Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: November 4, 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: VID00149
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.- 'SAT S Old.-. Wants FRANK. Large? CLARK'S. Democratic APPEAL. Vote'WA INi.DR r (llQQ( ; ;gp, :: 14\ .::',



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Duty 'tf Democrats to 00 to thepolls "' ". .
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\\'c have this scnsoli the Inrgesi and bent assort e
Lake Fla. Nov I 1904. '
City, :
To the DQ1Docra of the SecolldCODo : ; , :
mcut 01" 'reaslonal Dlstr\.ct\ ot Florida: Our Fall Stock is Now ) ; :: J

I have made no extended caDvass' Complete. :, .
lobe dlst'lct .IDoo.my lIomIDat1on.syour !
candidate. for Cona loeSIi. Such, !, .0"W': ", 'II"

S canvass followlulf'ball reasons not :been made for the. We are Showittg"-al1- New. Brown I.\ :,1 .,' :' .;?'. /.J -1..1\ ::tt
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"iMlt-'J"l1e rll8\.rtct. being 10 overwhelmlogly ' -

: neuli8lty for Demoeratic It.SecondIfaving. . there. was no Suitittgs itt Broad-Cloths; .'Flannels ,I' : ,.' .,.f'' 'r.,

been subjected to and Fancy P .ttert s. S "f,' 3' .f ...I.I'r '
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more than a rear of active polltioe .
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cu.stone. >t' ,If'<
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Household Goods Th Ird-My profe..lon -
engagements <
Hardware : .. : 0 : ." : 'r,
have been such all .w Imperatively .
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demand most ot my time since 4 ." ; ; .. : :
Harness \,, .. .
and Saddles .
Crock- I : ,0// /
the .mlnat.lon.. .. ;
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I make tblll tatemen w you now on .... . .,, :/; ";'

Stoves and Tilt the eve of the election lest some Our Shoe all the New'a'nd-Nobby ' "
cry, 'v are should think my zeal fur Demucratlesuecessls Stock consists Qf' ; ."v :

<< pot aa ardent as It should .
00, and for the further purpose of Shapes in Ladies; Mens arid, Childre&s Sh'e 11/.
lat( ere 11t"n r IUlJullcd. unci arc selling them atH appealing/: tu every Democrat III the '. I ,

II1'1l'l' district' to do his full duty on next In all 1 e a th e r s. .. .- :.,..:. :, ... .. 'J.' < : Y''i\.,: N". . :
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o Tuesday- b.\ going to the polio an'd i'
voting/ for every' primary nominee 1m : .'.1 ,. . 1.
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the ticket from Governor to ('on8tlt.- S /- ;"f 'If' .
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--- bp.] This Iii the solemn duty of everyman : ,;" .; ,) '''1>' I',:
I t J I N r-r-"u T-x E who pltrt.lr.ipRled b.v' voting t'n ; : -' :" .." ..0" .: .. "\'- ,.1>,1\\',; ,

__ tile late primaries, and the fact hat .: n...'...'. . -.r....._' ;. .. .' ,,' ''..{!i ,.
in instances, fa.vI)1'It.e > S I S
some our w( I'e < I. .- .. I . \',' I ,

Our stock or I stand defeated faithfully only makes I by the the obJIIRt.lun voters\ the w -' We are Exclusive Agents for. ,, : .ct.p.\. : .. ;:L'Florsci 1'.f I..,\ ,\\ ':"'-,:".''" .
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murg bind lull'. The primary system >eim's Shoes for Men' ,. ." 2 ": .; ,I"1" ';'
IJ 'fuit.hfIlJ- -.f.: ."'',. : .I' .I"'J "
can only I be preserved ) : : 2''
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.' Furniture J Iy upholding the expressed" will oftI.t" Wlute Hose Shoes for Lndies. ." ',- "'(> "A"\\1, 'H'J\\( i
_ 0-- j people] Jill evidenced by 11 count of : . '.bt ,"I !( ,. .., ,). r.1't,: ; j'.Ii" .

the hulluts cast by the l1..ope] a.1 the :. I'' .'. >:t': ., t\: 'II w '#i' ;
I I. the Illr' I est nllc1 11I0"1 ('om- IIHrUU"elaUon.! N'hen t thi.. resull Is If

1'1,.ti'(, ever hronht) : to Kist I..U ascertained all Democrats should
t ich'erfuIIy 011(1 pnthllHluHtlt-ullv fall] Inline
siIllIlH't' We hove (Chllll.s.Blllol'UII" I i anj! cnrt y IIIP laity standard 100 Good < "
Waring Dry ? p ,
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5' lint rucks. lioekers, I trl\lmjhanl hi k f +hate victory.k noL the .slightest doubt I : t

M, iron Beds, Hook Cases, r"1 my own electiuu' I desire Iou urge .. .-

1.11111lg1S) Kitchen tiai( "s" that you .give lilt' 5\cry I"'flllihl" vote _ - --__--- -- -_ __ .._ -- _. ? i: "'.
'next Tuesduy It Is of .t""l1It' .
,Sideldards In fju.t (,H'I'J'thlll puetanee that 1 you do this, in view 110'1 -=--. '" '. ,
+ the tI.rents, openly made by the IIepubi -
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I ICIIIIH loti reduce tile l..eflt'ntll.ti"othe ,
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and) III lmdlt'ss'tlrtt't)-. the South in Congress und In the .
electoral t ullcge More than seven.own 11I11111/1'/ : try
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thousand Dctnuerats. voted In THE 1111111 ., -
Ic t this dlsn! lt't In the Irlman election of ][ .
1 June 7'h' last, and If f can1'0/ to.hil1 I SOUTH "
\\'.... t.Ol1.blicked by this vote, and I FlOIID Iii =
thq other I"lorlda districts COrd


ur ri'ces are themselves silence the of Republican In representation like manl1er.threat so It far ot will reducion as.-, II [ FA I II //lJIIlIJ I :

our own State is concerned A large
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ht. Cash vote will accomplish another thinj / J f
Rig or I It will give rate, In the very oojinnlnlo' : n ?
o' my cOlJgl".lollal. service a standIntt I' 1AMPA LY' a
among II1Y associates wi c wil;
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you acct."ptably. 'lfespeotfully, WILL SE THE ..t 1'0 TAK f.BICCEST
FRANK CLARl.'Osceola [ ,,
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I This evening the "I1! tistrtous Class '

- ::---: =.: _- ___"'--...: . .-- .--- __0._ - -- 01 '01)" will enjoy a reception given to .. EVER SEEIIJI '.
that body alo the home of ono of its '
members Eugene Bry.o. A "RraDd IN 'THE SOUT If. .
old time" t Is expected but ft 111 "tlllret.- i' "
fIlly said that no oDe with the-excep. Nov..141to26t1"LUSIV' : i
Harness tl m 0" P.0": Wood and .Brarg. out _
fld. : of the "LoYII.1 lxu Is invited.

'l'boullh you regret it "
Don't you forget it.
That you didn't' some lucky trick con- III

-;I'lve, .
t and To become a member of the class
I i of f '05. .

The stage looks rather blank and

unnatural without a piano, and the ((1
scholars having been used w music In ( II
the IifwotloD81 exercises, R'O thenneI
Saddlery. every mormng- with a dissatisfied feeling -
I lurking In their boaomil But
now they are looldnll' forward t.o the \\W\ tr
j dsy 10 the Dear future when they will II 1
allCin enjoy their mus Ic in the air
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'e have nil nnnsiinlly 1are. stock of Unrlless anti( in Botlclpatlon of such an Instrument I

Saddles and II" heed anything III that line I the little folks are doing quite -
you ,Ian advertistng" feat, 10 that they ale'' I \ "' J1

we run plonse J'ou. Our 1)1'1's on these goods, continually after mother and father .' j. ,
.to 'to Miss Itrt.ha's entertafmnent I !
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are very low. which will be held. in lobe Auditorium I :T . ,,,

.__ _- - -- -1 -. -- u ___ at elll"ht. o'clock: this evening for tilEpurpo'e . ..----- , S ', .t1" ..'.;":
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.1 of beginning, that fund ..\. .:'
low I atell to the Fair. TOP'CS., ;"' f
Last Friday the Debating Society IIELLO I OIjLAItDO. i ...Ms
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discussed. the following subject: .,t
' TONES AND The rate, secured by Pm-es Brown '
e ltusolvld:! That the:! fear of punish Telephone Corn muetcatton Established for the fair are the lowellt ever given Erangellst R.I..4 A. 'dlohola .t. "
HARDWARE has Influence human .
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went more on In Florida
to
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__. any point any occaollion. Opera 1Nouse.
Bet Kls.lmm. Or- :
conduct than the hope of reward Their liberality is unprecedented \.- rt' "
TINWARE. .:very tine eagerly responded to his, la.do and Other Points.e and that they will bring thoueande Friday .8.45 p. 1II-uTba Conquer-

nlLllle called by the secretary with th I I..on/l distance Communleation with of visitors to Tampa from far log Crosa." ... ., t.tt,, acl
Ii Id4 exception of Mr. Verner Mills\ who' Orlando/ waR completed today bringing and near goes without aayIDR' Saturday: l'p.. ''m-; "Tbe,.,Ulddeai, d.' , ,,:
,, J nod see our "stock of cutuplained of not': feeling well. \Vhere-'I Sanford and intermediate points The following are the rates that will. Trea..ule. \ S. i .. -'" \t" W' 'il" 'Il'fahitdti "-I,

doves( IUltl1'llIwnrc. 11'e /'TACKlHlve :, upon acting I Mr all censor Thud ,Oliver rose from who that wall chal then Apupka. Lockhart, Ocoee, Winter be From In force Ohio: river points, a baslo/ Sunday:'" 11 a; m.-"gout'I"{a Obllt..... .'(a: ....rw f4, .: ...,........J.OwloR' ..
Garden, Waco and Conway-In talking /
exclusive tlale! or toflunnlftlhi' I and !an a moat solemn voice, address distance or Kluimmoo rate o. $20 for the round trip, flood t.o the Opera Housnj 'beh Jt"ltQ.z ;tI1 Suse t "
Celebrated, Iron bUZZSA'' e(1! the president all follows: Mr. I This will be II great convenience to for fifteen dan. This. rate 18 much for all of next week' att.er'Sunlt.y'"Wf.t.:r \t'1\oO'1f.' \ '! ;
) President 1 would like to ask what the public generally and to the che..per than one fare. It will be necessary to- hold erange.4: : 4'1.;, '... 'Wi'IIstia
Kfll; Stoves Ulld Jewel I kind of medicine t.lr. E111s] has been I travelling public In particlJlar. Our From New York, by steamship run.nlnll'to services elserihere, Aanouncvr' "Cf.o tfvs lo. f"ft

l{ lllhcn which for dul'u- taldnc, At this the president was I I ]oral telephone companies deserve! Norfolk Savannah or Jacksonville meet will be made at meetlag 8uDdaJ; ,It' '"q;J. t... ja;.
y comlwlled to call him and lobe .
society .
] I credit" for their enterprise In giving t.o ODe .fare for the round trip night.Monday .. .'
hllftr ('a IHOt be beateu.'Also i 11.0 order. I UP this mudl Deeded and talked about good for twt'lIty-oDe day. T p. III.-"Tba Book"ot. .s
The debate decided III favor of ,
was nook.
large stock of' conn..llOn.The From Cuba, one fare for the round .
the negative. I -
rate t.o Orlando will 00 20 cents tri t, good for twenty-one daya Tuesday p. III.-"AQ peo'Door.
cheaper Stoves," midrungt's. i The o1ftce of critic lately iRalltuwd : for threw min\ltes conversation and it 1' rom polntll in territory south of Wednesday 7 'p m.-tlTbe Honest. .
Prln J. M. Wood, bears .
by quite an t
the Ohio and Potomac and east of the Doubter.
I Inu you wilt oWILYIl! state the name of lobe "
Everything influence, for the better upon"the correct -, party wanted instead of the 'phone MIsRI8ippi rl Vf'rs. outstdeof the Stale Thursday '1 p. m.-uTJi. .1allol"s. >t' f

and GrllllftewUl'c 8t prices cnnllot lie duplicated.tilding grammatical and rhetorical prepllra.tloQ number or place they live, the message of "1'Iorida ODe rat-clallll fare plus Queatlon.I f
of apeeches. All only theeleventh I' In
will not be charged unless you 60 cents for the round ttiu.From FrldaY1 p. m.-"A Man the. ,
graders are ellllible to thishonor "
all in the State of FlorIda Dark.
get the right warty' at the Rome time points '
the less advanced strive hard for Individuals 2j Saturday 7 m.-"ZaocbaeIJII
fare
always give your owb name and tell one plus p. otu0 .
t.o make no mistake, 110 that thatlrade I Down." < ,
cents for the round minimum A
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the operator who toO charge It w. and trip ,
will have no opportunity of boasting
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do not get with the opera- rate 50 oontll. For military companies !
a.s to superior lIA.DIU&jie.( reuse and bran bands in uniform twenty or Harpe.--Bell.
Material. tore It they to connect you. up
STUDENT without the Informa.'lun. more on one ticket 1 cent per mile itt' i}
\1 ---- Married at the borne the brlds'. .:
Fair Notice. There are circumstances over which per capita for distance traveled plus parents ill North KI..lml''Q' '( '
arbltrarles. .
Editor Valley Gazette: telephones or operators, have 110 control Wednesday 'evening,' No" 20d. .MI..,., .. ;; +
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If you are contemplating building a house be sure and get our I Please n '1olt)' the pbople In th 111-I and you can relit assured that following special round trip Mat.t.le e'leand Mr; V. I.. harper,' ';. \) .' .t
prices elsewhere for Sash, Doors and weeks Issue that we want all artlcicilI I your wants when stated, are receivkg rater from junctional points are' /given: Rev T. JA Bell, fatpercol. t.be' ..k. "
before sending your $211,5! Cltra $3.53 Dade brldef.
I for the Fair delivered at the freight the betnr attention ponlble Any Archer : ; ; olllciating ... ,'" JJ
Blinds and Builders Ha.rdware depot on or before November lOth aDd incivility on the part 01 the operator I (;It.y; 050$2.85; Gainesville U.40i; Haw. The wedding W&8. quiet 1tome, ..I.H"" I -

-., ---- would like samples ot everytllln that .houldbe promptly reported to the thorne \; Jacksonville $4 25; fair and was witnessed only 'b, tbe;: '
------ ----- Lake U.05
grow.. Yours truly manager of the company City ; Leesburg$1.&i; Live family ot the bride aoj! a few,,1n'lma. .
ha.ve this season more goods and less money than we have ever had M. H. I'oRTER. Oak, U.35; Ocala. 2.m; Orlando friends of'the couple ':., j
before there cheaper, The Womall's AuaUllary:: wm meetat '1,85; 'Palatka $3.70; Pensaoola. The bride I. ODe of K1.. mee's bes"
and consequently we lore selling The Southern Expa'ell Co. 'will St. John's church ned Monday and
mon highly respected ladie. -
carryall exhibits: not exceeding fifty afternoon at 4 o'olock. It being the *10.10; Tallahassee -t6.05j; Tavaresl while tite t" young mazy daof
pounds free to Tampa and will charge first fall meeting. therefore all members 2.23.. The anal limit 00 theM tickets sterling; worth groom aid integrit a young- '0-, q

Jul W. WATSON. for returning .ame. All exhibits: to are earnestly requested t.o be. will be November 27th. ..Th..YalJer-O..jglD.: wlt.h-J".tulr---4 o ,fa. e
go free bT freight 01' express must be : present a. business-of--mach impot M. / many friend. In ,1"lilll" thema,1oag .
directed to M. H. Porter, Director for II IIOaceola ance will be traM.&ded. Ed Niemeyer weDr.up.OI'aodo today life of happlnea., .nd prolpnU,... .yet, ra
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_JT'TTT i hurl' Thy just wrath upon tb" sonJ and to \, \ "

body or tbla awful wretchr' x' KISSIMMEERXVEPW to

Hammond smiled one or his feysneers
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iv., ; LUKE' HAMMOND[ / y ""The, drug and CODtlDde4 I gave you:, worked slowly. "- POP JLAR

1; You were III, but never dreamed of 1''! ,, SCIENCE ? : ItO"t1'rE.

dying You were sitting In this room, SyVilh

THE[ ,MISER.n little more than 4 ,:rear, ago, amusing

:rounelf-wlth your paints anti pictures. \ his rubber life-preservingtuit; STEAMJ\! Ln"LI&, STEAMER; ROSEADA,. !
're''mnlued
when a convulsion .Ized yon""I Joseph' Probat, of CCneva,, bas' i' Captain Cla7.JObnson..Sr:r Captain Clay'''"Johnson, Jr. .

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lu the water a month at a

',. 1rJ: ). =>>:>>JEE}:}} ):.>>37'>> L'V\'tL'L J J .r -}}:>>:>>JJE}:>>: yesterday"remember 1ld It Elgin.aa It"This It happened crimson time, subsisting vu food carried, in the Regular weekly. ;trips .to BuslDcer an 'return.' ROleada-lene. Kisslnl i

suit sees Tuesday morning and arrives Klulmmee 1I'I'Idal' e..eDln&

'1 H chamber was mJ' favorite, retreat. I -, Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and Fort K1era OD the 'LWI-.
By pjrote Wm. Henry- Peck, ebvretskl tao, remember JlO more until 1 regained, m7
reasonable
the Comfortable accommodation tr Rat.
"y 8oa..vboaaa'IAatlaoa' i aoaa. senses In the white aDd cold chamber. It II estimated that there are III passengers '
of the-a; Stoa.-QaU. Gulted Slates Ul pulp and paper The mOlt picturesque WAterwAY In Florida

of,Liaboa. ," ttc. (All rtaaa ). : mills, wlth I\n annum output of 2,500,,, I'or Paale"Cil' and Freight .Rates, apply to

.4 -?Iay. "You exclaimed: ," laid Hammond, t100) tons ot paper the greater portion CLAY JOHNSON, Bit. Proprietor,

"u you; tell: ;'Luktbe wl11-1 baTe Clf vblc\1\ I' uilicle from( wood pulp. 011 board "Lillie,"'Kissimmee, 111
r done It ,1# = and
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l tllA.P1'EB V. days of health, IIDce- my eyes bate laid no more, Your word terrified me. During/ aOo ,faa a;:;.' ce iveoUon inKnot'llle -

"' r OoDUDUe\J. 1K'f'Il her-alnC8, b7 her agitation on Iliad poisoned you for naught: It you : one of the local papers ' .

's' seeing me, I know she had Jlo share IDm7 had left a wilL For three days you turned Its sheet over entirely to the
'Tbe 10 the world Luke,
rt Laughed strongest Nanci. mlac!')'. Wretched man! you had lay like one dead. I knew 7U( were .llIltllIl flll'lUerJ: the local agricultural /NE7T'iR1N1iNGCreates ,

Kate ElgIn stared wl1h eurprlse. almost made me believe that Catharine not dead, and by ID7 authority. al :your college furnishing the editor and ell the I :"

Elgin countenanced this brutality: to nearest Nlntlon In New York, saTe '
This *a., the first time she had ever C.(11) fur thl mutton.As .
secure the estate! Dog I know now four child, denied aU approach to your ,-, I aJ goOd Impression among your
c, ; beard Mr.. Harker the housekeeper,
t' speak In such fBmmat: terma to her you Jledl'" apartment, excepting to one or two I I '" the result of eighteen[ 3'eors ot correspondents and helps to give your J
servants who thought dead. Your
f Hammond pate with and you .
grew rage
h 1' UDde, and abe felt her heart sink experimenting with f..UII.en the Agrltuiturnl business prest'ge.' 1
3 AI she noticed' It. shame as ElgIn went on. daughter, on hearIng of your sudden \ Research !Soelety' of Scotland 1I
"For six: months after I found myself death swooned with the shock( aDd for I
"I about to vII It fa- C'CIlIlIrlllll the generally accepted. belief
.m now
your
t tber," said Hammond, al lJe advanced In the white and gold chamber, you twit days and more" I feared her grief I 11Int the only Inhl'rlll: elements et18<< We Do Neat Printing at Reasonable Pricesp :
would end her Ufe.
told having learned
daughter
me ,
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1' towards the door 1\11'1. Harkor, be tin! to plllllt growth ate ultrogen 'I1'1

continued, "I Deed not advise you to bw( I had disposed or Uw estate, consented "roor, darling KatmJ' unfortunate i horns and pOh"hlull1. The ._ _______ C L

: to my ImprIsonment until 1 ehlldr'! sobbed Elrln. of calcium and! Is '
i'g convene u lItUe a. poslllble with our should secure the property to you end The cruel villain drew forth his sulphur, llIogllealunl BESSIE WAS THE B RBER. wtth a stomach lnslds !It. ADd the -,

i F r ,v fair prlloner. She she a sharp tongue to her :01': months I would not b@o handkerchief an(1 wIped away the In- very alight, I cause? The cause warn want of mOo _' ,
n and .hrewd braIn to back It. She -
a : lien It possible that a child could 80 TaUd' tears, for they seemed to run Little Girl Played Havoc With' "Ma- blllty Nature bad provided It with I r:
Even the Rulli"
know. bow to put black and white 'cmllnlllling man '
"' treat a parent But you, that woman from Henry Rlcln's eyes to Luke Ifam- ma'a Oarll"l3'a Curl.. one organ, or set of organs, which J
I\'bo sells
the IlIlultPl'ftut
together and make to IJrnctll'ell It
gra
) Daniel ; aU mond' heart and then to turn to red acted as Its evil genius and perverted :'
4 Nancy Harter Stephen 7U like his cheats The DeBBIe Is the .lx-yeLr-old daughter
...Nev" fear, Luke, saId Nancy 1 tlet'l'pllon on auILofilles l
and desolated all the bright promise( ot .
allowed( to approach me, IBid It was hot eoalp of lire. .
house on
of floe
Chubbs who
+ III North bad owns a
know what I am about la well aa you 1)akota 11 n"ut-
p "Go on;monstrous fiend! said! Elgin, Its golden youtb. Below its mouth It
true; anQ the thought, the horrible the eastern aIde of Central Park lust '
of wade ,,'hlt'11 show
y do Send Daniel here U..oon as,you 'r 1II1I1IYM" bad a kInd of sucker which enabled ;F'
d'' spare him" doubt preyed upon my mind until reason indignant and wrltblDi under the 1I.1.lt the formaldehyde sold 0\1 tile searket off Mlllionalre's Row. Robby Is the
scan
It to catch hold and to hold
on.
fled from the You aDd tu'h.
torment who
K= )below and four-year-Id darling of 1ubbs..
_"For your treatment of my pooh fa- wnll normal strength, 'Tbe moral conflict between its
4 your( creatures lied Luke Hammond""Uenry Hammond.returned his handkerchief lives a block awa,'. Harry Is the csybyhaired good
that the often short In
they, laid Kate, darting a glance of pHcknll'1I were
In Its tall and Itll evil
y Elgin:' said Hammond, to his pocket, and continued: gem of Hllbbs. The three familIes genius genius
abhorrence It Hammond aa be opened weight Gr weucure
I. ulell.'III1. You know 1 deceived "Your doctor-tile family doctor- hll'dren In Its sucker was Imperfectly aided
+ ;! e s ,.our rage are mutual trlend8 The ( -
the door, "God pardon but 1etkDDOL"
may you
j !by its not yet adequately developed
you; your daughter now know was not .ummoned. I summoned a are sent to the park under the
1:,+ When ph.alclao-A mao of) hIgh medical The belief that temperatures are estimable brain. Too YOllllg a. yet to know and
I deceIved ber. two repu- Tblll
that
7 you charge of one nursemaid. -
1I0: laughed Hammond, with hierl IIIgbellt during SUIIIIOt! minima I. opposed balance tendencies It allowed sloth to
,
told that Intended tation, but much addIcted to wIne. with
years ago, me you takes her sewing
dry, cruel mocker)'. "You look like II by Mr A. B. )IfncDowall who person
Before 'be I hint with ; give battle to mobility, and failed to
plied
to make a will leaving nearly every dollar uw you her and sits on a bench while the
:. t queen, and use a queen' language. I finds evidence that during the last intervene when
the latter losing.
was
drlok. He Intoxicated when he
of the wealth James was Doe
you njoTe4- three children wander off to .Jlay.!
t.
think Elizabeth of made that
England examined Bill certificate or death .1Ity: years aunspormaslma have been. The genius of sloth In the adhesive
Greene"Aye J'ou.
afternoon last week the nurse espied a
remark and then died of reI"bap' .
Irt'lef. IIccomPllllled In Engla11d b7 the higher
survive It." :' Interrupted Elgin, bltttorly, pronounced your end b7 spasm ot the friend and hurried off to see' ber She organ soon took entire poellelllloD of Pit.
r' y1 you may hearL" temperatures. Tile same meteorologist Its tall wriggled freely up In the
tu
know the astl I was cone ten minutes accordIng
" Ue nodded hie long anakllh looking 'you Dame at then
atlpDlpts to prove a connection between water" while heal downward
Its
wall kept -
F head thought my brother-In-Iaw-m friend "VlllaJnl! You told me IDY child bad her own account Meanwhile Bessiehad
quIckly and departed
laughed again
,
r barometric pressure and thltIDOOII" Then its tall began to dwindle
" ; for the crimson chamber. leaving -thougbt him anything but a black- given out the report that I was ma phases and between reialhetumidity discovered the sel 8on."Let'a .
from want of use till It vanished altogether -
Nancy Harker eyeing Kate ElgIn, hearted scoundrel; and I wished to do that I was necelllarll confined as A play barber she .said "and
and the lUoon'8 phases,
and with It nil power of me.blllty
P a. a abp.-dral'On might eye an enchant. tardy justice to James Greene, whose dangerous lunatic In my own housethat I'm the arbel' Its brain shrank aDd

ed lady. father I have wronged, anti to whom she would consent to my freedom The Department of Agriculture baa 80 far as Bobby! and Harry are concerned vanished and with up It all praCJotI'alJy poesibllities ..

by right 4U the wealth ID J when I should have secured tbe'property Bessie la usually anything she
which
Jllllt issued an Index of tile sUbject matter of seeing and ht'llrlng Its
mofed belonied. That my daughter! to beT. And I-great God, pardon wants to be. When the nurse returned -
QHAPTER v). or the experiment station work( that IntpsllnplI and stomach Increased enormously -
i should not suffer b7 the act. 1 bad me for the Injustice 1 thoutrht-! she almost faInted The six long
bllll been done Iu the country during became '
Il the mcaan'bly
J.t1JJ: U..XX01fD.. VIJ.l..Jlty.. and finally -
feared that If I dId, abe, instigated bl' .
pretended not to see her growIng love golden curls that had adorned Harry'shead
r tile Inllt eleven years. and covering! ol.Jt !It Is In 1\011
r which! now
Upon entering the crImson chamber for James Greene, and used many you. Luke Hammond mlgbt-Nol! 1 when be entered the park were
'
technical on Illlled topics mature :
Ii Hammond found 11r. Elgin bound AIr plans to encourage while seeming Ig. never thought Catharine Elgin would 10 I papers foreign journals during! the apopl'lIl'llIg hanging gracefully over the back of age

r be had left him, but conscious( of where norant ot It 1 withheld this scheme consent to her father's death! Only ID the ben'h DlIbb1I brown "clubbed"" '
past few "pnrll. Tile work consists of Earned Five Dollars with ,
<- he was and of what had lately transpired from your knowledge because 1 knew haIr delirium dId I believe she knew balr-cut straight across the back His T.
_
1.171 pages, embracing some 12 ,ot/0 en.tries.
'. S you were desirous to see Catharine Elgin ot m7 .Ituatlon." Tblll monumental Index IIblIld with a bang In tront-looked like a A most unusual recovery of a ring is

',: Daniel had just teased to bathe the the wife ot Tour son; and esteeming Hammond arose, and paced the room Invaluable the well worn feather dOater reported front Round lake, In west' fli
to agrlculturlll
Io"alld' sunken temples, and retired you, I disliked to wound you by to and fro to clllm himself, for the writer prove and teacher "What shaU I do?" shrieked the Lake CCllln Iy,

, aloof aa Hammond placed a chair, rejecting the suit you urged In the sight or EIl'ln's anguish though not a nurse to a policeman who responded A few las ago MrA A, J.unlren r.!

faeing Elgin, and sat down. name of your IOn CharI e'_ I feared new thing to him, was harrowing even to her creams. Chlcapo wail In bathing ,In the tale

r TM eyes of the InYllld aDd his tJ.: too that you might attempt, even to his hardened heart. .A JOVIAL JUDGE He was a deliberate pollee milD. He near the holt'l and IUlil her we6d1cgring.

:;; MIlt met In one long searching gaze; succeed In checkIng the lave I allw He soon resumed his seat, and pursued calmly surveyed the wreck and then .

kt Hammond despite LL hardIhood, In : II Turkey Mls.up ......eI by a Learned observed !She: failed to notice the loss a':?i a
r growIng my daughter's heart for . :
.U_.
was the first to turn his lace away. James OrHne. Therefore was lie "Well, you were eo'fned and In your '.DoT Why, take the kids home, and few hours after leaving the wvter. "

There wu a dignity of unspoken never Invited to my house, and eo coffin were seen uy every servant In When Police Judge Fritz Is Oil (thetench be thankful ye dldo't bring a razr." Then BIte "td not know abe hal: I"sl It

reproach and ,leon 10 Elglo'a dark you never dreamed ot the attachment" I the house, by your daugh'wr-ahe hurried he III dignity perllOnltled' 'Lenhe -New York Press. In the water but offered a rO-"d of

and still brilliant eyes that made Name' "I would have crushed It It I had" :. away, unable to bear the grIn ot III off lie 18 as fond of a pmctcal 15 for the return cf the ring.

mend dwlndle4o'a meagre meanness, said Hammond "I would have used agony flied upon your feature." joke( "I any wan. One of his Jokes A DEGENERATE. No clue to the ring, wall lIht'I"d\ uniii '

' q even In hi. own callous mind any means to create dJllllke or con- 'Vretcbr' cried ElgIn. "You take. recently caused 110 end of excitement yesterday when Charles Itivis a

- "You have some .ham. still left 10 tempt In Catharine' mind Aa for a fiendish delight In dwellIng u asher for some hours at the Hell of Juallce. Awful Fate of the Lazy Little Sea I I small boy ran to Mrll l.unRl"ft"1I room

, 1 that miserable soul ot 70Ura." remarked James Greene-wE'll. he should have griefIan7-" Colonel Cronin, of the property clerk'somee. and holding out the rIng laid claim to

bad bought a turkey for his Squirt"Among the '5 reward
Elgin. "I pave lived nearly fifty years, been provided tor. But I baTe learned "), of your friends saw you
4 Sunday dinner. Jle took It to the marine anlmalll are a very Then It that the
Luke Hammond, but, by the heaven the affair orougbl7 DOW, Henry EI- through the glass lid of your coffin WI'S re(111Iry of the
above u., .the most office anal placed It at 811 open window( large number of creatures 80 little rIng appealed to the hotel gue-sta i Aa
you are ( contempt.I a:1n. But to review the put, all unexplained continued Hammond. "I stood near...as
near the corrIdor. The Judge happened, interesting when that they most ual. The b'd
ibis knave unhaDged. grown up unu boy been In
to you, and that you may know the throng or sorrowing friends paned
"Thank EIjIn, .al very pass near Mrs. Lad
you "Uammond,1 what a man I am to deal with, let me around It ODe by one and I confess
In a cold, unmo1'4i Tolce. "You are I continue: that I trembled lest' the drugs 1'administered be eaped Cronin's turkey. lie quietly lumpy pctuees." eaY8 the London been a few days before .1\d\ In some

I w right tG use your:tongue sine. It must "WheD I found that you -Intended might ievive yoq too lOOn, seized It unobserved and carried It, Spectator "Tbey have no eYeB. 01' manner the ring slipped fro hIs toe.
S to his chamberl. lilt telephoned( to ears limbs but look like little Tbe child did
Deed exercise' after ao tong a repose"' to leave your property to lames or tall attogetlX'r If you bad revived, or not knew what bad

"lncredlblel".eJacu1ated EICID. 'TLIs GreeJH'oHeDI'T-'. your ant act wOllld have been to de-: Captain Martin that some one had fleshy tacks tied uP' tightly at the toll caught his toe ud at gut tried to

stolen n turkey from the property and fixed to rock the mud at the shake It off 10",
a- or
1 ; monster lneert att the misery' be baa Elgin again Interrupted him clue the existence of a will for which Flnall". made his way

'caused! to what;'extreme ot base wIth: I had searched In Ta1n. Had you died, clerk' olllce, and Detective DIDln was bottom. They are called tunicata. or to shore and, found lhl' ring securely

detailed on the Iase.! Jacketed animals and many of them banging to the toe. The
barbarity will cruelty reachl""To ,rInK had
your
"I never mentioned hIs name. I 1 feared the wW might be found b7
aD extreme Meantime Attorney Sbortall'bad seen ascidians or sackllke animals. \ for been lying In about two aDd a halt
Henry Elgin that .
,
told( you there lived a man whose father other hands and eyes than miDe. V1.
staff the turkey In the ..llldge's chambers. the same reun. More closely! exam- feet vf water.-ChIeagc TrIbune.
II compaaa mT purposes" replleIgaanmond I had wronged and that when I nally, the room In which you lay was
and thinking It belonged to the Judge, Ined, they do not become greatly more
-
with a face -
stern
grown died made Dan-
that man should be rIch- (cleared that I and my'assistants,
and hard 10 aD In.tAnt. be carried It to the bond and warrant Intereatlne. There I. aD orltlce at the Method In His Madneas.
that nearly an my property should goto lei and Stephen, mIght prepare the
:When I swear to Lpke clerk' office and bId it The Judge bad top Into which sea water comes: and A vlllitor In Sl. In\lJu was congratulating -
you IIam-
him And I told you thIs, hoping coffin for removal to the tomb. Then
noticed him, and soon had the gobbler another at the side from which It I W. I"\k.
mond, said ElgIn, In a tone( as lnaex- you would give up the thought of tryIn you were lifted from the con and Joseph the Dllltrict

Ible a. that ot his tyrant .tbltt after a to briDe about a match between swiftly and secretly removed 'to the bock In hIs chambers lie rang tor.a flows( out; and when cut open they are Attorney or-the city. upon the speed

year ot your torture and villainous my messenger boy and sent hIm with the found to be built up only ot a double with whIch he hart bMog the boodle
daughter and your son. I feared to tell whIte and Cold apartment prepared
turkey to Otto I1e"Uf'm8nn, atenographer jacket Inalde of which I. another Aldermen to trial."Speed .
treatment tar from
are a.
you I
gaining you the name of that young man.-leat for your re<<>ptloD. The como was
t In the cblet's olllce. A note ac- sack, rather elaborately made to pallll :' said Mr f'rlk
'Is
your al smiling
purpose ever canyon still retain -
you might learn alL I was a tool to filled with sacks of sand and entombed
a hope or moving( me to become tell you anything, but I thought you 10 your family vault In Oreeoe I companIed the turkey, purporting to currents of water from part to part, an excellent thing thing that will
come from .Johnnle Krclall, .Ioon-- and 80 to aerate the creature'a blood achIeve wonders. I
an Instrument or your avarice crime board the other
were an honorable man though I well wood CemeterT. I assure you, you
and infamy! No! Let my flesh rot knew you were a most avaricious aDd funeral procession! was very large an6 keeper, and wishing Heynemann; the and with an apparatus which passes day though of an Irlll ulan who expected -
+ I compliments of the sealln.( lIeYIle- on particles of food to a gullet and a
.' from mT bones, my bones Molder to ambitious one. I cannot divine why numerously: attended." too much ot speed, This Irishman

dust before your evil eyes, It you will so great a villain has not destroyed "Horrible "IUaln' exclaimed Elgin. mann called Krellla up 117 'pbone and stomach. It la a. nearly little capable was a paInter. Usually beIng paid by
but said: "I am awfully obliged, Jbnl1le) ; of thought or action aa It Is possible the he
never hope to hour worked rather
1 aeempUa( slowly,
your tile will 10 favor of James Greene, or Hammond nodded sneeringly, and
purpose! many thanks Krebs replied, not for a living animal to be. It has no but II friend one day found him painting
why Luke Hammond hat not murdered went 00: a
tri+ "Bah II. knowing exactly what he meant, eye. 01' nose or hearIng no like
r !
Words and wind, Henry Egin" !- me and forged a will In my Dame." "UntortQDatel7 for m7 plans, you afoparatull. away a aleam engine. The

.: said Hammond. "I shall tame "1 will tell ,you," said Hammond. recovered your consciousness and heal' "Tbat' all right"The bands or tentacles 01' no friend paused to investigate Bueh a

you yet There are other levers than t, JUdge then telephoned to Martin power of movement or 10eomotlQD strange malter.
"Atter you told me oC your Intention lag before> I suspected It, aDd overheard
that he thought neYI had stolenCronin's But It can its mouth and close It, I Ibe
mann ( open "Whal' "
ImprIsonment
1 that I may use to( move I resolved to discover the name ot the me telling Mra. Barker, whom I had come over ye, McGuire'
I' turkt''', Dlnon and Cronin and shoot a Jet of water from It. This 8ald 'Il ain't like
7,0u. you to work taatfaIt. j
;
house tr
young maD you wished to' make rich. Just introduced Into the '
"You rushed Into the chief's office and Cronin( being its only obvious action It has .'
are capable of
torturing me- This I failed to do-you held the secret search everything for the missing will
; that grabbed hold or the turkey "Whatare been fortunate In obtaInIng a popular 'Whillt: laId
savage you are! exclaimed Elgin. well. During the whole of your lmprisonment and bring It to me that I might do'stroy McG..n-e 'Sland sot
you haTe DeTer breathed It." I you doing? yelled Heynemann. name from the fact. The ascidlaDs are o' the waY and don't .thop me Ol'm

s."it would "Leot .0 10" turkey" Cronin and called '8ea squirts' ahtrhln' 10
be useless to torture the get through before me
bls "and
name. Failing to discover him "I remember: said Elgin, your
lady of a man like He7neIDann hung to the turkey, each "Unexciting though tile allddlan I. paint gives out,' "-San ADtdnlo f
you, Elgin, said confused Ex-
and beIng sure you had made a 'W1I1 1 words pot me on m7 guard,
Hammond. opening I, vociferating It belonged to him. Dinan when It hu come to years of discretion preS8. } '
peD-blfe and resolved t-o-( a. I wile; and when I opened myeyes ,
; ... paring his long, claw-like nail. "Dan. asked lIeynemftnn where be got It and It la full of Interest when Ita hIs-
Here Hammond It lInt words were: 'You spoke
r ''leI, you must be tired. It fll after paused. as even your He7ncmann replied "From Johnny tory Is considered from the 'days of it.tenderest A New French. 8chool 1
his soul revolted from a confession or a will Elgin; tell u. where we may, J
twelve Krel. Dinan called Kl'el.s by youtb. It. story exhibits '
o'clock. Send up There la In Paris
Stephen here, that 1 called a new school ft'.
must lower him still more It that and lt. for you are dying' ypu -
and do to 'JJhone and Kreiss answered that be one of the most dreadflll and striking to
you CQ bed See psychology investigate '
that the
were possible In the opinIon of his victim traitor, and thenceforward you have such que.-
,i doors and 1rtndows knew nothing about( lIeTnemanD's tar- morals ever Inferred by the unerring
are all secure ands known that I knew too much for the tions as mind readIng, mental suggestion .
) turn the key. lIe.nemonn collapsed and Cronin logic of the blolog'st' and the student
dogs loose In tile front at a distance
and "Polson "lIlaln Have clairvoyance
me: said Elgin, calmly. "I success ot your you pre-
rear." I marched proudly way wIth his recovered of human nature. It I. not what the sentiments automatic
have suspected IL" forged a will yet? wrIting, double
Daniel treaaure.-San Francisco Call. aacldlan Is, but what he was and what r
,' nodded and personality etc. Tills
departed In sifence. "
k "True resohed to remove 7U; "No, Aid n.mmond. "All m7 aphool, unlike rli
be mIght have been that furnish food
Luke Hammond then drew his that Inteltate search after will war, In vain.I moat assocIations studying these subjects
dying: your only child your -
..... .
chair to the 6atata"Judge" for reflection And a warning and example -
nearer the baa for
Invlllld --- Its
and con members
would be beyond .U dispute, heiressatlaw. dared not forge one while that re- medlcai
to men and' mollusks The lit.!
tinned: M. A. llurley'of Waulau almost
men
." mained a bidden mine beneath me, entirely whose profeaelon-

r "To torture ;your body Henry Elgin Mr. Elala grptned 10 great bitternets that might explode at any instant I dropped III 'nt, the Hotel Paster this tie a.cldlan began life full of promise al duties bring them In close contact dwtthwthese
'would only h"rden01:1' Dlorlllng 00 bIll way back from the Judging by Analogy, there wu almost often '
mind
for you of spirit For be remembered AI 1jn0raDt of the date of your wJllt curious phenomena

t are aa obstinate aa any martyr ever that during bis' caret six months or imprisonment feared' you might have executed It D dlrondacks. where he spent a few nothing within the range of Its possibilitles The members are followers of Charcot

'app burned .t the atake. But DOW that he had itolDt'tlmea wondered the very day you were thought to dlc. weeks In rest and recreation. "Aa I which It mIght not have aspired They claIm that most of these 1IOcle-

,you have Tour reason again 1 think I Ir his child had not consented Three or your aenante-I baTe dle- told a man at a hotel down In Tennessee to. It was born as a Dot very ties of physical research especIally '

r is may move you by torturIng your soup"e7 or helped to the deed He had committed charged them long ago-told me you some time ago:' lie said. .1111. Inferior tadpole, with every chance ofleading In England have produced no results,

"Vii1aID. said ElgIn, "to -bur you, a great mistake In Ot( having bad called them Into your .tudlo-thl. Is the Hurle. but the 'Judg'! part or I an active, and creditable life due to too much speculation and mys.terloull '
10
ClD, would think you had dot already It ha.n't come along( yetI am not a that stage and of passing on to a Interpretations whIch have
made her his confidant, when be saw apartment-that very day, and signing honorable led
tortured both m7 soul and Judge never was and never will bE'. more and distinguished status people Into error which
body Have that she-loved( Jfls Greene your name to a document which you Is more dim-
1 yon Dot, wasted my body by your drags ,, HI cUd PG1sqp. you" said Hammond affirmed to be your will, caused them bat somehow or other tile title has later. It It was eO' like,a frog tadpole cult to uproot than It la to propagate 3
that almost
aDd this Incarceration! Ia It no torture In a low w.18per( and aa pale as the to( amx their names as wltnel..a. J fixed Itself upon DJe and I cannot needed a microscope the truth. y)
tell the
'j to keep a man sick, weak.llaU-ataned1 sheets of the bed. dared not forge a wilL" shake It off It may be annoying someday to dlffl\l'ence.: It had a r

e' 11ft DG torture fD rack a mao'a body: "Ha. scoundrel! you confess itr! ex- "I drew up the wlll'P.elr:' laid Elgin I' like the title or general wee to wriggling tall, cord unlimited swimmIng Soldiers I" Spectacles: \
t .. II who introduced to old powers a spinal a mouth a head
Sand mind with Inlulta, bonds ;'and'blow. claimed Elgin. "Thank heaven: did not and man was aD The BrItish army authorities are
.. until his reason reels falls and !' Indian chief 'Umpb,' said the savage, ot course, a brain wlthan, eye and an going to try the experloien J
"What need to conceal It now? 1 It! I QLaJlow' :;,.
1n inside It and ;
% 'I lies dead. ,for six long months Out tell'you that you may know what a "I found It this morning" I[ are'you /general of Fort Wlnneb.l'oT'No ear Instead posse of developing( Into gills a Yet, InC soldiers whose) eight I., detectiTIt Iii},

? ,upon you and may God'i wrath hurl i man I am" "Ahl! The powers ot darkness you said the military /nan./ 'Umpb creaturq to( use spectacles,
which In the or
process etolution'might
yon to perdltlOD' I "A l1end! are you general of Fort noward? 'No r'' ,",
A demon I Satan himself serve aid you: groaned EI&ln. I I have vied with the activities l
!.y.ou bare a daughter, Henry Eleln.I ." 'but DO man!'.. groaned Mr. "You talk too much," .Id Luke ho again be replied. "Vllat are you baTe-been of Prof. Wllbelm Pfeffer, professor of) i)

,ba".h..yen bless her!:" tx."t .And ID the white. and cold 1I'clns his finger oil Elgin'.rrl.t, general ()tr 'I aID general" ot the mil1tla a circle frog, of or mollusks at quite least In the It upper turns botany at Leipzig bas won the OtWWabibruch

'clamed the nvaHd feneotJ7. "And always hinted ,that m7 child bad Elsln.1 "You are already quite exhausted." : was the repl" 'Ob, .boot. said gradually Into a creature little better prize awarded for the most C"

-1i' ;, ,.. beat 1A the Id I the Indian and turned awa"-MJlwag. Important contribution to science
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Tile fret time.when: .t night I wen(shoat been .hopI"8"If flew'014'TI. C-t roes the waste ]lap

a hocking the 'ciCIOn and windo_, everyp With a Irrh"'br Content and Joye aDd: I A_ Ii'.... ,
berr. relief be threw his "l'dhlm who walks the back
After .he clied. t teemed to Jock bee arms round bar 4.f. I gown
In thestsrred Iii en.,. snd'the homelesa out and dr.w "p( to l1ui 'Y p., .'gent c sa its streets and stumbles over all the flotsam i
air Then Ih..rilited!'! herself/! 6ppoAUe trim and Jetsam-fitt domestic Ufe till

:And lean her waiting (In her gentb .1' In a low chair here, the firelight fell block the narrow path and protrudt"

All through the night till the di.oonsolat.Llpnn onher taC'ef'Wlalrl' opt aU It, charm, from the mud of the unpaved waf. I

the threehold xbfee slept awake Lathe gzagu4Usgl tf ,ber, presence there seems to be positively DO u.e'

Such thmll'l the heart un bear.anQ, yet not I her'" husband; beenuie almost Happy for old tin ('lInl., beyond adorning' al.leya Reptiles aDd amphibians are lU&'Ota'. t7attllcted

.limit.W. D. 1011'1111.. ill once more.until the" memory of that ):' : To the ''liwan boy these disreputable -. 11) water, ,
n.rper'l1allaloe. letter came back to sting him; decorations ot the nlrrlt\Y' '

Suddenly he dab.1 her' , ..... streets'and country lanes were Dll1l1l1- ; I"owera haTe been'advocated, aall'
-- -" ---=-:. "Adele: were yoq ever 'tycfrkhi) : factored. filled and emptied solely', cure for cousumptlou b1 Dr lo'r.DU"
---- ... .t th. T..dly;. praise 'tbelr cooking -ui(',) cry'aud ask r
She ,ppcned'irideher'eyes! 8I1d ao..lowered -.f. them that they might be utl1lled aa deeorationa Bartlett III a paper which. abe re.d.h.-,
ake chicks to' a, dentist<< every, the men It .bat' all the) married
e ; 1 r > t tore the Botanical SocI.t7' ot +2'eslnaylvania -,
: alx' It' 70U can possibly manS for: .> for the tllU ot lonely and de'fen.eley ;

CircumstantialEvidence. "No deer: why 40 :you ask?' ace It. BZ the'rc.monl or, one ,or two ,,1wlIglnotlol1 i...the thlJ1s; that makel docs. To the Weary Whiles .
"Juat eurlolllltl; Then after apauee sad And .lnderll1a' Mikes-of the perlpatetie i +
side teeth, undue prominence( pre- a anan'whose'wlt. I. away at the Ilea.
he added: Dict you ever know mature decay II often avoided In the shore think of her fie worrying, our school ot idleness these same There Ja a 'I legend that the first !ace {

a maD named Tom cans come a. 'vorll'd! and assorted was made b1' ,a IIrk'lIo preserved. .a, .
Spencer front ones and It a tinT spot or decay the bard work he, I. forced to do;, end .
She laughed softly. And, fold1or'. her I. stopped' at; once a tooth ,,.lIf sometimes the wife draws pictures ot her husband colle-ctlol1' ot kitchen u1enall. To the beautiful bit of seaweed by''cetcbhngall

dainty"band.. replIed: Jut good for yeara. Many people wearing himself to a skeleton tblilklllIrot omnlverous goat they are a pnrtkuI8r the dainty' parts ot leaves and stems, j

"Nltw I am Indeed 0\1 the rack Why think It Clulte unnecessary to visit a her absence.A. kind or ambrosia provided b1' tile gods to a pleee of linen- with fine thread

BY ESTIIER MAYNES. torture my iDoccnt soul with the curiosity dentist until toothache'. 'as 'an UD' oman strike breaker. was conspicuous along with the hewlpap. raga stud '-

to know the reason for placing pleasant reminder. 'fhte i. a mistake!, at Cblcap among the workers //ltrlngs that form his dally diet. German medico I journals are.,Tf'COIJloo' ;
-..... me In the wltnelll In aU theee the tin hu mending as a remedy for appendkltlswalkingon /
------- boX? and often means the lOll It-w-tootb Imported to the stock ,.ar4.. She phases can '",'
At her Irrelevant answer his doubts that might have been saved rr It'bileS : Ie iJarr1et IIeaton. and she came from Impressed whatever person took the : all tou,. ,twent, minutes

O'BERT J.lALCOLU had rose again ,and be rather sternly repeated been attended to eariler.O1r1. Cleveland to go Into the 'ewplo or the trouble to think about It at all., fyut fef\ tour times a day t .The I exercise: ?h

I never been called ..Dob..bT his question, with a request for -- 'I, Armour' Company a. a forewoman In have ever paid particular attention to strengthens the abdominal muscles,
7'1RT 11 dIrect reply! the economic value of lOch cast oft '_ t" 'I
any one, until Ida recently Watch Your IJp..hl the labeling t'Om. She came In 011 a T
acquired wife with a coquettish "Tom Speocer-Tom Spencer-where Whet old-faahloned folk: called: trAin over the Lake Shore whichbrought m.terlal. The elrect.ot blue 11gbt'll1 reducing' f

preteo.e ot abyud'ea have t seen or heard that name" she "trlcka" of apeeeb or Intoner are deplorably -110 men for the compan1.- A recent Dumber tlr the American. Inflammation dlmlnlahlng'1I0h'. pro- II J

uau 110 addressed him querIed softly, aa It to herself. "I eUl-to assume and extremely Cincinnati Enquirer. Machinist tell or a disposition Gf .:d mound absorption ot morbid setretoons "

He 'had known her but a abort time certainly don't know any Tom Spencer difficult to break olr. Several to which Girls, please oou't attempt to put tin cans. boilers!' and such thLngs, that and curing diseases. ot the akin,

when be won hpr. And now. at the but I believe I hAve jleard that girls are more or less prolle'11re: these: your experience against that 9t a smacks ot a spirit ot economy belonging has been Bhowu b7,several recent' -1',.'

end ot IIlx bllsatul months. be was nome somewhere" Repetition ot d sentence or the point ota wOman much your senior; assume the I more to the transatlantic countries searches,

IOlttlng III hiseplendld library I "And now you deaf, cross ogre are I story. telling It over sitn alm\\>>st In languid airs that seem, to, be born of I than It does to wasteful AmerIca Near ,-

Indeed and miserable and gloomily per. there'any! more conundrum for me! the same breath; tbe usage ot''rou indifference: Jut 011 AU affected drawl I New York City there I. A factory for The Ru..laDs' are ,ezperimrnttog: '

I'YI'Ing tile embers! ot a grate tire and Because If you have finished, I ;w111 know" or "don't you know," for em- with the 'Idea that It denotes higbpoclal i making/ weights for window sashes with a. "water-cl d battieabl.1 which: ''

tty11lJ: to persuade him lie-It that the 1(0 and dress for dIDl1er." pbasls and beginning a laugh with standing. I and elevators anj! ballast for boats, b. an upper deck ot cork: and a, second

shadow wJII'h threatened! to wreck hll lie laughed ant"atebed" her mop' such baste that tt entangles Itself In and the raw materlal.uaed I.' composed deck of armor The apace between the

future could be explained It pear throgh the door the epeecb'an4 the final words are delivered Aa.Ter. w_.. to w.... almost entirely ot the tin cans: from two cap be filled wIth water; Ihea tb.

only be had the courage to uk away her. A month passed and /during this time III a giggle. AU UI'H! and Women are discussing today an Interview the waste,beaps of the dty. ship Loats A foot under tile .ClI..IUr-. r

OIL coming home that afternoon he Robert Malcolm trIed to detect a flaw similar mannerisms may be more readily just given by Governor Edward The cans a. they are brought! 1\1 are ,tare ...

bad gone to the altUng.room and bad In his ",lte'l devotion to Justify him I dropped! In youth than later In Ute, Warfleld Maryland. who declares placed on a great wire screen covered! -. ,

found I: empty!' Turning to leave he ID the doubt which would creep 111 I and every girl would be wise to watch that from twent-tour to twen- with crude oil, and then set OD fire to The average annual 'IruPortai! IIII or .;

caw a piece of note paper lying the whenever lie thought ot the letter. But herself lest she fall Into them or theIr t-all: years la the proper age for a loosen the dirt. burn the .label.. and foreign corn Into France for the last 'f,
: on
floor, at though It had been brushed off It was III vain that he sought aD explanation llke.-Phlladelphla Inquirer, woman to marry says the New York melt the IOlder. The large sheets are three years were 14.000.000 bushels.
In her maDDer. There was Telegram smoothed out and sent to trunk ral"- ot which the Argentine "epul/lle fur ;
her desk she
to aa rose In a burr1. In nothing bout her to atigplt that chatnplea .r w....... IU..bt. lIe made the statement In addressing torles to be tacked over the corners al.bed an annual average of 4,2x0,000: ( ( tfi
fltooplll replace! it hie
the two worda Deer. Tom.eye" caught wealth bad palled upon her or that On August 4 German women eele- the graduates ot the high school at ot Saratoga trunks or'to button' factories bushels Roumanla 8OOO( loll the

Tom I Could It be that there Dear wIthout poverty and Tom Spencer her brated the seventieth birthday of Ma.thilde Wilmington, Del.. recenty, and tol- where discs are cut from tile United States 2,900,000., j

was a Ue was a blank. She was a. ever airily Clssen;Scbmld. author and lowed It up with the fcllowlng re- sheets and ,covered pith ,cloth The '
dear Tom In her life of whom he knew affectionate dalnUI tyrannical: champion ot 'oman'a rlghta She. was marks: smaller cans are ,submitted to great The new :Belgian military system j'

nothillg"De-or' ?Tom-If The letter I read: flippant and serious In one breath born in 1834 In the little village ofWfldenfels "My advice toklrla I. not to marry pressure and made Into the weights established on the, baala,of voluntary ;

were to bo asked with that ooillftlllte Tarlet)'" which washer (which Dame she has assumed too early. 'If asked the age when girls referred to. conscription, has already proved falls

why I am writing to :you I should greatest charm ODe night whenthey as her non de plume), and after should marry I should say from twen.ty.four ,, Such revelations set one to thlnt ure. Notwithstanding the active et-

JUIYP to admit that I am yielding! to an bad returned from a'' danee he attending the higher acbools In Leipzig to twentysirThe latter was lag when the elevator crawls toward torts or the EDlI.tment'' Committee '

inlpulae. My whole lIe hu been made decided to make a full confession tG she settled In Rl111S! lie a tl'achu.! the age of Alra. 'Var.lleld when I mar- the top ot a high building just how but few volunteers. have come. toro.:

up of impulses, and I never battled her and to uk her for au E'xplaflatlon. I On her return abe published her first clod her, and 1 have said tOJD1' daughters many Uo cans It takes to lift cacti Individual ward during t.... 'lut year, '

with them but once-alas. the very She bad thrown herself Into IIn easy novel "In Russian Circles" which was that I IIbould.not give my consent aDd how many hundred are -

time I should hll"e rll'lded. You know chair and looked even fairer than us- followed by "Genre Pictures and to their marriage until they arrive at I compressed 111 the weight which some- ab..pa. ,... y...... Cat..

well what I mean that night :you re- ual. Sketl.'bea" Madame ClaaE'n-Scbmld that alfe.. times slips its hawser and goes plung A man wh llvea out ni.rTakoma

.0IlnC'ed Inl!'. renounced me while your Making a final effort Se began. and ilia's bUllied herself very much with "Marr1age for the purpose of settling fug down behind the window casing, Park hat a cat which Jte mllltalna:; ,

blood wee 011 fire with lore for me. rapidly be told her all-all about the women'lI affairs especially! female ros- a daughter In lIff 1s. a. a rule a failure to let the sash fall with the suddenness as twice a. Intelllsent art &:do8'8I1d'

which I knew nod felt and ret'11I1'd! in. letter his doubts and despair and the tume. Among her many (woks on this and an unhappy one. No, parent and ot the unexpected on the bead Gr quite as traillabit'

when your eyes: dumbly begged! me to unhapplneu he felt "' ''."''Ter be subject may be mentioned "l<'emaleCoatumPraf'tl..al. especially 00 true and loving mother some romatlc Juliet leaning out towards "You shall see," be Aid" (be ,other

refuse to be renounced! and your lips thought of the matter. While he was Conventional and will wish to push her daughter Into ; her IDtat1hrftd Romeo, night, "that Cheeps wllifollow me

told me It would he better to pllrt. Ab, talking ahe wu' looking down and Aeatbetlc." In 1800 she helped to matrimony before she la toll1' matured Economy la a characteristic new to wherever I "0.' Cheeps loves me alld' ..

I If I hnci only yielded then! to the iiipuler twisting the rings on her!' slender fingers. found the 'I.elpzlg League of Feminine aOli' fitted for the grave responsibilities AmerlcaDs The country has always Ie Dot'IIapP1 It separated from me

to tell you 1 loved you' well When be finished! .she looked! up Writers" She 1a alllO an active'spirit ot married 11ft" Girls just out ot been ao l lavish In Ira supplies that "Cheepar'! be .houte4., "Eltty: ,. kitty.,

PDOIljh to chore your Iwverty! and the at hIm with a slow amused smile In the "General Society lit GernialsWomen. \ school are not equipped for the ordinary wastefulness has been second nature Come, Chet>p.."

tallil of coring for your poor b..lplpas creeping over her face., ." household duties ot wives' and to most ot the eople Tbe marvelous Cheeps cam. iT

father! How well I remember!' that "Now I understand those queatlona -- for the cares sad trials of motherbood. growth In population In the past quar.ter ."You see. dO\1't you'" laid the man
dear delightful, cruel ..It. W..... 0' Ruscl..
Bummer In asked about Tom after leaving school bu different phase. will ,
you me Spencer. They should century put a proudly "Cbeepl now follow .me.
Dorkll/! f'COrdlng to Dr. Wolf yon Scblt"I'
Yee. that was the l1ame-and I know spend some time with theIr parents on the sltua trOD, and DOW various economical To heel, Cheeps to heel."''
"You conic, deer and you stepped why the Dame seemed familiar to nJe." brand writing In the Delineator the giving their parents the pleasure ot I schemes are; being rapidly We strolled along and p'esentty tIte; c cman's _

Into 111:1": heart with that Srst smile on "Well. what of Tom Spencer Who !curious 1he and app)lling discrepancy between their companionship and learning some.thing brought Into el1ect.: This reeDcratlO\1 wife said .t,. -

your brave sunny face. Then attt'r. II JIC?' lot the gra'\1I dame ID or the everyday work that will of old tin cans Is one ot the moat inter"eejjng "Bob "here' :your cat?!'

word, Aunt Sarah when I told her of "lie III a creature ot my own Imag.Inatlon. Russia and that of the women or the be theirs a. wives. and at the seine time ore of "Follo"loC me," laid Bob" ;.

our betrothal, said In her icy sneering' and: once having: created!' middle or lower classes is the result. 'The girl who marziea: too earlymisses the moat saving ventures. :Memphis We all turned.o. Cheeps ,waao't fOj:., 4

tones: 'I conrratulate: you upon :Jour Tbomaa I atralghtwoy forgot him. not 110 much ot greater: wealth lIa a many of the pleasures ot life. Scimitar lowing. ,Cheeps bad gone back'hem.

dlal"r..tloll. It II II fitting thing tbot When you naked me that day I complete reveregl 1 of standards Tile She'.is doomed to spend her youthful -' --.-.. and was asleep 0\11''the' (rout porch,

you hollitl marry Tom Spencer and let wondered where I had beard the RualllaD aristocracy Is cosmopolitan 'da1a'in the trying and taxing, cares The Does E..aped. Cheepa'"AI a. eat and not mInded to>>
you enrly poverty be merged Into .. and Its women ate like the women Gt '
lIame. of motherhood and household duties. :Among the enthusiastic sportsmen of tag: after anybodyLWashingtoa Post: e, '
middle nued, and elderly! po"erty. Aa the powerful advancing nations ot with broken health and run down ot Philadelphia l-
"Wbllt do you meant'! he: demanded. the Police Department
Western
Tom 81)pn..er'a'wtte you will have the "Only this, Bob-but first :you mast In Europe 00 independent force, nerves, before. she bas,paued' Out' other I. Spdclal Officer I\eltt.: ot >the Jeatal.C a WllI\d..,,
leading and '
society eSII'e8Ue'tflfeibot
satlefactlon Gt knowing that :you ba"ebefore promise not to laugh at me:' She ( ;' teens, ; Twent-thlrd.dlltr1ct. tie I. recog- ne' weighed'abont' 200 pounds" and. '
the women' the bulk
you au..h"a life aa your mother ot: the nation ,.toot tlellete ::111 :nlorrloa'a and would nlsed aa' shot ot DO' mean ability .
lies stopped. looked at elm ,Anxloualy" De ate'" tll1 Oriental and more the a looked to b. a giant 111 strength. As I
led only Intensified; alnce your nodded! Impatiently and she went on."Some' !elans than the .helpmatea of their like to, see every man and ;woman and every time be returns from a hunt lie sat down'ln'' a seat of'a Delawtlr.alld' .
life- will be
eneumberrd by.bls belpleas time>' alO"I'conceived ot being !Jaulbaod.., _Tbe- conditiont.of, these mated 10 congenial C'Ompanionsblp for :lDg trip his friends prepare'.to listen hudson car"a dell att I looking

paralytic old father: IItl'rar1.! I thought out a story and decided I II miserable; ID Its degradation life. but I am"'oppoled early aDd to,talea about wonderful shots, One woman leaned over and asked It b. "

"Tom dear do Dot utterly despise! that I noulqdepnrtytrom the 'IwomeD and hopelessness, As the author thoughtless marrla e.. or the latest told by Keitt is thl.'' would be kind eDOUlrh'tO raise the ,111.. 1
me when! I tell that bwOl'da bad (con.'eludes
roll usual 'routine and have It told In a "Thelr outlook "I was tblrty-elgbt when I married "'I was out hunting ducks a fewweeks dow at her aide. U. answered .itt the
and their
their' "'I'I It h t. I'did riot. fear the pov' series! "ofiletters.\ You got hold ot the !jportuniUes' seem to be lea advanced opo and my wife was twelve years myjunior. : ago wheel I had al1 experience! affirmative and, then started to"tll"_'
arty, for I knew you bound to
gere I called We are happy and contented which was never equalled In all m7
beginnlu o the atory. 'u anel their social status lower The window lIeVft" moved and the
on a plane
suc'c'eed !It only dear one. you were: a"'IIJ': that day'. and never thought than In almost other European' wlth'1IIur lot. and have four children hunting days I wu bright aDd early Important man rot redJID"tbe ..fue.n. ,

not hampered In your career by your again of'my.literary enrure." "' any -three girls and one b07-all "igorous III the mornlllg to get shots at the said something about the tar bulk'
'Ouptr1.<<
fathrr I knew you '.o.re. fond ot him, lie drew'' b"rlp;: to him, and then And healthy physically and mentally. birds while they were getting break' era and then informed the 'woman that +#

and that while hI' lived tou would keep with his IIrllle around her he linked Ina PI.... d. r-he, Hence, m7 reuona foE advocating i fast I bad good luck for a tllue and the window cooldn't be r.laed. lIe

him wlll1 you-that even I Influence to Ipnd him So
!
yon away "Adele will'you forgive mef" for your late afternoon drive. TIle high I decided to take only a few more few moments later the trainman, who.

whey :rou told me we h4d better part For answer she put her arms round white cloth jacket III aWl In high tgvor 'I shots and then get m1' brl'akfaat.!' Suddenly weighed about'aa much .a' a jockeys

I 011"1'1,1 no.proteatntlm, I kupq yourheart his neck And then replied!' softly: but a rival has arisen 10 the beautiful r ZZF a Dumber ot ducks flew up; and. the ,car aDd the 'oman' appealed t"entered

wos acbing and that you needed! "I( you'U promise never to doubt meagain. pea..b-COlorl'd! broadcloth called b1 the by mistake J grabbed a rifle whih I to' him to raise the'window Q.

'olllforting words from me: I knew I ." Importer 4uer de pecbe"llteraUytlower II 1SbimN had In the boat instead ot my sbotpo, reached In with one band and wltboot, _
J.1111 only to speak one word to breakdown "; 1 noticed the mistake one>
the Before
'l'he'promlselalld 'orcl"e01e81wpre ot the peocb. apparent exertion sent the stubborn
tile barrier and have you take clIsummnted( 11one'l long kiss.A The cloth Is the tint ot the Inside ofa duck was directly over me and I do'cided window ap with blngr' Tbt" crowd
mp to heart forever I did net -
your week la'ter. In local Robert to have a chance with the rile, maD' ''
a paper then looked' at the fat : "land'
speak flint ,,'ord, Though heartcriel ripe peach warmer!' than white, but The narrow'belt'ls a thing ot the
.my good In the sunlight f
Mnlcolm happened 011., the following: not Ducks can't see very laughed Journal,
actively yellow noJ' pink. It J. not plat. 'asalpAltan7! ,
'
out to you I could" not tell tou
but I pulled the trlgg''rot
"Dorklng, April 23-Mr WHilompE'n..pr. just as "II '
that I loved rOil ,,'('11 enough to.ahare ;ao much colored! lIS champagne. bat Ja The newlt."JE'a call for button trim- obscured .
old and respected citizen the shooting Iron a cloud
an !
liked 01 being "olr" the wblte. A. J.lbe 1S..t. ,
tour burden J did jot speak; that of tills C1t1; died yesterday aftprnooll. .ming. the sun. and this Is what saTed tile '
word. I am married now. 1\Iy\ busbucd A loose bait-long wrap or "lIf'ur l1epeche" Panne velvet belts arc shimmeringlypretty. .q'lJe Apropos ot the return or Lord Dan'....
duct: I otter.
The deceased had been lIulre"erfrol1l lIfe ot the was
long n
1 lover me. anti I om rich beyond doth Is lined with satl1! to anddodged donald many people may not know;; !..,t
rifle ball coming '
my fondest .spp'tntlonll. I have all paralysis, but hts death was unI'Xp'cted. match There ia a seam 10 the centreor Plenty ot bastistg la used and any fowl saw, It.the IIonelt-Pblll1delphlr! that there I. lathe Blink ot' ]:n I.Dc1 '
lie leaves ono son. Mr. "
those things which luxurious and loose back, and others under the amount of lacl! a l1000 note which recalls' lai! memo'
my. TbolJJo\ Spencer, with whom he lived, arms. The coat has plain sleeves with .f' TelelT ph. odes ot the first Earl ot DUIl.lol1.Jd.,
rxpensive tnlltl'lI ('ro, ('CI-y et J aID not Jeweled lace Is to b.) used for yokes;
to mourn his loss. turn back cuffs and II fastened down After being jCllllTaCfd land'on afalsd
(1IrC1I\'pll. I tablle and
hlll'P Tills 18 indeed my fronts. Different aIade 01 :O.'f' joined
tile front quite simply with pearl buttons accusation, be the Ilra' .
11'nl' one. You know now-e"rrl word Braided handles In brown tones appear Five klnda-ot days are recoul<< Pd, :
In thlll rrobl.m or .411 Etlquette. the size ot a quarter dollar, ar- slUan navy, atte'r service with Chile,
letter- has told you-what you on the fewest tan bag. and It baa been! said that the \forti"dal" '
fire' to IIII' You will 1.0t11lsulldpr- It 13 1111 ancient custom 10 Rungary ranged In pairs. Between the buttons and wu its Ant admiral
baa DO real meaning without
are loops of hussar In white To match costumes In various shades In ISH be sentenced lea
IIlandyolI111 not come to \\Ie. It Isover that when a medical candidate has braiding I was year's
tin adjective defining what kind ot Ii '
Tom pnssecl, his examination with distinction silk attached to frogs of the same at there are bogs ot mottled Ileal. imprisonment and to pay a ,'JiDe' 'ot>
.
1111< day la meant. There Is a civil day the
here the writing ended" abruptly and the doctor'a degree II conferred both enda. Crushed velvet and velveteen belts astronomical day the apparent solar 1000. The money was collected 11) his
Hoh..rt Malcolm sub auspldls regis he should The hat to wear with this coat It are among the novelties for lIutumn. ednstituents at Westminster, 111 penny'subscriptions. ''
was a loyal man day the mean solar day ADd the 81I -
and though the evidence was ai llnat receive! from the Emperor ot Austria of peacbolored! felt very fine aDd Chameleon taffeta I. the modern' dereal day. The civil day begins lit VeT7 much: 8141I1at'III.' '

her be rl'tua",1! to believe his wIfe (lUng of Hungary) a ring bearing the light ot weight, 110 as to be suitable name for the old-fublWed Shot silk.: the midnight preceding mean noon. :w111. h. paid the fine with a 1000( ( ( bank

guilty I of all thAt the letter Implied. initials "}o"' J" set In brJIIlants. After to, the season late August 01. early au- Dust cloaks are now regarded A' deserving I and consists of twelltT.four hours note OD the back or which be'wrote, ;

110 told hlmllplf that If lie dared to II certain time he Is admitted to. present tumn. A wreath ot very tinT Marcebal or u much attention u the counted after 12 o'clock: the astronomical rI submit to robbery to protect: melf''

ask her for an l'plRnation she would his thanks In person to- the Soverelgn Nell roses Is let directly about the' frock themselves ... day begins twelve hours titer from murder. In the hope bat I shalfliTe
give In ronn\'f'U\n\ with this CUII- ridge lettoy the sunken crown and aJong to bring the d611nQ"cnt. to uattc." vLondon' ,
It. nnd It Would be latlsfRctOry!
The bird of paradise plpmes will dI- the civil day. or at the mean noon or
bow of block velvet ribbon It set '
To tOOl n curious problem recently exercised Gra hlc.
nak her to confess a dishonorable vide favor with the ostrich feather dur- the corresponding f'lTII'cla7.. l.'lUI)
at toe back. The felt bat I. faced ,
the mllld of a doctor who
set nlllo to confess lock ot song a reckoned from 0 to :!.J. Jt
the
hours !
lug are
coming .eallon.
/
was serving his time In the army a. a with white taffeta heavily stitched sarmlag ". Loo... aefil..
111 bpr. I
"one 'olunteu." :Being Invited topresent with peach-COlored .1Ik.-K&1V Raven Chenille braids in various colon aDd will be seau therefore. that while 30( At Farlndon. Berkshire farming! _
While he there the door ;rear
was IIlttlllar himself before the Emperor be Register! -"-'--- In shaded effects wlll figure largelyIn hours 12 minutes. January 1 aatro- Jtae been railed to a acieuce. George
opened nol&'ll'uly.! A slight girlish .. :o'oT"Do.dol. next gcpson'a mlllller1. nomlcal time Ia also 10 hours 12 mtnutes Adams ot the Royal Prist' Farm Wadley -;
greatly puzzled bow to do so. for
was
'ftg\lTe and
thick
stole the carpet
across Cb.t.qarrled AIl-o"er Japuary 1 civil time, yet 22 house, farms some .woo aere.o, ,,
shirred effects
the latest
behind hla cbnlr. Two soft small hands on the one hand ftI a prIvate soldier are ""
hours 12 minutes January 1 astronomlcal '
said halt
women meD without which about bolt'i. arable
his shako while manage comers 10 beltdom Some
were before his and a lJe ought to wear on are on an
clasped eyes time. la also 10 bourn 12 minutes from :00 to .v0;
aking known how they do It pasture. lie employs
doctor or be have of
voice the other al medicine elasticframeotbets,, ; a piece
"Chle8s wblspcrl'tl! : 'I should carry bla bat under his arm "A woman 'disposed to. be Insolent elastic! at the back. a. m.. January 2 civil time. Tbcre'I laborers. milks I\O\ ) cows .daily. keeps ;
who la!
'T It wonders why so many persons dislike I are many anomalies growing out of about forty Shire proud mates'i score tof
he eoan.el ofhla
11111 heRrCsove i gr'Rt' bound and In his perplexity sO\JWht It the tad1for ornamental ,JeaUi'r
of the civil and there
ber this use day breeding sows andfront,8000. to f.-, ,n
he and kissed colonel who after careful conald.cratlon. really prevallll III the fall a. some i "
tooft hands down as '
,tip taor'ot "
The woman who decorates her face are many arguments gsingthe I)00) ( laying hens. grows about 11100 tf&
fol- .
thpm. satisfied with delivered! himself otI the serf one as ,well be turned out at I
Floalln u' It may
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day to
I I reels sure JlO one but she knows It.If I' one acres, ot grain, besides attending J,
what lJe saw. be asked: lowing opinion: I the ,.,omeo'. clubs really had ,the the book binder's and. pave dODe. reforms which undoubtedly will come other multlfarloaa Items ID the orc1J- \
to In i
':I "It the Emperor speaks
"Ha'e you been shopping. ? which lathe regulation you lao exciting times they are reportecS" to Every taue ct mauve and every .Olll time.-. ) ondon ;Tlt: Bits, nary"conrse ot 'farm practlef'\ About
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...... She seemed! surprised at tbl trivial German ] 'It w" '1AceorIibg .4 .4gMewspapers, shade of brown mixed with yellow And 1000 acres ot meadow lta7'';, berveet..
question ,f.hpwing l eoclosely upon>> the lfUage ot the army. you mat here would tHi a w 1d ddl'npede: after green figure on the dresses and In tile A.atrlaa kb1 G......... 'tnDUII1l7;" All ,tbe'work:, 1'catting tCarrying

scrutiny abe had undergone, aDd said: yourself a. a plain
., "is that all. Mr Bluebeard Grael- and yoU "m head.therefore But ab"ould teep It Ia up .to the homely girl to culls.vate wJlU. II the leading hue., school gardens exljf-In'Austria, not 111.- work;;:;.;-Loudoa xlt.B1t.,.:' -

OUR. bow J'cn scams me.: I..!turCtoo: to shako on you address In a disposition which will 110 Irradiate Women who like simple clothes eluding the fII.ter JlnSdODl 'ofIIun- ., ',, ; ,, '. !
Majesty you
bear)'ou.1i1 .epulebi lt ne.. 'Wo- Imperial that he In Jl her ugliness tllat'lt Is trane-. would like to flee tq a desert bland vuUt cal'7' Then ,art'Wnlle ted-ltb': Otlt' ,Daring the sevea'years'' ending'1009"-

man There, II guilt !n'70ur'' facewbere gailan. this of medicine means rather sees than:,& nj formed IJItGmlDr beauty.'Some the Dlrectolr, styles wIth their private, and public schoolsaddd. art the Prusalan. Stats paid i800,0001* behitlt -, "

;:.'" have you bIdden the body r a doctor therefore women are 'so 1Il11"eIIaqnabl.-I midUpllclty or ens. revere sad used for purposes of practical IDstrue, of art 'Of this anal $170.000 'W'Mt't.e .

ctt, :And Inatead, after that soul-.arching. me;,' IInd.and you"-London must lobe... --.1 Uto.)/ ,that .Lea' their husband aeb1aI17 H.qUeYe paNed by, lion JD borticulture and tree cro1rlD "' the Alatlocal Gallery_ III B.rlin.o_ 'Jt'!

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4' r. ra4aNONu NO. U The capture of the city, known by

rveu.esn .vn\ ..AIDA"Otftt8 the view former. ILI.dthe inhabitants surname' of thereof.hl'h all I.Leke I.. have Just finished taking our t ti

v;, .... VAil!')' liut-tte Ihllttlllar! bJ' the. lJoV'j-Ut1I wasafrvl' this J
LletllNgEodcEULA VuVNTY. FL t. f.abl.oQ. The 1'ribe of 'Levi on mat
.hailing their forces. nut many rods.
w. L ILUIUS. Editor lllil Proprlelor. distant from a. certain wire fence '
;- erected, by lobe Gentiles for the purpose j'i ANNUAL IN\lENTORY": '
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a.Entered teraaad.slot atthe matt Pooo.o1fto.mows.ri KUsimmN of protecting "their herds and flocks :
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from the Invasion of divers cattle 4 '
aubso wll pte.we. DoUf,the omc.-u found that. the Patriarch who had be- '

j ", the7 All lantoaetthepaperregul.rly.oommuolc..Unu. .sc..t from' out .uu.or'l loret'me' led. his children through the and find that ve are ,0'tittte overstocked ttt some lines,' in ''or
roundabout
that theta
danger
Is.d r"'JI0040' muH: dosed' eDcomp..ss 1der
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...:: b.1 was R.e1..t.e4malAer, Dot b. retuned unless I Incaoacirated from further venturing to reduce stock in those lines, w'e will offer some very aftractive -

iA paned TaeedltorI.notresgm.lbleforoplotousear 'or. on such service, they therefore.nt. '
( ;f}++, pred ..."......"" .... him unto the camp of the Klsslmml'lt". prices on "
I" e w ..h.r\loI"l rau+sm.y,b.. bad ns,.ppll..tloD. Ices ( a tribe friendly to the Levl.ltes ) : ;::1

JUTJt8.. there to dwell mid the peace and! plenty

ODe ,.SVU"CJlIM'ION one . .,. .:. , ...$1.00r of that mighty klan until such times
ClOp" year '
r, Onecop.ela' month. ..... .. ./111 as his followers could /prepare 110 sult' .
l 'i vI paeoopy.threemooths ." ::LSP able encampment for his lutur dwelling Furnitur : !
vl&<'e. After lobe Patriarch had Mattings.Mat }

'rlday, N'ovl'lUlX"r 4, 1MW.'i departed'active prepnratlons) were Ie .
4 : ------- gait fur a forward moventeoL After
a number oC collftultatl and mature
y Higher tHan SheaWl: higher than deliberations IL was deemed f'xIII.llelitun 1 1Leggins
t' nolloway; higher than the state eoXI'CUUve account uf the water CenilnnlCa- tresses Comforts
'r committee; higher than the party, Lion hetwl"4'n the wo points. lit issue to Hunting Coats .,
k 4l are the children of the Male. In se' avottt the II1lytake that I'lloroull 'made ,
1 r f; letting the head of tile school aYMIt'm In his. iliad rush UI1 the Iced SelL au instead .
their Inwrt'sts should tM' coneidered.j of Imlt.ullnlC the rash ...111.110..1.Iyof . '
' They, Indeed, constitute. the paramount that ........kltr.fonlll't'h. they dt'clt1..d Guns and ){
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1&aue.K'1I11Io Bannt'r. Iou send f''II' a van guard Crockery
' ==:_= = with urders; .; tu; carefully In..ct, the ,
: } The I..ke City ludex says: Some approaches to the destined point and
it.. 9 Idea of why Live Oak Is forging ahead report to headquarters anyl 1 ubbtaclethat t '
la told In the aclvertlsln.c columnR of might require) uddltjun 1 o..t'n I
its papen. Tile Democrat carries a for l'Cementy 1.0 O\.t'r..llle., lI.Ilh char- .FORTHE. NEXT 30 DAyS. ;
t mil page each from two uC its merchants; lots each drawn by four stalwart oxen . ". . .
Ilfteen others carry 110 half page each and divers "Iher'kln oC 'beasts oC
r aDd besld6 tb 18 other busineas men Ir. burden the devoted hand left the. lIIulll I i
yy pacell fill up over three t ages more. body and proceeded with slow and
Tb8ot' why Live Oak" Is outstripping, measured tread to ,'lirrout Iheurdera" GRAVES & GRAVES.r
t some 01 the other. 1,0"08 in the sectlos.L delivered unto th.-In. 'rlle wild ieastsof I -' ,

-Lake illy rndex__ the> desert. sullenly retired! iefore
== this aclvalll amid) the deer" and the
t \ See that a negro pugjltat gamed turkey bled from the .8PIII''II'h or these I
Po Johnson l Is complaining loudly that J. r
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uliwelcunH' diurrtert.of, th"II' peueefuIavoeatioIIaa -"'-
J. Jefferies, heav weight champion, ... rrr -
) hilt wish the IAn' l on their oes
has drawn the color line and reiueesi side and the ",,-wl1lll ill liand. theylanded - -
to him a IiRht. Inaamuch a8 this hours
five after many weary on --M1' KNM1M'K1tiNN11'KNN N11
on the part of MI'. Jenrira involvea the c..nllnodlon cud fertile "hOI.t'1I of
+; the fourteenth, tICWtonLh and ell the land lAnd found the inhabitants .
; premised
.. 4d the other amendments magna "h"rtu" '" thereof prepared) to receive WARING & OYERSTREET GROCERY CO. fool a greet many ,people I
r the bill of rights, dt'Ct''lJl'd' wife's sii'a ,- them with up.en' handed hospilUIiL}' )'i"I: unreliable fertilizer
ter bill, jurisprudence. the ngo oC and a mPHM'IIj.t"11' immediately dispatchcd will never hr resorted 10 1
, i Ann, liberty of the 8ubject Larl"" on .i Ltl tire main b tdy : the r"II.rt.It'li"o..tI R. D. WARING. MGR. :' ' lOt' have nothing ear

+:, g ooonsklns reciprocity and the pursuit by this IIIf'S".n'r! or glad l lt : -0-= -. -- --_ _ _- =cIi : __ I tar, sell and no need to roao)
! of happlnf'Ms.e move that the mailerp t tidings would co""ulue more spoee ' or I.N'I..n.t> to 41
,' be referred Colonel Roosevelt Cud than scribe\ wOllld wish ."0\1. t Jill' scientific knosl .
,your to make thnsinuutr
'f Booker Washln ton for atlju,trnt'IIL. the soil and climate ,
and gin
/ use of 01' J'e edttar would wish tor Fancy Famill Groceries l
l: ,'
-New York ;vening Telegram put In print, suffice/ It to say that it Ii i IIzel'lI R auleriority, ui
y,. = = "'- - required l lIi igb unto the apace tiC oneweek In the /If'J.1.. Send for 01
; THE HOLLOWAY TRIAL.j to detail In full all that was "ookl"l on feelilizcrol high
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and Fresh Meats. 1 .
pall for .11'\ "011"1,
.J j We have received the following made known unto the 1..II..I's) of the i ,
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'. clipping frolD11') \\'. !'of. Uollowu)' IA. \'i-iw" coil sultat ions >were now held FERTILIZER MTG CO. .
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;ca, with the l"t'questtha.L It 00 publi.hedIn a... to the mist ""I tied lent methods! of r
;v \ the Valley Gazettl". While We transporting their numeroub. the'ks S All Kinds; of County Produce Taken to, Exchange for Good" i (;A I" :s\'II.IF:. ,fo'LA.

Ar4; ; shall nOL vote for Mr 1I"lIowlI.and. and herds to his favored, land now R'. \luklll"ouCo", AJI't
do not believe that his election would bowing with water and such "hjf-'CIII alf .. FIll.,

o r' public Insure to schools the best In dererf'noo I Interests of to fair our brought float tHerein unto the The camp m.senll"ahundltnt" also f Hides. Furs and Fruits Bought or Handled on j jf

hi play we publish his clipping giving varieties. of choice fruit and usher u ..Mra.antaaa.wawwe .
r the vpralon his side as to the reason I, things that pertained w t the fat of the f Commission. f ,
; for the continuance of the case; and lan was fully made known so that It DRUgS i F. G. THOM"SO M. D. J. 10 IIOBEIISOC.P \ .
:. also &n extract from an artlele writ- was now deemed' adyi.able Lo make c e.1VVteW A1' 1M1aNeAN'NN KN KtvVK1 t't't.14KKN KNN_v Preatrtptbs Clerk B..ala a. "Massta
,f ten by Maj. Alex St. Clair Abrams; selection of a time when this. main ATENT AND I
: body should. move fOI'wal'd. The PROPRIETARY
J' giving the prosecutlon'lI reason for
tk, s acquiescing In the contlnua we: nth JII.oOlh, which IH the inn ntii/ known TIIOMASON & ROBfRSON
t MEOtctnes
"The unexpected b.. happened In aa October and the ..l.Lh day thereof I-
, ; the Holloway-Sbe& t.rlalo waR the time set &,)81.t. IL cadge 10I STATIONERY I .
I i Much to the surprise of everyone I pass huwever that on thh day thus E R. T. BUTLER iG TOILET DRUGGISTSARTICLES
the states attorney came before the set apart, that the winds blew and the I
- court. late Thursday alternoon with atP rains came. and they heat upon the I
" request for a postponement of the case house. or this devoted band hut the : I
, It until the next: term 01 court 10 FebruI house fell nOL though It was built upon I ALE. WINES BRANDIES G CIGARS '
f i the sand likewise also much 'TOBACCO Pure Drugs flccuratelg
I v ary DEI]['. came : vo.m.
t Mr. h rain accompanied by wind on the .....0..
1I0110wa'a
attorneys were pre- I WHISKIES
r pared to proceed with lobe cAse, but second day but Iotlll this sanded house t L ..ayCCe: L I ETc. pounded,
did not fall. The re-lnforcelUent.. that -
agreed to a post Dement.Ths --- -
activity of lobe pro ecuLlon for bad been engaged to aid the Levl-lte8 t E E Prestrlptbu FUld 11.t or i --
some month past la hard to reconcile not appearing on time it was consiu- CIGARS AND TOBACCOS : WI RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT
, r wllob the sudden change manifest. bythla ered advisable. to delay further movements Day fir as Expert sod Careful A I'IHARE OF YOUR PAT-
1 acr.loa. until a more favorable change Pbarllleclat.
RONAOE AND WILL ENDEAVOR -
v tD the we&ther. The expected auxlillaries .
Following la the of
paper agreementas I -- --
signed b y the. attorneys for both having arrived accompanied A Anheuser-BUsch AT New Dot 'ton. "eat" TO MERIT THE SAME BY' -\
' .( aides: "- b'l'' a dispatch from the van guard that Beer PROTCTINQ YOUR INTER.3fuford's. j

"neall.lalt the excitement. that e.a.tat.a preparations were again .10 ,vrder. UTI IN ALL OUR DU NQI. 1oseAAwluifleadacbes
r In the ooUD'1 over the case 01 lobe But It. came to na.1I that on the third ON DRAUGHT' AND BOTTLED .1
State.. of Flnrida ,..:W. AI" Hollo.&y, day commonly known as Wednesday L
and belsg fully advised of the condi- that the waters rented, their active
? 't.lon 01 public sentiment at tl1l. time, operatloDs, and again the floods o Can only be found in Kissimmee.on. Broadway 0 ,
and being of lobe opinion that. It will I came, and the raiDs fell and the winds Street at .the BRICl C BAR BUILDING.
j be exoeedlngly difficult, If not Impo8' I blew and they beat upon that house o ON
,I 5'' .Ible, too obtain a fair and hnpartialf' but as beforetime It fell not. though it
.' jur.0 try the case at this term of the was built upon the s..nd. The tedious
Y i : court, the undersigned .t.torneys for delays, trying ordeals, and many R. T. BUTLER N
t, .,, the defendant, and the State attorney, tribulations of this devoted band previous Are lOre IDdlcadou 0' aome form of stomach
,J representlDg the State aUDmiL to \.0 their occupancy of the prom- I trouble. b11loaaallM or a bad /Ever. Malaria will
Your Honor that this case be continued Ised land would take more time to tell Den overtake yon. Doa" list It. and above all
-, for the teMB." than the patience of your readers. \ don'ttakstulomelorquinine-both a.rodaDgaI'OII8BERDINE
The Irierda 01 Mr. Hol1oway are i could ..with.tsmd they win therefore be ,

jubilant and regard this movement of : reserved for another ehapter.I Inspectors and CIerk '
the prosecution a.s a victory il not a I ExCELSIOR.
t .ladlc&t.ion.-G&ineavUle Star 'rl. The Board of County Commissioners -
i ;. da11Oct.. 31." At their regular meeting Tuesday r have appointed the following Io.pect.rs bu aU their Ylnue.--none 01 their
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MAJOR ABRAMS' the City Council I let the contract for a and! Clerics to serve at the S deadly elfecta. HEROINE taken'
REASON.
brick culvert across the big ditch OD General Election to be held on November regularly will forestall headaches,put
"The reasons given for the desirea Broadway at thecor.erof MlI.klDaon's 1Th tltb, lOO: the digestive organs In perfect condi-
bUlty of this postponement were not store. The culvert la to extend entirely I PRECINCT tion. Dead off biliousness headaches
No.1.
s f" conned tothe excited feeling of the across lobe 8Lreet, and lobe contract : l Unl' Ula ID be&lLb.
keep good
k ; public, but'.to rumors current that was let toT W. Ellis, who agreed to J. M. Willson, Jr., lns.or. Y you
jurore summoned \.0 try this case had put It In for 1'7000 This III a stroke of Time Bass, It I TIlT 11' TO- A".
o seen going: into Mr. Hollow..y's economy on the part of the city fathers M. H. Purter, IOs ..., Detd.. AD Druggists,
h2 office aDd remaining there for various that will meet with the approbatIon J. It. Gilbert, Jr.. Clerk.

, periods of time, and I was advISed of all tax as this culvert PltlClNCT: No. 2. For Hale by TllOMAHO.N HOBEHSON.'x
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continual
? that the names 01 abme of these juror has been a drain on the yr R. L. Ivey, Inspector,
had been obtained with the evidence city'a treasury for aDd baa already LH& A Iverson. It
;. \.0 prove the fact. Necessarily an un- cost two or three times 808 much A Harmon St.etl'ee, It ++++"+++++++++++++++.1 I" ++++++++++++++++++++ i,+++++++
i: + certainty was created Ot the minds asto 80S the brick ODe will, which, H 18 hoped W. L. Moseley, Clerk.PZECINUT .
how many! 01 these men had been to will be a perament one. i WATCH
Mr. Holloway's omce. It was also --.- THE BARGAINS : No. 3, REPAIRING
clear that their visit, there Involved a Arrangements have been made with E. D. Wcoten, Inspector.
grave infraction of the law, and tend- the Telegraph Company for telt'grliphIc n our line. Nobody else] can touch Lewis Johnson, ,...
ed too create' a violent presumption returns from the election Tuesday Raymond Lanier,
for and similar
,-b&t..n DllCht The bulletins will be .s equal quality James Strlckl8ond, Clerk
attempt was being made to displayed
? tamper with the jury To what extent at the postomce. rice PRJr.CINOT No .. Jewelry Repairing and Engraving by Ex-
, It bad
gone DO one could There
-, were unquestionably aay. Col. W. H. Jewell, oC Orlando, bas OUR NAMES John L. Deeson Inspector.. ,
men 01 the ,
billb-
i eat Issued a call for a reunion 01 the W. H. Mann,
Integrity
not be tampered OD with the ,jury but It who could 'Third Brigade, Florida Division, always a sure euara.htee of exceptionally H. C. Thom, pert Workmen.
was certaIn i United It A. 11..r\.ow, Clerk.PRECINCT .
: that, aa the State had but three Confederate Veterans Id Tarn fine oods. If you are .
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peremptory challenge, II pa On Thursday, November iIth, duro No. 6. .
;; ot the jurors bad been tampered.lnfl'le! with ODe log. the South Florida Fair period. A interested in getting a lot for your W. A. Eubanka, Inspector, .

he would have fully qualified himself great effort to interest all In the lair money you should visit our store Oliver Baas, It All work left with Judge Parker at the Express
: ) 011 his voir dire, aDd lobe State would l is being made and with .ucce8ll. John L. Simmons O.'fi.e' will}) be Promptly forwarded to me.

have been compelled to accept him The moon-III- the most powerful this week.W D. J. Sumner, Clerk.PRECINCT t t
thereby making certain a mistrial.r No. 13. i
In
agent pioducing the tides OD the
W ltd
would have this been information, the State earth; It also produces soma slight B MAKINSON" CO. Arnold Ban, In pecLor.
1' compelled to make a variations ID the e&rtb'a maIrDetl.m. W. R. Godwin II .H.E.ADAMS 1 1InsP
motion to
\ quash the venue on the So far aa science has beef &ble to investigate W. A. Thomas, .
d the ground 01 the misconduct of some 01 there Ja absolutely no Orange Hammock Honey. John H. B8olad"n, Clerk.PRECINCT .

t; i, the omoe jurymen court, and, 10 on would vlaltlQ proof 01 10Ir these HOllow&y'a visits, change attributed If!to the the weather moon, which although can hall be Shaker Syrup-5 gallon cans. W. Chandler, Inapect.or.No. 7.W = Railroad Watches. Tampa, florida. I J 1

the n8Oeu&rlly have or more 01 mankind seem too believe W. P. Underhill, + ++++ i +++++i+++ hF+t+++
granted motion
since their effect that the REW A.ItD.
moon does have
some control -
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+ Frank Walker
wall to taint the :1DR.
entire panel and to over the weather. All such bellelll Strickland(
The'COUft.1 Commissioners, 01 Oseeols Charles L. CIerI&:
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expose good I a. well &a bad, meD to a including the time for J. W. SIMPSON
suspicion 01 wronQ'-doIDII'" planting gardens County hereby offer a reward 01 PRECINCT No. 8. I '
and for going 8shino, are mere ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for evidence M. D. Tindall, Inspector, J. W..' TUOMrSON :,
auperatUutlooa-c.he survivals of .4 DENTIST
an K. La.mon.
ne.'RoI..od: A. Nichols, of Wor- sufficient too convict the party ,
eeat.erl, M...... arrived In town on age l.... 01 hrnoraooe.-oct.ober- at. Nicho- .or parties who burned the house of F. E. Tuppen, Office over 080801& I'barmaay.n .
Tuesday, and ... aObOllooed 10 this .Job J. P..dll8tt on Canoe Creek ODor John E. Eonl., Clerk. 9 a. m. m, Funeral Director,and Emf c cs
paper last week began .. aeries of Beat Remedy for Cor.tapstlos. about the 24th day 01 September, FICE HOURS'.'f 1:30 to 6:301p2: m.

meetings under the \ 01 the "The finest remedy for constipation 1904. $100 Reward. Telephone No. 76 .lua 6, lyr. -- bal m6r. '110 ',
J Christian church ht the opera House I ever used la Cb&m 8rlalD'a StomWh B1 order 01 tbe Board of County ,

last ....alor.'", Mr. Nichols I. a man and Liver Table.," says Mr. Ell Commlaal&oera Florida. this 3rd 01 day Oaoeol&01 October County A., I will pay One Hundred Dollars reward E.H. LAW M. D.. D. D. S.:: :Kissimmee: : Flht4" ,.I",
: olimposllla- presence and a fluent and Butler;,f Frank..l11e, N. Y. "Thel D. 19Of. .lNo. M. LEE, for the arrest and conviction of .. ; ;
GPHYSICIAN
-E, magnstlo.aeaker.. His dlllOOurM last act gently aDd without any uapleaaant I Clerk. the part or parties who burned m1 AND SURGEON.
I -night w.. 11aCeDed to with marked Inw effect, and leave the bowels In a perfect mouse at Canoe Creek 9n the night of ownship Blanks yp.writer

,&eNd said aI&eD..ioa br a fa1rlZ goodooagregatton. natural cond1t10D., Sold by Old oewspsper.29o hundred at. this Bel>'- 24th. DENTALSPECIALIST; per and flrat.elass Job Work of,
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< all clroli''I.tlr" omce. 3. 3. PADGETr.h Klaafmmee.'PIa. kinds may be had at this otitoea;'
:: Phone 4.1 and 97.
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VACC1Tf" jN1U:THI3801L.f: d ..- . J . .. .. t. _. J t ,-. ., "... { _'

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Fortltisiu. perms.Used PO? ApplyI. COME D SEE J' ''' . .
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OUR NEW ;LINE OF '

We referred na'ti ne. ago to a >. f ; ,
newly dis c.l.el'ed m..tboor fertilizing.
land by hlooul.; toQ.01'"V&ccII1.tlon,t'by "
which crops could be largely.) .10. Dry o.ods Clothing
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creaM at small 0011. The Agricultural ,.. Ii" .
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Department has taken the matter .
up, madtl many experiments of a highly '

lair successful farmers with nature the and fertilizing I. ntsw supply-Jle'ml AND NOTIONS. '. : :fZ!. '

The basic idea. 10' .vloOOlI..lolI' the A

the land II to provide for a restoration ul e;>>,.;>>1>>,..;>>;>>;>>;!.,.._, .Iiii.. '
ltuPPttof nitrogen 10 the soil, ex- < '
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successive CI' pI. The ..
bacteria supplied by 'he government, -"
In dried forgo, have the power 'iii -
drawing nitrogen 'from the air aDd .
secreting t. to the lull, where it will' o look: further Into the matter may .
d" theo most Ir'aod. In .n artlcle In obtain Inform.tlon by applying t.o the "
the October number of the Century AJCrlculLurlL' Department sit W.sblnlC'
Magazine MI' Gilbert R. Or"lI\'eoor tun.-II.vannab: New. '
describes exhaustively' the now process '
how h h applied. anal the rellulL1I Announcement for Sberlff.I State .Bank ofikssimmee :

that are obtaln.J from its He says ., .
that an Inoculated, or crimson hereby announce myself a candi- .
crop / .; ., Itt. ....
late ul1lce IIb"rl.1f Osceolaounty -
clover wlll add w the !roil 331 times fur the ur : of "
is much nitrogen a. a nun-luocuillolAld 10 be voted fur at the General'! -- :
crop u' crimson ohlver. Of tits inoculating Election In November, t.
material and the process be 1. D. GRAHAM. Offers to Ci!stoinrs Ever F'acility. ... :;,.,.
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says: .. '
'A portion of inoculating material (Adv.rtt.emet.) Cunsihtonttvith Sound Management4 f ..

a.. It III mailed to the farmer by the UcpubHenn'rJcket. '

!government k ales. i'6Qkage consists of Nu.three 2 contains dlderentpw I For President: Pct!wtual I, At.ptiou. :tft, All -1I" '. ;1ntiisted1: 4 ,"U11. :': / !

the' cotton 'whb its millions uf dried Tbeudure RooH\'eh. ,

ICf'I"O" Packages. 1 and 3 are she For VI04'oPre.ldent! : .
tneJta ur food by means o' bleb the Charles W..Falrbankl. .. .B. OARSO,N. OASNIU .
farmer can multiply lobe lCt'rm-t.' The
Inclusets 10lLrue.tlulU fur Pre.ldeotlal Electors:
department explicit
C. 1:". L1fUUI, uf Fraoldlo.Ge. -
how too use the bacteria, al follows ... t
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: K. Hoblnsuo, tit Marion.Geo. >. '
W liulmrs. of UnJv."d.O. .
l Method patented\ 10 order to -
guarantee A. V#. Wendell, of Oad..o.A . ..
lobe privilege: ur use b1 the pub- ..
,' M. CUlihman, or AIMChua.
He. Letters Patent No. 1.>.6111 ICr&0 I.-
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ed March 22. 111\.I). Fur eobJl'e..man-2nd District: }
Put Quo Ialloo o. clean water (preferably J. M. Cheney, O.-ange.
rate water. ) In a clean I.Ub or
bucKet and add N... 1 of the Ineio..J Fur Governor.M. MAYNARD LUMBER CO. 9

package uf salts containing( ..crlinuI.wd 13. Ml&4farlaoe, HU.boroutb. .... ,
sugar, potassium phosphate and For of SLate.
r Secretary: '
InIL.rnelllum lIulpltat4S.). Stir occasionally John 1<.. a..rrol MUD roe. 'and 'laningMills
until ...11111.. cllllllOl".d. :Saw et
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carefully open package Nu, 2 conLaining -For AttorneyGeneral.Fred ,
1:1.: Cubberly of Levy. .
bacteria and drop the loclo.ed
cotton Into the .ullition. Cover the For Comptroller. Now 111 operaUou. Complete.Houae Dllla F rnabed. r:

tub with a paper too protect from dUll. J. L. Skipper of Polk. F yellow and Plt.chPlDe_ Timber. and.., Lumber.. 01 "n Kind.,. ,ioRaERS
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and set allld 10 a warm place for
twenty-four ho>ur.. Dv not heal the For State Trealurer. :: :: P7'T..t ,EJ:) peO: .-.r..a-r..
E. M. Brel.furd, 01 P. de.r I .
lIotutlou or lUll will kill the bacLf'rla- # s :Maa
It should never btI w..m.r.tb.o blqudheat. ) State 811pt; Publio Insi IICt.lOO.V. MAYNARD LUMBER 'CO- ,
It. O'Neal, o'Oranllf'. -- *
After hours add the cons ; \
tents of twenty-four package No. 3 (son mining For Commissioner o' AlrlculLure. . .. .. ... 1

ammunlulO phosphate). Within twenty J. S. Rowley, uf Putnam. 1rV .' ... . ', ,, ', .' ,.1 j
hours mire the solution will have For Railroad Commt..loner. : ..+as+ .. ...F....."...is.........:' l'
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and I. ready for ';'
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a cloudy appearan' H. J. IUt.eble, of 8t. Joha. 1 1i
"I": 'rv inoculate seed: For Justice Supreme Court. six years.W : SUNN .S nTH I COMPANY'::
Take just enulllCh 01 lobe solution to B. Sheppard 0' E.lcllmbla. YBR : -
thoroughly moisten the ...d. Stir i _ ;1 P
thoroughly .0 that aJi) the seeds<< are For Justices Supreme Court.. ,
touched by the lulutioD. Spread out O. S. Farr of Hllliborou b. .
the seeds. III. shady place until they C. 13. Adams of Dunl.' ..: Ujv-ety-4 i [] J Sale j ;
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P Ax..ll 01 DuYa
are perfectly dry, and plant at. the. E. 1'1 :
u."al tilDe !Lust as you would untreated For Sheriff t) : .
.ved. the 'dry cultures .1 sent John C. Carter. OaJoeola County, ... A', ti
from the laboratory will IIMP': for ItWie. '
several montbl. Do not. prepare the ..11......NF a..a.1FiR.;;;;..+r a1: J eedgL : '
IIq'.lld culture more than two or three . : ,
day previous 1.0 the time when thE! T. M. MURPHY : ti
seeds are to be treated; al the solution ' : : t E. L. LESL 1.ROPRIETbR q
made must usually be It
used once at the end of up rorty-elgbt. buuu. Justice of the Peat l'4ota-' : i GENTS STIINDI tD OIL GOMPftHY. ,

To Inoculate tWll-Take enough Public '
State at large :
dry earth .0 that the solution will ry Broadway Opposite Postoffice.
merely tqQIat.en II. NIl thoroughly. i
lit) that all the particles of soil are omu fa vas DulOr amulet.KISSIMMEE :Ie, td.X2.X2.ee. F1o3Ydak
lDol.tened. Thoroughly mix this earth :#. .
With tour or five times al much lay i FLORIDA : i tPhosie

oculated half a w-.roDlo.d.soil thinly and Spread evenly this over In- .........................: :: : 3.02 .An"=q =C10 : :a". ".'" 1iI"i i .1

the tlll field er. This exactly should a. tr be spreading done just fer-before :. . #4f l1.. 11rtFtl1MM I !. .wM MF !! .. ; .. ,ss J .011RiFsMktiA

else the Inoculated! -
soil should plowing be 01'harrowed 10 lmmedlately. W. L.Van DUlor& Co.BROKERS. ::FRED

Either. of tAle above methods may. I i M lax Auschwi iD ". lU: 'lud: .t. ""1r ,'!'
most convenient. . i
be used, as maybe little I -.. t .
sent 10 each
Enough germs are ..
package: to inoculate 'seeds for" from i. Watchmaker ands.fa" Shop Opposite Post omce. e

one to four acrN. The package can i ; ,Cot Pou letr-'To"t.. Ahlolem for ,.t'Ladies
be carried 10 10ar. pocket. and yet "; ESTATE
EAL
several can, and ebUdreD. tt.
than
work
does more ,
JEWELER
loads of ft'll'tl1lzer.' It ousts the government AND' INSURANCE I IJ I. ... ...jWp.13ou's:_8.30p. m..to. 8.30. p. P";
less than 4 cents a oake, or CIllj..MM&. _. .. R..Q..O".q" .,.. m..aleArt ., n'when shop will !"
less ban '& coal an .ere, and saves remain open m 11. p. m. at
the l.rmerl3O or 140, which tit'' would ,.; ,pfF.

have fert.llber.to spend Different for so cultures are sent' of M. WILLSQN, JR.. Rlpairs on ,...atcl\e,. clocks, A, VANS AGNEWt, .t .

different orope. S NOTARY PUBLiC.... l and Jewelry' carefully. and; :
for too 1 EngravLa A 40RrgXY' Air' LAw..al.: Jl
This II, Indeed very.-promising l STATE AT LAROE. S prw Ptlvexecuted. .
'TblJ'prooe.. _111II 11m- .ll1t -I'.,AND.. NOTARY PUBLIf.sta .Jj'I ..11''
the .1'10.1'1. '
.. and Lb. COIL A. .,flr1 10w-oDly & Real Estate Agent.KISSIMMEE. JeajI1.. o.nel. . a tiI . - 'oI \ ; : . '
ill !t..auSSl4Yuu.lh! t
r.w cents per acre. Farmer who care FLORIDA J 14.44 011011111a



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Valley Gazette, November' 4. .i904.VACCINIATII'IG .

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Fertilizing Scrims V..ct FApp.: .,.- COME AND SEE .

leg/ Nlstrogen.
OUR NEW LINE OF .

We referred II') ad Line ago to a '

land newly by discovered inoculation.method or "vlloCcnatlo'I of f"'rullhln( :' ," I I Dry Goods Clothing 1
be increased
by which crops could largely iK ,
at small co..!.. The AgrIcul-
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tural Department, has taken the matter
up made many experiments of 110 highly .ATz.

successful farmers with nature the and Certlhlllnl' ill now supplying germs.The ,- lAND NOTIONS. m

basin, idea In' "vlWChu tIDIl" tile .
land is t'o provide for a restoration of N __ .
the supply of nitrogen In the soil, ex-
bau8t.ed by sucoesaive I orop" The --
bacteria supplied l. by he government!,
10 dried form, have he power or
drawing nitrogen Irolll the sir lAnd
secreting It lu the soil, where !it will o look further Into the matter may . .
obtain inforw.tion by applying to theAjfrlcultura'
do the moat g.eel.. In all article In
Department V1 ashing-
the October number of the CenturyMagazine at
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Lun.-Savaunah News
) Mr. Gilbert H. Gr'. veuor
describes exhaustively the new .process -
hUN It' applied and the results Announcement for Sheriff. I State BaukotiKssirnmeey
that are obtaine I front, It He saysthat
ao Inoculated 'crop of crimsonclover I hereby announce! myself 1& candidate -
soil fur the unl" uf Shel'iJf uf O.eeula.runty ,
will add to the 33i tithes
nOII-lo.Ioculdot.t. to be voted! fur lot tlll General
loll Much nitrogen a8 a -

rop of crimson material cl"vel'and the Of process the Inoculating he- 1f'Ctioa in Novt"nlbt-r L. D. GRAHAM.-. On-erN to Customers Ever:: Facility
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says: (1"'rU."IO"t.) ludstclit with Sound Management. :
A portion of inoculating material ;
a8 It is mailed to the f farmer by teegovernment UClmblfcltli 'I'jcket. I r'rP"'u81 '
consists of three df tterentpaokages.
Fur President: \I Attention Lo All Business intrusted. t. VII.
I Package Nu. 2 containsthe
Theodore Iwolleelt. f.N. f.
cotton with Its. millions of driedtgerms.
Packages 1 and 3 are the Fur Vice-President:
media 01' rood In means of which the l;h"II" W. l"slrbll.n\lI.\ B. CARSON. OA.HI....
farmer can ruultiply I the jl'erm. The t
Fur Pre"ldeutia! Electors:
ineluces explicit: iuhtructluus -
depart.ueut'
C. F. ilulfum uf Franklin.Geo. \ ti
how Lu use t'e bacteria, ILl follows -
K. Robinson or Marion.Goo. ,
: \\1, H"lm-s. of Brevard.U. i
Method; patented In order to guarantee -
A. W Wendell, of Ua HoeD,
the privilege! or use by the public. -
.\.. M. CU8hman, uf AllI.chuBo.
Letters Patent No. 745,3111 granted -
March 22, 11"4). Fur CoulCrenmaa-nd! District:
Put one gallon of clean water ( preferably J. M. Cheney, of 0.ange.
rain water) 1'0 a clean tut) or r
No. Fur Goveroo1. ,'. MAYNARD LUMBER CO.
bucket and add 10' the Inclo"tod
salts :% H. Macfarlane. Hi'lshorough.
package of (containing granulated -
Sugar, potassium phosphate and' For Sec.'retary of State.
'ma..cne"lum Huiphattt). Stir occasionally John ft'. Herr, urfoor,.>e,
until all III .1is811Ived.,' For AtWraev-Gtneral. ; Saw and Planing Mills
No. 2
Carefully open package containing -
bacteria and drop the Inclosed Fred S. Cul.iJf"r.fy, of u.vy. .. ,

cotton Into the lIolutlun ('over thetub Fur Coml'troller. Now In operaLlon. Complete House Dill. FurDI.hed. a
with a paper to protect from dust. J. skipper, of p\)\ Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber of an Kinds.r .
and Ht aside In a warm place fur
twenty-four hur" Do Dot heaL the For State Treasurer.E. ORDERS; ;: PJ'LLED: PROMPZ'Z'Y.
solution or you will kill the bac..rla- 1\1. Brelduro, 01 I} .']6. I

It should never be warmer than blued )r State Supt.. 01 Public n8tructlon.V. MAYNARD LUMBER CO.
beat. H. O'Neal, uC Uraalel"
After tweoty-Io hours add the contents o z + t t t t t. t t tdr
01 package No. S (eon sin lug For Commissioner 01 A.rlculture., .
ammonium phosphate). Within twenty J. S. IWiwleJl' of ?u nam. -. ,

hours more the solution will ,hay!:! For Railroad Ccomml sloner; : +luL......'.- ..*. .......-.....'......ii+INh...1........ ......." '- :
a cloudy appearanooe, and II ready for H. J. Ritchie, 01 St.. Johnl. 1" .

Ult Take.1'0 just Inoculate enough seed 0' :the solution to I. For. Justice! Supreme Court mix years.WI SUNNY SOUTH LIVERY COMPANY-
thoroughly rnul8Leo the seed. Stir D. Sheppard, 01 ElIOl&mbla.& i J

thoroughly .0 that all the seeds'are For Justices Supreme Court. J
touched by the lolutloo Spread out 9 s. Farr, 01 Hlillboroullb. "
the seeds 10 a shady'place until they C. S. Adams, of Du VII I. Sal }
are perfectly dry, and plant aL the E. P. Axtell, 01 Duyal. Liver. r J :
u4ual tIme lust al you would untreated For Sherill. i
seed. 'lbe dry cultures all sent .
John C. Carter, Osceola\ Count,.
from the laboratory will keep for Feed Stable j j
several month Do not prepare lobe ..a4.......... #+ireAe+We444 aT. i D

liq'lid culture more than two or three : I_ ., __ : :
days previous to the time when the M.MURPHYJustice : :
seeds are to be treated as the solution -
E. L. LESLEY. PROPRIETOR "
once made up must usually be : :

used To at Inoculate the end of::3oll-Talle rort.y-eIJl'ht. : bour.enough of the Peace. Nota- : i I\GENTS\ STRHDRRD OIL GOMrI\HY.\ 'f ,
Public State
dry earth BO that the lIollltloo will ry at Lure :
merely moisten It. Mix thoroughly, F i Broadway Opposite' Postortlu. :

.0 that all the particles of loll are Office I. Vas Duster Building.KISSIMMEE i ,
:Klss1xn :Flcr1da.
rnollteoed. Thoroughly mix tblll earth : .eo. : fiP1a.oxls

with lour or dye times as mUChj say inoculated i. FLORIDA : = : !
halt a waKoolo..d. I -
soil thinly and evenly over s1............DAM 1k1,...a.s-e ee: : :1O2.= AU Xlnds Haulis g.t . t
the field exactly: a4 If spreading fertilizer.
This should .be done just before #. .. }. ...1Rw'11. ................rlNr.!.....!......................1 . I
plowing:. or else the inoculated -
soil should be harrowed In immediately. W. L.Van DUlori Co.
N'H1 N VN FRED ALLEN l
Either 0' the .above methods may 1 1I ;
be used, as maybe mossoonvenient.Enough I Max Auschwitz BARBGR. I"
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germs are !seat 10 each little BROKERS I r 1 .'. 'I.;:,
package Coo Inoculate -seeds for' from I Shop OpDQI.\t.e\ Post <>mce, !''f'fCompolloder
oDe Coo four acree. Tbd package canbe Watchmaker and
carried 1. :Jour pocket and yet 'REAL of Toilet Articles for -, ,{
does more work than several cartloads ESTATEANDS
Ladle and cblldND.
of lertllize-r. h 40490 the government 11 I I' .JEWELER t
INSURANCE i lihoP a. to 8.30,
m.
can p.
less ban less a cent than aD 4 tore cents, and a saves, or 1 1J K'iIp_............ ....Q"IOA.. m.: WSaturdays,.when shop will\

the 'armer'l3O or NO, which be would ... I rema open till 11. p. m. .
have to spend for'an eq Mal amount 01'ertUaer M e ?
Different 8111'u.- are !sent WlbLSONt JR., Rtpa.ira on clocks, A. VANS
AGNEW ,
for different crop.. i NOTARY PUBLIC... l l1 and jewelry carefully and P..

Athe This' rmer.II, Indeed. The-proossa,, very -prom.lolr:. seems IIlmpl. to- -1 STATE AT LARGE. yens'tptly executed. Encmving I ATTORMay A'I'' LAW..t... 1-

and the cost. All very' low-ool a Real Estate Agent. neallyadone! AND 77OTARY PUBLIC ,

...f.: cents per .cre. Farmers who care t_KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA j KISSlkM P'IsAz



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b6 Vall6U Wade, the tunes'..Orlando.Mrs.J. 0. Eotertalnwent Auditorium,.tonight. I A. l

TNLKPHON NO. t/. 'M; Bryan returned from Vote for the Constitutional :Amend.ment . .
Jackaonville last oi ht. Increasing theh maximum tax levy ,

pjBL18J1E1) EVERY, 'eRIDAY( ,, The Edwin Soutbers":(::1ornpanl at for publ19 school purposes" ''a F I '

BY the Opera, Hausa alt t1oJCt week. Mr. C. Eo Wade, the popular piano .
W. B. F4ARRI6, Irish Potatoes tuner from Orlando. b. been in town his ,
:1, lobe best 35u peok: loss ,w tI
: Phone this week" finishing up bit regular '
11'7. Beach: tt .. 1I
Over -
round here.
Q.HtlROH. DIRiOTORy \ ..
Ca.hlerl ofrLakel..Flood 'sin, t.bll. St&Le Mr. and Mrl. Southen tbe'mol' & I
ClfoacR.-PrellCblDl eloClll Sib.ub,11 Bank was are I
Mgrtleelav a d.
and
R m. and 7 oolock, Prr.J'.r. meetlnt. business toWI1. on thorough and clever artists ever ape
very Thursday evenlna atyly. _. abbalhohool Wednelday. pearlng ID.Bart.ow.-R4Ioord.. by

1I:4111111Dda, mornlol' ... U., W..' Pastes.BArTlrr week Mr. n. B, Sav.. 1. .pendlntl tbeing Mel.....' Butler aDd Cole, of. Web- :
CRIJIWK-o. I.: Frier Paawf.roaab114 .- at. bl. old hum. a,. t.rabb"look.: site
emery Sunday 11 .. m. and 1 I after! the .ter arrived In town On Wednelda.y.
p m. gathering of bla till:
0111111+ ruurla'a rpeetlug 1.60 n. m. 1111111".' J oranarop. with a carlqad of hones, which they
bool a,46 a. m.\ !!.a! r madlnt eveq. Thum.y7p I\av. bad 90 exhibition a' tb. BUnDl I
m. Yl.llonalwarawe.oome.Sr. Just arrived the latest In Belts, ,South Stable.. .,
.Jon"'.Erlaa0PAL: CP 0ucrt.-Rea Dr.joJ D. Collars aDd Ties
10 Burnt will I
Idd Rretr, rervlceg. nn b. aveond nun.'of Green Orange, Mr. M. II" Porterrreturnedthls week
; the month Moro/n/ prover a 0 rmound 14nd Brown, at .Kat&.. from Citrus county wbere'be had p. ; ,
holy l uuI 6Ommuolou sermon aL aL 780 10:90 0010011.,! 'clock., JYlUhllra'or !: "Kissimmee is .verl..tlnltly getting been In the rnterei o lobe South FlorIda If

a hump CJD herself" 18 a very expressive Faire He expects tQ start out 10 out
p""Y""u brat aunday If CHllac and tlilM;,-1>I..loe"u"daJ'wo"lIl1'III each on slang phrase that 1.10 common use a few days .-.nd canvass this county- CIloU.

veer onih Morlll1 ......Ic. at 11 m, a'j treon here! 'now. \ for exhibits of all kind. .. .,
.rvloe at 7:00 p. m Sunday 8011001 .1 .
.. If you want" house Mr. Sam Alexander, the popular. week
:y a. 10. O. 11: .o.vl" -at 1:16 p. 10. Prayrr your papered see
eth'lJ Tbtl.d... .,.nlo. a' 7:00 p mnatkeae, Lvti Geo. GI100I traveling salesman of thePortl&nc1 Cement this
rrbraty I. Do.too.dl&llJ'invited \0 New Co., and a cousin 0' M.... J.; R. .
e.lc" face, are seen on our streets Gilbert, Sr., anent a few days 10 town" .I
DAvlnaoxRttof 1 8. B. every day :now a l'emlnder that our float
,.,11.011 fall and during lobe past'week a guest at the
winter
visitors are beginning Gilbert bOQle. [
hospitable Mr.
r NI'arll. or CHal.-.I" every. third Lo 1101'.1 vet
tA,.., Day. 10 each montb. Bible .oh\\ ..", posit
A. E. Bearden returned Friday
cry I......, Day 9:48 *. m. Every one cordially Write D"nn & Tompllon Orlando J. .
Fernandloa where he bad t
III"wd to attend the mltOUoiA. for bargains night from :
on pianos. and orJran- been called by the serious Illness 01 '
Official Weather erort., Agents for Ludden A UlI.tc'II' tS M. H. Judge Menhon. lIe reports the Judp'eis Its, '

AVRIAag TarryARUar-scats xrrnaeTena0DAY Mr. S. C. Oliver, of Chambers: cuun- a yen cl'1t.lcal condition, being ken
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ty, Ala., arrived .n. 'l'ue..da\l night to paralyzed front, his wale' down
".allllOo November 11, 1904.Mao. few
spend W. the winter with his sun.0 I:: J.. Mrs. P. E. Gregory and children;. .
Oliver.
'I'D 8.1u' have arrived ill the city and will make The

-fan.rtd.7 Buy your Shoes from Stanford, the their home beNt; Mr. Oregory III an win .
old reliable Ibue mu.u. A. C. L. enllloeer between Trilby and
. ?9 II .. Sanford, but they will 'bulld a perma. I -
ate day .. R '111 Tom Gardner, of Cartera..Ule S.
.. . neat residence In St.. Peterebu..g.-St. ; )
Monday nnday 7v el C., arrived 10 town Wednesday night Petersburg Times.Dr :
mealier. ?9 fill to visit his parents, Mrr and M.... J. at the
wedneaday.Th . 77 M .... M. Gardner. HIram Byrd, of Jaoksonvllle, next
ir dev "l M :l2 who ball been with the State Board of
All I kinds of Guns atGRAvirs Health for t.He past two years has resigned -
J. A. I'IIMt'I"UN. t' 110I. k GRAVES.Mr. to ..ga.JCe'ln the activepractice and ;

W. A. Winn has rented the cot. or medicine ID Kiss wee In copart.nershtp livery
Our rute" fur In"ertion of advertisemeots tageln. the rear uf the Hitch 1S11O,01L wit Hcln. Dr. Byrd

ulllunjf the reading matter 011 und moved 11111 family here from liar- will arrive n a f"wda'a.

th's I"L-O:: III Len cents per line each 1n- tow thin week. W. S. J. Overstreet has rented the The : .

.(.. Ion, See the new line of Ladles Neckwear Waters k Cal'8Qn Grocery Co.'s old on '
. latest tad "L Katz'a. pd.cklnll house and this week put In a ( '
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Ilzer and began packing f..uit. This
After a. few da 'a pleasant visit here III the fuurt\\! orange packing house 5
with relatives and friends, Mrs. H. for Ktssmmee; and they are turning "
Local Newsy Lhrbtsey returned to her home ill lill.r- out lobe golden fruit in a burry. where ; :
Low Sunday DI/'ht. wish 1."
Editor J. E. Pound arrived In town Mr.
Big I lot Fancy Matting Just arrived last Wednesday night from Live Oak.

GrtAVEN & GItAVEtd.W. lie came down to cast his ballot next .

Ileum' Orlando L. Gable, deputy Internal Jt'e.. Tuesday fur the Democratlcnominees, We
come Culler<< UI' for Ihlll district was, In and incidentally to have a few days
\I I IIdjl"I'UIII! trnight town looking alter the duties uf hlautllce'ruesduy In the woods In search of tlka succulent

I ''''III tiouthers. all nt'xtuk.. IJ IIht.( quail that abound here abeuts.tir. 1..lzzle .. .

fiend us four rub printlng.1'b Smoke Key \\'e..l lIa\'ana. the hest5c Bencler'a example In building + .. a
fur rent is one that might
Cigar on the IUlu'ket. cottages
... 'uramige business Iii iwominrn ;:r. well be followed bv some ot our horne i ::1
Samuel Davis, 01 KI""II" +ne Island people. Houses for rent In Ktssimmee bawdy : I II
lot l'utWrn Hats al Stanford's.'Im.a sold itl\\\ ) pounds wool wk be investmeat. '
a ago now would a paying IDIr ..
Sue Watson made a brief vleitto II.U. Ft. Monde for i.IOOO It dues pay Quite a number could readily from : i
Ih,'j lanuu Monday.7'hc 10 raise sheep' iu Flol"itJa. lJe rented at fairly good prices.J . guilty

CUMh n"rjCaloItol'!: (> Is the 1,1"1', " See the Jew ew\woIJed. collars atKatz's. W. Watson left Wednesday for Lizzie. \ I t '

to get. a real bargain.i'in New York where he will buy the larg- Oliver i:,
eat and nicest lineuf .XID&II toys, fancy ; : :
for October Mrs. S K Dann !and Miss: Florence)
>1i In mlt'or' court and saucers, carpet, ew., gale :.
Dano left last Saturday ''lor MlaUlI.whe..e cups rugs : .
amounted 1 to 14tl.tlO, c\>urt.
< brought to J 188lmmee. He
they will slxnd the next two ever town. :
EI"IILIII ,lot leers and embroideries mouths with Mr. J. A. DlLun knows the wants of the Osoodla county <
oat received aL Stanlol' 'lI. peoplll and will eloolo thWJ1. in uereon. -,
For correct. Tailoring call on 8tanfurd. .. :

\11': J\\:N.'ell ne Yarns du.)', wag an OrIBudoletor I Mrll. Tress and children wish to express ber of " " " ," " " " " ;" ' '!

Mrs. F. G. Raney returned tu her I their appreciation of the kindness ::: ==
See the new Belts and CollaI'll fl.t homeln-Bartow Tuesday night-after. done them and of the. healing niece
IIlz'lI, a \pleasant visit 01 a. few days here a. comforts given by those "mpatl18tlo : :::;

B. D, Waring moved Into his IJCuU"Jo't' the guest uf .1..11. U, F'. Parker.Mrs. : friends who have .0 readily and willingly ft&1 j1'f
otJered themselves) in the time of .
.
: ou'Wednexday.Stanford W. 1. Warlog was baptized by
II'rlef-tbe lOll of husband and
line of ltev. i'}. H. Hayner In the lAke near deepest : =
has an UI-to.date father.
the city duck
It'n' (late, :Neckwear .t.o. Monday having joined
the Christian church the day twlure. Mrs. Sisson 01 Boston, who arrived

1'h.. new ,dynamo for the Electric Just received .a carload of Fine Furniture 10 Kls.lmmee last. week, with the intention songs ;
l/otht Plant baa a..rlved. at Graves Jt Grave8. of spending the winter, and t.lon

Fine line of Kireebbaum Clothing u.ttanfo..d probably locating here permanently, .
'.. While down the river last week \V. left this week for North Carolina:; She aDd
J. S. Oerltreet purchased the fruit was very much pleased with our town :
,
It )'ou want" your clothes cleaoednd on Mrl. l>lerce'. grove, estimated at a.nd"would have stayed, but could not Ie 1-".
pressed gee' Cba. L Lang 2,000 boxer of oranges and trapef..lllt.. ffad a house Lo rent.Hon. . I To .

Price Furniture atthtAVES' Every man who participated In"the J. W. Watson returned 'Sun- \
A GRAVF-S. democratic primary should feel It his day night from Mlaml..where be had For

been transferred ffflmolliolt duty to LU"o. out next Tuesday and been since lobe destruction Of bill store .& l !
Fred Base hall
Stetson UnlvtrYlty. help swell the majorities of tLle nomNneec. at that place by Ere. u. has let lobe equals [ ,
College to contract for the reblllldlllf of his store thing !

Fur the latest In Neckwear go to and warehoulte, bath of which will be
OIL'S prints WE' keep 3t"t:. our Butter OD ioo.... 1 Ib solid brick and larger and better " ' ' " " '; '; ,
than be bad beforeV.
Dndthu t' 'V H IT.,,te." visited nAT_and Phone 717, Beach sir Ovet'sh'E'&L.I buildings Kl
East Coast Sunday a.d-; ;t;- \ S. J. and Oeo. Overltreet have just y
I Mra. Eo O. TlI.tman and Mrs.. S 'dLh, his .
purchased two large crops of fruit In
ay
: of Chicago, left Tuesday morning .,0 and went to Orlando best,
Orange county, up
HuH llarIc Shell UaUlllluclc '
Ballurd' Obelisk Flour. the steamer Lillie for yesterday to establish a packing bad -
d3.:4): ; whole Barrels i..o. to spend a few days with Mr U. B. I house and get things tn shape for pute, .
\Cal ing S O'erstreet Grocery Co. Tatman.Mr. shlpploj they were accompanied byIlenry parted -

D. 1-:. M, Law was called to Bill'- K. B. Raulerson of Fort Pierce, i I' Overstreet, Jno H. Dronsonland lobe
W UII prufessiunol, business Tuesday. the well-known East Coast butcher i, Monts Ivey. who will assist In his 5 :
igh6 ,. and cattle man, was In tow this week gathering and packing: the fruit.
un bUKllless with the Lee'1'uraunsCattle the
Fur mill kinds of heavy hauling call Co. Mrll. Ned Gilbert returned from her night.
I' the KI8IIImm Transfer Co. trip to the World' Fair on Monday down I '
'Phone, 113.: J. T BEVILLJo1, :\111'1' Dry GoodeTGlaaewure, Bud Ena.lIJel- and reports having had a splendid \

It. 1' Butler went up to DeLand onueinesa ware, cheap alo the Cash Bargain Irlp. Accompanied by her children, \ '_
returning Monday tore. who remained here with their trr..nd. pal
Monday,
Ii'ht.: Next Tuesday 18 election day, and, parents during her absence at the Exposition .
Mrs. Gilbert left for her
,
democrat will
U you are a good you tE
See n. D. \Varln before aE'l1Inll'our home a.L Fort Meyers yesterday : : +
make It a point to 100: to the polls and We r
aid.I.t.. orange crop. Top market prices vote for the nominees of the demo. I Visitors t.o the South FIorids Fair ered E

cratlc party. I at Tampa are_ invited 100 tnspect our : :::.
.;;t'ol. W. E. Cadman of Nor.o9aee The Edwin Southere Com'pllony, who tine display of Christmas Toys Fancy : '
was In the city on business come to Klss.lmlllee hllt'"ly'Co 10- Goods aDd Novelties. Prices are 10 }
uE'bday. mended will give a sol1 week of low will surprise you. We will also : :: '. '

FoR .AI..E-Seven Room Houae amusement at the Opel' House, beginning fill mall orders promptly. Write. ua i '
Apply to H. D. GuicE.Mr. next Monday Nuv. 7lh. for anythIng you waDt. Terr, '. 'No-
tion Store, No 1120 Franklin Street,
A. S. Blake of Orll'lln, Ga., Since the opening of the quail season 'Tampa, Fla.Cbarley .
rrlvel In town Monday with a car on Tuesday last our local sports. 1 ( ; .'
ad uf milk COWl. men have been very much In evidence Underhill, of B..inger: ,
In the woods and good bags are be- returned Sunday from Atlanta, where e
Prices low on Furniture at Ing brought in every day be bad been to have a surgical operation -
GRAVES sir ORA VE.'I. performed for t.umor. His
wants" all the Mr. P. B. Johnson prominent orange friend will be iliad Lo know be stood
The Valley Gazette Eagle\
Item public grower of LII.ke1.and: a the operation well, and I. now on the
e'Q. It YOIl have an 11.f brother-In.law of Dr. E. M. Law
No. high road to reoov r". 'He left Tuesday f
tereat call up phone came up on the noon train yesterday morning 00 the steamer Lillie for ,:
For Styllllh Fall and Winter Late for a. short visit to Klsslmmee.Messrs. his home at Basinger.Mr .

100 the Klilimmee Ml111ne..y Shore.Ab. P. A. Vans Agnew and C.
J. Q. Stanford and brIde, of
Bell, who came' down from W. Ward left on the noon train Mon Georgetown G&, arrived 1n town ,
vledo to attend hlllister'l marriage, day for JacksCJnvUle. M. Ward Friday night for a few days visit 1.0
turned to that place yelllArday. went on from there w Washington for Mr. H C. Stanford, brother of the
brief visit but wIll return In a few
The secret of our success lies la our a groom. They were- married On Oct
ability to satiny our customers.KISSu&MEE d"YI. 20th, and came 100 Jacksonville to the a "
DRUG C0' Mill Florence Dann, who has been Carnival, where they spent a few days
the efficient "Central" at the telephone before coming be.... Mr. and 114.... I
Mr and M.... J. W. Watson left on office ever since the exchange was established -. Stanford left for home on the noon ; y
the noon train. Tuesday for New York.They bal resigned her position, train Wedneld&y. I : j
will!I be gone about Len days.Wagens and has been .uooeeded by Miss Gay,
In a letter received by Mr. M' Kate .
of Alabama.Mr. .
cheap for cash at this week from his son Howard, who
C. H. WILSON &I CO'a.Supt .. J. M. 'Bryan of Kiallmmee, I. attending Columbia University 10

J. O. Bigglns! of the Jackson'yule after spending several days with her New York-be stated that be bad
district of the Atlantic Coast Line son, Nathan Bryan, at his home inS taken a ride 00 lobe new Subway 1"11-_ hr
was here a few short while W ednel day.W ringfieLd. has returned to the home road from tile city ball \0 12110b .t...... "
; 01 her .0n''Wm.; J. Bryan, on Duval The distance 1&1 about seven mUM,
ANTItD.-A list ql your property .t.reet.-Metropolia. and the trip was made 10 seventeen f
yon wish ..old't.bi.. wlnteM' No axepensti .Jwre G. F. Parker, Chairman 01 he I minutes, with seven or eight stops. ;
1.0 you unless a sale la m&de. pair Committee 18 receiving numerous This, underground railway bioi ,just
J. M. WILLSON. Jr. inquiries from parties wishing to make been completed at a 00"$ 01 : :

Mr. Leslie Wilder, 01 Lou bm..n, exhibits a. the Fair, and the pro.- o00. '

turned home Wednesday ..vealnl'lft.er. peels for a creditable exhibit from this W ANTlCD-Teaebera 101"0 0 '
a pleasant TI.lt to her. sister, county are very promIa1njf. Behoull. S.lartes range NO'OOO'.1 : : ?\ ; : ; .

n. Arnold .Annbtead.: See the Edwin Soutbera Company to 144.00 a month. Apply toW ,

Come out to the Auditorium tonight, at Opera' Howe all_We, .. week bel'la.1 -- ; Ti;1f ''' : >

lseehagtd promptlfat lo'olock.- Ding Monday night.. Bllpt. Pub. IOIt.'4" ., '

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fought th fatal duel 1 between Altxanmdeeh POWER BEHIN THE THRONIJ. QUAINT SCENES IN MEXICO '

...... 'Ind Aaron Burr, TheRe t
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and a thousand and,one other objects I ,

enthrall jhe...ttf'lltlouColumn. .... \ : Aatcc Capital Fill' WIth R.licr; ot MO/deluma. ,

.. ot apace .might b. devoted -. ,-. .. .. llelpuCt yof 01 Mel co I I. ,, StraDse Mlnslln l

Touring New York alone to the magnificent drJre throusrb. t I the And.nt and the Modern.-1bi.v.s ,Find -=---
Central pa'rk."New York's.'wonderfulplalground.wilh __ '
g .., ..I' .
rt It a Paradls.. .S. :.t , .
1 its beautiful aul iii.Sipirlag .
; -
-
fit scenery and numerous !marble

l Automobile. Statues of tbe' world's moat'dlellugnlshed ", TRAVEL
By. THE
inept: Cleopntrn's Needle. 01 : Ii{: '. .. HOW PEOPLE .

:- the OlJpllllk, and hundreds ot other obi :'" JI'', ill
.
A. UniVtiNetbod CltVJC1I'IDC' J jects of Interest, In'' all, tbe'-illllr' of r,,:. ,I\ii\, "J: is: 'F I

upP'r New Yprk requires two hours nou EI rUG, 'Texas 011 te the original OWller. It an 1.
1k: SIgSs and<< SCCDCS Clt
or a little' over, only one stol being ; @ tile RIo Grande. the rat.IIIIII menlO (establishment! one St the 'moat I

tie Great ctrOJlolls. A\8de-tbat of five minutes at"(Grant's tr6S F "1111 1 Unlco City III 1200 lullPl. noted flfAtitutlpl1s of Mexico, amid bM ,

.j 'I'omb-but It Is acre to any that nereeok H For 1000 mlles the Mezl- survived many seasons. of ftnaDclal4.e.prrloD. .
any outing have both mind and ==- through .
can Central passes ilIA
5'S
eye been: pleased, enriched and Ia.atruct..a 8n alkali desert frightful .n. the desolwtlon A few minutes' walk front the Zocslebrhngs

. 'wltll such a delightful: tenet of Us solitude and Its pitiful you to the Alameda tile QUetll'.

EW rO"1 CITr.-1t w'ae nr ot slgbt( -seeing os III crowded Into thilt ; v sterility.. For forty hours not ala.ll\ 1'IIrk of l\leJco City. a ntaaterpieee.tlundieape

lghtll.arted and happy brief apace of UIUP. tary me was to he seen, nor blade of gu4t'lIlug. I know of notk

WM"'I go-htcky( pa'Hy, for the The tour of lower-New York occupies grass to( cheer us 'Ve- shipped volcanIc ) ingot the kind In America to COllipare

time being at Il'ut. that bout the same time, and la equally" 1't. dust In bUCKe-Itllls. and when at with It. There lire only forty .erN
delightful and InstruC'lIrp, only In another -' but these! acres represent the ,
swung out on to Fifth "reIIUC. last we catered the \'nlley \ applies

cud radiant IIUlum'r morlllnJr aahort'tlme and more comolt'rl'llll wnJ. tie hy brush and whisk webl'''''' lI, IXI'O'I (loll ot :Mexican art to the development
Passing down Fifth \"l'III1'' tn iii.brieVsshldglon . ot natural rl') ago for,an exbllnrllllllg IIplrl load the real estate .1'pl c In ODe of the 1IIIIII'tuouS nllll beautiful Square. through till!! '' the l\Iexicun Central on the '.11)'. AtHl casting of m'llIoloKI"al designs,, tb,
magnificent arch ot the Father nf Ills bewildering variety of flowers,
811110'all
touring care<< which an enterprising nature changed: aroundhills fe-raal
k company 'baa put 10 service for (public! Country by the brownatolle'mansions r ant toe\'.nl tl8 sloped the volcanic ,:last palma slid troIIlcal/ I pllllltl, tke

hire, along niP finest and ,wealthiest of old I\nlekl'rbock..r: IIIl1lea'ot pioneer ,,,t d>yt, o i /4 ,t i, hoary with age/:. and worn with 111'01111 ot Ilorletall-cll'Cular, splices with ton.
New York lbs 'IIwltt-mI>Tllllt Tt
residential avenues 1111I1 streets In tboclyllhzed srY, 4 r f time; stmo@llhl'rlc erosion and Inn nhterable talus In hI' cenlr -tlle cypress rhulDfjIPI'IIle1
touring car glides across I t eY t "
world. And !III Ihlll onnet'- Waverly 'a c is dowllf..IJIJ of lu"-Iropklll rains.We den converging to a common

lion one can scarcely resist tbeh mltR- place to Broadway. the glullt artery passed tbl'Onlll 2X! ) miles of a. Fe'ntr sad the perfume ot Souther
of the greatest In the worldMll ,
tlon to enlarge npoh the thought that city floral and vegetable pllrll 111 at'. IIl'rllliw..re roses tempt me to return I\gl1ln same
lo! the vlllitor II Il1dnctPd Into d deep '
+
4, while the page of poetry. and IINlon browsing knee deep In the rll'h al'falfa again to this terrestrial parndlat'; 011Hl1n.1RYs
110 to .peak" on l'ltbl'r Side or t.t .
cnnyon s and feast days It
dutt oil bPC'Jm1e-
are tilled with the bl'autleft l1 ura- grass; picturesque villages: A
the .pepcb.on the charms of pastoral which tower the IIlt"crapfng..hulldluJs; the valley, and hundreds ot acres ot theatre ot a moat brilliant and tll.lllo..

life, It rem.loa for the bard of the future which Alladln-Jlkl', have spring/ from '. x A % the Magul'Y plant from the Juice of amble a..embllllt. Bright colored arli.

to evolse all epic portraying. the the wonderful architectural genius of which I\IJ'IU Is distilled, added to the IlIgII are raised over the }vide walks,

throbbing, pulsating .vltllll Intereet-l the OnJdown iayw cl'uturr variety of the landscape PullIUO isthe chairs= He pln"I 011 0lh aides and at

lng, Intensely Lucian and ever vary- Broadway the visitors I national drink ot Mexico. The :\111' 12 o'dock blue crowds begin to latller.I" .

lug life of the great modern city. But paRS historical and moss covertJI. Old .. . -. .- gluey. Plant Is cultivated In lieu.'' holding A milItary band ends I'clnt'to tile GOt

t' all thla III another 6101')', Trinity Church and St 1'.111'11, of pre trolll 300 to its I'IR' Ills. 'lIclI e-x. cq.sloJ and Rt 1 o'C'lol'k the promenapsj
i claus memory which still contains the
I In the party of torlsts! on this partly r SEIWI<: JUI.lI ,"I1'CII WITTI -- traded the liquid III like green water are II kaleidoscope ot inuring I where worshiped George 11'astiInglott -
pew
alar summer morning were men and III appearance and 18 oool'lplIS a 1111.(. There" lire awuty flue streets lu tIaIa
t. and his tamllf Ere this Park: The assassination or bill strongest oppoiaeht'on' Plehve, leaves him, 'unI :
women whose good fortune It had been tast..le. In a few hours It begins 10 elty, tJ'p"rh they are not all 1I1e-'ticaa.
How oDd the great newspaper Oml'e-II. questionably. the lender, among/ Russian IItatl'SlUell.
to circle the world all globe troUpre, I I tf'rm..nt.nd. has the ofm11k. It. reacmbles! Brussels more than all
.' appearance
the )1\.atnffl.__.__.._ and court .."...- the :
44 and who bad seen ereiything worth ----P" The plant tat.1'1tbout eight oilier city and Willie-it IS not laid oat
City 11.11 and the solemn; gloomy TO AVERT WRECKS. with their duties 11'lIhout tear of the
eY?, seeing, from the Pyramids to Parts. i I years to mature, and produces. for ou allY 'pllrllcunr( (plan. one may cull,
Tombl. with Its tragic, IIOmbre front oncoming; Im'omothe cud its cars IIIIIIS-
,c, and from the Alps to Alaska but after -- about live mouth,. during which Il IInd his way through It One lass III
'
and the ''BrIdge ot sighs; will hare lug/ ninny feet \01111.\ All Ibt train
all was done and over 1t was conceded A student. et railway and railroad yields bout 100 gallons at Ilul'IIIl'' go Into the narrow, crooked streets at
been passed; and. after viewing theUllltl'd paM@'K over the "Hhoe" II 11"\1"1'" (1) each
}' that never belure had tbe-y. lndividually ; accidents and I their causes comes forward From tblll liquid Is also distilled tile visit the 110mI' markl't to find tll&.1(
States Sub,1'reullr. w1UI its act ot trucks II thrown by the "shoe"and
I or collectively. enjoyed a wore en.tprtalnlng. with an invention which III deI'11r1l1 .Icobolll' drinks 1I.'IIUllili and 'mezeaI. Ipxll'all ehuracteristic Unfortunately
magnificent statue of Washington and .. I he brakes immediately applied> 1.
4 instructive and delightful >d III many of Us features Mexico, la isle private rt.ld"IIl'I'K. now 10111UII
gazing up at tbetall bulidlugy until so lint when the' whole train haspassed
trip than that experienced this lame unlike: :any city/ In the world. Its climate are built upon plains similar to
the Into Wall wheel has been set firmly
u the eyes ache car turns every
r day In "doing" the wonders snd beau- Is supl'rb. its splendid parks those at Paris, and there are bag
Itree-t-the great money mart of the and there Is no possibility of the
4 ties of Greater New York.yq alllUlPdas and gardens Its mognidccntchurches blocks; ot apartment hOIl"I'II arrADcet
world-end n_ atop Is. made At the stock train going allY tllrthf'r
As the scenel of this Metropolis of -- and pnlacl'll. the museums! upon the French pIAn however, the
Exchange: : where special arra ngpJllent.
cjam, the world are unfolded new beauties obtain for the entertainment of tour.fate. C.rbht. .r
and objects of Interest are presented Ordinarily tbe formation ot calcium ary, the historic Cathedral, the brown leans ot the past. were built to last nag

tt even to pioneer<< residents ot the city. con rhille requires 1 It degree of heat races. olraprlng at Spaniards and Mexican I Upxlco will continue to present .xa.
Wall Is made to
From street a 'blt
F To the visitor the tourist from another rema which can ollly be- secured In the rlcctrle ( tribes the strangely. picturesque pies or the spectncular IIrclllledanot

city, State or (county the swiftly mov- the Battery and' Bowling Green furnace. At a recent lI1M'tlnlC ot costumes and the dwarfed and tawny the Moors, whlh III striking III cot.
0 whence the car la turned In the dirertlon
fag panoramic scene ot living pictures the Academy ot S"'plI'I'" In Pllrl.1: l'OlIIpll'xloDl'd Indians who silently appear or. carving and mOllldlo-W, B. a.
of the famous old Bowt' Y, 111
";e Is 8 source of constant delight and a IIPllrl Moissan stated that metallic andalaappear on the streets like In the Toronto :Mail stud Empire,
reaching which the great Brooklyn
,Q genuine revelston.g calcium at n rod heat will combine appnrltions. separate Mexico. from all
Is 'd. To the student of
Bridge pa5l<(
g In leaving the compallY' offices on with the III..ly divided carbon con' other dUra mud place It III a rlnls by Fr..U Tress 0. City Lots.Many .
human nature. and tile lover at the old
4, Fifth avenue the tourist or sightseer visit the tattled In amokl' The product III pore ItSI'It. The "entre of activity In Ml'x' people who live 011 city Iolt
And picturesque, R to Bowery
} has the choice, as fancy may dictate offers features of unrivalled! interest. ('al'inm carbide, crystalized and trnllI- leo City Is the Zocalo, the most Intl'r. Tong for fruit trees-of their own treat.

p of ftnt making a tour of either upper After doing this ulllqu cUon of parent. eating and hIstorIc spot In the -oll'y which they can gather fresh fruit la
'} Clr lower New York.It --- -- -- of lel:1'O.: : It Is the soul ot the "all- stead ot being dependent all the ma.
old New York II peep 111 taken Into the
may be said, ell passant. that the slums where live IIr, ralt'r!; exist tal-a beautiful oblong square. upon( Lets, Mr. \"lIu/hn./ of Pnsadeua WU'

company baa Just placed In commission the dene-zlns at the great m'sterlous. which no less than nine ot the principal confronted \by just such n problem bath

eight handsome electric touring cars streets. of the city focus, all the (' bilK cletcrly toulIlI a way out CIt
unwashed untlt'rworld. All at once the 11 I It
with seating capacity of fifteen each street. car linos converge, and ('ro11IIof I the 111I1lt-1I11) On the hack of his tornlot
Wars are assailed by a perfect babel of
and 6\"e larrr, mugnlflcent electric loafers strangers said !busy. people be had roolll for Mix fruit taw
sounds
confused
tongues. and n. the
coaches, sumptuously upholstered float from the teeming streets ot AUTOMArlC wnECK AVJlJlTJlL gather at all hours of the day and well lit' 1,1111111' 1111\1'1 oruugee: nlll peachM

?';" equipped with every convenience. and I the Ghetto up or Chinatown the rlllltor Into the night.Surrounded nail plums nlll when they had bPcmi(

hvj,' Beating forth passengers. each. exel.'pt-I call easily Imagine that he has been currlnK horrors which have stained u bT the principal I Jlllbllc strong cud sturdy he grafted and baddal

lug. of course. the chaffeur and the transported to Italy, Itusala or the with biota the" history of railroading r buildings It baa IJpeli the scene .f tile other varieties into Il1plli. _

guIde or lecturer; and the latter de.aert'ell In thlll and other countrlu most important events In Mpxkan hie. The operations were all IUC'e-lltuL
crowded cltle. of the tar-alr Orle'lt,
E' a word of special praise, for a Da's may be spent In the study of t'1l1 When. from any cause. or olber It tory: All the riots and public 11 IIIOO' and now Mr 80"IID 1111. numerous

more capable or' eloquent exponent of grotesque aDd interesting Fee. III desired! to atop II train of cars due titration take place In tbo 7 Cnlo. varieties ot fruit that ripen at all

bls art It has never been the wrltl.'r' queer at any paint the custom Is how to .send Here the wandering Aztecs saw hI Ibehea..n. times ot the year and tarnish au IIbDII-
lion of the (city with Itll conglomeration
rood fortune to encounter In the sap of tongues and humanity, awl It a dngunan back to JJloal to the englneer . In 1312 the cross, (lie symbolic .. dunce for table ual' On one navel

lectlon'ot this gifted young gentleman Is.with'reluctance that the tourl.lt S. of the duo traIn At other y'I sign of promise. Here, where now orange tree :\Ir. Vaughn budded a Us'gerine

who has 'officiated, In'like capacity In to leave times a lantern. III set .t the side of the .tands tile great' Cathedral they built \ a grape fruit, a lemon, and a

London, I'arla, Berlin and other En.ropean compelled track and still d other times a torpedo their first temple, the colollllal! I'.nthe- blood orange; making with time stet

citieh where sights, are to be AbeaC Carbo. I. placed-on the rall But' flag. on-Teocnlll: they
seen the company has secured a jewel.In men hare gone to sleep 'englneera I thousands ot prisoners were sacrificed '1'bl'7.n bear profusely and till '

addition to being! an animated ency.clopecU. Carbon la tile classic materiel for the have failed to see the lanterns and to the war' Cod. Everybody passes fruit Is of extraordinarily large .11&

: of men, affairs and things hairpIn like filameDt which gives the have not heard the torpedoes, I, there at least mice. and often several The peach trt"t'sV'rp budded with Btmerous

:modern claalll anti historical he pusseahes light In an Incandescent electric lalUp. .iJ'11e: new In"'III1011 requires the times a l1ay. If you want to meet II varieties of early and tall

,- a prodigious memory. which Recently att..mptll. have been male to equipment of trains with "utomfttJc friend all you have to do III to walt In peaches. 1111 well D. aprlcolll and nee

would have done credit to a CrIchton find another ma terlal. Refractory. brake arrangements which are to b.. the Zocalo and he will be sure 10 turn tarlurs. These trees bear from tilt
,
r -or Macaulay.: earths which when hot beconie can operated hy means ot a "lIhoe" fas- up there sooner or la tl'r. Standing In IIr,1, ot July to the (brat ot Noremberr.

On the tour of upper New York duetors of electricity. have be_ tried toned to the roll One of these. tbeentre of the plaza rOil are surrounded Country Late iii America, s
t
tl with' some degree ot luc'ess. 'rne .-. _.
been III '
otarting from the COIUp'allY's headquar- .hoes" having put place near '" by historle nnnnmpnh. DIreetlyln

,fors on Jnnn avenaf', Jar lnstunce the metal osmium II now being 1.Iu1"l. the point at wlllch It lit desired to stop ANTONI, Cants OW lain ,1duJW'ra 1uI.AU : front are the towers of one ot Lord Kelvin's .. ,,_lilt,.. e

4 gulde will call your attention. 10 a mented with and It has given exc: : "sllentresults. tile train the railroad men can proceed 1111'I.BII.O..A..N"DOR : I the greatest cathedrals 'u the world Lord Kelvin who has just celebrated

u clear, resonant and pleasing voice. !, Osmium I. a metal traem- The east tower marks the western his l'il.lIt'lh birthdny, J is not above bat.

f without the aid of a megaphone or any hung plstlnum The latter was oxe of boundary o. the Aztec temple dedleatern lug n JOkl' One thty he asked a die'thlgulshed
materials med Edison in; his I
,.tbe-r allrlll accompaniment, to every the researches 10 bT to the ICed Tllllol' To the right Ja Id'nlllt this allpat'eutli'sll1lpe
the
object of interest on "Mllllonalre's earliest prodwctloD -- the national palace. built on the site ot \ IU"'ItlolI : 'Vllat Is blottinfpnpert"

'')tow," from the Holland 1l0u8p. 01' tile of electric ht. The osmium 1l1A1'JIel1t! the home at Monll'zumlt.'ro The professor said: hI glq.

hlort.Astorlll consumes but bale the power pis aam- the left Is the It Tell But Lord He.11D
all the way out to City hall where tlJI. 1111"
:'ho furthermost limits ot Central Park. die at Illumination llbaorbed by It C''et'diuary J once stood the Aztec hall at ASRem.bly. with a twlllkle In his I'recrlro with

;. )0 :As the touring car speeds along Incandescent .lamp( aad has "/. The Zocnla III always full ot gee: "ever: You must find It ollt"

}1"lfth venue put miles and miles oft very great durl1bnlt,. It gtves a peddlers beggars and pickpockets...and for YOllrs..lt" "'aJklllJ; through; .

+ palatial mansions occupied by the most steadier light with varying Vel'tllC'!. here let n11"" add that the Mexican pickpocket !great electrical works be said tt'.'
Jut droops If the v.ilrage! III pucblU too ''I II
favored sons and daughters of Fortune tnkea no back sent from any workman quite 'IIII\llIlIy: "'Vbat'Ihlll Ii
t.ls difficult to makeIt'
each object of interest b pouted 11Igb. Apparently % m.n of 1la profession In the world.IIe , t'll' trldty of which I bear it
of high resistance a. Is deslalHe.on
out and the names of the world-tame > aa Is. 1111 I10rllce IIIIld at the poet, born. much t" The man not r(>recognizing"
_\ interesting feature at ooUllt'lm' Ie \ iit
occupants ore designated. while here not made lie (comes alld. IIIe a IJUellUon..r, answered : "I am sort I

'tt and there some bit at history or tradition that It given; aa much light al clrb.n., / ghost, disappears, and your wati'h van IIlIn't know, sir." "r\o more do I." rt-'
ulthouh less intensely bea\td; its 11I1.mIJIellce'Dce /
Is proffered, throwlllJ n, flash; otI lakes with him Aa a .ll'lght.oC.II:1II11 piled\ Lord l..eh-lIl. And that cxpreuel

I light on the subject whether It be they 1. higher.tat. I artist he has 110 equal on the continent his humility In dlscUlllllllg a subject

nUl "lon of come living 01' tcpnrPlI1'orthy. ..-, i of America lIe la well dressed. inoffensive 011 which III" knows probably al ranch
.I.thod.
:, \ a palatial dubhousr theatre I Tk noiseless and when be touches as any other living man. It II thLl

1)r hotel; nerable church or "nttledrlll, "Wbarl the trouble wIth that man i: i 1 "Gs' IIl rt ;rOil there Is. 110 sensa 1100. Newt n-like humility which has ro"deaved
literary art over to the eornerr asked the vlsttorwho j: The "Tblevl's' Market"
nuaeum( temple of Ide-nce. 1 Is one of the him to his coIhmguell.-LoD401"
} 'or other object of modern 01' historical was seelnc the inside ot a great t r(;, I ti ; tights and Institution at the city. Chronicle

Inter..et.. newspaper office for the first time Two blocks ot f fKID.I
5l''' s) -- west (lie ZOI'Rllt Is 11

.1 S The value of lilbt-tleelnr!: tle"e-IIC:a on hlteallr, I should thllik. It I eaw \Jimolj'wbere lIe y large square tilled with booths, Luck 1I..rt. to F..u" :,

the manner: In which objects of pasLbg4ci : else that lie was CnJ&J' liter shops. and. stalls. Tills Is the Slduey" Fowler, ot Fairfax, [owi.011 .
tins Ills coat and vest and collar off.
k ti' K' historical interest impress tb.-w- "Tblevpcs' Market," where the dishon. \\' to have been married to a 1Utsayule

t ,elves on the tbnrlat or visitor: and and the way; he fumes .ml apiktter la' not. eat servant limy dispose ot his petty. woman on Sunday but.. left
and tau beat
pad sweets curses
1 whether of artistic or 'Onucrehl lip theft and the IIlIl"ak thll'tVho has"swiped" Inlnutes before the ceremony was peaformed
scandalous but It 1" IJlaapbem0011. -
nIT
i 9orance. the particulnr object 11..rorc. all umbrella may nllll a Pllr- he announced that be woWl
11'hy do you peru 5b hIm to remain \ / I
the eye r.mt: : be properly expJolted In chaser and 110 questions askpd. The withdraw and took a Burlington trail
In the ece""Sbh
.rller' t9 COUfCY 11 pleasing or listing: expert pickpocket never enters. the I for his home Fowler la a widower
admonished lire managing ,
bJ'l'IIslon. ,On this tour of Greater S !precinct ot the "Thl..vu'. Market:' III' I and the woman illa widow. The;
editor, "don't let him bead rou; Wecouldn't t
a foe\"T York all the PI'1.lcpal; obJect of hIm :)net .t this time.He' I t t1 disposes, ( ot 11111 spoil !by private sole I bad been. IIclIUlllntcd many yecrll. Thuwnldltig
c'' It"frt'llt and landmarks are not only spare -1 I :ar at the !Monte de Piffillt!. the nntlonaipawnshop. date wall .d for Sunday
v ., the man 'who \Vrlt those breezyarticles
''h'at.ht; :;; out In pleasing: procession but about 'How to :Keep Cool; nnd'DolI'lI Tills Institution occupies Tile preacher was present tbo RUes"

3.. ;:1lcJ':: of the -ortbiel $t both pat amt Wenthl'r.CbrcalO a large space on the western side of Were there, and the wedding dlaae'
for Hot :
:present genera: (Ions who have occupied Rel'Ord-lInald. the plaza opposite the Cathedral, was IIct. But It la add that the

;r !rich end arch: a mauslon and dates where once stood the great palace of brld&-to.be' children cried ft r 4"

gf Ioublo eccurronecs> : are given wick Korcc. a U.d PIaM E.r B.......... Montezuma, where the unhappy Emperor deal. and Fowler said If they wee'going

,'Wo.dcrcl:: aCCDraC7. Here. for In- 1'he Iereitr never cuts bls Lair or was taken by Cortpz. After. the to feel 110 badly a1ollt; theft,

,;rstatiee. are pointed out the palatial beard. 1'0 do this 1. considered a mark conquest Cortes made the palace his mother getting married ho wOllld

r '';boma.' : :of, tha.. ,Nanderbilts Geuldargoctfellers'J of dishonor t..hlll parents. whom :bi 3 -' headquarter The pawnshop WIIS draw and .jue did.-Atchison 1I"ItJltl:

PJerpont Morgan. the strongly; reverenc" Any balr.- that founded In jiG by Pedro Itomero ;:/: ,'

Xrtidcuco: of the la.te'no..' Tweed, .A2 may happen to eame out, and 'eYeD Count of Itejtala, and owner of the famous Tosabina V. 11p. :"

,?1'. tte'r4rt,!too' ".hl.wilkh.Print. ''the. parings. of. lfti. bin qer nails. see mines of Rl'al MODte. His Idea 6 Ing Edward Vll. created a peow'.

Ccnt7 of )E'rnlsia wa. rOrNI,enter carefuUT saved sra. put Dto the cMSn was to open a place where anT one lion at a race course In England recently

r'ttalned; the magnificent palaces ot Ani with him In ."der that he may'go' could borroom!)' at a.. very low rate by appearing 111 a pearl palt't.

11rew Carnegie abd Senator Clark the back mother earth Intact of interest. and be saved from the usnrlous hat and a blue frock coat. 1,'.

..gs'S ". DJnrlt.bteaer 'Vf'fflth1It .!.2.., ..... Jt'A. ; i charge ot pawnbrokers and And already all 8welJdom IIi, >Nt.

y .rtb a king'' ransom I while there the ax.ra.rab; B..t. money le11der. lie endowed It with York City 1a ordering! .lmUar; hat. sad. .

*, ourlsfiievarentig.bwzrcatlSdhmb: .eLP V e,:250tb innfersa'7 ottllt! com'" 200000. So low lire the char"ea that similar coats for the racing season"; .
'OeDeral Grant, 01' gazes wIth awe from of Father LtLKo7De.._ the Jesuit 041. f-II :"J-- '; '..r'J': '1' ''' - --., - "?- It Is really a boon to'tIle people When We ore not oalT" 'cleaceDdcch: ,,
y holiest
a-; rEA td1 tI:"# "JIQJItortPItHudllOO' "'9DaTJ} t '!().. "'\' onnt7,'. N.. Artisork-"Now give ur opinion ot thlll plctare." the trifling interest III not paid the art ....Inkey,1..

1 t : to.the beautiful PaUaael or Yor'; w.i'eel rated' fIC .-ela1l rate .._; yDlltor twboaneles; : tAtmsghf tt crItle>- .It'a utterly worthle.. tide are sold and whatever remains "W. are still .JI1Onk.-. Sitcram
_
\Loa ,"BWne of" America ' herd, twu manner at P.upejIli)\ -on August U.'I 6..btldd""Dlfr".1'( vt gtpo It gll the lame.-PIIDI'.I.1. I ovor from,the bed charge I. returned Bee. d '
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FOR .--,l-r-m-m- -m- I II
rB3foN SUNDAY wltliont due .
considerationn. for it bold. -
t Position In the minds of thinking men that, ALL BROKEN DOWN. Ablutions of ert.lft A" .. el4dge .ea Tuftii'e1 m'bl".ilon.
'
cannot bo --
DISCOURSE' But It j Is only Ignored II evolution without serious loe. .. .Ieep-....A..U-.r. ...Co.lloeslm.ek..h. A naturalist bas been making ees' Since 'a French engineer earned Around the World
AN ELOQUENT. BY THE eb.racter and I'OCOClli&e..Gael'Hie .. lain observations, On '.tll''.' ton.ta'' of Gaman4'p1u'aect a "bm.nD.' lutul." ,
work that it .. Li-
AEV. Co L. PALIIER any light 10 a dot'trine co my.terone con..gin r0 Joseph ,McCauley. of .IU IIlIoIto certain ants, and ba. dlsoovered eactl In 1851 Tcrtoun projects have 'been MiwNk ce s lamer
Lord
how 1 ......... rya,
..
manifold
.." insect goes' through mOlt elaborate : ,M tM
fw England
connecting
street Tecumeeli advanced
;. Chicago 8acll.mof .ad tesad ...... the sty
..bj_.tt Wit" t". Cnallea h&I.oa'r: t.bTb'iO; ,doati o aDother Ood. the 1< kingdoms of Iebe Lodge. says. ; "Two, years ago 001 'abIIlUoD.' They are. not only pen I I with t1)e ConUIIIDt. The latest I. .rtlds that ........... I u 1j ,

the Almighty Cold N... teen It ie one in name but occupies health 'w.a coompl.teI formed by herself; but by another, the suggestion of,BUII.1I.Varlla, who j 51..1. .tey grad to
Is No more terrttory thaft .11 who acts for the time as lad,'. 112.14. .Ithln'' I II ..._
world-Tf.re BI"dl. .r tit. U.1.ver.Th. combined. otber kinldoma I broken,down. Afy: wants to 'buUd a tunnel to tests

AD..Oo' le Immortality, earth .nd.JI1ultitud It elude. all thll'l'ltdet'med of back ached end waasO The .I.tant starts by wa.blnl' the I II I. three ,kilometers 'of' England and C-.i la saea.ran) "Jt.t.

KIlf08T01f, N. Y. In the lleformed or fa the variety! 1e., thanvin other lame that .X tlme.I .- I face of her oompaaton' and then COeII' thence a bridge :which England The wet4wd/s_'.-Wste..- .
kin U. et
"V'p. .J
Cburch of the Comforter .t this pJ.ce.. ou dome. for within It are young and old rich ,.g hardly aWe to I over the whole bod,. The attitude of (which bU not favored a tunnel) nee cud Clae.

Sunda morDtnl, the ne". O. L. 1'.1 mer and poor black and white, peasamt" and dress myaelf_ I lost i the ant that J. being washed Ie one of fIOuld. elutrQy at'ay time III cue of ....,.. the. ...."..r of 1 1 .1 -
the following sermon king educated u.e ........ ...... .. .
elltitted and
.
.. iporant. Va.tly dif Inteaa .UsfacUoa. Bhe ll_-down foreign tbu _.... I r
Invasion h-
1T1M l.Whatthe: Creation .Ieall. H' took hie of life ID1 appetite and wan' tJaDpr elf a .11 g.r..MU b.edsgtar __ 1
1'eelm,1O4:24. "0 aetertand but one all her limbs stretched looMI, tunnel ...1... I iii.. .. w pro. -MII _
test from Loral how reward. AU .inD.,. by nature unable to.lee-p. There with rendering the . ,
manifold are Thy Wotb. ill wisdom hut and rectloe. .U expo ed' to temptation all seemed to be no relief out: abe rolls over QQ her aide even .. . A. J. TOWER CO.Bede. .

Thou .made.them all. the eartb I. fell of saved the br, the one Chri.t .All r.ardoned by t until I took DonneKidney her !back a perfect picture of ...,. I.- ..u $A.

.Thl" ODe Creator .aU re-created The pleasure the little Insect evincesIn PITS permsnentlyered.hofileoraerro.-
llumboldt "That Pile; buHour' CANADIAN UIIn'eDcaa
: this true 1'OWEIt _
Von uY' Pull1I Tofhthl God ,..Lord bow '
manifold boxes after first wee 01 Dr.hlies Gnat
are Den clay' a
le thus combed and
avp.e.entS the Ima..of t.b. whole cosmos .. pf this remedy effected a cornplet4'mid being epoaged lterve&etonrI9trte botUeaa4 treatise_ T.e..ts, :

It i. aatonillhinlC to..Jind.in a lyrical poem dom JII.het Th;n made Creatlon-HIn. '11'1.. permanent cure. It surfeiting I.. r.-11- enjoyable to th. observer.8HIPW13IDCKED. D.11.Ku1lsLtd.,IIUArrl h8t.Pbtta..1'..
limited the .
of such compw e.tiiv.aniver.e aU" Each c'I .
));inlfdom humanity knew the. Talu .of Doau'
tile bcaven. and the eerfh sketched I. eompleto la itself lIow1aUural to think The number .f Atrtrians la the United '
,
n'aeI with a few bold touche. The halm and of the .piritUIII to being perfected aDd of Kld.ey 111Ia they would use nothing Slotee Ie ].02Oooo.. sssWANTED:
toilsome labor of man from the ri.111III of th. else. as I.t b the only pOllltl" cure 1kDow. ; ;
eIn the sun to the .erting of the ame. when or not according toouw understande o of ." ::1.. man stood on a ton':y: tote, J do not 1 li.v.. Piao' Can for O I1ft1I11P-
hi. daily work i. done i. hero eontrasted the word "perfected It ie U A Iblpwreckedl sailor! he Lion has UIOquai toroo..heand toOlde.-.lo. .'
wrong by it For ..I. by all do.ler. Price &Ocents. ; 1.000 nea and Women t.Try$&o.
moving til. of the W. ullderetand '
with the cleaneDIo of that God h... .JICI.&a,TrtaU1'Spring..lad.. Fe .15. 1900. -
While aU about him roared and
.g "IIaLutt. This contrut aDd pDeraliutiolli. on. and lIot the other. II. ba.perfected Foate'-MtlburnCo.BuffaloN.T,: Worth of.Samplss. Free;

the conception of the mutual action of both one for our lire here the other for gaahed Th. Unilod St.Lea. liabLbo ocreloe sand.. ......,... only sad year__MWt
natural phenomena, and thi IStroepectionof that Me which follows thil. Then i. a The angry". restless eeLTJi.e Costa f'IiOOOOO. year
.n omnipotent and most I.dom Insane Witneeea. --. .' --- ; C. HUGNENe1Atlagta Ga.
earthi God moat.minutefof of waves .duboecl blgb .. rose the - - ,
which I" : : ,
the
be] p"'er caD renew tbe orcrumb1e .U His work. 10 'a Cass Involving th. (At42"D4))
it to dust, constitute a .0lemn anet No ODe fa capable of making manacemeot .tl4e
Icea exalted. rather than a glowing and gentle ", . lIe hae made! everything any beautiful Imprllve.nt. ot ao English lnsans .ylulD soyeral With deafening maddening gleeAla. :

form of poetic creation; In its IleUOD. A Ikllflll artificer when he former Inmates "''e.e called a. .. .!" exclaimed the shipwrecked Avery & Company
It ill thuD a hymn of creation written b,. h.. to'.ati a wltnesseu and the KIne's counsel who 7' *1 i ,
know IIOt. In the amin ton himself thoroughwell man .
Ilii whom we Sept it a. fv avccKaaO' 1'0' 1I
ascribed,, Lo David, bat i. anonymous hI done. it i. ... called them remarked tba4\ lhl y were "I guess U'a up to m.-CoUI.r' I f
i the Hebrew paaRer. The phraseology and defect 'slats But when Jehovah, bad completed u sans as aayone In the Clurt. The .AVERY a'McMIL1.AN

rg spirit are not unlike David and the pub.jert the universe and inspected it diviDe judge on the bench hewed no anthu.laam -' 111.1s tIoadi Forsyth e&.. Atlanta. 0.

matter may have been Bran.ed in bi.lAday willdoll} pronounced it JrOod. There wu at !!I. announcement' DISCO. ii OINO. .. -ALL'Jtlll'DI 0..... ,,.
. .
a. well ac at any time. In th-e,author no higher power to which appeal Could be -
1"Wl.ed edition, of the English Bible the authorship made. The nge. Confirm the wisdom of the' "Going with any: particular girl

laa lae ia .credlted to D.vid. The Eneli.b decision then rondereel. It I. impoa.jble to AT A DISArWANTAGE DOW, C1IIWllpeyr': MACHINERY
and American editions of the Renaed' think of any improvement that would be "Y ., too Infernally p.rtleular.
Version made DO mention of ilo writer; in harmoay with exiting laM. In trea. "You weather prop1aeta'm.k. a She its refused me on .11. average ol
M but ninny and potent are the reasons which tlora w. can make no sue tion, fn prefer.vation great maD" mistakes," said the man
. lead u. to the conclusion] that the hymn.ologist .e are silent, and in the divbnngov' who mean."Yes .. three .times a. week Ita U. put wA+

I.r of Israel composed Uai. song for the eminent .m.zed at the lIt>ndnea. and love answered oIM.ryer.Hand mon h.-Det1'OIt'., Press.teoteh ; i frReliable
the
people of Ood. It wu fitting that it of God. "In wisdom but Tho made them 04 w
.hollid be used in the temple, and it it all" If other people lied all their mistakes -- ---- .
still consistent to employ it. since it ell' 1V The Extent: of Creation- The.earth publilbed ID the da11y papera &I wedo. wa.d. 'f.I

presses a truth that time cannot cban. I. full of Thy riches or creaturca, each 'I .u.pect that our record would The fountain of content must spring
Unlike of the Psalms] thiL i. kingdom )being filled to with
many overflowing
ODe
4it its kind. sum prfttY; od.-wuhlnlton Star. up In the mind; and h. 1'110 has 110 i .
capable or analysis] the natural aDd lost. own No room for more animals. 'ff I
Cal pll1n bring a reproductipD of the .ix for that kingdom iN full. Nothing to add little knowledge' of human nature ss 4'

rreatve pcrio s. This i. not only evident to the vegetable kingdom for it supplies to seek happiness bT changing anything .
CURIOSITY. r
4r to the careful reader. but I. confirmrd by the neede or all living creature. The lut his own dJ.poalt1on. will _
the moat rehab aource. And this i. Dot kingdom flf God la also tilled. Filled, with "Tbe Sultan I. an Inquisitive fel- eQorta and
Ltf unimportant, since it j.a another argument those 'W110 once knew nothing of its joy.. low." wa.le his life In fruitless Mrs. L OIover, VIce-Pres-
in favqr oi Lbe unanimity of opinion con.eermng but were recreated b" the grace aDd power multiply the (!'Id.. which h. purposes
S the flan that God followed when of its loonder. Its dim..n..on. Increase .a 'On the contrary I should think." to remove.-Scotflsb> Reformer Ideot Milwaukee,Wis., Business Prtok Engines goiters, all nSlaee.'Wheat

r Ue crested t e. The work of the more room j.a reqai..d. It I. not a poorhouse "Well he's always doing things to Woman' Association Is another Separaters; .a
;
first and second days. light, the .kr. clollde, ....t. palace] The Creator her notplaced get our navy to ceme around.wderehe a.oo Reward. a1eO. t
I Winds. hghtnmg occupy verses N. The ; His Cft.t",. where the neceasatiesof rubber .t It from the palace The readers 01 this paper will be pleased to one 01 the million women who
Or'II".1' chaotic state, end the separation life are wanting, but where plenty obtain. can learn that then to at least ODe deeded...- have been restored to health by
of land from water 0" the third day vera"9 .. Behold] the provi.ions of the children wl04ow.- Cincinnati Commercial ease that eaten her beau able to our Ia all

&- The third creative day continued that of God are within our reach. Tribune. Itutacea,and that to Catarrh. Ball'. Catarrh using LydIa E. PinkIwn' Vegetable -
r which, had been comm..n..ed on the 'fI1'tetd.! Nor with neceewarie. only, bnt: with Care Sa the only positive ease. now known to
The growth of planta and treea. riches. dainties. luxuriep. beauties and the fr&tenally. Catarrh bel..aeonetitutienal Compound.
1 which im Irrigation by clouds and treasures. In the earth are bidden mine4 TWO GIRLS. disease requires a oouttt.ttoual
1t .l..all1. Here the poet intraduou birds of wealth, and on her surface are treminig treatment. Ball'a Ietarrh0.reletaken fnternatly e1 Daas Joi... PIJn III-1"'.. mare

and creatures. of the ti..ld and foreet. which harv..to of plentv. An thew are the She-n. Bald 112' arms were like otlug directly upon the blood ad inn- sled for ..e..1 yan aDd n8 children IfSr'lIriem SAWILt ON UIIIL +,
do not ..' in the I..io narrative unto l"rd',. "The eArth i. full of Thy rlche." Ivory. eons surfaces 01 the system thereby destroy.Iugtbefoaada blessed m7 home. The doctor. aid I
I much later[ v..rer. 14-111. The work of We. should not think of them a the prony Her Hateful Frlen4-Puh.po h. ioaof the 41_. aDd gtvfn* had a complication 01 lemal. troubles Large EnlllMe and Boilers' supplied

the fourth dsy the .UII and moon, but wIth of natio.. of the 1 possessions; of fndividuels meant' they were notltllll bu: boce.- the patient" strength IDy building up the tar and I could Dot have any. children aa- promptly.. a"lnll. M111e. Cern Mills.
5gnenl' reference to men aDd animals.verses but a the wealth oi Ood. Not in .m..tloll and assisting nature Ia doing Its lees I could be cured. n. tried to enreme Cirolll.r a.-.aaw TeethP.t.nt Dogs,' )+
one clime are these to b. had but Detroit Free Preae. work. 1b.proprietors baveso mach faith inIt. .
IIJ A. The poet having already wo- everywhere bat after .zporllI\1nl' for se..
.
Steam Qev.rnora. jrllll line .
EaglneeMill
The cold Arctic 10.. iLa .curative powers that they offer On. Bu.-
yen into sus song part of the work of the precious
fifth and sixth days. now returns to it. and thin.u. which it requi. greet hardship toobtain. dred Doiaeforany ease that It falls to era! months. m7 husband became dergreeted lIuppll.. send for .free C..OVve.'
Bull. In when noticed
a Hoaplt.l. teaUmoDiala. Address and ODe night w.
describes the with its living The burning sun nf the equator Bend for lit ot
sea creature
three wIth All else the whole visible furnishes food that cannot bl' grown else.where. Two, bulls escaped. from the arena P. J. Osswsr a Co.. Toledo, O. the testimonial of a woman, who bad I
creation -
in absolute dependence God They all belong to God but lie .t Valladolid Spain and made their Kola by Dnllrltote. 'Ilk been cured of similar trouble through
upon given U. to UM and for die aiver' Take Hall'. FamIl, PIlla for ooneUpatton. the use of Lydia Eo Plnkham'a qrosyRil[
verses 24 30. In versa" 31,3.the Psalmist enJoy wy Into a hospital, where they upeet .
drac..bt-e her longing to ce the bright oril. cnry.] several Ord.r.d i Cab:: su Oat e. ga. Vegetable Compound. be went oat .
beds on 1I'hlclt patlen.
The other translation of the word were aDd I need
mil restored. name bought a bottle for ins

ly that of ........ ... i. amid 'A Chicago traveler looklac. for pastime .. all swelllag 1.
The text being the 24th verse i. a pert of .atu. ; too significant to lying gored three persons.1ONARCH your medicine for three and one-hall t S perweeHeatv
the d".U'D including verH. 19.26. which i ignore. Not only i. the earth filled - -- utill&ed the. wireless telegraphyequipment months.Improving'.et.edllyii. hea1th.,M, EA ....yalell'.a .. Psiettratesgteafree. .
treat of the fourth day' work when the tbe riches of God but It j. filled with with, S'rUMP PULLER. of one of the ocean liners, and tn t.w.nt7.'wo mont a child .Seattegm.beIa. .
and but creature.. AU belong to Him as His Will pull afoot alamp wUhaD' Write Or.N.N....... ..... .
sun moon were made referring his to New York to' order the
d..n. Some are obedient .om. are list Guaranteedtoetandastrainof ou return trip I cannot fully .preaa joy .,....Illata. ... s &Iaa'" 0.
I'articularl he t. men end .nim.I. There. Some. Ion to serve Him others not. They > its, CaWoame and die.enuna I . while h. was yet 200 mlles at'M'e. and thankfulness that f. ta my hean. rf
doubt I the
tan no respecting interpretation are Hia and He loves them though th..ymaY address MONARCIiGRCBBEK a to meet him at tile barf, at a Oar home I. a dIfferent place now. as Rtraeyapaterelf.b..y.i i
I because the literal translation re.da: CO........Tree.1.. coupe and 7
ford be disloyal] to lIim. we. have something t.o liv. for
0 how manifold are Thy works, in certain bour.I .
wisdom t"ut Thou made them all. the earth The conclusion or our interpretation 0' aU the credit ia due to IJydlaEo

i ia full of Thy ......atu,....." the text ill that God Almighty treated all PlDkJ1am.. Vegetable Com.poancL -..-
1. The 1'.lm"t" Recognizes God 118 the things, that the great variyty, of iiis hand i] 1 BATHS OF RADIANT HEAT. Yours very sincerely.. Mss.L wt"lt-" "'e

er..alor--"U Lord Thy work... Writing work was imperative to display His po".rthat 1 a. Groves, a14 prove Bt. Milwaukee. ales gtI re_
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by inspiration does Dot necuaari1y pre.clod. fresh evidence of Hi. wisdom 11 conelantly WI&. Vice President,, Milwaukee == =x Y= __
being disclosed] and that the whole Pain Banished by Ei.ctrlo Light "
: the u.. of .,rovmd.1i.m. provided : -..-. OfWfW' 1
that such correctly describe faoU. And human famiy belong to God to bf' saved. Treatment eNn. '- ......... s
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..Mor.lnldllon : l..see l.
they be prepared for tire and for immortalit-tal -. .:::;.:.:.., :.= :
may enlarged or modified in order wham be all praise.Tr A lIt and light treatment which ..,.. __0..,_ilta,.&"MY.._ '
to hI' accurate. Tile doctrine taught in later,r
this Psalm j. in strict award with notions iJ.U! caused much eomment lately

renlhnl at the tires of its composition *. So_... among' weltllllbt4, says the London 1vIaa1 Ox-dex-s'

and alnre that there was a yme "hen only The man .hoae life outwardly an de-: Elprees I. the Dowsing system that

God existed and that here came a time feat' ie steadily expanding in it. illtereetj I t1 consists chiefly In dlNClllat .Ieetrto 1'i

when Lb. universe w. form..d..Jt ie the and sympathies. steadily:: growing in po",", Itt,r..CD the body O'f' the person WE SEND SAMPLES 'oF SUITS OVERCOATS BOYS'KNEEPA
kacbing of all the ancient faith. *bd the to bear aDd suffer and be strong:. I ba the .
IIniverae did not spring into existence of ble.-d consciousness of coming into.. idikingdom. subject for treatmeDt. The system TS SUITS OR MEN'S'PANTS

its owe by Almighty volition, hut Ood.was made out of. Dotb.Inl . No outward dieter 110 ",stel'! Is used 1*. cases of rheumatism gont. AU you have" to 40 ie'tel teA ne what :roil want giving sisee :red'prtoes' 'and we

ie Oftenhow.vertheeonceptio. n.1 obetec1. or limitation can ever dote IdaUea.r lumbago and similar 41.. will mail samples at ones, h.I" years of praotjee bas es how to send you
vague and confused end evenmeamnge. a true fife the soul un escape ill the what order-or If send .... taught .
you prefer.
.. eases and certain forms of tuburoulartroubles. you your order amount you dNlrl.
: bt'ceuse destitute of that light the
which things a bird escape. the Jlt'nie of the to invest.and if we don ace d you what you want. send" at back at oar espeae.and
lightftb every man eomia.l into the snare aDd the met b" flyiDC above These rays are claimed to. .. wW refund tho aao1M7.. .
"''u d. J& I. the clear implication of the This highest success 1iee within the them b. the nearest approach to the SUII' -
Scrltur. that there was a time when of every eAmeet man or women, and It a. by artificial mealls. X_'. ........ srao.use. siLae all sad .... Ma's .'eta.Silo",ss. ..
Got WAR alone. and that the time came rarely without attestation of its presence rays obtalaeble 'to ...N. s8. 11& end N. 11078. Ks.-Paate galls, ......: se. s.. Sc.S4 ..
when lie employed Hi. power to fashion and value even in the eyes of those who The great advantage pec.uH'.r this sad SO.5O. Ev.rytalag: is Hate sad ...........1....
the heaven. and the earth. take .maU account of spiritual thanlla.j I treatment lies In the a1)1l1t of the

Only the great God could conceive such There ie a force which streams from a noble electrio ran to- penetrate 'the body THE GLOBE CLOTHING CO..
'Compilation! aDd complication of organic nature which Ie irresistible and pore.rive ,
and inorganic maUt'r. Since creation many u the aunlilllat. The warmth and vi going direct to the part or parts of. .. WIIITESALL aT. ATLANTA. OA.W1LDoucLAS.. '

wonderful thoull ta have OCCtipied -tk tatty of such natures;wh1ts btll'f1fOl". the tr Uble. To undergo this treat-

mind. of men but none have sagge.fedthemselves. ate the strongest men and women .about meat the person I. flnt placed upon '

Tlev\ have been wafted Into them, penetrate to the hart! of clouded) to bM, after removing all clothing, :
and hors through the channel of human and obscure lives and minister tf> their:
thinking by the of some satisfying ai s and wrapped snugly In the covers.
appearance euggestive n.ede There ia no I'ucceu w UNION "I'OR..AD" s
ol'ur..nct'Ve! think our thoullhte that which I ill embodied iD one' chencterl with the bead only ouulde. The 13.50. SHOES ._..N.

after ODd. It thus follows that we could and being eo embodied cannot be taken r.ys aA then turned 'On, and the sub.ect w. L n...,_ -e.--_ rid .... altw' ese'a

not think! of the universe withou, seeing from him. and the influence of which, reacting ) I. literally bathed In beat. The ...... ...... .... std .far'. ....,.... rMe,1Wk.rw ,
something to suggest it. on this character of other. i aleiude.tructable.Christian .... ne L Dss.. e.iYy .
Only the Almighty eopld design the univsne. Union.A patient by this .Tltem I. subjected ..55r.01 _.r.xw .. l aetae.a..1a,4'"
.. Architecture i. a science to be ae- to a temperature of aoo or tOO d.. 155 auh. w .natlsi.a.ade It' I .a.nd _sat

liu gored metered tinder this the instruction branch of learning one who end !Robl African W.maa.A I JrreoftI. The parson does not exper4 roe. alirwe.sw..e..e-. -.. 7"1." s.iyte I Da"h :d::=eM yI.yeW.rr...s .wissaWS.
:: $ _... .. _
in t11ptOHTplB'til war b.11t
slave women named OlfUnfO living discomfort notwlth.tancllDClb.
I. once anT :1.
therefore able to impart it to othere. 3..uy.. otlWIIe tart s ..,
Designing a dwelling ie possible because the country west of the Niger, tonged for great heat. Ordinary beet ol Wswkj its'.c Soo t ,_-... '
there freedom "d worked hard until she secured ".....1IIIIa- '. I
are those will have instructed
been
>> this high intensity would clo the barman
in the art. Designing the universe Ii per at. Then she traveled to another region to a's a .,283lJ4OaOO.
l oeraws.'rt.eaYsest.g to turn but three elpctrlo
body a
sible only to God since no other baa been enjoy' life.Them. 1i1i W. ... ...... 'WaI.. "- _
or ie able to ellMe.t a plan of 89cb scope she wu converted to Chriet. Thisgave I U.C.rEw., t > Au.arti Oa. ray. being dry, evapoyate the'escret- ... prkl".r1iia.. 1- 'vef.N)a.lrurMW'C.N. .""' _
and her a Dew 10npDJ. What she now N ILkM e.wywM.. .1/01014"..Md.ag r
craDdeur. lie holds the ket which UD' eel penJplrattoD. This method Jut s. \
locks longed for was to tell the lisle people : .tlor er.'IaN '
the .el.r
mysteries of thie sublime eoDOt'p'Ion. treatmeot. + F1
: mentioned I. for general
among whom>> ahe had been a slave what .,.........."Isp.,., ,.,. ..../w:! :.'
Granting for the sake of tbd good things ahe had leomed. She went For local complaints there are detached .....-.u.t-. 'I *'JItoio "' r.z: .

here are mind. of adequate argument scope to Coin back to lisle worked. hard l, earned money. aii1is u.. .ode dWO1lLD'6 reflectors, which are held a &'dR"STi6ee'W 'r.Jr.!..iM.'TT;.f .......fta,'

P..nd the tact ef a universe we cannot got a the churcbuilt at hekdisposalgof tshehe little away from the affected part eo W. tt n..atss: Cev.a.Cplt.kh. I.hle sip '
see placed eb..e. C.r =. is..seededt.1.wawe
witb.
+
any advantage since a conception t
out ability to execute must remain dos nearest Christian pa.tor. that the beet plays upon the place P.--L..a.r......

went For a Hosea who could smite a The Church Missionary Jntelli from DOW and searches out the dl.eThe TN2 an ... ...y......... ...... pots. ia.feoTtes. .'
hale ... .....
lIT. LOUI& I
repoJ1a that lie young men PAIR Wog ro er .au.
rock, and Joshua who could arrest the Dowsing system bas also been used
would a hno beell baptized tbrouh thellO eflorlo of'h. GREATEST 3 OCrAKM W. 4 ooWILA;, .....;.... .....
.aWl. be ballled in attempting to axelave. Iseems \hat r1 lo-Saton. Le.tsvIU. and ,1111..118 ItallroILIf with .some success In the treatment
orate unl.........
a Men h.don. great .
the strenuous life. Deliaed
: and It Ja
monopoly on of tubercular jolnl.e,
things have no the World'. Pair
but God has done auater. MaD you are golmg to 1"
j.n
to OllUnro
The OIt'rietian name liven If the best could.be tads. to
as than rays
Do more make for nature I"t
designs DoeIIs west the bat "lito. Tie L. A 11. la UN JOWEIS
"e caD nun .the grasp to grow and the ccaaa-wCmhru uokWoappropriate t. Jlenetnt' the patltlllt' lungs they Boers I f e..I ...as

Bowen to blooro it I. all within the abalit' ..rteet, q1dokaet .4 best 11.'IIne would kIll the bacillus of oensumption. -
of God and of slim alon.. "0 Lord I.'j' I.i I.
!1'br works" X.owa B.at. trains cJaUy. Through Pullmaa weeping An apparatus. elf this oharse

Jr. The Variety of Gnd'. Cttat.lon-'O n. outward features flf our life may not ()ara aM 1a1ac Oan. Low .... J'Ioketa ter bas been Installed in BucklaghamPalace.
+ Irrd how manifold Thy works" :' which choose them to be CJl the KID& and
the
are be all that we should ; for use
a.e.I .
...
Ie .imply the of that sold c1aIl,. 0.1 from your" apD''au4
blblicalform "Preanal wish for never
then may be thinp we when ),Ir. Chamberlain wan suffering
the many organi.ed of the Creator' be much we wish via L. A 11. Sroro.a.ALSaw. .
types come to>> u.; there may ul: for tickets attack .f gout this ,
handiwork from a recent
Theae are denominated klllll"doma. that we cannot part from. The per- .
The mineral kin dom>> i. constituted away with whom w. live" the circumstances .. n JI.unrOTJl CATLW treatment W&I resorted to with sub

of inorganic .peel. It her ever enlisted by eons which we are surrounded the duties we kAada of Informatlos tum1.olM 011 appBoat4a C... CATMARUO P'e
the labOn of the most brilliant intellects have to perform the burdens w. lisve, to to J. O. BOLLSNBECE
aDd devoted .tudnlo. Every decade ofleseareh bear Dot only be other than what we K C.J
has disclosed some relict of the abouid may have selected for ourselves, but may J>lat. PMa. Agent. AUa5.. h. ANCIENT BUT IT GOES.Peebles .
ages. while even greater fields remain un- inconsistent with that form.tlon idfsl( ,
future What .viii be disclosed in the even" aDd Seem discipline 01 character which we HELPING ALONG THE! JOKlII. (about to be operated upon 1 -- -01"1OUAaANTE&D Jr

no ODD can tell. W. cannot but behere honestly! wi.h to promote. Knowing u.bett..r for appendleltl.-Dodor. before you ,
that more remain. concealed than than w. know ourselves" fuUT underetandiog "These" said the epicure to the I wish '
b"c1n would and
send have
her ben diaconred. "0 Lord bow manifold how greatly w. are afleetedbr bright Phlla4eoIphla g1rl, "are .11.11. you_ cuts ...an ...... eeuW.s. .....tcItte. bed ....th. bed
are Thy worka." and conditions of our pastor' the Re" Mr B1anlt.r come bled.wt....tire meeb .t"te, fool I mouth. ._"If"r.::: setl.a. pIaopI.
The firfed with U'.. the outward events with view I suppose Philadelphia people dou't _.eaRge.Noglives e\.i.;:;. \ .1''" ."iII....dI..t_ w.... .....bowels........_
vegetable kingdom i. God bu ordered them a UYfr. rdanl.rly Sr.sick. Mite .......
his you C.uadp.tlos mess people tae aU ea:ier dlee.ela. .1
Frolll eat tt for fear O'f cannlballsrn"
the smallest plant to the largest tree to our entire and final not only! our im .. Dr. S.weCerlaI1l1y, Ir you wish --ehranle e1l.ts. sad loo'yeses of eireerlog, Me manse what .... ,..o.start to51a
are varieties innumerable This ia mother mediate happiness, !n,1 whenever w. caD 11' was the answer. 'It tan't bIlth- CAIICARETa tad.p, for gee will -II" well r1 stay well until yea eM year b.e
field in which Investigation, has not been I ... lire It. :. right Tab e r start with C.e..ne tsda . ab.dute
.,. ..fel the We cout dn't catch them"- !
) the .r:1
waDtins. Great numbuo of 1Jf- flowers and wafters taros iD way reeb1es-1"4 lib to b. opened W'WIpraTet'o i r Addew NnsvUeg.'_ '' C. Jf"': '. .
brt' '
green: Ws.hington Star. ''' J'Coooi.C..Ieac.Of'Y.-. ps
and h..rbe of all kinds an being di.Covered. of earthly blessing, the Good Shepherd .
The massive collection is I a surety 1V. Tborold.Pryer ,. .
leads OIl there.-.Arnold -- --- -- ---
to ever createi'' di.e01'crleo. And "e believe t

that every comin authry will die' Wow Power. ..
close 80m. new form of life. "0 Lord how liveal! Pray to be
for

manifold:The animal are Thy IIRdom work.!'po r_ .peelN stronger Do not po"onl prar DI>Pray not easy pray for powers for tasks equal equal to>> ,IiJ FJiiKffh1ii1jiIIIiijii is: ''GuaranfHB 'k-

Without s. number. ne mpet minute insect to your tubl Then the doing of TOur work '
well .. the human family belong to IL your miracle. But- ahaU"bo amiraok.
Ct'rt.in: forms have become .ZtlP. others will be. 110 Every d.t yor .you wonder at
are It i. in this .t.ld that _,
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Injul"inli him. I liol1 it I.. n..t aurl'rt"ln lh"t IwopJ,' 111for..Ig1l ]1)citl Under liron S ( : EI..diulI: i II,l'l'" ,' SEllS' ,isrl-h, \ . ,.", II. 1111' IIt' .1 nt H'"II" I ,.'. ..1., '. ". I nIl) It I' II Liii' I 'itll.iIiillIoU. of 1

\ 1t III hardly to be supposed thamLmmkeland 11111,1.I .. .Ls well IIh..t homime. "11t..m i "t ( IIChaptr ,.Lil I... ''''//.111. ....h .iitili to 1'.1", ..a "I Iii... ..'ill1).. . ,ItEgIll.Il., ..', II- Ii.. ,'ir.l' ' ""r''. till' ..1,.1il. "'. I'h.rt.'I I ttj'.t.'.'..''I.' II"rl.I.." .. I. h".I"I % .tti".10': '.. 1 >

will want any 11I01' of tuiessenh11eaTaiipa I thi.I imfli(1, V 4I Ii gl ly' U'Il I 1'1'." 'I HK. La\\: s of d.. .l..m ". . ,'t I .I" '11.1 1 "", ,,, 'iii ', , i" 5,1.1, ii. '" "lii "",II., I T.IStn It ". { '. . 52 t f

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above wnt' rut In t"IM' thn report }Ioa ; 01101'm im'al hy III 5 I"is-- I : IlIllIlli. .11,1 1. , $s..: rjj..ll.r 'I s t..l tile '
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'" Lockjaw, or tolOn\l8. aba re.kH. : ,Il, '. ... 'j 'I'hnl'h' I 1.1' s. ,lPl>' """'''',1'1 ,115 110.. l.- .. .. .... ,. .,..,. ... ,. .. .. 'In. lo soul
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IlIu.. whih 1..1" "J< m 01' germ ex ;,, :hiss I "I ,1 I II" <'I s..i.. '. '.% I" .,. ... I .. ,tttlllt.ll.i.i. II" t I 1. iso .I ''. ,II , ,.,
fully I lu bLI"l'ut d irl,. It Is Inaotl'to so ( mtmIe-snt'-s) is I",'''",, ", .i )111. for m8n." SHill, I ', ,'T "I"n'" .......H" r. ,1't I t litoil.i I -I, ,,,,, i I. .0. t' l., r i.t'. I I.. .15.1, .h.III I"". .taI. .t,, I i.t.n, lee'... .II' h ru ,I. t.IiI..i'' I .. tint) .II. hI h".II., ?' .I.' ul-u, 1.111 I IV.I.$ r.. ,.10"
rid time, ..,.., ,... ,,iii.-I II, t.m.'i. "m ",, -, .. ni mi..1.. ,.. ,.,,, ., .. I "I"
1on the air hut Iwnarrl'd n 1"lIhHI I 3 5 ttk II .mt the ttig' I s ri) I i.r.s, ITS H iil.t Ill r ill I I lIt'S fit-.t t't.it. ,'F allIs, JII.lII', -.1.' "I I I I ,. I .
\ / u" eXpO4ed to \\ a'.... makinI human wl'l'ICk& of su ttei'mfititu ... I b-s :,Ii ,..,isI, iI:;.si's I,: :; ss ,1 I .5,1 ...... I"I."., ,"l \l'r, I'Iii. 1,1 r.liIi'aii' ,,,, II" I,..., I.. ..r. ..,,> I.. ...t JlIsl" I..IsIA .. II", I II. u' "I "". .r 1'1,1,1.Arl./I I iii'rIb., atttIlt'l, "5 I'I".f
the >: ''I.
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ss -'I in !II -'ama lt t ''Slit' till N ''" ' M .1.1" I
W0U11d4 ('aU8ed bJ' percussion! eap4 UI'by TIII'vat Ilnd 1..1111tl'oohl'li.. I bit, T. ." lI.hlpli: .4.'UI 110 l Ii,,,,,... .. ",..., I -..'.' .", ,-I,, ,'I' 11'1..10'' littii,, ..r 'h., I .", _1//." tIl .I,.., ., i1l.il..II, "I"I "E S I.o.lI.lI I... ' 'J -tilI 11")1'' I I i .. It "
4 since the a"cnt of Dr. Kin's New N. . ..r. .. li.l 5.1 tI.'". 't.ltt' ''I 1,1, 'n, I. ier'b, 1 II"h.,1 \ .. Il' 1"1.1.,. 'u a 15,11 IlaN. I
rusty oalls. aDd when the air 18xl'1uded lw'4 i N.4. '" " ,11. ; , ) I'' .i 'rL1 I" .r ,I..L"IO.II"II.." "I ,1' I or "H'I I." I. sut "I I''lktslimP '
U 'Oitl,, I ic, "", :1 is> ;..., 'J""I'I 45 M It ri it pit f..llo, t l"ii" "tlI', .'S. t..T. lP I ii tEAS .. 1..1 t" .
])i 'o'f'I'It" ( "I\HIIIJI11Llon t 'olllohsalld iIIlIl'it4 no I 'U a. I Ih"l
the Is routed Lo etivi- ( / :"'" I...,. ,. I i'g.t.. .. .. a' . \ i' ru.fIt tilig
t 1.1'111 :S".r ;0.1 N. "-, ,'110" 14. te tart' si. Ii mIrsIt i.Ie, I 1. 11.1115, I S I ..." titt Li.. .sit'i sI..i .. .
loleb, even Iho worst cas..s eat .. .. II" I. II".. i I. II". ..,,,.1111".1 .'ie. I . .. ... J.rh.l .I it .S of nf.
tv And produee. th\ most virulent poi- 2 $ .tb. ha"" iI' 10.-I,; .., ., r. nl I "u.1 II 1li. P I" ull t oils '' .1..11 h" .. ti ., hut' ,in .lNlsiiu "f.
lion known. These germa niay be de- he 01..1. a".1 IlUpcl..1I 1''Jiglllll( Ion i.t ="cst '.. ':; N;' '. "" .""" 2-4. T.-I",, :!!, .-"..11. "Illi, ''I'(art.f'..1' lit 11,'foil.. ..," 'ig "''.''lIIt( ",,1\, i-i. . S. III'sEt'5.t10I01 J "(l.ll' tin '" II I .'s..,.. 'III .1......",' I 51c151 ''rh.i 'lif.lI'" "'tO'li rm"', .o..f otis- ti
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Zr nil tie's lit .h",11I .
'Olin. 'I' EnITi it i.apts1.1 Ale.' 111..11 ..... ..
Mrs. Lois < 'I""Y .1 , u.
longer CI'aK 5.sn lot I'IIpjIltlIl.l. .I ' ui
str\'f'd and all danger uf lockjaw I no Dt'Cf'SSnry. .. ,.aii, lEt iist, I I..d-. s..n.'I- r.e..IMI ,,',.h' \, II."nlll" ,M..s..r, ut Lasts. a c.ml'.t tax ti lIllerl", c.Illrtn. ....1 III ull .. )JlstI'u, ,'u' lt'glllllIsitf .. I" i'ilti' 'oun ._
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of Do.'che"l.el'l..lIb.: Is of .It. . t' /
avoided [ unto many II tt.l I .. 1" gliug"
Chamherlaln'sJa 1I'.lHt..f rel.mr. II ,. .ue
appylnll .b ''I"rlnl..I" ( LI ,
; hy 1,01111 I'S' il..h) 15I rf,1\"t 1..111) 01 SIl ) t5. II" """' ,'.,I "r I.." I,., "'1 I ",1 u "iiiillitl" litu'. ,
Oahn freely a.. soon a8 the InI whose lIre was saved b, DI' i'Ing's I I.. th.. ...",,, ..r 1'10"1'r., .:' Of 11.0''''''11"' 'l.trimrli, .,. .<..."..11".1"I 'Olin''t) .'."e"u, I II... IIttllli 01. ),., till Ill. gal' ..1 .11 MI II..", ..sayi .1..1"1... I h.. lsiui.s "I sIrs. t II I ills ilItulflwsI rttiilN. .'
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I'rln .f .rn.!
"l""k..ow nt\ s .1 I.II I ".iII 111"I ..1Ii"'r. I".U' .
jury is reeel ved. Pain Balm i Is anantisepUc Nw DIsco\el'Y' This great remedy I' .. I I' I .h.lin-siI I lat. weeti.its. 'ii I... four m"lI.lh"lln -. 11.5 tIlt 'flH' or &allI'lItrS..I.' Teal VStMtl.ulisi '. j ."u""I'I 15 ulld pm,."". 111" l.u",1 .1".1 f
Cal I .. . .1.
I n.sms 1..1'1111..1.I .1".11) l I I I" r..ls 'n. ) "lIr. cx'lIt. 1 "I iii CtlllIllIlIi" I .. , I 11.111. i.iIittl. I 10, III, J.. S" or ." ,
aDd CIlU8f'S cuts bruises Is guumunt4wd for all Throatand Lung "' '''''1',111I' t.. lfi" Itt. 11.\ w ill m..s.u.. I h..r.nOII '; I I u.S t term I i I furnr clIlI.b 51111 I a,.....I.r"I,. I. ImaimIlu." ..Uua; .
I .., ; I.Ce t t' I.'I:;\ :! : isrIgizial J Ia 'l'I. 5'.i a' f" ( ," I ill .
: ; : :; I .1 ha
.1 lo I II. I 'a f.r aIsle
.r laxe ii I : : N'i .
: and like Injuries to heal without ma dloa8eR by 0Ill'(10Ia Pharmacy. Druggists. /:- I th. I.I .I..r. N,rt'.',ul.r. A II hIll' ii. *% y ,of tar.'Iie tiitr, ) ni.i lllltIss fIll; i' till; .? I.ill :: I 11,1. '"'"I) alit I" .I'I"u'' I llWPl'' tr.
PrIce 50c auti l 1.110. '1"1'10.1 Wt, .._ 'n.. luns4, nut -I, thO 91.1 .I.v. ..r 1".IIr''H.I'. I..' for ttt '' years "nlll I h"'n- I ..Icll ..11'r tllMt l1 II. II". .. I Ill' astti titiisiu o.n. "
one-third ,, ,. U StIlt tale IalM) tIlES t.t'I'l 5''s. I..r ,
the time
turatlon anD In reo (I"KA'.I' ) 5th.r. A IJ.I I1W. 'r s l&'i It ,. I.I i.., ...I loin, ts1: .I I. h'h qietit ... m.. . ,, .. -laiS
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bottles II . 'l.i.l- 110'1.1"' i II .I , 'Jill(( IsIritL14IIOU I- tilt) lUll lutlilts lIla "lIis Irs. lit P.r. .
bus
-S quireti hy the usual treatlI1t'nt. Sold lice. .''OIloJ M I.RH: .'...." titp"II'.h.. oh.1I ta pll'.II..r ...rtn. nr tour ,I, I" au t lSil nt.i. .."".... *.. 4(1.105 vsIstlIsg' t... lal..,..-Ill l.Iiillt S tit. 01 i
) by all d l'uM"jlsts. By S. II IiUI.I'K. D (' {" ,'rk.NO'rIVE i.mC11, '" mu.ta.i. .ibciiefortii' .I! Clli ..tv. ol1\.r. ,lu I"e .u..I. ) 0".11' '5, 11I..I"c' i tIllIli, )".1..,.. I ..St.tI ..1..111111 t t. mi".r.. 'tlalls.r "f ui.tiuccenIi. .al. ,
J I iii a .ttoo ahatibe fur .
--- "The lieu trust Is here says a darted lertu. ,anti uf all moislli.' nun. nilsI .1,1 ,4et ", "" ",I', itIiil ,.I I".' ,.. ,
t the I Hf i.ar years Their I"en. duties amid cotmii.eis.tiou :ij1 iso .. I I I .. ,' 'I.IH.'I., ... r 1.-gal .I.
Speaking of running we see where Ispaleh. I..t Florida get In 011 shall bo tIUlt. Itt ro..1 .1 .il'155l1e .IIo. "'11''''' .111.I "'1"1.,1 I ii t..h. "f I
OF ELEV1'IOX.TI presi ilud b) late. "... Is SI",) '''''''h''""" *bllll, dIal ,.f..01 IllR, ."' "., ors'Is U ., o.r,
tur old friend Koropatkin lit at It ground 11001" I :thiS! IlellIr, ,' JllkhlI't',' I. ..l II". "iItdlt' III ,....101111'S I lii, 1 i-I.I a turin. is I! or(I 1111.1"H.I"II..llh'o jl'I"1. lciti."Ir.t ". -
.,
:3 ,giau.N : I PIStIl tIler., I. till I 011111) "'.....I..r 4'IPtIfl um n' ',.,. 5 .u.I.r'. : ifli5'Ilil l" ,F Ih""II. 01 t
Not a Sick Day SIDCO. ARTICLE XXII I, 0..1. ai.ii" "'''' r\ l.lIIl ....01 ltt'Pel. iMIC j J..rI.o1'0 \.. 1."I"rH.r..levl.I .. .1"I ...fr'tm .1\Uol I .
.. t I 0' "'.""ur. a r I nl l.efre .
CO" stlpatloa. the .hf'rll1"of O.eejta County, of the &l.aleuf Tb.Uh. follow I Hg IPlIlUL, j llsiItislwrtatUiUS .I.hl.I"'UI.1 i ..
alck with kid- 011 .m.nd..ot to 'fo'
"I waR taken severely the CoostiItiUOu -
VlrIr.aSm w theIr I.r..c lIrl.llclI "u, W lot, $tqtittu II, I
of
.f the
& Health (a absolutely Impoulbie U ney truuble. 1 tried ail sorts of medIclDets knowlI that I. II (, I.A'c.RoWFORD.; I. b..b)' agr.ud Staio.f(,0. aol i'lurlo1..b.1I be,.....nbrnlllA ud the same satatvl.aud 1..I..re. uf 1111 uur.. anti. smeh oll.er1I..ltotr. t' C stab of Florida 1 LI i iltnob: ; smocu.Iod eO o.10

S. tonstlpat.loD. be -present.. Many serloui DUDe of which relieved me. One Becrelary of .r..u.e of the B..t.e of Jl'1.rld&, do the ul.lora of the State at tle renaral emociioii to &II time ,.et.l.tturt., lliuy l'ruvIdu. 'Simsctrcuti read .(allows .
JUurla ants Judges hil iluvu Sucttou 24.
heftby give notIce that 'i'heLeilslalureshall .
a JMfwer III
cases ot liver &nd kidney com"Jllalo' day I sew an ad. of your Electric BU In 1\104. for r"tUlc.tloll or reject-iou. IssIlu srtmof ulsndglllls inJtslion. of a
) oeunt
bavtl sprung from, neglected ten. anti determined to try t.hat. ..At.tel' General EJection hereby Suction..10ft..IOI.( .,as 1:1:to 0'read time ax Cooat&loa follows\ I. usrtiorari' I, prohllhlumm., ;Imauwa.. quo uoni.o.warlanto <.. tituuieiplltioi.. .. 10Lo) gaivet-umimil.plasse. of I shall moore :

( few doses 1 leII' relieved I"\lou and all write. properor uueesasr) to lh. unto- Usaim, ou .. b.aleu' JliiIhilati0li II shall
taking a VJII
S tCoostlpat.lon. Such a deplorable' con. will be belti,' In J""a" Count,. StaLe 01 FInN. to *..... ...d anl1ect i.ebClOllbl.hall be required 1..1At .."........ uS locir jurmsoiettou.. .tabU.b Stir each Cl... a "uUorm 17510,0 of I'I'u"lfura
dillon II unoe<-ellary. There Is a and soon t.beralter was entirely cured, i 4&eTustliy uezluwwodlug the tint Mon. of p"bl free sohouls.0nual17 10' tbu.uppors. section :/4. Of ..ull"* V. ot tim. cotmutitulionof K"v..ra.n.n.t ii sbil provide for lh. reboorjrattou -

cure for It.. IlerblD8 will I ny.TeIIledymatterl. and have not seen a sick day since.Neighbors d&y III l"ove.ub. .A IJ I 115)4. the .Id. Tuesdalyetug i.liau. tInes (15)) mllil mini thusein sourS a thao LaS of.e"eD out Ie.(7) tb.read elate... tollOWsaectIoi 01 Fsurida herebg 'o"ded so 5. 10 or each now ."I.Ua" muuk'ipahty

C. of mine have been cured.of : \be- mtlli 0,. a.h. : and for ihu tucorporatiun I ber.aft.er1s1
P. doUu. all
A. Lindsay, .0' taxable Au ,
pro..rU :24. Upon the .""I.II<'"U"" of tue tnoorpor.te-I ,, .IIllrYa.
a ra.
of
the .....
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1LBronson. Fla.. writes Feb. 12. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Liver and Eighth Day of November Jorlty of the rell.w.1 vat.. r. ol. ally IIllilIty ill .",'h ('laa.t'. .."d..o w I till'lu.. to the('.
; 1002. "HlI.vlnlC' tried llerblne, I find Kidney troubles aDd GeDeral Debili- Ibis .....e... 11,, 1..I..IU'c tlipaii establish. 'u gIVCrtlhltiit .r l"w1'11. of any .aloo. ,\

it a fine medicine for conlttlp-a.t.lon." ty. This Is what B. F. Bass. ut Fre- Fo, live (') l'reH"II.1, EIeton.. such ouu"I) .. .'I.'HI..r Ib' PSi ,1,1111<' tiler.. shall. utI, Pu'latin of lit ut II tt'ilaall: I". I... muolol"aUyor .
; For One R I>r..H.'nL..vcof. Lhe .tuf I 'omsren.ioii1 .- AiTJCUt Jt/II.: be oun judge' oah of till ,' 'Urt. Ito ul .. .hasI \.
.t Me. oottle. moot N. C.. writes. Only 500. at JIleiet) (IfI1orl.I... 'Iii the l"IIY."I''h the abi.l I he a I.rllelllulg at I..,'rIat., ) at \1st 5% : S 0,1 I : :il.. ".1.''II.n M. Arl... \'alll, of the CnoalUuUou 01

Osceola Pharmacy Drugal8t8. COD!!:'..... UI the Uult..d !!1a14:.. tloT.'J: the followimig state of Flonlds amendii.t.t. dlo lIme Coijafi- .b"1'I ho "ltO'.1 i b I... h..Hr"or and "ou mite "Iwl of ... hereby I repealed I.

4 The Republic of Argentine 18 repor- For '.lvern..r or th.. St.nte or Flortsl.11'or lierehy asmec4 w .ud shall.. be siam. Is lirmnuti b, thu .... iti e b. ehil ItoIl, b\\. I he ,.,. ....11.. with said .
.ablaIUe" .omrl..u..e
ted calm Ah! Another revolution With leap year only two months and Hurelnry nf Stainof tIu !State of Flnrl t.. eiut't.rs nf the Male at the We.Cral. ..I..tlou to lb.10 I Ofilest for lo"r ) tar.. liiittlIllial .salary of '1"I ..'"Am.II" ". ...v..., .Ir r
hal several decisive 'or AtLorIie)' (.""1',1 of the Stale or t Iorld. N..vc..I. A. P. iste for ratll'cat JU"I" .I said "".rIA .h..1 r,,l'siii Illiarturi) bJ I ialU ,.. .."r..lh..f. .h..I'I .., .
: brewing?: a yet to run, enJragemeDLI I.'or 00 or rtjec. I the "'lulity ""r" I. .lhJo. 1
: ('om.lrol "r of the State 's( 'lort<1.. 'Ion ''lh .r tstslili.iaod .Ut U.sSlitc rI.gl .u." stiti ,. ,j\
are Imminent. For Tre..r..r nf 110.. Ittt. of "lorlI.. Suction 18 A..lcle .b.n I ho ltt I..lu" .l 115(1 tItles .' Ie. Ih..u II p..lu.I" 15w for ticoenal the
Does.'t eapect Old AKe. For 8I1perlnl<....ll.I/1/ of 1'"I hOc I I".tn..llon of be aud or I. b'reoy V. 01 time CoustItutlonsl.ali teen ,h"U'd,< ,14I11. 1..11". 'lIlt tloul.1 h..I..f FiltrislI .1.Uoo. II \ '
am.ueled
A Runaway Bicycle. the ,s4tmLe .f "lorlola. foilow: sq am to read as lana 10 "'.unl'c.' iii( 10,1,1, ni.,.," "...", .. he Ta.u'ntsi't,. Vtiptiy I tt.v.- hereunto set .."

It's shameful when youth falls to Yoe'itmniinnioner of A grhimituro of the State. 11o'lIon tbol y hhuii.tiI .i 'ia'Sal"HIll .hlwo 'Ind..1 hand anti afliael time Itreal Seal
show respect for old hut Terminated .wIth an ullly cut on the of lisrtIis.ior .,,oimitloa as Thol".I.I.'u..m"y II wa tblllil "rM.nlae 10 sueS uni.... I III IItU"I LIen oi, ,ironl ..... :,f tI.I t5lumtuof Fsorida.j alTallabassec.; I
proper )
age. leI 01 J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove One Ju.ilee n' the M"preme ('o"r' of the "hll'h shall It.e jurl.dlo-Llub p"r "unL1. courts fort) .lve 1.ltotiSistii! 111s1'tils, tlou. t"o iIti..aaui I. 1 J hit... 4 spiial. list. titi. fIrst ulsy of Au.MuSt. .
tS just the contrary In the case of Dr. Htt,. 01 Flt.rlIu for _Ix Y".'.. law In wblcb thp d Ictnanti of all asea at <1.. <""u' u".II.1 .'re tlmau '..rtIi' V., I'. lint I
1 1lng' New Life PlI1s. They cut OITt III. It developed a stubborn ulcer .I'or Three Jan11.,,. of 1.1" b"I'emo Court of ,.rtv IlYOltLd mutt exceed or atlaS Sr.of. the ;'rop- &h.u.II..I.'I.'I.u., 1..III..ur, IstiiisiruU dol' II. CLAY ( i

unyielding to doctor and remedies the 1-10 of Fiorililt. b"uth" 01 .... ...RAWfORU.
t maladies 00 matter how severe and ioiinniof; Vroeuedtngs relating, to the .1 I"llal .lrt ", .rr uow .....
For One Rallr..tt Comml..loller for the State .mlble ""I Shall Iii tiste. 11t1' I. i'itV'A'lT.Slttriff .
for lour Then RuckJeD' Ar- "dl. I17E0ll
entry or 1I0Ia".Lu.
'
lrrespectlt-e of old years. dstentiunof lauis and I"oem""Ia his .. ;
age. D.rspep..la ranul
01 FlorltlaFr Ineli I. h""om .
1..f .utl Ii' Oil rtn I 155'Mal
amid Col "oum
: .rauodlee. Fever, ConHtlpal.lon al.yIeld \ nice Salve cured. It'e just 81t good lUte S! u"lor for 1\'lb tlen.lorlRI District .late JllrIH"I..U..n, tnlad4rwe.non.In .Ivll and Iiual. ....1'.1. o 'u,1 hvrti vr.v iSvd.allIi. ..I nilitiert uf -- -- -.--- f

t.o this perfect Ptll. 250. at 'Os- for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions of the !U"te nf Florida.Itor . tIt, ju.tk.s nf tIme .ptaec cases .rt.tog In eourtaof Shell. cf..I..1 (tOUlt.. 0' r"or,1 .h..1 b ..1. Notice of Tax
lI. Oie Member of the If.. of C" rs 511(11 loans "' 1 , Levy. .
eeola and Piles, 200. at. Osceola Pharmacy " RCI'"C."olllUv" The trl.l..f such appcaia maw he d. 'II .1.d gu d"lc. "
ptS: : Pharmacy. ; Drug SLOre. 01 the I..t.e of Flolda.I"or the .pth.mm,; of the .p..lI.ul. '['10.. COUllty novo Judge at .sliJ. ro'el.the cuioi. .. .,/ ''eh UII'I I,. 1" s.Z.r.littic with H&.n 7. Chapter' 1. I "
: County Judge shall, be thomalga$ of the .ulr.I. It their present term 01 .nlc.. .I Iii..tswii of Ih.MIA Fi.rida _
Carrie NatlOD has left KaDltll.s. Fo' ".,..rUt" county court sod hi. uf Article of I"e } -
1 shall he.1I .lIorne.t-I. \ of u.'rrIay thH inti.ntio of the
Therp Is almolt the Even the choolJ teachers strike In For Clerk of the ('Irf'ult Court Thpre shall be elected .hu, tl.te 0 t totida. I. hereby "o..Iul..u 'l'.iwn ( 11..n Ilt .It'I ur ,
nothing matter bv the qU.lllled e'ec-' r..d .., !,1..1 T.." K'.mm' City
Ohio while down here they ClI.nnot ev- For l'Ollut) A..o' of Taxii torn of said aH lul.w. to f
with Kan8as now. I county at the time when the said h"k" r.llowu'l fur : I 4
Fo, 1'11... ('ull..lorY..r 'Shu 01 mlU"lo 11
jti.ige is eleel.ed a ."U. curt r"ord .h.1 liar (.n..1 ". mills. I. .
strike I.
-- -- ---- en 'unruly pupjl.Cured I 0".1, Treasurer touiity.-who luau 1 prfHlecUtli.5 Soil :olfll:.e for attorney four: for sail e"rbdlc..',,, .f a I i .rln I ... t ...,... hIlt t.lrei'i lu"l. rS mills
Neu rlllQla.; Paius.Rbeumatllni. - - For ('otluty 811.rluLelldeul, of "bllo In- Uts duties ,.d years eail..ti. im 'II'n" in saId Itoh ot at-sd 1,1 alt
a r. mills.
'I..alloo shall 10. : f,
S. Consumption.Mrs. .\rllI ... t'lt5N ill. winch tiat I dtiIli5Lllj t."
< e,1 by law touch or van UI Ilml,1111 )" tt nut
.
courts .. I
lumbago and latlcpains For COli"urve'or.! may btt of LAVa Property Iltitis out I mi. i,.
8 B. W. the 1.1..u.. 01 th. Lcgl.talure. pre..rl\.j e"c..u. mIIO Ih.1 Hl.r, "'lnd 1
Evans Clearwater
S For Five ('OIl"IY (ornmiasiomiern. dollarmi. nod with tile rail. .
yield to the penetrating Influence Provided 1111.1 hll c.elrr.,1 littlIrt' 1.1.llot.r..t .
"u"ly Judges 'Ir.'nl fl
t. ; of Ballard' Snow 1inlment. It Kar. writes: "My husband lay sick For1'hr. bl'mber.ol the County Uo'd of oiiie' lit oIbe r.llflo.llon oftr.I.ulld" me..t .10,11 .h..11 I S ave ..I".lve. J jl"oI'I"" I .cl'I. "'kl." .< I ( I i.
P"bll I I tO ., h .
hIlt i.tt. Ultit
ruct ..
for three month8. Tne doctors said .lIllnud'11I, etliry it I (1".L..J J This
"
Ihe s
exareinos or : \
penetrates 1.0. t.he nerves and bone andbelnR' For .I.I..e. .s1 the I'.acl' lii and for thu foilowiug at'rdig to their tespotire the dttirs h..reof tietaliler! of'f.I and Iuu.ine, IsltietIoU "t .1,1 ..PI.r2-.I .\P.N.::: :
We
that he bad commiauiomo. ,
quick oonllumpt'on. amid
'tmntiee lIutrhl.. .. vlz 2ta. of ArUcle V. iii.
,
absorbed Into the blood Its : until' 'heir umienessors are duI < Cot.m it lltili of 1..t 110.CIty (.;m..ttiteil. ,1
procured a boU.le of Ba.l1ard H )J"e- rio. No, pro\'lde.1 IIul qualified. and ti., "w..1 PIonia I. iser.Ly attuenijud .0... B Jim .
beaiiagpropertiea are conveye.1 to ev.f'er further wh'n may cOllnly court .. t .1 UI1.
.
S I hound That I a re'"I. 1.,1" ( I J
Syrup, and It cured bilD. si.sli! imere after lie piPtIltsie.1' Ii, 'I.rk..r H.I KIedmnmswsCitj.rCoidsi.
)' part of the body' and effect some was six\ years 81l0. Since then we '1 7For :1.1.. Stnie, the county; jsm.lge of said any,ntltity eolitlt,.httil) hi;1 ._. ':'OceLloli. :. .h"ro h.1 ho .1 X leru. uf tile Ie
wonderful cures 2c 500 $1.00. ] halt his ".n r" .ru 'II year.t'ies ;
.nl..e sill pcrf..r" the ,dlllil" of eacl ;
bottle in the house. We judge i
-- always kept a. 4 of tJis court I Inu 17i ,1 A'II'le \.1 Ih" 01
- -- county u".11 his CUI..ltuJon
taint oj I
fOUTHP.QJ' RAILWAY cannot do without It. Fr coughs shall expiru. oWce I, List ,1.1 of FioriIa. t. hc.bv ... .lt"d.a. 1
('o".labl" .. .
I" ansi for the rollo"'I"K Jo.tia .- r..S. fiI. :
and colds It has uo equal. 250, liOc, 1..lrl.IA.I .Ia 'l'heres all
World' b.
; 1 Fair oute; : for eat-li court
'1.00. No. No.I rN'or.a prOsectitisig attormitty. 4.i. taiimui (.
Beet line to St. Louis, Mo. Superb I 1Z \ AltTlri.K :IX1V. I tiollilt) ..0Uclwrho..h. Lie .1'IH.lule b. ( b tue lh. I I PI'I
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I Mlitlini; car IItrvloe. Stcp-ov".re goie If JI__ 55Aluerican 7 'I'ha' time lollowlng alneldrnent, to toe Lont, I V"v".r ho amid COnhlrlid by th" ittoiste aitl

.4 4tt-reAm.ru1ng. at Mianta Knoxville SIn lulloll of ..he Ht"t.e of Florida .he. aud 1100 samoa ah..1.h"hl office for four )'C"I Iii. CO'"'
4 4 hsll
bo
died
.
4 I.1 . by law
h.'eby..r. to alit sImaii b. pu.lo" (
S 4qJawIIh%. /.s1)evUle and 'princIpal the "..."1..... 01 the I State at. the .lIbmlttej I" 00' Sit, Artllle V. 0' lilt, COII.tILllll of 't should be borne I. mind
general election that
Ndt'th Cal'OUnl\o) \ mountain neorts. Typewri- 'reoUrno..y Whereof I have herenmato mid my1I."d III 11'0ol for rat ltilJttll, U... HIte of Fionitla. .I. h.r..b .
.m"nlnd.
ror 'J..I'llolI t.
r See Bia'h liridge ( highest ralltoalJ .uno ..iIlXtd ll,.. urcut Seal. 01l 1 hat Moinion III olJ.rllcle y .f the Coo.llluLlom r.,1 follows: eve cold weakens the lung., low-
l U.LI..J of .1.. I'lal..f! t'l..r.I.. .t faIlaIasIer : itt time State of 'Iorldll I. ...un. .l i I ole'.I..bl'; i lu tbe and the
: bridge In the world) Famous hereby amcnslcl so as ..Irta vitlty
Blue ters. llho C..llal.. this. the nr.1 clay olSeptemlwr to rent *s f.ilows; .f ( .b..1 I. 'o.c..d upon 1.lura.. I system more ppr I '

Grass Region. Lexington and Louls- A I' H"14 11..11011 10 1h. cre4lthe Stateahall tilt .u.lor alisl many .. 110,1 .1 ."Y lime. ease. eoe dl.
vol '
II CLkYLItAWFORI. wlel"er the "'hurt is which !'
YUle. ._ bu ph.t"1 or loalled to .1T3' lodlvldual .. I. "Hlo. ...I. hy.he among lre t
'. Secretary of State II '. eompn- .luly .lll..r. but the graimli of thu cit, greatest 01 human
Fr ) CO'I""o\ sltociatiuu jlry ,
fleIiolcg Chair Cars \ .lta I
and nor the
lf.
bl&btlau -- ToC F I'RF.VATT. it .. .
--- court ,
state lSttVllfle. II jlillt flu "er CI. lila II t) II wit iii cit ill ..Url ul .
or .
"Hkholder
:.j Day Coache. ThroUJfh Pullman Sheriff Ouceola Couoty. In I-et.urtI in pneumoni and '
", fur .
an9tompmy. awelittion triabse 'W
or :
.t.
onrpor.II The tu the I I
h'elllDg care Jacksonville -- L"KI.I.t' .10.11 the uti 1115 tf I
to St --- --- - ----- not autltorlso urujr' \ u.f
auy "Ollllly, I",
Louis Folders Rates etc. cheerfully 'VV'IIITE9SCream ti t 1) b"wlI gIl I to" ".1011' or ilIllrporated dbtrlct mU..r'.h 5 clr'\1 J J"I".. I 'tsilfl' Chamberlain'sCough (
tl) Ititlflo stockholder. 1..11 I" for Ir tho .
IUl."nif.bed appll atioQ army e.mnpany. Stalctatioim ,- tile ... ol.. .olrlul ;
upon
cuu"ly
In eormsrslioi to ,, r"cr. .ld saiul CoUrt
7,;. :. o. LUSK. molIlley for or tc. lan or its credit itnin 10 or amt epproprilI,4. .. -, .b..1 imnometliatt.ty iOu" 'Ih..r",,. arid lnlormnstiot

Vermifuge IIIoI.ticln. cor1.o.ration. 'i1ll such I I"\ct. U poe which Luloriiiitiot Remedy I H
District Passenger Agent lOB, Welt e""I.1 limit the i.egini.tttire 1'llIutl.n or 10dlvld..1. ) the ..".u.od .h..1 I tie trlol. I I I ;
atbortga
Bay St.., acklODVllle Fla. may munleipeirtiorttIais 0.1.... :'. or Article IhA (.ou ,

.-.-.-..,,......". "..'.... _.........k.. .I"..'._'In'''R-- ,relieve tit u. 1'.1'11._ from. to mu"lcll..1. Lila. 10U. ',."... \I1old..1 l..ruby .. ltulon(1..t bai prompt won it get this popnlarty by its ;.
ru Beet LI.haelit Eartb.j rea' : common '
onIlenryD. THE GIIARUTEED ,1..11'.1 authlritiIIIHy soSip ,,,,,"- 101". ce. mOt \

/ Baldwin, Supt. City Water fnctmning eilterprtae\ that ni4y proP..r.7&': : : the Iii"re'\o any 21i.ty There where shall lie \ county ..OIM ailment. It aids expectoration. :'
sai1 tnut.Icipality 1 but 0 inCh exemption: ihili litkiid.Section. I a court of r"d is-estatst. Ueye the JUDg. and 'i '"
Worke Shull.burg, WIs. writes: be for a longer period than Ilitcen one

"I bLve tried} many' kiuds ot Hnlment, WORMREMEDY years.ARTICLK \ Stale 8.nr Arl..le&, heretmy V. of the.. too.lltuU.n ojbo I errioae.permanent efetg It a ) reI ;,
to
bu'l never. cur.
iL have received much bene111' read .follows: aD toward "

UDt.llIlu'edBalIard'a Snow LlnlIDen'tor"rheumatlem XXV. "lon 8. The clerk or Ih. court 01 )tendency pneumonia., l

aDd pafes. IiJ Don't $100 fora' type- shall .1..cl- by lime electors of the ror Price '
pay Th.1 the foilowluK am..oellDIOot 10 the Con.Utulon h. which .ii establinlital .' a 2Sc. Large Size 5Cc.

think lube beNllnitneai 'o -.earrb." writer when you can a-.t the of 'b. 8lata 0' FlorOla be and I. bereby bold oltica for cur, a.1 W., otilupeusa.and .h.n :
t agreed 14i amid .ball be submitted 10 tb. eloctoti tlou shall be fixed Jea. Lo \
511 '1,00. The
I" ,250. qo : sheriff of lii.
Amerlean
;, : for $50. of the "ta..t lit. general ejection 10. '
Mov.w- coutttyalmail
,' _. : I. THE CHI: DREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. be,, 1919, fo, ralitieatimi or rejection. his b.tle "cuUve ottluer of said I TSOMABOYI.

,, The 4runkar4deazlyovei, hll ,,!"or.to Section 6 of Article I Vi shall 5 m..de4 ao'aI cur; dnt. feei .10.1 be tixed by I..w. C -
S ChaS. A. 'Ins. ._."IE .. evo.u.viii 10 read ... V. Constitution o. Pky.fclane.d B.rg.s5LL I"
Art.ottJu. ,
lolluwa
-- -
the
enemy ,_ .aMu.a "a..KO 051" 5" I Section 6. The Let(1..L&aN .han ppoids 'qr read State". of FI..rd&: &hereby amended e is & CALLS. .l.wa..D. I

J.., :ol l4 .spapers.c.; .. trr M this v. Dame 81e1. Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. lb.I.t speedy mil1 pUblica'euact. "II)and 4ttCblou.dIstribution 0' all. Section 31. All rule. 01 practire governing .'a.ld.ao. .P.o.. 33. f..

: omoe., ,aT; t.oOi. NO. ('ourt and an 01 the Su.preme thacIrcuiitoolrt. shall be applicable Lii lbs .
lws .ud .
jvruu1rJUuLr I"dlclal dotI.Ion. .
of
anti all Oroo 'PI. IU
"Ur laws 10iattV crimi. i
renor 1
aIIall be fr" for 1 .
pabUoatloo '
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