I held from newtpapertcopied.it, 'and tb.' foreign from the outer world could.. ."Holy
was a-inultltnde;. again acting as one not suppose the world forgive her'for !$ i i Via:'
At the window tbe going forth to my victory. And yet correspondents their ; Bussla. a misnomer, \TlrbaUen
Atsan favorite got ;translators ,
body. Hundreds, thousands Clt tails wearing clothe that do( not fit her Because ? '
con of the Caliph stood listening to the within me the hot blood surges and slapped the water at the came Instant she thinks let her not Imagine to Interpret. ,Its*weird'SIaTobie the'.'passport collecting' and cnttom MM
voices of within me there are struggles, fights, character. It. .. examination" ,
the evening, deep In thought. and were gone. the will! excused for a careless ill- not that Buatlan depot a hundred yard
Upon the bosom of the river be saw battles; and [ long, ob! I long to stand When the passenger pigeons were groomed coiffure. No woman'OD earth, people-Are Indifferent 'what 1* gout'? Inside Russia- from the German 'fron

drifting wreath of flower and as a milD among meal! By Allah! I numbered by millions I the enormous has an Intellect so gigantic or a character (on,,but rather that. Immemorial':;esperlence tier the first feature of the baggageQ$-

branches of' olive and myrtle-nlabt will gain what! I wish! I will not live clams used to migrate from one part go heavenly that she may neglect : bat taught them that official Informatloa' Inspection, hall 1. a great. Ikon With

gifts to the rver from Bagdad's, beau as a pleasure-bound slave! I hate of the continent to another. I. saw her personal appearance without li something prepared' for candle ;;burning before it. tot'on the

tlfnl 1\'ollwlI--nll\'ht gifts that slend r myself In these chains that keep me the! last flight up the Hudson ;River bringing down on her bead the righteous their consumption and they hay" wall with ,Its .back to 'the western
dandi hsd from my victory! Ob! I hate myself world and. fir face'to'
cast the grown cynical Holy Russia.
upon water, and valley In the spring of 1870. All day disapproval of every man condemned ,
[wistful '1'1'11 hnd watched us they i iWith they streamed across the sky.! Onepurpose to look upon her.: A cultivated When the great fighting '1* on 'they Another surmounts the' lamp*pott In

glided 0:1 ward, attended by the bestow folded arms, the son of the eeeiued to every mind and a charitable heart are rare may strike each other ..awake and. become the middle of the ttation. j

CTS' ppHU-mn! thn't tho lordly Tigris Caliph G'HZI'II down upon the Tigris, I hock and every bird. It animate was as If all and praiseworthy possessions ; and vigilant toknow, what 1* going So It I* here The site of tbe'XuaIL'

;would be. plonsed to grant them tha and saw not that Into his beloved'. I had orders to move to the same point blessed Is that female who posssesse on. Today they are Jogging along the Cathedral in the Nevtkl Prospekt about j j

for which their hearts! most longed. cyos pearls same gleaming-pear)* The! pigeons came only when there them. But they In no wine excuse-her accustomed track and the writer who correspond. to Grace Church la Broadway -"

AII nIl) k"C'1filII, well all (hone prayerful more pre<.>lrltJlI than precious stones. I was bel'cbnuilit In the woods. How' from making the most of ber personal says otherwise i I. one with'the scores ...it t.ce'.Jla the main' atreet at a,

wishes I gliding carelessly ui>on Fie saw only himself in battle, rushing did !they know we. had had a beechnut appearance." of correspondent who have com to thronged shopping quarter.' Droschke''' ; Raoaen

the water( tlntvu to meet the ocean ,: on to victory against the enemy Yl'nr1 It Is true that a few sting Tho Crusty Bachelor picked op fife. this country determined to make their driver crawl to slid fro past it for' a't'\' <

'And he "Ibl'Inuabf'd" : ; -no loudly( and her: words he beard not: glliitt bands were usually seen tomedays pipe. It had gone out. lie relighted It l'ead.r..1Ie.h creep-when they get their fare.J,''.nd each one .11*'.he passe*.doC.:;
tliat "rnrewell, 0 Assan! Go thou to book published and who have deliberately his fur' and -hlno
the- elf
ii'iclitliignlc:; In the tendrilsof In advance of the blue myriads; and puffed himself Into a more peace- cap crosses energetically
.
right against: the Knnklsb: Emperor! set out to produce the effect ;from his brow hie,
the roves censed In afrlght her I' were these the scoots, and did they return ful state of mind. ito waiat: ,
:Huai<'. .\t the! sudden BtUlnelft AnnanrfrwKprt I shall "prepare the way for thy first with the news of tile beecli-iixitsl' "No woman has a right to bar ugly." they know would tell even though lie may.pat a tcor :'of time a Jay,

- ( his Innchtpr' : and addressed victory. If BO, bow did they communicate the murmured he as he watched the tiny they failed to find any, ;, material to justify but be salutes the cathedral every '
tIll liNixlMe --KoftIy. softly the stole from the, them. time. The driver who, has ftr '
songster: I intelligence and set the whole mighty rings of smoke curling celUngward.wart.1 a coav
"Thnn art client, my tweet one!I room and with her went the last rays army in motion? 5 In the street life of-'St. Petersburg riders'presumably, that work' 'ar* a*, '

Thou canyt not understand that tlin of the dying sun. All the sparkling 'I .,". Men of 8ro/r;, the dominant note 1* tlll the patria good a*' faith for-be. often omit the
wishes that go with the wreaths and diamonds of the river's ripples were "A COMMUNITY\ OF )[[ND." 'Among the most powerful men In chal. Sleigh driver and.Grand Duke observance that,be would keep If"he

branches'' there upon the water. are gone, and over tbe land fell tho dark Tho migrations among .the four' Russia la foreign aa well at In domestic they are all a family.* Two omeen go were 1- not earning money Foot ,passengers a

.
"1'0 make: tilavcs of freemen A4- still, over Bagdad. Xot a barge upon over a large part .of the country of the Interior: When promoted to They laugh and: Joke together; ,the are the big simple bearded men; Nit

ean1" V the bosom: of the river. Tbe people among the rats: tbe gray squirrels tbertfndeer his present omce be was bead of th e driver sec an'openlng, and join in the that you would call "bayaeed.? ,

I' ,:[ tarns the allvery-volce of a naldcn k were gone from the ierracet. Lonely of the.north.:..seem to be of a Police Department i I To him perhaps talk and all three set to" laughing. He This .'.display ot religion feeling '1*

'that UiMiMiIy and "a ntJ"*'C"Cboed the through the darkness came tbe nljht- similar_character. ,How does every individual I more than to any other member ot,the will do the same It be 1C: driving great the real thing; it I I. no mcfceremonial, tyrsIr

} rword of vtho son ot tae Caliph.' And I ingale'.IangufAhing,' = "-,5"Bul* .-tee-tee-- { come to share in'th@commopurpose n, Imperial 'Council Is credited the stead ladle of the ruling houses and nobody attached to an ethical code of conduct; SIt +

r, : while she )'I'tVa.. speaking two arena, tee... -teere-**, ? An army of men attempting lnegn with which Nicholas II. has pur' dream of resenting It; Feudalism, Is blind unshakable faith-yori may
Jender''and'"prace'fui' ;. were 'entwined I Yetlongstond.Adsan in the high- Jo move without leaders'and wltbouftt sued the greater.ltuesfan policy which with Its Inexpressible.freemasonry.: It I call It Idolatry or any otber wordtfor 1

.bout: his! neck. .. arched window,- darkly gazing over written or spoken language becomes a: ties forced the present.war after having behind it all The owner of great et- the Yorablp of graven images& _but H '

"Heart's light! Thou star of flag, the water, on which floated the sU.ery;, disorganized mob.c: Not ep the animal. raised the eagles of the Czar over' totes would a* soon think of "cuttln ha.hold of humbler Ruala, and, M.-.; ,
dal1)! : Marxhyla! And Asian joy ribbon of lie rising/ moon. Suddenly; There scowl to be a cpmmunlty of Finland. Rightly or( 'wrongly De the greetings of a humble moujik a* ;Pobedbnoiueff. procurator of Ute ftoty,

ously caught! In !hJK strong arms tbe from tbe little/ garden'at the foot of I mind among them in a tense that there- lehwe ban been charged with havingbeen centuries ago a feudal baron would reject Synod 1* tar director her*. Thl haterof -

;youthful partner of bill the tower, he heard a voice gently call : is not among men. The pressure of the agent who Instigated the fear the conversation ot a retainer modernity ha-tberight ort of ma-'

"Yes, 1Ie 1 I, my Assan bosonv Rose' twothee. lug: "All"".. ",, 0 Assanl"< .5 I great danger seems to develop in a de ful'massacre at ICtEhinef: He was Rather the other way; for the patrician tonal for,hi* incessant f&und.ot ritual

'I bring as a gift for our lordly) The voice was" mingled with 1henightingale's gre this community of mind and feel; prompt to deny, however, that either element here count It good formto to the exclusion of anything approachIng -'

Tlgrls. SP! the dark red one Is for )'fftl'e.tt'e-tl" reeo."I ing among men. Under strong excite his imperial master or himself gave show a genial fellowship with' It* iclence In 'the. manumitted nest '

you. and the willie, one-is for me. Far out of the-window tanned went we revert more or less to the ant-: the nod of permission) for the tlaugb, coachmen There-.Is a rather terrible Character and It permeate. ninety': per ,
And see' together I bavo'bound the and saw hIs beloved :MarRhyla. > mal state and are ruled by instinct '. ter. aide to tills sort of thing. Three able- cent. of the population. I
m .1'
In her white silken '
iwlth a hnud of silk. To the waters I drnperlew, ztand'i It may be well that tell'pathtbqJlower bodied men will turn up at anym oThe forefather'ofRussia', .'million(
lug close to tIle brink of the "nreak'." .( tli. E.nhtsl meat to wandered westward'from: the bank
hall throw 1 them to project one's mental or emotionnl do some trifling service to a
my Assan-our offering "'''hy dlsturbest l thou me?" cried 'i iAssan. Male! tu:!. i'a In -women's echholand r'man of tbe Hindoo
in JCoosh; few
to the mighty river that our state so as to Impress a frlenO at a hotel or a I'o.taurantWhere :: a centnrjle1later .
'
I' at distance U which colleges have a hard time but ( would suffice than the people who"nYe ',
----iwiah( be brought to fulfilment. a a power we one or more in an. sow ,
.' "Our may ulahl" murmured of "8t>e! Assnn," called bnet, his be- !, have carried over from our' remote animal when one happens! be bashful life Is other -country. They all expect tip. mostly ranged, (\n"the aideof their '' .
tbe son loved; "the chains of the slqvc are tote made miserable for him. Members ofa and from countrymen present foe. And the critics do..
their
the Caliph, and his voice th j ancestors. However this may be?, they get : might
was as
sound of Klghlng. thee broken! Go "thou now and bo 'jt Is certain that the sensitiveness at.. certain. class !n 0110 of the higher Institutions them. It really seems the old Idea of well to think themselves bark over,.

*. Questioningly !then looked Marghyla happy!" birds and quadrupeds to the condition i for the education of-women scattering largess among the populaceat these few centuries, if they,,are'to nn, ;
Into the1.8 of her beloved. Slowly I her arms stretched toward of one another, their sense of a common here are still laughing over two. mistakes large aa a tribute to one' own lord derstand many of-the Idea that obtain

"Knt A \ stood him. Marghyla fell back Into'the wa- danger, 'of food supplies, of the recently made by their )'outbfulInstructor liness. The more,a man of the nobleman In Russia t -dft1.-From a Staff-Corr.,
sun n ns a statue, and bis
al1en'n.. full of ter.Like direction .of home under all! circumstances : On his way to recitation east looks at if he could not afford spondenfcf the.New ,York Sun.;
portent."Bind a statue of marble stood( As nan. a one day he accldentalry-ssfrepped on a It the he insist ,
point to the poHsettlon' more on banding out . .
; "but thy bind 1'(1111'1'them! at fact last with cried Asan But, uow that be sow his beloved I' power" which Is only rudimentary to us. girl's "skirt. He made an effort to saj tip to show his station ,even If behave why 11'_....-... Ar Able' to .!.*. i
"
an Iron drifting savoy on the flood of the river "Pardon me; but. Instead blurted out t Stammering "a
depend
Chain chnln Some observers explain these things to go hungry at home. ; on want ot
-or of '{old. If tbo metal be "Promise "
henvy! Thy, silken baud Is far too toward the-"Ca..tle .of Eternal Forgetful on tbe theory; that th..1I cks of birds me By this process about 20,000) )( highly I harmony.between the action of the, '
fragile!" ness, the demon's': bonds about. hit :have leaders and that their surprising But worse came one day; Just as the skllJed'loafers are doing very well In mucle (chiefly abdominal). which'expel , ,

"No!' light of heart were loosened. evolutions are guided by calls or slgtials teacher was dismissing his class. He St. Petersburg to-day. There 1* one air through the larynx aad that oft ,
mytoul. said Marc- wanted to talk with of the
hylat "neither "MnrphylnJ", cried Assan. from these lenders, too quick or ( one !girl ,who keep an eye on coat and bat *1 1a the mnsclet which guard the orlflct.by: 'I'.
; by golden chain nor about her work and this the "
Iron bands shall In a fright the nightingale cried ante too fine for our eyes or ears to catch. was request hotel near here who own street of which It etctpei.,'with lilt of those
love, true lovo, b he made
bound. A Lightly the lover sprang through the I suppose they would explain the : teal estate In the suburb, and take which modulate the sound to the form ,
of glance. of an eye, a touch window and clambered swiftly down I movements of schools of fish and the "Miss Blank, may I hold you for a his wife and family every summer to or..- eecb.-: Over either or the group

hall-a bnnil.bind love a breath forever of and a klill-ttlat for the rose bushes till he stood at thee I simultaneous) movements of a large while... after class?" Trouvllle for the season.. In mOlt directions ot muscle by Itself stammerer may f4 ':

My t hrl'nlof\ Bilk, 0 Assan!-so thin ay brink of the river. Into _the wnter number of wild animals on the same A Jofc on floors'. the proletarian Russian who have'are .much power aother pe )t..
plunged the son of the Caliph. A 4es- theory. I can not accept thl explana. live in this capital display a genuine but he,,.cannoCbarmoDioasly arrange,
_... )It Is, It Is like n ibweb-I. to me only When' Hoke Smith was Secretary ot
as a-symboL" - -". --_ peseta IItrJ1&gleVas his. But he ,*ion. It Is harder for me to believe the Interior he was especially generous aversion to systematic work of the artisan their conjoint action. Nervousness 1* ; ..
Saying which the maiden stretched brought hi* beloved. to safety Under' {that a flock of birds has fl code of calls to Georgians in the matter of department klnd The little sons ot poor parents a frequent canes of ttammcrlng. It I 11:
her white hands out the window the rosebushes in the little garden As tor I slgunls-for alt Its "e011ltlonuowi'1sbt clnk.blpc.---Jt/. generally nurse the ambition to be. some possible that the J defect 1a come:In-1 fi'
far san laid down his burden and as thee DOW left now mount day dI'oacl1ke"drlver. Ae there stance mayresult from malformation) c
and let the rose slowly drop Into lb now swoop conceded that around the Patent, Pension .. ._. are
river. Then ( maiden opened her eyes and looked up which each individual understandson and Land Office one could not '"over 18,000 of theleworUlle.Ucen.ed of the.; part.about l ,,tb._boct of the 1st ''
s' her beloved: once more she spoke to Into late. she saw theta shining/ lit rictort'she ' the Instant, or that the hINt. of wild throw a stick without hitting a in St. Petersburg it'Is a'considerable month: The, fact that stammering' { *"

"Assan 0 Assnr. heard his ettotlc' "Thou!" pigeons had their captains-and 'signals, Georgian Senator Voorbees of Indiana ! calling. people are .ble'.to:.ink 'their' words
loved *
my "
one
What has kept thee thrH last three But Marghyla; turned from him, saying that to believe that out of the dockIng had been trying to place one or If-1il governmental system malteJIblm better than to speak them bar been '

days from the : Instinct there has grown some other Instinct two booster' constituents, but had the moat absolute head 'of a StateIn usually: ,,explained;on", the 'mpposltlon > .
with, me as was&:garden there to talk "Why sp.ved thou me, 0 Assn.i?" or faculty, less understood but failed. One day the Senator came Christendom, the Cur l /.\peron- that in tmgtng the'ciotti.* '1a I kept'oprn'r; t "

heat thou secluded once'thy habit? Why With 'bis strong arms he lifted her equally) potent, that puts all tbe members along whistling "Marching- Through I: ally the least assuming monarch Imaginable. .-0.that there 1 la lei liability to' pt> < ... "!

tower?" thyself here In tbe gently and gathered. her to his bosom; cf a flock in such-complete rap Georgia" and keeping step to the tone i Ills children drive in a pat:- medic action.:=: Boston Transcript, -% j"j jMr

and earnestly he made answer port with one another tha, _the purpose "What are yon doing that for" asked' horse open carriage down the Non ki i
formed Over the brow of Assan furrow "In saving thee, I have saved my and the desire of one become the purpose Hoke Smith "Just can't help It," said (with their governess about; 8 o'clock by t.. BM Btor ''H..n: taj.,

and deepened Gently the self. Thou hast.made me see that in and the desire of all.! Ther -I. Senator Voorhees. "This Is Just like every afternoon. Coachman,and footman 4 :'An Irish apiarist give anoi l Idea t
maiden stroked( hit forehead.'as; If swould.eitoath he thee have I triumphed. Instead of nothing In this state of things analogs marching through Georgia to come wear no livery merel.rthe black la .the following.utterancei "W know ;

out the wrinkle, chains, thou hast given me freedom to a military organization.' Tbe rely- through your department." He gel bat .n
-' "I* It not well" ''with thee. my Assan Blind i'wa*, bit cleared myvtoionv tion among the members of the flock Is the appointments that day citizen'1 equipage.,, The Czar* retain their vitality;In honey'for tome, "

"It Is not bs1..answered! "and none Love Is a victory; from self It frees rather that of creatures sharing spontaneously' 'b1other"wlth' her lady in waiting were time;" but ,Just, how long'_," do, 'not '" ."' .1

can bound: help" me. Thou sayest 'lovo is n,. I(-ralscth ,us above: all Irrijiiiltea : HTe same Bubcousclous or' ca.: ._ Ball a_.._ driving yesterday in -a pair-borM know/ That. the, pores otBaclllu tne- {".If'.

ters stronger by the breath of a kiss Ju fet of cull 1Ia1-gh1Iaf'-New! York Post psychic state, and acted upon by; the la a cheese! market of Holland one sleigh not distinguishable fn/nT any enterlcu will' .germinate. after being'\, \

that thAn iron chains. Ah! same hidden Influence, in away and to sees great piles of spherical objects' other good turn-out but for the great steeped In honey ,for over a, year I +

, me:"is why 0 :Marghyla! no ears help w..htue Smoke a degree that never occur among men. resembling cannon ball.; The men bearded Cossackstanding guard'behind have very great doubt," and It 'fewyearn' > ..

"No on.f' Some London hotels bow use an ap The faculty' or power''byi: which anj-) working'about them, how&yer. are-not them. And the Dowager Cal r- : ...Immersion; In
":\0 paratus which washes! the. smoke a* it mall find their way bonie over ,or artillery officers, as might be supposed, Ina, by- the habit, of the country; and honey 1* fatal to them we bare a Clew ,
onel! By the beard of the passes through the chimney and save across long: stretches of .country It i but prosaic cheese merchants busy 'the code of the 'Greek,. Orthodox: to the reason why bee atoret and face

Prophet'! were it not for thee all the the coot and tarry matter which can quite as mysterious'and Incomprehensible with their-wares. Tbe cheese la round Church come before,the Csarlaa In In tore.large quantities bouejr, II\

word* Of,th*"Caliph could not bindmecould ey' b ,.used again a* fuel or. for other par to us at tb*''tplrlt of the,flock to I ed Into great balls for convenience In every fops of:\lafiuenceaad'precdance ;,,! .. the'microbe causing foulbroodconjdbe. ..,: .i '

'' not'bold me!" poses. The apparatus at the newt; time which I refer. A hire of bees evidently i handling and to..loCabout or piled la ., i .'exterminated,' theree, would, be..*.' '

a . .D4'IlIoldtbe, *? ..Oh| A*"I1. t tell aids the draught! and prevent a down I 'bur a collective"purpose and planthat I triangular heaps: exactly like the. decdly ;,, (. rThehCs CsarewIch{ constantly j : el' hi* bee-keaplog.; the.bee.. would aot.terf': :,'l.

., draught. It 1* run by a mall dynamo., does.got emanate from: JJJ 'single_ .I monition of. year .' Crlvite, drosebke'' Unattended' on btu ', honey enough to make !tan obfct/i I i : "
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'T HON. R. ''W DAVIS. i . ;. -. : -BA9S.. MANAasN.Sr .
rt ., 4 -- TIME ... -
of
of the People Florida. .. TIIOAMR
IF S rr>ict n..4 "ra- .. Broadway'Opposite Postottcc e. .
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.u.CALU AMwaase. .
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Ie, Explains: Load Matter. 1'......._ ...._ 33. .i $: tBS .mmee: : lQrld&? I

OrHe'PYei.t37. "
He Easily. Carries Thirty-one of KI44IJ04EK.IXA.PA. : .* r
,( with'a'fu11 equipment of new Bug2 .
Straightforward and Positive Now open for business, ;
the Forty-five Counties.Ti VANS 'AGNEW., pies" Carriages and Surreys, Stylsb (yet sate) Horses and Dri-

Declaration "Our ,BOb" Your solicited. It will be our pleasure to please'oat
Vera patronage .
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ATTOH&HY AT LAw.. .... ; e
rt The race for, the Governorship of I ,) T.. ''v I I AND NOTARV 'PUBLIC |1'-!I \patrons...Give- us- .a. &ull. ' i 1t

'Florid-c.beCODd primer i* lobe KJ5S1Ml\UE./FLA. .7 one 10:2.:
stun' by Mr. N. B. Broward Mid nip -
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i, self. I will greaijy appreciate. your TR. J. W. SIMPSON
'+ and i --- --- -
ijriendftaJp support. iI
g Prior.. the last primary Mr. Brown, I DENTIST.' _- E'i M E :k1

w ; ard''spread broadcast over the Slate I Offi-i over. Odc-o1a Phsrinacy.
I
'tonsofnL.leadlagllterature. at great l 9 .. m. to l% m.I '
personal expense directed largely atm OrFlCR IIOURS: r 1.30 to 3:10'p. m. MAYNARD, LUMBER Co. '
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and I am free to ownfe*.. that f Telephone. ';6. Jun 5, lyr.
probably........ It too lightly, because I iI I
t t I could not belfave it would betaken DR. A. B. STEVENS. :
Saw and Mills
Planing !
serious/. i ....DKNTIST.... ,'
Phase erred as a member of the .

JLegUIatureraod h aye been In Congress i Ga Administered. .- Now in operation. Complete House Bill* Furnished.
r r ,nearly eljrhl rear. Since I bare been I Office Hour.: j ll.3 o *- ". to ., ...and Yellow and Pitch Pine- Timber .and Lumber of .all Kind
I ra P. r.ORLAND1. s
'a member of I hare voted 1.30 5..10 ..
Congress I
t' t OD every proposition contained in the . FLORIDA ORDERS:: FJLLED:: :PROr.4.J"Jr.: :. : ;; r
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Democratic platform. I had challenged WlLLSON JR. .. MAYNARD LUMBER Co.mmimnmjmmmmmmtmijmmmnwmmmimmg.
jaj competitor to the race to I 'J.M.f ..

r ;point.out Oe logic rote of mine ur S J NOTARY Pui.uic... l r :{1 :! .. .

b; to refer-to any one angle( act or utterance Real -- -- -

of wine that showed me to be I I KISStMMEE. + > ;p
FLORIDA.J.
Untrue to the trust reposed In me. I
NORTH KISSIMMEB.fancy PHONS: N. B'
No effort was made to do this. Mr. j -.

4. Broward brought out bis "map" **,.1 J E '
lag tout I was controlled by corpora-j W. THOMPSON, C. W. GRIFFIN I t i
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floes and would use my iaflueuce to -
Funeral Director and Em-
4 tarn over to the railroads the public I

lands and public monies of the State. ,
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(. J balmer. Groceries
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family
t I supposed it would be apparent to I 4

all that this inlnuaU was 'made I K1e81mmee, x'19.. ,

:-k .!solely for campaign purposes. jI j .. . I =
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want to say. to yon now that I am '- '". I -- 1 FRESH: i EA TS i ,
'In DO way either directly or indirectly I 6I I ..***.**..****.*..**..*.*.. _

onnected: with any railroad nor am I' .. -
: T. M. MURPHY -
t.1 ,'u cder the least I : : Delivery day, at hour solicited.IULUUUUUIIU1UUIIUIllltLUUUtlllUtlltULLLIUUUUtl1LUi.
obligation to any. I i iI iI every any ; patronage 3
If I am Elected Governor ar I ex3 I I .
ect to be,,and thereby become Memo 1 II II I : Justice of the Peace. Nota- : '

",8 b"r of the Board of Trustees shall I I .. : ry Public State at Lure J -- - -- - - -
<1 :J>ot vote to convey away to railroads M + -

the public land or public funds nor I 0: O
o' .111 1 permit the same to be done so The result of the Senatorial primary as officially! announced by the State :
tara.1an control KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA + R.
BUTLER
Committee a* follows : j -E E
Tbe.e land are in litigation In suit For Tali.ferro SJ.22::!: .._......... I Ir

ctrl ... 'brought' by the railroad against theY For Stockton. 12,.1 0Ns0.se aeeia41f.ii4. r A A
*. Trustees, and a* a member of that For.JeollmJt". . .. . . .. 9,245 .I
AL.ES. WINES. BRANDIES
For Call 1. \'
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G
Hoard I should voice
never give my : PARK HOTEL : G
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or vote to ".11.beio. unless forced ."" o' v*"ic". ''D.
Total
43.Wti WHISKIES
By the courts of last resort to do so. Necessary majority . '. . . 22,701Tails & : j. m. CAFDPE : L ..O .,'O..us,4J.. s L

1 I make--thi* emphatic statement ferro l lacked 482 ; PIIOrwIEtOIL .
Stockton lacked: 11,1133 : E E
4; inerely that&I nay not be mUunder- CIGARS AND TOBACCOSAnheuserBusch
stood because of misrepresentation. Senator Taliferrwk had majorities o'er the combined vote of all of his .: Rates: $1 Per Day. :; a

in viz Bradford Dade. DeSolo, Duval Ej- .
gentlemen opponent neveatevn! counties : '
.The same wbo are serving'on cambia Franklin Hillsboro. Jackson. Manatee, Nassau, Orange, Oaeeola, : Special arrangements by :I S s-
the
Board of Trust*** under Gov .
the nth.. Comfortable
Putnam, Santa Rosa, Volu.ia, Walton .Washington.. He had pluralities m 0 : Beer
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.raorJennings will under the
serve : and table furnished w.th w A
room A
over Stockton in fourteen counties viz: Alachna, Baker Calhoun Hamilton -
next administration, star It seems to
: the best the market
affords-
;1 me that )dr. Broward'. insinuation . Holmes, Lake, Madison._Marion. Monrue.. Polk. St. Johns Sumtrr. So- : L ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED: L Y:

that any Governor'coald control them wannee and Waukulla. .aes.. e.00Me. ###!..###.#4f
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Kw .' against the1 interest. of the people Is a.reflection With respect to Ll. only remaioinjr competitor. : Senator Taliaferrocarrled -aoo- -- 00000000000O 0 Can only be found in Kissimmee on Broadway O ;;1

.. upon them. thirty-one of the forty-five counties In the State. Hi plurality over Stock- j: Street at the BRICK BAR BUILDING. .
ton was 9,451; over Jennings, L2.V77, and his majority' orer the combined vote ,: O O
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n, trust that ._am as honest, a* Mr. W. L Van DuzorS Co. tNR.T.BUTLER
of both
was SM. .

lie Broward record aDd la I the cheerfully balance put wiu my> pub-his. Senator. TaU.f ro'eceled.arl,. 49 per cent, while Mr. Stockton. received ''!I': ,III N, .!

About his I shall have more to. sajberealer. less than %:2 pier ant of'aggregate vote 01 the entire state. '' BROKERSREAL l

; . la Duval county, the home of both; the leading contestant, the total rote ; .

y The rote Mr. Broward aDd Ira* was 3.781. of which. Taliaferro received 2.317 or M3 majority over all, while -- -. 1

eeired la our respective home. counties Stockton received onty' 1.%:'vote,; or 6O le.* thaa. a majority. The *ca>uer- ESTATE .
Ing vote1 Jennings and Call-numbered bny 112. Stockton'. vote was le.. I
!; oa the 10th Insu la the firt prtaatJ. I 'j;
&haoU: per cent of the total county vote while Taliaferro received over 63percent ANDINSURANCE
for themaelve In
speak my tiIV;
of the whole Dumber ,I
of
votes cant. : ,
county, wber I hare lived for 20
,. ),II'.. Broward received 85 In Senator Taliaferro home precinct in Duval county, Stockton received { 0000- O0OOOcxDGGcOooooo0O '
4 years voles - - --- --- Grade ;
and 1 received 679 la Dnval county 60 votes while Taliaferro received 180 or nearly 714 !per Dent uf the weal High Whiskey

'' where Mr.' Broward ha lived practically vote, being a plurality of 120 over Stockton and a majority over all of 103. i .fa
R. ;
In Su' ktwas hoot Senator Taliaferro recived 270 rv. Wheeler -
_ all his life he received. 1,065 aod precinct votes, or nearly ''l
I received 2.O58. RS per cent o' the whole vote while Stockton !got only 217, or 44 per cent, Tallaferro's $ i .\

# >In his own precinct I. ricelved more plurality over Stockton. being 53, and majority over all 47. CONTIUCTOft. $ THE GAFF

i rotes thaa he and la my home precinct Notwithstanding these conditions Mr. Stockton hat been quoted a. declaring ADD BUILOEB.Kissimmee k

not that "Lf Taliaferro lacked only a single rote to secure majority" he Florida.
.there was a vote against me. All
__ would make a contest in the second primary, and that be Intended "make ,
,. this may mean nothing, bat la spite of Near Passenger Depot Kissimmee ,
_ .the nomination cost those fellows 1UO.UOO.." Modern. Collonial and Artis
{ all the chances made against me iithous Hotel and the Graves House. . .
that. nay: neighbor trust me. Since the primary' sue of the newspapers which supported Stockton havedeclared tic Dwellings a specialty. 1 J.J
Slnc Taliaferro; some of them have urgently advised Stockton to t

'F BOOT.re1770W'0 W. DAVIS. withdraw from the t'&Ce. sod several of those newspapers which had remained SATISFACTION GU'RANTEID A. B. BKARDHN, Proprietor.I .

neutral during the first campaign are openly advocating Mr. Ta .f'rro.s: ,i iMANrrWNA 'va ,
,The fact that Mr., Broward received nomination, even including some that supported GoY. Jennings.If ;)
f' a few more vote in the State at large the majority of theDemocrats of Florida, after a careful consideration r

5'f than plaralit were; of cast 237 Tor in a Mr vote Dayt.-a of 44,141 pltiinl or of the foregoing fact and figure, do not reach UM, conclusion that Senator now have the largest stock of Wines \Vliitkie 'f';

S ab Hit _bait of one per cent-has Taliaferro U. fairly entitled to. the nomination it will be a miracle. Indeed. and Beer ever handled in Kissimmee. All

been seised upon by Mr., Broward's grades at prices to suit the times Jf.
i4 supporters as the lo..04 -
the only argument In favor apparently olbis how each i* regarded by his friends, for Governor in six of the pl'eclllda.IocludiDjr ,

nomination la the second primary. neighbors and lellow-eitiaells..bere he his own, while Broward got f.
A brief examination of the official r-- Is best known Jo his own home. vole in only fifteen precincts.
turns will discover the real value of
;rcaE A. SJSCJA.L'r:
,, such aa argument. AT BRUWARD'SHOME.In WHAT THE DEDUCTION IS. y *s

". ." Broward'. vote la the entire State Duval county Davit received2Oufl The inevitable deduction from the y]

,?.",.? was a'very small fraction over 39( per vote, or more than 57 per cent of the foregoing' 1 la. that Mr. Broward ha* .
rot of the entire vote while Davis'
total vote of 3.600. being a pluralityover received his larrxtt rote.. in those localities 1
I,f vote was within quit as small Irae- I ---- ---------- -
loa of 3H per cent of the whole a Browsed of 993, and a majorityover in the Slave.. where he 1. least I I

.. ifferenc* in Broward favor of one all of 507; Broward got 1,065 known and his smallest vote In the Atlantic Coast Line

..alf-of one percent.: Brp..ana.'leaele" votes, Or about 3M per cent of the total county and precinct where: he live and ; Railway company.TIME .
"r !f.. b* sure bat scarcely enough to justify vote. 1* best apow while Mr. Davis. on WE WATCH OUT f

;4. vary mach ot the bragging his' 'In Broward's home precinct Davis the contrary, has received ors h avletlivot for cur-customer's. est) interest. TABLE IN' EFFECT JAN. 10TH. 1904. s .

friend are doing lea his behalf. received 121 out of 233: votes, or..nearly in his home count) and precinct We give them the chance to benefitby DKPARTURBSJ FROM KISSIMMEB. rr

l' rgt JJroward got small...majorities five 52 per cent, making plurality over ., auu his lightest; rote elsewhere. reduction in the market. Those-ytlle."o'Or'.ndo.' ".. i'i'
every
small counties, via: Calbonn, Xaf ay- Broward of 30: and a majority overall Thu.. Lemocrats la remote counties No 32 42 P. M.ton.. .. ffiSWS" *{,
Thus offer fine 9. .. .
site, Liberty, Monroe and. Taylor. we can t :
of 9; while Broward jot; only 91 who may: have been Induced to K4ua rn polnu.

Davis got.large majorities la Ore big votes ors small traction over 3V p r support Mr. Drowsed under the false SELECT GROCERIESat r
For
r counties,vU: Dade, Duval Putnam, of the .Orlando. .ulor4. JDehoD""'., W.rere.., '
cent total rote of the precinct.' impression that he wa regarded by
81. Johns and Yol...... The sum of rock bottom prices. All kinds No.' 40 12.18 P. M 6... NasbrilleAtlant. ".. cbut.a,. Rtrial.....
Broward received the entire vote, 29la his neighbor and teltor-ciUzens who .tn........,'". . "a
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Canned .11 ...a't
of fine fresh Fruits
Goods
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.. 247 the .
Broward's majorities! sum b'
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one precinct, a majority) vote la !know him best as a fit and proper person "Nlon, "Ih"IDllo", Rich-
('; of. Davis majorities was 855. eight Hreclncta, and email pluralitiesover to fill the high office which, be and Vegetables. Tea, Coffee etg. hewdYork 6o.tton ind.Il" W..ter.... J..I1..1..ta" I

.There's a "1eIacJ'" for you! Davis la three other Davis I etk*. will be undeceived by the above ,1OI1I1e.
: re- Damaged.Meal'and Few '
: .,; ftroward. secured'pluralities',overN ,ee'Yed a majO itJ'-...0&8 la fifteen of the abstract from the official returns .of Grits per No. 2.. 3.59/.JL M d....d.U.ak."d.'P'.nl'illarme.st.te' it,'y on........:.hat'0.-

,1 ''JatisIn'twenty-foureounttes. Davis 1'-" -.... precinct of the county. the first primary; and those who were barrel 2.00 ,

.: .got pluralities over. Broward la twenty AT DAVIS' HOME. uofamilliar with or misinformed concerning lOO'Ibs good rice. 8.50 No. 39, 4.29 P M dFw a allln.rFne&&iswiow4 h.ta 0- 1

eonnUe y-and la one the vote was a I the standing of Mr. Dart at 25 \\bs -s' -
1.00 No. .
35, 7.50 P M *' "* Plant .
Js cur
them. These four little] Compare the the ., uaasa Tam sod hit
its>between foregoing-with record his own home and among1'those..who 25 Ibs granulated 1.50 ,
la 'exccae, of the; number of the ballot la Mr.. vis' home sugar ...II eerry ... '
best
pi.rsIWes I have and longest known bis mer* Cow .ron h evvlliib bet .. Port i.np..ad
bushel tbroutsadb ack *
peas'per 2.25 ..; '
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J 4Q'
:- area to Dayta"'coaaWale .,.about all county.. i&8. will be able' to determine much Yk. ctrl bvIWseI JNkosJJ.% ..
'. '.* ., 'Br ward'. friend*can,really afiDoastoi ,The total,rote of ,Putnam was 967. better,than before whether not ,be 5 gal can Florida Syrup, 2.6O YUle.Tt..I.Pease D'4o.Herda M a.d...D. Nrro hll... Parlor e.e and.'..pe.. betwN. Tampa e
"ooebOa..UJe. .
-Jio. of which Davis received 795,more than .is lastly entitled to their support lathe Try gallon can New OranaHammock' -_ toul..la. -'co-erF Jackaoay111 and New Yorklala.. Jaek.oullla a.d J.eki6M fi
tb. tit. 83 per cent of thetotal county. vote present con otest.-fe&ropollL, ;. ;r&u N. ase.rrl.s retb.aa Parts e.n lest.... end aa,, S
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... real teat of fitas '.. "'
after and 31. more than a majority.while T I Honey.W nand.,r.. steamsl sail from' roil Tam,,foe [q ,,iTaW &a"cll'ortTataI'a.. .
III 11.16
between the twd' candidate, ii the entire county. Broward 1'0OD y ,For correct.TalJorlq) can on Stanford rw fa'1. eem pteW p. m....NiIs i. IDIIDnaaUoa .....,. Rundays. T.4'JII aa4__
.. found la th#vote*.*.t In their 85 vote*.' Davis carried'' every one of .*; B MAKINSON CO. st.pep LN.r.aua..,.a.CUl es sae case: a/. .. An.,or sddr. f 1OU.1a e.,' entapaats. ; t'1R'li.IMSZsOwVmO.RiY '

_Respell.[ .eoaaUes.jilp preclnote,'and the. ;:twentT'"eren precincta b larg Ice Cream Freexer" ""you dOII't" ..nave Bur yonr'Shoes from Stanford,the Dlvl *....... J

.. ..., . fi conclusively, majorities; ving.very, : .can to then Jut Graves & Grave.., 014 reuable shoe main ;i 1I.O..t: ; Caalu=.,,1'1'aa..epratt.l. .

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