Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 30, 1904
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00157
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Interest Growing .In'"j'" Gratify- elltlnlr Broward'a IMer.arlolcle recent.regarding Oov Elea county OD null officers Tuesds'wlll. tyke the newly ollarket elected and ". .,. :, .. .....' 'I .I)". '::1:01): ;.,.,... . ' " .: .. .:, :' . : ,

over the State Lour of Inspection., the persona of those who have Lere-- ;. ':, / '.,, ,- #
ins, Way ayst , to'ore'' transacted the Court, House 'ri-i\ r 1 ,' ". "

last Dummerchone of the' chief lpoints business. will undergo almost a complete ', ti .. , . ; i-... A r;'1t ;., I ':,'.;,* '\,,,

Au lutarosttra tervfew, field' Capr.asking Napol"QD for the votes B. Broward of the people made was In which,The change has Cleric been ot so. the long Courts and'.10 office ably_ The most' complete, line 'of :Dry: Goods,. Cloth-. .' ': ,,

With the Maa Who I. it..PO..I- to being withhold 1'1 aimed the by State railroad. lands. that nor were filled br; a II.-.T. M. Lee rever.0 big Shoes Hats 'Trunks ,Etc.' .; Etc;; :rli Klssinimeee = ';- > Jr. ' ;
ble For Boosulag the 'Ooocl Roads "1011I. for lobe people: These lands E.4'Le.le1. Mr. Lesley has all ,, '.

Movement I. Florida. embraced around the the borders tbou..ndlot scree lying the good qualifoations clerk and. we necessary predict to for make him a a ours'f6 w'p'' : }./h;; '''. .. .' ..:,: : '.. : ,1 :/
.. bee and, la the EverA' Lake .Okeecbo. successful and satisfactory administration . .y \l "'r' .; ; .. ,. .;.,
was 01 the of . ,'". ,'
duties the omoe. Mr. . . . "
thought by Lh.., 1J!I i c cWaring '"
"h took coa.tderabl effort \0 con- was using this many Capr. BroIt ward Lesley will devote his personal time ,' 4. 'I " .'.\ :it. .:
the Nat.looal food 1to..d. argument solely for t
vine A..odation aDd attention to the office I 11
that a midwinter" coa"eat.lonshou Campaign effect, but that he ws 10 The Tax CoUector' offlce,.over the ,.. "
d be held &a I strongIv.itsedviz earnest il shown bv the fact that even destinies of which MI' E..D.. Hogan Ii'. \ .
January 10 20 and_ I, 111o.8.',' said State be has assumed the helm of has presided with efficlen01 and sour "
ex.SeDator A. 1:1.:: Mao a Metropolis he has started 011 a tour of investigation way for the paIL elllht years falls to :
reporter this mornlnll' "lIuw- of (accompanied b1 a couple the. lot of'Mr. W. B. Makl 'aon. Mr. Qry'J9QQ.s"Oo.
ever,It be continued "[ felt sure incase friends), 0' the overflowed lands Arthur Done an will, we understand
I could Jet President Moore to lying In Lee, Dade Brevard Oaceol&, be Mr. Makinson'. deputy and the .
.comB here aDd meet Our, people' he Polk' and DeSoLcnnunl"- ". people'can relit assured that the dutieS'of \ '. .. ..t rt 5+
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would! agree! with me that tt was pre: here b'j\-.f'-'m..khIK the this important olJJce wlll be ably -- ..---- ---- .,
'mlnt'lIlly lobe thing t.o do. I tilt lUre trip from into. Lake Okeechoboe and cburteously admlolltered. -
be woulet be pleased with \the htere.tbe a week; aio. The party Incllldlnjf the Mr. Jno. L. Overltroot.BUooeed. Mr. w. T. BUNDicK. ,. ..
would witness on every hand In Governor-elect, Mr. B. fro Barnett, of L. P. Hughey. Tax AdeRIOl" Mr. i1 r1 t
the question of good: roads.'II. the First National Bank: of 'lorla'i1:. liullhe1 baa made a conscientious aDd Temperass Lecturer .. I

came here doubting, but went and. W..W.left Bostwick Jr" ,0' Jack.0D"l11e. efficient olficer( a1ld retires after three "ot.oct WIt1 '. '1B83 ''i, ',1905' I 1:

away fueling certaIn this would be Naomi 111 here Hall 1 the steamer .uooelli9'e terms with the full oonfi'- Speak at the Opera house I "'. '"..,
the greatest convention t.1.. 1'1.001.' CapL. and were LO dance and esteem of his fellOW-iI ltens. '
Lion hal ever beld."rbe ,.elementl have taken Capt, Heed,.y aloard a' Mr Overstreet, I. a young man of oIa. 6th.Ladle. .
sotering -
Labelle bu b. being.under the weaLh-, J W : .WA.T'S () N' t
to make IL a reat affair cover she flog honesty and .obllty and. will :
the mtlre field of Interest jn the good er, hie son, Geo. M. Hend.'y. accom.I' doubtlees make a good .official. of the W. C. T. U. b."ee- : I ., ,
roads work through into the Sheriff Preva.Lt retires from the cured the services of Mr. W. T. BlIa-
and some of t.becauals cut by Sheri If'. .-- '. -- .-:
"Tlle United States government lends ol1ce after two moat successful dick a noted temperance lecturer who
ILl strong arm to the work and be- the Dtaston Comp.n terms and. Is succeeded by Mr. J. will l lecture In t.he Opera House on A, .. . '. W"
comes ODe of the most important teatures 'The part could not have struck M. Walker, of Ba.loll'er. Mr Pre- Thursday, Jan. 6t.h .Mr. BuoUcll r..t",-..". l
of this greatoonventloa, comlnll great lake at a more. Inopportune vatt has made .h. beet Sheriff the comes highly reeomSnended and his ", .
811 It does to show III bow W construct time, for the lake waR never Wit-tier county has ever had and retiree ''Hy lecture will no doubt prove la.t.rue- To our friends and patrons ::' ',
road with a man In charge who I. than IL I. at prelent. l.'hI.Ja the: re- with lobe full oonfldenoe aDd live a. well aa enterLalntnll' .. ;

the the knowledge of road building and Rlver and northern borders His successor Mr. Walker, has .er" will convey some Idea as to bleablllLy 1
of the lake In October and No- ed two terms on the 130ard, County a. a Is 'olic "
of It pIcaS'r1; to
use machinery ,Again extend to you'l
"Thin'will make a saving vember, aDd conclusively) prove, al (4ommissioners with signal ability His speakl&from abuse and t'f ,
cost often quite one-haU.great and when had been; repeatedly asserted by Lhead"ocatelor aDd II we may. judge bl. future ol1tclal are "Ite, elegance our best wishes for1a: '-prosperous"News; Tear,"

clone have many tlmea the value of the dam, tha' the wafer conduct b1 his past tile people have pathos and powerBrunswiok: (Oa j ,
the best we able W build t.oda1. of Lake Olceechobte II governed by made no mistake In electing him Time". : There 18 no success you .couhattatri..but. 'W6
.are the wet. and dry lleas o.. The fact sheriff.Prof. He has stepped! Into the place of the
"The fully material determined la tested before and It It.nlluo Isusod that the lake II much higher now, W. B. IIIDton has made one late John B. OO\lgb.-Atl..nta (0.) would wish you\ even'more:We tl1a .for '

with the water finding egress through of the ablest In the CODatltut.lon. .
superintendents favors and. tr '
Thill be placed In advance
may ) the Ulcpochee canal, then It was dur- ; State and lays down hh omclal robes. He considered to 1141 the able.t and your many \ tty', serving you
of a college. 001)(01/11 often deal Intheories. log the heavy storm t f last year, with the full confidence and esteem 0' malt eloquent Temperance lecturer faithfully' to merit your'' future esteem' and t e
This work of educatiOn Isprat'tll'al. ,
when the canal wall closed. II a. fact the people. nia successor, W. J. now on the American pl..tform.- oJ ,
that proves beyond question that the Seers Esqr.. II a 70uDaromaa who has Macon ( Ga. ) New.. conD.fence
1 that the
advising work
am a. great overflow then .S'llO' caused by already made a reputation for himself Mr. Bundick Is a speaker of polish
will continue/ through the whIter and the waters from the lakes, but by lobe 10 the legal profession,; and mental vigor and eloquence who can
those who desire t.o 0' themselves LO heavy rainfall along the Calooeaeebatchee education and native ability Is well eolAortala and edify audlen'
any any
enter this field 0' labor should remain river" qualified for this important. office t.o whereEvenlneLedger.. Pottstown J. .Vt ",AtSON
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with the work and hen
'onlltantly 'Uowevar, IL II not our purpose to which be baa been elecLed. Pa. .. )
through a' one point object lesson precipitate another arrulII\nt. over The county Jud e'a ol2loe and the Mr BUDdlck' address on "Citizen- :
road are to be made st .nother. the Hlcpocbee dam 'This question II County Treasurers office will be filled .blp" was one of the ablest sod cleanest el
Scholars or students should continue settle; the dam II removed' and If as. heretofore by Jude W., R. Johnson addresses ever delivered inthis '" - I
with L'le train until the professor or anything is done on this line again I' and Mr, J. n. (atlbert. Sr. respectively town.-Sentlnel, Ulysses;' Pa. {
engineer can teach them more In the will probably be In lobe form ot locks whose emclency and laithfulness At my church the audience was t
work of constructing roads or hano- placed there by the o"ernmen' need no encomium at the hand thrilled b1 the burning words of this ----y .
ling the machinery when they will be "13ulo If Go" Brow&rd plans can of this writer. southern orator. Any church may AUItiolial ::..itM : .w. S.t. Overstreet. "ai abousL
entitled to a certificate or diploma be carried through there will no lonK'er The peraonel of the Board County feel honored by securing his .ervloea. buef! et.ed his aperatIone" to the 11"1&" t '
which will show they are capable. be need for dam or even lock. It Commlslol1er. will be entirely -Rev. E. W; BUrke ) astor-Norris Miss Lulu 8trlcklud. of Campbell;;, s.and closed his packID.bClu... v
"This II an immense field. aDd those II his purpose to Inaugurate a work changed, with the exception of Mr. H. SquareW. E. Church. Philadelphia was 10 lobe city this morning. 'eo route..hertt. ill ''week. Ur. Overstreet" .tn;
who ilL themselves will have rare op- that. will be he most gigantic and far- S. Partin, who Is now serving out the Pa. to Leesburl on q yfeit to trlendl.-- ,- commod,' with the other' packers. ba. d
portunitles."The reaching ever attempted In the SLate. uouptred: term of J. S. Stratton, reos'l'oed. Orlando Star.Will 'I lost money; ',tbls season as a oonsequsnoeot .'
great races to be held at, Or- It will not only directly \benefit all of n. "tber Comml.sloners wlll A F-Ighteeaed .Horee. daly.rt of' Fan .MJe.\. who the untavorable weather'. i
mond immediately I on adjournment ofthis !the South Florida. counties, but by be R.'l. Butler W. W. Ivey. J. F. Running like mad down the street has been spending with his thins \ and packing the fruit.;- H.'
convention, via 23d to 28Lh. will placing upon the SLate'a tax books Williams aDd A. S. dumping lobe oeoup..nta, or a hundred -parents here will return to''' Fort that not over half the area of
Induce the lovers of this sport to coma thousands acres of reclaimed landa, The new Board of Public fnstf'UOo other accldenta. are every day occur- Mrerl; toom rro".; f'' I the State hs yet been, shipped but 10'
a few days la advance .0.. to attend vastly benefiting the entire Stat.e.. thou I. composed of the following gen.tlemeoi.C" rencel. It behooves everybody to have the this. county probably .fob.-fourt.b.. of a,
our convention, as they are simple "This plan calls for nothing short E. I'rackiin Joboa.tbanS'rlckland a reliable Salve band and tLhere'1 A special meeting of Board 01 the crop fl... been marketed. 14..' y
and pure good roads cracks; while of permanenl, lowering the waters otLalle and J. B. ,Tllmblto.Tb. Done aa Rood a. BuekJen'l 'ArnteaSalve. County Commissioners was held last Overstreet says b. will handle"'no;;
lobe middle class; who love good roads Okeechobee That Cap Browt Hurns; Cuts. Sores. yEczema Friday to appl'9Y the bond of W,13' more oranges this season, bUll m"yN.
and are proud 01 his auto. will cum fully realizes the magnitude of Secret of Success; and Pile., disappear quickly under M..kln.on, ss Tax Collector ship mol", IrnpefruiCoi t.

to t.ak.10 both .".n..I-.. this under".kloll was' shown. when the Forty. mlllion bottles of Ita soothing! effect 25o at Osceola Arc&dla "l4ews;: The many friends I J ..< ,
"I am doing all l C"n0' promote Press editor suggested that It would Flower sold In the United States alone Pharmacy, ? of Mr. U. Eo Wbtddea wlll be pleased '1A O..I'II.IMCI Cal: for PH...;. '

the races. a. they mean much to require canal at least. 200 feet to since ILl 'introduction And the de- to learn that hb 'recovery from the I Itching.? Bleedlag' ov'Pie': ; IPlI.
Florida, while the .man la his auto width the Governor replying thatnothing wand for it. II still (1'owlog. Isn"; Plaanigas: Has Escaped, :' injuries sustained while 10 the .ooda truding .Blind.., Druggists refund" 4
may always be counted OD to do his short of a 3O.foOlo( canal that a fine showing of .uoce. Don't The Orlando Star of last Tuesday 1'eC4D"lyia now .und.' U Paso Ointment tails mow di a
part when the cause 0' good roads I. should be out from the lake: into the it that August Flower hat had gives the tollowlo"tooount of the es-1 f'l't.he.; 'l3iptbt ey to curs aoy;
prove All the members case DO matter of bo1.tlLDdDJf.. In CS; .
up In fonn. They are usually out to tide of L. 8. who }
soy Atlantic as the shortest In the cure 0' Indigestion cape Flaonlg-an was sent
unfailing success church are requested too be. p esent. .at w 1. days. First application Rhea
meD of means. and are willing LO pay water. up from this county last May for passing -
Ic.v.pepller-tbe: ease atlrYest. floe;, I.. draggist'hasn't
the service BUllday'
al much on every dollar as 'any one "A' !the presenatime this overflowed enemies of beal'h and happiness? II forged check on R. T. Butler for next 1I Ol'0lnl'1 your
for elL when the question of a Dew .. 1& send boo in stamps and tit.. will ,
good roads.very The East five hundred dollars
I. In I1LlQ'a.tloD. :
territory Does 1t not afford the beat evidence be forwarded
be coasldered. Pa Med.
polt.-pald bJ "
interest In the cause of good Coast. and other railway oompantes that August Flow r I. a lure specific! "L. S. FIannllan, who was convicted cine Co. Bt, Loul.Mo,', r
roads. Is working t.o make this convention have demanded titles to Lhese land., for all stomach .$d intestinal dlaor- and sentenced. from Kl..lmmee for Miss Maude Got.twaUel w... married '.
a .ueoc>aII. The souvenir pro- under land !grants made to them by der.-that. f Ii proved itself the forgery, made his escaPe last evening to Mr. William U. Brutoon 10 the iNrjHW.J
Jrl'amme wlll be an elegant affair, and the SLate. The Board of Trustees of best 0' all ... .? August from the turpentine atlll ot 1. S. Petteway Methodist church a' Alva' Lee county, ; ., artJDao .pea"i tevr
will be devoted LO-every Intere. of the 1.1. Fund In whose hands the Flower has a matchless record of over A Company at, Gabriella. He last Sundsy eY'enlna' Next. week we I days last week a' Winter' Haven.widi>and 1 I
the State. placed 10 trust by the U. 8. tblr"-fte years In curing the ailing was planed In the convict house as usual will give a more extended account of teas very.much Impressed themagtrlttlde .
"f have arranged for ILl circulation : Government, refuse to give up these millloni of these distressing com- last evening but 10 some manner the weddlolr., "r of and high ...te 'of oult '
throughout the North and West, lands, claiming that they are only to that I. becoming had secured a file aDd during the night I vatige 10,.which b. found orangegroves
plalnU-a success lit column
this Issue'fine .
another ot
I a tn that .MOtloo. D..: 1'., W.
and the the bolt that held
ftrmly believe we shall turn be used for drainage canals Call wider In Its scope every" day, U home succeeded t.n filto'JC;
realdeooo II' offered for
tide ',Janu.aI' window and crawled. He property laolllall, one at the largest growers of
of homeleekera and tourists, i Urowarct becomes Governor Qn and abroad, a. the fame of August the out. went
which his otftce the house 0' of the workmen at : sale a' a big barllala-about. ball ot I citrus frults.lo the .t.ate. took him out
have been going West toward '" ht, and by virtue 0' Flower, a.d.. Trial bottles. 250 to one
spr ; .
what It is worth' II want a aloo
Our Incomparable SouLbI..nd. 'also becomes the chairman of the size 750. For sale b1 Osoeola the still and stole a black suit of you I rIYIIIK and showed btm the couatry,
I. I. Fund regular clothes and theo residence Jou'd better! Investigate, a.,, Mr.'Hsrtmanr however '.sys'there Isno
"When they come to the oonven- Board of Trustees of the an overcoat, decamp'ed -
Pharmacy.A : thl. will last. short. time.At .
only a 10 Pike
Lion place >Florida .
and may be laid to be about LO One of his first steps will be to endeavor for parts unknown. Kl..1mmee.
pall the gateway aDd 1'0 oul into the t.o. arrange a compromise with Merry brl..aaall Party. "Be 11 described as being light I its annual meeting on the second and b. thinks it the people here would .

State to seek h 'al1.b. pleasure or a the corporations whereby they will\ complexion hair" cut rather .hor&l Tuesday In January the bame' of the Improve their natural advantages we
Ladles Club of KI..lm.mee
borne, this souvenir progr..mme should join the State In building drainage The Young entertained their smooth shave, teeth. Perfect, .. Ligheey. Lewis sod Carrut.h.1"I" Cat- could bays one of' 'the best towns,In.
place before them the advantages of canals to recl..lm these lands between delightfully the borne years of age, welllbt 176 pounds stood tie Co. will be changed to the Llgbt.Par.on. .- tb. State.To .
each and every section of the S..ate.I' . the State and the corporations. Thll young gentlemen friends a' erect had on black: suIt, and overcoat, ..,,- Cattle Co.J Mellr. Lewis a t
should be a reliable guide t.o I'lor- will settle the controversy the State of Capt.. There Clay Johaon eight on TueedayevenIDjl' couples wore number' nine Bboea. The .tate and Carruthers having retired from Caro 8. Cold.: . I. 0..'. Day, /. hd
Ida. corporations will\ benefit were offers a .ward of 1100 for the capture the during the ,
and the and 10 sympathy with the cOlppan1 past ).ar Take Laxative Bromo, Quinine !'tab., i
"Tbe Jive men or our State In all thereby, and South Florida will\ enter ,season present, lobe, entertainment Look the of aa escaped convict and L. S. Pette- The :United Land Co. has sold to lets.. All druUIat.a refund the mone,' ,
the walks of life will see to it that 00 a Dew era of development, such as form of a Christmas Ioree.-eacb way d!. Company have offered an additional Walter Bass Sr. 100 acres of 111' tape Lq'cure.' .Eo W. Grove's .11r-
their fully .hown. This will make all tha' has been done ap- present. putting. on younggentleman eightpresents reward 0' 150 for his capture. : tine land adjoining his exoeptionally home nature I. 00 each'bOJt.." 250;. : Yw p
They are doing their" best to locate '
part ot the is In lobe hands II nOlblnJr. ,
prOll'ramme pear all the .
one each for the north .Ide. The
youngadles place on company
him. HanklnB of the still len
0' J. A, Hollomoa, editor of the with Industrial Spoelmen of Cane W..tct4. present, and vice versa, making this morning Capt. for Jacksonville .W. T received a. part payment 26 '''Mr.. H. M.'PI..aD'' ; chalrPl" ofthe
Record, Jacksonville .bt-foul" presents In all. The acres from Mr. Bass 00 the south side ElectriC Ugb' Committee, t. showing
Marshal and 1. S. Pette-
whom I have contracted. to get out the Editor Valley Gazette: to Tampa lrin
stick of commendable ?
presents varied from a fed of his place ,.nt.erprl.anel 'energy'
Ocala if could
pronaauD. I wish to to the Having reoel"ed an appointment asa way \0 to see they not
bottle his endeavor f
candy to a five ceoLi of Hoyt'sGerman too give w the
editors Roenty Osceola t.o the run him down before he escaped from The Hotel will re-open people
of the State the Commissioners delegate from county Cologne; according to the I Tampa Bay of KI..lmmee a 4rstclass ,syst.mot, tfj1t4't
and maJori of cities as tbll'd annual convention of Cane of the donor. After the .tate. Ontcerl. of the state are on January 10th Jlad.r the manag electric ltlrb. On Tuesday,.it + ,r
well a. the enterprlllnR citizens to Growers, to be held a' Montgomery' extravagance the l1..d..l1 been distributed asked to watch out for Iblm and wire 'meat of T. :S, L. DrowDo, ,ifs !Ill". found that the foundation "fot. toile new was
fiend me a short history. of prominent Ala., on Januar25. 26. Z1. 1 think. and the reclplen's' conlr.tulated- all InloMDaLloo'to Sheriff Vick Orel 1 I Brown makes as big a success of the engine recentl1 to..lleclnot./ gut.,
features or advantages of !their" coun- I' would forward the interests of our on their !rood fortune-they were Invited lando Fla. ." hotel this winter &a be did of the recent lIolel1'"' and that the engine. when run.'tnln
tide city or eeot.lon. I propose that. county if I could be able to take with into the dining I'OOm. where a South Florida Fair Tampa Ie to was unsteady and rocked: tia.elc'' f
souvenir prOlrl'amme .ball contain m. some good apscimens of .cane,_ sugar boubtlful spread b1 Mr. Johnson and .A \.0.11) MI.Cake. be congratulated and forth.... Mr.' Plana had the 'plans' "
short sketches at the dfferentsections or srup. Will you therefore Miss Bertie awaited them and \0 Blunders" are sometimes very expensive. Mr. J..E. MOlele1 b.'purChaa' to shut down &to half pas nIne Tue.-'
10 the State and this wlll '' kindly use the influence or your paper which all dId ample justice. Occasionally itself. I. the from Sam Gr1fDn his Interest la 200 day night, aDd with the .assistance. of '
serve ot vast advertising advantage In getting our growers to forward price of a mistake. but you'll never be
The following young ladles and gentlemen acres of fine oranQ'eoland a' Waco Contractor Frank.:'Bass he had lbs
to those dlffer'en .ectioa. The writeup .peeimens which will be a credit to wrong U you take Dr. King' New z
were present: which was owned otnlly b1 Mro Mossley engine propped UP'On skids and f pet
"and book: will be free. r them end the o..unty. MiLttrtRevolatloa Misses Johnson, Hicks, Carson, Life Pill. for Dyspepsia, Dizziness: ; and Mr. Grl1'ia. There are now Urbt men excavating under r
10 oo0olusion said ,Senator Parker, M..bel Parker Bandy w..t.- Headache, Liver or Bowel t.rouble. twCve. acres la bearing I grove on ibis It.Mr.. Plaon stayed with the men aU ,', .
Mann. "I wl.b.,. every, editor tn the son. Janet Watson and IProla. Wood They are_gentle! yet "borougb. 25o, atOsceola tract, and Mr. MOlele1 proposes to night and bT seven o'clock Wsdnes; '
State would bend m. aol issue islet- 11II1..t. Oliver D.... Simpson and Hunter, Pharmacr.; plant out about tea acres more The day morning had an .xoayatlon' tour' '

C log to good roads and the County A sure sign 0' approaching revolt, Messrs McCurry. Steffee, Carson and. grove II situated between two lakes and one-hall 'feet'' deep; ten fen wider
respond aloners are requested to oor- and serious trouble In your" _system Blllton Church of Christ DO'a. which protect It from, cold.I.. bas aDd .Ix..a teet. long, ready 01" t.ha. '
with meol1 .n'polll' 0' interest I. nervousness sleeplessness. or stomp win be Bltt.r. There wilt be a roll- .tl meeting of borne oranges every year sloes the brick mason w put, la a new and more "
regarding road m..kIIIJr.-Me-: acb upaets. Electrld Bitters wW PlttllC the Church ot Christ, Sunday at U a. big freeze of 'f15. .. substantial toundatloa. The new found.tloa y .t
Lropoll.; ,.JseksonvlUe:' quickly dllmemt-er th. trouble.omeonuses. Those who will persist In closing m. A full attendance of membe. was !lobbed i0 time( w tarn OQ '

\, "1 WILl n never falls to tone the their earl against the continual roe.ommendatioa both old and new, '.Ie especially requested Juvttetto 10, <:4<l.< er.t the lights last n1 h&, but, the ;cement' tl
'writes Ed ambled' with sciatica stomach regulate the Kidneys and ot Dr. King's New D... .0 that all may get Ia t. ucb had not sufficiently hardened;' and stir
wick! : Co. 0. Nut, Iowsvie Sedg Bowels, stimulate the Liver and olarlfy covery for Consumption. will have a with the work of the New Year.. : Cattlemen who 1'0 to St.oC1qrow.. ter running a short LIme the macbin'
aDd, Ka.n..lI'o1Dl' about 00rutobe. the blood. Run down poems long and bitter tlllbt with their troubles -: After the roll-eall. pledges will be era Convention In Jacksonville. to be sry" was shut down until tonight, when
I was Induced suffer{ g a deal of Snownimen ben.fls particularly; and all the .usual if not, ended earlier b1_ fatal ter.mln.tloa'I ; tAken for the building fund... of, the held ;Jan. 11th and l2r.b, 1906, are In.vited U 1. hoped w have everything iD read envin.
tq trBallard'' ...t.t.endlnlacb.' .. vanish uadcl' lw Read what T. R. Be..11 Jot church w stop ru Ocala 00 t.D81r'. way ... to turn 00 all the. light.. ladled.Ing --
hree 500."boule.whlcb relieved me. I peed searching\ and thorough edeo"lv.oell. Beall M..! .., has W'' lar'Lalt.; fall -'Ar meeting :'to 'organize a .Young home and see farm aDd, herd. ,Only. :the'a. 1"0." ... -
Intmeat I need. n I.y the l greatest Electric Bittern" b only 600 and. that my wife bad every symptoms a ever ; bavq,recommend Is returned I' 1t. do4't give perfect aMIsfaotionl .umlltJon. Sbe took Dr.J Klnc' New 01'will be held a' G p.. m.. followed brregular. ;'tMS bulls and S .two old .lurU- H..S ooca..b.'T..2. ?
be'to mselves number of persons; all: express Guarall5e8d b1 Oaoeola Discovery aafter everything. elM bad service M..7.p. m. >Toplo- .. for .al. Visitors not, wlshinjf to Yeah .
flow as being beae4tced b1 1'- Pharmacy;' f..tled. Im'Orovem.nt came at "once "New.Y..r'. ReaoluLlo08." ,., buy are _lcoJDe,' : ..', The 1d;'original'. ''Or ..'.' ,Taitae.ii '

ore watt without crutebeabl. td and four 1>>ot.1... entirely cured ,lurl' Tb. 'Publ1o cordially tawtt.ed. to aU :.,. .Z; a. CHntatasa 00.: ". ChhllTonic.. You'knowwhasyouara .
a _great. deal,01 light labor. ,Treipas$ NoU08I printed'Ca Cloth Guaranteed by Oaoeola Pbarma.e1.I"ftoe our l81'.loe8wbidl. .. are held atOpera .Propa.. Pal.met&o Park St.ocIlc. Faamm. taking.; is Ie Iron and quJn1. In a' ,""<)2tsaels. .
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alrd. That imitate.I'm. .
more difficult, to dlscovfrthan any BEAUTIFUL
,. other kInd.. The babbler the protest.Ioual SYRIA'S RIVER, Household : roar of the ostrtoh *' .I i.j :

< borrower, the grumbler, the t the roar cl tile lion. because the ..

swinish pretender; are each and allgroat ORONTES... ' !rich .stop porn '(Ise floe this' ion '

The promoters,0a1olltarlness!tn JDI"11&i& 'tai', ri Matter _tell :.. one p..7'1..t Male boI
So1itary1 E'otestladlttreeu.t. f,; - '" -' -, .,. I .1 I '-.= 1 antherplot; !.- '.
t:1' .. liltdrnkhooetst(
: .. tr I : i made that odd to; ,
_r". Me I .ertJoa In a taxld.rm" shop,,. ,
= c..trel.r A a..IIIC neon ....... .... U."
Sportsm OniofGe j went oa to IItlaborat It ;.
; ino'5tJl'rt l engtneerIngnperatlona sa tollowa;
? No sewing. room p complete, suggests I 'Blyd.
from the OIItrlcla'
the dowa '
.enr.joutrwvlllte\U1: yT "ue
conversion ot ft portion ot the NewYork ; e ,,, o T"t;. 'tY'tPt r CM1 V Ofueo'wJtl1outone'/ ; .or- mor.J.oo4eu.1clolbea imitative: T71. me!(.'Wber. be 1lse

., . Central Railroad from steam to 11 ? a b l'i a trees or'C"O.lllme alone.t. anent, but la a country where
v' which .
rQ Ftt"yY lo,4, ? t Nsy can bo bought, very hanlen'l
IbA.I abound h. '
electric traction The pleas have been w 'At On UODf Why se. ,
almost entirely completed; Rod in. a I 1 .* t day .bop; cane for CI.aturte.admll1nc th.aas.- '
M .McI IIEB81 It A. type'of good y be hung garments that are In processof ,
'testy acid crandellr.of the 11011" .
tilDe s'nlco Car as 'l'lur7town '
short a.
i ,roar.
( sportsman} the exemplar\ ofn will be electric N' making or It the various garments h. gradually learned to roar bimselt. ,
0' T a Jorge nugtbeiIf; the ag'! that come from the laundry requiring
The difficulties ot the problem were Delleve me It Is b. to aee aa ostrloh'
' ga1e.Vhel brycar; a few stitches or mgnding Are bung In
JI' ; rear
enormous hellion account of the great throw Melt his little bead and emit a'
,. 'carefully! plaua his buntingr theo sewing room. It I. an easy matter .
the dlffereet roar like thunder
: .01' olilUnl' trip with a view to its soilal" tonnage to ,he to "drop In for IIn hour or so and mend
ot traffle. The main generating I "Bontlap lmltate pipits, And cr.ea
clnssea ,, ,
taI, enjoywent. lie parades neither thl'm when ono reels !111 tho mood. .
station, "eDtJ1.contr/lctt'd for II even flncht; Imitate yellow hammers, They ,
hJa preparation nor his IOlng. II" hal Freshly laundered garments ore kept
somewhat ahead of the times, .s the seek their food its the winter, together "
memories of prior trips which were de- III 11 much better eOllllltion It whilewalling ,
each ot'sOlDe 7000 horse &D.4 they gradually steal each
generators. ot1aer' :
void ot pleasure because of disagree- to be mended they lire hungmr -
A' power. are to be driven by the now and 0&11.: ; ,
t4 able companlona Therefore 110 avoids "" It elntllpli tree than 'hen they tire
turbines. LeavIlIg jay 1. Insatiable
almost untried steam/ aa Imitator: '
all party prearrangement U be bill r + lald over chair backs or put away, III {/!
share the lDalll station, the current will ug Some Jays IWfll include la their ...p.,..,
still a lonlllng for companions to chests and drawers.
P his plealurew,. be II snUafed with the be carried by cables to the several sub- Cory not Ollly the whoo.oo of the ktt.-;
lh stations where It will be transformed + the scream ot the banard aDd the
transient companionship width chanco n e+ Tn ]ten.o.e Stains.If . hoot t
I tram Its high transmission 'oltage to a I' of the owl but also the bleat '
: of he
.. may bring to bim aa'in incident ot his ." JI> Linen Is badly stained with! fruit,
1 lower onl'.l\nd then converted) Into direst lamb and time neigh of a horae.
trip after It hna practically( b.-guo. lIe I tea or ro/l'I'/ Jlllt plenty vt water Into a '
current and fed to the third rail or "Even tllll nlchUnaale ImMate
then Is tree at all times to readjust acv holler vr oilier vessel and when It bollll la, \ '
I cording his humor, a privilege de- trolley ,,'Irt'. Boll the third rllll and hard In the .tallied nrtlell' Stir a nll'hUn.a1.. perfect song I 11.... of. ,
overhead systems ,,111 be used the for- IL11t1l1S.ALON(1 1:11: I: OHO 'ns Its" IIt IN<<; SYRIA, drop ten beard the tlpalp-eJe or the wood-
44 lIed to him when 110 Is formally amelllber trl'qnl'ntly. and. after I' few minutes <
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switches -- --- "
met 011 the main lines where warbler and the bub-ub-ubble of the
ot a rapid lolling the stain will
y party. disappear
1 and crOll-overs ore comparatively few It one has lived In Syria. It Is nt the M1"l'lIltollr slender millar. nuthatch."-Washington\ Poet. +
rh There mar'be' exceptional lDlIlancesIn and the latter In the yards where tile eta ot llama slot lloltl{the jtllZI'. nol e"I'1I the great Mosque. which I. one' and the water III' ,'olrt'd.) Lye or II

4'? which a sportsman Rlay shut cornpanloship complex network: ot tracks would make ot many that clams to guard the bones of John the Baptist I : but beautiful washlng fluid, may be used for cleaning Yewnlnp
inotires at seUhbnl'slI I Ut'1I0 na that sets tile stain. .
from .
tile third rail almost an Impollslblllty and interesting 1110uli Is the Orontes WhltUIlj its slender curd ot blue soap Yawning II
alone but his number III so IIIIBII a. to 1 lend a tablecloth halt covered with a I not ,CIOuI4.r a very .
and a source or &Teat dangl'r. The through the great c.jjy, bringing, to llama fertility and I prosperity and graceful act and I think It should b1 \
"t be bad coffee 10111; and a few hduutes'boiling t
a ne&'ll.ilble quaDtltr.Th.
through trains will be hauled out all hl'a1tb. One sees few rivers' 111 IlIllIJalltl Although they. sake Dnmaaeusso avoided in
q1 a .' or field and stream baa hinds It I1K wblle DII ov.r. Bloodstains unseemly places: but :
h sport
far 01 Tarrytown by huge electric locomotives fertile. .\1>111111 and Pllol'pur are. hllrlJy, more luau 1.\lIIY creeks It Is true I health Culture .
co.nfidera it
the \be removed In the aa Impor
j 'r' Btill enough or delights to engage and teen will bp given over to that ports or I.'hllllitn fairly sweat with "springs but few ot these reach the may samenay tant
keenest Interests ot the solitary !lPOI.tllmanbut If I the artiste la soaked a short effort of nature to rest> and b
) steam engines; while the local tratfc coast os more tl11111 stony winds that dry 1111 111 IIU1I1I11el', The Jordan In tile ,... otherwise
l the bOd .
him divided hastcome time lil'llt 111 cold water, ofpotnaslmint The' '
: t ; to a pll'all11re boll all the main line and the lIar.m:. south tile 1.0111"" ", Clllllt'lng t l.II'twl'1I 1'1"1' IInd 810.1011. and the Ornu1 tea Iu the CYllnlde writer 1.
: oto Ilgutr)" that some sel1lsh cow Division. will be handled by the "mul- I 1I0rlh-III'II' l'oll1"II'tt' t Ihl' tale ut )'rlllll rivers; und lIumll III the ollly great III the I'rnporlloll ot onu I ot oplnloD, though that It ,
I panlon' has monopolized It alt For: Ounce to a quart of soft wafer, III n Ier- practiced too much a yawning habit I Imay
p ) 1 tlple unIt IIYlltl'm" similar to lllRt new. ER"ll.'rn city that I have seen Iu which the river tills a large! part ot the pant '
+ ot his fart cpnluc'r! of oxidized. slh'l'r. : 'lie cultivated welch) may be more
: there
'merle; was a stage pr'para.tlOllln bnllly :
I used on the elevated road and to be i OrllllJR lUslug from Ibe snow springs; of Lebanon: then flowllll nortll"lIrd ,
which his friends were consulttek used 011 the undt'rgrouDd. Indeed. It through the i lItcring In of 1Imnath lll11l11.1 Ul' near Moss !by the oldilittites Vied hJ" dealers. tin 11'1111..1111. warel. I troublesome than us.ful. But the 'r
rei aqd Invltl'd and aeslated, all done Prepare a IIUtlll'II'1I1 amount 1111 the I1rt-! publication referred to says w1Ien.&'
i 111 contemplated to run from the city growing slowly as through 1.111111 of ulIIII atAutloch -
with an exultation ot spirit, a gener.oslir cue can hI' "Omllle.'I. hll\.1ll'rli"l. Examidne you feel like yawning. Jut 7aw.1Don't ,
1' rapid transit system right out over the It h IIlmo deep enough for 1H1'lgllllolI. the Orollit's has made ll
Y ; 4 jGt purpose nod anticipations ofk Central tracks from all parts or the I' three ot the !great cities of the worM.H 'v'ry few tntnutes. hilt return try to suppress lt because yen \
common enjoyment and thus any sub- to the blllh ulltil .1c'lIn. Intumedlntelyant thing. it 18 Impolite t.o .awn. Put poor
+ city without! change ot carsColller'aWeekly. .winds and twists through llama so tint you meet It lit every (tint t
I Sequent heartburnlngll were all the of the stn.t. ICe crossed! 110 leas (tan four bridges. each with Il dltTcrentscene' flnnl renrornl[ I, rub dry with a soft band over your mouth It you want to!

,f, more balnful and deterrent.It yet I1lwlI'S I the scrnery of 111111I11. Along): olle !lInk II 11111' ot closely Wlloll.'lI. cloth.. or the enter will look but 11ft the yawn come. And It yon' ,.
lea common assumption, lIa s matk streaked. Tile 1'1'l'l'lIrlltl"n wIll not are ", here you can stretch at the earn. I. "
Ertermin.tlon or I'.at.. Intl icrdwiudeWS Murk thl' harems of the wl.'althl..rJtlTI'IIS; In ml her on, a .
k ter of,' It friends dlscdll-er hurt the IIOIHI" l but It 1M anti time that you yawn, just stretch aedyawn.
( ; course. IlII 0 Sir James Crlcbton Browne In his little company ot women are "II1hlll&& (loiita( under Ilse shade of the cypress a poison
convesatlonal tact that they 'bave IIllklnlttor atBournemouth lllllt hr. kept carefully mt ot the TIlt.. Is 'natur.'s way ot
{ address to the sanitary inspectors( tr"I'; yonder weary train uf mules are standing klll'C.dl'l'l) In the way. "

-m, special sport they. will en- referred In some detail cool water flue 11 crowd. ut naked boys are sporting In the shallow stream ot cbllllrl'n.-Pblilldt'lllhla In'lulrer. ...stretching and relaxing: the muscles.Don't ,

y' hancet their sport by their agreeable to plague epidemics and affirmed. In with II" II1l1cll energy and( zest us IIIIY truant brothers of thc '''est.SI.'rlbnl'r's ( -- I be afraid to open the mouth

1 i r5t.4 comp!nionshlp It together: In its pur- contravention ot Lord Curron's recent IOgIIZIII(.,. To 1)o Lilli. I Wide and 'yawn ant stretch

i ['o suit ''In th Ort'. this II specious; In remarks that administrative energy,: : Always keep your 1.1'1"ry roots nrd very Used but do Dot feel like )"awDo'Inc.

y4 N\ \ practice. ,'t proves to be lamentably ln sanitation hal greatly restricted its A FAMOUS OLD PULPIT. tor)'. For a quarter of R century It was dry Ihl'l11. They are good, for l'l'a""lIllI&" & I IIIOlipS there Is nothing that will, rest you 's'1',:

erron4lOul. ravages, and promises to control them 1 I ulllito"'l, hy mummy mhdstera trod rim rrlyd mud, II II III'e1l. I eo Qulcklr as to alt on a

1q' Experience teaches that the character In fllturl' All sanitary work has widespread Blast Used "Y Robert StrowbrtdaeI fl'olll'ilI'e' 10 I'hu'o III llIr'IIII..1 mere Table: oilcloths or I the IllIol'lIm! on the chair and lifting your feet from tb* ,
ot"b, man al established and regu&a' effects but bl1l/ to undergo IpP- I a M.r.Jl.ud Farmhouse. I "1.1"\.1.. ... were hl'lli. Among tlmoa<, who kitchen floor can hi' kept fresh and I floor push them out In frost ot yon Li s

& i l.ted +fa every day life under constant clam adaplatlou. In the calc ot plague lOne of the newly-eleet'tl. Bishops otI ol"'UI'l'd) It was the fUllIons lilahop.lshbury cleaner with oil tutu with suap and ; tar a. possible stretch the arms. 11..1.

4r + conditions and In the midst ot abun- the peculiarity tit- rata, and without the Ml'lhOtll"t Epiropnl. Church "r nllotlll'r plnnl't'r ot Amenml "I.'r. . .' I the head back, open the mouth wide ,t>

t ,; dauceeIs extremely poor data from waiting for au epidemic a crusade I the United States recently preached ( It llthoII"II1. The. Ilttll' IHlIIIt sons 'hl'n wI'IhlllI11UIO1I1"1I aprtuklethr I and make yourself "a'll'L ,ty\

fx1 ,V which' to forecast his companionable against them should be undertakeu. from 11 pulpit "blch II perhaps time taken 10 the dwelling of John Evans, scale w11 willi tour nod then It ,, I

i e qualities In the dearth. and llardshlplot They are useless, altogether noisome I most nolllble In America.< Its length/ of whNP It aria II rIOt ii iilied. and stored will sill oil again quite ctmlly: without A POIIIUCiI or finely scraped beets la')

a ahlnlt pr bunting trip. In ordl'i and probably promoters ot other diseases I service comprises al litany years. asI IIWIlY to bt' forgotten for nearly a half 1ll'kll1jf. well recommended for euLa with ghat .

nary lite, any Oltish'rant may be lOOn besides plague. They should bo -- eentury. A few years ago It waa ac'hlelrtnllf A praln brown or J'rl'l"n: woll paper I Imllkl'lI or wounds from ruM) lroo. It should

f J- saUs1l.e In PShUlgor hunting there exterminated and lIe would enlist the I I I II II Ii ( 11"1"0"1'1'(1 by II dl'r&ymnn au Weal" background '01' pli'- Ge frequently renewed In order to
n1" may loot be .umclellt sport tor one. but sporting propensity to assist In the who was vhlllllllt III the 'utl.'ro part lures. and time ahsenrr of limit h'rll on keep the !WOund moist for ..versl: .

'" ;.wbat there I. must serve for 011. Every procelil. nat-catcl11111l was a. eieiUng IIflIIr'lulid: and ttIto Willi familiar walls adds Imlnl'n"I'Jy to the all'lIro'ut( hours. r; .

t + ezperleneegPOertsmaq: knows all this and quite aa elevating all pigeon shooting. with Its blstor)'. lIe carried' It to Baltimore size of the r<>ol11. I \

and that. .ho\fr. large his acquaintance The sporting papers should describe I ( where It was given ton place ot 11'hen tomatoes and milL; are to he I PITS p. 'mansat lT \ .
flay be there 11 alwaya a dearth the battues report the bags and tenor among Il number ot other relics put together. RS In II I"rl'lUII soup, have nwaft.rdnt dd.r II .... of Dr. .... Ural F,

3c "". ot desirable companions tram whom to give portraits or the record brl'lIko'r. lit the church including the: first portrait the tomato juice amid milk ot the lIam.. 11..1&1Verv.aeator.riIlrialbottl.aud. U. hr.t.sLtd.. sdl Arou lfth1t&tr.atlwirN.. P.Then. '

i' ; choose. After a certain amount ot for greet things might be expected ever made ot UlHlwp Allbury and t"lIIpt'rI1lIlrl' Then bl'lIt'lltor u I)' 011 :: }

painful experience, the average good when sport fashion and sanitation limo saddle hags In which were stored the tomato III nddrd. IIlt1'; by little, I: tie p.a: 10 Europe 'II hen woos' ,

sportsman ties to one or two sporting joined hand.-l\edl 'orld i the Bl hop's Bible and hla-tood when A ::ood general rude Itl.'JU" tn remember plow.'lim'a ;.

cronies for companionship. In the I he went from place to place preacb. III the use or Ml'lullnll III to enre Ie '; .

ry course ot time they are lost by the mutations T..U.c C.1,1e. bT 1Ioe.&PII Ilys. I lag the doctrine ot his lIt'nomlnation. soften I the ,gelatin: In cold WII h'I'. t IJf'llto I for all ..ft'1HIt10U 01 throat sad l.ualf8.-W.. "
' p O. ESOszas:: Vaubur.o Illd., 1'.b. 10. 1900.< ''
1 ot ure. None others
according .
A novel application or the Roentgen When the great lire occurred \Tbll'lt dissolve lu holllnll ",..tN'. Neglectof : "

g .to agreeable/ companionable standards rays to the testing or submarine cables I I IlMI laid 80 much ot Baltimore In ruins the either part of the..I'rno"H1i( ttlll cause Tbpl'tI I. said to i'1 e a abort.p Ia the
.1 can ml their places. And In such hap. I world'. supply ot wool.
hu recently-beenmade In Europe and building containing the precious mementos troullle In making Jelllell. ,
' peliliJgs II found the genesis or solltari was delltrosed. Two Methodist To save the. knees ot boys' ribbed J ,.
has been found ualeful 111 determining i : Jtch Gum to 30 ",;oul.. brIt.fd',
nees in apOrtThelohta17; : ... defects and Imperfections which might clergymen however endeavored stockings& ono mother re.enforces tbl'ul Sanitary Lotion. ,Never flil.. (loud: b,. .11 .

'I .' sportsman. a'a rule 1. cause a breakdown of the'eable' and to rescue them an4 cress while the by sewing n piece ot strong black cloth druiguts, $1. Mad orders pramptlr I1:tad
by Dr E. Ustehos Crawtorderdl. lad
the most patient forbearing and obllg't' l structure tire entered behind them before .
"' ..' Involve considerable expense tor rev, was on bravely they are worn at
':,, Ing In aU his "lOClatloDI. 'paIrs. The apparatus consists ot a the building and carried the relics toa aiL It Is remarkable bow much longer There are M.OOO dry goods stores lo.the

$ .1:r There are several other distinct: types Roent&en-rar: tube above which Ii a I'f place or safety, trundling them away stockings wear. when. treated ill tllil"WRY. United .Sum. ..
t', of' sportsmen who when to the wbl'el-harr '
! put /fluorescent screen. while the cable to ID II .
., t' test as companions, quickly and per. - ---- ---- In 110nJlnl a mirror choose a spot On the occasion ot the hundredth asniverssry I
be tested I. passed through guides just
manently contribute to the numbers ofS below that shadow Is cast the :No Tr..d.-III. In Okl.h....... where It w/II/ rl'fJ..t. the II'frnm the i ot the death or Schiller
; so a on
, ; 3be lone iportaman. The one common screen. The cable ls allowed to run / i When one of our young couples get 'IIIIlnw or IfOIIH'lhillC m pretty ; 1111'11 .IC I (May D. 100;;,) the Swiss Government .

to all forms ot sport Is the ronltant ''and the married they do'uot spend 1& mouth will add 10 time. beauty ur (lie 1'011I. 10 Intends to give every pupil In the pnb.. 7

/grumbler and calamity prophet. Illspeerlehneea through observer the looks testing for apparatus.Indication oC honeymooning like It II the custom any case whether the object of tae I lie schools a copy ot that poet' play ; .

selfishness. and pessimism any In the East, but they settle down to mirror lip 11"I'n&'lIlh'p or 1111'1'1'1) useful "William Tell." The sum ot '211,000'N
fault In the sbadow. Foreign substances -
"i are ever active. Jle arrogates to him.iii time routine ot life with the one bar. do bal been set aside tor this :1..
F air bad In PULPIT VIlED JIY 8TRAWBRIDOa Place It 1I1I 'whl'I'I.'hl"r(' Ihe8un'II purpose. $
- r bubbles or jolllls B01lERT
!$ self the privilege to domineer, to ob- moutons purpose ot building up a rays will tall on I1. for the sun
w to the rubber or Eulta percba insulation comfortable and happy bOllle. Instead n..r.... ("......t n. Cll., .... '
r sect, protest.. to obstruct to sulk, to the life ot the letho.I".t Episcopal acts Injllrhm"iy oU the lucrtury und
are readily detected, and may be remedied tbe tii'
ot around the byloedapplications asthey cannot reach
be waited upon, to be consulted and Church, for It was first occupied "lIplonIJlg" over country clouds the glass. .
at the 'orks. Imperfections or due sodportlonortheear. There I. onlloaeway il'J,
r. made much ot, to loaf, to appropriate when this great religious organization attral."tlng the attention of everybody to cure dearoesa. sad, that 1a by coasYlutloosiremedle. "
thIs kind remain unnoticed
{ for himself the beat ot everttl1lug-ln cnn by came Into being 111 time Slut ot Mnry- looking IIleklngly 10\'lIble and .. Deafnesteausedbyas t'' 1
;f 1t. ,- short to Indulge his retractor dllposlUon other testa. and a cable with such Imperfections land. The one who firllt discoursed calling each other all klmlll of sweet \ : Inflamed "olldltiOIl o. the tnuooas Italeaof ...
be laid on the sea the Eusla'hiao Tube WheathlS tube. i.-
t with everything exc tIJr:: a cheers may from It was Ihe fatuous Robert Slraw. little "chestnut1l. the newly married JM a named you have a ruml lI..oulld or1mwrfiat "

,,, '" toJ face a pleasant wore, and a hearty bottom at great expense and operated bridge. who hAil been credited with being may be round at work the next day NX.Ids P header, and when it 1a entirely 010.... ;

: .co-operation In the common purpose for a number ot :years before It"will the organizer ot the church referred following tile nUIlIalll. It may be the .. _.; h ,t tE JJ..k1..M. time result\ and unless. the laaam.,. rlmytltw 1

1I with his companions. This kind-an tall.-lIarper'l 1V'eekly. to. for when he preached the bride will put out n big washlng. while ..(. --= r rll'nlD.1 stored to can n.rm&t.k"l1 eODtll'tlolI out and ,this hear1DC tube wtUbe .', I.. {

incubus to any form ot companionship doctrine ot John Wesley In the little the other bait will be found plowing destroyed tor".r. Nlae eae.w out .\ea'. .,.

.. especially 11 grievous tl/lIction/ lu Th. Low..t :Zecene, Hor... Maryland farmhouse he used the pul- corn and carr71n1 water IlmultllnPOuS. :Sponge: P11Ildil1/--0np/ cnp- Sr..uaused by oasarrh.hioh. 18 nettling butaS., }'

camp lire because of the coop member. We may imagine, the earliest herds pit which bad been made for this oc'easlon. Iy.-olutual: (Okla.) Enterpriset.Itl.aIIng tl'l of light I l'ellll sponge or dough one I Inaa.n.d oolldilloll of the mucous. surtaoeaN'e ""'
will One hundred Dollars
give lorsay
a .' 'eonstant propinquity. To him ot bones 111 the Lower Eocene (Eo- A narrow strip ot board t4.e E'y.. table poonflll ot butter, mix well, and ease 0 t Deahleu (caused by oat..rbttlat ean..l I'!,.

j'o blghl'lt efllIclenCT blPPuli or "daW'lIhorse" stage) as resembling fastened to the pulpit pillars formed A pianist has to cultivate the eye to act to rise In a warm place: when light, I Dot b."uredbr lIaU'. Oat"rrb Cuze. 8.n&for ,\" I

ls ) ; In radu'Iting the lone a lot of small tax terriers In the reading desk on which wall spread roll out thin and spread with fresh clrolll.nrr. F.J.Caaaav.tCoTol.doO.ttold
sportaJnan. -
see about 1500: slgull In one minute the by Drultlftet... ,1>>. :
6! ,..4 aige!: ollly eleven inches or two and the Bible from which came his inspiration. fingers: to make about 21)o( movements or 'lInlll.,1 fruit 311m, raisins or dried Take HaU'' family PUll for oomtlpaUea''
e tbrl'c-fJuurler llllllds at the withers, cherries( or kind of fruit 111"-" n.
r Ue whole sport Is with dog! and gUll The memorable sermon was and the brain to r"eelve haul understand any Glue
y' has his peculiar troublell. IIe I. a 1.011.mnt covered< with short !hair which may preached to a little band or about separately the 1:W signs while aired: roll 1111 into 11 small loaf, place A man brought l1p at St Albans u"lK;

;r' k4, victim or the elrualnly amiable have had a brownish color with lighter twenty people but such was Its l't- It issue, 2000 orderll. 111 playingWeber's lu 1\ hilt level "RICin or tin and Jet rise an incorrigible rogue w. proved to '

0 friend who lovee practical sport ot the spot. resembJlJlg the sunbeams falling feet that then and lucre was created "Moto Perpelno" a pianist again ; n hen light, 1111'11111 one hour and bare married its 1lint. Illst'bll4tsa'i!

t expense of his friends.a. I. through tbe leaves of trees and the Du.cleul or a religious body which hall to rend' 4341; notes In n little under a are. therefore his :]rat cousins and het!,
The thus protecting the Ilttle aolmalll from destined to become one ot the I. his own unci. His Ifrandlllothtr.1
a. amiable friend may bow noth- was four mllluteK. Maple nUlls-To a pInt at bread
i : I lug concerning the care and vie or dog observaUon. Aa III the terrier the most powerful In the world. -- -- -- sponge add one small cupful ot grated I and her mother-In.layr are the ssmejperson. .!,1 1pathtred

M1. And gun yet be borrows them unctu- wrist (knee) was Dear the ground, the It III indeed a crude alralptbeStrawbrJdge The dogs ot Comnstnntloople In lie' maple sugar, two large eggs (welt Apparelltly 'Ihe judge sym :! ,

'fon.I", returdnc the one foul and rusty, hand was IItlll short terminating In pulpit 81 It Is termPd- eral parts ot the city are now dally beaten). olle-hnlt c\lpful\ ot soft butter j i with him, for he was dla":,

'?tj the other wild and worn. The average tour hoofs with a part ot the flrtb but It has bad a most Interesting hlll- being fed by time Turkish iorernment a little nit, and flour to mllle; a soft I rhoretJ.: t0 '

hunting eompnnloll Ie prone to the do- toe (thumb) daorllllll at the side. De- - -- dough. "'bell light shape Into buns ,

lug lleunnt.thllll. : lIe Is likely spite its diminutive also oC eleven to and let rile again !fake 111 a quick '-, .'

to invit4 bhusel lie Is more likely fourteen inches this little horse ranged fit ', f f9r syrup and sift grated maple sugar and -- --

).l ,to be tn 11 state of chronic excitement from Mexico northward through Wyo- cinnamon over then! Nice for the dr4,

after the bunt begins: and therefore to suing and far over Continental Europe r i Sri ,,I ,,a a, I ,I 4Iq cblldreu' JIJRl'l1 bnsket and particularly r

!bo a source ot dan&el"; He nervously and Great BrIUiln.Century.Th. l Wp 7kd p \good with cocoa or chocolate.
1 AI uN s" HNtIN
orders his ?
dog about regard- I An Omelet-This
I Easy IB made ln
''tt less of"the fllct Rail to P..... IN 1Pd '' Htl'M 'i I I ,I an .
: tit he. by doing so, wy 1 NI I IN +nd rl IP$ I lilHM'l', I yd I i ''i uucoveretl'casserole. the sort one buys '

,#. 'Is' "lfcn.lnJ unsPortsmanlike. lie The old Idea at a Pan-America rail. a for twenty cents at Italian grocerIes

.,road e the dog when the latter way to. connect Valparaiso and New + In any city. Beat the yolks of the eggs a rCewtAIN

.', Is drawing CUI game; aid It his hul- York I. not dead by any mean. The y t YIIS' ', fld+ until they are light 10 color anl quite ,
,labaloofusbes the birds he frankly attributes Panama Canal Las made its early completion + r IN 1 tlir f stlJf. Beat the whites stlmy. Add to .

.", their night to the stupidity of3gi tar more likely i the yolks crated cheese chopped 1I1esb- .a5OOO NEW W OItDB. r.1o. "

,the dog. A polst Is the signal for him or course It will be done In links rooms, or whatever variation or the New O..r .t tb. W.rtd..
New .r..hlo.l DloU... 7
i":., .to,:!calk or run to the dog: In It straight here and there finally roDnected Already ON,;' omelet Is required. Add salt and pepper "

_1" .line to Walkover the dog, to kick the one can go tar down Into Mexico aA r"'lrlu a cupful more or less ot milk, _"---ca.- jmnaWar''

4 :grant tinder the'doC. nope, to.hold his without a break. Tbere'are bits ot very gradually and told 1n the whites hould befit EeryHorn. ..

pn .0 .that., t. 'w111; beAr OD plan and railways, Ia the Andes that would, be or the e"ga. Turn: Into the buttered ., School; and Oftlce J JRev.

'dog at turnto shoot ah"I"1 aDd useful a" portions of R 19.OQ.mlle(
casserole and bake ID
a moderate EdIO'
oveu. Lyman. .....DoD.,
It. \to. be JmbecUo.lIJld lawless :and selfish scents railway mat'ould: cast the SI.berlan These little shallow eaaaeroles, which Tb.O.tlook, ..).. w........ hiss ai-re
". , ss rAef.-.Nia..r...... sad I....
line Into the
In wholly shade 1
/1.'" general to be .
are lead& in several sizlw, are'rathee __ .. _.totrui.w,.Wtlrww.r1
then, JianUDI' for birds the utmost "rem has issued a ministerial deere fragile affairs glazed on the Inside' "Wa_pstoa JPRegAT..tta G

:- .QOJet. 'e..entta 10 the best'suceess. regarding .the possibility' of gdIDIr a ,only, aDd soft baked clay on the outside. ....... .
i''Ky '7et;;one::may, bnvlrat.c.1npatiidn'tllbo\ '.f1Jltable point fpr'the ermJn\1. of a They' lave A short handle, like .... ,.c. ....' ate.....kea". r 'rr..M h

:'i wWatJe", pmef"lVbo offended if. proposed railway III the eastern regions the old .tlme 0. i.II ME.IUUAM CO. '
: ,
porringer and are alto- 1
pantioged'or; : ,whorpuat.babble or pr- Qr ,Ptfu, a link 0(. the Paa.dmerbaaproject. 'MOUNT.llUNIER, TIIB', mOdESt: NOUNTAN IN 'TUR' UNITED-- STATES getber1' very pretty dishes. For ,a dish ............. _r-1r.sft.ldi/a.1 viIsM0reBllllal0Hsi ,

,'.,;? .-, promotes, .,11tarlJles.1D.hDnt, n. decree provides. for a'commJ.lonot )J1J:11D: ,AEOTE'' SEALUYpt; ;14,5offEJL ..or Gaited macaroni, baited beaus, sort

' ,1 .... .... ,,, I .enllilleeu to m.k'pr. rom bread or any vegetable aD gra.tin. .

.. tj.A.. :., :."cJeaJra,.......b1..".w.eq l 8111Dr..CODJ, >>anJoD .e mlnaJ'1 surveys VIew prom Spray -"k, 0..the 1leadwsters 01 the )Riser. they are, reeommehded. .....,.., ....., .(, ,..<.0...", ........... '
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;i r x g'. ON 'FOR SUNDAY not HI i thing,, and' without tel: 1111.patb . : ; EVERT"WALK1R'l/FT: ,,. : .__: '"' RMs'osoLmrry

""" ---, - ,... , ,..tbere.-.... the-keewiedge-eI AND
.... pm'cs to penoa. Because ot this n.e.mty ..- -I. L Bone; a farmH', thing three 1 tt IMI: l'r1g5J INSt
Tit. 'c.p.oll7"" 'lg'nllibllty'oP.' { : th.Illrfai. :. t
M ,. "N flOQUiNT- of knowing God tb h the..e.IJI .Jua4...! ;.p.u.ra.o, '
"NO"RLEDCE'O; Q "AL6'-ENTITtE0.. ,,-1I..tM" !.! 1r'otli..: .'! .. .I. - .. ., "th.t!' r.o odI.I'' ?ap7lwftan; It'l' m'"t 01'' 'Pf"O.I. order--rnlw

i\ 0, CHRIST.n. .- obedience of our 1 fe"t .dt's' l'dfies aerate cold ,th.y,,, Kindly keep. the., ad.. w a.....
struggle ill mane. IIIe with trial temptation -'
I lI1Ifterinr.: For! if it be' the life oft: settled la e,, ,' ,.e nc.-lt sear .a1roli'aotn. time In the futulw .

8.v.pryM.b1 leelt Bser ".n. The.. Christ we are to know then it I. a life elf 11I7 1t1dD..1. .I '
WbSW.ald __I.. Llsat nat Tkq truth, of holiness\ of love, of .elftacrifke. 'SSOUIIAtm II: IUSlRSS OIIIYERSITT.Paths. .)

')lust E-.I. ..U-eo.t"-4 ....... of conaeeratiom to the Fatber' will. NCmati. and 4nel..0 .. .,... deny to. le.akks aed .telloTrapb.,.,.." Over 1 .o rats( ralukte.ilaa.A. .....
II.,. tsars. t. can know that life in ita fatness eve oiled Learnpew.Sendfor ApleI CIAallahaeeit
tb. Worll. II1JROJxLui1f. . w .... .. . (h'
y 7t. 11. 111 T CfR: ran' nr L. A I" V e. P. r t nta .
; A a. ,:1e experiences it, H. may $4cuss ft, quickly that
]j- : W'ln8oldI
.nG ecI/IIpve.Jt/ wM.h other teat-one .l
J 7itwaetl
I cotth&der, TettmloLFt(1).1'... s Chunk, ..hctlioft :,:1' :
d tiro<< at i. isr el tisedisciple. '
: 1Iiaa Ol ..ledgo edto, 1-T. THE ,
I YektdLord fop Tie .$efplane.
1tt of Chri.t.' H. tools hii tea. ID' J>hilip'pIan. ill thtkirildo He told ( at esktenxabl I:"" "" -.CNT.W""TEp., '. .

the .excellency id t'; "'I..t, allthng.! !t io u. for they k.wtnotat'pbey. ".b<\ a.on ye CMlU\Of the rIO t'l AddtU W"1I UR RC:: WILSON MFG; CO-1.:' 0 .- . 1 C&.'

'1, .J "t theJttlowlsl o( J.aIrlllfl drIDk-th" jClQII tlsati I drink heebsgtis.d fttg ismy' "
Jeslqatoy Lord.'i Mr. Beft s .Jtmong Mp...l"t1tft I amf nil thouht t
other thmgst: b l\.ek\ : ....... _. .. .... .
they t'ould. Later, ID a measure they did. I ; .WatJd. -r": 1'- c. atmpa ton t
A quarter of a. century had passed since But the places are reserved )lor these I and'lfdea.For t':l .Twobeye we operate 1,1.11 other Jltl"'Mded .rid
Paul on the wey to Damucu. walk tan _emit rl.1 III the Geld N that 8GIII lit bantteg to bklprose n .'.
light duce h. who saw a great to whom It fa appointed' for thOM who a tine I, wu un8ble to ._ ....,"'h'hI... _._.. .... ..... Write fotslree., ti. aIse.
the cDureb became wu pl'r8eCUtor of are fitted for 'It. It' i. the Inner pelse ...febaractf't. u4 nl1"1'mak..b1ft I tried, .. w. buy .....1.\1\ &r,.a nee K. L LO W.JJ: CO..A"" '", its
a Apostle toe Gentiles,
cut Ine ". of truth
They were [ Duos all the edlcloe I took had not; t-
0 : .lrIt.t aft-t'th' 1i). r hf Christ which
iona an ad .
Mrs. FJ1z beth N. 1fI'0wtb, of seal et { fit en1.11.1.. slightest elrtet.. NT back conUnued,. .;,
Thompson privation that one to stand near IBm in spiritual "1'h'I'' 1" t.ooeatsdanthontyolthsxege.softheCeseherq" .
uffering end. and beyond 0'I power end dnminion. This I. tint always grow .weaker-'until t began taking Voice of the NOlI'ro.' 11&_. A maCeslee of foe, sad by the ........ '8111 o r rlnptlon +
of LiIJldal"N.V., Orand.WorthY'1 I joy Now and fl..tneu!; which no man could tel1;' envy. Christ h.d Hi. struggle.. Nis agony; J>oaD'. :Kidney. PUI" aDd I mast ply pets '1..0 per,...,. Agents wanted' lens lOa"to"......I.ropy.' r. I i
Wise Templar aDd lonkillll back over bi. life from His cross. The disciple ill not above the Sits 'W'UIo Oviim. 2fJCIlItOCO:. ,,- d '. Ate.t., O.ergla.E'XCELSIOR .
Iembcr 0.. neon In more tht".lurpr1M4 and gr.ti'Cd -
Rome h. JlA&Md.judgment upon Master, n may not m. the giving' upof I was
W.C.T.u.tells. how :sbe recovered hla .ain and lose There wuno tlnre ot lite., h doee at tim.'i 'mls.ion .,..d.. to once t111 back ache dl.appestt-' i'

despondency which might ha" from But in th&.t..knowle4,"..of. Christ will It fittrllly. abopped.!' -- '' '
IDe gladdtny'nltltll
by thV"ase 0''j afe! or Wt'a1tDet., touch L.A\UrNC'\ ,
Lidia E.1 110 br, bitterness coat' Jti riczh( o m'b. +b1ed witbo. .C. Do a'a Mner4suI t'eoi4 .btl "sUyd.alErs .
Pinkham's '. showing that ti.rob"might: btMe entered fortl4jts, fogiUnesr of .:one whe has ia. "B.UBtr LAUNDBYI IIf Tits eoVTd.T' ,
VegetAble'Compopod.; Into! hl..oul1 but with the caW1ne. of a lured,110 s lure bto.pteU DC.n t.b+ re. or+t railed! oa rttp l.tof JlrWle, AfJEMM .A1C'I'"R1) Tie 1tV'1t1t TOWN'. ,,A1'LNTA. A.- .. a
"DsAa Ml/L'PINKn/ {-laDl ODe Judy. "ad the tenor of a ,eeeker after wards eo t4""'he hotJoe.t'iand high na.dl IO! tap.r bOX. Fosta UUblln1 00.. : F: t

01 the many of 1olll"lTat.elu1. Idend-. .I Ines truth he criecb' "I count aD; thinre but pled In politil'.1 I. troth tslbasineuway. .I.. ,.I 8atalo1'i.T.4.hPoison: :: tj
bin' been cured for the en.llenC'f'' tit-the knowledge of .t premIum? In the ofthe'pldsure .
who through the v...pof a presence : l'' the famous 1np.-o& W..a.- bY .
Lydla.E.Plnkbam'. Vegetable Christ Jesus my Lord" and the buai..esa .of the ,day : 10 anybody for a one dolls lone. ,,
I There are many kigdm of knowledge i. it l tor taJ.aa" hi "+
'one'a bead
simple matter to
Compound, and who ean today pined In different metbo4& and a erect, and work of God and thus
I way. a. a son I
for .
thank the fins .h..t r.o used .r .
you I hoalth 1 enjoy. Borne come through exercise: of memory; meting. know" Christ in truth and love' A salesman employed 10 the rue .e- L., ........ Stoves wb.n. aanlfM C or Callsry'we,,.ObJ.K _
When wu 1riy.jbo yean olds I ', some tbrouR'1a careful obaerv.tiGII 01 the demand mach of 11& that Wit shall I partment of i big Market street storb ''''', W for..Iblq> roe wa.a i I''
suffered lfJ.ere baoJcaoh4l and tr.q sent raeta of nature; aollle byexnertment In the gin OUncJye'"P (or these wb mlOTJAoom' "I
bearlng-dowlI pain. I 111 ,fact I ball laboratory;; .oT m\\!,by .e..ful1ftadfll., of the 0', hats u.e: follawtnvlthe'ee.mfile. JOt cUed of blood pol.onlDe the other dy, f'rTA lsrl tre Co: ;i

womb trouble. I wu very anxious to pIt and Yiae :judgment upon -it, much Chriat. who. gave Himself for w' Ab, we and since then DO one lu the e.taboo OA. ? :, !

get well and reading ot thecur. I from the careful study of ourselves. In know in our daily lire how great the task 1 'lI.hment hal bee PClraUtted to .and1. I.
your .
Compound bad m&4o. I declded to I' "arylnlr Riven only "" all .... .... i. set for 118 in the school l of ebllractf'". that any new fmport.A.Uoft. that have' not : "
try school
It 1 andcurod t.ook'oUly ab;bott.l-.butU bu.U! 'I tlIOY'.tem are of. which ..for..Are a price.'PI'01Ic1 The fa costl we Him pity; that know we Chriat m" riwtin: that..anav u,. ktwwkdreofUtuman .ba.liM II I been ruat'pte'\1'\thleB' gloves ate LANKfORD COTTON ,, FILLED ,HORSE'COLLARS'', . ;;

up IDU eutireITofm'tl'Oubl..1 ne vast : fa but .n .truth and lode tae, uve not tpnly.eqit ;:WOm. 'ft1te4salesmai4: 10 question haJcN.tcbe4"Jll:1fT'OAU.: AND.aosua. IJ&OULD&&IIf'' i

"My family aDd .were 1 item in'tI" co.t.. ler@:1.tiIL: thought !in hint but kltll'" it .n bttr.elvesitcosts obe'W'blI fingers wlthlaopelting 0' Tket'sverylmporteatttifarmen. ttdusn'iltanfle. ,
nAturally as gratillec1 .. 1 w.. kfy I 01 myriad interlWltfd! Sn the work of knowl. much bee...., it. ill'life: and t- : :" :. .: :, ,wrfwforfr..s.shee : ,t jA
niece end heart trouble a.d, n.rious 'I.dg and in trdeing-tho.. 1:0000mitted: .,it ja Iif.. ie JIlIn. 'For bief ill tile : ) a balejegs; that had lust I:COUCH RRO$;.. ". J.EAGAN CO.,\ AtIta.G.. "

proatratfon and was OODaldered tneurable. their care" harder far than hearing 1..0" toys and glories. of truth. there standu this collie from the Orient be had becO: '''Younjf mules shoulder eeeIl.d all over bea1e I. one week and. 4ploweddatlywtth

.. She took your Vegetable Compound 'I from a book- The year of school the excellency of the knowledge of Christ AIitnprPh..tid"d Inoculated with poison, which result Lenktoedonlter. W1I, 5OYnCornervllle.. of

.nd It cured her In a short times I' bour. of studs and prectice the pb'llieal bv mane it I" the truth of life. fatslly.'It' "'
and .ho borne well and and confinement when children would rather the life of God the life of mah, who I. the "
atroag be on the street or ill the field all tlle.e child of Ood. a wonder to me sald.a file I .
her home to her great joy and her husband's .. I I most b. counted In. 'Ve ere'elme.t-IIi"1)- Read Iht"011all the ""Me the pad 4.;"PIt'" th1.1ct_: tny"'tttttaAOCkpilbei pin' s* eta r r t ;

delight wu bleued with a. bab,. I nointed whim "tI'e do not rend among<< the tense. 1I0bp: ones who have, aided the more &!.Of...more, almmQD..LJ1av: .J.ta.v.eled.
I know ol a Dumber ot othors bonor. I
who of ooI1"INmm"en.! eomenien" uplift ..f. the yrold'throntif tM Jle..onal. +
have bran cared of different kind. offemal. I Lion of gifts of money to enab: the colIege livinq knowledge oj ll"il\Tbe7.k\OW$ through Turkey and Armenia where i, s W sf tl; qP

trouble aDd am .tll1Ied that I to puree truth,..and give It lint to 'truth ted 1b"e,-PCa118e in.o.hyPd most of the lugs ate manufactured on :- WaiI kN 4.t4 .
your Compound la the best medicine these who seek jt; and here also are time truth and lov. They paid the "rie. H band looms amId filth and aqualor'a1-: : i

for .Ick wO D.-1IfM. ELJuBlltTII B.TROMPIIOYf. I and lAbor and h. F, t those who might bit poverty<< per..ii11Vlrtndom1. ,. most Inlleacrlba.ble! ,. ,where \the 'most S ,(/!
Iklx.105. Llllydale, N.Y.- would receive the full "enrttt of the pro" I struggles within nlll\ trials .ithout. Ie a
$5000 forraf If orll.sof ._ frttw peWty ; tend knowledge must exercise aelf-c "trol; I the. power nf Cllrid' strengthening thereto loathsome of dlBealle. are'I tI tr I
..-u-- oanaet ed prrH.eL ssrnAce, play
This ia }rut the .winninlr of knowledge. "...ft'erlnffar! others that they might: b, beautiful from an artistic' point .of g
I In every realm of lire men seek if haply drawn untl(1od. shier came Into paesessioe" I /
/7)flJJ L FBI 1ziie they may fin" The'borders" ; of '41e'nn- the knowledge.of Quist. tbrQUlr1l }xpenIente view may readily carry genD top 7 'w;. fed

knoWlf are hfolnlr pushed back hay bv days With, one accord that noble multi.tude'wbioh I other countries that mlkht spread ...naortl s

1'/1' :t ttcHBii. Bar;ai>t and the light of tntla .is arerc end knownover IIG man can number, 6f'llpo. of ,horrible conta&ion.-Pbll. I / ,
ever wider tl11ot. Ice eciemtlfio' tie,,"t>l"Ol'heta; martyrs known ana un; Record.
To 10..".. adv.rlIN the L..ding .. invention exploration of the known giving thank. unt" God for llil I delphla .. .
B..ln... Colley. four aebol.nbtpa. are of. earth, knowledge or society knowledge: of goodness. &Irrib..a. to this knowledge. prr4enincnce ,
<< ,.. of .. mind abl..e .. t r+
O ....t. RITE TODAY I knowledlr' They pay the co.t. The ice ' crying out with Pa.l. We count sl i "Spoiled P.rontl." li r
I of the north, c..lld it ..epenk would tell'ot things but loss for the excellency of t.h
In the
A-lJA. BUSINESS S COLLEGE Macon, Ga those who .ought the pole] m..f'15.r't"a' bowl dlIe'or'' Christ Jesus our Lord. ; A correspondence one oJ ,
they might lnlnw; the junltles or Asia and morning papers. on the .poned chil

A EW,8TYLE CAKET. I the f<\re.l. of Atrrra are known to u. from Llbertr. dren" of the present. day. baa brought ,_ R,
--- the traveler) missionary ecientiet soldier : I I
- ;
to the front maul Interesting aspects
There i. na sweeter word in buma1\\ I
An Innovation Which Does Away With seeker after gold, with their different mofivep
impe:1ll1g: them they bring forth. speech" than liberty, no finer tholUht i\1 of family tralnlnlr. It seems generally -
the tJncomfortable-Appearing Comn. I knowledge for the world. Hllman triple. buman mind no richer gift in human me. I felt that there I. III many cases

It I. not .o much what you pay for privations and death have "I'cl1"lid fur What ii- J"edom, Jndef'cndence" of j '
an undue laxity nowadays on part 'wI
law? lio think .JJu'fh.., see mletrken. I' I' e I I
nor what you pay but what you get thAt knowledge.. Few .. the, take It. He who imagines freedom conwts t, ol the parents. with dlBa.trolll re- .
think "f the price "t which it i. j1llr bnlled.I :
that needll your attentlol In the Belec. I There, are M r ei'e of worth in knowl- $ in getting rid of law is totally aDd fatally suite to the children. One writer bal .

ton ot II casket for the genius ot the pde. Tent ,11I.h h.. most of the. human wrong.Vve Commandment i inlan .t trace fete tendency 'to one of r.ssources i I ce a
offer the Ten
'G a
twentieth century ha. been JUBt u In it are cnnt"ill"the hilth..t most interest fll..t. the for kno\\'lpdyo uo. I'ereon. for his, cord code. noejecta, the I Irqde by pointing out that lrequent.Jy .

busy III the way of funeral furnlshInge of persons" i. the highest knowledge.: lt iss saying. "I will be bound by no table -. It III tile parents. who are spoiled:
I oC lIw. I fire Ito i. pot free.lie I
wonderful which ertenee l..lla of am He :
as 10 other line until today .lory u. aye
the development oC the 'orld. n i. a more may 811 well rejectt the .ultipUjatil'n I and tatterl g it
the 'Iodflfreot ease-loving ,
atYlea of caskets I Ir
table law of
are Quite dtffer or the .ra.itation.
!living for to know of the, development \ -
eat from story U. "I will be en.av..d: by no creed." En-I weak and vacillating mothers, one moo ,
what I
they 1
were I1tty year of mnnklnd: hence, hi.tor". biography 1 1
I played by a, creed! Creeds do not enalavc meat will scold anti punish; and the ,
ago and changing day. I 11111\-\ Clf'iaI tmttfprtt hate a deener inter..t -
every for till. Nor ill it an easy matter to : ; they are declarations of religious. I ned coddle and pity' their children,
This of emancipation
IB ellpeclally true In Metalllo independence proclamations
read the past or the preaent. From the affirmations of f..dom. A creed I with the reault that tile children, with ,
Caulo". the old style heavy cut Iron .me. el.pmi..1 ingredients we I'xpect the 1 a I.
much like political pl.Uorm-a .tate- I wonderful of obBeryaUon
noult. conceal! tat: a their powers I
same Personality may or
.ood. having given away to the more I meet oC opillione. No one platform ever and Imitation treat the desiree and r
lacy reveal itself by its words and I, e
upto date copper Uoll1CB which are None of u. needs to be Jekyll and Hydeto contained who adapted all the political it No opiniona one creed of ever the feelings ol their parent with corresponding '"
neatly fitted Into the belt grades. c't;. appreciate that be i. not always clear contained all the religious opiqjolUl of it.adberen. I contempt:" "

varnished or cloth oevered work. I .s crystal. mar to belie be the read. aU None the world.Deed. .of its. .... It fa at beet doctrinca only in in attempt which Good parents arty few and far between I rSSNEW: RIVAL" BLACKPOWDERSHELLS, : ::; .

the .
to state I Iitf
One-of the latest designs as recently knowa another perfectly perhaps we do essentials and that I. becauN.tile :quell.I '
makers apeel It'. the modem and leadnc o'ioad' .
thoroughly watt y .
brought out by the National Casket not know o\lrlelvell. 'rbo mathematical A bird i. free in the air. The a r ill It. ties of tlrmneee, self restraint,. and make is
the .of I IRE and the use 01 only the beat materials 'Wbleb :
table know knowledge II11.
Co.. I. what IB delllgllated u a Couch we and difcult el ment. .A fish i. free jn the w.ter. We.ter ,wisdom, 10 neel'ul Iu family tra.1D1ng., Winchester .. bob"ter"pattern
kind la higher and more. secret ill itt. element.-'Man: t. free jn obedf I Factory Loaded New Rival" Shell II"
casket;: which bee the appeuanc. of e t" gain.If tare 110 rare among men and women.- and anffonn' renitts
. epee to theJaws o. hie being. .The ,bible penetration more seater,
,comfortable couch wben open yet re'talnu ," study or lrI"n 'he out true .tudv, then contain these laws. Moral judgment .conbrma I London Chrlatlan.-. '" : ,stir than say other obell. The special paP" and tb. Wla'chaster
oho sturdy of the .at-i. our Jlart.
all the requisite oulllnee of the wise .tllen ; Conscience .pprove. when] weobserve l '. paleot ,corrupted bead. used ht m.tI... '.11I New'RJnl' .
Row foolish for' th" student 'In art' to ; ; SeesYou .
them, accuses tee when wo violet .! q , t1; t ; :
bet styles In regular casket wok study the chromo. when the masterpiece tbem.' A man wao persist 'n sin ia' a. cannot buy a wlo Ia. the dtyjo aliens, give them atreaeth to rrfthsnadkteoadla.BE

when closed! I Ut light before of lamp hi. n..1 when. Why the glorious strive to"UD<< read in the toy the truly cut of bi. element in ater., as a And trout the ill ; Moscow slnC'8. local law, prohibits 8URB TO Gtn', WlNCHE3TERUAKE.OF W5V Y-8. ,. tJ1
01' a
of on lIOTBe. The re-
the whips
heaven flnod. the earth with lillltt! Seek end la'' the same. when any living creature use
the nohlest and learn or I1im. It was this gets out of Its element, out of harmony, 'suit of this humane law I. seen In

I whfrh Paul was dning. the desire of his with law-tbo penalty Ie death.Ilut ,the beauty good conditlon and eoodlbe'h.
the end of his thought, the) goal of
in..rvenlOIr hpDd may rutotn
an .
I I lor at the bor.eB.HAPPY
hi. purpose was that he might know tIle fish end the bird to their elements!
Chri.t and far that ho would count an 1'41" And b there no hand to re.tore a '

things but 10... )oat man to 1.ia, element 1 Christ ill God' I In..wer
I There env keen loss in Paul's lifo .. he to that. queltlon. 'Vhom the Elanrn.ku CHILDHOOD. t

!gained thin nn"l..dll': ; Loss of monr free be is free indeed.-Philadel.j Bight food krakee Ileppy C..I1..a ....
friendship, bitter' hated by !his t f'
position ; phia Ledger.Pray. oars Th.r: Are n.altby.8ometlmes '
people. and now loss nf l.bertv. lie captive
at 1I0me. nut these he counted 10. for : Not Alo. For Sslf. I milk doe' not agree with
The especial advantage of the Couch
the knowledge 01 Christ In
A gentleman who was traveling thing II
Gasket I. found In I Its relief trolll that This was more than a knowledge .f. the eat. down one day in a cottage. to talk children or adult. same
fact of Chri.t' life, more chan nn aelinowledgment true ot other articles ot tood. What
.. usually noted In all other ; with III old woman A. they were having '
: of his pIlOt and present high their "dl"h of dsrourq", there came a clap, :agree with one sometimes does Ilqt ?
deBlgn., and impressing the mlnll8 of world than I I w. L Desref..aAw -1-- --- 0..;: s bl
dignity in the .nrritual : more of thunder. aad the old woman tt once with othera.I' -'N' :::f.f..' ,
agree __ '
the friends aa well a. that. ot the famIly a recognition 01 the nlace of Christ inCod'a out her Lands i. .UppbcntlOD, crw ease attY -. Meeaasef their......, j ,
One knee'' .n spread 'J"-I But food can be so prepared Jest tt, The re.os W. L tla.sts. M.N_.... ....__sellers 1ft he woad .
work for might "
man. ( ;, le5aus.t asi' wnrln. flea l "" .n th.dltler.nse
tlulu .arrla a MI".I.
and restfulness
with .
of tial. .
a feeling peace not know Chris. All PAul longed his will igree with the weakest stomach.SAs ; tense of "rl.art4 : . t
this, yet << God bleu and save 1Ial. Anti save, reb y. I T'rf.rWtr.nd =- = 1r.-tr: reek. dt"C' w.u ,.?, ,
Dot known before. to know, iD the communion "f friendship, .honor/ and"aye the pedplc bud ill of q!" : an ltluatratlon- .oJoDe. no matter Mu.erwbr"w at...nee..tat u then trace ran"i,otl..r_ r4..bIM: OIl u.e aurkes. UI4"Jb. ;.:u... qk -

tf It. I. desired to retain all of the ia the. 1.pir.tioD of Christ within in thepower For the"'va of half. IIn ltbur the thunder weak'the stomagb, pan eat relish, aa1.'q>ft .Io. year."dln... ",al.l.iw yqw eun _...aHp,r.Mlaa.aLlee'_thebot101W '-11 torl+ '
pow l by ,
of Christ reisinr him from sin to and each time shessttooryry ; .nl".CIi.IO! : M
nes.w1IYie. / -
wee frequent . "
preaervuloo quallUeB .. found lu the righteousness. me king him a partaker of IiI" told and digest a nice hot Cup ol PosSum take by et weslSUPERIOR' '

copper IIllln., the Couch Casket can nill own life ... that tie could say: "I live. which h.. n rood moral inpftrdefita "colree with spoonful or two of Grape- IN' FIT; COMFORT AND.WRARr. .; _

be enclosed ID a metal lined outside get not I. but Christ liv"th in me." :ing.of! the proper spirit which should be- I tent poured 1n. and such a combfna- :!tI' :" J'J; ,.:t: :.1--r.WItII,. 'P ,
ntf'Ueetnal ;
,not follow Paul' '
Re may n. t ong_- .tJon contains nourishment. to carry one, ; S. akCU6, >. La :., I'J: -
box, which will then anBwer the dou flights! nor gem with hie via on at the myr ere sous;a man, and h. was working sLM.e$7Iy"ro lt.'L, .,., p'gl'.l 4e-.U p a B.r.gtt na..tiyapees.N.d to ,1t'lIr.
Lie purpose of preserving both the terl..hich are unveiled. But w. may in ahfield like, and it came on to thunder a nUlllber of hours. for almost every w.thnc.a..I Yale:\ gw.W.r It..I.) 17e1nr Ert=wd \\1 '

casket .. 'well aB the remain. know the purpose of God for "". whfeh i. and he put hia head in a boo! in the walland particle ,of Jt will be dlgeetedeand I .. OOUOLAw, eM.A1. Mar.MM./fae \ .
that we shall seek the trtttb of liCe. This he said! : taken by the system and be made
All undertakers In the south should i. found in Cbriet. To know Him i. the .. 'Gotl save what's out o' IDC:' up lo. r

b. In a position to fuml.h these late t privilege ct all. There i. no exclusive "Bd be ought to have prayed for !the :UBe ol. of >:,..;
claaa oC rich or poor but the knowledge is whole'of him for he nO ahnner said that A lady wrlteB from the land the .
Improved goods, a. the National Ctrket open to alt who are willing to take it a. it than the wall fell slid took hie head off'., ,Magnolia and the mocking bird way F i',_ was:

Co'.. large plant at Nub Tille. can bo tight. and are willing to:>> pay tho "It WAIl -tailed to me that Uds Vu. svjudgment I down In Alabama and says: "I was "I

Tenn.. has been especially fitted up pri"e. on the eratbur. becau.e It" not Postum because coffee ,
This knowledge of Christ can be knownbut tight: to pray .mall, jlUt for yourai.lf. But I led to ,
for furnishing them tan short notice p."ball" through reading .1 the "Ide. 011 should prep .large-to save ua all-pra gave lIIe sour stomach and made melnervous. 1 1 t'' d cj _

and large sales already proves that above or ,t\l.\ Seriptureq beneath. )?any +ie{ and open hearted.. But that may beon < : Again Po.tum wee reeom-

their e1ort. are being appreciated :'T through these tome to a knowledge dl Go... ., a story sth"gansllly. I mended bJ two well known physicians
But such study;/ Ice 'too easy a .chogj for
the beet cIa.. of people erTWhere.Potash character; see we strive to know the hving f ;t; Every 1mpr..lpa. tor mT children, and I fe.1 especially '

loving G d. :, 'r'I' ... Ia the quaint m.tle'lioll.o where, Shale_ I patdul for the benefH-a rl e4.u :

One baa told, elf the ae.reh for t'u! ittow.' I,care once lived writes. PeerMnslee. for I Milk does lOt'; with] either k 4,
bird' elf' tnath. Hew. dl..r.rJ'joum.Jitl I rcree' ?
many year no reglater was kept, u.nd via 'fhlJd, ad' Ie the' eM 'tur'bdIo
toilstemptations. struggles 4
'. .itoraswrete thelnemte ifI\m1 die \rill. bddriei w8
.t leaf 1ft tblt hout' of death a IJimpae of iog+ until evet"1..bit ppacaJlpd],e.GuJ : n'thalf years, I jive': PQscum "ttb I f

the paring creature, i. given. ud a feather i upfduat with some hlmdwrlt1DII'. nrfd: U ,r e t 4Jf."t: r..lII.i ;.1' 1a rees'wlth .,. : \ I

b produce droppediroot ita wing i' aped bytbedyingaltn. : nat be forgotten that fully'40 000pea) ( !I Ile Dec splendidly, regulating her bawds +4
necessbry for cotton to NO'tiedt truth g. that + .
viaiteAlter. eve year tlir IN.ul perfectly slthouib she ,Is of a eonaU- )
blah yl.ld. and pod 6bre. do we aeek'1t' ia the knowl die of the livefag Scott had written with. hi, diamond'ril1' .
books ODlertillaatlon races\ Clithit, ,:'cue'latd.l'tH. habIt. 5.e Ieee bad '.tj,
Write for our valu.ble his naa. upoa tae\ windQw "I.c I OUAaA11TIZDCling tw .n bowel
contain laormt can kWB'"nDI trough sent J. were (!b1 .' ant.\.f\ ) nI:11o rig tat5 the youngest; eked two and one- ba4. wt4 se t"5..oY t ...... bew.Y. bat,a........... I'c Pea.. ..,' ,'If., '
; they the thy Iadoess of puad'sad' leant.. and i ] ;'ohd'ljnskihf tad 'a bobt of dIJtJ,, ebeqnd years, I use one-ball P and"onehalfellmmedmllk. 4 psios altar.......Nv.e trees,.ss11 __.... ...._ ,Wbee ,....bewail d.. e.wa th
tlon .
tG .
that means doflare per.on.leptdenoe. 1ft. n' .r 4 nave rtesleryyesw.I.b..C..tlpstekilt. /
farmers through ill pursuit 101 trut''-Y fileramuot -dwLiIlJUial1ed v II tora., St&lwlilla'i: ( t notglr.a etart..ksne .. .,.. ..,fP'r:
Sent free do request For necea aQ them' 1 felp though that )liftmirgomwas ) r-ptafar 1 r
..4..n..J.eotI..ntntlbft.WO'l'Xftndpatienee. as n"'lIr CAICARETSa1.r: .evsv. S swell ." esay well ate yea gee rose Ie q, "
Write sow "bU'- yon thInk or It -- ; : like the 1t01ll. bear;. sensible t6'9T1fJ.lAflOeng any 4IIec1tcf.e'rdlbl rIIa& ,f... ear aeste.. Stub with c.c- sdy tWr .....1... perto- M ars M as .
to There must be the desire impel-. a.d vipa i every toniet 'I.d I .. "" ,, ntI tb.1 HJo1 roar! ..f...... TI>. '-_ .. t.lset 5.154 C C 4 freer .td I. ....... 'pIe rut ". .
.r.h.rf, the eoneetIhoaho"'af vnergiea .. ... Cia ns.l' ;.,rei. .
theGERMAN -hint i tll. 1 me Mtp/a ill wa1u.;' 'tnr the v weep drop tI'llt I tY1P1 l.Ilf bs.hl.t tree' Adages.ternN Rs4y c. M / A
!tAU WORU on the pursuit: study of the 1:1\1": of h arapressionsbl.i.f.f 1l?. . __ ',. t' .. .
"'- Yerkpa'tSt.I' "'''. .. rrlhs halt l { ,11 I neighbor ot mine I. giving Poe- -
':::;saC the IlUbjeetJ atllingees.46 serve II It' art of i iin. I u4: I. i +
. mtyttasr
.H/::Ra' of patience ere passing into the palace ofwisdom. r. oo pictu'' + ; B: c. ......DD.1f G"n..' ? rt' lraaxs Asti> ., a,.. wr

U knowledge i. 1IIJ"1I4"O..., thokhevfledgat this'' t mjJ 1tJ s i asivptoeJ: { _.ewrl'Jdtey. "'.pt.b': 'Ifeanlt fothr1"'lnc tA1 0a s WRITE' eel t.ANTIC.' riaen :isklxakst sew J Ya. n

h the 'il.he"! 't mbQld"U o,..
a o >aMii ralDou.I Name given brPtliJum AILWA Y.W"reroee: ,
without .
or ire can be 84cun paying .
I ly ai3A "Ialoe. 'I, < foe laiersettoa ressrdtag.LSOTH .
the 1Irioe. draid of my own heart than of the CAI.", llptJ .lJ. .."....GEORGIA LANDS
.;. Pbr It then Ie seeded a d..ealrc. wh. Pope ..i""lI. hie ........ .' .J A.i.utlbeDbl I It"t atom .giees p rrkfljo-wllb""ibU.I .

evtrc r tb' wilt dt' the.5 l: \ifi imp..ratlv..b. 4hfAd4g1tJl'g,, LordpttLk d ..Irdktleppna'eatiua'trtttt'thehbtlin : r ern e OREO

r .moiib V9ra to tr::. PavJ counted, sot him. aU thy.h ig..j,ee...., .' vw... .., atlns..beYence- IA JlJac., of (a .nr. .S' Heir.O.lokI '

i have sttained1 but he yyesue o "' ..0:) JlI.l'PJaY..n.unb1"UI 140 Literally tbouuD4a'ot Amer-I t "m _. :Rs11e4" lit Jrr'r l4 "'i tttAt

bBprfjtelT1Rr/mat0 bijabupRitl ; -hive-: rhjlpkdieatt d1 atomac. '".. -
for tVacI Icu been "': ::
oftieago ,
ol fe !o need tee i iI qOa a recent I swemag le atoll tee"' 'rajt
tu"'I'IOt\' ... ha, tn'.lIeet1JIt.4.ef informed+ b.. IICNwdpt hetirerlat aDd rnercous dl.etuS bt'-'IH.sD' i 't T 'riseeaeeta ratperp..set rate .s "

I.apl seas? Pdase'teed 'd 'tlo not'Jrnitw .'a_ pare bOllle:L worth a thousand off .,tr..,aM.iJ8\\... PO. lID Pdodl/7ofl l.este'eod.ya.e.5ldegs.bef.lees' 'TYlaltreetssnt

: HI; ill thl. &enoe; 11 key have Ito sympathy: rata's eub-.f.oJ: ,t f refoxpa.pol elevft4e.tkgmupee fees Look fa forI.tb.lIttl., "_' t su..Me .... 1Ii.--. ..., t'.

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tk' GaZGtteTLPHONI Mi: E; G. Shell: pf the arm ;Of I .. "

s KISlmm68 Va'II6U : John Sewell A I Bra. 011 his return'

", from the EaY. .t.opped over III Kilo- ,Ii< : .. -I I
NO. tt ;
Lucky and ) ought one of the 't.rlmmn\ ::'I
II J:j' 'U.I.I.II Le.r.YY "a1nAFrOdlee and /Ileeteet. thoroughbreds ''that. he -, "

'r in Valley Uurtte Hnildfag. 0011111 find and the pretty' aolrl.,1. has I, '. ... 1',' .r.. ,

... 'rIYoId. .Ir.. Sewell has aD order out.
;+ ,.U..UUIIIz.oac: : "'OUNTY.Vi.'i '" I
for one of the ewellesi buggies "II -4 ; i 9r' r

'WrL NAIIRl.. E.IW a1 Presrkt.r.later. .+ can be bad, and when h arrives 'J) \ '

.:.Il..ooo4olue. 1M tb.Paarofn.mall matte[ta. 1tI..11D.1', will pike;proceed to .t.o- fIlU.s'enjoy "life.-on t.b."j ) ;: -- '

% Netropolla.AN. ..... d'Res t" ..
'F ..'-rl...... will picass.. natty ter. olllee If -, -. .' drgCSt, a n' .'. ,. I I"" '
Ibaall to the rega.rIv.
get "
r paper J t t trr
wUi eommuwleeUeu..ze :01 from oar .a bnr- ORDINANCE.Au '.' ;r.,' "... .1 l
.... yS .IIUM' b. alto '
"poDd.DI8 must { I
.. -'. Ordinance pl'OYldlD for the twuaneeby : :;:: .,' .,\?
walc&t.t.aur will dot be recur.d ides.v the Town of 1..lmalM CIt7 of lends I. are ," -.},.\01.. ""', "" / .'".-. .."".", ,r',,' ,,

t :.11-.1 f.r.' lain I..OUllta for tb.plrrpo.e or payleg W.balahos -- . t. '.. .., .-1 r

9 I.U88CaIPTION JUT&B.OII. 4.1qa, C.lllet.1rr! Morg.g. and .: ; :; :

"f Iwpy.oDe ysar r........... ... .....1.00 for Street Improvsmebt Purpoaei sod Pr'ovidIng f;'; ; ,;: ; ," .
w'' 010100"', III. IIIODlb............ ..."...... .60 .rtber. for Uti lubml..loa or looh 1.guasce .. ,- - .' Selected Stock of t a
4 .. ..... ,.mj I
v Oat eClP'. " .. to aD .leoUOD or the qoalllle4 voters t,

i of said Iowa.Whereas a \
]Peoember 30, 1904.CiOVEIU'CO .
Friday. it I. deemed neeeusry by !the CO'III
ell that.te. I be taken to pay off' the b1I1U.C of
Twelve' Jlllodrod I.Ilaa. doe, upon 'b. Rae.Hili .
.J 21'C' l'U I'CiS. Lem"'r, .q(m..rt....wn by
t.o Improve Lh. ..bUe Ittreelll th.
The Live Oat Crescent recently COb- P..I g, UradluA' and otherwise worlLlulf. oho

billed a well deserved tubule \0 Gov. um And: Wb........'1& will be n.1' to bond HOliday'Go.ods .
% JeDbIDIl1I0W that'politfot. are all. tIe TOWb 10 order to providolbe. luud. with
It Leas followa: whlch'lnexeeute I these
1' Qule't : the r..r-: :; ....1 bonding
Whnreu et
fin" time ever saw Gov. J'en'ulofr' And .
The we
l Ilmltoflie TnwobasednQpu. the .put ......
was nearly. twenty years ago. m..nll'OlI of 1110&. fur 'be.. purposes t.o a remote little town near I. the corn 01 'I.iiM 6C1; Therefore
P I the west.. coast.. of 'Iorld. There was BI!: ITORDA.tNED 8\ Till!: COUNCIL OF I

Q ,po railroad there then, and. why he Till!: TOWN OF KISSnUlltZ CITY. .
should have selected that place we do R..Uon 1 That under ud bll' virtue. of the

f, -I r .not.. know, unless the weariness brought \.te.power of vested the Eo..te. 10 of the Florl TItWII<111 by, the the Tow Re.l.ed.b..11 tat I.. Ever Brought to Kissittttttee at (\

on bJ' bard study In a Jaw school sue Its bonds for tb. .mo.1 cud purpt..... and .
prompted him to seek the greatest re- upou the terms. follows.! The sum of Twelve
t.ll'8IDen because I... oromlled lobe fyll- Hundred Dollars. In Two bond.. m be styled
s s "C.metel' Mortgage 80nd.."01 the denomination .
be did not settle 10towD.
At first
;, ea'reaL. of Bls Hundred, Dollars each, drawing In.
but went out Iii the country (crept psychic s.ou.Ily.1 the rate of .If per:
91 t' about lour miles and secured emplo- rout. p.nllum. .nalurlnll' 10 eight ,.e.. (nom.

k went! on a farm. As the fresh air and the d.teof. ....,.ul.. I..uam. In ghtb.a cud or It.the equlu'e"t inbred' .nd.t prin.elpal the GRAVE'S & GRAVES.

sunshine brought.. back lobe strength! office of the Town Trecaurer call bond. to be .
1 health and cIgorof youth, he moved lapsed for lie 1'.1..e 01 payingtbe
.00 the pUI'/'h.. money note and morlp..e -
and law oftlce.B. .
to town opened up a
D upon theito. Hill I emetery propertv '
was a quiet, unassuming fellow, further cure of Fire Thousand: Dollar. In
and rapidly. made Irlend. We saw .pen bolld.. to be .t'led "Street InprovuneuBond. .
.." of the denomination 01 FI..e II u Dd red .
him almost dally.. h. roent
.. ,
0<>11. e.oh. drawing a II" rate 01 Intereel
.,;. the Streets. or went to and from his syahle.nnuslly. motu.lnll" 10 Tell year. frolll ,
office, and hae hearty jovial. laugh was of I..uano., .and Interest and prloclpalpisyableal.oingold
a characterlst.lo 01 the man. A hard or It. egmvalent at the ;;
odlce 01 the Towu Treasorer u/d bond. to be
,, eludeat be won Ma way. by slow and paned for the.pnrpnsof Improvlng the public such of them the I..o"e 01 which may have prolZ'1't!... There I. nothing! streets ofthe Town by ,....tul. grading and weft w anthorlsed.hall. be issued according to I I
''' t" brtlli.nL about the mane h. doesnt otherwise worklug., the came.eectiou law without delay. and the c.ou..c,1: .b.I1. beefore t

1 ;rlhe thus;but; he,; a:ciPtb; ;11:: I early a date T &II l'n.l.o prartlnable election, at which be held the d que.-All the redem..Uon such Iseuathre of .aald provide IM"d..1 by ordinance maturity and for COME AND S-EE r'

'j % '. aid deher after facts; be never lion to b. submitted L. .the electors of eald for the payment of the interest upon lIame .
t 1 makes up his mind baa 'stud. Town,having thequalld, proscribed byp.ctlon Section II. Th.I.1I ordlnenres. 0' parts ofordtuauees
all of the Keviund Hlatnba. .hall be the In toofilet herewith. be. aDd the OUR NEW LINE OF 1.
f led queatlon thoroughly" and once lucaneeof.aldbond., and the Mayor .".U same are. hereby repe.le. .,r; .,r; c.
b, t )'x be has made up his mind he does not. forthwith I..uo bloboroclamatloD( for aald elee- R".d a Best aid second time and p..ed In -
,, 1 change It.. because be I. almost. Imvariably tluo.Hertlon. open etnlon this 81atb day o' t>t..,,,...ber. A

S rlgbt. Other men who went t.o vole shall 1 t.. taken Thal al on old each election of said hooding a sep aratb I.- D. Ilgt.\ I, t.THONPSON. Dry Goods Clothing

the little towD..ner be did lerL for larjf- .ue.and to that end Ih,! 'o.m 01 the ballot to IieALl I; President 01 Council
I er places because they thought the .be nat .,d election' shall be ..ubetenti.llya Attelt: ,

.. town too small for their talent., but be.tayed follows: J. K.OILRERT.IlL.
w .
Ollleial BaIlIX. Municipal Bonding Election Clerk: <1Ilh. Towu of KI..lmm..e City.
iii, on; sharing the misfortunes Seventh. 01 V".ml! A
January 71". A. D. lee\ ,. Town 01 KIt.lmlllee Approved tile day I NOTIONS.IXATz
with Ot.beN. helping those less fort.uDatle D. hiPt.- AND
than himself all be could a.ft'ord. City, rlorld J. W AOKRIIOLD. I
: ''t't, I Slowlyherose In political life, until Make a Crops :Mark (X) before toe qlle.Ulon ofyour Mayor 01 the Town 01 K..lmra..llt': .
said Town. do
cbolee. I. J W Aderhold wayor
four years ago be was elected GOTero- , .
yj hereby, and teelare h.t. capeIslEIectlonoftbe erat. r A31 j6r'>>r a3P7iri rh :
I or of the great. State of Florida and Vole for On. : qllallfled voters 01 said Town
I u I all. admit be has made the beet. will be held .t the Town Hall 10 said Town
'f" !a that. For Cemetery Mortgage Doodll. duns I" the le.alhonn :0' v" on gcurl.y: I -_____._ __ _- __ n, ____ ___ ;
I chief exeouttve Florida has ever had, In.In. day of Jaooar" U. lw.l'... u V"o the pule
.nd. yet be U the same. unassuming, Vow for One.Agalost. lowing two questions:
j ?F sociable, pleuant fellow be baa ever Cemetery. Mortgage Boo" FI..t. The question of bnndlnRthe Town 10 .
i been .Inee we first saw. him. Just. 1.1. -- --. -- the sum 01 Twelve Hundred Dollars fur leme-: -1 9

loyal and loNe t.o his f'leDds as an exalted Vote for One.For cry Mortgage. The purpouer.Sueond. question: of bonding the Town
t..1 Improvement -f
,; \. official. a. be was an bumble elt.lzen. .- lu the coot 01 Flvo Thousand Dollars. for Street r--R DWAR: G f

i There I. DO change, and we Vow for One.Agalost. Improvement purples k
bends be Issued
l Said two issues of to upon W. B. MAKINSON ,
fy', know 01 not one act of his whole life Street Imol'O.mellt Bonds.Bectlon the terms and ID the manner let forth In the
' "1aI that b&lllot.n that.. 01 a high toned said Or..loaoce. DEALER IN i
/ Christian. ReDtlema.o.m. ". Should the Issuance Of said hoods. Tbe I..n..wlnll qudlflncl ,, bereb, $ J
or either 01.ald Ireuer. be aUlbor'''''' by the .
,r .. career demonstrates beyond a required &wo-tblrd. .ote. than said bonds. lor appointed JK ';.;-dlll'K.: L. Lesley and IHnI.. COMPANY.
v i I doubt that honesty aDd business a.bll1'1 such o' them the Issuance of which. may have u lusperton, aDd C. K. yo..11 u
1 ,. will receive recognition, DO matter be-u... .ulhorlaed. .bU be Issued according Clerk Fancy and Famil Groceries rand !
10 law without delay, aDd the Council shell 10 Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my (INCO/tpORATgD) f'
,f bow far away. from the bus' world- before such Iaussce' provide by oMluance for hand. Mayor 01..1" Towu and raised .lh.. t
fj may. be hidden. Mr. Jennings started. the redemption of said bonds Jt maturity and corporate sell. of said Town to be b".e""lo (!.)
1 for the or the lo..t upon .....e. attested. bVlho Clerk, .:
,without anything, gave. and payment arced sod the same 1 ':1:
courage Fresh Meats. .
Section 6. That all ordinances or parts of this Sixth, day 01 Deceml .
r bODM" keels a young m..n. and ordlnaooe.In coofllct herewith be. and the J.rW.DDEIt. .
few bare ever risen t.o more successful rams are hereby .pa.led. Mayor of the Town 01 KhallDm"..CIt,. =- --- ----'
' 1 than be. Read a Put and second time' GroceriesGraiu '
t pcominenoe sesion this Sixth day of December, lI riuLI]
k f : Hle life and career are a lesson for I open D. lea h__ .Ite"t J R: 01LBERT. fa.. AU Kinds of Country Produce Taken in Exchange for Gooda. 1'c'
S' ;t all. young meD who value .1100e.S and J W'1'1I0MP80N. Clerk..1 tb. Town 01 KlsslmmeeCity. j
look: upon iii aa a thtng worth at.taID101' (sect,) President of CouLei1 ,c
It. .' : Attest: Etc. '
r. 1 B GILBERT JR Town Property for Sale Hay
r. Clerk 01 tb.TowD of 1(1..lmm. City.DApr i Hides Fur and Fruits Bought or Handled on ,\1
and North 1i
The Narcooccee..SeritarIuui.., ve4 tats 8.veuth' day 01 December. A Five lots
KI..lmmee. Apply toJ --
Dr: .Jno. E. Eunli. of Narcoollee, J W ADJtRJlOL. 'Ry. SEYMO Mt.Professlonal -
Msror 01 the Town IOf KIlmmea Clt7.lNotice i Commission.dMNb
was 10 town yesterdayand reports his Fish' ,,. ., '
.Hides Furs
Sanitarium project, coming OD in .,
It, of Special Election. Cards.DEi. % _"%% "' '''''''''''''''''ai.4j.4KVWi t
r good Be baa agreeto take .
" ; only a few pat.lentl for the first sea.I7 UDder and bp virtue of the antborl' vested i .- -- :
1 10 m. by the f" Ordinance .of the Town
"Dd' I. overwhelmed
poi being with
of K/uimmee and
; City: J. W. SIMPSON Country
; r s from aU the Northe D AN ORDINANCE. I .
1 ..LateRTb Doctor be has' ..
; to t, says AD Ordinance PI'O..tlo. for the Issuance by .
+t f forced t.o decline more than fifty ape Ute Towo of KI..lml1l.City 01 Iion.d.s C..r.. DENTIST. ER.T..BUTLERIA

pUc&t.lou on account of not being lain AmouDLe for the purpose of paying the Office over Osceola Pb rmaoy. Produce Bought and t
able t.o furi1t.b &OOOmmod.t.lonlDr.
: ,
Balance Ada 00 the Cemetery Mortgage and
EnD' obi.ct.. 10 9q. m. to 12 m. A. J
furDI.hlnj s for 8Lree1lmpro..ement Putpeea. and Roovldtug OFFICE HOURS: 5:30 A
r 1:30: t.o : p. m.
from northern
refuge winters
a Further for the Submission 01 Such 5. hr.E.M. WIN E S BRANDIES I
76 Jun .
fur oon.umpt.lyea. Is purely bumao. Telephone No. Sold. _
A' ql a Issuance to .n Election 01 the Q".Uded Vo- 6 l

in-1nd ism 01 said Town.Whores. LAW M. D.. D. D. S. V a511. L '
.It le deemed necessary 1 py the CO"DcI. L WHISKIES .:: s m If'If'I
, U, but feels be would lIke t.o ooot.r1. 'bat..tep. w too keD 10 pey off th. balance of '
"y .
1 ute bill time and. talent for the boned Twelve IInod.ed"bU. '\1ue upon the Ro.e PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. i
fill) Oemetery pdrehase money murtgsge. and i i'S
ar t +R1 .of 8ufferlnlr bumanlt,. to Imorove the public streets o' the 'Town by DENTAL SPECIALIST. :I E CIGARS 4ND TOBACCOS E
a l Tile following patients have already I paving.gradlog and utberwlae working the I -
w ,.rrl.ed. for the winter; ume' Kissimmee. Fla. r
And Whereas It Will be 10 bond the'
e Capt. Thomas E. Goodman. of Port Town ID order to provide necessary the lu..d. with which Phone nand 97.

t7 CS' Huron Mlcb. arrived On Tuesday to execute these purposes; S
'"Cap... doodwln last season. commanded and Where. the existing general bonding',: P.A_ VANS AGNEW Anheuser-Busch Beer
t : the steamer Nlcar..u limit 01 the Town based upon the lot useaamentroll I A A tL
ua. rUlllllngW of11MH. available for
purposes ATTORNEY AT LAW.. .... .
/!" ?between Buffalo and Chicago.Rev. a. the sum 01 rlba' Therefore: I I 1- ON

.01 Washington City. arrived. WedDel- TIlE toWN OF KI8SIliMEE CITY: KISSll\lM FLA.J.M. It should be borne la mind that

Qay., S..lIoo1. That under and by "trllle of the every cold weakens the lungs, low- o :
Mrs Matthews aDd daughter of power vested In the Town by the! Revised I ere the -vitality and pnpan the Can only be found In Kissimmee on Broadway 0 :h

}Washington. City are expected t.o arerive Statutes issue its of bonds the et.te lor tbe of Florida amount, the and Towu purposes shall WILLSON, JR.. I system for the snore rioua dip I O Street, at the BRICK BAR aUILDlNG. ';'l;

tomorrow and upon the ...rm. u fOllOw.: Th" coin o' eases among which are the two 0 ofN 1

i , Miss MoNamara. now at Asheville, Twelve Hundred Do'lore III two bonds.. to be c NOTARY PURLICu. l greatest dgtro en of human life,
i n .N.. c.; will arrive f n.. few days. eluted ooml..atloD"Cemeter 01 IIIX Mortgage hundred Bood.Dollars 0'.Ibo each de- l STATE AT LARGR. S N' .

,,1> Dr. Eon I. I. enthusiastic over his\Ore.L payable annually at the rate Real Estate Agent. I PDChhCO;; :rls I II R' T. BUTLER
f pll.D.. aDd now baa arrangements. UDf of pix I"'seem tierauuum, maturing 10 eight FLORIDA
1. del' .. year. from date 01 I..o.nce and the interest KISSIMMEE. -
oop.lde..lon which it Completed. ..Id
and orloclpal payable or its equivelentat
,.ut enable him t.o accommodate all the"mOl of the Town 'J..arer said bode
'who may wish to come next season to beluuedlor the purple 01 paying, the bjtance F.o- F.oTHOMASO".al'a. sad !Barg! .oa I Cough Remedy I' -- --- - -. --
doe oD the purchase note Mtd :
\ ID money .
our issue
next .e hope t.o pabllban ALL CALLa Awswgae" '
I' article which will mortgage upon the Bose 1fII, Cemetery property -. hag won It I great popularity by ta '
fully explain the :A'euthefurthersumof Five Tbou.QndDot.1ar. I
plans aDd goopeofyhe noble work In ten bond to be styled "Street Improve.; a.ald"a 'P.o. 33. prompt: C1Ifta of this Moat commonailment many people la_ ?

which Dr:Enrols I. undertaking, andwhie3'If meat tie denomination of Five Offic.'Pkoa. 133.iISSIMMEE. It aide expectoration, to.lievrra fertl1lzt'ra,
Hundred Dollars.eb. drawing alike rate of FLA the lungs and the be tt
; brought \0.. success oulmlry .uuaU'. mauring 10 Tenyear.from.Tat.of opens resorted to b" ,ll
nation wilt result .n great good: to hukr I..oc., 'D" lotere.t and Iri. I secretions, effecting a speedy mud nothing unre- ;

manity a' large and also III ...cher.t.1.log i the oraeof the TownnTreumrer .eqnl"aloDt. permanlnt cure. It COW2t.eract1 110 need \0 recoil +
.Id bood.t.o .
tendency toward pDeumon1a. '
SN to the world the healthgivingyb 'any pretense to de ;
: be 1..0..1 for Lbe' purpose o. improving the
'pOpertJetI 01 our mMchleu climate.F public 8tr..of the Town by paving, grading W. T"OMfSON, 2SC. Large Sue soc. scientific know 1.
n and otherwise working the same.Section ,-'pce IOONSHINE and climate gives '
2. That III election be held at as J '
Be early adate at pcacti-bte at which the siue.tiou DlrcGtor4mlfm ...w.//1. a superiority UD-
Funeral '
: I te b submitted nid Send for our .
Not minute .boulc1 be lost to the electors of, ,
\ a
t\ when a Town. ha"lo. &b.g.allae.tloo. preacrlb bysecood I 'ert11liera. Iiigh ,
) ;'cl1Ud shows symptoms of croup. 711 of the Revised lltatu",shall be the balmer ::JIITE'SCr8 dry boDes.
;. t,1 Chtmberlalnes Remedy given of hid boDd. sod the Mayor shall ,
child forthwith tNu. pNCIi.mMlolI _
klr for said .1
;1 'aa Soon u the become. hoarse lion.gactlo.r. ee9 tea,. Vermifuge M'f'G CO.
I m. ,
,, or..ea after tbecroup", That at said election a separate : : : Ii
'.wllJ Ia fall., vote Shall be taken on each 01 laId bonding FLA. '
71a1l4.S is pleasant and safe to For Im.b.e..dusaid.. led to that end lb.form o' the ballot to 'iJi
election shall be Agtl.Kissimmee .
'Db''Dtlall Co.
.ale,b7 aU druA'.t.a. AI Io\low.:
. 5, Fla. tj;
.'" '1. ? Olllcial BaUcK. Mu .ialp&1 8o..d1D EleoUoo. i :

: :T1s. Shaw I. CorlrS.A January A. D. UOII, 1'eYD ot ltIaa1iDm.City Max Auschwitz WORM - I REWARD. 1.1(
:Tlte af+eat Snn Ti"otht r.' New Railr4 Croae .
a UulllX) before the q""Uoli -
Shows 'Talaed Animal. The County Commissioners of Osoeola '
:( Expositiota of yr ebolce. and W.L.VdfJJlJriC ,
'1' exblbtU more ADlmala.Aor bat.a Watchmaker REMEDY ), County hereby offer a reward ofONEIJUNDRED i

,"iI.MnaIclaDa'" Jockeys. Thoroughbred Vote for 0111. 't I : DOLLARS.fop e9..r:: !..

,1t ,Norse.dirto.itles/ aDd Freaks ,of For C.m.tery Xoripp. Boo.. ,, Idence .umalen' to convict 't.he 'party' ; .

.' ,Nature, Comical] Clowns, Funny Jug. Vote for One.ASsIeaIGm JEWELER. THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC; 01' parolee who burned the'house 01 .
i: e-lene _;&110 skillful menage . BROKERS : John J:.PadleU 08 CanGe : VYdek coo'1904or
preeeot.e Kre.IMM... F .. .s10A. ...... .. ...val l*..
,! ( tots bye principal. lady -'riders OQ teryMortg.g.OE4L' J ,... ...11I.. "...... ..". ev ,- : aboutthe h.fob day 01 SeptembOrr".r :-v. :

}.\ 'f'lborot18'hbNd.1 r IDODlre1.'OD email Vote for ODe.. ,,: ; Ballard.Snow.lnkaent Co. .. : ,

.,. 'vonl.s, .to;, More enjoyment for legs per Street _.__. & aoada. Repilrs watches clocks ..... LOU.. "0. REAL ESTATE : B, rd of iob..Dot.rd 'Conntt ,
ln .
.moDV' tdtsa.vsr &orcIN :you: bl: any I Comm"alaoen 01 Osceola 001Hd1..,
,, ,'YIUII1& amusement: : eDterprlM. The Vote. 'For One. and, 'J..IQ' carefully andS ThomaSQn & Robenon. AND .INSURANCE : Florida. thla 3rd da r' ofOctobee: At".

tslllt Brothers 1 N..' Railroad'Show.w'ql Agsiu.sNtrsatlmeeoyemmtPends. .. ., .promptly executed.- Engrave \ D.1904.1 ;+ 'r.1lfO.'M'1Luf: -

l.e.ablbl&. at jKlesbnmes a wRs1rday ........l' abate. lb ...... .d said bendy.. ., Inc,neatlty'done;' Township aDd 4nt.-cl.Bluka.. Job Typewriter Work of Pa-all I !" c,r. ._-,' ".,. ,. !
'_ ( ) Dee. ilak I.. er either. of said 1-. M .uthoded lip lb.regutr ., per Old awipi
u lira.. ii this Old
...-:: "r", d Iwo4irda .y.N. Ute. said bendy kinds mQ be bad St &ilia omoe. Dewapaper.Dc. r-l" pekgJOC.bURdre&alWha; :
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rResidence f .. ., - .
'T.t..lHOtVtN0.11.PUBLISHED ,
., .The Dod..lcoed .m'P&1 Fifty Dol-I, '

lara reward for evidence'. sufficient Lo'. I L ,. ,
I EVERY YBIDAYt For Sale convict the party or parties who re-' '" ,+0 H

W. 8'. MArtPtl... oaUletinthe uDlawtully'lmpounded\ M" 1 D. TindaU jleld certain OD I
... the A..1., farm.'I STAN F ..
'J Official. Weath. .1. Qeport. Dea? ZI, 1904. 'M.."rIND4LL, .. : ..

,aaas. Tere.aa/a..wit. ._ .lf 1 taken ,
.... at once one of the finest residence"pro- Capt.- Frank Tatman I. having all : ticu'' ;,' ' 28 190rlda :. ,, Tall Oklclluton OP. LOW .tn tifseM nelf. 1
kinds o' trouble with the C'uolene' eD" 7 .
perttes I It :
i Kissimmee
will be sold I
; at ifica.
a a c
I lu: : : 'iu.,, t. < -.;- -' /ghee on his Dew fish boat.' The /, _. I,,
Houae-'contalns-Sawn ,Roo e..B&th'room. Dining engines work: all right going down 1.7
,, .
- -.- but When they start ba.ct:: o town they '" t

: ..;wyn 71 112 ... Room Kitchen, 'Halls. 'Closets and Double' erandahs.. ID\.tlabl-ballef-aDd b&",men hays w ..' t, i
Lterdil.......... ;: 4t ..".... get back: the bed way they call. ,r.----- 4 \
.. ....... Good barn
.nd.y. 61 premls'C'e '
Roods .... ..r.. 7. 67 .,..y on' traJly l Everything and ,then send 'out in6tter, boat / MY Immense ' f 7& M ....\ In good sb&pe. to haul his ID. But Frank: I. a thorough : -
w.d..dq....... 74 N.Taur.d.v ,., mecballl. a. has been shown bl ,, ; 1
r I' ', .
. _
.. ... sa it ... his ,management 0' tbe electric light/ '

. .. plant, aDd will In time persuade those : :. .",;:; "y't', : ,
'f'I I. A. IIUIP80lf. A M. engines to run going/ and coming.Capt. Stock. Is Now" 0,' i..4 j (; 0'1 '," ,

Our ra\el for insertion o. advertl.e- Pice: $2.000. Co MaUDt his been,aopoll1td "4u : r .' :, r
by the Governor w a. delf&atet.o the .
menu among t.hlrea.dll'lg matteron Cane Growers Conventions: which 1 : t. .

this page II ten cents per line,each ln..ertloa. IR BOLD AT ONe.. meets ID Uouta'omer", 'Ala., on Jan ; < omplete. .

.. .. \ 26-26..The Captain would like W have '.:" ." .
.. I
some nice specimens o. Osceola count.r .
cane toCarry along with him and .', .1' .. a iX

For Particulars. App1J. at this: Office. show what we can do In that IIn" If .
:; rOD have anT extra fine lpeclmt a. of .. _
7. .
r"h News'.1 cane you would like to contribute for '
t..1i and
purpo eleave it a' this once -.

'. it will be delivered, to him. .. .,iii' ,

tbcococacocccocacOooacoQodl Ned Monday Rule Day. A UOOO residence for t2,000. Particular. 3all. Itrlcklalld bal returned to'his u. 'IoUI' Job prhiUnl' :' Wade, the tuner Orlando. .] at this omce. Investigate today. home at Campbell. after s elando$. We have: a large ll.and''?welt assorted'stock
ae..ral. week. on Sanlbel ... .
PrIce nU"1 at Gra e..& Grave.. Mr S. C. Oliver left Tuesday. for where tie bal been engaged In packlt g of ClothingShoes I ,
Watch the Osceola Ph.rmacy Ladies
wtn Rcadr.-m
his home in Alabama tomatoes, : ., ;
New lot Pattern flaw .s..n'ord. 'I. dow for Mr. Rart-.r'a. Homemade :

Is resolution Miss Jessie WhiLe returned home Candy next week. SMrts 'Tailored Suits and: 1Jnder. I .'
Next Sunday good to Orlando She was accompaniad ,eciea lklluAc>14--yea : Ladles
4a-1an.. ht, 1005. br Blanche Barnea. I It Is currently reported that. Z. n. r I ,

Fine line 01 Kirschbaum Clothing at Miss Jessie White leaves Smith will at a.n early day again assume wear}: Nice Line' Holiday Goods. . }' .
evening the role of a Benedtct. ;
S..llford for KI.slmmee, where she /goes to t ,i I; S
Dr. Law spent the holldiys wIth hh spend he bolldal. with relatives and The old Board 0' County Commlldon'rs -
will meet 10 regular session j. !
Irleoda.-Qrl.ndo Io.
later aL Eagle: Lak. next Monday for the last time FS,

For correct Tailoring call on SLan- sister Miss 01 Pearl Mrs. Clifton.1. W. Oliver of Alabama of this, I The School Board' will' meet Inrelru1"ar You Will Find OURPRICESARE' RIGHT.. '

ford.Dr. place, arrived here Wednesday nightand session next Tuead",. This < ;,.: .' .. 1,
Jno E. Erin la, of Narcoonee, will remain until tiprloll'. will be the last meeting 0' the old ... 'J''
. A
was m town ye.Lerda ; Board. )' i. ...' .,tII
Dr. Eo R. Flint Professor of Chemistry j "
For be Latest In Neckwear. go I.KaLa to at the State University vf Florida Mr. and Mrfl. a. W. Layls left last Everything In our line of fan- .

'a. was In town yesterday on bUlllnesa Friday for Seft'o.r Lo spend Christ cy and family groceries to be

Frank Dale came up from Tampa 100 connected with the University.Air. ma8 with their daugbter. Mra. Thomas first class hla-h-a-rade a-ooda i ,

spend the holidays aL home. and Mrll. Chat. Farnsworth I I Tedder.Mr a d Mrs. Leon Hebb, of Bar- and marked down as low as II D' C. .StANfOl fl i

Elegant lot laces .and embroider and baby spent the holidays with tow. hay been tn the city visiting j possible. Our'motto Is quick : .

Just received at 8t..nford'a. II relativllt here, returning t.o their home. Mr. paren .. Itey. aDd Mr. sales and small
at Loujlbmao Tuesday eveniDI'
Next Monday being a legal holiday Ic. E. Jone ,. .. . I. 'I..
the SLate Bank will be ololled. See that toilet set o. lZ pieces we The ladies 0' the W. C. T. U. have P'e 'f' +' "' .pal t''sr'a44aid
I are giving away. With every 50 cent secured the services of Mr. W. T. i ij ;'
See the new embroidered collars atKate's ca"h We Can
.purcbue you /get a chance. Bundick, a famous temperance lecturer j :
CASH BARGAIN STORE. I who will speak In the Opera House 1i "I, ti),
Mr. J. G. Gottwallls came home tospemlChrlatma. I Master Leroy Lesley was the host 'next Thursday even lOll. and one o. the ...' ""............*. ..............i44i4C-.. ....+4ei '. ''..'

with his family. at a party from 3 to 5, 00 Wednesday churches 00 Friday evening. :

This years crop of Shaltr'. Syrur IIofwrnuonf given by Mr. Lesley toLeroy's : The Southern Educational Association you at least $2 to $3 on i i J?.A.K:: : :S: TEL .:tI

little In
5 gal cans at W. B. MaklBlion Co. many friends honor and the Florida State Teacher.' your monthly bill of groceries. : .j'
of his birthday I Association In session In Jacksonville j <
are A trial order will FLORIDA'
P. A. Vans Agnew: Esqr: visited Lblll week. Osceola county Is I ;
The Commissioners should
Orlando on buaine.s V\'edoeaday. appoint County a strong delegation of practical ,, represented by Prof. Cha.l. SLrlckla.nd vince you. Our and'.our trade Is constantly I J. M. Gardner, Owner' and-, Proprietor. i :- "( :"it'

Smoke Key West Havana. the belt men Lo attend tile Good noadll of he Daulnger school and Misses growing cus- c cRates '

50 Cigar on the marltet. Convention to be held In Jacksoovllle M. C. Bran and BIDla Smith o. the tomers are all satisfied. Wehaven't i $1.00 per day; Large'alry'roomslclean! : ; : 1lneii! t""
Oll 't\ola Hlllh School. J .
Jan. III, 20 and 21st.FoB oldstocktoworkoff.
Ed arrived las week to j j any 'fortable-beda-ta.ble- le the : <' '
Donejan ,with best the .r: tr IIi '," '
LtlJte arrived from fr 8h. )
spend the bollda>'. with the borne folks. LE-Three 'aew neatly 00' The steamer Everything Try ; ;,
shed .-room Cottages/ with water 00 i 1 Balllnper: on Friday with three bundred us.. ....i e........ MlauL.*............$!........ : *a )

Will McLaughlin AIL. White Star back porch. Will sell or rent with boxes of oranges and grapefruit -- ._ -- - _- :._- __ ';4ri111t111111li11i111t1111t,1111111111111E1'Ittf1111111111r1 .
Laundry. Leave packages at store. toE and the lollowl IIf passengers: Prof. "'
privilege buying Apply "
Olin P. Dughey, 01 Braldentown S. IiNDER.: I Chas. Strickland... :3. P. Hawthorne ; i .i ' '1l11111111111- : .;,
has been spending several daIs IIIt.own. M. and Mtllll Mary Mason. teachers of Beach & Overstreet A'!
W. HuL800 came over from St. the Ba.ttloller school; and Miss Lucy NORTH KISIMMU.. , ; N.t. ,
Augustine to spend the bolldaya with, Chandler :Mle. Ada Rauleraon and = f. .v
4 WANTED -To rent a Good Piano Mrs. Hut.oo and the children, returning Addl.on.
for 4 or 6 mont.hl. Addre.s call box I on Monday. Mr. Hutllon I. I Wesley .S C; : W. GRIFFIN ,! 'J/
Osceola should be represented at PHONE 117
M. stating termll. now In the employ o. the 'Ea8t Coast ,
Railway Co. : the Good Roads Convention Lo beheld L
Miss RubJ Oliver carne borne from_. I In Jack800yJl1e Jao. 19. 20 and J '
College 1'ar :. ua., 100 spend the null S. D. Aultman came up from Miami 21. .T6 a leading authorities on practical -
da,.. to spend the holidays with bill fa.mllJ' road building throughout the Groceries

Only one place In town., handles thlll Mr. Aultman has recently purchased I country will be present, and a pract.lcal .- .. . . E lucy Family ]
Sbaker'lI Syrup. .a steam laundry io Miami and thinks demonstration with the latest improved v ,
years crop his for good business this
'V. B. Maklo.on Co. prospects a machinery for building good : '. .
winter.are very bright.. roads will be made.Messrs Por' Sale. '
la visiting FRESS' '1VIE .A.TS' : / :;.
Headley o. Tampa, : : :
Phlllp dwellings
for few .A party of young. people gave a C.. W. and 3. C., Griffin and Some desirable and business .
hh friend AI. Gilbert a splendid display of reworks on the their famUIE'1I- went over to I property at close llurea. :::: o' . "

dall. baseball grounds Tuesday evening. da on Saturday to attend"a.. reunion J. M. WILLSON 3R. I
Fireworkal Fireworks. We have which were hlllhly enjoyed, bI not only 01 the Griffin family at the home of No. 32.. h" 5 'D livery every day. at any hour a patronage solicited.. h'7ltutUttiLULULUlliliitlilltULUtu1Ulu1U1ULUtUtt111f111ULU
them all killds. : the invited guests. but all the ress their parents .Mr. and Mrs: L. 3. : On last Saturday night
STORE. dents of northbound train 0' the A C. L. which :?
CASH BARQAtN ,1bat'part Griffin on Christmas day. There wereI"twenty.alx
i I panes hAre about midnight ran over +
the famlly'preaent
of .
Jacksonville\ STRAYED on STOLEN-Two red. representatives 5 " . A
Prol, Edgar Oliver, of : and Jim a. colored man near Ca.rter'a mill. We
la spending. the holidays with .hiemother. white faced, Hereford !lulls. about and Charley say understand be was seen by the entl ;r
had the time of their lives. They
one year old. Liberal reward for they j see lying 00 the track before the train{ "trttr't'tlrt" rtt'tlt'Ttt'tttrttrtl' '
line offen's their return or information that will returned home 00 Mo.nday. struck him. but too late to stop the ' ( trt1"Jrj1'rittlrJtfJtri1tlt"" '

Stanford hAil an lead to their ) I Pro I. J. M. 'Wood left yesterday for e lCtne. nllt being on the track ia80anewhut

UaLs, Neckwear hc. recovery.E, L. LEH!, I 1'':, Atlanta, Ga., his old home, where be of a'my.tery. as he did not e Now Is the time to make. our :. '::fe

Edger Katz came home from Rollinaoliege We are .requested by Mrs.. s. B.Acitman 'will on Jan. IsL become associated leePl to be under the influence 0' wbla.keJ' "
to spend Christmas with blsarent. to announce that there will' with Napl'r. Wright A Cox, a.n old He was picked up and bntught 3.
!.. be a. meeting vI the Audubon Society I and welf'"eMta.bllshed commercial law to this ptce-on" 32, where be was attended .- .. .- F'rt11t Cake. 4
i firm of that city. Prof. Wood Is a by Drl. Hicks dt Byrd. Both 5 ; ,
Stanford the lit the Jest loom tomorrow ((80.Lur" .
Buy Sboes Irom .
your of unusual ability and mashed that It > = ,
ajllft.ed was
3o'cluck. All the young man feet were so badly = :
ld l lIable shoe day) afternoon o.t ,, '
.r members requested to attend. orator, and his many friends found necessary to amputate the toes.lie E ;;
Remember the City Bakery 1 ht the place to'get'your"FrtiitsCitron :
Watson returned t.o Miami last here contldenL1y expect to bear from wall placed on a cot III the depot .
'ight after spending the. holidays at Messr. "... J. Bryan of JacksonIytlle him again In bls new prol'ulon. here Saturday night where be stayed e Lemon and Orange Peel. Seeded.; RaislnsM 'EI' !.- :.t .
ome. and John Br\'all ur Ki..lIlmlnee until 2 'clock Sunday afternoon w Cleaned Currents Mince.- Meat, raz11r ''Pecans.'Al-' 'fro''
All for winter of 1004.1) I. e =!
were 10 town for a few hours last I our syrup when Agent Parker had him moveto 1 ,
Bee the new Belts and Collars at I Ialo& Saturday. They had driven through ;I sold to W. B. Makinson Co. Slate Wea.ver'. hotel where be III at pre.entt .- :::: monde English Walnuts. t' ---' M' .'='.. "'"
I colored tll1l1. Every can painted. ::: ; :
: :: ,
's. .
from Jacksonville) and were on their The negro gave his name all Luther ;
the Osceola High School will\ re- i way to 1\lI8lwwce.-J..t.e..t.urj\ . Com- I More Ialos III ta.ken.n the ma.klnjl'a8 Mashaw and his home io South d' ; "" :!
Dun mercial.SheriIIelect. I the years go by and I believe this Car'olloa. C an I -..
pen next Monday with Prof. ': crop will show less defects than any = :

illster III char e. ..1.M./ Walker hall ,: previous one. Positively every single: Stove Wood. :::: -

For all kinds 01 heavy hauling calla purchased th6'-ft8ldcoce or SheriBPreveu. can III In W. B. Makloson's band. We will furnish Stove Wood deli,. '':::::: '
the lltltlmmee Transfer Co. We understand that Mr. Not a. gallon In wood.E. erect of town at el.oo == We have. the.larteat stock In'..toWI\'', Frelih'lot. ==

'Pbooe 113. J. T EVILL1o. M'jlr.GV. ; PrevaLt about the will 10th move of January to the, when country Mr. B.For GILLETT Shaker., to.any part MAYNARD LUMBER CO.perStrand. == Extra Fine Chocolate;; Drop and Fine: '.$ugar''c::::' '. p

W. Overstreet returned Lo Or- Walker will wove into hili new Mr. rtv. Oliver returned Sunday ::::: Mixtures 160 to 6pc per Iound? ?Alarg6aSsor: :'.;d J .n ,
ndu Monday after spending Chrh.ta. = merit of PennyGoods: ,
i purcballe.Ir. night from a short visit to his old = 1 1 a ;1" N

with his famUy. DeWittLtghtsey, who Is attend.Ing home In Alabawa. Mr. Oliver says 5 ,13 .t,. ..
See the new lice 01 Ladies Neckwear i school In St. Augustine, 18 ependIng he was: glad: to see his old friends and CITY BAKERY : ,
teat fad aL Katz's. his holiday vacation with his relatives again. but doesn't care to =-= ,' :3_,.I\.Ilil111111Ll11l111ill11 '-...,
L. D. his work mother, Mrs. Rennie LlllhlSC.Ir.: make the trip aL this season of the
Graham returned to
BeU'1 Mill near Oviedo, Monday Charles r.lf.htse; of Tiger Bay also year" any that more lIe reports the larm- WE l11111tl11 l il1111111 ili il1il l11 lii lii1Jlirl _
section despondent
In very
Christmas with\ his mother.- era .. .
I' short his ramUy.I. spent .
a. visit to .0
II artow Courier.Informant. over the low price of cotLon. ,, .J' T'"

W. strengthens . .r/
Harper whiskey :
u ana helps resist cold and dlseasell Roy OVIrstroot!! has accepted a PlJsltlon -I Dr. Wm. M. Melgs of Philadelphia. :. . .' "'v0
tier than the doctor try it Bold as Ia.Jl'ltman In the Katz dry a'ompacl by Commodore Wilcox.i .
i Collector of Specimen. for the Smithsonian . ,
V. Mo- -
;R. T. Butler gouda store to succeed Mr A. ,.
I attend medical : Institute arrived III town the '
who resigned t.o -
ra. F. W. Hill and children. of curry 'andhas early part of the week and 00 Wed-
le'e. Roy Is a. good boy :
raoo.see came Into town to dome all !!the necessary quallt1callons. Desdav let sail In Dr' Melli's' houseboat Can give you High Whiskey''': : 4
ChrisLmas shopping Ian week.'\ I good saleltman.I for a. cruise down the rher. ;
for making- Harry Van Vleok has charge of the B Darglnln a .. ,i. l' '
agony cheap for cash at I head or the Sha- .thlnk8 will
Co'S.Ir. Mr. E. B. Gillett expedition, and they be a 1
C. H. WILSON Piano.
Iiunnyme4e the I '
about Iqur mOlltbs. :
ker Colony'near
gone ,
and Mrs. E. S. Bender moved thanks of thin office for three luscious rr" 'F"ci.. ) ( :
Mir new bungalow last Satur- pineapple 01 the smooth Cayenne ; MarrIed, on Wednesday evening Also a few .L .L-.L ,, 'C ., 1.0
! Dec 28tb, at the home o. the brde'sparents. .
; M
1 aDd much at borne.Ie the finest tog haveseen
are !' ,
row\ very variety
about three miles from town, .
The Shaken are .nice pictures ; '
this .ea.oo.
rbgreb to t.aLe that Mr. A. E. industrious, thrifty people and are I Mr.V, R. Tiger and Miss Lura Kissimmee"r ...."r .e
al'de Is aLl1I confined to his' home an a success of farming In Florida. -I Keen Rev. E. H. Rayner togo Near Pusenero Depot, "J '
h a severe aCt.1Ick of kidney troua making I The bride Is the charming daughter 0' and the Graves ,Hou. i "' et.
. hotel ;\ : .
I Jack Keen one of O8oeola coun y'. at cost. ; ,k y
Thou mT friend would like Lo know most progressive farmers. while the '
RENT-Two furnished Rooms. Why fair twin roses blush and blow I groom Is an energetic young' mechanic, r "L K.: BBAI1pZ1I: 'Propriotor. '

ormation. .t this oMoe. Ia babrfa cheeks? I'U tell thee i of this city. The Valley Gazette extends t. ,. : l ;. 1I

.. B. Seymour E.qr.. came up They're nourished. by "Teethlna". con ratulatlon.. L j L- .. to. \' : "

m Miami to spend Christmas with See I Mr: A. V. MC'Curry resigned his :. .
(TeethingPowdera' ) Ov- \. .o" :. .. -
bow ,folks.. Be returned 011 Moa .fTeet.hIDa" as salesman ID the [Cats d"7- -
Effectsof stock
f eroomes and Counteracts the goods store this week and left 011 Kissimmee now:6Ave the largest of Wines, ,Whiskies J 1grade. '
the tlummer'l Beat.Aida Digestion, aDd..Been ever' handled" fn KielitpmetiAl.c'J -. +
rhe Wednesday for Baltimore. where be ;
Dann d: TompaoD; Oil.ndo and relieves
barara1ll1 00 plaDoa and Orl'aDI- much Regulates nrrermlf the and Bowes dread. will enLr" the Medical medic at prices to, suit I the times.' ,,: t'; ..#...''e / we. t+ r

Dt.I for Luddea 15 B&..... S. M. Maryland for the study 0' .
Mr. Will )daeley who spent sever Mr. McCurrY, a. lived here a little : .. .\W..D.., ll'don alld' ..chUdren.aIID months In Bra.dentown du.rlnjf. b. more than a ear and by his gentlemanly '. I 1 t" .a ,, . ,,: 3
.ll le. spent Christmas .bel'l construction of b. Manatee Light A deme or aDd uniform ooul'tealbaa : :
t 141'1. utrdou .Mr. '. of made f IIda 0' the whole Iowa uO I r ;1 I
one 0.1
pa..D. an plant U : ;
Com "
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Mrs, Bandy, aDd otberrblatfve.sst I Traction b.lllMalD8Dr la'aod again connected and In a" ure w. baa, voice the 1eDtlmeoy ' ",,.: .J. -. ... ''oJ., < ... ,'I. . ,. Wyr ,
"' .' a. ''haa the entire ,populMion lD I "
0 k
tmled'tps; a;1atss" 1 '..iJeU.. with 'theCompany!
'" 1m .1a'' his
all wishing success :
an aDd TI'I' io Burn', Orange, given hearty -welcome bl every. ,

a and Brown; a' fau.:. host'of'frleadl.-Braden\Owu--. J"ournal.- :Chosen profession.f I.4

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Growing stmnger'andstronger. anG. K1SSIMMEEfRIVE.E"

feeling the blood gathering, 10 his peel JL 1c r

oud head unur the pain was- terrible

be ventured to stretch forth bl. 'ha.nd.. '

.ttJKE: :HAMMOND" nil lert found .DothIDC,'. but' bfa' rllbt tjTE1 9

touched colli and slimy ItOlliP Sweep ,

ing'hla baud( as far around &;I' ,osstblehe "

k u, I THE MIS'ER suddenly. paused, r .BTEAMER'I.ILt.IE''' i'' STEAMER 'R SEArl A, ci t

_ "UencDsl 1 am In 110 well! .I teel Captain Clay ,Johnson, Jr
i .. . . . ismere 'Clay Johnson, Sr
W} k the curving Qf tale stones I must han; Tbq Tlbetan- postage: stamp Captain return. 'Roseada'IegiesKissim. :
and ,
\. U\--U "") ,., fallen here when the trill \VU' .prung JT'a aUva character Impressed. 1n red 1, Regular weekly trips to nallllnc Kll1lmmee'Frlda evening; )
01 ::;;' =1r.: r. To"wlIJ1r.IPh1;: : : lftmmoDd." I' sealing wat, nee, Tuesday moraine, aDd arrives
by, I and Fort My'ere OD th.'LlUI,
Reaching up with Immense clltneultJ'. ,-' I Special Charter Trips to Lake Okogchobeo

IB" Prot. wm.H- #,' I Pedt.A CoprrlrlaUIIIICoI for Ite Lung taco, downward, he at JJalbbrldo .honsts of the henries Comfortablll actomm04aUon for pasaeagerL Bata .a.onable.,
'br 110.1' s..erta'raon.Of ten old :11'1.10 Pennsylvania, Sbis moat plcturesC'II1G,waterway ha; Florida: r
s' f last lIuccc'd In lITo.plng the. IroD. bal year : ", I' The
Author 01 the 7C. Sto..OaUet" '
I apply to
lichen Stoner 2.0.Jobps : and Freight
; weight 1'01' Passenger,
Uaboe." Ltd, (.m ,. t.'t.4/. above. CLAY' JOHNSON, SR., Proprietor,
.... "r: have ,lodged In falling," said' be'iiy 1IL aI
head la bruised and bleeding; It Hopllnl hu one professor teveryifour ) ,On board "Ll1l1e: K1lllmm.,

...--- - ...- '- must bane struck the edge of the Cool students l. .)all one to every; -
tllnt; and Columbia. IInnnrll anPennsylvania _____ _ _" - _, __. I Ii
tot the of
It tell. But -
L L CD PTEf\) : xiv. ) I/t. .broo"dlhot:,las nm(14 "i; aald Fen roltn'i'11l'r !: III J1ammood's ova ont. I were DoW one tb every ten. ;

l (}oDtIAUed.. .. byes artullT. out" --, '

Ue xtended'hls" band a. It to touch "IwlU"r onliDad' you Wtell"It her.-wIll dot.- t delld. beard 1 must 8 In'e a tnoille above him TIle Tile, Kaiser b about fire felt tC'1I I Our Job Printing Department
.ber :. 'lfibe ral.e4 n Qulckl1, .' 'sa4sl4"an. IHI he swung him df uP: 10 as to supPort Inches In Leigh but ho likes to rut''

wlth.ErIlIl ... of dlsguU .ael lood. nim" 'Fan" 'l- his body b swinging upright routldlilmselfwith, giants and by<:com. i '

knife ;: In her IIIHVe. .1100 a. the Iron bar under his right arm lnrlsot looks shorter than be is.We I We
no-names:: and.up-to-dllte arc prepared
or ,
"Oh are Is complete
Hammond started lie glance "UnmmoDlI Is not satl"fle:" laid bl'. -
toward the dishes on tile little table, sacred ,tbinga.', replied Fan "I w1lJ "lIe collies to make sure of his murder I 'learn that these are over tWf) therefore to fill your order with promptness

aDd that Kate ball secreted tbd I'I'I ten ;you, young' lad;. old.An old thou and ." And though brave and nuble a. thousand miles of streets covering: fissuring satisfaction by doing good work at'
wicked woman-not 110 by a
_ I It.Ew} for Ulk'. anon could bl". James Greene felt on I lll'nrly tPII 11I01l8:11U] nerea. In London .-
she Mlla- such as
hand a. was wicked prices
_ "I 'ou, old toot" Bald ho I led and handsome man-' Icy horror gripping 'at his heart and that nlolll these streets are 11;:; 1

to" "not to bring kalvee to the a'young fast' lie : hesaid. milt's of irntuwgt'e. There are eighty..
Fqn. 1 "lie m I nalllug trop
'PrllOJieral I said carve the meat before .' wonder"It be ever robbed bill par. "I 11m 10 b. l'utomb'fl alive In seven mllf'1I of main Intrrf'ptlngI ; WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
tou take It to them. And' nov this horrIble grave." I elR' to seq4' nothing or the sewer; ,
on I and no wonder bont Itr ,
abe has a knlte'" "fw/lS/ Dot IAllkl'. hilt 0111 Fan na11l1l: tinder the control of the !borough( coup MEXICAN CHIVALRY. 1'
.. thundered Hammond, 'WhIle! Nancy CURE: ;
''I torgot- 17 head I. all .-pk ce.. rind IW'lII'lng the u'al\ool'\ The r.ollent 'ells.!! These carry the dralllnJte or "MII'4D ---

i .a14 :Ilan shaking her head ,a"d17. "I grew pole and dizzy. ceased and JUl1Il'S Greene houses inhabited by over five million Detfereetially .
length and Sodden Hag
: Shrewish !
and ,
I "Yee said l am of 110I,8e'' to anybody AnT more- I It pcoll1
woman led the young and handsoml lhougliti May Be Used.Ituert : Treated by a Cop. '
+ ,ou tee I can't think of aJlyfblnl'but ; "1thl' ,oUllll I judge that I nm nol 7
$ :
.." man Into an old IItore-room-dark, ehU;' T. Acics considers, It certain Sho Wall nn old l1alf. Her face wattwrinkled
-+ 1y place-mT flesh 'cret>ps to thInk of StAnd mnll3' feet below till trap-door. 'rh..I'uInust I, The- silk worm girdles the nrlh between there are many disease processes with the scars of lllpatloD,

"Slitnce roared Luke, Itamplng! : the old woman knew there was I bl .01Uf' small Interval between the fiftieth rornll of 1101'111! over wl'\'h\ the mllld can have, no Coltlrol. nod her 'law-Ilk. angers,: would have I ; ,
his h81'7 heel fiercely. the door and 1 iLe edge of the wall IitIiUnl0 mal till1'1'011.; .. ot Ca liter. 1)('. l'lc.On .
man, a desperate man, watching her Such nJ'I' ptrexta. been ended hJ" t Ian onf'IOHe lot It ieto
Old Fag drew herself closer together The arcs of the ,1001\ nil well I] 11M I Jn rmlllll farther south '1II1 '. I III Finn ot tritlo11, Iuo
to shoot her If she Jlaused. Then the >r many \processes: Situ play the wltch's part. lJl'r gray
i and closed mouth and eyelln a IpeanJIf can 1'f'IIIf'mhl'I' It when It fell, must eat null ro'hlll 'lIll1n III other words ItIh'I' Over 111- Qt,
him In the It lit ) influence. wet
__ old woman left IItore-room. can have : hutr fell 01' her shouhdera: (In II
tea Fear ot the thing In the wen-' ," wherever the uiulhcrry and ollll'r;
<< last four hl'l square orgjuirpruese (
-left the young mall-left hIm stand- L'clions. di-a'ii" < lalIUIUiJoW ; and hl-ln"I t.nngtt'. t'hlle the few rags ,
lear of the man that put It there ) IIu atvuug, I1l-K-fN.t out boldly and Ire hers oa whl":1: It tenth sire "fnllllll Itprrfeetlou. such II" control I the IIl1rulll)1Ipr or tnit
log 'OU a trapdoor, rIght over a deep she ware 1'1111I1,11'1"11, I Ihc'Piet] lire
pt "}IIi. ElgIn'" said be, "yoll have noG lark pit. Augl! so deep and dark." touched the! other side 01 the wf.II It belongs suet I loellr'ely t,) lift the p'lf'r Jlllt'olth and tiger I ffIhf' forums, hhc was drunk and fussily

taateltood. Whyr''The I I Sbo liuddl'red, and Kite Elgln's'foce. "Good," said he. quick /and true In the Northern Iirmisphere. hut sissy )"l'thp. constiuuro( tvehlc" Inlllll'I'ICf! Isprn..tlally nbusirt'. IIIlt the policeman who found
wretch that darn to lmprisor w..11 II than five Inll'odul'd Into pnrlll of the Southern -
//rew'terrlble In Its ghastly attention; mealurhJ" "The leas nil. ]''' 'I'hlf' influences her un ]Indl'H'I\h'nrlu! lIn..1 saw 'be-

me would Dot hesitate. to poison me, Iate'a 'ye. were flied upon Fan's llvk feet In din melor. The trapdoor must JIpmilll'hl're tllllt ore f:1\'orl1ble: for I, run:, in l'onl.\1 t v It h "TI'"n prucessslent. Iwalh all disluises. Ili" evidence that; .

Bald J ate."Yop : I face, but Ilf'r body was slowly lean have swung- downward to ifs full the 11I111111'1'1'. "II unh' Ihrollh for III venue sy she wus a woman anti that 10 hIm was
have secreted a knlfl" 1 Bee )t'ngtb-MII four feet ut Il'tlst. 'fll'J'f'- h vn"J1l1010r and hcerelorynerves. '
towards' Ilammond especially the l'ollrlllc' t'prolectiott
lag more and more enough; to guarantee! hJ.r
a 'It In 7 Mir sleeve," laid (Jammond."Why'la Who expected to sea her swoon and Core there IIIUI't be II1)11('" of four Tile dog I'I' the most widely disIriblded . and'motor and 1 sensors ones he f''llld Kite and, 1 ) tt perform -

i thaU" fan Instant. fret at least between the level of the ] of thl' domestic nnlmAh. Ilehies as \vl'll. his duly.He ,

"To defend m1ae1t.I .". Fan every continued floor and the mouth of the well for: III I the lowly hut of the Africarsntage The bee"f"tIns ff digestion, me RIIII 101,1hl'l' !
: ender arrest
pineed her
I "Defend;' J'oUn4'lt! You dread vlD- "The old woman left the young man otherwise the door woulll here struck I and III the ompnnioD or tbe largely/: affeled by IIIl' Iu'nt's; 80 are to accompany him to I ho Sixth rcund'csnria.

hence! the comlJln/ of the "well and so shot Ireenluau 1l1lmnux.. the most northern the functions of the ho..18; hence
there It
t and, 1Ied. Suddenly grew a. She refused t to go probably
"E'tr"lhlllg dreadful and barbarous light as day. and lookIng back the silo aside; whereas, from the sound I Inhllhltnnls of the ,,"orhl, lIe leto (here are amcna"'l"' 10 psychic Inthtences. not "u11111'11 hf''n',1' meant gotng w

from fOu." replied Kate. I have just heard the door h. rIght over I, flat the! D'l'llIlrl1ble companion otI The fllnclhlllK of the kidneys unable '
old woman saw the desperate man she to !nil\ ps 1 because she was ii1tJto
: "YoO) are still untamed 10UIII Elgin, knew had followed In the dark. De I my head As near tie I can Judge from I, flan and is. found whf'l'e\"pr the hllman and 8kln 1118). perhaps' hf' nisi;, ,0 In- roml'f'lu'nd why he .111..111 want

,You will I have known ten exists. Ills habitat Is. tblll extrtidrd !auencv'ci. The' InlllUlIlP relallonK betwt'en d
eat ere long. In the that IlomuwrJDJ I alii ouly or ra' AH.I" argued
had a pistol In one hand a rope her III JU nay I>ln'l' ,
lt d; 'atarving men eat rank poison, rather other. lie saId lompthlng-the lId I twelve feet front the level I ot the Irop. further north mug fut tltet the tWllllat functions and tncnWI with her .1 HIIIIII; crowd c,,llI-f'lc'' end

than endure the pangs. of hunger Buljdo woman did not know-she was all fear Take tile stvUlg: of the door from that: ,oath IlInli that of any other: domestic 01111 mural f'unlItlollJ are well the jnfllrlatf'd old women cursed, aDd '

not) tear poison from me. Your 11tede ; pulled the rope. the trapdoor fell, I Ibe and I 1111I till or f'lghl fee: ollly from anlrnal.i I It uunn. Ho with Iie. cardiac r"nl'1101l8.III spit 101 the 1''KIR"f'! "'' rur Ilwlr curl.oslty ,

a. valuable to me I\S my own. Your the young man vanlshpfl-he II In the the l'llgl' of 1 h. well! 1 must try to diseases Ihol nt' call IIIIIC1\oIlOI.\ the Some soitcsU'd' t tu the officer f'"
,beart I. will that of II'berolae. I sew Jereer> 10 r'opnl.r psychic 11I1I."n"I'. hllll Its great eat. .
strong wir
;your well now!" stand up! ; ; Ihal be, tu..lhllak.. thin eta-

1 might torture you If I "ilIa name-hll name!" gasped Kate Tbls cost 111111) mach time mad ]labor. FranklIIIllItplly: .Jr.. lie son of the neurasthcula III which there is: little hr I (ten Hut In the 1'11Ihl"K) that filled'

:Wl.bed.Vbat: hinders met nut to nod Governor' of ;New Jersey. 1M Intrustedniiii real ions of flirt power mental I tare aid the tong bony/ Oncers and
her eyes wide open her lIps aU wblte. for tllil well wall was slitny reallures her : ?
bend such natures a. ;yours we must 'Val James Greene !"- said +.ootll. At length; hl' ouud 1111 iron hls father III the mnl"lfll'tII'l' of """II<'''H are f.fI", ; If there II be regcnerattd -! ,tspl'.l torn 1M recognized the evt

t t assail the BOut There I. one thought mood, opening his arms to lIam'j bar. 01' spike; u few ineliea loll;:. el lctcIng ;. vnruish! f\Jul\ mtlrh Clt the trade In Il1nt of nl'r\p JlOWIhlM. other trust Ih'8'Il'rla : .nrl'lI of Ii I life III tvhlch much toll ;
} tyi, ,that sustains your courage You think It she should swooo. out Clf the .tont's linmtvllalely lit '' liar is I with rea'ring' mnl.'rs. through; I must have been 11I1111011,1 tItI the tires
c i ,limes: Greene will leek for 700." I ";If'\\' .lerrey 1'1 the loose of till' ror.. 1M Ihf' ,peculiar slam ping ground she 'etidenSIy now the
or the 10 which was'
Like! a Ugrelll from her lair like an his Icfl. Tbll vas once II llllrt
"1 knoll he will," cried Kate proudlye arrow from a ''bow-Itrlng. Kate Elgin] I satJIf'.IJIII' lie WIIII: swingeing! oD. porn t 1011.... It Is true:' said :111' Murphy: of the ml'lIlalllt'oll'r.) mental Hlo\'f' lie refused and fur ten min.IIll'8 .
AH 10 the' mOlhodM of using
as she thought of him she loved "lint. few JlNIII') IIIOW whey. It III geiimllli argued" with Ihl' \\111111111. but his i'
darted In between ammond'lI arms James Greene WI" know wits n cnrpl'nter ,
an'111'1111111 Suggeatten "
t ''CathU'lne Elgin said Hammond, : 1".JjI"'I.1 that the State or NewJersey healing i only l'1 1 '.l'nn'l"R' wore 'urOCM! ant '
aDd shriekIng: and all a gf'u'rlll rule l"UrlwU' cf without\ hypnotisntt -
he muds
:taklng ,a Hat near h", "I am goIng .. liberal the stay use
I. mlleh more to Ill h f'nts.
aulllnl! die Satan! It death dlmll iikc' l'IlIM. (;Irl' 11 I I I
"Die toIn ere( can ) spry Thl' strenuous repetition\ ofa
aMo knock away ODe of the props ot your lid : corporations Ilan other Shies. hilt 111IIfurm,1, representative
three 1111 Then this
;you! and plunged the 8eM't'tedknife I arllentf'l' strong! nil a ham- .oHlttn' assertion undoubtedly pro-
('Ourare. all her liar III tot the N'"f'Inn: ) oliierStntes'0grant I of ( lie law with a 'llIh at hula tlido and
) twice Into his breast with 11Iond lie 1'1111 go anywhere.Greve I daces all l'fI".C1. Many flf lhf" modern
"Strite them aU to the earth" said I : : hurlers "olltlllnlnjt torch l'l'u.I\'f.r III his belt and. a strength;
Itrengtb. yeas bold and active. and In mechanical means or treatment do I 11
& Kate :'and yet one will remain that Hammond staggered back. dear to I spite of life "IJJllwry fooling bl' tinally score IIIH'r:11 ]'l'ovl.iols nnll l'hl1rf' low.. much of their pork by mental effect t. I enough 10 carry her I the block bat ,.

Luke Hammond and aU hili aulstant then wall, and his own dagger was 1D stood N'l'cl, hut with ODe foot on the f'I' fees than New Jersey. The fact Is such ati electricity. and vdrious kinds I separated them from the station. paid 5
s demo Cannot Jltrlke dowD-lhe God that 110 changes/ have been made III the tribute to the sex of this crazed rell' b
his hand In an instant first bar thai IIl1d sated him, oJfl tile or mO\'l'm'nts. As au adluvf'nt 10 *
of Leaven." I Kate Elgin glanced at the knife In other on the last found iron fr8jtmf'lIt. 1 Innregulating: corporotlo 'In New the healing for'f of nature and time. I lure vf the streets, lie told her ho r
""The dtga; of miracles haTe fled ford I for'severnl I and lOl- the but c
every street
iersey years had appointment 111)
: ,r her hand The miserable blade, a mere lie was clear air feet In stature; but 011 IIM'hi' influence will always be aprecious
'ever said Hammond coldly "I teat I In the law baa been I' hIm
." portent point that unless she woulll accompany
:: table-klllIe. b unt.and weak;; wu bent be now stood, bill fret wide apart Dud resource to the physlt'laD.
mortal foes alone. 1 am here to tell tested In the courts, 80 that the ('oplto that some It would ue Impossible fur 111m to keep 4'It
Iy as It of lead and save Hammond'ssudden bracing bIll body with bla outlltnt\ll"d\ James .I. Putnam tells lIa
that ;ramel Greene baa been here "what they con seemed to to her and
yon lists know exactly: : TIIIII appeal
Influence or +
fright and surprise, he Will unhurt bands ogolllst the wall line, a line sort ot specialized
,.' In other Stales vhlcll give tools the offered arm of the mon
o-nllht : I drawn from his toe to the level of his COUIIt, on. education III often needed 10. cases: of she
-Yes.aald more liberal charters the nice points she bad accepted aa an escort and
Kate.he you lied aside from the ImflrOv&I
i* 'O.neavenl" groaned Kate, dashing bead would not have measured tour IIIE'uruthcnla.
to him and he was de elve4. But.he'Will the useless faithless knife away, "doel feet 113"0 not been definitely determined I meet at nutrlt1on. Another class ,0C Ute two marched lowly] \down tb.treet.1IIexlC'no .

s come again and again. You cao" Oh stand 'toot by the courts, and .0 CRplloll8tll Lave cases that maybe beneflted. le that.ln Herald
thT jn.tice thy mercy sleep 1 must tty to 011 one : f +
_ _
that will _ _
'1 ,snot deceive ,him forever""He .. f lames! .Jamel, my lover, m7 darllngl Bald lie "if! but for a aecolld." net that slime assurance they 1 which may be placed sufferers from:
Ihan be deceived no said not be upset or Interfered wltb.MlI'waulee morbid' fears occasional outbreaks "E.prlt D.'Corpa"
more or
lames! dead I murdered! At an Imminent risk ot falling to the

Hammond gravely.; "FaDr' She clasped her hands In agony, and bottom of the 'en-anfl of its depth be I "nlcolIsln. __ of 0 hysterical nalure The problem All the tiny cripples In the neighborhood .

__ s The old creature looked 'Up. fell lifeless Into Nancy Dark..r'lI arma. had 110 Idl"lI-he arose ou one fool, Is that of inducing III such patients or the .1tIt'ml'nl.hoIlKI'. to- rt rtgether

"It would-40 you good to tell what l I "Place her_ 00 the bed" said Luke. : bud at tile same time threw its: arm I \n A.toahhlar F..'. the tientlml'nls( or courage. COnndl'D'e, wit II a few abk bodlNI hlllln'\. 'w

IOU 'law to somebody who dId not "She bas falated-nothlng mort Fan, upward to Its full length. The kno\\"I"lIC poasessed by :Mr'. patience and determination and mak I had been feasted on cake and lemonade. '

;WouJ n'f It,. Fan" liked nammond. I tbere' a gold dollar for your atory. To 11111 great joy the first joints o1hie [.f'o\JIrfl. 'hnl11l'loli 1110111'1'011111'1'' of fag them familiar with the dangers I R'tx'n one III the flt'forruud mites ft;

"YOII told me If 1, told you; would You told It well Nancy, when she lingers clung to the lorlllk of the the 1'1'11'111I"' or the drtalls of the "II"l'iOUM that are likely 10 threaten them from I wax !ready 10 110 home he ml".ed his '

o kill me" said Fan. "nut I would ball haTe recovered UM your influence wf'lI. notes shut hn\'e beers Issued by without and wllhHI.In the class IIf I (coat which scorch fallf'.1 to t filld. The $'

9a' rather tell It than handle. 'plece ofnewtalned to bend her to my will \Ve have III) I "WUI It bear my weight?" was his'1 thc GovernuteuLduring the ]last half.. diseases represented hy morbid fear. I young woman who hail been minister

gold All It lies 110 heavy time to lose. 1Ir; ;purpose accom.pUabed : next thouhl. "I have hold enough 10 century Is 80 absolutely nl"ellrnle that fright IIMI'hol. insistent Ideas. and lug 10 the wants of the company had "
here-oll heart-lo and counlel' epllppllform or hysterical outbreaks. the able boded! girls
s right my heavy we will fly; to South America. sift me unlll 1lIJ" et hand 'un take a all !money fuspe't'cl of being! seen one of go
bot-hot Irons ot1I0 some of the bed work has been done.A under her shawl .
' a. mr; let when I lean This new. of James Greene wlll weaken firmer grasll But the stone seems felt lot 8\11J1l1lttl"f1 for her olJlllon. out tvtth snmethhig ;
them In the certain. series of graduated efforts or one bl' IIl''r..INI 'okf'
and bot-cold 10
re-beavr; her greatly. She would pot have rrumbliug. or .tls mortar under my long she declared thlt a too bulky ,
too-It'l hands strong' etrort. la which the patient is.bupporled 10 ." she said
II Ice dreadful! dreadful! believed It true If I bad told it; but finger tlII" note which missed through her "Run my dear Jenny
Fan'shivered, and drew herself dose awhile In doubt the I was 'ouutf'l'fl'lt. Others III her departIuent by the physician may over to one of the ad8. "In picking up b'her
a. old Fan related it. Kate Elgin c.n. lie paused great ; ,
again I ; Even come a morbid fear or long .tandlng. IIha..1 perhaps 8ho gilt hold ot
i not doubt. If you want anything, let peril was terrlfte It the stone should declared It Ielluille such fear disappear before {r'
Or may
t ''You may tell !It to lUla Eislo. But Fan get 1t: I am' going to. the crimson erumble hili Call would be c''rlalu rtlose at the head of the df'l'artwf'ot a to over and something;; else by milltake. +
determined attempt go
would a ThO' moved off on hIs stumpy
she boy
y speak no names I chamber.." Something splashed In the slimy. ooze thought she walv1'Ollg Hut I remember all the details of Itll first occurrence crutch. and when he returned be held

"NsmeaJ"! laid Iran..P emes are lie departed, exulting 10. his Tlllalny, tar below him lie lll1lt'nco4 Another lint reverse her JUIIgment. when It turns out to be not
1'v1 note sent to the Bureau/ of the coat up In triumph The "aceldellt" -
dangerous tblAl know The was
a and old Fan muttered, al she secured iplasly and Il sqUl ak. I dreadful after all. It ba been
and the experts 10 Ilad happened ; Jenny had picked {
kept latate these and Engraving. !
II misers gold Printing
the coin he bad tossed: "ltats"! said III'. "Tbl'Y have dlaco'ered : found that painful experiences work with her 8hawl
Itlll It
." there said It was genuine. up
.thirty years i "A brave maul A dreadful man! my presence, and will donut.lell5 mIschIef Just because they are hIdden
;tt '8be' forgot she bid uttered It toay My son must have grown up just like attack me. I must trust In God she held to her OIlrllol1. The note was I from the patlent'll Tlew. The hidden I The crippled children crowded In closeround t
of It the young woman great perturbatlon.
old later description
aside a
Kate EliPA-the IIIht before. .
I him! Luke Hammond and Nancy; aod act" the records of experience should be brought out In- i TheIr 8.tfrI'Mpc't had been i

r Hammond aDd Nancy Darker ex- Harker I Two gay ImpIllY Impa- And commending his soul to hits Cre.. was dlscovet'e'Vamoug to the "clear light or COll8clolllnelll. wounded! and they looked disdainfully
another departweutEverybody's i.
changed a startled glance AI Fan said they ought to be brother and slater, ator, be swung his body out trow the counterfeits In Hypnotism may lie of great use bere. I at the few sound children among ".
'tblrtT 7eara, and poor Kate expect<
4 Ine a tale of horror' learcely dared lebreathe. But 1 feel better-better now The atone did notrumble. ; It was I'oek.t I erroneous to think that hypnotism I. "MIII8 Martin, It aln't one or us that y
I Ii after that easing of Ply mind." firm In its place Urllwlng himself up tends to loss of independence did 1t Jenny IIln't a cripple: he'a

n' ,i "Wbat II that Dame, Fan 1 1 witY Unfortunate Kate recovered soon, I I\S high as his breast, then throwIng up An umbrella small ellou11 to go In- and weakenIng of the wtll. In cases on'y BUDday'hool !"

glee you a dollar for every letter II and found some sad relief In a torrent ala knee and gaining additional brace side a pocket Is n recent 1r1"l'lItiOO. It or traumatic hysteria we have ex- a

-iNl7ysdd'Naneyt; of. tears, a tempest of BOb., a be wall soon seated upon tile brInk Is designed on the principle of the telescope I amples ot typically paInful and Inall- A Wonderful Jewel.

Not a CInt-not a centro exclaimed whirlwInd of woe. of the horrible grave from which be'' and consists of II sel'les ot telescopic lent experiences occurrIng In persona The moat extraordinary pearl-or.

i Luke. And then to Nancy: "SlJenl': And then, weepIng, she fell asleep, and escaped_ elides II cnrryfug case and II ''I not'of hysterical temperament. They rather, cluster] of jf'arhJ-known as I

.. '/Did I not laT the thing should remain with Nancy Harkergtaring hate and 'Thank heaven," he murmured asho ]piece or silk covering. On opening! the are peculiarly amenable to mental "The SOlllhern CroI8'-l: owned b7 a

.,. '.i .uDae.rched' Better Ignorance than i triumph by the bed.idl' took breath after his labor. "So C'lIlIe In which It III contained the contenti therapeuticB. General and local treat- syndicate of .Australian gentlemen
apnr-to; her to ua-perbape. Come resemble! II hUDdle of steel rode 'I ment 18 also IndIcated along with the
Old I aaff
Fan tar !
not wanted there crept am who value It at 'IiG.OOO So far as Isknown
( .h t Pane tell Miss ElgIn what you law." away to bide her ")'ellow birdie" and Feellll about, lIe found a large stone It) u wrapping oj .lIk. 'rbf'8C are. with luental treatment No'attempt need I It occupies an absolutely

it' : Bat the salad of the old woman wasMkt silence reigned In the white and gold ping loose. This be dashed In the little manipulation says tile Chicago be made to draw a sharp line between I unique IIOllltlon. It consists ot nine
:<< NanC7" olrer. Post, converted into Oil umbrella of the physical and mental therapeutics. A. w ,
dwellinglarl, chamber at midnight well, aDd the splash of its fall Touted pearls naturally grown together In 110
: : every letter ot tha.yw the squadron of ferocious rats begin. ortbodox shape, the short ndll'.ot kinship exists between the Influence regular a manner a. to Corm a pertectI ,

; :lIamer .a"a said.drearily. "A dollar: -- nlng to move upward for assault."And which draws out Into a stock of tIJI' re- that improves the nutrition ot the Latin cross.: The pearl WQ dI8co-

.A"diamond for every letter of that CHAPTER SP.JAnxs ulllite lengt"" The coyer I. IIPllcl'lbed. brain by increasing the harmony and
f for work
t 1-y mow to explore; my I Bred bJ' a pearl fisher at Roebourna, W
name w plldnot tempt me to speak ''t OREJKE as being quite ::1a Stout tight nUll I"IIln- efficiency of its functions and that t
: nxerns: TO wonE. :i but begun, said he. groping about I I Wen Australia.. The tint owner is-t
:trwa.. resisting II' a 1Irst.da. umbrella ot whIch reaches the same end by improving -
\ .Coocl name once-written inV : I '
Leaving Hammond ou his way to the with extreme caution. garded It wIth 10 much superstition $t
the fluallty ot its nutrIent
4Iamonda waln't any brighter tCi crimson chamber let u. look after the After about ten minutes spent In this the style that be burled it. but It 'u discove'

,1" E 1 me:. 'por\\ lmong men, thal& In plain, welfare ot' James Greene, whom we manner, ba paused and rejected : aa" Itobr: I'onpl. I fluids; or the mode or their dlstrlbu- ered In 1874. and live years later was arulaced
leolq: Don 1l0n.-Bolton Medical and Surgical
: ; booed 'Jqk; Ira, Harker.A dozen left braised .tuntled, but not dead, "I am In a square Vrl.oQ-lIrleen feet to on exhibition tn Australia.t \\1

t .'.etol1a awl a dozen diamonds.! a dozenr1lmei'ov4'could hanging: b7 his clothing to a broken rrom"' wall. The well .Is In the "X01.y dogs invariably belong ofcourse Iou mal. --- -- ..
!'" 'DO !JuT .my.fongus ''lIOn. rod -tea feet below the brink of rentr and tile floor of the trop about noisy; 8Ople.deny this Noisy, but' people listen to themsome When Oa. Was Sold ffl Bladder. American Ho.pltallty. : 'r ,,:
' ,
-. tok to andkneiv I .aald'Itwa the well lteneatb-the old .tore-root aVe feet rpm the ground. I am here liter-f
day when they scold a dog for The death occurred at Blackburn '. Our guests! from over lea are :
,' t i sl 'I'4'_t .1.." :thought Taaey; count.IbLh When ;rame. .Greeoe recovered bl.conHwulHl. walled upa.Itwere. Ah, Katy If you '
btrklng. Whose voice I4 I loudest )11'. John Lund, the oldest macllltrat,. ally overwhelmed with attenttonL ,
'. toind"andsbunniag,,, the .... b. opened bla eyetofind !u1&\f,701U' lo"e' situation how ;your another .
; whose fiercest? whose harshest Ihave'4hesrd an ex-mayor of the borough; and fl..r Multlell vie with ODe In hospitality ..... '
//1'E fierce fit Luke. "Sbe dwells OD himself .Ia total darkness, pad learbtteart. :would bleed! To "what iorrots .' ",
? people disciplining dogs over 60 years a leading member of th.Conservative of the broadest character, t'
.the II without UGwlDC 4.. 'TherewereT breathing 'ao atmosphere ''tbat' almost egou! exposed In toe! ppwtrrot' ; -
The 'too
rot grpwling: a1Wl I bare been more party 4eeel'lIe'l It I. ostentatious. perhaps .put ,.
veJettersainmy'lather'. suRocated,1m. / too that IIcn&tpgelu.) villain, Luke IlI1w.
frightened of the people than of the gentleman, who was 80 year of age\ It eaten, fo th4 vanity oftle'tprslgn j ( t.
.1 : net Dot tplnllt oC It,. 1 .shall ,hint 't4' move a muscle he walted'to
:i Mme I (I bgs.When from a front door I can claimed that his father was, the tint ere and sends him home highly eleut'J metblnc dreadtaL. reflect upon his dreadful situation lie. mOlli To be c.o atlnned.It.ybett4 ' manufacturer In Lal1caahtre li' r .
? bear) dog Inside a b09.e begin td howl cotton ed with the convIction 'tbat-he./I': $ fir

.....,.,IJDI ,r 4 l dlWElyTsfaa .. From iii posture he knew be wuIuapended to be a UTe maD In a dead. 1 know very well that he has which was brought In large bladders to .be by bla owu'eounttr; en; Wdqfd

.. "r : ,. by biactothLogb. rt bow.D40, .tows tb a
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\ THS CALL Of" THE .. -4 .. ., ,, - . : ..
:'J'Alnt: eJ't.rUb'; ; -'-..thin, of.d'n II fcWI Tbe BadOV1tcJa.omgm1gb:
-:-: With p& &*. "Rei mewi: and IP 'e p-.cte a ever ml1lute e- fOX ( '
Wits th."of a IlllUion bur i Ceet the muener' from the ehlef..t , I' \
With-hope and .pet and dealre-. phiCe., Ue hadseea. Oenera, l'
The city Ilea and i. cafl. with ar..blll1u In court from . 1f'0". ,
\'o'ee day'to' day .. ....
That tollch.. men'. soul.Th. And -": hi ,, ,, ..
Witl1 fin. Ollce: gleam ,of ',' ', -'
Intellleence = ";
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.1eld.! stretch tar to the 1'111I. r thll them.persuaded himself, hatt passed. between. --1 ...., ; 't'fJ\ ,_ : .fll
day, N. .Outl ,Welt, 1'roe..or they are .a
.And ftCir tll the laag; IlIn; ,At last a faint \ 'Xtlmond S"MeaD7 Oio'i
The .al1"y between ara'D"S' began to ( btIUt awayIii' tnks bsrrelu a. tigf'. a.mey1bewitIIoil .

A. the .noo
Th. willd. of hcavii. un.tralllmelect\ of bli cell. It wu lIabt. th herald of gives all' 1nterestint-- the crevicesaudio "aoat4l'' the top bf _ _
Iweet and a Dew day, the lut.for t", ::;t \: ..
the C9nleinned coant.'of' ''the ..firmiag .of1ozl the. 'vesseL ,ThooU: UPedtoprerYthlitoodi "

Bat Fan fIIeadow and and fen and laU_ men, .An4 now nado"lt" began to u.-- CAl SIlO islands m reface Wl1IlGD'Sound / the'most clltlcuJt 'PNi to' ,

With ever,its burden1to ever the wind ciLy'.fari caU. torth 1 explain, in husky tonea, that his coni1ctioma : Of Slik'A -Women haye been dung sonic ot tho In the south ,of Alaska ,The, obtainthe: l1a1r....aI.belDI''
Was all a blunder, 7he ,two dress. fox thua protected i. the blue variety principal soutcea1'oflppIj.'., 'BatJ"i:
lovely this master is
by a
\ the Theater: _ _
The inch Who drelana lit tbe aid. or the coaleI' look t1 lntelllgentlj' at' each I."ekln silk In shot iridescent tinti scene pa\Gtllljfat Imperial of the Arctic fOX, commolilf called the ""o.t stead/a&i4relIaPte supply fOIL,
brook ran.- London _ _
Other and Pityingly the lately. blutt fox ot from'tbeDter.of, ,
upon wretCh The summer coloring the cornea : the dog sbThes ;
tog from
That fiow. the iilche In brown to ora'Dae tone. Wl1n too old for to '
treat tbe hm prisoner a reta you
but sail not ..AretloJto ... \'arlablecbr.WD. I1sh. are-eaufbt III large
Ueeda not b1r4 o the a word; :.Around the CttOQl :of the ,.liahtI.r ; a "UIIn'
,j-,I.- SFI? ,. bloa,1.III In a few mlntes all the ,en were as.s&nbIe&in -' gathered skirt are triangular pieces of kllla right ago roe some. .other and a yelwish white below, "wbIl. ben by long .et.1Inesof.' So,:,101' a' ort';\ _

Sits mut. Leu fur trill the/court3-ardof/ the pr1sou brown fellow near th skin the fur I. a dUll'bln ,.\J. tllDe lntbe'..u..mtrh.. fox tat'mft'
The tender lilt of .n old love .onlr tine of them c clm and colleeted. onlt a: pltln covered \\1th, embroidered A. woman always; suspect: het ba.-' extreme ArcU climates the""Intel' coloring bat, a. busy '.,.80....:preparln.&'uClI' anti ..'
For she catebe. appliques
the recalling soft nti-
thring'a thinks she Is beautiful
: band more than
prey to tear ,
aM becomes the color-- catching salmon .Jib '
In the voice ef'the brook sickening terror, and shot .no\'whltol for .wntcg'supply -
and the ,,'hl8p .. laces of sUk.. abe Is, bet WOQ.t admit tor fear Of '
fag breeze- evld.enclDl:1t .11 too plaInly It"hia trembling Sag 'We usually think of In onnectton of fox food. .':l
bet T.In. t ". _ _
They.bring her the mc,4e of fam. ... .Umbsant livid countenanco In About :Loose Cost.. ,making < : :with' the Arctic' fox. but 1a'le.', cx- -

The youth with bi. )IUlld the we hurried adieux they exchanged The trouble with these loose coats 'and Never without Imagine yourgood adornment.iooks will treme ,places the.., fur becomr'wh II ETTtNC' ,RAISE,;, :. .
on IIttlDC
plow, stebbornAs with each other Rado'Yiteh came in for I. that the lines of the figure are apt I Of the blue color of the Under'fur of -t .. .. I'

furrow on Ilirroll' be turns, more than his share ot atteDUoD. to'be JleKlected. Ia other words, the Every girt I. dlssatJalled with elthet summer:.. hence ''thlll variety hat 'toceived Orni :III.. ,__u" O..latty ..a..4, -
her wp.ght or the colA: o. her balr. 'T.... $.DdaD4.. ,'.1'_.. 1
Bafecl hi. head to the "It' aU its
tempter breeze a militate, mumbled the wearer Is swamped In her own.clothes.iledfern name. The fur'although not '
And a wondroui fire there -- .!"Tb r.'s this 1t.' said 'joungtourlancl '
burns wretched man "Where 80 valuable that ,the 11ver foX la tG
la a. of
In the depths of his General Oar.flsbinimT' .a7a: 'My specialty. the O.eepatioa Wor 0'.... ,
.teadfaat ] the _ _
,rllTI to clerk nut tot.h.tUl.
young eyeaAa line of the garment, 1 do not want to The retllm trout coiiege, of the.:ion much sought after. and thus a considerableindustry '
ho .tn(1u there 'lIe 1. lever lies originated ::10 I'n got to gets ral... If ,I'm 'wOrth _
utronq and tall- present at executions. dIsguise a woman' 1I&lIre, but always II a most Importl1l1t iufa11"-that" ia .
For over the hush of the fallow field replied th1taQldler he addressed. "He to see It through her dreas:' when,he lies completed his college e4.ucaU the Islands efflthe rout:. $12 to the' company.' I'm' wortlsl&::,
Come.atealln, the city'a call. I'e'ebeen here teD mODthat,' too." n.
blued hla .
final orderl last protected and only those afford.lug
night"Anti n and more especially when he.bu '- _ _
Tbe student bending to parchment and then a melancholy procession be- nabi.e' B__. carried! otr honon. The first thing the beet pelts, being , ed. moment,the 'rl2a.were. out, says the, :.. .
gpan to move toward the The variety 0: bootees seems Inex.bnustlble. ProfessorMeany : Chicago $ews.: young 'Bourland ,:real. .
'Vh8: slac:1a of the 'wbict* Is thought or Is what he will .eaTs ; '
the: midnight oil bill'll' sow, fbrtress prison. A clergyman led the .. One cunning pair show a take and mother The enterprise la ratbel'1IDlqae, and I.edt his mlatake. lIe shouhlliavo, .
as a profession,
Delve That on the and searcher on for for the truth wa, I. beg way, and the doomed mea foll wed 111 sandal etrect. They are knitted In and. father up bold daily Couultatlons has, beea III !psratJoo ODy'] about, test done his deed anti told otlt later."N9W:
a glow oerispresde his strange must .oIlut .-wan single 41e, their Ordlpl17! drea, coy- white wIth two rows of blue at the top about their 8On' flltare.Not 7ear. It Ie "an effort to preserve the his brave InteDtloa w.. tpna4, all OTer ,
fare ered'wlth anit blue baby ribbon at the ankle. the ome. an&eoaner or later,:'was .
.. lone robe ot wjtt. linen, eo with the daughter who ar. harvest Clf, tUI'S which ,I. made po..l
A. he Jets the 1..t pane fall\. at onCe a covering for the flying and a The sandal etrect Ia accentuated b1. a elves at home after tour or flTe years ble bY" the numerous ,.Alukan islands bound to teach tl1.00014 man.." ears." liThe
For into the ""
Comes creeping quiets the IIhadowed.I'BOm citJ' call. .breua1 for the dead. knitted roll of blue aPplied, at the sane. of hard anddlligemt! otud7. She has 'unpeoplid lIy eIther natives or 'Whites boss Is In !therealone", replied' -
.At last dal lIue. Long carriage bootees are At the islands the nearest clerk.wltha grIn,
they reached tile place same tlme"thele are
apo become In languages '
1It'oftclent musc, ''' "
Faint; and lal', like a thing of dream,9 .' pointed Five stakes had been driven. very useful, a. they cover e part ot and all of the higher branchessbut:. It tree from the natural enemies of the 1.dale: ,'you, .alll"the< mearestatei.ograpber. ,.- : ,. ,

'ViLh pal&e4t and mart and spire, 111 the ground near the summit of the baby' anatomy quite frequently over- b. her aDd fox. Utile 01' Do effort I. therefore '
With the tread of a million feet really must .ald. Judgment There nothing to' <::0 but ,,""to
hurrying looked. was ,, .
With long even slope ot the rampart. To The feet and legs are knitted needed to' protect the young foxes ,
hope ant regret ad dell1l'e-' common sense hue been overlooked
The city liea and it ealla with yojee these they were bound! In couples, faaing In the usual way, but a shaped knee I.. alld Deglected. .lby 18 It that mothers frona other anltDal, , t"ke OI.dare :rourlhouraml; laid, u'down

That touches men'. coals] with fire.Boston the east, now kindling with the added and the leg extended several and fathers do not see that their The word 'farmlne," tbonSh-iu eom hi, pen, And'wlthhe concentrat.

Tranacript warm flush of the rising fun, whose inches above the knee. A ribbon run dauJh\era have some profession to rely mon use tCl descrIbe this Workt Is ha.:4: ed'.ase.oC ,ills /associates.' upon him

.................................. coming was to be the signal for their rough near the top holds them 1D upon In cue It should( be needed Iy appropriate unless_the ..ceompan1JDg 'walkedbohdly. Into." 'The'the sacred pr.cinets the'"
CII.--- ............._...-. . . death.itanged. place.--Harper' ]Iazar.A That JII the thing furthest .from their word "fox"-I. made to, ,carry' of-the 'bo. iead. or. ,' .
Arm btsdesk
In front of them, at a dla.tance th'Ughta. enough atmosphere of wUaerneu ''to' tappLng. ., .
Triteme Toq. rob the beaTily'on 1t 'WIth a ruler, : _
of IUteen "tarmlna" ot all Idea of' cuiture. -
was a
of yards company Any oman of striking color who Many, sunny cases haTe been brought A fos-farm Is wild iii'antI i .Well,'young maD?" lie Jnqulrect.;, ,
simply a
soldiers with loaded rifles 1'5'hOlle
bee I
to girl re-
baa come to the bonnet few young young .Doudand suddenly isii.aed
age t very j. _
captain, standing a little apart held In seized upon b7 some enterprisingwhite
cetvedtbe advantage of s liberal cdii.Uon '
clo these 4.'IaYII) can lInd a mOlt stun- that lie b5d no earth1ybusiness there:,
his hand a white bandicerclilet at man, who proceeds to make aa I
where she hat been denled..othIIIII' -
ning bit of III the that instead of. wortb the
headgear trJtoma belnjf: $15to
whose fall undisturbed home for families of foxei. s _ _
I's sixty: tongues or flee would In the of handsome clothe
forth toque. It la In colorIng that It cornpols way / lie feeds these foxes wIth frm he was In reality 'JlQt worth more _ _
leap wad sixty bullets seek the money and position and where she has '
dmlratlon. than 'IO"and tha.ther..ere' better
The I. shirred
t crown
hearts or the unhappy men. care. and at the proper time he
also been reared III a !nxurious atmosphere
and the mlrolr velvet 11 or the ombre selects the beat to b. killed fol'thelr men'tban to b. bad for that small,
There was still time for the'hast scene and has probably De"el'known ones "
variety. the shading going from light fure.Feed1ng'. suEn U. realized that eoaI4\'Dot' -
but one In the before the
tragedy want
sun the the
of grntlficatioD of
to dark In the vivid tritoma coorlnes.} COme! t'sbing down wltb.hIa extraor.4unarydemand. -:
should riBe. A cross was held before smallest wish. the foxes prevents their nilgration '
The sl1lrrlni springs Into a loose putr : ) lIe .mustask, someithing !
. . . . . .. tile lips of each man for a final kIll In Many. times she baa married wealthy to other IIIII-nd., or to the main- ..
- . . . . ... .."rI'J'.IY..rI'MO . toward the front, and this puff forms else, aDd that very qulckl,.. ;I ,
.................. ............... turn Then a dagger was broken over the frame and has been the Idolized and cherIlibed land, In search of tre.h..l1untlnt field": \wat tG' aU the. '; _
prettiest for the tace. At "Do-4Io-70u set, .' __
liE: the bead or each captive bl a soldier wife with everything which money The foxes have shown that they are __
..... scene 111 the prIvate the left front III an ostrich pompon tn bills outto-nigM' hepskedweakly.:. q"Hasn'tIhsn.onie ,
detailed from the thousands drawn good .swimmers by leaving islands >;
up and cOllld ber And '
Je omce ef General Garashi. one or the lighter shades and from It position gvo ellouil1men to do" ,.
to witness the vengeance of the Czar. tllen there Is the other Iide. More where they have been disturbed, or '
1110, the thief ''tat.maa.nim't
G To ot the secret spring a paradise plume In tile tritoiuashedings. nT'. Inqulrel.tb: & ; '
pollee of 51. Petereburg.01or At that moment-1 sun seemed to The> strings;: are ot velvet limes than ODe would care! to know poorly fed. and migrating to larger 1.1. you pt your orders from him 1 ,You're ,' _
bound Into space, lind every heart ai one ot thou welt-bred girls has mnr: ends, or to neighboring points othemainland.
The general bal ribbon ntw aren't I don't bother ,
'just In the deeper shade: a good inch a man, you I"f.,
betu estlonlng one ot his spies, Peter molt .topped. in width. tied neither for money nor position. Feeding the foxes also over Such detAl1.J Go'to ) lm, 1...:.
RadovUcb But thJ' ofDeer has not let the IIIJmal I but simply for"lo..e_ She has 110 eon- Seems to encourage the rearing ,.of
a young student ot 'twenty. -- Young I Bourlalld I left abusing" b1m., ,.
four, who bad given him IntormaUon handkerchief drop. Instead, the retreat Tb. Oaiy Wums Ad........ ception ot what poverty means: large Utters of young ones, The foxes self for 'an idlot, The Uow-h.lre4,

regarding a coterie or NIhIlist, be 111m.aelf Is lIOunded on a score ot bugles and Queen Olea of Greece Is the only woman should one try and explain, It would become ac tJltomed' to' the man wbo steno&Taphekedhlm IC he got,his ,

beIng one ot the coterie. the troops 'mareh off the &Tound. The admiral In the world, havIng been mean 10 much time 101lt. Very often feeds them .and readily tamilarlzjt ."raise? The be/lreet/ clerk ,asked him '.1':1:>1 _ _
prisoners are Informed that the Em- her husband has bad has themselves 'wlth the'specially constnucted '
.'-ntl wbnt do Toll say your numbers appointed to that honor In tile RussIan money tile nine queltloti. Everybody slout

ort?" asked the aenNal. eror has been gracioullly pleased to navy by the late czar She I. devoted elalned to have some, but the awakening feeding houseso' .These houses tleked.JUm.aDd a.'BourJan4 tookhla _

'''rn-entT.two. your excellency, mny. grant them their llve. to life on the sea. On a recent InapeetJon comes too IIOOh. The. couple IInl are sometimes provided. with floors seat'he wondered how long Ji.oulti tr .

leif Includ..d." They are unbound, snd al In a she made such h thorough examInation themselves with absolutely Dqthlng. swung on pivots, whIch are damped stand.. beir horaepl.i lie needed the
dream, try to realize all that has happened The Is marrIed with tight during the whole year until the
The general took the paper handed, of the battleship u to amaze girl a woman feJl' money) III aU verity, but' be grew ''to

to him and silently compared It wltb and to congratulate one another the naval experts of. her country and chances of securing a posltloll to teach date selected for trapping, when,. brpullln.r : dread'pa7da7'' like torment.. 'Ills persecutors -; ,

ere the last couple has been rellehcd. win their admiration. She Is the eldest th.. h..n..I... In _.. hl"h. sho .. .e..ileL.. out a few nina the feed house
one on bb deak. -- --- ---- -- -- --- -- -- asked to see, his 'enormous, ..
"flardin wub.noft", Sobotln-I iras One of these had fallen forward OD daughter ot a Russian grand duke, the Should fortune favor her and send her is transformed 'mil) a flue .rap., This cheek: they .arod.hlm 1ia.ealie 'was

not aWAre ot these laat. You have hIs face as tar ns his bonds permitted. niece of the late czar, and since her a position In nine cases out or teD It scheme I. pot universally followed. 'being considered at' 'dlrectors' JDeet.'
It was Radovltl'b. would be impouible for her to keep It. 80m, of tile farmers set out numerous _
to she has don
done. 'veil. I1arovltcb, and you will Jln.d marriage ICing George IIII\ and that Just a. socos.. the( 014
that the Czar'. government I. not unmindful "lIe hal tainted," said the lIoldler. much to unite the interests of RUllla When one Is unaccustomed to beingtreted small box traps, so' as to Catch as many" man" bad a, .par.da.h4! ou1d take

of those who serve It well. "Bring me some water qulckll.0 ." and Greece. She Is the founder, friend u the employs insted of the aa possible before the alarm I' spread It up.'' .. ;
:\ need to trouble" laid the doctor! It Is indeed from burrow to burrow. The'rhou.e i _ _
Your recent action will atone for and patroness ot the Seamen's home, employer 11 .trongwUledalld For six "mollths young Boorlall4'ea. -, ,'

past errors, aDd merit rewar'l belllde.Tour" who h"il rapIdly examined him. "41eis and on certain days; of each month practical person, who Could! stand trap is' not tis successful a. would apo dured it: Asking 'for a 'ratse".,became -: ,
dead. The tl'lgllt has killed him." the humiliation ot the .Ituatlon.- One pear, for another rea eon. The blue .
',My Ute will Dot be. worth a day's visits the old',anora and talks to-them. ,his nightmare, :Then'olle .da,.
Itwas too true. The chIefotbo secret life at sea', ,. would thin' that 8. often a. these fox Is a .mating cr.ature, aDd the pairs
purchase It It II known that It Is I who :pt he made'up'bl. mInds II.'llut. Q' a, _ _
police "tad carried Clut'hls promise cases happen mothers ot daughters rear their separate fammel. ,It often '
have -' buelness becausl lie thought:
furnished Dew
this Jotormat1on'You
; only toe literally, The spy had DO I 3osb.r4s ..I);....;.. < who are at private schools 01' colleges happens that a strong family wl1l It.'U better to look prosperothan; .
should _ _
bavethought'of tbat before longer any reason to fear isis etrared.comrades' ; nere are a. few ,practical 'Don'ts" would look to"thelr' future a. they do possession Of the feed house and drtvtheweaker shabby;' De felt strangely calm even
_ _
''ollllnl their society. 1 '
: .H ,
;you York from "Motber' 2Iflatakes" ones away..l."l1ddlln" shout "
revenge.eW' Po paper on helr 8On'7 .
have In the face of a possible dlJlfDl..L'But
something to .ugo est. What IsTIint read before the venswood 'Vornan' A. profession would never tio Imiss ODe of thOse Islands at nfght.-"I Jlearc) _
he walked straight theMboss4sI ot.Ii
j 17" '
lb. Tip 'I' .. .
_ _
Club. and It w.quld probably only be a mat- what were probably the arguments In .
when the "I'r'st by the police : When did the tip first arise to spoil ; I f' ,
Don't tell the children what you do ter or a year or two, or the girls for one or these cases! ot eJectme-n .There "''Wellt'.lr: ,. ,' ,
tatos Place no distinction be maue be- the digestion: ot the diner unnecustomed ri tjnean, that matter could take up some study was much heated fox talk aDd flnaU,1 : _ _
tWl'l'D me and the olllers." to restaurants and afraltl of ,. "I've come to see about mt proapectafor _____
DOIJ't the ke'tJpm hearing note of ii the bark
walt children triumph
on ; m wbllo still at Ichool. owadays thel'Onre
_ _
Taisi 811' l'ye be nwlth'the
the walt.r' getting a :
"ot course' will be apprehended giving the wrong gratuity to :
fOU walt on you.Don't 110 many brilliant occupitlone for tug I fet as though X could almost see
%vith them." According to Dr. Johnson, It bad Crm sixteen thonths, .t .12. and j'' ;
break a promise to your chUdren. women with eduatJon, 80 many gen- In the distant haze of'J1lght' the j'anqjilshed '
"And tried"" not become a common practice In hl.- fox believe. tlat with m7 knowledge of .tb. _ _
sneaking olr with his
tel 'of earning a livelihood that
"l"elll" If 'Ish It md condt'mnI'tI.too day for be says or lila early days InLondou ways business -ain worth more ztowP' _ _
you : Don't talk about your neighbors.Don't it does seem rather 60 bal that such brood to a new feeding place. Thel.ul1nelghbol'l ,mali, '
for that watter Allythln further when be was lodging with one The great .mlltd nJal17."WeI1n _ _
scold at the table. opportunities should be De leeted. .m.tee.1t necessary "
?" Norris, .taymaker, In Exeter street, think 3ou srI probably tight,
] a
Don.t hurt their selt-respect by ceD- Give your glrlll an occupation a. weljasyour for the VieD to multlpl7 the feedIng bit ,
lall1. "I' 'wll1.. to' 3fr item-
1 dined ) eight
"A lid pRrdoll1'd along! with tile 11'111I : very curing them before oth'er lions. placeil.s fast a. their crop of fox

guilty of the others: so all to avoid allsuspicion pfncc, 'with very good company, at the. Don't overdre little t'hlldten.Don't families lu..realea. This knowledge come bout It tO-day. ,AD1.thID elsfr- -
In New street; just by. It --- .- ,
Pineapple, give them too many presents he must gain. by constant watcbtulo".s. -

"I quite uDe1Hstantl rOil. Rut as. used to cost the rest a shilling for they before they are ten years: old; they-are AaC>>Ncq One farmer, more methodical than the The :BosS. 2tl.' 5i" 1sss.' ,,

Cured you will .have no reason to fear drank wine; but I had a cat of meat liable to an attack of Dnul before they. r I others. II.lltl that be caught all of his "I'went Into a U.rge clothln..tor.' ., _

In that 1''Rpl'Ct." for all: peoreand bread: for penny, are tweniT. \ :' young foxes each yenrto take account the other dny,-said SweUmaa'tG fiDd;

The chief of the 1IC'<<'ret police smilPd and gave the walter II penny 110 that - ,.. oC ..tock., Tbe' others laugh flt this out something about' men's fashions,

to himself QII the SIlY took his dClll1rtl1re. I was quite well served, nay'. better Tb. New o.._.; I scheme, 1I111& that It i. just the ws for the florse\ .Show{, "NaturaU, 1

than the rest, for they III.the walter The fashionable dinner gown for the to drive tile foxes away; for DO an- sought'the heal1 of tlle'department:&.

That very evening the police raid nothlllr:' season Is quite different In general appearance mal! Is more sensitive over such famil.iarlties U .BlfS.roU: '. he,sa1d,4I *on't know.J _ _

took I'I/I' <<'e. Talen as tftey were by curprise There II a long jump from this to the from last season's IItlle. The ant they also become more dIfficult don't dress In that class znyself Bat '

and unt"oDSclous ot any trl"aeh- adlou or a lady of) title In r. recently skirt Is wider, there la a decided tendency It II the for weather to catch atter' each Dew experl IhaTe ,a ,clerk \'wbo. cad teU"70u" '.U .
now season _
try on the port of one or their number, written comedy, who, Instead of count- towards crlnoll.3e, the waist I. strips. open ence. Every up-to-date d.ictionaryI: defines about It. Boy, a.k Hr, Blank. 'to.Jlleaae; __ __

the little coterie of .tudenta. artists Inlt the .change brought her bl the 110telket'pel' more elaborately trimmed and the I the word .tory" a.. craftyoi. Step this 'Wa.1' .
and told him airily to give the sleeves much Pique baa tarren behlnf\ the proces51011 "In'a moment X:-'lIpproached'
:young dooton found themselvesbagged are bl'ger. trlckT. .It Is best not to try totoDdleIt' bT _

with a sIngle "scf'pUon. They rest to the chnmbermald. Perhaps ItI Plain silk and crepe. de Chine, velvet tbhl year.Flowers count sUch creatures while they are one of thegreatest' swells t ever aW" _

Indignantly ehutetl tile ctarge
/ against the gO'"t'rIlJDt'nt. Dut ton Chronicle to study tile habits of metl"Or (a kind of crepe de Chine), are garniture it dainty headgear these blue fosell.ha..tailed. Engollsl1lonlt,'I oqse mornln costa of ..

General (Garaahlnll1" agents merely the tItled from the lines ot 11 popular the favorite materials, although latin, The very IIlrbte pink tlind blue Little onea have been augbt and taken light brown colOt". 'a''hlte'' waistcoat' :

Ihru"ell", ; their shoulders deprecatingly, pIny. _ _ _ _ Dowered silks, lace and fancy nets of batiste 1. III favor for underclothlnc. Into capins where they: ate food 'Areedotly and u. r l"Ui trnt'01: robia' el'l' _

Perhaps IncrcdulonIlJ JJ.g.cosa CurloaitT. all kinds, and chiffon are also to be included In beltdom the latest cry i. a wide enough; but they would snap'and To m".urprl18h. was nptat! aZI..f.., _

In 1\ mOllth tire trial took place. Va.dovitch An IrIsh Judge once ball a cue In among the popular well'el. girdle of rich mandarin yellow leather.. snarl at every attempt to pit them.' At fecte4 _n his UlDnel'., Clothes were his

wall not called to give evidence, which the accused man understood on- Black dinner gowns are always most Sets of fine gold buttons look es- tho fIrst chan theywould, escape to hobby, tl1l1t" ell.Uetalked of t..b'': t _ _
but took bllerul, and are never quite out of the secluded burrows Ioneas enthuslutlcall.s': a. man fa.
his t pimee among the IIceu.ed. ly Irlah. An Interpreter was accord.Ingly pedally well on 1he sheer white.blouses. of, their mates ; ,
At length the whole twent.two wereudge4 8worn. The prisoner said something fashion, although \I1ls season, Uke.lnat under the spruce: ,tree.. When the full mUia"withracLng', tllik.4lt;

gUilty. :Twelve were sentenced\ to the Interpreter. Winter, the light colors are considered< grown fox 1. in tho"trap, ,11e' Is, In. bors" ne1.Jew.\all\ abouttbestylesin

to Siberia, but not to tile mines,. owing "\Vhltt does be say?" demanded liiilordship. .marte8t. Plain black gowns are, how- 111. ribbons melon shades resem- Ipected, and,' It f03n4. to, be.ta trim ,London and Par1i,' 'JI. 1Ddertood ,_ _

to the clemency( of the Czar. It 'ns ever, rather In the clground.-Hllr.: bUng the'1nterlcr of a muskmelon, are fur, he I. taken out with specially precisely: whftC'wu:' wanted for( tie

with n. tbrlll akin to hon1' that"ltt'h "1"'othlng, my lord" iyas the reply. per' Bozar much favored. contrived! woodln tongs. and' killed In 1I0"'tSho1j I A JI 1 lhDe away'J said _

hArd himself sentenced to death, 1I0fi' dare you say that when we all Among the latest lmnportttilons are the most expeditious wa,.. The carcass! to the bead of h. department:" .:" _

along with the other nIne nien though beard bl7 Come, sir, what was It?" ne.lI..b c..t. piece goods In Inch wide strpea: alter. la then destroyed tll' burled, for, whllt. 'Thatyoung man leem.'to' ,be.. 'well. .
A woman hates t9 see a lJaQ act nately: ot velvet and lIaUD.Dll'ectolre 'a bls ba lle... : ); :' '
ConScious that It only formed part ot lord saId the Interpretef, begInning ever other meanness Is chaPgeable to up ) : :. ,
"My ( ,
the lU'iangement that be himself bad to tremble, "It had nothing to foolishly unless It Is over bel' blouses bate cascaded Jabots the fox' be can! pot b. called a cannibsl. ".ne'. a" u-onaerwas': 'the' .repX3'. -

.uggelted to General Garaehlllin."Sentence It 15 next to Impodble for a nr.ldell of pleated muslin and lace tied at It isaiso claimed that be will 'When he tsn't' waiting.on;cdstowers 4'
the case
to SIberia would have do"If with don' answer, I'U commit to be very thankful III lalltelr'lI: bat.A the throat with a velvet bow. not eat the Sle.b'Of birds ot pre,.. JII he la racllDg 'fashion mac.alue.aDcI ,
you woman has to lose 1000 handkerchiefs
served thourpee equally well" he sir!" roared the Judge.. "Kow, Small tatreta leaves, appl1que 1D car., his naU..tat he apparently' delights looking at taUou' ''p1ateeLaituum- _
muttered to himself, and turning to you what did he say?' a lifetime. lands-,, form the onlT !rlmmlnc'' aa. most to eat birds and birds' eges. ScIentJat. me-I'. he had .. khaki ,suit brought'

look at hia Companions\ 11. tound Jllm- "WIll, my.lord 70u:11: excuse m&, bat: hilt The lady who, to wears slobber a bird on her Imported blouse of dyed Chantiliy lace. have observed that .he eats from' England b1; CIne ofonr' buyer.-
over man'scruelty ''
self WOllderlnc It his owfl face TU a. he said, ''Who' that old woman with to moral insertion, especially of a large quantities. of, Insecti especially that Cot .hade'aDd texture e u14 nOt' , '
deadly paler.. each of t4leirs. curialn round her sitting clay pigeons 4 I I&II beetles; and the old fable ot the fox be duplicated IIf New"York... r l1ldq't' ' ,
tied .
red straggling p&ttern to chiffon
the applied
,To .be '. -. There lan't enough trilling on facts the afford does i
) shot at.the glaeis] ot We tor- thereT I. .. lad grape I. legendary evidence td. re. as he It t'wanted. :t' .
aa.edae .pec1all7'In
up Joe woen III a love ,trail'. - very prett7" ,
trees of what to.-Ne'work ? : .t
at sunrise tomorrow morning, : 'Y'e'rJ'vlneYAt'dllt': rknowi- reis. ..
At.whlcb! tl\e\ Court roared o, ,.. ',_ When a I man squeezes 1\ girl's hand almy black upon a white aTOund. ; ,,
JI.ktopt that fox I 1
/ repeating to himself thou&ha.l'UrlnS "Ul eat fruidF .
, the .
what clld u\ed '
"A'I11 10tl' say:
under the table l'e shoulll careful The felt ptoduoec1 for the coming '
T& food, J; .W lpS 1;. Cestf ;
hlmaelC that the word could 10oklua"Utttq: IIDOCImforta.ble. farm . 'a .- ,
a"In, reCerpnce .hiZflr tor'the Cur Judge I laid '7hatse'ould beiy thar. I. not some other girVs.The season are of the smooth abet French ft' forhi1 ,que,r", I1T. stock t tonsist.wholly. :: ft, 'opelllnc' a :hew pier at Menat ,, .
meanest thing a relative can (10 lInlsh. The bee vel' or fur I. elsa POPl1- ,
nitiat keep faith even ivth traitors, ot' oln' : ".LOndoIitBitL; : of flab; ;Every summet- the Bridge a 'Welsh "waterin-plae.. ls4,
&: to bang: 71U tel ft 'rman teto die sad her In ]Jar and scratch daub will be .
: put t\1e\
: streama of Alaska said
.WOuld .bi.tounl dardrn to .erTJt,.IWn.1u 'k'1 $boued-'jth' sal.mou. LJo7d.Geor.. ,that o theO,000 f
,tutu,,:-... - .f. \ :. ._.... ,...-ps5.. ;if ; mourning right after .hr: baa bought largely ,worn. .. :Tbe JJump-back ''Imd the) dog.silnion i the 'p1e.'Jla4 gost $12,500 biti'one'ji,' ,

'an2 the' theri catmiy.: -*ccpt" Sprnkl( some plottIng; ,paper with a lot.o. ( new . traveling dress ej, trowD mohair are..J,10n.ld, recl'l.t. :class .l itt' xpen.e.. Before 10eal aq\bPr"". .

e4 their fated anet .rter'a bnrri4t far.. perfume, and' hen dry place the notepaper many wives remember that was made with cO""Iewhat wJdet straps. ,tot" packing 0,1' canning,, bUt they are it:. could ,SO .tG Parllameat1awter.; : ._ _

.. jWeItto their more fortunate tfllowa" between the lean. Tb.. blot. word.of: love and encouragement wIUbe with shoulder caps., ,rile waist was aught by thousands tor: fox food. The had t'be, enjfaced.nd."; h.-adfd..i ,).

-' ;'tW5tCIOfldQct4: ,tetheir .cell.\tor the tlnl' paper ahould e kept shut UP.'or of great cheer to the bardworkingDroTLder natural pongee, .witl'- collar'cud euat : enti'sils are removed and the flab are "then heaven ,..belp- the', local 'a1l1ho&1J' .,"" i,
) lsttim -' wW eyporats for t.ha f&mlhj brown cross-sUtcbeinbrold.ry ',. ; up for a couple: U e,.:," .. ... ; J '
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,f ", happy because bo Is COD1ror' able. Ills feet are better flttc(] and his ]OckbtJok Is better ,.

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To all whom It concern: '
V ,Aal1b"nal1., /luor.u. Treaties to may CI

-11,:, .> : tbglioodQtaslitleeott3hembery lals s Cough Remedy partnership Notice Jack Is heretofore hereby Hancock J given: existing and that Arnold. the between E MAY ARD LUMBER CO. THE THROUGH CAR 1INE FROM FLORIDOONNEt7TION

Ashburuhamtt Ont., Apr-1118, .1003.-
Armistead under the firm name of J.
only that I should W ----- ----; -- ji
It Is rlRht
1 I.t.hipk: L. Hancock h been dissolved .
hell you wb..t wonderful effect CharoJ' by mutual consent. Arnold Armlstead. ,
? t berlaln'e Cough Hemedl has pro- .will continue thq business and Saw and To - - Over" ;: its -to' -
.: duced. The day before ]raster I was all lIabllltle and will collect Planing Mills .: Est! own Rails Savannah. Char ev
,, 80 distressed with, a cold and cough all accounts due said firm : the II Richmond and 1'f'( 8hlniton. hence Via. P.
:: t that J did not thl"k: to be able In take A. C. ARMISTEAD I' ALL RAIL sylvania Railway.To .,
Now in >ratlon. C Ho" Bills )'urnIRhed.
;. voice >t 01111)11"14' I a -
duties the nut day a. my
any JACK H NCOCK. Yellow and Ol'Itch Pine TimWr and Ltnnbtr\ of all Kinds Via Montg-ery-;
i, -wag almost choked by the cough; The This, December 19Lh, 11104. I' -"W es ( ) Louisville sit Nash

game day I received an order Bemedv.J from. ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. the I and "Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atla ta. t
: :you for a bottle of Cough Capt. Hall Goes a F'lehlt1l1.
1' at once procured a sample bottle To Via 8avanhah At Ocean' Steamship Company".
. t and took about three dOles of the Capt. U. F. hail, Jr", of the Sterner MAYNARD LUMBER CO. the tl New York, PJllladelpIa! and lioston via No
.1 medicine. To my great relief the Naon'lo 3rd, has joined with the Fort Steamer to New York, \Va.hln< F &t' fI cough/ and cold had -completely d s- Myerll Fish Co.; In the busl\less\ of 21:31:3: ; : !a :t1a I via Savannah and M"N'han and Miners Trans
P l appeared and I was able tG preach shipping lake .fish to mu.rk4't The ,, ,, I Via Steamship I tallon Co.. for Halt hnm'e and Philadelllhia.I e''
I know steamer Naoma 3rd Is being fitted up -- - -- ---- - -
i'1' three tlmeB OD Easter D8Y.
that this rapid and etTectlve cure was with a large refrigerator and will Key, West andl/ Via: Peninsular i & Occidental; l Steamship :I
i Cough Rem dy. I make: make two trips weekly between fort I .
due to ft f I1 Company.
; r' h Y thie testlmonl..l your without su1icltatlln.'f' ,Myers and Lake OkpE'cbobee, A Puree .. : = L : __ ;'_. .' __ _.:___., ___ .. <
being thankflll t.o have found such 8God.8eD' 'If hands have tone from here to the Rellle Of the ertehrsted. ..III'. s. \.k A .'1..1. <1. "I."d.l. Florida and "'
t x i remedy. lakes to en/Calre/ In catching/ fish for Umltl"d, C'IIt'aKo, Florida LIII.It.t. and 171x1, El 11.. "

,(, r ( Hespootflllly. A. L-'NGJl'ELVT.yours.E. M. A.. this high/ 'price company.In ,iWestern Lake marlcels fish bring, and a I State Bank Kissimmee Quickest Schedules, Superior Service

the venture should a proAta-
I Rector of St Luke'8 Church. prove .
I I Yor II1orm.llon ..10 rolea, .. hednlrs. :
; This remedy is for gale by all drug- ble one for all ooncerned. "1.'rou..l1lbe Purple Fold.r, or eonuPuDIca&e'
' The steamer Naoma 3rd bas good T C. WHITS vlololl( ( P..r. Atcnt rain", rIa, y' .
e-Iats.. accommodations for sportsmen and Ii. M. EMERSON. Tr.Mc W. J. CKAJU. Ocueral i'saa. igey Agw"
WUmlull'tOtt. N. ,
Aa Amblltlloll. Locatloa.B. tourists, and for that matter our borne 1:'
OR'erslo Customers Ever
, --- was Iltttpl by her side at dinner people will find the trip to the /great Facility I'
proudlY oooeratu1a.UIII: : himself ellt lake 10 the United States well I Consistent with Sound Jlanagcment.
yt being where h. could look down worth taking besides affording plen- ..
"""M1tiN1N11<1MKN: ''''1''N'''N1'' NN 1w % St'N1C.
upon the beau,tfuL neck aDd arms.u ty of sport 10 the way of black ban -

", '.L am being tortured," she said, asstle illshlnJ{.-Fon M'el'lI Press, Personal Attention to. All }fewness lItruljtet1 to Us. .
A CAlt80lil,
\ moved unelul1y. 11 have been. Presld..t. N. C. BRYAN, eecntavyrr ,
. t i vaccinated, aDd U ta ,juat,. "akl DIl.' I .
a a .'Why,If b. said uDjla.rdedly, aa he Notice of Annual l\Ieeting. THE
} A handsome CASHII"'.
east mother glance at that
Notice I is hereby given that th.Annual Meeting _
! .t neck and those lovely arms. "wh4're of the Storkbuldera of lee LeePareousCllUia
w r were you Taccloaled?" "10 Boston,Itebe compau11 be held at the Oftlee, of Waters & Carson Grocer Co.
Clty riorlda
aetd "o on
1.lUed; mile drove away t.he.vld.DoeB the Second"IJ.fu.f.I.'l: Jaouary ltxn at to
of pale, o'clnsk. 10., for the purpose oj tra..actlng
P Cared Paral.le.W. regular. bualue.,STANLEY N. BULLOCK. I Wllol..I. and Retail D..lerra I.

I B. flatly, P.O., True; 'Texas4 Secretary. I N..
M n' writes: UMy wife bad beep suffering I GROCERIESO'lJlfTY:
? the :years with paralysis her arm, Notice of Final Settlement and I DRUGS .F. G. TilOMASOIf. M. D., J. Z. BOBEit80N.Prescdptioa .
:' ' "when I was persuaded to use Ballard's Clerk. Buslull "' ....urTUOMASON
.Snow Liniment, which cured her all Application for Discharge. PATENT AND '

"Igbt; '1 have "also used It for old Tn. .u whom 1&mar concern: PROPRIETARYMEDICINES ( AGENTS POR '. 1II ;
;, 'aores, frostbites and skiD eruptions.x Notice's hereby given bat. Ibe underelqned & ROBERSONDRUGGISTS'
does the worlc." 25o 600. 1.00 \ erdiaa of the ftt..U of Ire ties M1soriwtli '
J' ,
On 8..rd.. Lhe FI..L Day. of July, A. D. A 'y CRATESGRAM'
;d .Sold,by Thomaaon &'RoIersom. 1lO! t the Count ludge'. Court, 10 and for STATIONERY ,,:icy,;t 4 ,;:/ .y', I Celebrated Pertilizcrs :
o.eeo, County. Flort", 00 the Probate side of ' "" "
... The many friends of Mr.' Phil Leo- saki court msks my report. and .ettle- TOILET f" 'E T C. ',
aardy OD Indian river will learn with meet, u domrdt.n of said setae. Gl1a\'r..u.\ to ARTICLES CII' .I.... .-
{ deeD regret pf his continued Ulnen.Ue ..Id court(or 10'dl..b.... ss .lei and Pic.
: la lodipolled with heart trouble at t hb Deoamber 2vtb,1IMM.JOAN M LEE. CIGARS".4 o. AOptioali06. t ii
f his home In 0.111, but his family axpecstoremovehim a.G..rdl.u. of the Estate of Ira I,,,. TOBACCO Pure Drugs flGGUrat61u Gom- . ,
P. A. VAil. Aevew. b
', to''S.. Augustine( :
' where be caD bo close to the very best Attorney for Guerdisa.Notic Erc.Prescriptloes. poLJ ded. HIDES
y ,r lnMlesl treatment to the SLate. BIB of Annual FURS. WOOl;,]
Meeting. -- --- -- --- - -- .
ct SOD from St., Augustine, aDd bill '
: Fillet Ifllllt or
t daughter, MrB. Charles Coo1>f'r. of Nott'e Ia hereby,1.eD that the regular. anual Wit RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT j :
Jack.onvllle.whohave beenwlthhlm, meeting of Ih" Stockhotders of the Llgbl.e1. Dar by a. Expert .a4 Careful A SHARE OF YOUR> PATRONAGE Country Produce e. spe'c1&1'tv'
h. . Lewis sit Ca.utben C-"Ie Company. will $ .
returned home t.e nrst of the week.- .
.be h Id .t the office nf sid Company 10 1I.Immee Pharmacist.New : AND WILL ENDEAVOR .J,

t \ Tlt'tnUle Holiday Rates star. Via the Atlantic .In January. City, 1906., 11'I0.1.10..1 2,I'Clock no the l'.ecOIl 10., for Tuesday the puree ---- ------------ TO MERIT THE SAM!! BY of"'''''''' '''''''''''''' '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
of..Ieetln .. ....rd lJl.wra Drug Store. Next to51asror t
c + COllet LI ae. ., ofr
'\ year. .d to" change6fe
On account of tbe Chrlatlllall 13oli- corporation to that. of ""'b. Lhl'hl.ea.P.raon '.. ESTS IN ALL OUR DEALINGS. ..1eeeetletst
I ." and to amend thesrtlrlesCfiucorporetionofsaid
aid days, the AtlantieCoast Line will sell Cattle Compan corporation due notIce "' .+44e444ia4aa4a.*. wwrteaaSUNNY
tickets Dec. 23. 24. 25 and 31, 1004.a.nd 0' said proposed amendment narlng been
mGKt.r Jan. I. 1005, with final limit .Jan. mailed In ""cordan.-e. with. law to tb. eto..k- =- SOII H LIVERY COMPANY E
holden of Com 'any.t
y' qj 4, 1905, from points on Its line to all C. WILSON. lleerelary.
points east of the Mississippi and Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's

south of the Ohio and Potomac rivers Notice of Annual Meeting. r.,
at rate of one sod one-thirdfiJst class
standard oDe "way faro for the round The Ann".1 mpllnlf of the stockholders. 0' i Livery Sale .
r,+' trio, minimum rate 50 cents. The. Ullll.ed lAud Companyof 'I' will beheld tl

: .. To teachdn sad students of schools ..t Florida th"odlueof, at 11 a.the 10 ,00 Company Tne,'In.,',KIa.lm.m"o. January -
's ", ''Ud colleges, upon presentation and loth 11If.... the election of directors and
etG .ur-rendel' of certtllcal.ell signed bv suehother b".ID. as m.' onmS before themerit. Feedg D Stable
C. W. WARD. Secretary.Klssiuimeer
.i r Superintendents. Principals 01" Pres Florida, o.oc. :l6Lh, Tasteless Chill Tonic
( tents tickets will be sold December --- i
k 11 to 24, 1004 lnelllslve, with Anal limr :
Yd It .1 an, 8, 1005, to same territory and E. L. LESLEY PROPRIETOR a
at um rates a. above. For further No-Cure-No-Pay. so centl. ?
or s. ai luformat.lon see Agents or communl'otte American Typewriters. i AGENTS STftNDARD OIL GOMPMNY.L .
+? '\ with TC White D. P. A., Tam-

,; .(' a.'fla, Broadway, Opposite Postotiice.Kissimmee .
{ t .: On$ 'of Iw. _v .. .v..r..11 charges tx'i
r ,, '. artiest -.ru4" Swayge:! I. that he LEWIS M. WHIDDEN. PRO. : : : F10 lda.. {r
charaoed the government no a day for i ::
.. expenses; whereas his expenses were I _
much Jea.than the amount. He Is to'betrtedby Phone :102. .A..11 :
'' members of Congress many I LIVERY FEED ANDSALE : Klnde :F3aulirig. //it{

: ,ofwhom meet mileage ID\'arlbly a the charge rate of the 10 govern-cent a t.................................... ...,........- o i

t fv mile, DOIwllhst&DdloA' the fact that I STABLE 0 'I
d, they travel between their homes and I noseArjullea4ac
,Washington 00'free pa..el. There
.ecm about the fact that many of I '
the leJ1ators ride 00 free passes, yet I
+ 1f there II one of them who, bas d&.dlned RUBBER TIRED
rt' to accept mileage the fact has I R\IGS"\
..seabed public atteDtloD.-Wes'. Palm GOOD HORSES Are sure lndloatlona of some form of
Beach New.. trouble, biliousness or a bad aver. Malaria
.Coltlll1 aK Spell Caused Doetl1. Don't'pay $100 for atype- tt next overtake you. Don t risk It, and above all,
I writer when you'can i'"t the don'ttakso
I Jtrnalorqs are
; {. +'Harry'Duekwell alt 1J. 2-5 :years, r
el> ked to d..t.bearfyelterday mOt"o'JolI' Ameriean for $60. CAREFUL DRIVERS. ,
'4 a' bit ,' the presence of his HERBINE
wife .nd.obild.lUe contracted a alight Chis. A. lyes. Ad. PRICES RIGHT. ;

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