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: May 12, 1905
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: VID00176
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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Eh".::... "aH 's.taIlU.... It4., ..iqiolldliit.d NOY..b" '6.. ,..,. Kt..I-IU i ,cb P1.U. . MAY 12th' ,t905., V01 VIII' 'W. ,. 20. '
O..ole aZift..t{.tabl_'.",.4 r...., I Q.oIaHg.I. by ....c..... .... 300 '903,. J' ... , ... ., ,_. : ., :

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: GRAND JURY to same ee..pooI be opened e110lced up at and ouce.-reoIJmuiend' Tho C fljfgV 0j' .. . 1 1V Gov"erumeti! .. rnnt! 1tnJ1nnnnnn1tnnttnf.nt11t'nntn1nn1tn"1t"'ttt! ,, V ,{'

,Q. I V We also find clollltoin "ard not very the oodine1t: Begin ..Work.Mr. 'il/: ,/ .

neatly. kept and.recommend ill be looked V '

afLer. . V . W:1: 'u. Caidwell, 'Asiatant 'IYIJLLtNE V ;

'PRESENTMENTS We also 111ad the books of various Program: .. of' the UllyelllllQ; of 'tlte. Chief of the United States Engineers. 'I. : :'I

countJ' offloe .1 far .a we Can t.ell ... 1 came up from Tampa and spent d'ajor ,
I I' In conformity( with the reports handed Moeumvla.t to tho Late. Dr. i two the earlypart of the weelt_ f '_
too from them. C.. S. AOJ\EE.' V herrto In E PO.r anything IflVtJiC .
SIS .I. A.. P rdcw. : was get things shape to.r .
And Frau Proceedings 01 the Chairman. some operations dredlflolt, otherwise "w,

--f\o Whoopl1l1r'- C.ossgh."In The loc.1. Camp) of Woodmen 'ot the' tmp'rovlnar the waterw.J' ..tromgissimnneeto E V V :iV- Millinery line. call 3 :. :

Court lieU This Week World tht at theVron Tuesday Lake O\e8'hobee.\ .. .
( the spring of 1901 my children' evening and formulated: a program of . Captain 3. P Sharp will again be '
had whooping/ cough" says. Mr8. D, exercl8e. for ibm. unveUiDM..of the ill charge of work, and beMan yesLerday and get .prlces at 'the V <

W. Capps of C PPI. Ala. "I used monument' erected tIJ the late Soverelgu .; with a crew. of hands overhaul- _

EVEPAL INDICTMEN rs Chambtwfaln' Cough Remedy with ) Dr. J. A,. Pe..dcW' The un.eUlnIC\\ Inll' the dredge and preparingto start Kissimmee. Pt! IIIINcry StOre i$ '
the Dlostsat.II'acwry. rf'.ul. 1 think will be ullder the auspices of HUls- opera .lonli. .- : :;

this I. tile hsLremedy I here ever seen borough Camp No. 31?, assisted br An appropriation of8even thousand \

Oraall, for whooping coutfh.II This remedy local. OMceoia Camp No. 'W.Tue "" \ dollars II now available for this work, E We a1socaty'a .nice .'- ==
JuryAFew V ,
ot..raod by keeps the cough louse>> lessens the special train from Tampa bringing ;- and It 111 the Intention of jZ'Dve..n- V V V \

Civil Ce Dtspo..d 8fa severity and frequency 'of the coughmt the, members or Ul11lbot'ouJ"h"" merIt to make channel from here LuOkeechobee 5 tine of Ribbons. ::3 ",, "j }'

Thl. Ter.... speIs and counj.eracts, any tendency Camp will arrive 'in KlsI'lmmee at 11' that will be lIixby feet wide =:: .,,3 !'" ., .
toward pneuDonl., For sale by a.m.. and will proceed to Maple and three fee deep at low water. M... )' J
All () ..... MRS. L. W PILLEYV PROP, / :::: 'J
'.URgl. . Grove where a pl\nlo dinner will be Caldwell thinks the pIna very feasible == : J \

The Sllrlujt Tel'm of the Ctrcuft -- spread the Ta.mna nL1ngent bring; oneVaodt.bat. the work\ will be complf.'ted : .

Court for OIiCt'ola count.y conveued aL More ftbldM( Inll their dinners With them. before the original approprla- IL11ULULU1LliLLLULULUhL1UhL1UtLLLi11LLUULUli1LLtV1t IlIlI

the rouT'L lIouNe Un Monday mUI'nlnK1I.t. ugge's' Permit At, 1:45 p. tim., a line or march will Lion of .twt'nty-four thousand la ex- !! :'- !

11 o'clock. Judge Minor S 3Dfl44fl 00 formed, Incl ding the visiting and hausted. lie was very much pleased! _
the belwh; W. L. I'wkmr. adlnai1.aU's"Atturnt'y. From the JackRollvllle Metropollll: 1 local \Voodmt"n, and they. will proceed with the work dent by Captain Sharp V V

E. J.. Leiley. CI"rlc:; Klssiuinre. ''I.... 1IIay5, -It. MuaJZ'e'uf to Bosehlll where the mODU- and crew two years ago, and says OO :
J. M. Welker HherleY. Tampa, has secured a license t.o went will 00 unveiled with the customary more work was done for the amouo4 V : t

Judge/ J. 1>. I3egq" Hta tAls Attornf'V.'was sell lIquor In KINllhnmee In the face impressive ceremonY of thafrAt.erial \ of money expended than had ever been I S; ,.8' tjo. ,
ul1lt.'ohlably abenL on lWCuuut of'a vIg.rnns Prost' msde I bv the o..der. done on any similar work In charge THE" ,.-,' : ...'
gtckntHs Woman'sChrllOtlanTemperance Union The 10081'choirs from the different of the United States governm"nt. '

of. It appearing to the Court. that no In the shape ol''a petition signed by a churches have khldly consented tu Captain Sharp expects LO be, ready. :..

petit 01' grand ju..r bad been drawn large number or the wives and motbers render appropriate 1'ooal ..alctIoosduring to begin work OD the channel In about )(

I 0. Mumtnorud In the manner pr.i1ded of Kissimnmnee. and which wall preN"'ntI the unvelllnir cet-emonles. a week. HIli first work. wlll be .1 OSCEOLA Ij.y "

by law tbt< "r'iuIar ymlre was qllallhI'd to the hoard of County Commll'lollen After the exercises at the centiter the ' end of Houthport canal, I" I .. ," i >1

and a apeclal venire ordered by bj: ltev Mr. MooD, pestor of t 0 cro-"d" wlll return to Maple' Orov4!; where bulkhe..d eight hundred ft'lt'l. '", .. ." ,, .
the courL.Iibn I the Mct.hdIsi Episcopal'= Cburch assIkesman. where the oodlilan brass band of I long wlll be built to prevent the land .. 1

I-ihl'l.IIY: then lunlluoned aspeaL V ranpa, .. will give a.. sacred oonce..t. from washingfrom the lake Into the ; ;
vtqtI'e aa fulluwalOltANI With M. Moon, besides a large Time train will leave for Tampa at cau..1. Afler this la completed a Z PHARMACY t

) ..Jlllums.c.. .1. ....:ooal I. dl.I/'at.lon! of the Wom..n"1S Christian 4 p. m. shoal I pIece In Lake Hatcbeneba will ,

\V. II. Sullivan A. C. Jj..1i8. C. n. L.haudler. T"IDIf'rlln'e Union' ladies. were the The excursion Is being advertisedin hto dredged out. and the Kissimmnee .. .

(.' I D. C. Loi', J. M. Sharp W. pa..LOrs. of the other churches and the Tampa papers, .nd besides the canal put tn !good tihape. i ,4'

I.. Mo4ky. C. H. Acre, 11. S. l'odd 11ev. Mr. Harding uf .k"land. Woodmen, of which there I. a very This will prbsbly take. all the mon- HANDLES I ,-

..1. S. ....Walkcr H. U. S(4)y( II. M. Tampa'II saloon magnate! 'llA1I represented strong orllall'zatlun In Tampa ani] ey now available and work will t.hen .
I'fann. hy W. J'II, su1hrint.end- their families, It, 18 expected a larQ'8nUllloor be suspended again until the balance THE ':-

.i I"J<:TIT JUItOlt. .-O. S. Hart. \V. W. tout ofpublic Inliu'uct1ulI of Ollceola of others will take advantage of the approprlatlan ( nine thousand L"" t3ST. ..

J'<'I..rk. E. I. 4). Oversti.wt. WaIttrflass county, wh'' seemed, to think Mr. Mugge of the low rll.\.fOlt\ for a day's outlnle. dollars. ) 18 made a.v.l1able.. .; .S. .. ,...,.. !',1V
desirable citizen.In We are reqta..Led by the local camp ,<
HI' It. I). Guke I /mljCaD a -- ,, ,
11. J. Han.eock th I'reseumce ,flf i I large number of to extend a cordial Invitation to all Aa Open Letter. V
A. J.l-ulll\"l.n.
..Sefl.'r'i. I.A'wls. Johnson. Joe Nlmlts.O: friends. of hoth sldeli I h" COIlIt"lSt, was the pAUllle of KIslllmmeA LO turn out Eltcm."be: fapin. 9. C. New.: ", THE LEADING DRUG ST.OFlEn: ,,: f'..

.. G.P hotly wlijf'd. Mr. Niugge broke out and help them welcolD& the visitors, a, and
UaIK VU.. 11tarn. Atrou Iaa Early In tl JPWIC wife I were
Stcff'... II. H. OverKtI'f'4't, J. I.. Into a speech t.o call on of the minis- well a8 to witness the ceremonies.omganizattinsof taken with iBI..hoea my and 110 severe S oo $: \!dNOTiCE' -
terN a IIllrrl"lllt the h"nornhh' hoard The other fra.'eru..J
S. Gill
l"wrl I o, A. *I't. were the paln..t.hat we called a phYIIcl..11 "
did I mini \.t'n 1111 I hi.n.,1f, I the town are I"s1>et'lally Invited t.o ..p
Jo 011.r) t "H.d KPIIila.tlo'n )
1 1'1'0f. IIIIU' who preliCfoIbed for U8. buL hill . _
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adml..i..n to the bar. H.. Nim lII"rt' unwelcouie citizen ever enterei be II.ent. r
for rnedldnes failed to give any relief.A .
Ki..lmnu"'l". nd it III believed the terms and in the meaner set forth In Uisaid
.. alDirwd in 'Hurl by Att.or.neys
w. 01'11 ( frlelld who w bottle or Chamber- Oidinensts V A'
W. J. Bryan and J. W. Oliver.1)aNeCd that no Board of County ('ummlllslun- Terrific have 'Itb Death. lalo' Co1rCholet'\ and Diarrhoea The following ttllfttwt eleet.urs V are 1I.reb 'wepuolniCi

a ,'I'I'.IIt.hle ezaininatotlAUd 'prll ever mOl' 'iwt'rfllily 1".ICII..d..d, band each of TION. 1o".offlnMvol..t. very Ult a.
,hm- ..ptJltltyrjlfollt.I 01 time law and the 1)eath was fast al'pl'oachl"JI, Remedy on gave . .1. )(. WlI""" .... 14.. ansi 0. ... x. '
duI It RII1IItI.The .
was riml'lIal luI't\ ,.kel' w Ikh"1 ..f tI, s14 who 1\\gut! for Sons and! 'rlttos Ralph Fernandez. of 1"aml'\, dose and we at once felt the eft'ect& -- - Oosncr ci.rk as Lospsatomn:, anttJ.. fl,1.5a4!
\II liS before V
up bottle and
homiis and IIIIh""fj" than did the 1.111., describing his f"'II.I'ful' race with 1 procured' a using iJudsr.rut by vIrtue or ths authority vestsd', .5 V ../
alld th" toihia I nil" ('IU'tc'S dlhol'I'KIHI of: death "as a result of liver trouble the entire conteuts we were entirely In me by the following Ordinance of the Towa 'IN W1TNEHB WBEREOJj I .
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band i
I OKCt"Ula set .
board Mayor sate 'rowi and.
mr 11II'
( 'oumy. .
and of EIastmme.
Virgil GIhac. breaking ell'tRi1nlC had robbed cured. It II "wonde..full'medy and CIty:
-- -- and heart disease which rauaet tlw..te seal fJI ..kL Tuwa
with Inl.4'nt 1.0 commit.. felony From the Jacksonville !Metropolis: IDe of 81eep aDd or all interest 10 life. 8bould be found In every houlehold.H. AN ORDINANOR. he-rsute seized .nd the same ... 1.7.
;.-nolle) "rm.ell.S. C. Edlto.. This remedy it., Clerk this IIi.; lltth day of priY
dlft' doctors _
Kll ..lmmH"" May'I'() the FAiitorof 1 had tried many reD" IMuance b 'lee. V V V :
An Providing toe ,
B. Story. aLt.aehmenl. for Ctm' The Mf't.ropoIlN: Please allow me ILDd'sever..1. med Icine8,,but. got no bene- for salabyAll DrUlrlllsLli. V th.r4Jnsuae. or Kbsdmmee. Olt of bonds inOntelu ( J.w.'ADEfic: >: ..f.I
1wn ,
The af""r hearing -. I '
tempt ofcoutt. court until I Electric liltl.ers. lofa ywof the 1'uw1i ofAttsat 1Ci .t-00I tht7( .'
Ipact" In your valuable paper LO state lIt. began t.u use ; Amounts for the Purpose of PaJ'hlIJth" 1 V , Vj. _. i.j
M., SLO..y's'eJlCUlle and being nisrtgard the facts .bd truth. regarding a ll" So wonderful was their effecr.. 'To ' S CoilS la 011 Day B.lano. Dun on the UemAtttrt Mortgage R. Gn.BERT.m.-.. "'. , ....

.tl"lied thaI. h" did nvt willfully but- from I lulmltiT- under the heeding of"Ktsshnmpe that In three days I felt like\\ a. new Ta.le% Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. stat for Etreet JmproYtIID"nt Purpusu., sad Clerk 01 the Tuwu 01 EbLmiui* Cltr, 1C
the mandluel uf the court, .
from the .allltJ \ Notes which appearedin fIlen. and today I am cured of an"m1'troublt"s. All druggists refund the money ProYlUng 1urtbar for th 8ubmlaodon of .. .. ;,

wali pre'ente,1 of alckoe"lI uheylnll'dlsmla..ed the Th& Metropolis of May [Lth. wbe..lnMr. Guaranteed at Osceols 11 lii fails to cure. E. W. Grove'8 signature Such LtHnano to.n Election ,f th.QuaM" AN ORDINANCE'. .
a.oc.'ount ; '
on It. MUJZ'JI'I!. Tal1lp,, saloon mnagnat. Pharmacy drug store; price Oe. ison each box. 2r.c. to' Voters of said Town.WKMrSISFV '-'
". afe. .; W J. Sears. superintendent of d.wenu4 .bi the A. O..U.Pro\'ldl.. for Iha J'lanb;\ *i '
Joseph Hartx.r. ....ult with Intent .. _,_.. .., ., .... -- -- -- It ta n-1'3'. V
.hl lIft Ift I..n Q. I. .un.v' that be taken to oft the bet. \btTOWfbfViaeiiurnee: \ City ofCift&IaAmaoots "t.f"i": "
' Onunolt steps psy
to mutder, t'ontlnued to "" ez% term. ;;; .;;,:;. ; i. 'n J'C'; ; 'I ;i;; silo or Twol" Hurtt1't\d Dollars. due upon the tog the Purpose oP&'lb a i ,f .
Carl Ual'bt-r. assault with intent to'nurder BASINGER SCHOOL TERM IS NOW CLOSED. a.,,.. Hiti Oemstery-ureha4.mnoney ", faDd'
continued to nest tt"rm. and the Woman's Christian Temperance sad to improve the Inbht stre.te of ;:Tows: the Selanue V boe-. the C.mewry'Nosige.\I
Union seem to Illav the must by paving grading and oth..n-. working the for StreSS 1I..I'O..n' Pul'poaeII. pad Jt, .;'....:
J. F. O'Iierry lal"06uy or aD-aD1m.I, "rtninent la..t8. In the .Il..t pl'sce, ...m..: r_ Idlll' rurtber for its 8ubml..loI1.; J
fall! .. ...bondth. / &
will be
term. Wiser"
contlnul'd to Aoad, : n1'3' '
Mr. MUICIl" had bought: from the undersigned the tea.eJifO. .. Suo.. Zasissutte t.s. 1C1tlOllo. 10 lb. QuaUAeti i
submitted the wIth
The followlnll civil cases were di.psed .- We are requested to publish the following report by Town in 01'11. toprovld tun4 V 1""
( It. T. 13u1.ler). a saloon which ta eziiuti' thwe pn,2iamw t Volers of Bald To.a. .."
of: bu.iness. which wall and baa been inoperation of the Ba..lnger school to the Board of Public instruction aL their And Wheross: The existing lrf'Deral bonding Whereas ii la deemed necessary by oJie Coall.U ". _V _ _
..1. F.O'Uerry VI. I. M. Lanl/lr! ac- ton tbepallt.tlveor six ,,,ar.. meeting t. Monday: Uml or the Town bewed .pon the butt .. thai step ba takes M..., oil'this be sacs of", tf V
lion at law for dBIDair8., CUDtlaned by meut rollof 11404 evallablo for these plU'pfNTHERElI'ORB 7..,'". Huailred dollart do. upon 'h. IIoee .L
and immodis.jelymade application forft STATE OF FLOIUDA, t ii, the sum of$t5t5&56: Huh 1;.._., po..b.. money 18Mt1r..... cad. ,,
conHDt.. Carolina PDrtlaml Cement Cl., permit t.o sell wines, lIquorlr beer. COUNTY OF (PSCEOLA.'i.e r :, BB: IT ORDAINED :BY TUB it 0 Isapra. ,. 'b. public 'Nelll 01 the Town by

v.The. 1'. \V' Ellis a.lmmpilit. d.mair8' .to., which petition came before the. Ut. Hon. Board of Trusteessad PatroDB otBad9er Gred.IV 8nh9Ql' No. 25. ID and for. Bald ()()UNC'IL OP TUB: TOWN. OF K1IL15IMMEOITTIV / .psvIug.grt.diug...; &ad.GUlfl''''''' .NurktulIha-" ;[/ V
board t.o grant, or or reject on 1'ue. V .
br the / OOUfltl V 1 And Whereas U will beIeee...." to bondite' .' V
Verdict pl.lnUfor day, May 2nd. the of said scbo1 V herewith transmit a. report of the written VSmtion .. Tows in order 10 provld. ..rllueJl ,,1", _blela '
We teaciers
'166. Wom.n'sCbrlsllanTemper.nceUnloo 1. ThAt ..nd..r..Dd bT virtue of' t1o. w.,....''ute the.e pnrpo.s.i , .% .'
J. L. SlIv6Tat.een vs..Saute Pulley The the In full ua.mlnal.lonll held on the '26tb.. and 27t.b. dais ,01 April, A.. D.. 100.' In ac- power vested In th Town !by theV Revised ADd Whemas. 'b. ahmg gen sel bo/ldlnr. .
appeared 00 scene of the Rte of FloritM. the Town ..
Stetutce _
limit or the Town buet1 the \tuft. .
allllUU pelt demaa-ell f5OO. dilmlllllfd! at with the laws ot said State. In which the students were examined for tb. amount and :. coca
force with their petitions, some newsp rdance shall bone its bondtt purp.os ...., NIl of 1IOt. forthisas. purpose. ". \ '

plalntllf's II Makln80n cust. v. J. N. Calhoun pt'r8.. a certitcatefrom ,be court at In the grades and branches named 10 the table hereunto attached wbereln of Twoiv and,.'U'J't:::: : In follows two bonds.: The to sum be this sum ..t f15.1M11 11II1 'Tb.nfDre V ;r'V:. "

W CVlltlllut'd bvcOIIlent. rlt.l11fIa regarding Mr. MUICjZ'e, whkh the. percentage made bv each student ID the. several studies pursued La shown: styled "o..m"t..rT MQJ"tpR" ondK," of the.. BE IT OROA."lio' flECOL'citoV: .. ... .
..IIUOlp it. damages 8HOO. were not sufficient ICrouodll to deny Mr.MUIllle'8 .. d..nomlnatlon of MIx 1 Hundred DolIsre ....h. 'THE TOWN OF.1C18SUUIBK CJTY .1.10. V8.ction ..f.I .
, I drawing. lnterwtt. lmyable annually the rate If '
Harry L. fiyland VI, A. C. L. Ry Bellldt,,the*rmlt.three. afYIdavlt.It attached S. i.5.. .2. I I I I ENAMK'40P'PL7'ILS I V of clx. from-.cent datt per, or .tseuane eunnm..maturing slut the IDttt..t In eight I vet.d 1. Thd 10 'b.saider Town 184 bJ'byvlriueofth.nower the KeYI8tIt1., ., j">\" .
IL This 1 t yosru 8t.etuloa flf the 8"- of rlond. the lows chat\ '1;.'
Co. >8" gold
aliBum1 to petition made by three responsible ..t .. .. .. and prlmipal J1f\'nhle In or ttM equivalentat _ _
L..uettaboods torthv amount
c..e was tried and the "Iailltl'' awarded cltlzenl of KI..lmmee. Mr. MUlllle : jl I j Q : 1. !! i & I ] to bt the issued office. or for the the Town Trseeurer oC .palnr..d Bond thewlei. "Dd !upon tim. terms as ,,11"81 Ii.:! ..Ur.-.e..1II.0C. ,:V
verdict of '!i.OO\\!. ..
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a produced ILD alfld"'lt made on that. ] i I ;' ,lue 0- the purchse ut.t sad T..lre. Hundred Dollars In .0 .0. 10 .beLyl.4
bills In C : 8. 'tt..a .
The grand jury foulld tree ? .e ; : Cemetery Mo'tgage 801l..r.tIIeda&-
his the 4nd.Lio
In goodcharacter.
date ( May 2)), regard LO V lH I .o l = '-' I rJ V mortgage' upon .nomln&tto.. 01 ad hundred dollars .sch' draW'.
following further or P'iv... 'l'booMend Dollars
the cases: the Mom
and by
etc. RIlllled
Daniel Hlrlzf'1 -alCiTa\'IlIR: .nauIL. HolonwlMon.aptaln, ): John T. Lesley CHART CI.Al4f II in mont ton Ren4.bonds:"to'of isetylud denominstion' 14W'wt improse or 51'iye alt 11I..llnte.per oeo', Deyabl.'annually.per snoum. ...tnrll.ol.OIIII1"aI. tba rate of'I' V V 5yvars

Charles l're.llter'-I/Jurder In thelirsi and W. H Henderson who are ChArt GI"... VV I J Hundred o1la. ."" .h. d..t..II.lIk..w. of1nt9.reeI front deLi of 1."I1..ce. and the IlIte..C' '5' _ _ _
end DrI..I".1 peysbie h. sir its equivalent V
V .nnuall" luaturin In Ten
payable cud
Van MorKftn
dejree.UI'If1ln-murder In the tInt reoullnlzed.1 among. / the very best AIcuzoOsi..pbf'li VRVtVe VV V V 80 I' Y.ers from ;itate of ........ Interest.... : Iii. olbee of Ut Town ;"'of mi \bond. t
Barney and mo"t honorable citizens, of Tam- ." Purpitflce V V V : princit..ll"y.hh. alNo I\ItD'l\ .. ...quivalontat be Iesued for Vt. 0 paying A
degi-ee.! Carrie Thomas V V . I'FIR8T the oflt,... of th.. Town T...... u..." saId boncbl I balancedue 00 the DUPebSUC. monej nose e114'mo.jlu" '
Thomas Guy-mut.llallnj. ears of paYOllr "Kllltilmmee Notell" writer has I to bt bOund for tilt. purpos..or iinpruvingthepullin upon the toss Hill cenmelaryt! I.And V..
GRADH. .110 the larthersant' 0' PiY. Thousand 'Doflera
the Town
of by paving
beeves. certainly misrepresented the fl"ltll In Z""IUAld..m..n V V V V I IIII.WO, 70Virdu. anti otherwise.trtwtt. working! the seine.M.i.moii : .In'l ,.. tell boll.. ... to ba stud .'Strsas, '".
Thomas, Ouy-hu'oonl of animal. regard! tAt Mr. MUlZ'lCe call1nll a preacher H..burl< V V V I 11m.( \\III let a. That .n .l."ti"n bt held! ''It es.wtrI7' i &nd. of the .llumln.tloD 0' Five llundswtiotlars "
and l"ulI 1:1. P..rKl'r- 100. !JO 101N..U" whelm .tJ.-4ese- each. drawiug 1Ik.. late of Ilitereet. .'
Uyrd I'lat.t : for he called (IIA'r V V I : H date e practtebl.i ,.
li&t immediately
a was I \\III 1l5)EeIy 9f\1 maturing &en 1mmdde
,. t.'hn'll'r .. turn to is. submitted to tie, electors of said psyble suuuatiy y srs
fence CULllnll. down by Mr. A. 1:1. Campbell who Raur..on V V V lul) '7tjw11. having the' naIifinations prescribed by of Issuance and imiereet. sad priqrlp.t'
Byrd Platt. and Louis H. Parkerarson. was acting a8 charrlDa, and Mr. V Section 711 of the ReybaSt Mtnt.ttsn, ,,hahl be the pav&ble. else I In !fOld or'ottfet. ,
8BQOND GRADH. I III. tnsiient'e of .said honcLe. .anthe. Mayor shall or Ih. Iowa Yr..nrel'. said bond 10 be '
Mugge remained quiet. The preherdid ..... Thorn. . V 11M HI! $4104w rnrthwitb .twa,, hi. proclamation for aid Iasue4fv the purpose of lznpmvlng the subtle V .
I Henry Savage, Sampson Sawage DOt. resent it. but Instead left the V V V WIt I IX)I V lit") eIoctItm. streetS of the Town by paving. grsdingasi E. A. stevenson, LOIIIIi H. Parker, room shortly after not ttl return i iagalo. 14.osnths Thomas. V. V V V ile 94 54 "Mention, 8. That said election ,,_rate otherwise Working: IL. same. ttteethon .1.

aDd Byrd PlaLt., and Llenry Savage ....sacoessol.y (*onrCe (Jampbvll . .\ . VflUa 114 11'41 114 vot shall dI I his tekumi on .weh of ,said twinding;: 2 ThaI an election ba,... '..r:'_ _
11'4 date which Ihe
factcuLLingfence. : Rsul.r.on; V \1M issues, to that the form of the ballot early a as practicable I qoes110 ,
before the MI'. W. J. Sears did not represent J.nnl Thorn., V V V .'1 11II 100 54 to hot nand .t ,sstc44tleeIton. eii.hi, besnbatatiaUyastollows .1 to be Submitted to the electors of uchi.
Mr. MUlllle a.'auperlnteno1ent.of. public V I : Town,having th. qu..lIfto..lon. re"rlbe" br .f/: f J.
Ben H. nier and Barney Parker I..w. THIRD GRADH. [ omelet Hallot. Munlol't B..nrltnlf Eh..tlon. Sedl'.11 711 of tb. R..l.e R .tu..... .b,11, b .., "
Instruction, hut as atlo..ney at. Euta Durrstc. .... . .1 lVO 11M its: :: A. D. 11106. Town or Kiesitumee City, the Iusuasci. ol.ald OODdI. end 'h. Ma1or ah.IL', ,
-arson. and he Iii well qualified for buths. occupation. n.rord Dam-ranA.. . . . . ttl! IMV II'loruta.Mak". forthwith issue his prsicimmatloa 19r ...Jl ,; .. "l <{:,. __ ___
,The cll.le uf W. B. Makll1..on, VI. t.h.A. .. I Oro.i.., Mark: IX I bcfflSt. the qUlfotion elec\loo V ,. "\, k I ..ett.leq. out of court. FOURTH GRADE. I I of .hnlo. ti t.'tlon 8. That at .Id .. ',' -A['
C. Ity., was There would be as many or 'more you vote dull be taksii 00 .ach o. .. tsue.
the defendants agreeing to pay the who would welcome Mr. : SmIth V V V V .. v ::: lOt) ) ) I 100 iv) fl. .. and the 0' 1 ,,",
Inter- people here :rrlr; Ro'tmuck .. :: : I its) I Ii$)I C) iSIlHnry , 'It th..t end form subsiUwtIat4irJ.
original amount asked fo-, with Mugge as a citizen a8 there would re- ChenlU" . . . V (J6 K7 lVO Its)' IO) HII'' $2IIndr' Vote fr on. be iscd .I..I..I..Uoo shall be t x
e.t and costS of ..ourt.GRANDJURYIIOOM. joeL him but. be Is not, a citizen of Ald..rm.n. .. . Wi HI< lIt< I ltE 1101< IjI1"1 Fur.0..1' Mont.gege IondN. .. 5s folltjp.."Bullot. Municipal VOfllcia. Bno"lnlt" RleotIcms!: ..} 4. ..'%,
J.tIII" Ha..11I"f I''J ItS 1110 7''$ 76 76 -- -VAgainst----- .
-- - Kissimmee nor does heintend to be- Hfts,4llvf V. HIi 79 1011 711 HIli HI"" 75Rw,1tn O..m."ry MontlflllJ" BondN. A. D Town 01 KI..lmmel flLlo: "'loqits. !:
come (jne. als saloon II not a. Dew NAry Park. V V V V V W III. 71) 116 71)1 0111 71', HtI -- Make a C..,.. Mark (Xl before the qll"oQ.. i4'S, e.t7fO' ,

OMclCOLA CouNrY STArK 01" FLA. business and the seine I. oooduoted WILlie Tho...... '%. V V V .100 e PII tsj KI \ 58YIsrB Vote for On.. Bond.. your .bolce. -. ....11. "J.

. SPRING TERM 1it)5.I by parties who were already In the GRADB. .1 I 7\1 -For- -Street--..-Improvement------- -- -- Vota for Ous. ''\' ...'. ;I

To BON. M. S. JON!!:", bus I ne".. IAihlCROShflASkV.V .. V .. . .. ... . ea a its ioul e lflOi 96 Against Street ImpruvomuDtJlonda. Por Cemetery \ ''1
Mortgage "
COURT- "Klulmlllee Notes" writer' name Naiad Akterm.n; VV. .. . . . . .. 1W 6 t5i 'I 115 100, 55IAIII.n Bonda.\ .\' \ ;;1. (
JUDGE OF W..I..r.. . . . I Vi 115 75 \17 lull '(uB.rtto V
We the Grand Jurors sworn, and doe not'.ppeai'' bnt It would b well .....uIlL.V ____' ._.._ 1w mm P 15 58'I 100 V1&IBOO ..V., -. _'tlonShonld th.toua.neeofiid bonds ---- A.aloa, i.metery Iortses.Jon1e clr.\ "
_ .er.fDIf 110' t.b'fll termof the-Court, beg 10hbjie or er.1a. 'he8e mal bI'ln 'Wt1U. 10lannlng .. . . . . . . 85 JI '16 J '!II VBurnlceMorgsa. "I' either of .Id .issusa. be .uthorl1lt\d by the V lI. 'f'' ,' :!'i.!!
this General Present.ment. .. future Mtoac a upon Iniivldua4or .. . .. . . . .. a. 11410 \III11\ required two-t\tll'fa.\ "te. then said bandit. or Vme !orOD. ;I'.i' 6'' '' ', 1..
to lIubmlt our conAnt. him 'hM-- ....ton Morpn. . . . ... . . .. .. g t PIli 148 it)), 711 \149I3Ienhe such or them the becansa of which nisy have For Street Impro.ot 8on480"" ;] ;. .'
.. bodies of men to or Addison V . . . . V .I mc 80, 117 95 been so euthorized. nhl1 be Issued according .
I W have diligently inquired Into aeJ.f there strictly LO whatreally happens Jode Roebuck . . . .. V V. t7 117 It\) to law without. dolay, end the Council shalt.before Against IIte"$ proy.m.ul Banda: IJ.'. .
before ua and Dot be .0 prejudiced.If KV5LIS Raul..ntOn ,. to 111I I 00X each 'lassuance. provide by ordinance for -' ?:Y.. ;. _
such m..t.le" aa have come the. Wom..n' Christian Temperance Tho........ . . . . . . 90 \"I 9V' 98 IIU81XTp the redemption of seld bonds;: .1 nsatuHty and Section! 4 Should the t.aaneiot said boodscor .tJ. \ ;0.
and where indictments were In our the payment. of the iaLArvat upon same.Itsetlon .. "
for eltb".ol .Id la ue. ba authorized br ts.J\t: f I '
jud ent. wehayernadespecisil Union could have all of t.belr reqei.ts GRADE. I & ThiSt all ordinanesus, or parts ofordinance. require Iwo-thlrd. "o&e. .then .Id bouda. 0.1' .
proper granted the whole world would Cl&rencs Ald..rm.n . .. V V 95 82 454 100Kaml. .. In conAle' herewith bet. and the aneb or them the iiinsanii. 0' which may hiv, >w"
pr .e tment to the court. be Woman'' Christian Temperance .. L. 8m1th V. . 96 11II 96 115) \10 ....m..era. hereby repceled.R.4 been 110 a'horlaed. shall be issued accof'I' .r .
We have examined by a committee, a a first. ant .sccond time. end passed in to law without delay, end the Council absi t,( .,
atta.chrepo..t. Union organization In a abort w1llle. EIGHTH GRADE. I 18th day 01 April, A. D., ,
th, Court House and Jail and oi Ion this. before each leao.uOll. preile b't ordinance flli_ ." t.
to t.bla Please pardon me for this lengthy Charlotte Milton .. VV VV 8111 98 00 s si \12 1 the redemption of said bonds at m.'u.tI.1I4 ,' . 3.')'
presentment.We .. 40 80 Si 65 74Jemni W. L VAN DUZOR.Pr..ldunt .. 'ISeulion
Psalms AtdtonV (5L5L3 ;
but 1 deemed 1& for V 461 forthis .paymenlef the interest upon .m. '
beg to thank your lIODor, the Dote, necessary' 11'' VV . V III 90( 51 7 111IWm or Council.Attsat 5. That all ordiasnsie. or parts ofordinances. 'ilf' V
actlnlf States Attorney W 13. Palmerand those who mljlhth."e read 'KissimmeeI'Jote. H. W..I..I' . . ...... . . I 711 sa 65 58 ISO : __ L In ijonAlol. herewith I b.. au4\.he' o'o.J' "'. assistant" 8LateAttorney J. ." to know the truth of the mattee. Dot Wilton Aidereisn. . . .. 88 % 4 U .1. R. GILBERT.Kiaidmnse JR.Clerk ; dt.y. I seine hereby repeal5d.. V- $ '--
. A. of the condemned. 1 .m of the Towflbf Stead a an' 'lid srpnd &lme. end sealed Ita:17 V V
:n. JODea. for courtesies extended: to lists. l h..1' or A1'rl.! P..IU05.J. . D. V 'tt'' '. "
Approved 1116.
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respectfully, In taking our leave we feel gratefultoyou for kindness:\ and favors accorded W. AD..HO.....,. ama session thuliSib-W.L.VAbI-DLTZOR 4cr April 'V Ji' _

our"lnltflnl.hed body. our labors, we beg n. T: Butler u. while we have sojourned In your mld.t. In parting with the puplll Mayor at the 'X'owe Qf KIsemne" City. ( uJ.1 .Pnddell'' CO!, :;OU'..; V .

'f toe dlaehar6t d. Chairman. Board County Floridai.leaeleg Cornmntsabner. .. and students. we do so with deepteeHnlf1 of regret realizing that our rela- hereby I. Z. W.proclaim Adorhoist and M.ol'declare or that said a 1'o..n.peoia1Eleotion do A'"I-I. a. GIUIJRT: 35.. V 55V p .44. 'b4 V _

A. C. BASS, Foreman.D. .. Osceola County, lions .. teachers and students have been the most plea..nt We assure them : of the qnnlthed voters of saId Town Clerk or the To"DO' 1ClulmlD. CitVpprovnd ... "
C. tEl. .. Sec'. will be held at the Town Hall In said Towndaring &hllfl8lb. day of April A, D 1506. 1 f .r
; : D70.aK .a4 .paln1l. that they shall ever haves warm and welcome place In our heartl and mem- tlss legak h....... of voting OD 'nrdar. .. / J.W.AuiRflOLD: , V' '.. .
We the committee appointed to ex- old reliable of June. A.. D., illU6,' She tot- )X.orof he Town 01 Kiemm.S \
Sprig Fleming the catoter the 8rd. dey apes t''tI
amine aDd look lnt the Court House ories. Hoping that your school shall ever be prosperous,. we ber\!unto place Iwo nmetion.I .
Lowing : '
10 this
have made such es.mlnat.lon .a our 1.0 the needs of the public our hands and IIgnattlre.. n..... The qQ lion of bonding the Town In V f :;< ... "."J, :'
limited time would adml. We report I ne il always ready to oall for your AMES P. HAWTHORNE. the sum of Tw.I_ HUD<1red Dolla.tow Oem.qusation .-. .StOY. Wood. lV' _ _

"i t.o you that we find the 'f'.rloua de- clothes Satisfaction and return or them no In good Ordets C. A. STRICKLAND ; of bonding the Town r swe will ttzrah.h; Stove Wo6d:' ji ...ff&1 ,( _ _

parisnents I good condition aDd Jay. In the sam of riY. Thousand Doflers fur Street ered ta1' 01 toWD a' 1.00 per.... i !-'t''SUaDd.
left, a& MI' Ktg's stOre will receive MARY L. MASON. to.aDf:'
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Improvement parpt gEg C "'' ''iJ. ,
neatly kepL pL"Omp' attention.S. This 28r.b day ot April A. D. 10015.l bald .w....._01' Iaoa4s $U.bS..I..I&I4 apoaV .. ;.KA.Pi"'JU. ) Jt'7.1'' .
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There are
epsia of Women't La AJIft'Ia. are glen-tf. .... .....,- OF TO-DAY.
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v.e Leeaaaaw ...... McCauley, of 1" 8laoltoJ J * *. g ,. ,
AIISOLU1D.Y, ftUDUSS ACO11Yj Don't pay: '1.60" Don for. linseed oil. Joseph I. -- i J ..
Mhkb you' do iA ....dy-f_ ...In'. stmt.., C1t lea co. Sachem! ot 'T.camseb7wt't - Illf1 ;
"t I...... hr Uteris. DSII$ .,. a.d C..d ly .JJl" oil flesh from the barrel a' eo ceateper Lodge: .' 'Utl: I "'Two 'CO mt t sy J
1JCJa L fakla.'s V..IUI. c..,..... glove! and 1Dis it wUJa Lo..D a: health was, complete'ly I
.)fart.oea L. 4: M. Paint.IL -
broha My
F A [Teat masy _1rel'wt1.b. .sakeu. pliant cost about '1.20 per urlour !
...elf ladlg..tdosordy.p.psl.whichosisot.a.atoyteld gallon.Jame.. .back: ached and'wes' }
f "ordLnar,1.rea- N. Barron President I 00 lImo that at tl M ')
.._.. WI 1e the symptom..esm to bstldmilar Cotton Mllhrs: Roelc Htile 8., C., wntea: r wu bardl7 able to

tito.y: tth.n.dtotagnnfnr.allypr... thew of ordinary bull,._. "Is 183 Jtlooka!! 1ps until better m7 than residence a (.net with, many i. tbbh : dress DU'Mlt.and.waa I, lost, ,... .. .. t .. # ,'N .5 f y t -..:
three app.Ute
houaH paInted your fgo I Dl7
eatbe4. 40 IKJ' ..em to natol9 hs p.yaat. .- Sod: everywhere sad by ibneman! '&: unable to al.ep. Then I A policeman of 80ytb $hiekb,:'Enc-'

aorma1 condition.It .. . MarLin Xew York. Paint linkers for seemed to be no relief land ground UJ a clay pipe, ad ninl.. .x

Fl/ty i/r until I tookD .n', I ,i ? K I?' 1fit .tt're4 the powder .a .n emetic to. .
1 .5
ord" forwar
liagatis: 11 piecing immenes; Kidney pm. Foot I girl who had taken poison And 10 sated ;4
material Europe.M ; .
I bona ot this remedy effeCtM'a corn'plete her Ute ." .

t n. wtnelow's "ootblnr Syrup forehlldreateethlnawfteatberume and permanent cure. If saffgiinghnmitnlty j __ p
,-of: sIt .! re4""ea 1.II"mlD&- knew lie value DoaD' The longest lightning conductor' .
wN.dcolic/5c.abottla: ,(7i' 4
? llonday.palocurw Kidney Pills they would use nothing/ sy Y the world III on the brEsplte wetltb&r .:

Norwty Ia famous for her many miles (lee. na It I. the oily positive cur. 1 I It'ty ''. '.t' e station In Bavaria It runs down the
of excellent roads S %( t 5 :t a l
4. know: mountain aide for three and a lialt

I N I I't..D'.CUMl Consumption, I. ao Infnlliblemedlrino For aaleb,. all d./p"/ Price f0cents. RC 44 miles to a Jake. ;

I for coughs nod old.-S. W.MaMCEL l"ostl'r.llIburll 00.. Buffalo. X. Y. N11 ,
..) O"ean (,rove. N..1.. Yob. 17. 1:100.I : t vi Serpent worship IItlll IIlIrvI'YS In 1"-"

t' I The prevent; population- ; : ;:of Great Britain members The Japanese Of these diet seven consist are ot 3.8. din, and a snake shrine la said to be a.

and lrennd: II about e2Ty0UWChlldr.o 7. i v k much an attraction 1.n a house on the

,. I frrtngAl I Baptist. IWO Congregationalists q t t si Malabar coast ns a garden in the case

I this ... ....o 0' the year. whPf. warm \ and four Methodlata_ tti or a coulllr home III the United Statei '

I 1.r' 1.'I1"'j Ioy cool nigbts and the eatlugof A H. Fl.. Serpents are. however most uuobtru- 1
'rull and regotables. etTeeting the slomacb Under the ElklnB law railroad
bowel, ...t,.,. we bear ot.o many chll.. I 'blC."h \Lays rt'bat.. in aloe. and unless One walks nols..lrl.17 sand "
tt Area dIng Give them Ur. Jihcr..r! Ituekleterry I company any barefooted In the dark 8a lilttdoos i'do
I /Nrr.inf. I4' h I allbowol form or any shJ'per' who
'!' (;C"rdlsl the great .1..ln. for I accepts them allnk.tbUtt! Is all improbable conlla ageuey.
troubles aDd "blldr..n t""tblnll' t. liable to a lne ot from 11000 to "
: C lira. Plakham claims that there fa a Hold I by all !Urogglsts 31\ and w. wttl. ,I $20,000:! upon C'ODTlctJOD. It also proltlbfts i
Ida4 01 4"apepala that I. caused bY' adn.raagewent the ot -
carrying freight at less
of the female organlem Cub..'. immigration last year wsa ZO.\J\A) P tafse" Japanese soldiers nlolll the Sbe n
sad which; wb8 it eau.ea a distllrblJ1a11ar Three.fourth. "ere SpalllArd. than the published tantra. Tit, Interstate k : s1 5tklyf i t 'a Fd i17 River have shown their, lhgenally In ;i

4 i to ordlnar.1 ladl/lelltloll./ Itch <'u..l mat:J) mniutee bJ \.oollord'. i Commerce Commission 1, empowered + -- : t' 1 the utilization ot 811 oversupply ot 4
I ..moot be relieved without a medicine V'Ion. Sold b. all to detect and prosecute violators "
,. Sanitary rats The rodents, IJl'eome..1I Heat and
which not. 0017 acta as a .t.otoach tnnf'. dru C/B'1I. ,I. Mail orders promptly: filled ot this IIlntutt' PrKldent Knapp of .rit : .
ci work to
b., baa peau.ll&r u1.erlne-1.oDlc. etfacta by VI E. Detthon CrawfordaviUe. Ind the commission, statees. that since this the aol.ll..n set to destroythem.
a a o.I" "law I Though destroyed. the rats (
was rebate
.z .t-, Aa proof of this theory we. can at- Soda.! water ,I. now presenbed for bungPr. been as rare pasted.1 forger paylDj hat _lk + ''f. ? 1' x were nol all..d. fhe soldiers cured t

I talon to the case of Mre. Maggie the rat skins and usel 1 them rr ear'finpt

i :po; Wright, Brooklyn, N. Y.. who. was. NO TONGUE CAN TELL I with the tails tied beneath the f
cured E. Pinka.m.
,, .omRletely b7 Lydia -- A BRIGHT CLERK. I wearers' chlus. Compound after everyteltisg with dtehlnt aDei }
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'Vbat'e the of this silk! asked -
else bed failed. She writes
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nle.ding U.tli Cured the I The worst. thing that can happen to t
"IDs Tees r-n: I suffered with dy.oepeis by Cadear.. shopper.
wWdo ss..........ted lilY entire .,atem'that f "The price madam" replied the a man In hun III 10 get Into debt, from i
t AV wee 1I&AIJe w attend too my dAfduu./ .., I "X" tongue> can tell how I suffered for clerk "Ia U,9H. welch must admit which there Is never any escape. ow- .
taln weak &ad.-rotUl. aDd nothing; tbaI I ate fin )'.ar. with a t"l'nb/y/ painful, itching you I to the I'xorhltullt Interest 'haral'd.
IasMd god and It ceuaed a dUt.llrb.u In my and bleeding: ecrema, my body and face Is quite de'ollete.:
S ; J eried dJlf.nt dJ.pepeta eurea, being covered, with .or.. Ne."r.n mylife "J){ oJlele'!" III ("O/llllrlll/ a tort 011 thl' IldulI,1 ot Julo.. held lIy, Morn out In vs. 011 JllllullryR. Once III debt there 18 no appeal the '

bd aotth. seemed to kelp m... I.... ad- / dd I'texpenence. such awful suffering "Yea madam cut low.-PbJIa4elo I I.lpuh'lIUllt James J. J'w11 cud onr prh'ah' ot the 1..urtl..lllh CIIIII'II I'lul..1I debtor 1 being stripped of Ills clothes

;- w to gin a tna1 Lydia, aDd Z. was PI nk happily ham'. "elfete 8Urprbfd bl.Camp."M. and I longed for d..atb-hicb, 1 felt was phla Pre1i8. ; Cavalry were klllt..I Ft'oud I 1.1'lItO'IIU ltoyV.. Axlbrisk/ . of the tievruteenthInfantry ant compelled to wurli Iii fetters! generally -

t .. And that 1&.J Uk. a Ane tonic and In aLr : ne.r. I had treed' doctors and medlclDee ;; CU/lhtlll/ III1IMh'lIol Dore)'. of the Fourth ] nfnutry I'I'"J LII'lIlf'll/\lIt for the rest of Ills life. to pay
... 1p.g.qtoes joy and I without" succea, but mJ mother insisted I It. C. Hh-Iwnlomll. of the o'ollrll''lIlh ('1alry. and Ihr.lrl"lIt./ .... the Inlt'n'st. Drullkllr.h are nol per'ntlttel

teod. 1ICy recovery waa rapid and: iA that I try Cutacura. I felt better after the TO BEl SURE; OF COURSE; I On Ipeeniber 10lorox\ killed 1.1t'1I"'IIUllt i'1",11t'1I, I... 11"1 t to give 11.11'111"1' III the law
; ... ... I well I hats
s was a wamuL t so.1 -
.nns.Nd f. \0 anaDY wffering ...__." lint bat with Cuticura Soap, and one application She-Bllt don't you think II wrong I'pn from 11111,,",,11. 011 :\I\'t'lIIl..r' In. ten .\ IIlO'rll'/\ .soldiers I w'r.,011114",1'1 courts ot 5htm. The 11I1.1lhl.t, prints, r.

" No other medlal.e In tb. world hist entirely 01 C\lt.cur&.ell. (Signal Ointment) 101...and. A. was Et.- for a man to steal a(1... from a glrlHeIlectdely ""'" twelve 1"llIfllllo scouts filth the .\lIlI'ri/<'IIII .\rlll)' wo'r ", clad\ III yellow rein". are to lIe seen

-1nd. such widespread and uDqaali.Ae44onement.or anon Bellevue! Mich" wrong except where two AlIlI'rlt-ulI Misers' .. UIIiI tltti'l'lI turn were killed UIIII Mix 0111,1..1 from 11m- I everywhere III ilnngkol. and It IR quite

1 b..ach a reeordot.f sons ------ - -- there extenuating Lush 11I.lolIJ11I1 10 Lleutetinnt 11111"1.1 I I U rper'" .It'! u'h 1111'111. 1)11 \Orll II ('11 common for young torn to enter the

l woe fema1. trouble&, u b. Lydia A Forest 8r"1 his been established In are there &NI.-eM1A. I lniu''heel.,.r and t'urporal I I ty sti t h ere 1.111..1 by yluros.: '1'111..1.. the riot.rl ft 1'-1' lrl..lltllool. which nffurds them IIn easy
} .. PIAkham'. V" Compo ndaa --the- -..nh"rh of IWr'n.:' Germ.nvF. -- the. last slur. 11I01111"4(111)". The form./III/It.. / lighting ('1"111111.. displayed/ htll" and Ihxurlous exi.trnee! owllll to the

t ,l'v I I'll the'iirriorx. are. by Ito 1II'nIiM lot t uliett/ Ih..y eolue ulI.I"r.\III..rl"1I1I 11It111'IH'e I 1I1I'rulll of the 1"'Iulu, ,'" low 'r.l anyone
+ I 1IJ111III'rll'lIn (Ivlllziilan.! It this. (nmtry ,,11"111,1'r I" ,drawn 1111" n wnr III "IIIICU"I,1 10 tb' service oftuddhu.

,tJi; the I I'nr list( Tiny 1 FIIII'I"" 'JllIlI'lih III the _\ IIH'rltllIIrm)' could br r('IIid/ upon I !.1 .

to give n gisnl, nceannt 01 (lu'ulxt.1\eN. Al/lit.tNN' ot Ih"11i 111I\1' .11111.,1. uireudyvItIi

tt: K n t) our fortes' II" "" 0111 R. I 111 1t1l1l"lnll cltlex. sne nil 1lIlrlbh

a 1 trnteler the tit IS iti; of :; ,'nll I. n thattcr f

QUICK LUNCH IN NURSERY.Vhen IIIII.J ttlilth would hold the nursing ot bargaluiug 1 for 1110"1:11 there

both. In Nui II iMMUIUIi that II would I Is a l.rlnlPlI tariff "H.\\"I'n'('. the cab'

4r' Free \ the overage baby 11I111.11 rep h. IIlwII'M lit /aa".1111.1. 111\\11)11 In a man cannot rend, It. It you lillo\ the

4 Lis or. Iu'r mind. that It it 1111I"' for the 011\111"111 Iueltlott fur ,pulling 011 the distance :you walk 1110111 the cab rank ,

Little Ihrre Is 1(001I"rnll ou r..m fur (oIlIl'1I18I1.f., culling out your that lnntlun' and your :

Premiums II rlClI 11I"'"I. III Ihlll respect the Infant .lIollwr /a1I1I'/ 10 I""IIIII"h much I.rk.nhoul a quarter or whitt you
i .. the Nauie I'll r......'. forma. the stlbjeet of would pay In I..ndoll. acid n I truth or i

the aerougau")'III g 111118Irulloll.'bkh I's the New York (deniattd.Vhen" ;you
To further introduce Good Luck Baking Powder we are offering valuable -l \ I
the 1l1\1'nlloll of II WJlllln. '1'hl. ides! have pn seed the 111"1 crib you will hear
premiums tree to all use'S.( On the label of every can will be found a coupon. "OIlMIMtM ot (.liitie.llilg tht. bottle to the i a clatter 1..11111I1. 1111.1 11 .I'h''r, h' 111 1mpi t

,t Cut out these coupons and save them. The little gift book inside each can illustrates irnitu' ot the( belsttnd or crib Ioy men tic I ore you to step III. I 1f you do not '

'v the many articles and tell how to \get them tree. Beside these valuable premiums, I J ot n I gale" of tI"III111e 11I"llIlo One end know the dlstnnee ) out ask the fete; sdivide

you ret a superior ba1c.i powder and it coats you but tOe per pound can. I >r ot the I latter 18 supplied with 11 menus I the answer by tour IIl1d walk: ;

for clamphug/ I the arrangement securely I on Curses! invocation or 1I0intar i

Baling I d to the (rib. and the. other end III fitted I Drivers raise their'nnhs to henvcn In '

GOOD LUCK with B Rhl'lIlIlif' nrranjfem'lIt for horNJr.'lIlk calmly on. and there. Isa
clasping tile bottif' hy this means the race to pick you U/l./ !lior II there r

M IOllle III always In reach of the youngster ever a dlB1ute at the end.A .
paeee.. exceDent leavening qualittes. It Ia powerful t. generating CU who bag but to reach for Jt iind I
i therefore makes noeedinlr light b.llinr. Its poaiti. puritr a..urea ,
thrust It In the mouth-an
', you of good baking reaulu. Through tbeM .lIperior qualities Good a'compllab. Cadet at ast.nty. t
Lech powder h. reached the largest rile of any baking powder went which Is learned very early In Clad In.thq! neat DlsIe: gray t..a.

Ai. D LV in the B.kiil. Carloads and Uain\oada\ are shipped:to aU section of OD L life by the little onea.-Pblladelphlli cadet fn' the Agricultural College at

t the country. This tremendous file makes it possible for III to..11 U Hecortl. Starkvl\le\ 1oIlRS., 'Ullalll Rtonolltl'r, a \'
2 it at the little price of lOc per pound call. Insist upon having Good I Confederate veteran ot batty wounds .
(' Luck Baking Powder and get a superior article a mod.rat. price. ONE I The ""] W..... ,
c OtIJ ot seventy yearn, 10 learning along
a' ; $.0 THE SOUlUERN MFG. CO. sPOOitP The alzP ot the AllolIlIC' ''ayes linoIeen with 4()() boys all about smek. field"QI'nl" .
P, RlcJua_" Va. (artfully' measured for the ""allhIlIltOIl -
'a Balwod.llIrolUra/ anti
FI; j P p 1lydrogTaphlr. Iturvnt. 111 height truck forming.:: 1111'1 ihnds.Mr. :
the W nve. usunlty n \.rlll uhollt thirty/
'I "Innllf'r woe teat. busy to go to
a etl feet hut In rough .ulh'r they attain
t r, UThNS MILK sUPPLy ALWAYS AT B.....,. froth forty to forly.lltht iprlnkstorms : school"h,11 h. \\0 0 hny. TI..t the
o Iii war 'aliiI' 011 and IJp got; slot pretty
L MMO they are often trolll 51W) tn fits)
r D. tit often unreasonable. but 110 IIl1lfllln 1"llIIpl..I'I In Ilinl. Then III' rnlRl'd a
feet long find last ten or .11'\1'11 seconds. ,
,,1 at n'nMonlJlg will close. 111' the little while the faintly or ten"II.. :Now the last ,

- - onl"II uiotiUt 80 I'tTl'Ctlllllly OR a worm 'I 1"lIlpllt yet known then suredlinlf One tins. grown tip and, Idt hurt )

I ROMAN 14C. Fifteen war ......el. are under conettvation stream of milk I trickling down the Infantile a tulle and did ant spend I tat-If "Oil December I::, lfMl:. nay IInrn was
pS MALSBY of far twenty-thrt' 81'011,1... !J
; in the doeka Germany. rhleligoJourttnI.
& CO.
j The Elder \Ilaler-Why.: be' a con thNJut Tber are come children burned; 1\lr. jlulI.lltpr, toile the ChlQ

fldence man I FITS permanently OII..d. Nolltll or o... ou.- who seem ( IIlnk that this I II/O/ Tribune. "unll was a total loeLMy

41 Soatb ForsJt Ste, AtlaDt; a. The Younger mater--h, how perfectly n..alt.r ant d.y'aIM ot Dr. tUDe' Great ehonld h. nt hand In1l ,Uf'-on<'l for The average birtlirnle for Europe neighbors here wonderfully kind rand

}, 1 NerreBe.torer,*.ltrlslbottle and treatise free such Instances a. this a rlladelplJo! shows that for every 1Mgirls. III} 1C'fImn corn and mOD..v to help k
delllthtfl.ll.-Yonkenl Statesm.n.Bor.
Dr. R.U.KLI.r Ltd..lISt Arab 81., PM1a? Pa. I I
Inventor some time ago devised a I IAl 110)I re oorll.I 111" Ollt. Tltlpking toy life too far spent "

Thhhwe Wir.lea telegraphy i. to be InatalJed ID -me being seventy years o"I-to start )

: often, ow HL1Adred Dollars 1Ie..rd for Switzerland A anew and live there alone! cut olf from t
anyowof Uaotarrb eannot be outedby I FLOATING CHURCH FOR SAILORS
...It'h..---_..." Unre. eeconcf Helen Keller.In the best society, was more than I could ;
I. <.:a..y 4 Co.. Toledo, O. alllnd. ;
we. the undersigned, have known 11. J.Cb.nay the lnatltullon for the In.tru I i 'I applied to be ere or a Northern
i for flu last 16)8...end beUe..ei1tm (Ion at, tti'e deal: and dumb, In On. ;t
perfectly bo.orabl. ID all bualneaa trensao street there I emigration colony to locate In Youtht f
Hundred and IIlxtr-thlrd .
..r. il! Portable aDd 8lattUIJaIT I moos .red aoanolally. able \0 oarrr out ally II east Ceorgin; ; and I IlIouJlllt It I must I'I
5 obi satlona made their is a deaf, dumb aDd blind girl not
by arm. II I I start life
i over again I woul.l0 to the ii
'tear. ,
Engines Boilers a 'r.V4X. Wboleaals Druggist To. quite seventeen or which Principal
lode O. Cllrrler : I II i rleulturnl nut! I'ebllnl'al( College. fr j
Saw W nszo, (1..4" A }lama Wholal"v "I never thought;; Mississippi could (
., Mills' \ Uruggtt. Toledo U.Ball's "WIIb her mentality, and allowing
u proIII such studious, tndustrlous
S Ua\.rrb 011..1.taken Internallyat:. that she will eOllllnue to improve as I
AND ALL KINDS Of MA aNINEBY !DlI'ltlreotly .upon the blood and newuasar'lane.of she baa done In the past, there fa 110 [ ?n I courteous anti kind young fellows aa $
k' .t' Complete "... Carried \b" .J.,.... r"UmonlalJl sent free the younger (cadets" says Mr. Stanlfer
i.ock abe will In time I a4'A'tW r
Jor doubt that
tt N 1 t rnoeTeperbottle. ""Id b. all Drugg1ats. reason to '
a IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.rM I Take flail'. hardly Pills for oonettpatlon. I I arrive at aa hlgn; a state of develop'ment --- - -
1 ,>tess Jlaebtn.rr, Lo....' Prlee. and B..L Term. aa Reller Keller" I B..ull.1 tient f

r t.' I1. Write u. for Catalogue, prices, I Frederick Roble, aced elgbtT-rour'j The girl fa Ella M. Hopkins or I Mrs. (lilman. an American nutllorl's" (.1
I }1' lathe grand old mall of .
etc., before buylnt.r Utica, N. Y., a child In appearance.AqylL told n select gathering ot ladles at the ',.

; elpl ,,yV-r.c the girl CODoUiCiW I \\0 mou:'s _.J 'ItTtut.; at Victoria, tha't'

r ; ,'ellot?' fever."" fttt&t.-when she 4 woman \\'lIs not nearly as beautiful asman. ,

a iWORMSl ?; ; 1.4 recovered. could Il8kbe."!lee, speak She enepurnged them to try to

'' t LN(4M'Jr nor oea.r.&he become as beautiful aa lnall. She r

w was cent to the IDrrtltuUon forChu poured scorn on BOllle ot the deficlen' '
'j M w,41. M lee Ikeew "e. f
. 1'1 __p".m..d M'd.. sppr.N.y. i... Mo.rwr... Instruction or the deBt and dumb I cll'lI of womon. "When Ii woman
J n. V l?.. ....- ....... at. -.t-... sal p...... M_ and to-daT Ella Hopkins sees, .peak'J I : rUII"." she said, "1t III agitated
I I w. la.N ... " eo a.tie"e ....... N.I .. .. an .M
> ... .... .r,1vrll .ik. ...a .. ... .. waddle '
1p. with her enalUve I ; ( 11mb. she and
8 teii w fa, tueg sad onr ." and hears finger I cannot people
rl)' ,' a b ... .. take hold of her ]
r '
c..r.i. elbows
oJ I ... ._.......I.'f "ar. W a.aU Better Fruits-Better[ tips.It. I1umlOldt. near Berlin, the Ol'rlllllll 1IIIItI'IIR:: and Prllwe JolIel I'rederlek and help her .
") Profit ties been discovered that up and down tl1llljtl.! 1 call
It In-
.lh r'i..w...tM nnrdua t4. ak17a. N. T..j Better peaches apples upon recently dedicated a tlonllllg church try hI' used by the! IUN/on/ 011 the rivers and an
( a''t berries are produced when Potash occ&a1oJl., when haTing no previous canals ot Germany. It waR formerly a 8l1ellgpr vessel anti suiting practice unless a woman bas a
r'lI 7I Is liberally applied to the 8011. To knowledge of the fact, she has been prt'sl'nt use in the will of the lute OW ll'r. The main hall will was devoted to its wooden leg. There I" no reason why "
a f In.ure. lull crop 01 choicest quality, sitting la a room where two persons uccommodate a a woman should hl1lk lit ft fence like
i1N Dowel. use a feniliaer contelnlllC DOt lees hundred people The bout was equIpped almost for Its new
than. 10 per ccat.: actualPotash were engaged ID conversaUon aha the Emperor and Empress purpose by alto doell. You can vault! It easily 111 a

\ baa later been able to write of the . --- skirt and It 1a the t'llIIle.t and moat

subjects they dlscuued,-New York I Ollntp. .t (ib.nwa. BO small thai I COII't see them with ladylike way of getting over.-LondoD
wl.rspNeano"rt oorreapondenoe to the Philadelphia "What'a that IUBlrum'nl upon your the naked .y." Mall. ..1Lov. i
desk" I naked old Nick when I
'It''I North Amnlocan. lie picked lip what
(3 ; !end fee our'prsetleal: bee.. of Infon.adost6q I dreamed that I bad gone below to call speck of soot with II pair ot to hI' a and lb. Cott.IIf., a
... an. .... eh b ... upon him.'That" delicate \
sdvead.tug \ 4d nlpPl'rll on1l held It bl'n..nlb When a girl la first engaged she fig.
the /
: :: :..t.r: =.:k1-, WORSJ Bald be, "Ia a powerful micro- glass for me to object ares on D ten,
{I .. S Ree. It wriggled frantically room house III the .well w wPart
GERMAN uu woln Diy-Some one,gaTe my wife a pair ICOpe. but I had fair ot town A.
0 0 time the
look on
at It.'bose goes
e..IrNta.e..1k. .
New geeS-fl at..
"Wbat In the middle of .
}' ............r c.... cw.M.T.. 1MAllVaULE am.epThompson's O.- a of) red glovea for her birthday and world '\ soul III that]" Tasked. houle gradually decreases in the Until
... DOW she wants to buy her red do you want or a mlcroscope1'
ttf< sonuth me a "Reod the word it Is a tour-room
Itruclure. an
TEN MIUiOM BOIES ... Upon Its cap" said Then
asked hum
dress to with them.
co bt' tine
i. \ fancy trimmings ue left oft', and
S17-Tbab nothing< to m7 wife. "I have to use It every ten )'earl.N I looked again and such next the house la located In a remote

1 Alt She bought an automobile Tell the he said "when I take the Topbet cen-. power of the lens I easily declp.bered wag the part of town. Finally when the wee!. ,

wo. f a ri.s ..'" -1: other day and now' she wants 11M to .u.. I never could count tip the souls the tlllY lettering The dlllg comes off It la announced that
. ...... word Wyj' ?I
d without It. I've
got a lot down "
bUT an autollKlbll. to with Itl- here the
CO "Jan1tor-Jud couple
't will reside
with the brld'l' t

r ; .,, "-" ..-,'" .- I !1;; J8 Water Detroit 11x. fre. : ratber.-Atchl.o Globe. /
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r THE. (UL'PIT been waiting, .nd ..tiil ;'a1b, for men ", OernymLFee.ste. .., \ ' ,'. : -

In thee. nerrda: walks of life to be Nearly ou.tourtJa of the surface of UEEN 'O.F ACTRESSES

true to Him, O. men, that means :you the entire German empire'is .q : :

A SCHOLARLY SUNDAY SERMON 8'1 and that me.IIIOIel GOd calla few WIth ror..ta;'about 6&OOIt 'aquue

THE REV. F, F SHANNON. calls men aU to carry to 011 great retorm. lIe O O D ,r miler, 'm6. than, "01i..1J: : (11. oo PRAISESaPE-RU-NA.
men carry on a reform withIn '
their own 11.8.And It II the man a wv 7'a.ICi..rt.g squarq'miles) being occupied 'Ii1' ", hat

-" , T" n..df.ld Yaa.Drooklyc who will do this In: God'. way: and'In. the aerm"DI, 1,'", :-.V ..VN....... a..tI'.v.l'N.'I'N'N.Otf'.Vt....,....... ........N_
the Gf leau. CbrJat that becomes forests of tull-trO'W1L tr.... ?

: N. Y.-.Sunda 1001'01118, 111 the. thoulBndtold man He II The .Na'oocuplec1. br: tires' pZ U.

Grace M. IL Church, the pastor the the determining factor In thin 'World' O pine family /11 move than throe timer '
3tev. Frederick 11'. Shannon had progress toward universal righteousness.
for .a great II that occupied :by ..1111..
k I. subject "Tbe Tholl..ndtolj1 Man," its hold. the balance ot power' f #
m. text was from Joshua nlll:10: which will usher In the mJl1eunJal' the ....... ,rarities of deciduous trees om blll.d. s rfr

"au. man of, you lIbaU chase a thou- dawn. GOlle forever the man fearing The work la, done at the right Ume. Of tile lna.CIOO acr. of deciduous i t t ee

sand: for the Lord 70ur God lie It I. spirit: Gone forever that stolid indifferenee. ancJ. the roads are kept.Opttll,1n the trees 1.1'71,000 acres are oak CST.GOO

that ftl'btetb for :yon, a. n. .poke unto Gone forever that fut abut winter.\ Hen are' appointed Ja each' acres are birch, alder. .nCS..pID and

70u.- Mr. SballDOa Mid: pocketbook.- lives for God.' H. ''di.trlct"to plow 'ou(' the 'road.' after 4.011.00 acres are beech' eta; 'Of the .

World building I. DOt 110 Interesting talks for Go& n. gives for God. every storm, ,,,,and travelers going 111,48&1.000 sores of DeedJ..leated trees, .
a. man bulld1nl'' Some Consider also one of the two reasons r
philosophers through the township are never dslayed. 1'1,127.000 acres are pine ItOOO Urea
held that tasks are tnterestng Ja proportion for the multiplied power elf the'thou- I Common attached the .Aard1. "
to Ar.a.4.
sandfold "For-tbe Lord''' : plows 1.2,000 'acc" are red r
a. they are dlfJcult to perform man: : your I -
If this be good 10116, tIleD swinging God, He It is that.JIcbtetb ,tor;)'ou." side of bobaled. clean out.the track. ...'7.000 acres,are white ar. 1f47'if r .

:worlds Into space must tate secondary Any man 1. braver for the battle If The cost or" this work I. twent-fift About 1% per cent of the "koohwald" -
: "
rank to bul141D1' a mall In time. Wq he knows that',God it his champIon. hour, for mann, and team.- It I. owned bt the crown Dearl,.

hate. 110 intimation that God had any lIe may have' been ready; to show the takes four hO.1r. for a man and.-team, 40 pet oceaL by the State, 11 per cent

troJlble strlaging planets along the white Sag, leave, the field In defeat. to plow out a ftve-mlJe.route. Very by. municipal governments and. ''bout '

Pith'of 111. pO'fl"er. Yet the ceDturl steal away In dl'lr1'ace. Then let him little shoveling I. necessary; a. the '40"per cent br: private p.ra01i. ..
untie In the Terc1let that God Les had lay vital hold of the truth that God I. road Is never allowed to block up.-
much fighting for )lInt. Instantly ingredient Th. entire area devoted to forestsN
In -
trouble producing the divine every:
11.. T )1. Wellington County Ont 111
today nearly 100.000 acres greater
style of manhood Therefore, It I. of cowardice: will .ajUab from :
sate to conclude that God never Undertook his nature Something akin to omnipotence American' Cultl"ator than It war twenty 7eare '.""'

a vaster plan than to build I begins to play along the nerve tweell 1813 aDd 1'00 the 4eore.. In

miD. Worlds play: out His purposes of his arm. The lOul' battlelOnp of rr.w Plea .f lmprev.NNLWork the area of foreets af deciduous trees .(
In the victory began to swell the rising ha. on the roads hex been prosecuted : -
harmony: of .ra"Ultlon. They: amounted to 667,000 acres "hUe the ...
spell out Ills plans In the law of ohs.dlence. monies In his Jlean. Championed by vigorously/ Under the plan of of t'.
lint man ClftUmel thwart. God., he know. that,.though the worlds road Improvement formed by the callID the extent of \he forests ;

those purposes and destroys those may tall, he shall not meet with deft board of revenue this :rear,. It was pines. larches and firs war 1S0OOO ,' l

plans by setting his own will over >at. Camping along the path of his provIded that each ot the eight c\J. acres. I;{

against the will ot Goo Thus he destiny I. the Sleepless General who trlct road overseers should have a. ,

;wanders, a kind of lost human plelad holds the stars In HIs hand, and the force ot five men, and that this force iiak LY I
through the interests of UI. child In UI. heart Wanted Hie Gun
space called Ump .
always: occasion V,
might be increased whenever !,
and ever coming to himself What magnificent music for the soul OM much
but never St Loum. Jt seems. u '
work began
requlr When th4t repair : :
;Wholly arrlve to hear a. we go out to life'. battle: '
trouble convicting its crlmln.l. ot the
11'01' the Lord :rout God He It II that ten drys ago the force of each of 'v
Yet man I. Ood' human world- Pinky Blitz character. Kansas City # '
for 'ou" thin
ftgbteth ) the road overseers war more 't'"
greater than any .tar-world twinkling ..... A. Kansas whU.11l .':
City lawyer
Let truth
In because u. give the III proper 'et- trebled, and improvements started In '>"
feels space and, willll. Now be thinks, loves., dog In: our U'fell. We hear 110 much earnest It has been kept up ever bliM city the other day. dropped In

tbe.e tIInctloo., some mea exerclse o tmen fighting GCld' battJell. And w. at4ee. Indications now are that by oa a friend who I. a judge and found
more largely
than rejoice that this I. '0. But let not the bIom boJdlne court A. young maD
their lellow. Then we label April 1 the county roads will be In
them lesser truth obscure the areater-that nom everybody knew war a criminal .. '
with that ancient degree called excellent: : ndltlon. JULIA MARLOWd ..
God I. fighting our battle.. ADd do 4513Q '
.reatoe. After conferring the de- Attention was given first to the macademized war Being: tried for alleged complicity: I For tiro Were. 'I" .
we not sometimes get 110 busy ficbUns llearf4fy Perwem "
gree, we spend the rest of in tile at Dutch :::::: :: : :: :
, our IIvH God' battle. that we forget that God roact. These were badly l 1ft holdup a groceryman.In .. .. :. .. .. .. .. .
musing over what such . . . . . . .. . . . . .. .. r".h'mleMN4rl1w
men did when I. lighting our battles. which I. of need of repaIr The overseers went at the robb.r7 the Dutchman had . . . . I. . 6I

they: lOt togetherThey' mal have much more Importance. It may be their work energetically, however, grappled wIth one of the two robbers IN a receI1' letter to Th. PenDa are produced .. the clinri tessli ., wesli.. f;

been great thinkers, great lighters, that God could get along without our ditching and ftlllng In boles wherever aDd had wrested his gun from blm. Co., 1.U. Julia Mariowe, of JoIedi-1 I nerves.earn ;; 14Penll. ,.-. v a
greet talker. be easily obori&tecl 'b 'i '
great writers, or great York city. writea the foUowing: i y
trlend.. But In the last, the reinforcements, after all. But it God'stroops It was necessary to do 10 The result The robbers escaped: but the IItore- .. Pery n. strikes 'a' the "".... 'J, . -

greatness men adore I. the adoration tail to come up, a spiritual Wa- Is that aU these macldamlzed roads are keeper retained Ufe revolver, and It "I as. glad .. write 'Y eNd.r.esaeNt 1 the difficulty correcting the e
terloo awaits ua for ertaln. Let us '
Diaeatio.1.1'1I" ... .airi qo. tS ,
great men have sou offered In evIdence at the triaL ow' 1 ,
given to God.. This iswby make room for this neglected truth lit now being gotten Into .hape. of the great reseedy, nerve _t..... Properly digatedturnuba f
: we never tire of studying the Though this work In repairing the The prisoner managed to "fake liP" PerM_, a. a nerve '_'0. r do
our creed. It will make u. better soldiers thw neenoin friendship ot Moses and Joshua. They of the rosa.. It la one of the macadamized roads hat been carried a strong alibi aDd, although the a.lowe eao.t, AaarNly---JeUa Mar- itt which, bad. to .tnar, .steady. asrvl.r ,It', 'r'"
are two I1nk. In ,. >
the golden chain Dutchman oalt1nl1' identified him awl thus 1I0.n.haa We. .
.lIent forces whIch builds the thou- forward with all polllllble speed other p r vNpecially ,
:wblch moors this old world to the P'ND" i. 1D grest favor WI ai
lahdtold man. roads In the county have not been u tlie smaller at the robbers, h. was
throne of God. Nervouan III common those wile have voeataar
Napoleon said that history very among
; JI a table about which But some man says, 'lIow does God nt'gleC"tec Whenever a brIdge was reported &equltted. When the jury bad delivered women> : This conditioll ill clue to anemia are trying to tb. 1I'f .. ... "JBv"
men are !
light tor me'? I want to know. God f
agrPf'd. Rather to be washed away 01' In need its T8'I'dict the young man approached nerve eeDtree. 'rIae nerve ce..trN are the '
history I. I ,
any a Imam I':2
la not In the habit ot dolpg things a. reservoirs of nervous vitality. n.. ceD' a bogus .r I'areaw. twist'
towing! out of and wherever washouts had the bench and said: "JI111C. '
from the Eternal repair, If y.udo nos reo.lN.l1 "' t. J
man does tbt'm. Therefore, It III ate tre. become bloodless for want of proper = :
Sitting along Its shores, like dt'atblt'1I&aentlll..l to conclude that God does not ficbt for taken place. the.road overseers promptly call I u" 10" gun. now?" 'Wbal'l DIILrition. its. Ir.a P.rna. Mat rocs 'f J.. ,

., are the men God raised up u. after the manner ot men. His rushed a force of men to the place chat?' said tile Judge aternl,. The This 1. especially true I. the spring od C.lesatee wrtt e.O.f.Dr., B. A"'' Harisasg,' .- .,' ,..; .
for banding lIb name and truth down methods are not man' methods, and complained ot. The upshot of their young man reaJl&ed his mlat.ake'and aeUOD. Every: spring a host
the airel. His weapons are not carnal I weapoclL work I. that serious complaints have ran out ot the court room The jury I! }, .
Our tnt: asks for a consideration of Briefly, here are a few battlelleld.
ceased coming Into the board ot revenue. we. ma4. "Can't we get hIm back
the thousandfold man, and the reason where God has fought for you: On The road overseers will not here and convict him?" asked the
for his multiplied One of the Judt'an .
power. plains shepherds
man are
Ihllll however, relax their efforts to Im- 'No,' replied the Judge, } UlSUOENoiVETWill
you chase a tbouaandr'fore watching their flocks by night Suddenly t
.tartllnc WONt. could hardly knock at the heavens are musical with prove the road. In the rural dl.trlct.. "be'. hen acquitted, but 1 hoop Pie r

the door ot the human Intelll"'Ct."' They C"boln of singing ancell1. Then one They will 10 long a. the weather per- robe the home of every: ODe of you.lfanaaq ."- 4 .

are too vast In their outranging meantng great golden. star. al It driven out of miter push the improvement everywhere City :ltmesThe '
to be easily comprehended. Naturally its course by the finger of God to go farther and last 'longer 11 you ; }

enough the mind aaka for a signal the shepherds trembles above Tile board of revenle I. highly Insist upon having the Right kind of +{

second con8l4eratlon of them. But the"IDanger. ComIng to the .pot, they pleased with the results obtained br: Joy 0' Wo..k.It . dealer will sell the "
a second reading fails to rob them ot find the babe wrapped In awadl1ntrclothel. the employment or tree labor In working S. better t.o lose health lime aapendthrlft Shoes. Your you. 4 r

their aJgnUlclue. Rally big thing. That was the beginning of the than to waste It like amIser. s s 4tr"ALWAYS
county road. They that
don't grow less on second sight Like God'. greatest battle for :rou-and the ear: qtrBRkND'
It Ia better to live and be JUST CORRECT" .
these rl' uH. could not have been bad
81. l'eter'., their bigness only helps battlefield was a mangerl But that ;
done with It than to die daily in the
the mind by the use ot convict labor They
expand to a mon capable Babe Increased In stature and wledom. aCLOYEIt
appreciation ot their true dJwellll na. He reached the highest type of believe also that the elastic plan of sick room. BT all means, begin ;your ""

It la 80 with men, and It I. 10 with manhood known to man or God. Great employing Sll few or aa many men a. folio: even It the doctor does not give

the great objects"' IQ nllture. Just 10 aa a teacher, He was greater a. a man. are needed to work the county roads you a year, even if he hnltatea about SI :

a great sentence like this, pregnant Gnat a. a man, lie was greater a. a ,v'JII IIOhe the road Improvement a mont, make one brave push and .

:wIth large thought, II nut stripped of God lor In Him the fullness ot God- problt'm. All the road overseers are Me what call be accomplished In a .
its treasure bl a second or third rt'ad- heed i made its 110me. For the first . 'ptxif '
week. It III not only In finished undertakings
It 11 prIde In their
said special
taking "
Ing. It I. a thought centre round time; man was taught br: a Life bow :you uk him for them; !Jf b. hun't act them.0\ ; "r l;
:which the mind may revolve with Increasing to live his own llte. God fought for work, and the eight separate forces that w. ought to honor they're worth waiting for until h. gets tbem. I
profit you In the Incarnation of His Son. ot men und..r the overseers are g1VID& useful laborA. .plnt goes out ot the

Str1Mly speaking then, what I. God fought for you In the mysterious: excellent .ervlce.-B1rm1ngbam Alre'Herald. man TotIo means execution whIch out- The RIGHT SHOES for ALE SORTS 01 WEAR'YOI1

meant b7 one man chasing a thousand agony of Oeth.emane God fought for lives this most unUm.l endlna. All '

Dooa It mean that one man, br: his :you In the blood-red suffering of Cal.vary. who haTe meant good .work with their GaD pay' u little or ai much'ul.OI1' Dt to... .,, >

physical prowess, NJl drive _a thou. ; God fought for you 111 the darkness .. Comleg rut" whole hearts have ,done coo.ct work. ,For the moat for your mq.oe, buy .Rl6eu,: '

sand men before him You onder, of the tomb. God fought for you Martin Dodlte, dlreetor' the 01llceIf'I'ublle .1thouch. they may die before they

at We folly of such a que.UoD. ,Still on Mount Ollvet"; when Christ was' ( Road Inquiries .1' stopping bY. time to sign lU Every: heart that trt1Itimer-l vttr <n flu:: ..
taken up the gloryy of ills ascending
some people re'sb fond of mea.urlng at the Part Avenue Hotel. ,
baa beat strong aad d1eertuII7' has
life and men by the yardstick: of physl- body throwing a..ahln1n. splendor over :f SHOE EXCL.U8IV.aTa. .
cal bulk that its absurdity mock the track yours will go. In countless .It II remarkable what a hold the left a. hopeful Impulse behind It In .L.AiitCiutaT- FINE' ,, ,
: may
them Into a better vIew Physical I ways the Lord your God, He It I. that Idea of good roads baa taken upon the world, and bettered. the traditions !!T. LOUTS 'U.'S. A. ae

UII. I never did run smoothly on a ftghteth for 'oul He lights for you the minds ot the people ot every class! Dr DlanJdlld.-2.0bert bouts 8teveneon. .. ', .

spiritual! track: and they never will in the blessings Be rains upOn .you In every section," be said last night , .: .". Tr
day In home In "In the extreme East much interest "
because It I. Impossible The thousandfold by dar: your your a.

m.n, according to Joshua, III bUlllnela, In your society, In every, I. shown 1Ia In the rural sections.I THE IGNOMINIOUS END.
the In I privilege you enjoy, God fights for am all sorts or r
man league with God, housing answering inquiries cried ;; .
child, her mother 'Ii'
"Mr: poor '' ,
God's battlefields smokeless I'
'ou are ,
God' purposes and co-operatlotr with from this city since the BrownloW' bill
God's plans. waiting God'. signals but they: are "lctorloull'Ve providIng government old has been introduced Is the beautiful girl came home sobbing -

and answering Goo' volC", watching discover the second reason for Into Congress."In at the end ot ner-wedding !rip, Say Plainly to Your Grocer
God' strldAs IB history and hearing the mllltlpllM power ot the thouland. "what In the world h. happened or ,
told man In the last clause of text: some parts of the South this subject -
God's truth, dropped In golden numbers my What bar the monster done Tell me
".A. U. spoke unto you" It la J08h- of good roads has actually superseded '
from "tbe of Gods eternal
harp -tell me, darling, quick. Don't..ep
:years" lIe la the man with hJII feet U8' way of telling ua that God always the race question In political back.' That :you want LION COFFEE always: and he. .

on ..he earth his bead among the stare, keeps His engagements "0;' says and other conventlona. anythng being a square man, will,not try: to .u; ,. ." .;.
d-d-dream I.
It" all :MT '
and his heart located In heaven, be- some one, "he 1. talking about God'spromises They lire begging from far off 011. over. thing el e. You may not care for our: opinion but .,,, .

cause heaven III located In his heart Dow-and they ore old." Alaska, even, for Information and ald. ended )41 II--h'hop" are ahatteNd. tJ:, .'

Be I. the IOn of yesterday, the man Yes, let u. admit the proml. are On the Canadian aide of Alaska, where He douo't l-I-Iu-Iov. m. any: mor. What About the United Judgment .of 'M'Ioe3o '
old. But In growing old they barekept be wanted to gather
ot to-day, the Leif ot to-morrow-lfl'ate- Yesterday me
good roads have received IntellIgent
ful for :re.terday' goodness ln.plredby their youtb. What sturdy youngsters lip aU his old letters and burn then." houeekeeperr who have used LION dOE1I'Elf! Fir
they; arel We cln't afford: to government attention flour costs $8:
to-day's blM.Jnga, and rejoicing 1n rule them out on account of ace. Moat In the distant regions not tar from the for over a quarter .of a century I ,1
to-morrow' hope. And he I. All .
because he I. In league with God, and ot the best things In this world are American line, the same flour costs HONEST CONFESSION.A Is there any .trongnproof of merit;than the .' ..

knows It: because he III In love with old. The sun la old, the stars Ire old $32-bl"'Cauae"' the expense of hauling Dor'a T.III o. ........, l lConadente
God, and feels It: because"' be I. living the ocean III old the mountain I. old, over the existing American roadway. of the People'
In obedience and will. !eve I. old, music JII old, father I. old, "Tbe demands of There of
to God it the people throughout are DO fairer set men on and ever Iner'ea.IEUpopalartty?
mother II old our dearest friends areold.
Moreover, the thoolllndfoid man I. ; But we are, not ashamed of them the South are forcing some ot the earth than the doctors, and when they ; DON COFFER, ta' Carelaltyt.teateeted -

the man Gol1 waits tor. It Las ever on that account So Ood'a promises most conservative Opponents of government bd they have been In error they an at Ole plaataUGa.aJaIppaC .

been "one man ot 'ou" who hal opened are old. But they have grown old 10 aid In Congress tram that usually: apt to make honest and manly direct to oar wartoua iaetaia, J 0!I

the largest doors ot opportunity and : gracefully that we ought to b. proud part ot the country: to take an attitude confession ot the tact. '
where it 1.aldIllul/yroasledaael.
achievement 1n the history of the to ot toward It A In Ie that ot eminent
to walk lite' pathway, keeping step approval the project isadlderent case point an
(1W0rld. One maD and God-tbey are > earelallypaeked lalMAl.. pa'" J.
their mighty mUlllc. What would we matter to reply: In the nega- practitioner, one ot the good old school,
absolutely unconquerable. Graspingthe do without them? Certainly) this worll1, tire to the farmer who argues that who lives 111 Texa. His plain, un- agc.nUlcelooae eotleew1sieitrL "
tangled threads of hillory, they would be a very; lonely place It the exposed 10 germs. d....'1aJ --t
have tied them Into one solid knot of the same government which gives varnished tale needs 110 dressing up: : .
divine purpo.e. And that purpose forever old proml'H dldn't now and then about $3Oooo, a year for river and "I had always bad an Intense prejudice sects.etc. LION COFFZErsallsea, r" ....
steal Into our hearts and hush their ,
stands the pledge at a better fearsA man's spiritual exchequer I. tlnrbor Improve eats should wllllngl 'whlch 1 can now see was unwarrantable t roe au pure ands Clean ors wbe* '

. world and a nobler race.. Da :you worth something when he knows It I. give $8,1700,000 year for three :rear. and unreasonable, against allmechly It Iell Ole .aetOl'7 Bold GGI.Jd' \ ,j e

!Wonder that even God can atrcrd to backed 117 promises a. changeless a. to enable him to build better roads, advertised foods. Hence, 1 ,40 o . f Ib. paekage8. t'

waft for such a man? Then Jet your God Hlmllelt. "I will never leave thee particularly when under the terms or never read .a jun. of he many 'ads '" : Y

!Wonder give away before this mighty nor forsake thee." That promise alone the appropriation be must expend: an of Grape-N, nor tested tbe -foodtill Lion bead on every package.r

;fact world: God remains baa to C"ODsUtuted walt, ao long III It aa la, the for la enough to make a man a spiritual. equal-amount for the same purpose. last winter."While 'BaTe'the e_r4 ion-head. for valnable premlum&. ( lit'

mUllonaJre. But remember there are "Tbe farmer the railroads and almost In Corpus Christi for mT
a man to come forward and say, 'lIere 33,000 Ja God'lI Word that sing GROCERS'EVERYWIIERE-
am I-use me." God answers back, over the tune The thousancttold man every aggregation of capital are health, and vllllUne mr: youngest .on. SOLD BY "

"I have to use you, because 1 Jlaven't mak.same much of the old promises because together on, thlll subject Good roods who hex tour ot the ruddiest, healtb- WOOLSON SPIOE CO..Tobdo,':.;;

anything else to use." When a man they have made much or him. feed the railways aDd In return reduce lest little boys I ever saw, I ate m-

comes out like that from the Ilttlenelll .. the frost ot commodities which 20 first dish of Grape-Nota food tar supper .1 r

of self Into the largenelll ot God, that to the flrmerll. Hanutacturers are with InJ' little crandlln. 1 became '

moment he stands forth In God' unl'Yerlle' .rID."U. benefited In both dlrecUonl. The rurlll ceed1naI7 fond ot It and have .... CENTB BUYS "A, :
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thoullanJrold man I Cba.lnga God keeps a reward for the man wb!
a free and collection Iii eaten a package ot it every week since, h '
delivery system FISH BRAND SLICKER "PACKAGEI 'l atw",
thousand becomes the buslnellll or who does right THE ; '.
thousand It I. lopsided religIon that leaves its final value hinges on the question and find It a delicious' refreshing and ; .
his l1te. Chasing a temptations a A VALUED FRIEND ECONOMY: BLUE(
chasing a thousand sine; chasing e coachman at the urb. ot good roads.-New York Herald. strengthening food laving 110 III et.fed. ;,

a thousand civic wrongs, chasing a The best evidence of :your own alvation I whatever, causing no eructations "A good many yea ago I bangle a Makes Full Quart Basi Wash DlallC:; .

thousand social e.11I1 But does he 1. your Interest In that ot others. H..a..l..d T.f.ph6.ea.The (with which I 'was formerly mush. FISH BRAND Slitkerud It boa poem t. yr, as II.. msrkKhJl.k.a.Wr er lea ,.' .

stop there? Never I ChadlJl a thousand When God takes our hand He asks French telephone service hasjust I troubled). 110 sen+eof, fullness, nausea, a ol_ 6i-S b many -a day. lots will and av mail pNaaa epos aaof! yam.". .
.. ... , or
accorded to tire pUblic one of those .pI! .ad rose de&le. aa- 'h
take the hand of another.
lost God, chasing ue to dllltreu of stomach In
men toward nor any w.y. w It is geedng ol&asd I mat haw B&JMcDe.8101o Cs., Isatrttlls,lq. .
them Into fellowship with Jesus Christ There III no comfort In Repose when little amenities ot civilization which "TbMe I. 110 other food that agrees aootbat Plane sand me a pda4tst." .. .. ,
from their haunts ot Its head II pillowed on aD aching might, with obvloul-a4'vantage be extended ..Krv Krvylf.ylf.
chasing them 11P with me 10 well, or sits a. lightly or ('Do_.,... .. -
sin towardthe splendor touched peaks h art. to the worl In every public pleasantly stomach this -...,,_."Inb". ...Pi..11.Mala.n '
upon 017 a .
ot a pure and radiant manhood! That The circumference of Influence de- once there will henceforward be hung doeI 1m stronger and more'acU y. HIGHEST AWARD 1'cmt"'UI.1904_ ? :
I. the mission of the the>uaandfoldman. ponds upon the man at the centre of linen'han4lkerchler .
a white ; treated
mission the circle.By since I began the use ot Grape-Nut. A. TOWER C0. rlBoMaae . ..
And In. these days: the J tlonegl.Gouf. . .1 ayou.
chemical solution with
fa crying II with the lips of Got,. the prayerful: study oJ the Scrip'tures with a which than I have been for ten :yarn,.and am v."A.v ..._NM/Yp .;; ..

,Where III the man? comes the knowledge ot the c1I- every; person can cleanse and disinfect no loner troubled wIth nausea and In. 'I'OWBR 1AD1aNCOMPANY. I I '.' .... '1..t1.'O&)', ... ..
the plate or tube, before using it, If "
It teaches vine wlJl dlCl'itlon.' Name ciTeD ro.tuOICo.
Furthermore history; one 1)7;) La-4 : "
lesson It II thla-God has Ills waits Many a parent,has entered the gates he will only iIo .0 also after breathinginto Battle Creek lIIi h., CasadeWssWatlrea.tba.ttnlts.....,.._....A- NEEDLES;.:,

and p&uaea. And for what! Why of pearl becaass the band of a llWehild It himself for several minutes, 10 I Thers's a rUlOn. Ia .
sod lists
for some man to lay hold of m. per I was on the IatdJ.-UnJtecI Pre. much the NUer. These handkerchiefs :I' Look IJ eacb"111:.. for the famouIutt aIIldDd881_wwk....,.. SHUTTLES.,"II' _

poses and carry them out God has b7terJan" -- are .renewed. dan,. 1Ioo ,,'"Tb. Road to W.UYiUe." M ... \ '. ttRr41RL' "..... ;.

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lit "K'I I 11(111' "uVIT. D'e! Unller Section :8 of
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-T--- 0.1.. CUI ,,1\ FIuKii'A. Cheiucery. ChaptN H La\\s 'N'l. li, % ii! sIT 1 V f. It lIt I I ft ,.1 Chapter 4888. Laws
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si Thurlltla e'cetlng. F\ o'clu'k.1II..s liii .,,. c.l )I. II LsimslshM.itFli 'I J I' I Isiui.! I' ii.5. s. rI iflsiiti- t h. Sims I iii's..f
c U hut tts'ri I> "'o In Ih. -.t 1
t& Beleol4ldmaUer twill iiolbe rPIIIned ulileti lIool..n's l (uRic i 1 :('ef; iii I 1',101", I o'r'i.i.t.t..t I"'r.tlltt.tOi'liH. 'w..n u\ h"1.,101 ... I ''isis isislif. serf,, heal.. slush 1555 ..."....III., ..! .5 w IC 'lIhlN'ils"fI. l'turjsti, I 1..11.1',' who II" lii..lissjsrrsv..uu.s.ssi. s,.'."... I I'"I.-.". .nutrmrtiflinl. .
c\ .alIN lor. _ _ !Friday evpni ntH o'Ick. u 10".1.,1,1,,, ,1..r.I., ",i.t I fist ".',I\c. ""i'sIrs'lisig ,.. Ian iii K .1.1 .. III I keist' I .......,. ,515511) J" I itt I 5.. ,SI u'isI isis 5 I I thursois S .11..11. : tim sin si II
P. \ ses.sie sits tt" .JoI I d Iii
.. I I i,iutui I I. i ii t.r I Iu. isge of t..1IrI\1I ".is I is. ...,,\ i.II thu. I Ih .I.y ...rIu. k I' I I.' 5w A \ I.'OW I M.3 A I 0. lIst'sW'stsssiai ) ,
1 ; .M IRS. flu P'.R' Eloelltlun I.dlal: .. .. .. ..II Is I'.r' I ftisiuiits'sust
8UBiCRIPT3O RATER I I. .tiler I tui usgs ..t t ii ..11'.11.' )'u.s I is .1\ I I. II"' .. I "Isis IDj .111..1'.III'C"' isiis5s, iseiil 1101 it thy .ftI.I..1 .11/'t1..In,.,.
11 'dcl'k If .. .. .. t hit "sits .t"v..1 A II) Is'siI" I us iisl ess I I hlstu.itAi
Sunday morning. or .10..1 Ih"l .1 Id 1I..1I.'d..1I1' I l'c'.lalll' AI..II. .1
I ODe ooP'. all one ,e., u.m<<' ',', Bacculaurl'ate !"l"rltJolJ. I "...1 h'I b. h. ...10, re111f''It"1, I" is piitsr I.. I Ih" ,..) t: 1. I.I'J..Y. [ J, IIf.Al'r'!_ A 1-11.1>_._ ., 5
ODe coP,. IUOuLIIUJ '.:..:... 'I l 1111 ,",1 "''''111.1",". ,11",1 ,Its .....1 i'sisl.V iii) sir h... (14.. I k i I. lull I ssisrl. :Nitjt't- I 5. 1.; 5sl'.s.l.lYf \
t ODe ooP'. Ib ree nuutbt .lE4v. H. 1'. Juckiotu ,, .'tpplictti'tti] : FOI' Ta ('hirk I 5n-sui ( ssssrtt
r.o Miti'lu'. II."h) ., Monday .."pnlnJ,!. 8 o'eck!( ..'1"\1 tee. .h.. ..II'IHII.. is sit .,1,1 hIlt Sill ttiiski III IIAHKLI.. 0 CNoti : ) ). ...(ll.II''r! Stt lion 8o( II) W. p-i hIAht'uS'lCl.L, I 1.) "C.1. tim5i555l) y"da.
FrIday May I2th,1905. Hl"Clarnation" Medal ( '(In\'(>sl. t .. ns .... ... .1 .tJ'. isaiil 1 ItefeticisuitI
__ __ I "(;oll..l.unll. UII arid LIIILioll" I It I I I... fiuslIur, ,...."....,1 'lust \\101. orI"r tHo 1.iit, of I )..j : ,
I 1.It. "14)115' a 5 4 ..k fir cis fit i',1i14C4'tit w"'k.II ii -a,. :'Iotl: ot ) .
; I Nellie Lniftr'Sallv It t ''h.. K issltiussie'aI'.y' ......u,' .4 titi .1'.alwriititl.tieil :- .. I. lst.tu'l. .o' g:I Vu Ii I limit un tIe .5th ,1... sit id.l. ( ( API) icattutI ..0. T.I'I I
: TOPMOHIHIT SEIJIIIJIIO II'iI LAKE Anh's I<:"pp..ien.e": ,Its ssll, 'u""lv. Slut "'nIP A sits II.' A I I' I'isL'i,' n I. is III lsrssl 51, isslIr .1".1 D".ccl Undl'i" Section :8 01
I Ten I iarce '11",. .\ tin'" 14h. 100',. S i'eis 0111,5. .ss.1. .II'h'r. I.. ills. '.." "I) .1 iisIs. sit N i ml. Is's' I. hi fr,.Is v I I"..m I.t list .J P it... u'x I'ur- \
: TOHOPEKALlf 1 u E I. 1.111 I'\: ". ( 51.15' l's I islilitI Jl' ii', I sisI< 10 I... sIl5. Cues ru, hut 5 truth site Nis ,lOs isussifi. oJ.I .1110,. Chapter -tIiR" Law1 or
1 "Tlw I i'rr-n1h EnRiln" .C'"II Bryan .i.VAt 1 ('I"rk 1.1"11\ I oul1.. .tisritsI: > I' X45'mlIisrS .if. SIms. E.I"I..r. hlslsr) "I shut 7th .1.. sit JII" A I'' .lists ,1t.1 lisO. Issue 1
:. "' "The Two HunltwliYR" Vi dun Lee l1y W K JiiiINu4iON. IJ ,; ivsr.tre.t d",1 fiii'sI\' s.aIsI 5 ,'ritii 1. isIs. III uui, Ills u. sus.I! hiss Isisils.. Florida. 5
: Acting under Inlltructlon" from the "The Fall of Pimhertun MI1II1" I I'. A ANMAitW. 1" I.. 1) l.\"II..ltFY-T.. .1"1. sit' r... Iou sliest lu' Is.siii I In itIsiltul 55 nIpsishil
i ,iui 10k' 5' I.., I ..11..lftllllllll.. MI' 0\ .. "..1IH. .1. lawSell iIslis' I Is h..Io) K'' H'I\ ,,,' It I: I I.r, r (
Count! Commlllslone< P. A. Vanll . . . . 'It urlplta Pfann"The a ,111"Notlet'' ''- KxocsstorsNti : i c'lln."I ' Ih. (ishlisisis' ,I.. I'sluru basil sit. isis I i'rIilii'usls-. -"M. .lSli'.l II". . 1
Agnew. Esq. ,Attorney for the ) UPl'OhPd Speo'h of Ht'lulI"lI..nly !! \ - -- -- : -- --- --- .s'FIIuisI I liifsi'rt, %' .tln..oJ III .'Stills 555 IlK'IsO'Husruife .1 IeSf. I 1..1). I. A I' I I.550 luais ii ".1 .ui'i 1 , S ,
,. ,
.c-. drawn the following bill 'or. Anderson of FiiitIApplicttion St'ttleml'lIt and it-c 01 Filial Settlement and In .II : In) .ItIrs' .1 I... ususisi. .1" "" ,,5 '"
"Vd I ... I.). hisS ,10",11.. Iss.sii. I" Is.
All 5
warded' sit Is muss1 all .uf 55.5 7", ...... ...hll'11' .u'ssru iii's S "h I. vs
I J.
W U.n. W.
?)1 be Introduood to the Lejrlela.ture.WatRon The to GRADUATING RXERLISFS.Pleno fur Discharge. I Appication! : for liscltarge'. itr Ii'I hes.". ,,1.\ ci isi list ssg, a..... .(."f "I I 110., .t"I..f ,'.sIsI ris.-sI.s eristi..iit.. :;:115 iissiim'I osirsum.: ..Ill lIss us' .si's.Isilss., iii I '' sssisii. ,:I- v- 11

'i but b designed 10 problbil. seining In Sololtertha".Sydney: Smith r.. .11 "hom It ma.n''n : Not.... I" h..I,,; Ill Vi.lI chili I h.. 110.1..1.. h Is.. l.SuiiiIsi.5. '"f .,ushi "flillc'' ,ste ''nI"I liMos... ssf "Iluirhsha.tlssi'hu. "II"to'viII. "hs'thsus, suM ,., ''I ?'. It' _,_II "sr j
'* L&keTohop.ekaflg : Ivy Clout/'h. Nitit ii hereby "h'ell Ihlll the titili.rssIgsiesl. e ms A.I".I....'<.' "f f liii s'isIA' ti.. ur I< II I I.auIu.... Ii" I.uii is ii : Islrtuta' Asislillisum lii h" 555555i''Isv ,.
Oration " Education itiud] the :atlon" ft p KII".lIftn 01 the .I.le ..f Ira I...... M III": I.-s'.oissl. ..,..I..r "tsiry IMnhi-r. .....,_d. will 1'111 tuis.' ."I.t "....Ufl.I ....5. 5 lust I Ist resh.. ...'1).1 as' ' 'I Is.esitil I Illicit 's I l'Iut'st 4" ,,lu-I- I I "' !
.: 443ItLTO; BE ENTITLED : herbert Spt4r. .'ill. ii HuL"r.III,'. tin' FI'"l Issv 01 JIIIA 1 II. 'on Wndll..I".thn :Mch ,1J\y..r ( sets.slu..r. A I. '''rotln... I" hiss I..x fl.ssl Si ,III ls.uue \tIurrusou ..ts IfiiIv.usuiii: ; fnssI:iii: tss-Isp ssuts" : a..ees rlsfl.I.. mI at 555:: ,. :sit:
1\1I..ln\ Ihe (' euuil llfUI). usialu. Ih..1 .tlh'rn"111 Ilh III 1 lit lh "stt. sit lollH'., 0\ II 1551'", i-u I' It.' nis.ssi. .1
1'.II.t.lo tot .
otinty JII"IP' "" Ib"C..unty .
.,.AI. Act J.o Prohibit the Catchfng Recitation . "How the Church was Oi.euoia l'oUhlY. Flortlla. 011 the PrObIttA. .lri.Ie 0'a.ld ,Jud..... of Oiis-uoiis County, $tKtA of F'.I.' WII,its. .IIY i "m'lal .hl".IIIre aI'oI cciii this t'roknnwn 1.1.t es isistul ( ,tllI'o.I .. ,101111 i is's re.iisiiiiiul .
of Fish In LAke Tohpptka.llga.In . ... . . Built 81.Kehoe's Bar" court. m.k.. my 1I'1al report siel settleileni. e, refer of ...1.. and apply to ....Iiij.nurI. (151.1 tIle mil (lIly ot lslsit t I) hIuI-rt-ull siocuirsitiSir las law tax sIss.J ..111 .ksssu.
OfICDOla Couzity. State. of 'lorlda Geeeva Simpson l .. (luerdIlin or .fthl eist.stA'. assist strir I.eslIoot.rt fur atluieusirjts.: as u.sii1 usutrntnhi.stmter.Thist ri:: i K .'irlt'rk \". IIiiess oIl lit ::17110 'lor of )10)'. A. I.. lISts
i funny dl..haru ci .Id UII..1 ..u.'A .A1.rlllllth. UIIII. M. KATZ. 1:1",1: ('.sIur ( OII"lIlre a..1 011.1 thIs the
# wlt.l\ Any Seth Net or Set Devloe: DQClamatlon. . . .Henry W. Grady lufa Decrntber9tb. 11104. A.. ..d"'inllll..t.or 01 H..d RNIItOis : .. 0'1\1)1. tosiu.ty5 'Iurlda. JexaI.J) Itlll tI'of "I.rn A. IJ lIst'sIC. Ji'
"It; :: a d J>rov'dioJr' a l'eDalL, therefor. . 1 . ,-.on our Southern Problem JOliN M. LEE. . A. V..Acuulw.. tiy W. 8. JIAIiWELL. 1>. (J. 4lurk CircuIt ( :. r. LisIirY.
.i, I BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS. : John Joboson. ... Al G"ardlau of the Estate" 01 Ira I .... holieltee for Adm1nlat..tor. .' H'W.tI.IIAk"Y-I.-\'C.0"0' C.'o"nl .I'ksrItis, .
'P. V..t
A. AORICw.AttlorlueT SEE
,.. ,4 T..ATURE OF THE STATE OF 'LOH. Oration. . . . .Ollr Literature. for ".rd'.u. '
) IDA Eugene Bryan.C1as -! I II -
: 1
Pro"h'l . I..lzzle Carson Notice of For Tax -
: 1. That
Seqt.loo >
any pt'rson or I>f r.lion. I I

who .b..11 catch or take any fish BUY A :N Jo:8T\BLISIlJoD: I : Bl'Sl-II Dt't"d Under SectIon 8 of :: JEJ A -DSEE '. I
ID the waLt'rtI of Lake" '
J. \
Tohopekaligu NESS und
' I Recurt torourRelf fit llteaciyhUHin" Chapter 4888. Laws olF'lorida.
10 the County of Osceola" and Stat: of .
: inouuie: 1I ill the old, f".hlon.d ;

i ,, Florida with any seine 0. npt 0" a-.y Llmp-tl'i..d itietiuuud. uf.t..ttlnlo. { tirLiilon ; OUR NEW LINE OF .-r- ...; ... _ _. . ,
:_ _ "
: .et IIlan) be : :
cJevlce. 1
guihy of oils , :
a 'I. monkey'L rich qlllek" I 1\.110' I I. h.h' 1(1\', Ihut ",.kl.. ties.piursiusser -
,, 00J',1Ind upon convl.tlon flu-re. 1I'hem.'s I ut Tex ( "Ifl""h", G7l iitjI ifPit.i.4lC4 .

J? _' of shell be punished hy a tine of not : we h..k..II"are the' In only the exelu.rive"luttuiness citlntry! ''.!. NISSI 110.. 'rol A essit I'. '.110" "c.iIii Ii..s' iii 1110.\Ap.lI..1'1' A i'er v.'I' I Dry Goods I '

i lose than twenty-five< !rlollarui nor mor' und ('an "Ia'p you In ''U1 i-st ahuished. ,lii, m) ..fII'.... 1111,1 hiss m.I" slesslltu" .)" Clothing ; 1
I \ than Ave hUDdre< dollarli, 0. hy un' good paylnl{ bU..JtW8R. no ItJUlter where for. 'nx ,ci,,,,11 10 1..lIe I I.. ""''....,1.I.40,, "llIn.Wt.s14 I'
? c..IIII"II'' cuitresi. use I..II.'I" d.1""I".rty ,
prl.onmenL In the
I ;;J Couety jail Dot ex.eeec1101f S ) OU wish to loate.: \o\'rite today anti .''rl"i,1! .1111"1.,1 I I I I" 0"01. I iso is I)'. I ,II KAI[
: 1., six months, or by bot.h suet I'L w. k now whut you w. :tnL--HoIUH'I'I Iiorl',ls., to 'isIS I 'I!

? ? tille.aad iauprlsontnetut: and the pout.L. 1\1.' 1'l'lu/I; S C... I INI' 1'1'I''l'-tlCHU.! I.ot I s.r A.I".h..I,1o lOt, I) .Ih' iii hh'k j II.... AND
HI.loo ftcKI..IIDIII.I .' ii isis 10"1 7't 4 ,,If H W NOTIONS. '
by lot
< any perljOD 0. persons of F I'A. Vuirr. ... .
.y truly loU Ic 'I Itll. 1.1111..11 I. K iiIinsspe. "",. H ,h It,
anI ieine net or set device on Lh W&. HOUT. M. Jol'HICII: ( & LX). I INCA ; K .l.. It I' 7', H, \\ \jil II I fl j
r. r I' or said Lake, or un the short This soul l.n,1 ,Istisi' ..iseiosnd at the cJ.P "f -

.-. '. "' :\J.bereof.: shall be prima facie evldeuot: World Wide Rel'lItationWhiLe'1i M the I 1..1. Cook. "n.1 siot A. J, 'i'lttuffi.iti 11.11..11J..I. \ In tlii' ".lUc..r .--1.---- - ." - -. ._-..._-. ._-..._-..."..-...,.;;or.. ,._...".;;;. \'
) e1guIlt.. I.
... ,I
Cream V"I'mlh'll"" has achieved ( Il-isis 0.1,1 ( .Ilh'Ooh,11 I he res1s.eisci, ae
i::1 ect.loo t. All laws or parts oriawi I a world wide .'orsltug 10 Iftw. tax ,",,..1 is\ III I..lle Ilseresiti sin I I - 1
I reputation as the l7th) .s.y..f Mey A I I' I'.L --
,, J; conflict herewith be and the
same I OOlnal the best of all wo..m destroyers. WI".e.I .. my ""i.I,1 t .11I1I..1"e toil n'ftl. t hI.. I III. I
_ _ _ hereby repealed. and for Its toiiir' InQlwl1c' 011 weak and hi.. 2r.t Ih .1 us)' "I A 1.11. .A .1>. list'' I 1
[stALl} I': I. I.I'':< I.I'Y. .
11': ..,.; unLhrlfty (hildretu, as it lIeutl'alloK, ""rk
( I .1.1..1' 1
'. '" :' A Creeplaa: Do.tlt. the u.cldlly: 0. SOUI'nHRH or the ..I tuuith, oisseu.a "'5 iii Is I 3 I.'1.,1.1"B J

Blood poison creeps ..J> toward, the Impro"e"thelrdlloehL< and aRsitnila.tion ) \I' S JIARWV.i.L..I5' I: 8
of food. 'inrengtiieos!! their ,n.'rvolls i

4 "Delle'hearb.Causing-d.n.PIal". Minn., J.wl'il.-II K Stearni: that system ann l'eHI..r'H th"llltO the health, Notice 01 AppJication to Sell I 'We Have
friend trea.dfully lnjurd hill hand vigor and ela."tklty uf .pil'iLH natuirauto Personal l'nlpcrty. Chopped Down High rriees.
.. .cflswelied like blood cltlldhu..d. ThulJa"olh'l1) ( I {,iituerurru.AreYoi . ;
up p"lsonlnj. Suites, Is lieretiy jtl< yen that time is tel' i t.tsieilxc :
Ruclrleo' Arnica Salve drew Lint I thi Restless at Night 4wsrl: isis, sit (1st .istMte5 iii ,ls.i' iIlisis, t.isW: .
Poison. bl'laled the wound, und ..I rl.ti.e "''I.>. tinier, ,, 'II... 1.Klllley HIIo.. Jest
flu lIre. Des the bliV ( And harnessed .luy a. bad "oullh'? t..e -lie. 11",1 tbtlis-r, ,.11..01111..,", ..1'1.1.1' I to 0.. ,8
10 world" fur hu'ull, 1 lIallar.tJ'li lIOJ'eh..uncl Ilsisi,, \I' \Ft Johll". ('15,155, ty .11"1" I ii 011.1 fisttie Z4"YOU ;
and Syru n, will NEED
: res. 25(3 at Osceola l'hal'rn(' ( Cisisist: is of o.c'.I.. "noJ HINI" ist .11"1.,101. Ott OUl GOODS f;
,druJr .wre. secure you sound .sleep and effect 5lurotupt tAedieislity. Ih,' 17'" tlllY of May. A I. I\HI6.I ----i_ tIcL : .
,, i . and raulleal cur'e 2.'oc. F41C arid 10 II Ill isis isiiid sic! )'. for ass ssrlet 'n st-Il sit
:L.. Do"You, Want *1.00. $old by Thoma..o. & lEolierson I t.h''u cc Se tile 1..1'"w"K. ; ,1.,111..1 i'ts I'k. "I I \ ; WE NEED
; To Sellour BuRl ra 55K llitt I I" Ih. esOif. Csiis"I.I. tis.c..I.. I, ___ YOUl MONEY. "
-il --" l188sl' We can sell your hu..ln"HH, 110Itj A Posltlvo 'I. h" CIII Irs, 1.15$ C, ", ".k.l. I ri Ui ,Ii,.I..hlr ;
.:- "'. matter where h Is locul"d. This Necessity ""'''-41.-11. III ..III' esir..1..1' It. 5) shills III .
Is .
liet eli r "'.11.1 \Ii. ( Its list ri.) the Isrisert "III. I
11, ". tbe age of special Ists. We having to lay upon my bPd for 14 .. . ) .
are the run i tsr- .1"1..1 tie cc iii A.iit ; .1111 I Fe .1'Kk ssissrkoh ( gut 1II.I.k4.' '
r.r; ,.' Iy exclusive business h..kol S III tbe I days from a severely brul..e". lei 1 I L 55 .JI"fok ii".leIt.U, 1''r-01LIi.' I In Os.seIer S Bc.nn'.' PlI'lJIlLjl1;' ";
: We tune . only found relief when" I used .hutili $5 sit 1 irk is l.itrbII I I isis' r: p
:" country. huy. ... Whit a Sof :Vil'( ; Issirl. I 11(1: ,ti5I5l'!rt)' of :1,1.e: cuts tois Shoes lIots I.ndies
ii{" !\' \bare, 'ou\o offer Wo !,I'lnI"'y'r/ Ballard' Snow I..inlmellt. I a.1JrecolDn..nd. tfus, ..1.1 I."w rettri'; Intl.. stink "'ark..I: I and tiellts Fisriiisliiiigs.CHAS. ;
: j, _.Jd seller together and mill lu- quid k cliteifully it Its the I..L ( ruts, 10,10. I III ilit U' U,1"1"r" I is use isiS tier .
_ _ ..Iea.', : RoBERT M. EUIJ11 .I Co. medicine for bruises ever sent to th. e"r h.a.\. fI ((1.5 h.Ih. "r..l)' "r thutibtisti. 0
: 5sf the said Pt:Im.',. I Y"I1 I ru' sits ii' C. so.,k.I : :
, 4 1ll 1)A. allllct.ed.. It has now become a Iosl- ..w.II..I..k "n.I..II.1I hl..isr-.Ie-ulss\ III .. .
_ _ ____ "" .ft.. '
v' /, 1\ .: --- =::-'_. -Live necessity upon uuyselI.Z1'j3ywealoreh H\\.I1..r"k usiiir esist, t "I'rl.11 In ills. lit. luir w. DANN
I B1iud' :: : ant. DU'erR'vill cult: tire. lists-si' :2l! ((2 Iar), I Ise 1''J"rty..I I heIis'tistt. IL .
tit ut Ih" .1.1 ,
Mi'IOusti.y : I.ilIre' stunk.sji5rked .
le 'J'exall: )
c- ----a -il.ooThomason .
: s. stIsiS Sort .lc..101L ,Is. si, .'. ;
& Itober on. -- ..:pui'n: pper..e..4 ....JII.'I., I l"lhe ..1111" r car:
: ifr.;f' J. \ Tiger Liceltses.l.ikr -- -- ha-; 45 r'-tJ' ... .-(..."iitwf..thaeajj

r The OVerland Limited .0 California ,,.,'k awl its., entire atusric. uii.r'keT," tI'nss.tUliisiir& :c---- -, __ _ .
: I sussus cur 1'I'r.I"" ,,,t.lertsit,. I" thin
..Tb'e' In' the office\ of the col IR I- )'*lI.vesUniun l'asseng"r Station, Chic a- iii 'hsi-r ..ur hurst",!,' t I'1'( 10"1. (h" IirolrtY

,. 3.eor'pfiDternaI revenuEI, in J a.ckHonIUe. I. Io, 6.0.3 P. M. daily arrives San Francisco or. 11.1..1", 01 thu.eshul. tether ' "
,t, ,. ., I. to the 1 bit., April 14th ,I'ss. .
open publl" An k I4 I- thethl..d day Intlme for dInner M KATZ.As .
ur pection of t.bls Mlr1ster will\ show ou eat itoute-Chlcago. Milwaukee & St: O".o\I.n 01 tifthl :.l......

about sixty persons have secured Paul Railway Union Pacific anll I'.A"AN AttN t..W.ll LET ME SHOW VOi.Ji

,1rt, 'J )Iud tiger, llcenae' 10 Volualacoun-Ibye Southern Pacific Line. All tickeAgentrseil t llcllo for t .dl.D

$ow. t.o' tbU a alcedr ouotyP via this route. Ask them i ito Saved by ynamlto.

.,. , eQunty has stedf&et17. vote do ..0.Haodsome.
rJ" for &bou flfteeo ,ear*. book desurlptive of Call Sometimes a flaming city Is saved My now: Dtoe( of lrl'oezP
by dynamiting a space that the fire ) : Je,4
PUnder the old high license regEnt forn-Ia .sent for .b Ct'nl.8 'postage. F. can' ,
couot never had over LeD or a A. Mifler. .General Passenger Agent cr'OIiS. Sometimes5' a cough frjgOI'atol'S
hangs on 80.long. feel I If an d lee
) ozen ...1000.. ..nd.. revenue of .e.!. Cbicago or W. S. Howell.3HI Broad but you all noth.j ( hcst s Sido
Inll dynamite would cure It. ,
New York.
a1 t.bOU."Dd.
doUara wa. paid way.
Gray of Calhoun Ga. wrlLes I I Boards
'f : "My
...1000.." UDder So\ving :
our present syi I -- Nlachillus
wife had .
a i
I '. 4 no )'eveDue Ie t.urned io to tbS ; A Guar.teed Cur. for Pllell. which her very aggravated cough and
kept awake
fl$7,: whether is 1. collected 01' nol Itching Blind, Bleeding or pro phYllleiaoll could not help nlg-hLa.her; so Two she I Bed-roonl Suits.S : ,

r preMD''. .y.tem of winking: at t.rudlng Plies. Druggists refund moo took Dr. KIDj{'. New Discovery for

S blind) iigeri. vb Icb 10 many case ey If Pazo Ointment falls t.o cure an11 Consumption Coughs and Colds .

rflr wide opeu .. makini' liar case. no matter of bow long standing p I which eased her coujb. gave her ..Ieep J. W.
t lJ'fiOcrtt4I' ot. a areas number -of lD 6 to 14 dal. First appllc..tioa. I'I and finally cured ber." Strictly THOMPSON

4 isp1..' Tbe posii1oetbsVoiusii I gives ease and resL. 60o.
: If.yourdru acientlflo cure for bronchitis and La.
z tke$ on this question I. cow gist huo't 4t. send roc .0 stamps it. r GrlPD, At Osceola Pharmacy drugstore FUNERAL

S -IrntypoctLical-DeLaed! :I : Ice will be forwarded JIOIlt.pald, by tarit price 50c aDd 11.00; gusraated, DIREC OR. j

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\ [6 ValieD Gazette Wa.d'1'. the, tuner. Orlando< Don't forget'the date-Frida. olM, ,Fine Cattle, I ;]
Mr C.. \ returned' Lake1and May 12Lh. .t" .,
Calyer to
Mr. Z. C. Chamblts of the Palmetto -. .
TBLBPHON& NO U. the early paK 01 the week aftera vial A" large. number of Kt..lmmeelte8 Stuck Farm Dear Ocaila. arrlqed intowo ,. '
t.o his dau&IUAlr"Mrl.. T. W. EIII. tended lobe annual loor.wa.htnlr a, .Monday wl,1 'a bunch of his truer. .

YUKL1SIIED EVEiLY .fRJDA Y. SOl sole baby shoes at DanD'1 the 1'rlmttlve\ { BaptIst church' aL Campo registered Shorthorn cattle and his

.0 BV' ,bell last sunday. had them 00 exhibition at the W, B.Maklnson : 'H. C
w. B. HARRIS.OffkIM Mr. B.; B.. was up trot The Rev. pavld D'' Kldd will bo1d.enloes Cos" aLOCk peas here this
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Miami. -'
h few days' this week vl.ILlnjf "
week. a '
In the Eplll'\Iupal! Church on "
We.ihef-Qeport. his III mil)' aDd ndhlll.Ircuh: Uour. Sunday'next, morning Prapertlermot: Among .the tot Is a' bun 'which aTAo.AP ,

A...".. TarreaAYU.a-Wes' EanIP.TUUDT : Stove Wood.-Deat Pine Btovewoneither and notl Communion at 10.30, evening weighs 2.041 pounds;twgyearling..abull ;

B..I... My 11. 11 OII. heart sap or mbed-tl.00 Prayer aDd Sermon, at T.30. and a heifer' .wblCb. weigh 1,000
.t.ran. Phone'IO'Z. pound each.
EatDJau Le.ley' W. are requested by These are probably the finest tot 'ofbeef -
Max. ,It I... Wear "Crp.sett" the shoe for men'ar. Simpson to slaw that. the pollwmce cattle that have ever bred shown ,II ORIGINATOR

-- -- Dann' will hereafter.. be open, on Sunda, 10 KlaalmmM, and have excited much I I I 0.. LOW PRtO, S.IN KI..IMM.B ,
moral from 8 to,9 o'clock.l Iosteatof
9CI asutr D g. tDtt'reaJ among our local oatt.lemell.
i41 Mr C. p"Jt purcbared 'aplaln :
ay .. 'w fill front 11 t.o 10 as beretolore.
atd.y I"l liP Clay Johnson Jr's ,pPtdee, yesl..rday; There will b., an excursion from S&.o':
oiA? . III IIHIrl and carried him to Orlando on t.he By invitation Prof Antholne, a ford and
lnterreediatepointetoTampa .
nr.4N). aN I noun train., noted oculist 01 Boston. M..... will I.-
. 11\I\ fie 1.11 lIext Thursd&,Y. Fare for be NUlld '. ,
h11r.4." III eV! .. Stanford Is agent for DUIl.1} Shot'a from visit our Key elt.y West. In'Bosutn.few days onh While swaj trip, from Kissimme.$1.00.11OTICk. k '
-- - for Men. Queen Quality for Ladlea J t'
here 1,41', will 00 pleased t.o examine
J. A. IIINPI4UI'I.' P.01./ and Lenult Brand fur Cbildren.Mr '
--- - your eyes without charge. Notice I. hereby /given that the SUMMER
-Our rates fur Insertion ol'advertlaeI'nll. and MrM. Duncan C. Pelt and Manager; L C. Conklin, 01 be KIIaimmee Town tax books will close on Saturday :
M n. W. L. Palmer came down fruit Co. win lea week May 271h. All taxes
among he reading matter on Drug ve next Dot paid by
Orlando) v"oednfladay aftel' 'noonreturning to spend the! summer In Connfl'llcUI that date will be subjfICt the usualpenalties.
his I.I\Ce! lit W" cents per line each In- on the mtdnllCht t.raln.F'OH and Mlnnl"a ta During hIs absent .1. )tGILHICRTJa: GOODS

..1'llon. SAT..E-Two desirable rest : Dr. Iddl..b"uok"" will have full charge Tex Collector. s "

.... - - .. dente lots on upppr Broa woy. Information of the IHslmwe Drug Co'a", bush -
at u"Ice. ru's.

Mr. O.o'. lrlbLs of Narcoo8llee wens We are requested by Mr. E. L.Lesley,, I will only b((here until about May
Local Nevs.SClld up t.o Jacksonville Tuesday to at.ten chairman 01 the street committee 1.0 20. All work that comes In by that AT .
date will be finished before I lea"p.H. ,
the meeting. ul the State lIoI.t.lcult.ut'.1Hot'll'ty /give cwblic 1 \ notice that anyone caught +t
In M8lon Ih"'e thlll week.The'tuner hauling sand from any 01 the streets W. Kyle. ;
or alle's' 01 the town III be prosecuted OR SUMMER .
surnamed Wade I. pert t
tu the fullest extent 01 the law. ,
118 your job printinK.Ir. at Toho'Jl'kall Will be on hand Pasture land, 1360 acres. near N..reJoolJsee. -
next week also 1-1r. n. to. Mllidlebrook& father of .
? A. E. Drought 01 Key West I.II la Dr. Mlddl..hltIJkll and Dr G. 8.Vardeman 20 lotlJ In Roblnson'a addition for '
! 01 Jacksonville
Mra. A. SL ClaIr Abrams -
Iuwn'unng. I father. of Mrs. Middle- '200.00. dJ. .PRICES
84.vmpunl..d her husband!.
brooks took advantage of the excur- M. 'VILr.SON. JR. .,
\ n..n'lI. 1I0hhy summer suite al Major Ahrauls. who was here aU.'nt.-!-
I lon from Macon and
rates In Tampa
f ih17'N. Ing court this wt't'k.
arrived in town Wednesday t.o spend TAKE NOTICE.
t IL "oarlnlt' came up from Miami If :VfJUr'harnp8& need repairing! or a few dare with their son sod daughter -
o 1111"1,1 ('lreuIL COII"L. jot want a new "tll, teO 10 1P.: U..nn. Raving disposed 01 my business this
III to notify those Indebted t.o me thai
1'11'1 f(1rgct the J\lInMU'plll lrriduyiris. Time BasK hat. I.Ircha"I"; the InlitrelM Friday night.. Benefit IIIlhlt. their accounts are now dup and must bepeld.

i %!NY 1lh.: femnas racing atNlllon. .D..I..r : I..s.HUlterlu"nd..llt.. You will save time, trouble and '

tIlulIIl' made] !r.llnlOl.t.1.tmijlhl, atprf \\'O.tll, and bud hllll ut 1..8...) 'a. of Pit bllo Instruction oxpeuseby! Itlvlll this your prompt :

''' a \\Iou...,. Ue sure and cOlnc. stable this .t"'k. \V. .J. Sears aid I ha\a'U\ >lAU C. E. IIt..nllon.. My books are aLIII at.he 1 '. H

.,..hnt.1 l1t-van Jr. left Wednesday Wade, the tuner, IIJ here this week Franklin, of the School> Board, re- Eagle, Saloon and accounts may be tyDOUGLAS'
paid to eIther O. C. Peeler at bat
I..t.ter.ltheTohoJC- from Talishassoe -
making turded''Wednesday night
W tie East: Cuaut.t (ibis nON \ ;
'II' a tl'll' myself
the .
kall"a. "here they had been al\.f'ndlnlr' place, or on streets.R.
t Site the new line Shirt waist al the ('onn.ntlon 01 County S Iperlnwndent.a T. BUTLER."LEST .
\ Innfonl's. Mr. J. W. Slat..r hall gene to Daytona and oilier School omclals.
to spend the aUlJlmer. During
: T \\. EIIIA and daughter AIINStlhy hill ah..m.e Mr. and Mr... I Ives are oeeupying WANIi.1) 100) Rattlesnakes! uninjured

'. :\ ,'J-ilt.,! Ol'lando TII"IOIlay.( his cottage In North Kissimnw'e. frum 4rt "I' also all slzt'lluf Alligators SHOES
from 10( inches to1 h.t.A. .
"P"o.h\. .IIld"1.IIPH, shoes haN M. Nicholson, .tAlways ,
II' _, \ k. font 'Is,I tPr. at Iu nf'L Come out to the hi lust rel Friday Orlllndo, Florida P' ""III r

11"1. 10 Mr. and, 1lr1.. .Jno. \1. Bry.. nighthums Ild'nt.ant.! enjoy a goad: !
II .J i. "n Friday. :May rlh, 0 Non. laugh.Mr.: TIle SPuate contl'.d' on Monday _WE FORGET"
1 the following aplolulmenl8: Juo. C.JPDCM .
, II' fort spruding your lnon'J. swe. A. \V. Winn. Iht' ire Mlllllllac.turpr. II" State Atwrn' for the Hev

..u 1-,1.: 81 Slanlol'c!'", I" having ereetedalarge. roomy path .f udicial ( 'Ircull; E. D. Bejltls ad
dwelling on his. lot In the U'n'al and Judge' of. the Crimln..1. ('ourt tll Escauhia'cunty ::, FaiFNV im
}home IrolllHolfnA Remember the
d come
I 'III' O"I".rllt'Idllliln., .
f and J. D. lieggs, a8
?,peed ,uuday I with hiN Imrl'llill. The hand."w"l line "f "l.rlnlCt'I..lhIn. J wigs, (4f. the Criminal Court of Orange .

') V'''u "'III, IIn,1 prh-'H und goodKIli .: ever ..h'n In KillHilllml'OtJ' tAl Ise Count. y.Among. 4
> lil11ort.H! him. Laxative Bromo
I? III t 1r3 seen at Kat E 8. the prominent Attorneys In QuiOifle

'Ir I t. E o.kl\'I'r.\ of Burl..... WNNpromitlPnt O. B. dowse. 01 (kala arrived In', upon, (Irl'ull Court this HOUSEPAINTERS .
$ In town thiN. WIPk.tiwoke TU.'htJ8and 1..1v'et.IIIt'H''! week, w. nol i-ed Major Alex SI.
town In cuhlpany; with hill .lncr ay ( 'lair Abrams and W J. Bryan of in One in Two. '
,. . ICryVesl:: Ihr mnrk..t.1Ia'al1lIhe best J..ft.'nocon W. 'lllll'r for another visit lu pat their .1ankNn11VIIip: .ludlCfI W. H. <'arter Cures Cold Day, Grip .
eat IIn
'anche Ricer \\'hlltll'r. .Tampa \V. I.... Palmer and Joseph
.'Old I 11"1 Ned'aN! Ih"\"hlfllC II In II. Junes of Orlando, and C. C. Wile
"ll1n.. lonltt: al lltlhl",1."L' 1. Mr. and Mr44. Arnold Arm"I."dhft' Non or Uurtuw. BEST WORK e.
mov..d lco Lak..larul, to the r..jl'.1of LOWEST PRICES
;tn In Sh..lln IIItRI.1" Mr. Ill\dcly Ca.lm"n and family 1 J
(4d .
'' quality heir 11151))?' fr iend44, and .Ja'k Ilanoock ft'
fur II .I..pd. In town Wednesday night; . .
.1'IIN' co'nl. lies again. aSlou'III.I charge or the a' -

r. \\' ntnn', ntw. loI'P hi".IN. shornpleted stork, (('Ul'lll Shop. 'here''Brl\lIlenl.ol\'n., yeslerday' going. and out spent' Nal'coos'the day .JIo ""t"'t"'t""t"'tt""tt""tt""t"'t'ttr't't'r"" " " "#" " " " " " ' ' ' ''

and! he will mute
(line of
COl1le anti sw our new spring see on the Sugar Belt train in the afternoun ::::
eat wef k.Stanhrd. for NORTH KI8SIMMEII. PHON N. IS ::::
and I summer wen for a visit. to :\Ir. Cadman's LANG tit HOFFMAN
hAM an up.t1,date line 01 Katz.Jo0. parents I.t. Cul .and Mrs. W. E. Ca.d.mal1. '
] len'K, Bats. Neckwear. l... 11..l\man fan Ictthe .unlral't.Lt .... C. W. GRIFFIN

1;. Why I" a nlll1lhlp.n. like the Nil tna Frank Hlu, 10 make a solltl prick P. A. Vans Agnew Esq. left Wednesday :::: == )anel i'p

.r tllll"':? AL the Minstrel ton lght.: of hIli \'I'I1''l'rhulltllO'' now UClCupi..dhy night for New York where he will '
rites 1.-2r.--I5: the KIIiHimml't UrugCu. .and Dann'lJ embsrk .In the Cunard liner Caroalaon : ;
Shoe store. -a May lllth for. trip 10 England and Ili jroceriesI "
J.8.1Il"1I'lIIl Lawn Shirt W alsLI at.Lanlol'lh I fancy family (
them.lion. 'M InHtr l-home talent.-Frlda nightMay I-'ranoo. He expects to he absent about
at fJj\C and UI' see weeks Before leaving Mr Vaus.
12th "t"t""tt"ttttttt""tt"" " " , " -
C. A. Canon left I ,' on"sa + Agnew arranged with I 1Jf'/ljfS'/ and Pal. :: '. ..=: ; .
'to TallaIIh'e. Cape and Mra. John Saunders lit Orlando t.o represent him as - '
trip mer
for. a business "ho have been living IQ Klulmmt'e Attorney kr the Board 01 County ::::: ': .- g.. 'FBESa:: :: :MEATS.: '. _::: '

\ for ometlmt'. left on Saturday' for Commissioners during his absenoe.Y .
b 'I'hP latest In ladles'' Parll"ol" -Ponh..lltA'l..d heir olt home In l'rovltl.l'!. it. 1., Chloro- =
s ..... , and dotted III K OlE'II. "h"I'e they will reside In flllJrti.I.'olt exrerptbe lollowllljf from LegIII'I 'EE 1
I kites proceedings, published. In Delivery every day, at any hour ; patronage solicited,i i ,
J.i.I 1',1 \V 'E.: <'Itlllllan, uf NarnuNI BALETwo I lJ"r"plt and. One \VPdnesday'a, TilIlP8 UnIon: "M r. -

'$ was U prollllrH'nL Iltil..I'. in \vagun. (11I'ap for "u"}". Apply toII. Watson, having! shaved his mustache t I :fill1il1111ill11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 -j.
,a aV, duesday. E. O\lIs'lm: Kr. ,luring his ab..llot' presented! aD apepearans' Naptholeumlw
unfamiliar that. Mr. Wall -- _- 1mnnnrnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn"nnnttnnnn"tt
If tau want Comlorl And serviceuihmel Mr.I l I':. It.mlth: 8 prominent' Shop 110 ,
,, buy yuur Nhues from Slan- Merhaut, 01 Alhl'nM. (1)t.. I Iv siWudluguni .of Putnam (.'01l..1JIt.n, him explain :-::: ." =-= nfl"" ,. f
the chair ul the '
the. uf his WJ10 was o. -
nl I ( 1111'" 8h guest
\ir :;rnrgP. nll""I'1 and. fai TiT'r' f\t.I, \ %l Ir. II llrlert Fleming, al his lCt'nlll'l1Ian front, O''<..eol a. The: 3 :::: '

place un the IHlluHI.'UII.I' At the last mooting nf the School
"U I 11,01, ,' c'iIY lust Suturduy. 3 g
Bon rd'. the 1"lllion of citizens from w Great CI..TY
pert to Ise OWIOY sumo IllIIe. ( o"t. nul see a 1101\)(' lul"1I1 ;
No.i: 4 for a Special Tax -_ -
:u1 I2tf1.supt. 1"'I'lnct :
hnullug., call{ 1'111 Friday night 111) :::: "
111), 1111 klnd".f heucy !-.h..ol. Dlsu'let WI\IJ I'eruHl'd on the
; )", ,the l'I"Himlllt'l' 1'ru11sftr. C (1. 11'.J. S..ur has Ivt.eived! auinvlIl1llon 1oC'ulln,1 that the petition 1 did not moot Disinfectant.One .
''1 '1'111111" 1 13.: J. T ill.;\' u.I.I.;. :Jlgr.j' foul" his. native town, Elllo"illo'l. ,he I.t"cull.t'ml-nLs of the law. The -- -- BAKERYI"

'I" of IINVImnIP' I. "I %l I"H.v Ult., Lo ..It'1"t'r\ the ('unllll..lI't'11..111 "llI'nt'rM, wo understand contend that I t.It -- -- -- !
address before the Ellaville IL ICallutitloll, fOnd will InjJli.t.U' -
, uorhri'.t where .she an enlrotdery was \ -
cia"' ="'t. M'flI'S l'reN44. Sigh Heh..1.1'"ltlt '" mandamus pl''ood Inlls to compel == 6 Bottle == -
nod] one, 1 tbo Board to call an election for oz. '
HAI.I'-Tw.' ltursos BREAD
1 ,I".il'ubl. ,' rPetmat' FRESH CAKE =
: Fort S.\I.E: Two Uroaduuy.' Iwnruallon \\'agoll. l'llt'l1l' for 'u.lI. Apply toH. .it Sp'cial'I'ax Dlntrlet.We E Costing 2Sc Makes == ,

,._'' ,h.IN! 011 101 this upper otllM.Mr. .. I t: O\'ElIs'n-r. the un.1..r'llar".d Merchants of E 5 Gallons of 3E AND PIES EVERY DAY. 3 I Ir

fruit 1-(::IVNlnllflee. I..reh.v to clove our
\\.III i 1)aie] came up 1'1111'1'I I agree
j J'.lijalt (n..Jwlll of I'tc Ihili, wnt week a I I Saturday\, nl,11I, W..II". Sunday with I pll"s of h".ln8 foll.. later than 'slx Strong Disinfectant. :3 :::: r
", '1""lIlnl'nl visitor, \ to Iowa Ills I1IlItlu'r's fuully, and, 10 see hit o'clo'k j p, M. for the months 01 June!, E WE HAVE :; r

P"',. ,,1t"IJlHnlo \t't'lIl1\ ( 'curt.timnurl I,I ,IIt., ..II.t' I'raukwho I.. 11Oveonvaleto1ngufte'r I July All IItt and September\ IIH).) ex -E -== E DIAMOND X BUTTER 1LB PKG.ON ICE. a
/ hat the 11".1.1' ItroanI hit lung and' tedious< IllnrsVe'11 \ ,, ("ept I on Saturday. an'10ndny' : night\ ; ; \
un.klug: bur 1 Ie,3K and girl,. ="tJllt'I I I V".rs. k Carson (1ro.. Co.. W. J. r -- :::: -- -- ---------- --- ------ -- -- - \ :::::: \

, N'U 1 t< I I MoIIIIh\ 8\1f.1.admit. )\ncJ our 1".llhhur'lt yours nts'd l'ian"l. Orll1ln Waring' &11t'IH'Y Co..IIIUN Bl\ad.y&, 1 I'; I).Bandy Rogan, C.:Mgr W.. :--:: We =_-= -M: : SAY! TALKING ABOUT A FINE LINE OF LUNCH =-= I +

. :'hN JeuuuettPVILINe. It. .ft ,'I'HtA'I" It'IiLioll to... GetT aim. J. A. Lancaster' Stanford Carson' GOODS CANDIES NUTS 4.C.. WE HAVE THEM. :; (,

11\ for a two week'N ,1,1t tu'lahgnnd 1'rankllu.vLii 5onTlu'kand Craves Hardware Co. Sell It. Mw --, -- -- -- -
('ontru..t"I' -
p11auii I =Nrws.ra . -
furl\ Lauderdale.! -
..1. l 111111. who a"I'" IIIIW( enl/l.g-.t.ln -
La"l week. while Lewis 1\'hldden E FRESH ROASTED ::;
fur 01 fwlhl' Atianll0"ILNtI.Ine I
,;\ twill (pay r a fancy prlcn pain building depot(
!town 1tI""M" unhu'I., \\'riw A. Di.IrhnlNon ut IeLeoii S"l'inlr''4, Came h'l1Itil 'and HilI'olwln or huwls were I\t and work branding with E PEANUTS ALL THETIM E.l1111111111111111111111111tlilltillll111i11U1l11t111111111.

rl'OIHI"' I'lw. about Ih.'m. l(lid spout I..L. srtldty( 1''lul'lIln" (1uMonday. n force mll'klnjl Kissimmeer '
calves lit AlIlJCutor UlutT II severe '
:: :\1'.1 I:. 0 "'11 LIO'011 y..t.f\I.llt. ] I wind] and rail storm came up, and 1111111111il1 '
III I hrr.untmCI'" hums III Benton (JIlL ,'. The stork \' .. >,\.hlon potion IIn'f1l."dIY t hirer all touk refuge In a vacant' house L Lt

'"'. 11irh.1 I 10 .p..nd, LIIP IWllIA..1 termS of last week and left I at the near by. The wind blew 110 hard the i Co. -
wu0(1. hOI1lP of 3,1 1 r. anti !II I rut. U. A. B"III'h, ugrotty house was blown off the blocks and a Drug
\to \Vood.hest I'ineSlnve IIuljhlt. and, U" theNltuu. which had underneath for )
I little
dUll gone _
mired" !*\<1 I..Otran. () P
then. heart Nap or Mr and Ales. Avwut of klll..d. The however s
fay hit vl"iLl'cJ h'wll..r waa men, !
I'hollt ]lA'Nl4'y'N Staple. 1Ih () Ih at l place l and, left a hl\lII'tIU"( ( sun.v all t'1OOIlf",1, with .a good fright and ?111UU1111U1i1111111111U11111111C! !! .

.. .f.I n. (111lt'.I1I1t'H rnntn. III' flvlmc R"\'el'A drl'lJchlllIC.
N'rEIJ.-All slurs 01 A111)rnt0r,: ,. ..- High Grade Whiskey
rhhl.. and "I"'nt Sunday and, :l1I1'"Y'! \ \ r. .
returning Mon.t t''III'Cllllel""t'n' foot or IlIu ,'r. Also The confirmation of appointments
pier with hilt family, / I
.' niuhL.l'rllt .ill kinds' of very..11all 1.11111, ,. ILllIl fade, hy the Gov..rnor by tile Senate, I J ,
very large hlligator t.urlle.. All h 0.1 now 1'0ml1l'n".d. One of the I
) HALl-'I'wo; desirabled" \- klndH of mud 1.,1.; t'l.e.A. .eculiarltieN]( 01 the confirmation just I Co ldslI
eaf10144. on upper I Nadwoy. In- M. NHrrinl0N.' ( wade 114 thaI J.:. D. Ut'jltt, ul }'Rnsacoa I "I.J" C'"' ,
+- ,rinaiuri( ) 1.'L1i1s'ol11t'.e. - Box 44. Orlando r'Ia.. and J. D. 13Afke) ( ,- 01' ortatlt1'1 ------.x.--J.----: : _. - -- :.E.J.:2:7-JI': ,_____

non'l forget the I ln8trt'1 'Ionl htOI'lIt Mr. J. P. HUlhey rceeivcd u I letter' should he appolntedand confirmed at It should be borne In mind tba1 i
and the same time ILS (:rlmfIal'ourt '
Moct'aht'l'a. Bcsert ed Mint 44 fl'tlln liraidontowii '1'ut'.1. a.Y Hlatlna 011" I cold weakens the lungs, low-
their every
aid. at IhallOml'e irugCompan y. hat his little ran -duutlh.trultie:'; ( 'Whey respective countil' era the vitality aDd the \ Near Passenger Depot Kissimmee
'', are brdlhers and both ne.tlves .- prepare.
'.., An Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Virginia\ daughter had of Ilt'iIn MI'. awarded and .Mrs.a 01 Madison, Fla.. and are /good I system: for the more serious die I'I'I Hotel and the Graves House. . (l.'A. l.
Jno. J\1. Hughey ass, which are the two ,
;t Varrl'n King, died un Tuesday and valuable lot In Hrald"town, which lawYl'rIt! and good cltIEena.-Jac\c\ greatest destroyers of human 1if..
. { 'alt hurled In Hosehlll cemetery on offered as a prize to the student rille MetroDolla. t
wall pneumonia aD4 CODaumptioa. i : EEARDEN Proprietor.
Vednesday nakiag the) highest general average Capt. A. C. Uuss, 01 Whittier, was I I .

t. Dr. and Mrs M J. flicks aoounceh In the ra.ldentown. graded school In town Ihlll week attending Court, Chamberlain I ,,
Ie marriage 01 their daughter' Mamie Jno. 1\1. and T. L. Townley ..end left at this office quite a ourlouslty !-
I Mr. Jess Morgan Wood! or Atlanta T. )4. Tuwnley, Hr: In the shape of petrified alla'ator
,4 June and Ihelr 'a.tht'r. lead It was found In a hammock:: Cough Remedy stock of "Winel Whi.klea'i'
'110. The marriage t.o take place st.opped over here last Friday. They .I .1 now have the largest: ,
h. near Whittier. where Captain Bass All .
had been on a cruise around! the Coast and Been ever handled in Kissimmee
and hilt boy were dllllllnj out some ha. fta ..
popal.xlty by
Miami t.o Fort My..rll and were wog great suit the'time.. : '
Merchant row grades at prices
Mr. J. S. Walker, the rall. Mr. 'r wnleySr" rock t.o build a sugar lurnace. The prompt curee of this moet
rlnce of Dasalnller was In town this, r urnlnll home by In petrllaotion, Is 01 formation ...,
eek attending/ Court. and dispostngf left Friday night John for and his Tom hume stayed and Is undoubtedly an alillator bead Us.e.Rth.It ungg.and cien.UweecretIoaa. ,i.r.... t
; f a lot of 'gatorand coon skins.t Nlseourl. their the eyes jaw and 'even the bone 111'he effecting a speedy aa4permaueat ,
t{1 1 11'. Walker has handled aboli t ,sii overt.lll Sunday, greeting old t.lme.many neck,heinie plalnl, tlstingoshable.aptaln I core It COUIlw.ctay I ; v

i.f i oUland dOl1ara worth 01 furs and fiends and talking over haveii&l\\ lot of : Base .aya the, also dull' up a kndesc7. toward ;rc"Gre.ACE, : : : : .A. e :E : .
has The Town ley ? j 1 r
f taes this season, and'laYB he who are rock 011 bleb were oar"ed thedgurea7'lot. ... m-. ) l
', ': ado arraD/lements/ bl' which, he will rarmtriendilo.Kssalmmeen t" 'm w hs.tyreloome. and other animals, but; l' was I. 'rrtce $C, Laos Size 5Oc '."

)l} arlydouble 1 ,this amount lied leaG. tiw.ys glad t.o give bro-en: up b" .owe or Ilse.workmen'l f f'J: .,.

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.* ** *** ** ** *'* con)'et hell,her folded long ]black rand.( ,lashes She was were'asle'p,wet,.j :::, HOUSEHOLD '. IJrr ::: 11 ;,

** * and clung: 1-0 hr! ctiecli: rath 1111 undrIed ':: "
1 *.* ** 'T' tear."Dt'en. > 'c .: MATTES ti :EO't1 E.lSTE.AME'R

* : \-H I/ * you now." oor TIorck child,, )t'It'Bald be to could myself see }!..Y.Y.SSSSL4SSSSIIM1W; , ._ L'.y;;!;; BIVEE

* ** "C'0'U1 not thInk I\J\ 'ot rou." For th. .r.ada: LILLIE STJAMER!: R08&AD, )
: t For the '1'erltllda o't the ,
ORTU d I would'Jlot awake her; I withdrew summer Captain Clay JobnsOf: Jr. (:'
4 abe was I in shadoW, JI01ll8.!! for the lawn or arbor nothing. Captain Clay Johnson/_Sr, .
.s .' SeQR .ft roil. T11C I5IQQrsT( the plneed light It- VnUl\\n' the table, fetched DIY J. newer and few objects are more R ular..ree1t1i. : trips to Buslnret .'Ael return Roeea.4a leaves K1lsta.. .t

* slid seated myself ", 'bel'"rco ild artistic than the garden furniture inthle Tuesday morning, and arrives 1I'r14a.1 e1' nlDc. f.t

r; k-LDiAMONDD I I IN :TI1E WORL. read book( slid yet watch thp sleeper. .AI Islid 'Jte'\V' Celtic art pottery The d1stinctive Special Charter Trips to L.kq Okeec .ubee aDd For M7ere on tile LI111s. J

** * * tllla'tlM clock In tlIClbeJfrJ'r'bIJJ1Cdilll' $ Celtic forms ot decoran Comfortable accommodation for paueacera. Rates reuDDable. .l

,'s lJ1/ PRANK RARREr1 I lihlf hour. I looked at my watch have been applied to flower pots seals.- The most picturesque Waterway In Florida k

N * * ** * * * ** antI sow that It was 12.30, pevdestnie 1 'ardlnlerea; vases sundials 1 Tar Passenger aDd Freight Rates apply to J

,,.. ... ... .. ... .. ... .. ... ... ... ...... r .. . , - . I could pot! fix my attention upon_ .we.. and the like al1d tile result lI1nrerelt.. CLAY JOHNSON BR, Proprietor

o ispOSl, book for some time. my mind being occuplei : Ig: and highly.decorative. On board "UJIJe:' Kisslmme. ,,.I.
ClIAl'TER"It.. more groUtylllg to< her "n'oge ,
to account forImhu's -----
Continued."I r- Uon than to lake away the dlnmoud. with conjecturer It fitted In with Van v.. s ..r"DIr T"7. .' 1
has created Ibla difference lietveell J presenee. -f
w.u1d $usjlect anyone who has 011(1 her and too reduce youOllf'e 1Il'd's theory/ olld warning' In somerl'RI'l'cta A housewife wbd" "dop her ownnnit"

the opportunity to possess hlullwlt fIt you to her leyei ? It Is the olllyIIOJ "l't-poRHlhl because DIY has equipped herself will a

such a treasure JlS you hoht. Do you more Judgment was biased hy 8l'lJllment- big serving tray, such aa waiters In

L blame, the lUau who l'I'otpcIs himself >e she can Lascelles have of and getting restoring vop\ away the I could riot believe site hnl ('()illl' therewith hotels ust"" When she la getting a Neat Printing ..

I"om :ilea '
when his lire la In danger? That diamond condlllOU Of equality'Ifpon' any sinister IntentionI! _ was meal ready she sets this \11)on t1te'

Is Illrito\ nw! Wbat could 1 ,InIt former with her rather} dIMpoR..1 tll think that she had .kltellNI table and na fast as the dishes ;1.

It were lost?' You hOld hint ,11:1I whleh. "your 'oll.llallloIlSbll f'IIII1, floUt 11.1. 110 longer, and had for the table are ready, she places i Creates a good Impression among your

d I mond-my. Ute-In ,'our ''!t'l'lng. You . ..11'11. I was 'omlIPIINI tfJ admit theforce ..1I1IJlIt: tbls r"1lluJ.phl'e\ to be near tb1U upon It-hrend, butler\ pickles correspondents and h !lps to' give your :

t are boned to take every prtiiollou Agnln the only: trll'llIl she krlew celery" I'lc. Then she, Carries In everything -
or 1'aa HII'k', ..1"1/:11 Ult'llt. business prestige. 1r
for its sately. You have no right toI ;. I asked, "Shotdd.. Rrace Aa I ponderi',1 my eyes grew neclistOrued ot one trip thus making "her

I r r, despise" my' warning bocduaiao. it tIocsf" ]tut'o'ily 11I111.'rt"III 10 to the ulo<>m, 'olld I could ace held save her hl'els." 'II..n the meal Reasonable Prices. !
t not agree with your reckless( trust Ini trust Such n?" dimly thus' girl's face. her arms scarcely I is over she "cllrrle8 the dead" lie they We Do Neat Printing at
f"i u humanity:" his"For Oil oJ'lolls rl'nflOll. lie r'pll..l."It I dlsthrgulnhahle: against her dusky call It 111 the restaurants, 10 the same ------- --- I

;' "Take the" dlamnncl Into( your keeping cnugltt her 111 Ilie nr't ot robBing ,11111.,1. IIlId site darker moss ot her n'4)y'. PAVI IT ON. "M08t or the Amerindian parents i-e \
It thlllk 1t Is oat litHe IIIt yon It -- train from teaching their infants baby
" you Should Jot, raise. your hntidagahust red 1><,111<'0111. She did not IDo'e. I
t mine" I lIIold.I" yon father It la A n..IDe IIln" Good talk. The papooses ue taught to
u ., her It you' 'oulht hint yvnl she" hll.1'IHll'cl her lsoaslble If the Man tinder You Does
"You make tint offer bemuse you ; The following recipe Is highly reC'oll1l1Jl'ndl'.1 correctly from their birth or
t would 1\v> hlR broina, O\lt. For heryou I , 111111 slur bid fatigued herself nil Work, T.II Him Bo."You're speak

.' 'f ,S ; know lint 1 am powerless t.o accept ito wonl for its t'I11I"I3" In den using little wife and Idon.t shortly 'arler. Wblte talks first teach I
In blilid and helpless 011,1111011., fabrics without injuring the texture great offspring dootlC dorgo Jargon I
my this truth also. with 1 pity, and\ 1 1 resolved, that when without their a
i- there was do
I Bow caD 1 keep" It against. a mall ilkI' "Tolklll In nt fllllt:' he continued. she awoke 1 would tl"r. It she would I or "111 n rtl 11 g" the (niter however dellente know what 1 would he his arms and then" lake great pains to unlearn \.
Brace?" : Crate two IlOtnlo..a ot ordinary ,.ou. Aa he spoke put their minds ;
do keep about 3-oil for 111-1"11" tn ale, to reason her oqt ot her and She forgot they Impressed on
arHls you about her and kissed her
t "It ho\'p more faith III my power size into 0 owl containing one pint and longues.
you suc11gC; ..., aIIan I ti lid 111hl'e Iier' to ascept I And,
t ,' a to kelp the 6101ll0lld. n11y do you uc defense !" I rl'pllt.I.- the 1ln.IIII'H" lint Edith Innlt..1 to i ot elent cold wIII'r. Strain carefully all the care In that mome1t.sho washed "lInrdly any or the Amerindian my.hologi.i '
"None. forgetting oil, she sang as
of Its safety? through n sieve, allowing the IIqllld to
cure we neglecting 'rake this" hI' said, h"Rlow UI'11' 1".1' I wntrld\ not purr I she made I have' been" condensed anti
"I thOlll/ht: so. I I the dishes and sang as
the toll 11.10 aunlhl'r vessel ,
!JlIl1d 111 containing all
"n.'aI181' yourself]
t you knll from Ills 1J(1 ,'I3' ''I\\nl her for 111 sleep there I prlnll'd. The Aml'rlndR have many IlSslst8nl -
'In..1' heard nextd
I I danger that exl"tll. God !" lie, exf droning! II bug n""ltlonnl pint of Cold is-miter. Let It limo beds and the Bong WOK
ot ( !-
w :1M the I'l'I"t1\'l hllppiul'l orgt'luh'.R. the gods the snow god the ralll
('lallup.1. prolrutingiting his IIlxlltl'lM; .eyit ..s br rust Innke. settle laid th'n pour off the water and nor. and a woman Ih'rf' c/1llght a
whkh the tornado gods and a host ofbigger
will, god
the homes
.howl'l spring'
r to the light. 011.1 'Jl'hlllg 1 keg. hands HI' battle 1 It for URt' It may be put into refrain and sang also, slid IWO
1 when 1 again began tograd. and lesser ods. Some or
Iiiade \11..1.\ and I11C It WII' (1vast had told her : our
IIi III.1'rrow
In frenzy. "to thInk that those who e looked a -llest, fruit] jllr. tllb the" soiled or.Jlll'lIt were happier because
ofthe Frllll1 floe to flour 1 m'rlnds believe
bock Oklahoma firmly
It lit the
n'hieh 10.-1",1" of
"Ieh 111 that sweet old story, the story
will not see'r'yt 100tllJ''lIh n sponge) dipped the
i can SM .. horn handle. and made m,' protuIse II -iiy (mill till' page IIlId n""nl"l'd myself 1 \\'lte. As she that some or their noted ancestors"
; ""'hat possibly connection, enn. there I'otllio water after which wash It inNeon love 01' a husband a
to use. It for 111", defense. 110 mJlIt..r that she WIIS ,,1111 sleeping.1 ( And who called forthe dwell III certain stars, and when they
of'I linter. In the the I butcher boy
Dry carefully sang
be? I asked, "I>pt\\'I'l'11 the "
J 1 niR" RO 1 suit w'I.lcbllllt aril r'IIIIIJ'glntll see a Bo-'a\1pd\ shooting IIlar-ml'leor
win.. 1I11"'kl'cJ 1\11'\ prom1..1 out whllll'
our d""nolld and Ihp event ot last I I shade and then Iron It. Use the. order heard" It and'pnt
to elnse III}' winilmy. wlIh, I hll1>- punt 4 o'clock "Il'n the light iv'gan and the world -lbt"Y" exclaim" (Ihlll 11 departed Amer-
night t?" left niter pOllrln 4)Q<< the enter ling on his Journey
t and In se'lire to full my \.R j."TI'W henry. and \111- has descended from above to visit
"A palpable cone'lion.! The event It nil lIy I'pt open\ at IIIh I. I for 1'I'onlli/, /, heavy dollies, rugs andcarpets. heard the whistle. and one man hearing -
the fastening of, thJlI nil well nil ..011..10I1..1. I fell asleep inns awoke I It, thought: 111'1' l is a lad ,,'ho10vpII his relatives un earth .
ot lost night was Oil IIltPl1ll't ) ;
before. going 14) hl' door
to obtain the llamonl., the his Il lad happy and con.t'nh'd. "Soml' at the ignoble men

As 1 heard thug and looked ot Van he exacted that I should OIWI' more the f1nnT. The lamp was yet: alight. Irreuina the lied.Wlterens ." mourn with vigor for their dead. and

t. Hoeck 1 almoRt doubled Ir he were IIIhl8 In'lo"I' the I1t'1.j'I'r In the leather, case. tlllt burning so dimly that, looking to'nr,1 Irnrrled the prettiest 011.1 most appr"prhrte And because she Banc her heart" have" them entombed III 150 shroud
right mind and 1 strap It to nl)' wrist the last thing/ w the door I could s.( riot lug. ) dress for the 1..lla. undoubecdly \ /. was mellowed and she swept. about comnil Smile have mourners. to sing
tint Lola was
"The plot failed" lie )11t1nu..I, "bl'- ot night. the lump w113' I \\1111.. their lire occasions e'tnldetl tile back door the cool air kissed heron chant or grunt the great deeds -\pl'r- "

1 'i cause the girl 1 mistook the. room." The Judge did, 1 nol r..tnl"ll until
An incredulous eXl'lullIotion ear was fatigued. and l hits geucral IlP'IW"l"lIn1' When the root at breukfast Edith I tint, dare not soil RO easily, Nothing poor old woman she knew, and a lit, mnni hers have 10 ahst ate from eating "

J, , taped" me. In"I"lItl'll II pnr lIlt through! bright. and < 18 better for the IlItrIKlH" than n pretty the basket went over 10 that home -asiii her 'n..10111I1r ,:
: '. "You Bhall hear 011'," b. muttprNl, rough: and< thorny ways. fnl 1I1(10CI. ltrassured, ly her 'I.I'r-1 cvetnune. The spread rimy be simply with a quarter for a. crate or two or securely IIn t Iwor ponies' 110 that when f:;

stretching his arm to tIle right Sin,! "1 ]tee seen the Kid:' hI' anid : "hilt nnre. Sir Edmund, ,,"hl. sin lling: h"1111111'd and large enough! to eacApeeo wood. sleeping th.,y cannot fall from I their ",

... :;I, lett until he pn'ountl'r'll mltl(, ",!th she would not IIR".to reason; and "'''('11. my .ll'ur. hnR thc'rl' ,(,(, any t h(' IhMr, unle"s to\llH'e! Is u ed. 10"hll'h So kissed 11.r and horses Some: ot Ib'lIl' paid l mourners

$ I" bill hand, and tht"n" c1uldllnlt It tightly; (>ln ofl'l'rNI ot "1)111111: dolhl'lI r..nrrl'lll'. .. ot 11I1 ru lilt.. "Oil nJR 1111<1 SPtr.11 ('('- ('o't' It ", 1 houl(1 ('OUl(' just a little praIsed her tkoe sone ,'anH'. 811d the for the I dead ;'I'tral" from eating for 1

\, "you 8hall 8wlth my ('Yl'''. It nt s hah nnt'rolly Ioot thl" IIPst mw'n' nrlll1- ,,1lJtR: .111rllllt thl' nllll1t?" 1..low lIip top or tllllt. I It a nO'lnce I Influence and out. four days and nights

7 with your own, 1'ou n ye url11 lhath nnd Jlloyl'd it low ') on b'rfnthpr. "Yes" alto nnsw 'r..l ; "ll\1t they did. any h., 11'0 tlll''pd or I'It'a led and Pus on the pral8e.A "The IIIHt noted mourner was hired '

w -" the girl could.. know nothing of the disposition ." not frighten ale, for 1 knew It was should h. sewed 10 a piece, of cheap word, aa you make IL rift IIItbe 10 mourn four days and 1I1ltlllll on the ,,:

." or the rooms; but she might lie o.l\'nl'otl'(1 81111"'lnlt her Into better 1 only ]..<>In." unbleached muslin, covering the cloud : amlle, and you may create banks at the salty Clmarrllll lie was ",\

receive" instructions tram her l'hovlor. ntHl01111 have llOd the "Lnlll poor! 1 .x('lalm.1. springs- The la divided at the a new rt"aolvt" >; 11 grasp of the hand.a paid 1 four gallons or w hliukey) In advnnce ,t

: went" Into the wood, to( give her door closed tn cut off her lI1muII1- "I knd left a light burning" she earners and bed h'hh.d the poets.hnnts you may rCI assess a soul tram for his doleful satires. liemanaged .
1 but silss: Lnscelleswould $ out or fashion and instead
those Instructions yl'tltl'rday. Look at i Hon with the dairy are .
sold "111(' blinds, were turned downward to drink all hlH wages. ex-
t not listen to I this: she. would notyield ; thc bed IR dressed for the .Iay with bell.I well T
banded the ha- > > clerk do
: your plan"-be ] me and the light shone upon them; o( s your edit one mouthful I below I he last Are -
a 1 had drawn, Ilt bh r'Iu'Ft"Brace. to fear. and declined 10 change the hard long holster which has come Pass on the praise. lie I
gram the tnpplllg, woke) 01t' It was just the mlnuot his Rol"mn rout I met
having his room at the bock her room or alter her ordinary 1mblIudl's. Same sound that I heard before.1 While down\ 10 1111 (rain l..nUIIi 11.8 thud, and Tell him that you( are pleased and drank the last drink at ,1.IIIIKht, or --t

w ot the right block, would nolurlllly 1 was looking nt the blind> 1 before the 'l\'hl'b' II covered 10 watch the slread.Excbnllge. .- he will\ appreciate\ It more than, a the fduirth day 1111 I expired, In feu min.

I tell her that when she got to the toot R'e separated, 0 little before 11. The open willdo\\. the tapping: alopp..l and ralae. A good clerk does not work Utl'lI.-1-\8111 ('icy JII, rnal. ..1;:

the stairs she was not to I'ass night wall close and, stutTy. I bad 110 down between the for his salary alone. --, -,. --. ---- .
1 sow n linger come For IroalDrr tloard
through the picture gallery, but to KO inclination to 11:0 to het. especially' 118 third and, fourth laths from the bottom Teacher, If the child I" good tell Electricity and Bread.

straight to the landing .\'I'r the" stain I bad given" Yon I1op'k' my word to and the third niter that thefinJ'pr A pretty bag for a little I ironing him atouttlt ; It he Is better. tell him
turn ot the
; The power eiectric current to
she bad ascended, open. the window In : close the window ll'ror'bnllli. ; did In between the next two board To box It. make a bag In tile again ; thus, you see, good better, decompose eerlsin substances has led

? '.' the bay which would then be OJI her : There was a reading lamp In my and tnrn.1 the s'ond. Then" I IIInw board whIch may be bung In a lavatory beat. 10 an important development! ot elec..lrochemistry. .

k left hand and make hl'ray to the roOIn. 1 lit it. put out the candle and black looking or closet la made ot flowered .cre- Paaa on the praise now. Pass It
two lustrous eyes In Ihlll connection
experiments -
oriel facing her."That seated myself In a comfortable chair Almost immediately afterward tonne. The bag Is oed tD fit the on In the home. Don"t co to the crave
thro\lgh. have recently been 10
according to his calculation with a book. Not 11 sound was to be 'Don't be shape ot the board up to the point and call, "Mother" Don't, plead:
they dlsappoored. Paris seeking an Improvement 111
(Would bring her to your wIndow." heard after the clock struck 11. I rend 10 a low voice :where It begin. 10 round leaving 1Iear me mother You were a good
afraid J..o18..1 said
"' "Certalply" without tram chair nutll epoliRb extra width to allow for seems smoothed a breadmaking.Lgboring ,
on moving my were frightened ..he'mIght mother and away many
I feared it she
I "But he did not take al'O\\.nt\ of Ute 12. From time to time 1 had taken terribly narrow aDd the tblckneu of the boartl.. Sew rugged path for met' under the mistaken 1m.prelllo'n .

s, fact that the door by which the girl mT eyes from 'the book and listened slip from that minutes to give the bag up. Then put the board In it Those ears cannot bear that Clad that the whiteness ot wheat'
I wafted few
enters' the house 111. at the back ot the Intently--not in ntlelllntlon ot hearing her ledge.time to get back It to tbo bay, It she havIng the bag'rlJ'bt! aide out. Pinch admla loo. Those eyes cannot seethe bread determines Its quality, the Parisian .

tight block, and that the stairs by the mysterious tapping at my own window intended and then I drew! up the 1Ip and baste! Il narrow seam all around light of earnestness In )'ourll. public has been growing mOf)!

;which she would ascend to the drat but In apprehension of its being to There was nn the edge ot the board leaving a little Those hands may not return the embraces and more exacting un This score; 'OD- _
s blind and looked out. margin to allow of the board slipping segoontly' the flneneas. ot grain flour
loor bring her to the landing between repeated I upon Elilth's-o 811 the In the bay you now wish. to Itlvc.
?. one there. and the window 111 and out ot Its case easily. Then has been gradually' 11m.It. .
Sir Edmund's room end Miss IS8- last stroke ot midnight reverberated Peas on the praise today-Argentahustler. ; approaching: a
left It 1I8t nlght,108etl.
celles'. Thus though carrying out her throVgh the still night 1 'lORi'll my was 811 we LoIn ?" 1 asked."Yes turn the hog over amid-pinch up a seam Thr public has a8 a ('olll''Qupncef'h..d

.. tatber' Instructions to the letter she bonk and listened nllnill. Till silence "Are you slime It wos like the first on tile other aide Bind ? a less nutritive food aR the

must inevitably make her attempt upon without was so mplele that I the burning ; they were-her what eyes""I)0 time It was these seams with white or colored INDIAN CUSTOMS corl' IIf the wheal grain thc chief con.athtuent .

lIsa Laseellee'" room and, not upon or Ole oil In the lump at my side you know tap and stitch thl"m." Shape a lap to of bread, 'hlle producing the
Look at when you saw her? 1 lukt'tl. the upper rounding part ot the 'board whitest flour rnntaina. the smallest
lOurs. your plan. wall distinctly audlhl of that for In taking I 80m. of the Tribes Are Sun Worshippers. -
"I follow you perfectly well" 1'nld. At that moment I heard a board "I cnn 1m sure making It long enough to tall over the amount ot alhllll-O and I. least nutrl-

F1 sound tint my watch from the stand It fell. I front to the bag Jlal"t. Bind It like I loins
'r'ok. It was Rn slight a
explanatlon, hnll my attention 1,1'1'11 fixed upon tile hrl'lIklng tIe, glass. and stopping thehands I the side seams and make a loop lu A recent article written by Mall TIH're hiss. recently been raised the

f ( Inl'l'edlble .upposilion possible-nay( hook 1 .houll not have noticed( IL 1COUlll heard the clock ctrl ie. the bog. Put a tape loop on the back! or some of he strange custom ot
for the [
{ moment prolflhll' not tell where It come from; I aid or elt'rtrich y, for which purpose .
"Are :You convinced ?" he, asked trl n. was not sure that it was nit from tile the Fho ted me' the -wnt'b. Tile by which to bang the cOleUollonTravelel' certain tribes of Oklahoma Indians the n..r.. was brought In 'oolact wltb
minute hand was 110 bent tint it could
u l UmphalJy. floor under my foot as 1 d18nJpII;: lilylmaltlon. Mr. Duhr says: ..I'll'ln,1, air whoso 070110 possesses
P [: "You have" yet to explain how Brnree Instinctively I looked toward ( not pus the hour hand; when 1 lifted "Yes. sonic of our Redm'n are run bleaching Irolertt..s A report to the

\ . thought to obtain the diamond hy the the wlIlClow I 'ouldS1't nothing It the nloveulent recommenced.' proving worllhlpers. I have seen many Iowan 1 'Iuh'mv ot uchences explains that

t meanl he employed lie would scarcely beyond the circle at light reflected lIy that the spring bad not run down. r and Taryneaa address their prayers I flour Rllh.I'ct.,1! 10 electric influence

Respect that 1 should taint with\ terror" the lamp BhuI(>. It was alllo too absurd The hour marked" by -the. bands, was and lamentations to the elorloll8 orb was much wither. but hat I its taste

L-:' "Who sold he wOIII l? Brace caleulated to toke the lamp to th wlndo'\\- five minutes to onp. of day. The lowhts, who have dwindled, I and odor were inferior ((0 those ot

upon delllluJ with a heavy there waR no boned there to C'rpnk 1 "At five minutes to one Lola wasslel'plng down to elrhlytwo persons. believe' inspirits I flour treated' by the ordinary method.6olnische .

4 sleeper, not a nervous girl. The at PlY door!! 1 said spiritual >Aorses, dogs and
rte tapping waited some minutes. and lucre being Zpllllil//:
I. described ns soft RUIl- regular; JlO repetition of the 8mtl. 1 reopened f iovls IHm birds Hilly Dole, all old Iowa Amerind I -,-- --- a

t It was Intended to test whether you my book, but 1 pausal! with my linger; CIIAPTFlt )111. . once told me : 'I 1 have eleven Beat Cold Weather Troop..

,were asleep" or nt.( TIle moment a Edith\ could not whether\ thfl and I can
? on the page to listen once roorl' A ny RECIPES aquaws papooses up I It has often born alleged, lIy Itussianwriu'ra
f light appeared" the sound cl'nsed-thp shuddering< Rlllh. ilkI' that or a (llId) laths she hind seen turned were open see them and see lola of my pUll II'I s that IIwlr
.ollnlrYIIJ.'n woulll
t girl had gone back to the ba)'. From who IR crying Its..r. to sleep reached wh,11 she went tit the ,,window and grazing on the ever green prairies, hair II h"\I'r, ettanrr "r f Nlirel'Na than

the landing she. could see when the nil car.I there were no means ot confirming the where white men can't burn the their

,; -. light was put out and 1t was Bnre top went to the. window, drew up the fact afterward, because In pullIng up Cheese and Celery Salad-Cut In gralla.' I depth '-n"'IIY ot Inl..r.during. Thnse a. battle acquainted, In the

i recommence the atteek .. The candle bllll softly and looked out; for the the blind they would, It open, be re- small bite ulficll'nt celery to make a "When asked who made the lightning with the ('011,lit 10,," ot life ot the Russia .

; :wall lit with some dl1licult the 81''onll sound ha.1 seemed, to come from a d1stnnre turned to their former lIosl00n In beaplllg cupful tilt!' cut In pieces or and thunder, the late Chief To- I ,
r ( peasants and the, )HIlIIIfl.tton of
/ i time-Miss 1.osct'1I1'1 possibly stood and 1 thought! It might bp the face of my evidence. she 1qIs firmly similar else the same quantity of bee aMd : 'The bIg, very big'( thunder I 'AI'h"' have al\\8VIf ,

N' ;wIth her !Jack to the window as she flutter of leaves In 0 breeze. lint the convinced that what IIIbe had seen anti American cheese (do not use cheese Ood makes It to scare or kill bad, 1'0'' "t 11.1" lolllt",1 the (ruth

.\ held the vp"ta. Lola may have de- night was uncbllnge -hl'llvy and still heard was on extraordinary illusion that Is too new) and serve 'I'llb' a pie. When He makeR sheet or forked I that astierlnn, since. It appeared tlIh"l1 >

tented the first glimmer, DId uncer- the moon obscured. and fi thin gray ot the" senses parallel to that whleb furnishes mayonnnl dressing and garnish with lightning then lie wants lo just scare \ bur allies are more necustnntrd -

V". Vain or not whether It was safe to \'('1nr\ mist banging over the lnw n. asftUthl the sole excuse for a tolerably stuffed olives cut In hal\'l8. .. bad people but when lie wants 10 kill thring, I" "X'O""r1', and open air work
a It" "I" season than
. continue, turned the blind and looked lied seen" It the night hetore. 1 wlII'Hprl'nd'lpUllt In snpernatural appeareuces. Peanut SUcks-noli to a paste a '8ufflt'l..nt a great liar or thief then lie shoots who IIt'AHants
pas' I the winter
> Y ; through At that moment the wick opened the door nol ..11'8sJy. All waR She was ashamed of the quantity ot peanuts to make a them to death with a ball.' Only one In lying op salves
11 burnt up and Mias l..11acellea turning dork. I 'ould.. ace Ollly the mullion ot ftll'lleIlI'F", of mllld wlllch her experlI'n'l' capful; add the grated rind ot a Iowa 'Amerllld' was ever kllJ"d trylightning. hate, ro'H'rH.J! Mor"v r-lIn,1, we

1 \r taw the girl's eyes between the 1atha. the bay Standing nut vaguely against '' seemed to imply and resolved lemon the yolks ot tour eggs, six All Iowa preserves the as'- hat IhlMClnl ulIIII the
I' HIOW) fhe had Bern
j ; The knocking was DDt repeated, for 11 the grayness 1 listenedAll" ulght 10 o"l'rCOJl the weakness she resisted tablespoonfuls ot auger and a good count of that terrible" event with great!: tOlllthl-an Impmrtant .
) part "f the.
simple rellllon-I..ol" bad discovered bar heavy curtains were drawn teresa the all her rntlll''a persuasions to change baIt cup ot sifted flour. When smooth care It III taught'( and retold to the 1na, h""n Japanese training

;( M mistake and rl'trenl4'd. Do you doubt head ot the corridor, siutting; It off' I those conditions under which Bile bad adS the beaten whites ot the four ej'gs.: Iowa children with religious precision. l the a tartlening process durlnfC
depth ot
;r,0ow the purpoa with wllll'lI Broce bUll from the which It nhutted passed tile last two night" winter troops. moving
1 pnasagr upon
the board "Long when
.. Roll out on cut. Into strips ago over 00.000 Iowa our,,' ,to .
) gone to Beek the girl to-doy? ot right angles; nevertheless. Iuid _,\LIIlecknlo11e.ol'l'fust\! to believe twrlt and try In hot lard. lived In (the state of Iowa. a cerln.llj", I night at"lIvrl'the and l1I"olla at

1_wa !'?!! lU.LO .. lrearthr!" atelerbtutlwllreatlilug l of t In Edltb'a hallucination."One . foremost medicine niaiF word I 'II'I..t time or the year

?_ r ----, .ii Ton was feasible, yet 1 could not the Judge or Von Jloeck from the has only to hear Miss Lallcl"llt'" 14acaronl au Oratlll1-Mocaronl baked all the member of the-'sl'nt., 'to In the "p"n For the Russian soldier,
In the shell ot Edam 10 come with
.tY an or pineapple hits
}, ,. ,believe that Lola who seemed sllll'rt"j "- rooms hl''oll., 1 I11n sure" that the speak to discredit n notion nt that to his wigwam unwieldy movrmrnta.. cumbrous
cheese shell Is delicious but during time when
It bas
et j I'J7 Attached, to me. would COllllent to,7t sound I had heard was not! imagta11ry k.ll1d he sold; "she ball every sign tile trees garments and most indifferent'
were green and partake ot
been demonstrated that the
cheese a leading< to be .
'&14 In my ruln'merely at the Inatllo.tIoD and determined, It possible to diseover or mental vigor and physical strength nine days' asked to march out. his
teast. Over
shells have other U8ea. Almost 60,000 Iowan
,at her father. whose ,authority the cnuap. 1 went buck to the table and to accuse such a girl ot that kind anything assembled figure silhouetted against!: the
L all gratin Is good cooked In this at appointed place when snow. and
.he' habitually + Jlarecardcd 1 said and fetched the lamp. ot morbid insanity called hallucination the flowers attack Japanese comforta.
tubJon. Caullftower 18 were blooming. Their
I .aIlla to,.Van Iloeek. 1 bad turned to where 1 Stood bY the III just; .s creditable to your under especially rec- provisions had been buy installed In prepare
:{! ;"It L{ because ah&'1a attached hi tall door, when my eyes. tell upon al1e.( standing as t0 believe In the simplicity ommended. Boll the vegetable apd used up They to 1111 an act of tolly.-MllIlary
the lIowereta. Place were very hungry and
separate these were about
"a..' 1.4, >.cauae ghe loves you," he replied tblllg lying nt the thrl'shold. Another and honesty ot'a vagabond) CalifornIa Correspondence London. Times
ata"lng. Then
k well drained, In the cheese shell and headmen askedthe
y YttJa emphasla' ; "that abe would readl- step and I should have put my toot card sharper and the balt-breed wench
Iy'egter.' tail' her father's project to spoil It. he chooaes to call M. daughter." between each layer sprinkle popper medicine man when the promised The Secret of Success,
nit and salt and place a generous table- feast would come oft. Then he
ce. :sob' 700 ''o?' ,the, eI mon ot laughed
spoonful or more cream sa a and said 'I out
v' JDO> d U her nemy-It has separated scr..t"netl'tbe" I1gllt; as I withdrew It ter we had separated from the rut:' nee. : Just or '", gold mln.
Cover the top with cream sauce crated wanted to deceive tD fool I have .
.'lier from 7oa" sod placed you sloe\ by I saw that the object at my feet was To be conUnaed you. ggalieaps.Briggs1o .
cheese and rolled bread-crum hardly anything to eat '
dot myselr.
"r: '' Misa for whom Lola I
; side' with .Iescellea much stock
with bite of batter and bake. Cresmtldier then the thunder cod sent a lightning did you
"' aha bas manifested a Jealous hatred She bad curled herselt'l1l1ol. the mat Gold Is being electro17UcaD1 renoed buy
cooked In the bolt from the clear '
.all1o,way 1a sky and killed
itim ,the very grit What could be within the embrasure at the door. Der In the Philadelphia Mint.'ir very thegreatest rig-( didn't buy an7. 1
ot the Iowa nation.t'g sole it.Life. .
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a "Joa't. mpve your hand!. Your t'eYOIT-, answeredwitha laugh . ... power to pay._, ... ".>\< .
e.. 'AG good, Look Over mt )read!" "JI'm 'YN. Twenty-fly.poands and, ,Rnsala agreed" io sine tbeoanI at'

9BHELD UP .r..wrenee' Barton instinctively ,abed a prelNll htlOD'watdl and chain""Teddy 'M bMaanky UaaaJly. DeaaDok4 bylb. at the Treaty of OoDlta UDopJ..-.Ja...,

hla e1ei 6 vefie ItaJa.n'. head and I'm ashamed ot 1'0111'"' I Wctr. wry '27., ,1819.' abe. agreed-te deduct p"

his glance fell upon the barrel of 'a The sentence came with a snap ... . from the Indemnity the value of the ..

!8 rifle poised upon a rock not fifty paces "Wbt'dIdn't you do wmethingl""Why lIEN .)oUon. bare bad their territory landed over br: TurkeyAddara .,
r. ;'BOY' HUAN"MEE. ,1. 'Ifti from him dtdJJ't you, CI'I'It )'''' fill of fighting"anC ODe of $ Kola, etc This brought the' In.demnlty -

:! ,.'1 guess you take the pool,"' be spld -: Will those horrible guns;. she' W'tbem.t least has .come to down,toI'02J5OQOOO francs o 01' i

m ft ft. _._______t.p._,____....--__m'_' -mElH--!:HIH-.._ tl. iI:: composedly: bell he laughed as though said IrrItably, "I'm always. afraid ., that peace Isl t33rooI( ( to which was, to IHr addecl
1"- ...NfrYlrIs the whole thing were a joke. "This I. tbern p off." l ill worth having at any price this: damage suffered bT Ruesfap. aubo',

4'DtOJC..:liE l1'8flnlul And creaking I don't know whAt X should 'do what we call being 'held up- In the "The tear runs ID th4 family, liT the first thing la usually to ,ect. In .TurkeJ', '

J: ltallllB vehicle struggled without you"J I UnIted States;. colonel,"' he cried, with dear," lie answered, mildly, .Tbat'. arrange .n'armistice and then preliminary Even tile reduced' JndemnltT' proved

o T"I g. upon H. upward course ,, expect 10u'U find out rue ot these a' malicious merriment "This fuJlln. precisely the reason why 10 use your term. 'ot peace are ,dIIJCUI.ec1 too much for Turke,.'. -powerrof p'-
;( and those who sat withIn days;. Lawrence Bl\rtou. exclaimed your deslree. You said 'ou'4 like to own expression I dlddn't do something Few people have any idea of the meat:. and Russia bat allowed It to fall

/OW" swaSed. ftnd jerked. and ,vlt11 a laugh "Pro\'ldeoce won't give see a man rob 70a. 'Behold the swarthybrigand ." \' Dumber of points about which a aeUle; into swears and used. It from

jolted III the almost springless wheels you t0 sisters to.walt on.'ou all your who Is going to 40 ur'! ''You're very sensible to have taken meat must be come to at the end ot a 'time al a means of squeezing berunfottunate -;'
bunapc4<< UltOn' tile uneven ronl1wa,.. 1Ifll"-llud he looked at the trio with The coone)'. face grew redder, and It a. you did"' Lawrence Barton rem.rked. 'War. In"18I4. when Napoleon had been Dflabbor '

Now and again 1\ pnrtleuIerly 'deep- a twinkle In his eye, for, In the week almost reached purple under the whip "Belfeye me, 3Uas Denby. It checked and made prisoner and the After the CblDa..J'ap War' of 1894

rut travo the carriage such a shake during which they bad been thrown together or. his risingindignation."Doe. is 80. The man bad. a .veneer of good I King of Great Brltalu' an"-hls- Euro- China paM an indemnity of 230,000,000
that tllO passengers all swung forward be bad somehow grown attacks the man realize that we are temper but he'd have shot the ODe who pean allies had placed' the legitimate table. or 34,500,000.. std wee, compelled

town I'd' one nnotlll, liS though the conversatlou to the Jmmoroullly Indolent English 7" resisted I know the Italian brIgand j French monarch on his throne the first to borrow the money. a.'well .a nearly,

lultl become of such a character brother and 11111 pretty guardians. "lIe must," Teddy Denb7 Imperturb- a little, and; as I told the colonel a treaty ot Paris was made. It began aa much more tor' bet own war ,ex.

( lint It IIIUSt be whispered with "I'd like to see ally man rob me!" ably answered, "or be wouJdn't have short while back:, I know something like snout such agreements between penle.ID the European market
tllt'Ir cheeks nlm08t toue4d0g. And then the colonel vlclousJy repeated.'My stopped us" about beIng 'heJd up.' Christian S18tlons, "Ill the name ot the The United States'set a moderate

the recoil stung them back and some dear colonel:' Edward answered, "Uut, heaven blelll 111, you don.t "Anel.I know something about the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity," and and humane example ID the matter o.

groaned. while others who were puntug rotrtentodly at his cigarette mean to .ey you're going to alt here law even It It'a only a rascality Italian I went 00 to declare that their majesties Indemnities after the war with Spain.

younger; IlIulllle.J.Thl' "yolI'I'e simply making yourself aD accessory and Jet this dIrty, blaek-Ifuardly, evil.looklng law r' Colonel nanbury>exclaimed, were animated bY''RD equal) desire to' :AHh 'Peace of 18U8 abe took the Phil.

day tins stifling anti the .ky ashlae before the fact by Inviting our -" lIe struggled for more with a scowl. "I'I have that man huntted terminate the long agitations ot Europe lppinee and other Il1lan4.. and made. ;,
11M sled, with blllzlnjt Lent that mlll'nlly.Jooklnjf driver to come down epithets, but, as they came not,content. down and imprisoned It I have to and the sufferings ot mankind by 'la Spain grant the Independence of Cuba

seemed to hove hp..ome IIcJtlld lu Its amid approprJate one of those tiny, gefi- ed himself b1 shaking his lIt In the get at him through the English Foreign permanent peace." and also take over' the debt of Cub&:

1111"111111), nud could be RlmOlllt grnspwiandhoured ted diamond rings' of 10111'' brlgantl.s face, who again bowed and Office! I'll teach him what It la to rob The articles of the treaty provided and the Philippines amounting to L46,.

; through the hand like burning Time colonel'lI lJlalllonds were of the swept the dusty road. with a graceful aD Englishman! I'll show him that we for the lestoration of the! old boundaries 000,000. But America did not demand,

1.lllItprlllg. lIoud. Awuy In the Ills- IIh..o classed' as decanter stoppers, and flourish or his hat. are a nation not to be trIlled with! JIll or France aa In 17V2, with someln4r'ease a war Indemnity as well a. the Illanda:
lance stretched the l11ur.lolIlIpRno.. F..JwRrd's; mlll Satire was greeted with Then he replaced It upon his bead have him bunted down It we have to or territory OD the side or Bel.JtUDI on the contrary, abe banded over L4..

rums of the Bay or Naples' and ahead reproving frowns from his alster.: and sprang upon the step of the car search the whole of Italy, the rascally aptl 'Germany. The communications 000,000 ai part compensation .to_Spain

there ruse ipe. swelling aides of Yesuvlue There was allenee for a moment\ and 1'101.. thieving "fllJaln! I'll let him aee-" with Geneva, the navigation ot for their Jo... tIn

over which hung Ju the sultry then came R sound like a very energetic I', .. J U" pleasantry Ie over.signoryourpurses : You; ought to have had a cigar," the Rhine'aD.l other 1'lverl, the sovereignty the present case Japan is notlikelZto

air an nlmost motloulII"! plume of. man at work UIOIIIIII abnormally dusty' and jewels! Each of you 1. covered Teddy Interrupted. "They're beauties. of Malta, holland and certain demand a crushing Indemnity of the
811l0kp. cn rp..t. by A rille-the road Ie lonely, and colonel, and so scotbln." Italian States, the Federation or German Frsnco- rman t7pe. She U Jute In a "\

The road lay nll upblll, and the driver "I do 'Ish you'd till that man to let I have no time to wlIste. AI your "And .ou'\"e had your wish gratified, and the Independence ot 8wltzer- position) to strike at her enemy aa Gel< "

purred at his'I1II1Jr cigar and the horses alone, Teddy;' one or the countrymen put It, 'Your money or your you know" said Lawrence, with\ om&- land Dad tl be dealt with, and the nations many struck at Frllnce and up to date

called UpOIl his patron in fat to h..Jpb .:glrirexclalntrxf with a frown upon her life!'. thing approaching a chuckle "You taking part agreed to hind over hu probably not spent. much more than,
II1 and his beasts liS they struggled! pretty ra'e-"It makes me wretched to ':.ny good making a fight for It, have been 'held upr "-I'jew' York to the KIng of France the colonies and !.tIOOOOOOO o"er the, I she seta

onward with the lIea\'y, lumbering car.rlage hear him:' Barton?" Teddy Denby asked, ID his WeekJy. territory lost by the m-f.ted Republic, Port Arthur and the U.o.ang Foain

behind th'm. "Ipt the poor beasts take It quietly!" accustomed Indolent voice, &glancing which ball been In flOlIs"lon for twenty sots, Japan will probably be glad to ;

The lI"n flung its .l'Orl'lIlnj rays upon Teddy cried sharply to the driver, and across nt the Amel'lean. FACTS ABOUT RCENTINA.Tho :reats. Great Britain handed over accept peace with a quite moderate

the dust). rondo amid the road flung receiving only a scowl III answer, I\e "Not a bit or it. my Ind. Throw your many colonies, fisheries, etc.. but re- gash pa7tDent. ?
Be mid .
h"m blll'k. The carriage jolt lJ and turned. from Italian and addressed the watch, and chain, and YQur gold Into '.oath A..rlra.1'.IoIlIU Bepa1 llo.Arlrt'ntlnll's of the calved 81 her own part of the French

jarred onward' ever IIp\\'a rd. The beg.gnra occupnnts or tile carriage, and pnrticularly the Jenllemall..bal. and let It go at West Indles. while Sweden restored ACE AND. CREATIVE CNIUL
wlllilpII amid 1IIarr.'l..J. The tray.clers ids sliders In Indolent l nJllllb."Tbe tba t. early history Is that ot G.udllJoupe to Franca, and Portugal

laughed or grumbled according worst trait of a woman." be "IIow about the Itlrlll?" stormy times. The little revolt of returned French The division who .&__...11...... TIai...

to t their age sex and tendencies toward' murmured philosophically, "III that she "I don't rob woman," tile brigand In.terjl'Ct..d. which the dispatches now give dally I ot warships and arsenals found In the A/Nr They w... Testy.Johann .

lllmh/lKo. and the driver still Illvoklllg has no sense of Iroporllon. She'd use "It Is your beautiful" news III, however the first disturbance territories changing hands had to be KeplM"was fifty years old

the aid of his saint thought or what be the same switch to punish an elephant "None' of that! Teddy exclaimed, ashe of Its kind In the far southern republic provided for and also the position of when he gave to the world his c1LIcoy.

would charge for such a JOllrnl". ball' 08 she'll Jllllt made 8 puppy howl with dropped his purse, and his watch since 1800. In that year the army public servants, public pensIoners and cry or the Jaw ot the distance of the

lag hIs arguments on the theory that 1,1', surprised tltnt the elephant took It and chain Into the man's bat "I'veno and navy assisted tn producing a fund holders public and private debts, planets from the sun

only ton'IKIIprII or foolll would go aighl- nil a caress. and think nil the time what doubt you're II credit to your profession change of administration. and the property In land purchased Francis Bacon was ftttT-nm. years
seeing In such w'nther. the blow wOllld have meant upon her ; but dou't lay It on too tllll'k." Argentina Is the United States ot. from the Btate. The "high contracting old when he published his "Nondi
Yet the South Amerl..a. It I. made up of fourteen desirous "to bury In entire "" '
occupants of time carriage own little knuckle The .American's valuables followed parties, Orpnam.
were not all fooill. 'I'h..y consisted of The brow of the hili was r..o..h..1.n" those of the Englishman. and the Italian States and nine Tt'l'Tltorle. The oblivion the dissensions. which have Pierre G..endl. was' ftttT-ellht years
I. about
live travelers. whom chance nlllJ cir'mimimetnnn \ population 5,000,000. agitated Europe," arranged that DO
enrpet-beating finlsh..1. In 11 ereseeado carelessly thrllllt them Into thoIo..ket old when he published. his atomic the.
The Argentine States have greater citizen In the restored countries should '
+ hllli thrown together III theplessaat
bang. and the horses started of his In..kl't. __ ory :
than.____ .
newer indlv9dnn11y nnn They
hilt distinctly tiresome occupation forward at R gallop. \\'hkll flung the "1\ntl you sIRuore!" he cried, look- be proaecnted. dleturbed or molested Is Otto von Gaerleke was fortyfiveyearp.old
with the consent C1f Congress
or glebetrolting.The O..IIIHlntll or time carriage almost Into ink toward Colonel IInnbury-: "You may, person or property for hIs political / when he invented the air
make treaties for the of In-
dllltllll'tIm..mhpr or theparty opinions or his attachment to any Government -
most one nllothpr's 0-1'11111. will contribute:. for It 18 really for you pump.
wnll n !too.l.t'm'r..1, 111I'rll'lIl1.. "Th..r.8 the proof of my theory" I have wailed 110 10nR. These trilling dustry find, immigration canals.Argentina's colonization, rail. even one that had ceased to yoi! ann Rudolph YOn Glauber was

dlo hlllJ kept lhe0m nil conmparstivelychccrful Teddy 'olltlnu..I. The horses have gifts are So small, .ompored with the ways constitution Is modede4n exillt. llfty.tive years old when he discovered
willi his .\lInlll: comments Jllllt realized that our particularly value or your dln01ondll." The following year Napoll'otI'escaped IOdlum lIulphat (Gl.uber salt).
American teachers have been
Upoll Contlnpnlal I'II11t0ll18 all ('olllpnr..1 hnlldllo01" and gentlemanly driver "I waR afraid those decanter stoppers OIII'S. and there was great contlt..rnaUon. Sir Isaac Newton was fol11-foul'
called to schools or tIle The
with thp lnl/oIl./ wishes them to accelerate their pace, would be seen," Teddy murmured, conlllJen Itself I'epubll.riyal In Tile Powers made another treaty years old when he published. theiavtof ;
Ile sons n tall 1.II-hllllt man II shade mill Clammy ball been thinking all the sot t1)'. country with the Ring of France, whom they gravitation.Gottfried .
under forty. with clear-cut I. nensillvefeatimren trade. and backed Its pretenslpns In have "from Le1bnlts ,
to preserved WUhelm
rime what a IIlmllllr encouragement fo italian were delighted was.fiftytour :
"Hasten signore ex-
1000 by sending to London $3.:>00.000
R full 11II1I1Ia'h. und'eyes III mere: wOIIIll have felt like to her the convulsions with which France and :years old when be was comm'II.loned ,
ovcr claimed with a fiercer ring In his vol..e. worth ot fresh beer. It exports wheat,
which there wan always a world oflmludlincas looking time fact that the kin of n horseand "Usllten!" Europe were menaced by the late enterprise to establish the Academy. or

and often n l\\'lnklp or nnr'antic the skin of II human being dlt1'l'rIn "1''>ot If 1Colonel Hanbury also. ot Napoleon Bonaparte and Sciences In Berlin.
bas mllllonll
nl1lllll..lI1..ot os be talked or the tbll'klU'u.A thouhtflll, Argentina more Jl. by the revolutionary 8y.tem. France Antonius van Leewenboek waseightyeight
Providence paused. for tlll'JelwolI something lu the
than have and bait
routes of IItp. we afll many grllSoInlt to to the Jl1od' Powers an old when be dlICIY61ered.
foreseeing that a horse would have to glitter of the man' eye which held 250XOOQ agreedt pay years
attle. It area-Is
There were rOil' oilier IrR\'el.'rs-two endure II certain amount of energ'Ucpnrourng"lI1..ut. him and something only a few paces agricultural Indemnity or 700,000,00.tranclI: orF28,000,000 blood corpuscles. Snf08Ora.. apermatoza -,
EnlIl1hIJlPIi., of whom little need besalmi fitted the beast 'With. his bombastic 0t ; a a from his head which stopped
except that they reprenented the hide td hear It. just in the sOUle malllier language aa It bad never been by our grain, cotton, tobacco and vege- to be spent by the allies In malnt-nln. j Rene Reeumur was fOl'tT..eY
nllpl1llps of mauhood. and two !glris. nil Pro'ld..lI..e has given It thick skin stopped befor. table crops In 900-bllt only about forces on the French frontier to "rlieI've years old when he brought out 11Ia '
a ho. being and III the lush or per cent or this land I. under tl.\'e'' Intact "without
pretty to young politicians] and struggling authors 1Iasten, Ignore. !" the country prel'udice thermometer. I dye'vs ;
youth, shone vividly by contrast. with ; but a woman cannot see things tion.ImmlllTatJon to the soverelgnlt of his most Benjamin Franklin was fort7-a1X'
the exotic beauties of Italy In the same light. She fonel..sA -" -"I'll have the police after you for III ArgenUna' 'great Christian llIje.t7."" old :when he Invented the Ilght-.
thlll!" the colonel spluttered, turning need. The pOBBlblUtiell and promIses : .
Colon..1 1I0nbury commenced tnlkllll. sudden jerking or the carriage disturbed An Indemnity was also paId by the n1J1g::-c-d, r
one or the largest rings upon his finger;. 'of the land are tremendous. Thus tar
and when he talked the other two mien the serenity of the juvenile King or Sardinia to Austria ID 1849, Joseph -.T' leatJTwu'tOl't1-one yeaia'
"Maybe, signore; the man announced wo have allowed Great Britain to dominate
were generally Illent-La wrenco Barton phUollOph tbougbt. Another beggar when he had helped Lombardy and\ old when he"-4L1coyered oxygen.Jan .
with a careless shrug. of the 118 trade. Germany bill beaten
the American listened becausq It stood and blocked the way The Venice In their revolt and AustrIa had Ingenhodtswas} tortT-alne yeah
shoulderll. "We are used to it We our print-paper makers out of a ba.l-
IInll1l1etl him to listen, end' EdwardDenby driver could have passed him, but he chase crushed the rebellion The treaty be- old when he c1LIcov1"1'ec1 the respiration
shall be rat away before the commences ness amounting now to .X1early $2,000 '
because it was too much trouble tugged at the reins and drew the horses gan by eclgring: of pJanta..1; \ rn '
They will never catch us, 000. ..1'.
"to contradict an1body. Tile llltter Iadlvldunl from a gaUop to a walk anti them held \J. "There shall be from henceforth and henry Cavendllh' wis fiftythreeyearsold
whether they pursue for accepting In 899 Argentina had 9201 primary
the gifts you are'about to offer ::01' achoole, vrfth 421.311 p1lplJ. ,There are '
being brother to the two lady members carriage, door derstanding between their majesties "
whether It should be because a nervousfinger two national and. three provincial unhversitlee.
of the patty, and wIllingly left all This pleader for alms was different I. too roughly the their heirs and successors, and their Christian Huygens was luJ7-one
pressed upon ,
plane and orrn1lgt'ln"lIt to them admired from those whom they had overtaken respective States and years old Ii he published his trl+OrJ
trigger or a rlOe-lIay the rifle JookJrig Argentina reaches Into the equatorial .
them nil pretty I'lrls, and allowed and panned upbn the rood. Atter'Oar war with China In 1842 of the duJa on of 1)ght., . -'
at your own forehead"The hot belt on the north and through the ...
them to spoil him to their JI..orts' COII- A picturesque fellow, tall and there was an Indemnity payable to 11. Coun Bert oUet:. KJaproth. John,
colonel seemed temperate zone on the south, having
gallant English about The
of $21,000.000, or 4,000,000.
tent. Dalton Gay Count numtord
swarthy, handsome nil Apollo. with a ,
to shrink and become smaller he thus wide ranges or templ'Mture. Two-
aa he
Emperor dId not sign a treaty;
Colonel Banbury was talking:. on.l. nl'l' figure n8 lithe and active 08 au nthll'te, Uve. (Benjam mp.on). Woehler LI&o
thirds of illS people nearly are Da
glanced out or tile corner of 1118 eyes, merely published an edict 10 which he
befitted a colonel or a Bpl..d militia ho looked like nn operatic! beggar, and then with trembling lingers, hedr..w italians to the number or almost halt to the t..rms. r big, Alexander yon HumboJdt:. and.
corps n "plr-mnIJp man, and ma man whose rags were sssumed, whoso trade a mllllo)1 lead the foreigners.In In fact the maj ity of the eminent
off his rings and dropped them
who had been so busy making money was pr't'nll Into the outstretched band. one of tile Argentine States a "Tbe barbarians Ire allowed to carryon chemists and phy iclsts cUd their mo.t'Importllnt

that 11. had forgotten! to look anywhere Ills' IIrolld-brlrnmI' sombrero swept graded tax on bachelors Is provided< j1) theIr dealings Indiscriminately with work in advanced 7eare-
around the world eXI'lpt III his own, till the dust as he bowed to the occupanlll "And your breast pin, signore! drive men to matrimony. It. however, whomsoever or our merchlt.nte..ti'pledse" New York Sun a'
leaned forward and
Tile Italian deftly
he was, to tine the IIpt expression, of the cRrrloge. R man can prove that be baa been three be wrote.
"nil dl I extracted the ostentatious ornament As to the Indemnity, the edict went Coq.a1I.'e wit W_
'Iaylng down the law""Don't on .Ignorltsa! Duoll dJ, e1gnorl times rejected be I. exempt. "
talk to m.. sir;" he exclaimed, !" from the Ulon'a Ue; then he jumped on: "It.Is a vast amount, and where One of the most famous of the Qual'
vol..e. "It's utter rub- There down from the step or the carriage Into .... Js such a sum to come from? Let ICeYing
1n a st"lItorlnn wall something Irl'elllsUble In Tbe II. Old Cat. tier Latin clubs In Paris I. the ODe '-: .
billh! It's Imply a Yankee yarn!! the, jaunty, swaggering the dusty road again, and carelellllly When the t..n-ypar-old slipped out of be held ponlllbJe for the matte which Ie called the Sub Rosa. and the 1 ,

", 'Tis true, I assure you," the American demeanor of the mnn. lie was a mendicant dropped Ills haul into the pocket or his the house at daybreak says Chunts. he ;!" moet famous ot its members fa the 'if

answered with a gtBd.temperedJaugb. who seemed not to beg, but to coat. left a note stating that be was "off" to 'Nl'xt came the Crimean War, and great actor Coquelln pore, but the story .
"Our train was held up, a demand a present for the sake ofcamaraderie. For a few seconds be stood gazing fight Indlanll. The toe could not be the Peace or Parlll In 18M. Dy this of his election hu not ypt been tollS Inds,/ .

dozen men boarded It. and In ten minutes at those whom he bad despoiled, a found however. and when night came treaty Turkey took her place among print 'L. .3
they had cleaned every valuable Even the colonel was won by the Impudent swarthy, Impudent specimen or manhood. a hungry tired and homesick little the'Power., and as the Sultan was YoIhammt41an. lie wu present one night at the

ut of the lot or us. The job cost me I I5001 smile upon the rl'l1ow' face, boy crept back to his father' rIbllse the Trinity could no longer I .lub' late supper a weekly feat, and \,
-' ought to remember 1t"tyhnt and be flung a lire Into the feUow'e Two out or the men In the carriage under cover of darku ... The gamily, be Invoked. "Ill the Name of Almighty having heard that there was a vacancy:
.% a country!" the colonel ..hnut.i'd. hat and two more linked IIglllnst itas felt just a little elated that theIr boleterous however, did not receive him" wIth God:'. tbe treaty therefore began. No In the roll applied for member8hlp.' "

"What R couptry! And you call the other masculine travelers followed overbearing companion bait armll. When be went Into the library cub indemnity wall provided for by Now"the only rules of the Sub Rosa
1\11' Barton his Jend been hoist by his own petard and 111 open this treaty. :
:America civilized, I suppose, father kept on reading his evenIng men are: -rblnk much. Write IItUe
?' The marl collected the coins and that feeling: they. for the moment forgot paper. mother bent over her sewing It was after the Franco-Germ.n War Be a. silent a. you can" The pte.ldIng k'

"Fairly civilized ..olon..!. or course, dropped them Into his pockl't. their own 1088e8. Teddy slowly and sister kept her eyes glued tea that the Indemnity came to b& 110 big officer with this lu\toruJe In mind

...e're younger than England 10 ve "A thousand thanks, .Ignorl," he rubbed. his chin and smiled and Law- book. Tile eat alone seemed aware ot B factor In terms ot peace. The amount answered the .ppUc.nt b3' placing'be I
, -can't expect to be so far advllneed." crIed, "a thousand thanks!" rence Bnrton after n bsJr-glnn'e at the return or'tbe prodigal, and rubbed fixed lit Versailles 111 February ]811. fore him a tumbler filled 80 full of'' '
the frightened faces or the two girls was five milliards or franca, or !200- another would have '
Edward Again his hat
"Got you there. coloDlI swept the .duat; again his soft fur caressingly against the 'W.te tat
D..nby, softly. his bead, covered with crlgp, curling looked at the collapsed colonel and lad' legs The wouJ.I-be terror'of the ()()(),OOO, IIn amount which people. caused run over.- Coquelin under

"Whllt do you mean sir?" Colonel hlllr, bent In mock humility before cbucklNl. redskins stooped to pet him then thought mIght crush and enslave tho .l He bad evidently been mleln--

1Ianblll'Y bawled, fixillp: the Indolent them; again his dark eyes flashed nd.mlratlon "And now, IIlgnorl," the polite footpad straightening up, and swallowing n French peopiofor a genenUolI.' about a vacancy; the club mem.berhlp y1
with III his at the exclaimed, "addlo!" To the surprise ot Europe the Jut wu obvlou.J tun.
young man a glare: eye. English girls and again lump In his throat hit demanded wearily -
'lIow has he got me? Where hatl begot the bat '\tas held toward the m..n. lIe drew a goltl-mollnted cigar case "Is tills the same olll, cat I ,)11 had InstaJmeot of this gIgantic tribute Over the table was suspended a roe,
me'" "TImes are bad," he said, with a from his pocket and extended it toward when I went away7"-New York Tribune was paid on September 5. 1873. and ,the ckb embJem. While the glass atn,, ,
them. the last German troops crossed the stood before him Coquelln broke petal:
"Something about holding up trains laugh, end pis eyes twinkled with merrIment a
in America, wallll't It?" "('roPII are poor, visitors are "You will enjoy a good cigar a. you frontier on the 18th or the same month. from the flower and laid it s gently 1 i

"noldlllg up l1ddJelltll'kll! The next few, amid even such a. I, signori must chat over your adveuture. I know these A COn.r.a.... Sbo.. While the soldiers remained. France on the water that DOt a drop eap
. thing we shell ben will be the robbing. II v...." are good. The cigars and the cane :An apt lIIuatl'al1ol1 or dll\ltlnctlon\ had to keep them! A. silent man could join and JO h "r

, -ot the Brighton Pullmlln!" "YolI're an impudent Jazy young were given to me near this very pot.1"Well without a difference occurred recently. After the Rus o-Turklab War RtlBBIa trouble. Around the table ran a ripple '

, Colonel lIanbllry evllenllyfexpected s..ampl" Teddyfetclalmed. "I wager for cool audacity you take the ; In a Washington shoe shop according ', sought to follow the example 'of the ot .milee and little handcJaps aDd \ :.'

h a further retort but the ., .j5ung man 'oll've never dotty an honest day' work bun r' 't d atmedr--- -,ou-were: jthe.story! Congressman Sulzer tells Germans by demanding a huge aDd node of approval and then, a. If of one} \

ebeok his bead slowly, and t el\ just aealowly In your life" lie dropppd another coIn In England, I'd forgive nil your villainy on one oUBT6"eoiteagues. '- __I'I crashing war Indemnity. The treaty accord, .U began making bread bala: ,It

nodded It, and by the .atlsO to the man's hat, with a reprovIng 'I and ask you to look me up at my Mr Sulzer's friend, It seems. hllll been .,-ot Ssn-St 'tano--m- FebnJa fy,,, 1.8. Than.. was' .seed from had ..

look upon tile 1'010111'1'8 face, JIO evidentiy hako ot the head. "There you ore I club"-and bit helped himself to a cigar. a great sufferer from rheumatism, .0 compelled Turkey to agree to the toll&- to hand, add each ep ilK --

counted that crltlc'm! wu diearmed. Nov clear off! DrIve on, coachman!" The American followed bin example, that one root baa been affected by It !, pendence of Montenegro. 8ervl., Rou- In Iud aU we round: '
The driver made no attempt-to move, but the colonel only groaned In anguish and has become n trifle smaller than mania and the 'autonomy or Blllgarta not one b pressed Satin sign (

fOJ'd like to see a man rob me!!' e and the thought came to the minds ofall as the same compliment was. extended the otber. lIe ordered his shoes made and Crete and to promise to pay the ot dlaapprova 80 CueUn 1010ed the. 'J

colonel exclaimed, Oercely. that this man was not a beggar. to him. accordlngl IIIs directions were I' following bill or RU8Bla's costs: Sub Rosa .- ,(. .,:

'V..U, you'vegot awfully odd tastes;' "Do you want more?" one of the girls "Till we meet again, IIlgnorl!!" obeyed, but visited the shop Roubles.I ,

Edwnrd softly answered with Innocent exclalmed.and her face grew just a "),faT the time be a long way off; tB try them on be picked up the small I War expense" .. . .. ._ . 000,000,000 100 I. I" .-
mleullderatandlng. "Personally It'l the trifle paler."I Your friendship Ie too expenlllve." shoe Ont and attempted to get It OD Damage to Russla'2Lco 4O .OOOOOO Italy still has It love romances.s., tt: .

last tiling I should wish ror. Seen my want nothing from you, .Iporlta "Drive onl Don t turn round, signoridon't the larger foot. I Damage to the Caucasue. 100,000,000 II reported one dark night:,In trf '
cigarette case. CIlIsy?" be answered, with an Impudent flourish atop. It is dan ..rous." "Look here," be exclaimed, In a bunt Damage to Russian sub.I Rome recently a lover wit the assbb' -

"Ye.-yoll put It 10 your rlgbt-blLDd ot his bat, "nothlag from you; ft glance The mandarted, from the roadway ot petulance, "[ told you to make one I jests In TnrkeyI -. . . 10,000,000 ance of his friendal his sweet,, .#
'paekal, dear." from your eyes hAl repaid me for my and dl'appellre.J, and as though the shoe larger than the othee, Instead of I : heart from the aide of be'' stern .

"And your matches are In your vest long sojourn In the tied ot the day." coachman had been waiting for an expected that yod have made one smaller than Total.. .. .. .. . . .1,410,000,000) ( mother after .D exciting struggle In
., pocket, Teddy" "But from us, I guess. you want signal, the horses bounded forward the otberr'-New York Herald. I the road He discovered later" howl'"'
"Good girls!!' TeeM remarked, approvingly about .U Wit'\ got," Lawrence Barton at a gallop. Or Dearly !lWOOOOOO, At the Con- ever' that the proteiUnl lady'wsg.not '

,, ae a dive Into each pocket interjected reaching toward hla hip. "He'e right about the cigars." Teddy This 1. the time when the Frenchmaa ference or Berlin, however, England his love, but her irate motherLondOA'NA'

-IIrouabt out the desired .rtIclel. "Good pocket remarked, Quietly; "thla Ie a beaut.r" enjoys: his snail most protested, against this amount as pre- Tele anh. .

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Tn ant nerd IDm elMr
1 TnamlmRI. fmIRI. ratterur IIiN w1 The tr/1de in the Orient is '
To awl reed burn, cl..rl a 11c opening up. :

c IWI' in. Our to Japan and China multiplied I t1,
+f a o NDB&.nce F'NII. exports
r To bal 'from laM\ report ;312 L.1 I
Toaml rw"I from' rlrr'I'D . NI, duritttg the last r
} year. Tasteless Chill Tonic i.
,, amt '('d' an( mark 7 MMTo
amt rUVs fmm tax rol 1'11I ey'1
> kalanee 157 NI.i i / There will soon be a trenlenc10us increase in

.(6 ;;',p ( To bal] ffflm IRa"ILI'I"report, FIND" 1'11 1 71 ... the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with t the Far No.Cure-No.Pay. 50 cents. --

4 Tosuit retalfe.mrlerk' ..r1TD ./ ..
+' amt "rot from cl..rlt :S\ Iro East '
To amt recd front taJl "fI..elo r 1 I. I'

!j,, Ba'.nce rrND." IN1 f.4C..T."y 'I Big opportunities for the man who lives there. I E R. MUGGE EA

r' 'r., 1'0'To b.t amt from from last clerk Ff"lUn r''... ad \Vhy not look the field over ? A

w Told . .. San Francisco Los ALES. WINES. BRANDIES
A. Anderson all / 443 11J. Only $62 5o, Chicago to or G 0L

'. befog Aldermen absent. was, sal t.rfelted y for, eervicrs 1 ae Angeles and return May I 2 3 9, 10, I I I 12 13 WHISKIES ."D..'oJts,!* .! L

I ,
'twl", duoedwhtch'asunantmouslycarrIed The followlll' resolution Was iotro- 29. 3'0, 3r June.I August 6, 7, 8, 9,10,1 1,12,13 E. !'
I1eso1Ve'f '.' and Tickets for for AND TOBACCOS
d;.' bond be Eied That a..00.00 her .E; also Assessors, that 14, 1905.. good return 90 days. '

'. "; r aaGar" of Assessor 00 fixed!: aL'100.I.( ( I Rate for double berth in comfortable tour-
: motion by' H. M.'.Pt&Dn.ooood.; a a

I \, lector E. L. Lealey, the City Tax Colr' ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los a Anheuser-Busch Beer
:ls ",, was authorized to close the tax I

x'' .....The books Collector 00 Saturday waR ,Instructed May 27th, to IDU putS [,. Angeles, Santa Barbara, and many other points L ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED L

"potlce in the Valley Gazette to that

i !loot.! in California, only $7. _'rhrollgh traIn service from I o Can only be found In KIssimmee on Broadway 0
u By vote of Council, L. A. Minx: was
I j' re-appolnled Clly A8lieij"Or for the en- Union Passenger; Station Chicago, via the o Street. at the BRICK BAR BUILDING. 0

a i suing veal.A. .'
1L Hell.rden appeared, hefore the I
1r ax"; li Council and asked that the Council rer' N R. MUGGE.N

ltuCt'th.. assessment. on certain propertlet. .
I Milwaukee & St. Paul
, owned by hllllin IDeclty. .\fwr Chicago, I -
cooRultln' wi.1t Mr. B'arden, It was
St a f agreed hy \'ollncllthRt .said
; property = -- =-=
was eq) IRlly a".8.d with l'lrrolllld.' Southern !
Ir Union Pacific and Pacific Line
{ tug property, and therefore, aid asr' I
)N 81nnent would have lu remain a8 It
I l ''

o'' { ?te waa.C, A. Carson, appeareA tx fon+ ,the This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union 1
s 4i 'yyr I Council and that they 'onsltl..r -> A Healthy Liver MesA
t; r+ t, the a.dvisability 01 changing the I Passenger Station, Chicago, 6.05 p. m and The California :

t' the amount Legislature asked fur by' I.application Van Duzor toy Express at 10.25 p m. Tl1C California Expre-l's: car'ties tourist Well Man

1 s ( and endorsed by the City Council) sleeping cars to California every day. Both trains carry

for Strt and Park Improvement through standard sleepers
Purposes, from. 6 mills to 3 mill...
..... After dilll'lI88in the. matter freely with
t,,r ;.0 Mr. Carson, by majority vote, it was Complete formation elll free. ,
f .' agreed to leI the matter stand all It on retelpt of IOllpoO with blank

n waa lines f.lled. Name _
-- ----
Uo account of erroneous dotterlp"
I lions, by order of Council the t'll"rk W. S. HOWELL, I
was authorlzt'd to Cancel the follow- Street address .
-- -- - -
4. ing city lat! Bale certificates. : Ot.1Ea.tarnAgentX81Ilro.dway, ,-. -
Icy ri "; Certificates No. 131 01 2d of August. City State
; 't: .' t 1(107. No. tI5 01 1st 01 August, 1HIo8 No. or ..
i 330( of 6th 01 August 1111\1.! \ N u. 1:11..1hL : F. A. MILLER, A PURELY: YICrr".LE: COMPOUND and the nOST PEarEa -
Ir'- or Octol"'r iINMI, No. 104) of 2nd O.D..I Pa..enger Agent Probable destination : LIVER: .tEDltlXE KNOWN Do not flU .
i e 11101 ck CC Patrlck'H CAI.Irna NIA. your system'with
I September ( CH\CAGO. C..lomel. An.nlG or Quinin. IIER.INI: Is a
tf ( add ). Also certificate No. 273 of 211d t..d cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID trUaran-LIVER
t r December, 1MlI5.) and IJIPVaE
.LOOD. It will cur. MALARIA without. leav-
: j C. There being nn further business, the big any of the deadly .IT.cts of many drolll used for thatpurpose.
6 = % Council adjourned w meet In regular - Ona bottle purchased today eave from
rw'W. 1Lesdap, June 11th 1110.'), ()rowing; Aches and Pains a sick .p.1I tomorrow. QUIckly Guru' Co.stipattoa ..
Tjf VAN DlWR.l'reeldent, HEROINE'I J. W. HIMPSON
I D't Malarta Chikls and all Liver
J. R. OiWtttT. JR.. Mrli. JUNia SlIlUut, B'I1JoIO.I, Tex.wpila .
rb Clerk.rv5 'e. April 11i:;. l 11402: "1 bore. usedIlallarlI'S will o\'ercfJlue Indigestion,! and 1 Complaints. and recomme.ndad by the m.dical-pro- -_ -
'} Snow Liniment ..n iiiv family Y""IIIIla; "regulate: the bowels, and DEN FIST.OfTiur : fessiong.n.rally. :. _ _- - -
$ ? ; if Cur dHlsMotherofRheumatlem. for three, ears. I would, not 00 with- cure Ilver end! kidney, ...."'plli!.! _ over tReei/la t -Pfiertnfcy. :- - - A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S
1h and .
', J t"-iD" U.USU.h -h-Ihe "MGiisenther. Invigorator
: 4 i liMy mother has bmnn suIivrerJtutrran / ou t +wed--It bmy -
,. eaie-with-heumdtism," says little girl for growing ,pnlne and i In the world.,! It Ie purely I GFF'ICB nouns: I 9 a. m. to 12 m. ENDORSEMENT
; f w. ,-Howard, of Husband, Pa. "At aches III her kll..II J It cured tier velfl"hl", Ilf'rll'Ny! hartnlels. anti r 1:10: w6:30pp.: m. Dr. A. J. Hannah, a Lading physician or Umatilla,
9 'i) times Ihewas "nable' move at all. right away. I vealllo used It for should you be a sufferer frolll disease, Telephone No 76 Jun 5. Ivr.L' 11&. says: "I have been using Ho-bin. In -
I ";t while stall timeewalking was painful.y frost bitten feet. with good Rua'es5., It you will use It If'ol1 are Uld am wall plaa..d.with the r..ulte. my I always praGtic.
III the best 11I1im'1II1 I"vt'r teed, 2x' N. Andrews Editor and M. LAW M. D., D. D. B. ka.p
I present.ld her with B bottle of Cham- Mlr. r... I some on hand and think it. a ,rand medicine
!C}. .' berlaio'l Palo Haltq and after a few 50c anti 11.00. Thomsson I tulJt>r on.I 'o oa. and itoekledge News. Cocoa, for BillOu.n..1 and,Liver Complaints
I lon. she decided It was the 1'9a.' writes; I have used your Ht-rllin8 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Lappllca, pain reliever she had cleared I for Actio. in my family, and find It a most extxllent DENTAL SPECIALIST Large Bottle 50c Avoid All SuhstJtut.
s If&'t_ she I. never "' !th- When I he body I" cleared' for action, tne icine. Its effects upon
U1d il at all times able to by Dr Klnl'l1 New Life I'IUI, you salt. 'uYbtjlf have been a marked ben..tlt. Kissimmee Fla.. Ballard Snow Liniment
,; 0 >wally' AD oocuiollal ,application of w.1I it bv the bloom of health t on the Thomason & Hobersun. Phone 41 and AS.p Co.

I ) ':.,A'palip Balm keep away the pain hat cheeks: ; the brightness 01 UtI'( eyes; the --- -- ---- O. TIlOMASO\ll.- St. Louie.. u. S..A.
;r''" iahe was formerly troubled wltbt ," buoyancy of the. mind. Trythem.At ,. Has Stood the Telll ZS Yenta Physiclaraed S.r..os" .

-t ,For- sale by All: Druggists ftCftQI. la I'h R rmal'Y drug sto e. 26cents. The old, orllllDaI Grove' 'l'a..telel48 I I ALL COU.a ANaw5p..D.

;).?, Chill Tonic. You know what you aretaking. i 'P.o.. 33. ,

.(',''.,... ., ,j old newspapers 2K rrurx: .at this i I I't Trespass. Notices printed on cloth !. It Ie Iron ahd quinine In a I 01"_ .P.... I>>. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED
()1ke.j' at this ol'llce. tasteless form. No cre.) DU tI..y.. Soc.r.s I I88Unutlt, FLA. BY lTHOMASON

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