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: June 16, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00181
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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i5iowjE1Nr () the years young old', people aed was 01 very the town.popuiar among with To b.t from.n iSil reuio-------------------Pr.ItlMuYUsD" .. fIII4 fIR Fourth. 0'' July '. I, ttrt1tJ'tt) 1"J'tttt1t'trtt'tTtji1't'trtTtTtrITIItr11ittfl-iti'J'r" ; ' ' ,;'

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To amt rerd front IaJC ml--------------
whom his untimely taking oft ball cast To amt reed from clerk..I wTo..I. ut Or1andLii
a. shadow elom that only Lime can . '
TOHOPEKALIGi eft'aoe. S .. .. . . . ... . . . ., .., .M'I'L.LlNERY'5 ,
This Is the second shock 0(80 .Imnar ,By paid ar.ant. . .. .. . . . .-6111477- Jtltei-eatItNg Program. 'Arraa4edlecladlug g- I

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nature the poor mother has been D.I.Doe. . .. . 81>111II"OliO :: a. Addr.saby,. 00. : :
i ed on to meet wllhl1. a comparatIvely FUND.Tobsi .
short time her husband; Dr. J. A from ".. .t report. ------I. . $45741T.i .Browar4.edallarbocss.;: h ,. S Fora: ythiug .in the 3
i Sad Enaln of Ann SunayA ( Perdew bavlllK died suddenly seven .ml ree11 from""II rbl. .. .. . . . .. 21111441To -
amt re&d 'row o"'rll" . . . - I 1111 biuner
miles In the country a little over a Millinery lIne call

School Picnic. year alt'o. I, Total . ... ... ...... . . .. . 741t '"I Orlando I. making great .prPDII..... '
liesides tbe widowed mother, the.iieieaaed By paul Wsrrant1" . . .. .. . . 1112 144Bslanee Lions for abig Fourth ofiuly ce1ebratlon. - I

., - leaves two sisters MrR. II J. . .. . . ., .. . 4117 26 which prom1seto ""Upfte anything E and, get prIcesattljeKissIrnmet5 : : : ',:_.
Barns and little Helen Perdew tomourn or t'.e kind ever held In this .eo- .
UKE BODY his luss. UII.DI'I I FITNIN'Fo Lion of the Stale. She extends a ('or-\\ Store .
t i" DRAGGED FOR 101 from I..t reporl. . .. 1112 414Tiu Millinery
i is -------- amt reed f..u tax """,,clOt. .. . 116 4" dial invitation t.o..ll $outb Florid
g I To amt leod from clark .-,.-. --.-. 07Bilsuica to come and in the jollflla.tion. '
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Proceedfngs loin
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council : -- : 'We also nice
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,:. Edl/ar/: Perdew 5al111111 .. Aut.oowblle Pa.ra.de and Race, Carriage "' "
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! llaIJurm 6th }\\105. I, callltTa.! rt' ..Pa.rade Mule Hace. Pony == tine of 3
i. 011 Lake "Iear PhlIlc.O.I.ad.. Town To bat front last report . ... .. 418 40 Ribbo.-
Council met in special sessIon for To .mt fron1 nl-.rl . . . . .. 21.1 110' R&tI4'l. Boy'' S-1"'fllrt'd Hace. Potato :::: ::::
: \ F'allA O"erboard and L08C,1I of Ra.oo. Free fOI' all Foot Ra40.SIecbes .
.+ the )>urpolle of nvall8lnll 1\1115 returns\ To...... . . . .. . . .. . 1\340 by Gov. l3roward. And E MRS. 1.1 W.., PILLEY PROP. ==
a: HIli Lifo' Body Roco''erec1.r bond] election held June 3d. ; reaent . .
'101 W. r... Van Duzor Ch'm; 11. '1. N. B. Carson, bond trustee ( and other prominent 8pea.ker Escorted =:: ::: :=::

by Dra'Utlll" the Pfann W. C. flaps, E. L. Lf'sley. J. fur \pond truatet'lI) met with the council to Opera House by Orlando Rifles and 11111111iill111111111111111111111Ll11111111111111111l1111L 111111111111 S:S

; .a"., A. Anderson, and J. n. Gilbert, .J1.. and stated that there was a. sur- Band
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Clerk plus In slnklmc fund to excess. of presCDL Head InK of Declaration of Intle.nendeiee. -

'. The returns were found. to be as follows demand and a.Jrt'd that the coun- . "' .. S

On Ilut Friday aftf'1'noon a.b"ut* 4I ; ell Instruct trustees to pay Intereat, on 12 M..- a.rbecue Dlno''r. S : . .... . .
O'I'I"l'k, JUNt all thf' I;>lIndgy dbIO1pk Stale of .lor1d" bondl! one year In advance. at such a 2:10:: p. m-Bueball Game at Orlando -

'nlifi'" WtolP I'rl'l"t\l"inll to rf\luru tAt of Dseeola IMOOU1lt a.s trt1Sleell saw tit 10 a.t'"t: Gruunds.
Ihwn fro... ParBII 1 IBnd.Vhf' (,! Town Courtly of KhllimuJeo City I which request was granted and otherabue 4 p. m.-1<:lIhlbltion.. Orlando Fire
hal, tw-ii th'' d\' to ordtflance lepartrnenton Orll-nll8 A,"enue. :
they t"'no1ln&t : R i referring trulo\\,11! \ .
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111"1 (1 1IMlrl' MlnlIwl'i"I'nt:' "1'cur..l.% 1nI \V. the und..nllCu..1 Inllpt''I 'rll. No.2. vlz: An ordinance entitled IIn 7ro:: p. m.-Dance all. at Qperal'L.usIt. 'Stilte8i1nllltKissimmeif ,
whlt'h 1.oIjCar: I''rll..w I"Nt his life by clerk of Munlchal Bond 1.Ic: >ctun.! thi43rd 1"linallce, I ...l'rl.\'Hnll for the paYIT1Int '' M usic furnished by OI'Chelitra.
dl'owllinjot.In ) .day of .1 tIne. held in and for the of IIILt'I'est OR Electric 1.lllht 1-binds Music tbrou.ron the day by the Or-
Town of FCIasinme. .... hereby CPI.tl1ythe for. the lando CorneL Band
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( ''I1IIan.with O"'A-OIR Johnt4)fl ami the t-edeniption same, ---
; and E. M. E..tA'''. Ihl' d..8M'.d "IIII" following; 1ft a true and correct I appointuwl1t "I botld trustees and defining There will 00 Special Prizes offerdon 1I
I lilt of votes east. Iu said ..1.., ""lon. I Oldest Oou leprf'.erat
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..1. luau WItH Ollt .ullinlC near till') 1'land. 111I'Ir dullps. day f44I ) .
'HAS. II JEBAluan. OfferN to Customers Evc Facility
( ot Persons Traveling the Fartb.111. -
-to "Iwn a 141 ron V. In,1 "'81111'I I' II nd thhlI N. n. ('arson C6"hlf'r Stateflank :
'IM'III''' IInnll1l181/.hl. E.lghrP.'rd..w C K ..FRANKLIN of ICissinnee. appeared before by Team toO Attend the CsiebratiouIidan .. CC llfdMtent with S01md Mnnngemcllt. -
WIsH lltlll'l I !' Ihl' tat anti, Wllft J. \\'I1L..o.OS.. SR.Inspectors.. COll1lc1l111, ,.halr of said bank "Ia.tlvjf Brinl.ng t.ho Mosl. People to the I : I

l\lIln\ on I hf' "'"lr"In" HI"'rn h"ltllnl!' I thaI. tIt., taric had Ien holding town ('elebra.tlon; the heaviest MaD Present _

the IIh..t IItFP 'llh uu. h8nI wh1I. heh..11I J. It. CaII.J4RRT. HR.l'1..rk.. H"rip .!4ieiowited. by the purchasing; fl'um VULII1le the City of Orlando; the Personal AtlelttIa tO All Jinstiless 1ntrustd! to' Ust I
( on 10 ttit. IlHkl, wltll I I..III'. .tlll'r I alent fell' pisyiileflt of biLis for the 01 cI e"L, Or'apl'e! County Settler: the
Thl' .ull rOI' I"'allle tungleti) and Ilw For ( .mpt..rv BonliH, . . !.II I (Own. for which the bunk had ad- T..II..ltt Man Present ftkw Outside the - -

lHlL "'1'111 "\1' in. h.... _1,1, ,.. ah"lIl II,1fIIJlilli Against.. ('eiiictery; Bnd l.j I va(14'pli InIuney and asked. o(1ulOcll to City .,1 f OI'lando. RSO.J.; ;

.. "hi!, wal'r. 811d t I,., ..all dll'llnlC 'ur Street, liod . . 42 allow them illtere.t on same, which J .. : N. B. A.tiIER"
111111, 11" hiki' TI.t ""IIIflfltfl.) who Altaln Street hiond. S ]\\1 I I on 111(1''lIOn lIy 1!. 1>J. Pfunn. 'coIHled Thrown Prom a Wagoti.- II''

\\ ,.,.,. lip Si't," 1"11",111111I, ? lall/h jii..i itUjp I ,\fwr eat,'. .... i,,( .lIltl"I'IUI'UM$ CuUII' II.I ) 1-;. I... I.... I.. '. it ala UI)IN III IOtlII.a Mr. George K. Babcock wall thrown .

S 111111' niid Imklnj, hll.'k "IeW Ii iii C.'II I 1 .1"I'lar",1 I St "pet 1 Bo"l.i 1.i .'arc led!. I .: IV5I1 hat,. interest' "n 51L0110 00 paid I Iaud from his. wagon and screly brul..ed.Ht' . "' '
In ,11 hi' WalA'r. ....of'llIj[ I 11..1'1'. imthlll') 1 v to ( 'I'U"nundM ,'lu'rl..I1. the ..lprk wait ordered to draw ('hamhprIRln's Pain Balm '
applied
1..1") hi"", 1111,1 '1..lIh'I..M. f..1a1l1C ttIttH' ( 'ollllc,1, I IIII'll aijourned'( u, n".t inr"lllllllr warrant 1t1l11>ttnt1lHC to-21t 'it' III p"y'ment f'.1 and It is the best. liniment - -, ----r--:

) "Id,1 .en..! h' ..wi'll ii. thi ...Iioi'IIIHflt I'I'I. I aCssI4I) I In' above IJJt'nlifllll'tdIlau , of Shill,\ ill..t. .. Clerk a nit al.... h.. ever;\ used.. says MI" Bahmt'k: Is a. well
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IIMI \ 1.1" )h., ., c.lI..d IA) 11'111t. ,. \\' I... V.AN I>UZOlt..J IUlltl'lICWd to take up "a'Tunt Nu. :!71 I known citizen of North Plain. enn. r #

t. 1:0 IlI..i ,,1 Iind .1i'. wuId. IIwim It. (;iILIIF.II'I', Prelldl'nt.l'II'rk. 1.. tt'11 "',.by. 7th. 115)5\ unullflhing to 'h..r Is nothing equal to Pain Balm I' f

,,,,,1. :III'1 ( ;111"1'1 "II" 'aK willi It $41li 011 held by bank. and. issue four for sprains and hruilies.) It will .fT..t OSCEOLA .'I"I.

1,11'11', l'row,1 "f I tIfl' ;'Ieui icr''.. al thI .. --- warrant 10 lieu thereof covering a cure In one-third the time required .
I 11111,11111: K "ll1nl t !' for t1i' KtcauhIoti , \ amount of sarne. '
For sale
other 111
June 6th 1O5.'l'ie \ liS any lI'I'utment.! S.
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I wIII'h i had hr""l'ht" a I'.rllon ..f tti' Town l1al\ M. Katz Kiiearcd, hw.fore the hoard All UruloflCbt..

_. 1'1.,1 I", t.owii .. I1W t Ihp ut'Id4nt aiuiiit'init ,, ), ( '0')11"11' met In regular I Pllllion, and asked the CUUII'II '0 allow re- -- ---- --- : :
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IIIIH* a r"h"1 which) WR,4Lu I thu-i-,. '",Inll "r..llt \V. I. Van 1)uio., .. dlll'tl" un tax sale (.lertiflcate airaiust S PHARJ\ACjL-
",'tI()red 1lt'8r. I'o".d ItO III.t aM hI'"olll Ch3irman ; H. M.! Pfl1". E. 1... 1."It.\. I lot 14. block Qh. Shn..makt'I"s 501) dlv.BII. Solid Trainload of

,( 10 Ilu' "'"MI"If'. lout wl..n wthlll'! '1.1. A. AnI'-I'M"' W. C. Un.... and. .1 Of MI add.. MI II1I' )1..lonflnll 'a, one ; THE LEADING DUGS1ORE.5' ,
forty or jUly, yarils. of 11,.. IIlIfortlln' It (HII.-rl. .Ir. I hrk.Tb. Mary\ J Pryor alto was In destitute cirtunstttoees Cattle Sbippe f. : S
the lRdt, mectinita would thank the - --- .--.- -
'OUIIII' man Nfl w him sink I.'n"'h' I Ih. .' mlllllh'M "f bnd --- -- ', -

f "VI'M 10 ri NC It" Il1I'1'. .Tht'druwnllll I : eEc rl'ad a nil UI.I"\...... reports 01fflt'ps council for any charity that they saw Mr. Hull Bass shipped on Monday IB the place to buy ,our 5 ; 1i -:,
: i "all wi 111.,1.. t h U 'r..wd of jrdac hI)' ,, were t'xluni".t1 and appr"ve". flu to extend he county redl'mptlonawounLlnll a solid trRlnl..a.d of cattle to LykesHrs. IS '''
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c two hllnlr..l, clr IIInN' 1'1'1., .. 1'hiu' flIowinlt h.l1 Is were aPPI'oved t.o $.',.71 and wuuld ask at Tatnpa which wa undl"l'stand i
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Thl' Mink HroM. "Inl'h whlvh wasp and or.h'r..d. laid as foilowEJw : I.hat the elty would allow her tu icdeeiii will be shipped to Ha.va.lla for the i ,; Soap Perfumes, S.ationeq( and Toilet Ari ;

, ; 1I""r. Ih..11. CarI1t11' . out a pari )' of I AtrhIL' sI.ry SI Mal..r Ir. ::: at the ..a.III..n motinn. duly Cuhan market. ,
. ,.... who I/'It'd IIn,1 1114' hod I_ %\ Itlism. i.Iiift 55 MariOst tO . the above 1"'I"est wall I .
IIuutA4rs to ) I. WI ".10.. ,.,....u InI..-r'. I'oIItl. II ,InI. .1'I.'on.1..d. 'l'be cattle were purchased from the I ", I j In fact anything in ha drug line. .", ,. "
,. 1., 11\] 11111. IIh. tt.t' )"01'1' IIIaI il IflL'hL% I. \\ iIItnivi.. r..I1., "rho....". rt" I "M4I ..ranted. r. 'E.l'al'sons Cat.tleCo., and D .1m be red .
a IH' found In tllllp for re.iiscIt atiun. ,I-(' U..I". 101 SU 11C ., II Bullock appeared is-fore theboard about three hundred head. There! ", -r. "
"'r bill tllI'lr CtTOtt4 "P',, In vatn.I A I. ...'.1.....". .alry.. KcsI'ger. I\J '0'I ', I a. agent for \\' A. 1ICoul, eight C"a.rload and a.. special j, ", 'JZ
J A I.sna-.Ier. Na .., .. I .......r. III INIt 'an errolof were Phone us your order. Quick.deliver 6
arrh'd In Ih.
The havJnlf and stated that through
I 1I.am..r I 'IIIhr 10. .I'.. 'UlaUI nail Sir KIP I 44I 1 I train was uscdtohaul Ihelll t.o Tampa. '
meantime IL was dc>cI".d to bring the I I Ie ..11I..rt .Jr. Nalary' U c'.rll ;IP, ,INSI the. city assessor B ceitain I piece nfJ.rollPrty The whole "bu nch If were beef cat- Z; IGHTI
! ;iJ <'I'owd of 1aiIis and chlld..n Lo town Ie '.\\II..rt,'". uI .. ...r .,ocI not E L P :2.1/ '.1.1t. was. allowed. I to be advertised tie and tbe price paid W\l.1t .'H.OO) per PRESCIPTIONS. FILLEDDAXOR
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and It Olitort. J. (Ft d j jW uf SI'C. 22. Tp. 25. -
and return with 14011I1' 11.n Ir! I. Iloditea. potIU; d yvaD I I Mame being a Iart head
seining fur thH 1><,liy. Mr. B. I' I' I.no. pollc" dilly . .. . . 231. It 21Je and asked the l'lun<,::11 \\-O.'l1Ilt "
I I Cobb; 'hose IIlIh ca.mp II 'near bybrought e It 'I lOse" &C0. md" lor ELP, . SAsp. :!II the aiverti.ing cost on account of. .
.. .. litCarttrTbouipa'n.Ilee 511ed by His Uoctor."A r -
I hi. lelnt'. and Lbe .eareb fII' .. Rr011041D. Ilsis worll .. ... . .71Will" / said t'lrror.'bfireby' on motion duly / .

: the I b'ciy wa" kl"pL up unLit Datit, mid. ......... his w'r work..4. ... . 60Ii seconded saId request was granted doctor here ha" sued me for -.5- t S
I nhrht. ''Whfoa It wall a.ndon..1 Liii nexImorInr. : lot 1<:..... hue WIk. .. .. .. . . . .. .. ... till 0/\/\ and clerk was instructed t.o charge tI2.50. which 1 claimed was excessive
I (l..o. 5.iwler.' this work ... ..... ,... '" 14 6 45Kdg.r (, adverhisiqg cqt t.o assesuor. fot a. caMe.of cholera morbus" says The Kissimmee GrocyJo!

OnHlllurda.y morning a.bout9o'c10 I. MrCsllt.t.r.Pt.MuwIIiI s&sry: werk at F.. ... ;I-i.i.: : MI) : A pt'Lit.IQn fi urn a number of citizens: n., White. of .Coachella. Cal. CIA'Lhe
Capt. Jnhn..nn'. $l.-an'l'r with' about p salar itup'L K L. "c: MM :: was Dresented t.o the council calling trial he praised his medical skill
twenty II..n (1) board wpnt hack 10 thc %v 1.t.UI. : IHsor. :r ag1 O'ii'I VI. : 121 attention! to the very. bad condition of aDd medicine. I.a.sked.bim if ii was -- S. r -

..."...... of Ihf'l. Ih'o"'lIinll j IIrll..I.. with :: : :: :: :: Ii W":;",.to 24 27 '::;: Ii house kuocri and used as a negro not Cha.mberlaln's Colic. Cholera and Sells \Vhlte House 'C.free( thebeseyer, : .: rRold

drltlrlilwM row-h..I. ulld KIttIPM! ff1ed .. I' 1I1Ilw C .. m4... for It L I' 1111.' restaurant and situated. on the south Dla.rrhoea Remedy he used all I had In Kh slmmeo. A trial will
aft, ii limp i fA) ..1:1'1..1.: in tI)4'' II' ''''' ofralMi'"l'thp ) 14.0II.ri,,;,' hiS Ut "I' :: 151A lIt: I ItKstIitITl. part of the nur.t.h-wPsI..rn half good reason to believe it was. and he can \11

1)0'10'\ tit,' ", "dIU'C' A Klo.Iic-1.-l Mai-k. wool for Co.,': I..phone rent I I\U "I.. I"...... .r.., '_'In..1e n'''__ -11.-. HIi'- JUt surv...,'., would not say under oath that It was convince tile most scptica1.! g .
nu"l..r" of rowiMiats. and .1 iiek I lIuII I \\ M M.I" PLltTY 'urll 2 2.C .. I I.cJalmlnjllhat salol bulldlntr ;ai.. badlyie.c.aycd not. No doctor ('.()ultl use a better ., .
COCk 'a 11I1I1IC"h were ulrl'u.h' oil thC, : Yo .o..kll", m".ofbn"delrc'lIo"... .. .. 1 I '..41I .11it ., I ( I and In a clllalidated cund ILion I- 'medy than this In a case of cholera - --- -- -- ----- .

s,,f'flC hUMil)' QOgI1I(1" flralnilnj( In... M a ,IIROO. Sr. .. .. I -.. I and believed to 1w a rh..n ace tIiI > roorbus it never fails. Sold by All .' c .
It
IllIariter. .. I We .also headquarters for .
with luoks at.taeh'd In (hr vl.'lnlly of J Il'.ill..t.or.! I'\.rlr\ ".. .. 2 00I the! health of the I'Itll.n8. living on the Di-uggist.s. are .
wtwr' .. .. the holy went d(>..'n. Oil arrlvai W A....rh.\. 1, "..11117' .I. ai. I adjoiningilropert a.'iklnlC the council '
I lit. NI"Rlill"( : was awl'N', iivi'wetitbi' 14 (4 1.1v '41abl.hlln.. .....111111 wIL8".I..I leN.I P.U'.: : r.VWr.ltcr ,, tu take lIomf', action In regard to condemning On last Friday, June 9Lh the last

1..J'I"d!' un,1,) tI" ..II"i "' I\'h,'"'"' I tiC, ,. 11,"Met.a'I5CN. ."an f'l ri.11111' lur .IIII'I '''k 4 -'ii,,, I 'tm"' at once. Af"r\ Cutaidering )- aud only son ut Mra. JPerdew' Fresh Meats of all- Kinds :
dro" l 1n'lt.'ur.I., II nd 1 I hI' III"H'III t tls'gari h..n J M (ar'I"'r. ml'ol" for ..I"II"n m.r' I ,.41t ..aid petition sam8 was refeured was drowneJ, In the Tohopekaliga .
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in ""1'111'1,. .tn'1 wo.It 12'< IIJ 10 ..anilBrv cOID"I"V. Lake nearPa.radtse island
I. "Lab'
1' (long IIn""h :!$IICllllrll"nh.hookH) !S H M WIlli...,,. Jr. .r.fir In tslI-I :I i'IIIP .L. \ J. Sears, -get for 10:. L. ..IA'sley.m Hto was sailing fro'1l the city dock MGFL' '
,i faiit4'flCd III iitrvsis. of ahi'iut. lao4tMt )' lINZl'it. prlitIvg.! IIJ ; i- 'I, with I'oulldl and "tal,1a" the 1.0 P&radise IlIlaocl where the Sunday M. G. WAR.ING .) .
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h8d I"LeIl prf'I'Qr..d on the way 1 I&.IN C II IilI'O 7(10. liSt It5tI,1(1 If. .'..'"nl'il. H I P rin 41.i:/ lime liniit had expired In regard to school !PIcnic wall being heki on that I -" ---- _
; (1r.. alld un.I-r th.. dltetiuii ofCapI. au "roo 1'0 'IiauIer fur r..uINY 2 54, the releiiiphion of tax sale certificates lay. 'J lhe wind was blowing a hurl-I I - - - --- --- --- ---- S
I 'lay John40n one .n,1 of thlll tII JoIi.toII, wItlipN 105IttP . .. r 1: I ttllowl'd them August :!d. lIK'-i' and : can and the swells. were furious, the' Fine ojUSPATE OF'THE. I'tOVICE.'

Will )1".ld on the ha'I/. ahihl, Jack I n.I..1.1,110 I ('.II"H'I'IrONIeS J'ftom. filII" al R 'SIH.id ftliund 11'I'cur.d) III ,III II)ut'54 Itf that date on beat capslz..d In about three hundred ,Sheep. The .uspetonof" 'tbit. .rackaOQv11Je :

J( hancock In hh naptha launch tuok the Trislet"I rI'NWsN.' .'l.-po'iII d"IHI.II IrisIt'Ii OI nil 4:17: :5v ;, pllil" ::1442!. would ask that the ,COuncil' yards of the nthel"lhore and Illled The Lee-Parsons Cattle Co.. received Dally Sun S..t.tl'd.., was.DoUmexpecl.. . -
,J. other.. Cud Ifl. circled. .RI'ouIIII. ilrag.glug \ C H.... ...IsrY OM AI.I..rmon I 'lit I IYo : ext.end) the time as Mr. l..esley would' about 1 half full of water, Edgar tel on Monday by express two' fine eel., It t. tbe"I"IIle' and DOC the ..eJCeept.loD -
t thi' Itnt> and hook" n.. npa!' ast I. I e.Icy, .a'.r"' a..A'.rn'11 A'tile,1,1511' . I I ,I IIIs litII :, like tit) settle the matter at once.and from the stern unknown by the ..the\ registered Shrop..hlr'e.ram... from hat papers .wbic) arp belClIl1 -

't t the I'YI' I'nuld ,tet'rt Ihrmlh, I lie pIIH'" \% M L \.e l'l.nll... n..o nlary-..Ialh'rr"o.& .. I 'III: get .ulll property on tax books. On two boys OMct'.la JuhnHon'a.nd E. :M.1atea I'ickat.onle iii which they will use and attempted to be5 run.bynovioes ;,' '

i;_ where thf.. JOlinII' man wall 4IwflO(1.riis ( I.A "nllenon. .I.rv a. Ahl..rnll' 40 1 'IIItit. INt.tc !', motion dll'ly. seconded> Mr. Lesley that were with him as "O.HI as I In Improving their large flock of by amaieur.by people who have haa
pXpt'rlm.'t was tried LwiCe.without but .. C 'Fsnnrr. .al Ktnsluunee...mil.1". p.rt" ,l'. ticilNrISflt WitS allowed ten ciaYN in which to redeem they realLited that he walt overboard .heep. no.newspaper trai\liDr\ and who adop'
of
suots." The ends of thl line \\ Ran"1'010'271 11.(' lit:I said eertiticat4's. they turned to come.awut to feet him These are probably! the largest ralU" the business as aD perment.neDd( Intsitnre
wCre then tltk..n by tWO row-hoa,. .51.1. R.nof KI..lmm"e. ..art III lIeu. An ordinance relatlnjt: to Postal i'dgar hol lowell to them 10 sal I .n t ever placed un too Hlsslrnmoo range In the loss mODel.time and ,.
lItMt.Le
with Lw') or tilceC m..n In each anci a w"r..nt "'n '.m In lieu. 11. \CI'aph-Cabl.\ .. Company Walt. I fltiudtieed can swln oul. and Ihey .being conscious and If they live and thrive, as It Is to energy. ODc la'.. thousand dooosueb'
KImsImunce trt
I' drag waN! uiad. n..al..r Ih."hol't' when w. rout n..k Nn.f 271 11)11) (IX5U.te and read.. B first lime, and on I of the fact that )Edgar was a good: 1 he hoped they will, will prove a great .a journal prove perm..aento-.nd thel1

the IHd)' W&5. cuul/ht by thl' hooks and HRn' bf Kta.tmnieO baIsne In mot.lon, (lilly Clnd..d, act Ion on swimmer turned and weashore.Al. .. bell..lIt. The express ora the two only by the enlistment, io fts Working:
rose to the surface over a hundred 1war.\ ot 1'01" 271 Inl.er.'I I 11ft! ''a IS' : same was df'flwedlntil June 5th, 111115.) Gilbert realizing tha Edgar was amounted to $31.00.: force of men who know the .bu.ll"eu.
.
yards from where It went down. State &(* ik of Kl'i.IuumeI tit which date council adjourned .to In danger! went t.o hllll1Tr bout all Thill company has also ordered live The Suu was an ambitious attempt ,

. The body, when found Wll8 somewnat T''t'asllrer, J. A. Lancaster rl'porwd meet al 7I4): 1 p m. last as he could a.jCalnstthe waves and more registerel rams of the same to prove a1 exception to this rlJ1e. .It ;
d IMcoo'ed) but In a fair stat4, "I 'Ii'servatlon. for the month of April as follows: W. J. VAN IUzcR. President. wind ana reached him within 25 or:1O: breed from New York state, which wall begun on wind and It'all..ad! Iiunfortuaately I

, It was IIa'ced on the .It'a.ml'tr OKU."L ruse .7. It. Ir.uicuT... Ju., CIl'rk. ,,""'pot'' when he went down his last tune will arrive In a few day s. fOl'tlJe latter Kent.leman.
and ImmediateLy takel In charge hy 10 bd 'rom I.., report :IV': /!WTo bidding farewell to loved ones and. all\ succeeded JD. 4ulieresttng' '. capitalist \

I.;; undertaker Thompacin Who had To Lint amt reed reg-d from from tsz m"Mlhal noll'lor 11"*) 1,7'to Tow Ha June 8th. 1M! .). earthly scen..s. Acute qholltnatlsm who, bad m011e1 to castat! the .onll'
and d isinft'Clant8. ,\ Z1'FIlth I there not ashtre and who ...'DC about
brolllofht alonlf cloths suit recul' from clerk Council met In adjourned session atn sure was one Deep tearing or wrenching; pains, bird p..rtlot1Jar
whose heart did notllche (for him and the bird This
o'cured about the
The finding aL specie.o' gentle-
. .. . $12151: I 21By I all members being! prtJsent.Th I occasioned by getting wet' through; .
.' 11 o'clo(. wsrratl I aBalan" > consideration. uf the ordinance who did not sympathize In the deepest worse. "when a.1 rest. or on first moving 'man was soon separated from a large I
paid
i The younlman evidently atLRml'tedt.o the Postal with his mother an" .Ister.. In the wad, while the fouoderof.the :rnblica- -
relating to Tel"jraph- the IimbtJ' and In cold ol'damp weather,
. 'IIIM' JtIOT.an
t.o undress, hliiieif a8 hill 8I1RIen.h'rs on band Cable Co. wall again taken uP-Wber- loss .yf a son or brother we scarcely III cured quickly by Ba.Uard's Snow Lion emerged from Its wreck with just ,"
' his shoulders FUND rea.lI what It t.o mother much be started wlt.h-tbe wind
from means a
.; were ulled down bv a.n a.l1Iendment was offered to (Jr- can Liniment Oscar Ole on Gibson City. as a.s ,
I ...h and his paratH were unbuttoned down To bal fnm last report. I 174 1104 IN 11)To dlnan'Ie' first read and read a or father; sister or brthr for the 111. writes, Feb. 16. 1002: "A year aDd the Kall. c
Rho the button To .ml reed IFOItLXN.Z collector I IOR of their loypd ones unfli! we feel The demise ot the'SuD should '
the frmt. He had torn am' tied train clerk . 1* "t'Cltnd time with amendment and ago I was troubled with a In my serve
' hole out In hk shirt at the throat. ordinance comrnit.tee I It ourselves, but we waiL.ay to the fain a. another Warning to lobe would'M
bad
fE I and In endeavoring to take off his Total . '' M-I "" committee reortted favorably I.e-I i bereaved to tell it t.r.Jesus, alone In bend, soon One got bottle so of Ballard's journalists, who think t.ba.L a.., Denpa-
... ver.
1 neik tie. which was a four-In-hand. 1'J paid warrant' a.rnelldment, and onl motion. duly a land that i Ii fairerthan this and by Snow Liniment cured me. Sold byThcmason per cart. be made a success on nerve
It around 1 . . &'III13 and w1be\ there. You and 'alone. It take'
he had pulled and tightened! Balance haDd. SeCOnded, read a third time and put. faith hope we & Roberson. InQI1e a greatdealmore
his neck NCHI rusi). its passage. which wall un&nlmously lave, the sympathy and prayers uf the t.ban money aDd nerve nO

S S The lltearqer rHurnp.\-\ town aM TobI from", I..t......." . .. 4140 :.!IITo upon arrled. ( See ordinance In people of the town and surrounding matter how IiberlIy .uppl1ec,1.. to
t' 0 the body wae taken to Mr. 1'hompson' .ml T544I from lax collector 4.N, M.\ another column ) couotry. Prices make a successful new'paper' ittakes
undertaking establishment. where It To .mt tech. In..1 clerk I 110 Bonds having prevlously carried, We hope that this may be a lesson the peculiar training wbiota can be

, was prepa.red for burial. Total' n27' 145By clerk was instructed 1.0 advertise forbids to all who know this Bond who may forIce gained only 10 the actual t.t/tIo.phere:
The funeral was held at 3.:10: o'clock p.ld warrsuta. 7214: 1M' council to meet on Saturday know and especially those ", bo saw It.t.o Cream. of the prIDL-sbop-a very pa.cUoular

Si on Saturd'a.v afternoon at the home of . Mil 11/I/ July 1st, 1t106, at 1:30 P. m.. to receive be always ready for we know noL aDd DO, overly plentiful type 0' "&1'81 '.. .
: the younl( man'. mother Mrs. J. A, Balance 00 hand same, Lt whIch date council adjourned. itie hour when the Lord dOAoh come and matter" that I. only .acquired by eJperi.nee. ::- (
I. l'erdew who wa. prunrated with grief .IICT.IC LIGHT PUKD.To W. L.' VAN Duzoa we earnes,11! pray God to help us to : I" '" .

and unable to leave her ruoD! ?' The :: twl fronu taint report ' : : ': 3)47 7 Ill 67Tutu. J. 1l. O1tusnT JR.. President. walk tbroGe-h the paths Qf life that 1 pt. 20c The Trlbuoe rei'l'8tAbe .ad. ending.of .
1'o Runt reed from oollrelor enter eternity apdre8t the Bun for It JI'.v..ldebce.f be-
funeral wu attended bl a large num Clerk.A some day "e may < I
her of the friends of the fmily and . ... . .... . . . 8114 !!II in the shade of the tree of life qt. 3Sc2 lag a bright youngsterealt.hugb ILl -

was cnnducdby Rev. C. E. Jooe.I fly psid wsrr.otl' . . ,' . . . . . M Ii 0sasrtood Care for ",'ea. with our loved ones who have gone on gat. 65 years were limited avd1beDa Im.U .
l Jo'o'llo"InIr friends ot the decea.sed I . . . . 77 before and belp us all t.o realize the chance of reachlne m.&urh1., Ills'
acted a. pall-bearer.: AI Gilbert\ Balsam OD band Itching Blind Bleeding or pro- Importance of being always re.dy. 1 gal. $1.25 .I4LtbM '1o.nly lobe good: dr. .TOUDr! ,
Carter Tbomp.on Will Moaeley1 sAjuTAay FUKD. truding Plies. Druggists refund moo.ey From. .IDcer" Iriend.M. and the 'railbuDfl .oloea thla, MnUmellfio
. . . . . 611To / if Paso Ointment fails t.o cure
114 any .
dEo
)o a.rne.t <1Irer.Lreet Earl Lupter To bal from l..t report a: WARING. be hope that b may .oo\be whateYor & "
sift .CItId from m.nha.. . . .. . . 16 00 case no matter of bow long standing )
be lCat.hend ,
bisedlegheart.
M may
.. collector.. WITotal. 21'l'o Delivered Anywher In TOWD.
He wa' tenderIJ8 laid to re.t be.lde Toiimtrse&frm&tuL rc&4tom: Isz cI.rk ... .. ;:::. : :. : : 67 in 6 to 14 day. First appllcattoo1ves 810.. Wood. about the bier aDd also patch liP, "',
ease and rest 600. It your druggist the bolM wbicb eut, into
few of were
S hi. lather, who preceded him severalmonths . . .. . .. . . .. . .. 246 11IIBJ ha.n't It send 50c In stamps it We will furni.b Sto. Wood, deli. demands of the;
t in Rose Hill cemeterY, . . . . .. . 60 00 capselous purse b1 lobe ,
ago paid.srrsntl. . will be forwarded pos..pald. bf Parts ered 1.0 any part of town at 11.00 per .. '
maker. MILLER "OVERSTR payroll and the! material bll1l. am'f.
awaIt ofhts
t.h. last call
f I theret1p The deoea.ed was about wenty"o' B.,1.C., : . .. .. .. . .-. .. . .. IllS 68: Medicine Co.. St.. Loul. Mo.. tf Strsuid. MATN LUBEn co. pa TribWl if"" ;i,:;. '

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$tOppI.nlr Tra ne With Wind. ANOTHER LIFE SAV0.Mrs. ....

Railway Doda78 have e
managers
I
O. W. Fooks. ot Salillbury. lid..,
a very great rewpect lOr sir '
.
wile or (i. W. Fgoks, Sheriff or Wtcomina. -
ut 4e.lp their trains soas to eUm-

bate .. fw as po.aibl. the ho.t1J.) d- says:. COunt7."1 suf-, I i ATE y +
iI.
fact of the .Incl. No such. respect fend wttJt kid- 1I 1 '
;) '
I Qo o
bothered Commodore Vanderbilt, tlo. fey complaint I a rhronj I

?I ."er. saes WorI4' Work, ",hen Ilr. forelcbt7e.ra. I. O

I, r w b George W..Un..holl.e 1II'It bmltted It Came on me .,

to Lim hi. plan for the u.. of air .radu.Uy.. I I.I

#; c xk vk 7t 4Wap brakes on railway tralca.Mr. felt tired and I II I I Employing Convicts .. Uoadmakera,
.
Westinghouse had been for severas weak was

years hard .t work to adapt air .hortot breath ,I :. .rev..... ARDICNPATRICIIIAYES

y pressure, to the purpose he- had IDmln4oto and w. troubled sf Jc of the Kings Count I'en- ;
Cltr.-brapPd corselet band hind It
New York nlsta made wlllt a very deep .
W. 0 Itentlary believes that '.
o
7. the
the or swift
make han411n. with
o"es'' perfectly fitted. linings arc among kind of blouse bodice of creaul nceor- Idle '
prisoners lU the
.
trains liter H. had at last ..chl..04hi. aftereatingand I "'a.i
Dloatlpg ot amt .!lou chiffon o'pr'hl<'11 urns '
e $ I the lilt eat (uncles r/1slllon. art'always plated ( 7fole' rlous prisons anti -
+ 3,, il4+ u object and "IUl his completed apparatus m711mb. i peDloIt'IIUII."Il'
a graceful and attractive when mmmtpd some vpry \line Urn"'lilt IlIl'''. In the.Stat'0'could be
.yft. 1 set out to conQuer railwaymen were badly .wollen. One doctor IT which em.ploye .. 4 4J.
t
t This gave n pretty II ) (effert
: After much dlMcl1lb.. h. a.. told melt would finally- turn to Drigbt'sdisease. would h. pnrliculnrly becouITug!! to a .1 to great benefit to the State'abd
R to thriuselves 10 the
I. I bulldllll af
s- a cured an Interview wlt'll Commodore I was laid up at one time f'f1r tIlIT.tltsIII pubUOl'onclJl. -.
,,
alight ", ,nil n. shiny\ Mpotltt\ ]\ If the convicts
; ee j Vanderbilt then the &Tellt.e-at railway three week. I bad not taken Doan' were thus put'at
shadesw
1 A kt .+ + + ,,1o'IIXrO!", whltl amid pastel
9 t e work thoardD believes
jC a r e ma.l1 In the country. Tile old man Kidney PIli. more than three days ql be. Mein. amid till' 'llIIrlll" ot IIHnI8' the I
Slut would !In time have ;,.
when the dl.tTetlllJng'.elllllg thefinestsystem
lI.t.ned to his esplan"UolII with dim.tnlahlug across m7 .11111' ,II' 11011" find .soft elt' chine
crepe
back and I-wa. ot highways 10 the country.Ta .
disappeared soon entirely -
patlenee."Do ad! j.ollular
nllll ,'hlrr"unllrll: \ will h.
drmonatrnte the
'" practicability
mean to tell ms" he broke cured. . ofbla
you shit.Itlou.e .
nil .' .New York Evcmilug '
tdsYf4JSl For sale b7 all de.l..rs. Price. 50ieota. i theory. the 1Parden t. just now engaged -
y l In at last, "that you can 4to j$ railroad \
r : .' In experimental work
train with wind" ->:z; Foater-M1lburnCo.Buffa1ON.L along,
or Shirt Walsh .these IInpI. lie I. employing the
idle,
.wslI 7.. replied Mr Wwtingbouie. ---- .. - I I ,: :No" gotvmi of I list. spring. 1& (sore I'opu.lar I'rl..1I..1I. III the Kings County I'onl-I
+ "AI aIr I. wind I I
.uppoa. TOil Had to Return the Frame. tl"n, list out In shill wulllt styli.. 1'Itlnry, to jay out a street near the
could call that.
111 LDRED "I'e It'um. Nat .Goodwln'' attended a story.. i sloth nn male) for the waist lit bitter prl"oll. l\
to fools
no waste.os
t tilling. party not long'. ago wh.n h. Illnrl than title Oil" III the liluslnttlonIS This" street II being laid through a'
KELLER.RESTORED eald the groat and the Interview
man was r.mlnd.d ot the following: 1 III ..howl' III golden brown pomigrt'with large plot ot land owned b1 the county

TO HEALTH, was aoded.-Youth. Companion. "Thor. was 1& young fellow In Clilcaso. I the ..I"r" truss ntitlg nod. culls ofDrlemital to the south ot tlse.penilentfnry. The ;

THANKS TO PE-RU-NA the owner of a prosperous ptotographic Iny iw embroidery hut It is. 1111 exeepIlnnnlly .street will be an- extension ot Monte

Wom.n'. Club. business. who at Christmas ,I adaPtnhle 11I0'1. rand can be jonli.ry Jllrt'et. It I. being cut through"n

Om the whole. th. woman's club has presented a lUo! photo ot hlm..lt with sit ii lzesi for the. 1111111. Wllllltllhl to brlcsof anndhill. and about 100 convicts are y

'Frlndl Were Alarmed-- bH1l built upon tae maaeullne model a maanlflctint frame to a young. wom- II the Milliliter n8 well 11" for the silk 1'III/iC/ employed In the 'ork. The prl.

Advised Change of CQmate.t usually with aomew1i-.t. alm.ler and an whom b. much admired. I'' amid soul miuttents i. J'f I the ito used 111\( Ielro"H'lIt. otters Mt.t'm to enjoy the work a. there

cheaper tutJIltllra than h quite aatllt- "When h. next: saw her the young amid would "l' equally vftrtlveIn III nothing for them to tlo tn the peIIl.h'ltlllry. .

Hirt Mildred 1t.fl.r 7111 13th .u-t, N.W. factory to a m.n. But no one any ionget man IDquLred bow .h. liked n. work. I 1111. \\'I..n. silk stud'wtntl' ore u.ud. and the road-bulltllng ells 111

.... Waahtngton D. d.. ....ntee1. : wonders .t the prss.n.e of a 'Ob: she exclaimed 'I'm afraid I pml'1""ld'r.hlllllllll' [. embroldery their time slid occupies their minds.

-- ... ..tel, reoomm.nd. P.ru. for ca.tuTh. . 'mokl .-rooJ1, for whethor It 'Is called shall have to send you back the worked onto U" material, lace and .'t, tlIJnk?' said 'arden 110".. this.ennalug .
I had it for .an and U would
raapellci t. LO kind of" trea _.." or sf tt bT the name or simply ,I&bollad "Tea frame; you know mother doe.n t b. fancy braid nil IIrp 1I1'1'1"Il'l'llItl'; for the hili theory aa to the employ-

did it JII"8a'_I,. t.mporaty and 011 tb.lI1tc'ateet Room" the II"Jdenco of cigarettes. I. lucre In a girl accepting. valeble pasenU trimming while for 111"11 lied s'ottorlcon's inept/ ot convicts. "that the State might

t&oll th. Woubla would abundant. Lat.I,. too,' the bllllaJ:4. from young. mIn.' "-Sunda7M&fa.IID. worn by the women to whom their thp ? art' Innumrntblt I hindinga, I well take UII the question ot roadbulidlug .
back."r .
-41 room has .un.d. a'root.1 .. For a .. toM a ore h"l'OIIlIlI/iC. IIlulltrnft'llls- l-l1IhrOldt'rl sa stud laws' which lire l.'Or- 1 by con\'kt. It would be a
Was tw aweA a ..... atae way
fr,...." ...... afartwsd cab_' s.e. awd time the 8aDdnDpam was the pion..r nIIIlIIuhlp one tlutI\ cut 10 tbrnl n I In'- ro.'t. I, m"1 excellent tiling for both the State'

f Z l.aa advt.ed eo,.... iAl. oil..ar.rII.w In this m.tter. It wu soon ImItated A large. mine containing a erslelase coining point nt tot' front and that allows The wolst\imirhufea a fittest foundation nllli tilt' convicts theDlIMJI"el. It would

orwat Joy r tried f'O..Md, _et..Aeived_, awd sae eo f'r'tt-way b7 the Ladl.' Army and" Navy. the quality of graphite was recently dt.- "f high or d.'('<,lIl'te neck. 111 (the which Set ol'lI"lInl"nJIII III made keep prisoners from going insane for

..Jtr.edo..Ilooka..d _,..."...a.. Oro..enOl' Cr4l'll0ltnt. the New County covered ID Slb.rlL IIltl..trrltl"lI. It lit alw"vu made ot 11IIY whit runts amid hll'k The bnek IsIueke1 want ot employment for one thing

......, toe."It and the Lyc.um. the last ot which has '1)0 chiffon with npplique ot the Manse from the. shun ldere tn the emit nllli yet would place them lu no direct

+ bolt ap m1' oonstttubon, I regained engaged a hUT Q\lala.d 'lady billiardmarker' c.p :K..........r.... ehadc. and with (cream medalllons ot lIlIl'. hut the roots to )ol.e depth ugly ""IIII..tltlon. with otter work..n. Br
my app.tite and I f..1 that I am perlectJ I the employmctlt. or Inmatt' of penal
,. well and .tro.-Mildnd K.ller. vlho will give l.non. tli the Chinese newspapers_ owing fo the --- --

W. loa. 011 file many thoo.aad t- .ti.ssomaL mornings to ambitious 'w1Tss. sister. cheap quality or paper used and to the I 1"01111111"111 uamiy miles of good road.

lik. u.. abo .. W. can ai- our cousins. aunts and daughter who low price ot labor both literary and J A LATE DESIGN BY MAY MANTON, might he laid! out In the State .t rery.

read.n ooly a .b.bt IUmS.of tb. Taitf' lulls eo.t."This' .
want to give their male folks a docent mechanical are issued at an extremeely i --
01 nn.ohctted .doraemmte Dr.
amp tile will be
only city
t p Ifartmaa ia r.ceiving. bundr.d lip after c1Jnner. For In this I small IIrur. The price ot the expense
I nrk. ..I to stand In the laying. out ot
respect the women'. clubs have ordinary Sbaugtaljournal Is tour cash
con.
it a rtJlJ()) L fOil beyond their m..cullna exemplars. or about onetlh of a cent. the. sleet. we are cutting through here

71'ttte ltCH I NJ. will he, for the curbing. The road will
BI[ Bargain from which women Ue excluded: as n..r,04" C..... ., n. "...n'byloc..lappUo..Uouuth.7cu" I" nlhut 71St: ) feet long and 10 feet In
rigorously as men are forbidden entry ,
I IcJja.
resah th.
>DI
To -Un adv.rtlr th. southL..dlog \\1.111t. \'II..n w. here cut down to
to tl1. harem of a Turkish Sul\&JI. I ....<1l>l>rtlwa oft lu.u. '1'u.rsl.only 0...
..
Cell.g.. four .hol..hlpe of.t i .
.e84I we way to oars. denfaw. and thai Ie by oo..U- the grade level we will lay a good
t do not know ot single wom.n'. club
a
r.dyouagp.r.on.ofIbis .ountydlwthan lutlonal rem.dlei. u..I"ltI .au.w4 by asInflamed I % I IIln"o.llam roadbed 1 most ot the alone
;,.t. WRITE TODAY. ti
to which male
gums are dented at eoudltloa< 01 the muoo. Un1Ja1 oCLh. for which w. are taking out right here.
G-AL! B1J! COLLIDE Oa. feast occasional admlttancehRembrandt -.taohl. t'ubs'. Wb.otn1a tub. \1100 I '
,MICA, awed you. have a rllmbU"lf1IOund or Imp.rlecl "' 1"11 this street la completed It will '

-'-- / heari"l1. and when It ta &Utlrel1 .1..1 be every bit as good a. piece ot rondoI
and Murillo. lJeo.Ju.. ta t no r..u It. cud aniw 'b.l..aam. I I nayas three I. In Brooklyn and itset
Potash melon can ho taken out sad this tube
no'orad ,
the eighteenth century
Through I : t will represent hut very little more
lu
10 aorn..1 003d1t10", h..t"1f will
Dutch painters, like those of other be d..lroy' roce .r. Nlnu> 0"." out 01 tall \ than I cite expense. of keeping the pril-

Count/.s/ tamad to Italy for inspiration .....o..lbyO&i.crll.. ..We..te nothlug but a aWaam..i I Aliens. \fhkh would bare to bft borne t
ia a.c.nary lbr'.tmn to prcdacs oou"ltlo ot the I
muooua aurfwea.We
RambTDDdt'. lDa".ol. of light
; by the county. anyhow whether the
high 71.ld. ..d good IIbr.. will give One 1t"lIdred Dollars tor any ,
Writ. for our 'Y.hI.bl. bqolta Oft were rgotun or condemned by ignorant _.or V.....I"..... (oaue.d. b1 catarrhtha 00.1&_ I I prl.ollp1'8'I're at work or Idle.-Sew t
fartUl..tIOft critics ; h\a p rtralt.. that Dot b.our.d b71iall'. U..tarrhC"..... Wad for I York Thlll. \
COtIt..ID Inform.II.
; may
search Into the toutu ot his subjects, eIroulanol. F.3. CaaasraCo.'roledoO.:
that m.a... dollars to tb.farm.ra. told: by Ur.gUta, 1';" j I
I
o S.pt ha On l'9qu..L de.pi'led for their "laborious, Ignor- Take alas'. .II1I1T I'lIla for conatlv..110. (""....r..I... .... a-dl. ....

Writ. now whir you. think or It ant dlllgonce" Ho 'was neglected swallow In II aerial article on American autotttobllp .
nylog Out. i
.
while Murillo continued to be abundantly II
W the The swallow I.being alllllllllote4. A. construction The A UloDlotorJournlll '
admired Now bowever. Murlllo '
aeltMAN ItAU WORKS the blyd.'croas: France and of England says In relation to
Italy going
...... Yak- A+h.n. Ie esteemed less highly and Rembrandt I .
fJnrr.H.er g.-. to Africa In the tall and returning In light steam vehicles: "Tile lightandtlcxiblt'
H- haa been r..torod to his place
tbe spring they are mercilessly Ilau ;h. frame of a runabout which

among the clal'ta.-St. Nlchq\. tired for the table gaud the plume is. all that Is wanted on smooth town
c;;
I 1'J'etIlt'nt.. appear. to be- also almost
- ---- trade. Their numbers are vlslblydecreasing. -
Old hud felt bah which were I the only thing which will stand the

"alv.lan up to a few months ago. can had roads( ot the United Statel. It I
-tor 1 and the c..... ........ rtohlsg Humon. II "
now b. .olel a tOUt I does not follow that It is the best as'rangement
hau burned Especially for 'old.. ohrolltc our tak.. \
market I. rl.lnl. ne are BoiaD1o mood Dalm. It gIve.'a healthy for Enllilab roads. Per- ,

"V to get the shellac which is worth blood supply to the affected parts, h.al.ll bftpll It will bo found that a more "

two eblllln& a pOllnd. -thesor... eruption .scabs soalea; stops the iawful I sturdy build will he better able to
and 01 .... .
itching: burning eesema, .U.
stand the more vibratory effect of a
tugs .lOl'puratl..g. watery .or.. a'... Drug :
The aoli of Cuba 1. extremely- fruit 'I per large wntiu. 8 boul. t2.I, tboltlrsaea hard English: road liars would the

fut. Cabbagee th.ro are .0 I.rge eaprees pr..p.ld ample free julllh'd frame which I. 110 well alalat.-
sod prepaid 1>7 writing U1ad D..lm <::0.. AtI I
.
ell I, wriggle over ft cruder and more
r N that b..de weighing twenty pounds lama. 0.... D."r1I trouble and free m.dlal : /
., each are eommon. advise sent 10 sealed l..tt..r. I I' 4 earthy hlghl\.n) ." It this III not strictly .

-- - I I I rY 1 ..orr..t wltJlOut some reservation It
n e
Avery & Company THE CZAR'S DAY OF JUDGEM.ENT. I I. nt )'uot. very well' IlDt. In the !same

CREAT CHANCE: I I nrtlcle other remarks of interest are

4.. .UCOEUOU TO rrom Ch.nce In ,,00<1. The Moat Pregnant Opportunity Ever \ made. Mlldl 011 the following: "The

e j ( VERY 4 MCMILLAN brain touch Offered to Any Sovereign. I Auls'rlrnn hikes, to make a running
Tile depends more on the
cJ .1-1\:8: aoat.b Fonytlt tk.. Atl.nta, 0.y .. stomach than 'e are apt to suppose until That the we1f+y-e ''Of million should i \ \ \ /gear '"OIlKlslIlIl g ot 0 trails and wheels) "

r -ALL JtllfDl OP- we take thought In the matter. hang upon the wll" whim and word ofa \, 1Ids, h. can: treat a. a complete.tlumig. ,

MACHINER.Yf Feed the stomach on proper food easy .In&l. Indlvldualnd this lndlvidual / Tht' hody..nll be added 1 nil adlstiriet I

to digest and rpntaining. the proper walled away from all real knowledge part ot ltselit the motor eltheyattnchwt ,

amount af phollpbatl" and the ht'lIltby or the people' condition and lace 1'11110'+'d 011 the )'ukl'. It would w pile, till' d".h/o,/ I. 11I11,1.hl'h.IIoI lit 10 the frnlime or fastened to :;

brain will respond to nil .1I'mall"", A natural wl..bel1. an anachronism of however, h. equally .1."lrah:.. made' the l'l'lItr. The ,,1"\8 rare the mi,'w iht 1>,,(1)( and Joined 10 the drlvllll axle iby i

nolllble housewife in rll1lhlo writes: tragic proportlon&--an anacbruniem from any of the tushlolln"'" materials OIl"K. tucked 1IhOH' the 1111'" and lull at a radial, link. For motor vehicles.

f 'The doctor diagnosed my trouble asa which leads to deplorable asaanlna- :. that rare ..ott enough to make its'tul the .shooldera! In whoop the driving lisle must be at r'

jb 'nerroau fr'tlon ot the .toma"ll.' I lion on the one side aDd 00 the other fleas attraetlvG whl1o' lrlmllllll\ cart 1,0 Till" 111I111111) of tilaI-rial I rrqulred for n 'fixed .11..lnn'p frolll the crank shaft rIltr

was actnally 110 nervous that I 'O"ld to ouch hideous manaCle" of the can.fldlng varll..1 1".11111..1) An entire yoke ot the utedlum size I... four 111\11 It quarter furll-r tuethod has Its merits but 1It 1

not alt still for five' minutes to rend the innocent all look place In St ,' lace or qf tucked dllll'"n III nlwlIIII I. usually preferred In pru'tll'e to ;

newspaper and to attend to my hll1l1p. Petersburg!: on Sunday the 22d or January I pretty while Ih\ trill which lorll)8) tile ntlnl"ll the motor 10 tile bo
hold duties wt's simply II1\P\ 'llble. I 1905. bertha can Ll' ut lace III place. ot the r"lIi runl" anal J"1gb speeds It III difIlruit .

doctored nil the time with remedlea In all the history ot maD no more : 1IIull'rl,1 whenever Ii ked. III the mod.el 10 jlrovlde' < adequate separate at-

but medicine did no good. pregnant opportunity was ever otter I tile sleeves ore made In 'lhow length tech.rite nt for the IIlOtor. i.

""ty p".lll'lan put Cle Oil all aorta ot ed 'IJ a sovereittn than tbat offered to : and tlnlshesl with trlllll ot the n'rl,1, "The use ot reaches. or nn equivalent t

diet, and I tried many kinds ot cereal the Czar Nicholas when" his people I beneath which rare thlose ot lase. but i forming R framework with the 1tnO

.I..ltl. PrI.1c tnginaa. .ell.rs, all tood., but nODe ot them agreed. with came to him not with swords, and Tong cuffs can Is- added 1. lIIaklllg tbelll axlt'e. hall the nd\"anIIlKp. without

... Wheat Separators.j me. I wee almost dllleourajfP. and guns. but bearing a ,retillen carrying' full length whenever. deslruble. In\oh'II'' the body, ot trunllmlltlng

when I tried Grape-Nut. I did 80 with the scared !cone, and pictures ot the The. waist is. 11I11,1< with fronts and direct I thrusts or pulls between the.

many ml"II'I,lng.-r bad 110) faith that It Czar and following! a cruet' The barks that are. shirred amid arranged I axles. the members being 'olntell In

would' saccend where everything else over 11 Mnuuthy! 1I1t1- lining. over anvil .
humblest Turk l is protected In prewent. n ts ny II' to allow vertical play.'Phis
had failed wlll'h, the yoke also \le. IIdJu.1.. The
Ing a petition to bill Sultan ; but the I ntrln/ft'IIl"lIt/ directly pren'nl.
'Bat It did succeed end yon don't 1I1"'vt' nrr shirred to forlll Iwo puffs that hesitation wheelll to
White Czar the bel\'ed\ Little Flat&ter. : ot the front
; know hOB' glad I "m that I tried It. I shows his petitioning subjects( to be wllh trlllll IwloIInd are held In place I Ii minr.nmit I nil obstacle which, Increases I

feel like a new pl'rron. I have gnlned' In I by the fouudatiomin.Tice II effect
slaughtered like mad dogs i Jolting) and It also makes the
} BEST mrrOYED SAW Illl ON weight and I don't have that terrible quantity ot material II
s jAlrD. The psychologist. and the pbl1o.a rp'lulrt 1 for I of Irukllll, one pair ot wheels less un- _

,, _, Large tnglr.sa and 11011. .uppllod burning sensation .n my Ilon,18l'b anymore. pher c.n.ftnd. a score of .xplanatlonsot i the II1pdlulII size \\a tour and a halt I cowtortable."

t promptly ahlnlll'a' Mills. Com MIlia, I feel eo IItronl again that 1 amsorpdsld the conduct of the trnubie\1 pel' I yards tWt'nly-one. tour yarns. twenty-

Circular ea-.a.w Ta.thP.t.n' Doga. It m.elf. The street noises pleled: : and wrongly advised Czar on sever Qr twb and n'p-pljthth; 'nrb for- l $i I '\..
i '
elr' r. Steam Governors Pull II''a Inlll: In.. d, that used to irritate DIe .0. I never tint day of judgment for lulU md for I t-tour inches wide. with one and one. : I The Fre.ch toil. .ad'Lov.. rr

t W'' VIII SUDDII.. send for fra. e.t.log. notice now. and my mind I. 110 cI..ft' the of ro..ernmentwblc'b eighth yards ot medallion lace five The french Minister\ ot Justice reeetfly '
explodp4asystem
L ia / that my household duties are a real I yards of nppllqul' amid two yards ot I I appointed 11 couunl.slon, to revise .
ha epresents. Yet la remains
"
;+ pl.ure. lace for trills to trim nn lIJustrllt. the, Cade and the COlllllllllllon di.vidcd .
$50 POSITIQN Name given bT 1'0.tUI Co.. Battle true that, strive as b. snny to undo Itself' Into ten sub-commissions.
Creek Mich. the awful effects Q1 his .ctlon On that Ef.elly..
d -. I ltedlnaota.Rather I oils or which l1a. juat'ntade R remark! '
i -Ud of January the doom of the PusIan ,
'I'here'a a retwn.Nods' .' I'rre"t\! are the redingotes: able proposal.' This Is nolllllll lees ;

PAY TUITION AFTER why was this great change made } oligarchy wee aeal. Through ot taffeta peau tie sole, or lace. worn than tl1:1t the court should declare ;

POSITION IS SECURED In this woman' whatever slow or rapid processes by over a plain cloth skirt and he"e( III :yards tweuty-olI.. lour yards :. "I'a lIlour" to bo the bllllil of mnrrla,,('. ?.'
The stomach :and the brain bad not means or whate"er. wise concessions light ebadet are also twentyseveu -
I"Int UI who clip the _U- and sand to convulslona permissible for or two amid an t'lghlh "UU.bOllll and wlte'llhall be required fI!
d been with or hysterical RUBSta from deml-tollet. yards tor.
supplied the right kind' of A pretty toilet ot pale "
4 e Iy-tour In'h"11 wldp. to love each other bays the resold-
DRAUGHON'SPRACTICAL toed to rebuild and "rel'stben the now on will advance painfully. perhaps pastel blue. cut l'II Princesre. or rather wltll one and 4,
tlltl.tNjullrh'r.. tion which hal been adopted hy sewernl {
.. for .
________ Irllllllllll",
nerve centres In these orcan. It I. absolute with pitiful reactions. toward ----- ----- u -:
romndulAUere. including the Coti' .
COLLEGE .
BUSUIESS folly to try to do this with some modern sad rational form of Plate Waist. launder without
helllg
The prettiest of the taken npart: brott..1 M... plain waists
Ad.a1..C.Ms1i.. 11..11I. 1t."UIe, are
.med1clne. There I. but one sure government The new government Tbll
way cl'rlnlllly III
rp .-.. w._ ... 'I. Wert'' tucked or rather pleated on the shoulders lint 1'lIl1uIIIII. No one the celebrated .govellst Marcel Prej j f
and that I. to qua the old rood thai hn not retain Imperial forms wants
or to
sea, atIlOut glvtng Dot., pat EVERY may may stop alll "W II stock t cost,
and the pleats stitched to the together It'they do not know all ,bout .k
CENT rat tuition out. of salary alt.r failed! and take OD Or.pe-Xuh food, a. In Jap..n. The danKer I. that the before dressing III time
D' good po.ItIOll I. HCIU'a4. II not peeur.dyNi which I. more than bait digested In the blind brutal stupid measures or re- yoke depth except one or two. 'v.bl'h 1II0rlllug. love III relation to marriage who does' ,
a. ....1 r qolrcd. are stitched to the wal.t. Sometimes - It the code should be 'revlsed In ac' '
,
process ot manu'acture' and I. rich 11% p'Msion the I'11ndh& system of 1m- U.n"k..rhlpf IMrdrr..
COURSE BY MAIL FREE of the pleats are dart shaped that is. run Authorities 'or"allee with their views. wo presume
r the phosphate potash contained In Aerial uniformity may so inflame In Pnrlll are urging the
Wall It 80t r.dr to .nt.r yow may tint. the natural grain which unites with Ding to a sharp polht at the lower end. carrying of handkerchlefs that w) IIlnrrloge !In France wit! be
the people that fearful reprisals and with colored
+ ;; I.roas bg mall P'REJD smut raael. The"e"are valid IIlIh' the thatlove
"pedally good when borders. s parties declare
1 whJcll .0.LI .ave Llm.. raving espen.. albumen and water-thl oily three chimerical schemes vI reform will the 10 .orrt'lIpOlul with the toilet .
ate.. or m4'\eta\ at 110_ &lid pt 41- substances that will make up thi soft tike the place or w.. and orderly waist III em1)roldered. Wide linen belts I with which It I" to be worn. One variety //1. Ih bond of union. Tho marriage
r ,F ,.- $O.IIOO.fIt are to be ;'
worn, and of linen a1O'k. ball or c tivicelence will not be legal.
bank.rsC. Co.Hoard In the thousands of delicate
pltm.LD. scalloped
flung trills
'
ta of D1ro gray meassres. and that the "man on hotl& there I. around the
tora..L..d TWENTY Coll.g.a. Ia THIR- P,rte centres In the brain and body.Gap.Nnta back" for a Ume stand In the seems to be 110 end, TIle great edge and each frill I. embroidered lI..re'l a 'rench revolution. and Do>> '
; r 'TIJ:01'I: ...t.. to "back ....ry elilm ii.tak.s food I. a Oll'e': road back to may troutJe with the majority ot the new with the rvIulred color and Ipiatnke And what will become of 4'
Editorial It
ot proCt8'-lI'rom en has
: Eot.bll.hed 8IXTEEN path a
Ern. stocks L that the
.aiD sad .04 tbla aot1M to-daT. ,hsa ttb In all such cases.ad 111 0. Century.! they are Dot made, to tiny flounce 01 lace finishing the modeL Doing and plnY"-LondoD ChronIcle 7 t
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THE 'PULrJ'IT. .. .. 14ian Iinth unto hlmsel C and when the PATIENT.I'bysictan : J. '

I'man tries to be always makes a sorry Household (looking Into bit aDteo I.IVIN TOO TASTILY
lob Cf his"life. "I want to b qve some. Concentt ed1
thing to 40 with the matt/rial world:'. room. where a number of )1.'patients w ,.

4 BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON BY'' exclaimed .Uawhprne. when by the are wa.ltllls4-Who has been. waltllli AMERICANWOMEN BREAKDOWN

REV. UR NEHEMIAH BOYNTON.d long and brllllaDt eult1vGUoD.lt. I1la 1m.' -Matters the longest- ,
...
alrlnatlOIlI1. began to feel his laolatlon , 'Ta.llor ,who has called 'to present fresutarttfe. '-.4 Pema1e Dirange, hWATER

r from humanity. "Tbere I. nothing 50 bis bUI-t have doctor; I delivered mean k..ala-Cured br': Lydia lA

S 'abJ..tl. T". JK..I".rCbrl.u.", 6.rvlo.. this horrible," he wrote to Longfellow '"!n ,011 o. .h. c:..... the clothes to you three years &Co- PWlh..,.'. Vec.-b1. Uo 'found. Crab Orchard I
world have'no -
as to share In its -
Brooklyn N. Y.-A nil lmmedlately Glasgow Evening Times
large audience If J. IIpllled on .ft carpet l. t
joys end to mode aDd
.orrow. The reason why Owing -r msnn.r 01
the Rev. Dr Nebemlah
greeted Boynton the angers of much that I. called Chris.tian scatter cornmeal over It. and the .PITS M"U"eared. Koatwereer 'oos. living. and the nervous hub or e"ol'7 1
t the pastor elect: of the Clinton Aye- 'service are all"thumbs I. because oil will ''be ab.orbed. on that Las aartDrat d.;'.0..01 Dr. Iltn. OraatNerreltsetonrItrlatbolts woman \0 a.coompl1ab' ''ust ao mtlcla

sue Congrf'gaUonall.t Church, Sundaymdrnlug while 'ntuch I.' given IItUe la shared) soaked Into a carpet' mar be taken out and treattse I.... sash day. i' a. said that then Sa not :
to bear his ant sermon In Dr.a.H.Euss.Ltd.1 "Nb St..I'bU..I'..,,
...
The Sympathy always hasomething to dI. b" laying a thick piece of blotting
hla nPW pulpit 'subject of the
ES. sermon wktl: "CbrlaUan 8ervloe The vide, Dot merely something to do, paper over It and pressing with allot t..1t. 'Blwa Ie the only larp sliest of Nature's Great

'ep.a! lest was from Mark x:43..f4: : "Whoaof The boy Flcbte bad a struggle; ''n ot.lron: repeat the operation, using freshwater in J.pan. Remedy

the f ever woulll b me great among you, conscience and his fairy between.torlea hla'.che. It >>t books a fresh piece of paper each time.Th. ., Ask Your Dea.... :r.. AU_'. :r.... ._ '
a
was great
VI. I.f'' shall be your mlnl'jer: And whosoever day for 111m A powder, It rests the t"l. Cores Corn', -NIL- r.
Any bo1' first struggle,
. would be firs shall Moth B.n. Cut i
.nt'm.- among you be ser- lal Baalon..StrI Uen.8o..80t. louuAohlatSweatinge.t
., ; rant of oil." Dr. Bo.nton said: But the man In the boy won: the Tile tsful l moth ball I. now 'belnlr : ara ..ll'sua'ne"er fight and In order to establish himself Foot.Eue rq.lr...o.w ortlltbt boe.say. At '
questioned the prop al.t employed In suburban gardens to protect \
''tld' that It beyond the possibility of a laps. be all Drorlf ta cod Shoe.tores, 2II.t.. Ae..opt SICK HEADACHE
t Ion wns a fine thing to be young squashes and cucumbers. ,
'U4t. threw his book of fairy .t6rlea Into the no eub.lltate, Ikuapi. maSle Yasy: -
Jut great He bad DO small 'ealou.lea to brook. Ills father, a precise, unimaginative A correspondent of Country Life In 'Address. Allen 8. Oltn.te4. Lsloy, N. !. CONSTIPATION; [
But
[be ,f nllrsl' Ie continually ell1pha81zpd dutiful soul laW the beautiful Amerllco) wrltp. that five cents' worth C ; I rBttmnhatu
the declaration that It Loch Ta-I. one of tb. deepest lakes. In
was a Hoer
\ -book floating and proceeded of moth balls drove aU the beetles In
rat ; away the British 1s1.. Bowala'
t thing to be Ant and. to HI. thinking, this 1dv r. n.1&&ea the '
,." j'Tl'ntnell and primacy were..JUIt to thrash his conquering boy for his his garden over "the genial professor'sgarden. sad It..pe tbe entire .,....ID Ia a healthy ,
of terDl.. synoaymouI wanton destrucUon That la about all adjolnlagl" The next day the x....Wlulow'.ootblntf8"I"IIP for hlldNO IIODd1Uoa.1.1C.hn1l'r04uot.
, many fathers appear to know bow to t..thlogalt.n tb.gums.redaoss Imf.mms.Uonallayspsd'aurd .
""nu"- In our clumsy English It Is not easy do eft'ectlvelyl What II wonder be did 'ommuter'a conscience bothered him ooaotea.abotlls. with a reoof4 01 o.a.. I
to Indicate the distinction In the text the reader I. glad to be informed and tU7. 'U &mlota4 try It
not his Wbllt boon bit
poll
boy a a '
between the he five Lond.h.a 111.000 .treet ecldenta in a Mch.wt.w SOLD stALL Jat'cHatlT 'I
"minister:: who aspires of appreciation of sympathy would purchased cent. worth more uray

ua1.;I 10 be greet and the .rvant of all" have been to the suffering, but victorious for the,rrofe.sor's garden. This, time -year.Plso'. CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO.

who becomes first: It II the difference lad. lie needed bread and his obtuse the beetles lied beyond capture. Cure for Consumption le an infslliblemedloln. on. 'womaa In twenty-fly. but what J.OlIl."IL1.S. MY.sas .

11'1'I between the mere wailer who serves father .gave him a atone! The for soughs and coIc1.-N. W. suffers:! with some derangement of the
"'-
with one eye on your need, the other father could dq what be thought was 1 1Do..'& MI.-Milk.Nevgr BAMpsr: Ocean GroT.. N. J., Feb, 1?, 1900. female orpnl.m.aDd this is this secret

I' 011 your tip and the bodyguard who his duty, but be bad nothing to( share mix two bottles of milk whlcn The am.unt of rice produced In Siam of so many unhappy hOllle..
tl r l has commUted Llm.el to lio woman, can be..mt&"le.. 11ghis'
unreservedly
wIth his lie monumental ,
boy was a Lave been- served to you on different haa Increased jtnormouel,.
he're your interests and who I. happy alike parental failure! hearted aDd happy a joy.J.o. her, hu. a.n.ern'Ir
: ,. .s'in' life or dl'1ltb'lf only, like the Japan- Large Christian aervlce la always In d03'II' A better plan, and one which ITCHING SCALP .HUMOR band and children, and perform the I

,h'", rue. be can have the honor ot serving quest of Ule joint, of Iympathy: It I. truly economical Is to turn the lOur dutle.IDoumbentJ Wlp ''Q'her, when abe is B \
the milk Into bowl and set It aside 1n backache.
J Emperor makes Its alliance with what ISI helping a 1\ I' suffering with headache
# 80 Christian service la tile 'that thing It to what It ought to b.. slid avoid warm room or on the plate-warmlhlr I 1.47 auirw.A Tortnr.. Until
Is.r., I\- III tile woakl; It I. greater than the the folly of Inverting the divine order1 shelf over the range until It becomes. C.U"u": 'eratch.41r: and Xle", down pain.. dl.plaeementof the womb, t

great Ullnlr. 'This type of helpfulness may be "cla bbet.:' "My scalp was covered with l little pimple. spinal weakness or ovarian trouble. '

,I.In I. The outstanding cbllractl'rl.Ue of our meager In ,its ebllity to do. but ls'forever Then take a square ot cheesecloth I and 1 .lfered tortures from the Itch"lag. Irritability snappy. torts take.
egr has been and I. the reallzntlon the place of pleaantnea.: d aU sunshine
/
Ending to its unspeakable joy or n pudding bag and turn the dab- I..... scratching all day tad night of
out the
that the universe I. one; It I. God'a that It bap a boundless! store to divide! Let I Into It to droln. The beat ways and I could let no r..t. 1 washed my II driven home. andU..ea You want only the beat
womaD'
world. It II Chrll.t'a world .that the ire wrecked by great
; Sharing sympathy la.an infinitely more head' with hot water and 'CuLieun Soap
IIy. "plrll I. one; It la nod'8 spirit It Is roTIII privilege than donating cast off to suspend It over a bowl. Put !In a and then applied the Cuticura Otc'tm.nt! eDemy-womb troubl. Cotton Gin l

F.It 'hrlllt'- spirit: that the Chrilltian .ser clothing or stale food for "It 1 bestow little nit before turning It Into the I u a dreuiDI., Ope box of tha ointment and Read this letter:'

,I.tI. tier I means nothing leau or more than nil my goods to feed the poor bl1t bath bng. It must be left for lIe'r8.1 houn on. cake of Cuticura Soap cured I'll. Now Dear.. Mrs, PlnkhamI. :-
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I.I I.I tnklll Chrlllt'. spirit out th Christ' not love It profttetb me nolbln/C/ "' to droln Then take down and add a I I I'll" bead is entirely.clear and my hair ia '- was.. which troubled broke torelitht.ltb down bealth Irregnlaritte. and chinery

[ "orld and Inlltftlllllit It. All 1IInt la 'no Sympathy aa on elective of Cbrllllul small lump of butler which may be growing Iplndidl 1 haw used Cuticura brought on extreme nervonm.r my and deapon- Ask any parl.D0e4

"I\'pd In this mllthl7. conception *" edo service forevpv pushes a soul on towarddemocracy. worked Into It. Add more salt It liked' Soap ever since, and shall never be without dency. Lydia E. PlI'1'bam'.Y. !tabl. C0m- GInn.r aboat

Idr riot yet comprehend. for the new' Surely' one may confesswith and make Into "pa III" of chet'se it (Signed) Ada C Smith, 309 Grand St.. pound proved to be the only lli Jclo. which
, age 8talld.. as yet belt built against Lowell that while his tastes are This requires little and Jersey City, N J." r helped m. Day by day "mproYe41D- healthwhile Pratt, Ea IeS ithWinship
. tLr sky" but It la easy enough to see with the aristocrats. hie eonvltllons very trouble taking it uDlJi.l ...household I

.t flint tile struggle or tile day In prl'lI' are with the people and yet like Low. Is really lellcloulI Russia III Europe .Ion. h. .n area of can attend to my social sad dutiesanlthoroughl'
once of the mighty and impressive ell Cheese Is almost os dIfficult to ,keep 1.000.000 square miles. enjoy lifeonamore, asLydlaii. Munger
r be forever more and more pushe4Into Plnkbam'Vecetabl.Compowad: h..mad. ,
,d I dUIIIpS which are transforming modfl the very heart ot humanity and properly motet Da are clgnrs-alld It I. aeeawell woman without anaah.orapata". We 'would '11Ie: to aaowFOQ
,' life Is 10 match the growing world glory In the push too! quite Ja important that It should not Tb.Litt). Ha..I..berrJ. -M. Cheater hurry. is Saratoga atnat, 'what thousands 01IIf.
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I nud the widening 'universe with a gen The preacher who confessed. to a become Iry Damp atmosphere will that grows alongside our hills cad monntalns East Baton, 14_. long_.tom.,...ay.Wrl" .

1 IIm circumferential Christina spirit friend that lie loved to preach and cause cheese 10 mIldew or ",went;" DOnt.'... &D 80th. principle It that eaten hissa At the first Indication of Ul health 101'Cl. g and
effect the bo..Ia. r
pUlling the noblest Christian science i who was met by the stinging! searching must rf'tl'I/oI'lilon/ do not seem to hn8 I !largely happy In Dr. Blggen'on Huckleberry Cordial painful or Irregular menstruation ,.Umonl&1 booksL.

e Iu IIIY, "for 18 the course II toulld" question "Do you love the men to dry enough air 10 prevent these misfortunes tb. grew stomach and bowel .me4y.. for paIn ID the aide, headache. backache I
f 1I"'on,1, this. It I. equally evident that I whom you preach ns well aa you love (ruin Dysentery and Dlarrboea. bearlng-doWD. pains Der..o1t.ne. or Continental: Gin CoCbarlotts

e tI" "uJlrl'ml' challenge to the church Isto to prf'ach felt the thrust of the sword occurring.IndianapolisNews. I Sold by all DruSlfuta. 16 and 600. bottle.London' "the blue.." secure at onoe.. bottle of

I nl'pt and to appropriate' falthfnl.I between the joints of his harness Lydia E. Pinkham', Ve..etable Compound N. c.. AU_._. 0..
A'
I I.' sad fearlessly) all revelations! and which sent him to his study to fall I new county haL, on n.. and begin its UN. M. D irmiagkamIt asca..Twa
''II Irr1slone! which the many sided truth upon his knees and passionately pray ('nrt.ine and Draperies.Madras !Thames, will cover IUS acre.,

I of, the unity of Ood' unl\'l'r.p illuulinrs that bp might be delivered from his IB about the only material

I i and Installs for the church will temptation to love his sermons better wlilch may, he used In 0 library Or livlogroom ,

! I Lille lost her mission and her Influence than he did souls preaching! better than /: wl1bout the addlllonn1 casement .

\I hen she I. content to be II camp tol. pf>rllonll. The appeal ot humanity must 'urtallla. It can be bought Iy,

) lower Irailing along In the rear ot the outlllrip that ot homllf'tI. the yard from thlrty.'e cents to Soh/f y,000WLK'tIAKING tlJCg B"tNIN6
/I.I\'IllIeIiIK legions of the Lord ot poste.'i'he Christian service to-day must be Immersed up i ?o 'Sin
two dollars or even more. The 1m. Isle c
, peril of small conceptions of the In the democratic spirit: Its ooooro" vAtwal says /T rNSr H '
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IIUIH'rlorUy ot Christian service la mission Is to hUJnnnlty-hulDanll7 a. Ported Madras curtains are particularly a uaa a ,,

many tII111'II most imminent where Ills represented hy Ellis: island. also hy I beautiful soft Oriental l 'olon It tea 'II

l'r..nN"' I. least uMppctf'd. A brave Clinton nvenue: hy Greater New York Ibas been proved that these wIll wash I Good LuckPremiums

t nl,1 aspiring spirit( will pray most par. nlsoly the lumber camps ot tJlchlgan. but It III well 10 beware ot seine of the

, 111'11) for deliverance from this pestl- Every;: man I. II lion of Ood. Every more brilliant colors In tile domestic

tN 1'II'p, that walk'tb III darkness and women III II daughter ot Ood. 00. find l11all(.... Among the newett designs la '..

denlrurtlon_ that wnllt..th nt noonlay, your man and 1 by the shining truth In one representing pale blue art-nou\'enu
1 ( nr'a spiritual blllly la hounded by your soul, I by: the sympathy In your On the label of of GoocfDrck
trees growing,: on 0 winding band ot every can Baking Powder will be
his horizon: and his service I. intl.ointely heart by the humanity! In your outstretched .
", f related. to his IllI'ht The soul hand make him believe that greensward the whole! blending most found a coupon. Cut diem out and \lave. Each one Isvaluable.

which hns settled Into the comfortable yrlll seek not his. but him. artlsllenlly In Pv'ery can there is a premium book that

conceit tllll the faith baa oo'e'tOl" all Thla-thls IIlone-la Christian service! For hoer draperies or portieres to be tells how to get useful articles free. This premium

barn delivered to the saints that spiritunl r.hrl.tlon service after this fashion becomes used In the library drawing-rooul or offer is made to more thoroughly introduce i

ministry for today I. but a reproduction nt once an IntC'rprpt'r. It makes (1lnlnlfroom are first III artistic effect

ot the type and method ot yes a tWlbraltar out of a disadvantageous ,. the tlnx-elolhll, 0 coarse weave similar tI
trrdny. may indeed be contented with position; It transforms IIn ordinary.
to
burlap but much more pliable.TIIt'J" .
Its (conclusion but Its oblllly to.mintster commonplace ability into a shining came 10 plain colors ftt about a 0DI L GO OP LUCK.y
effectively to the present day angel of privilege and ..JIchle'Vement.'
kingdom; of God.la shorn of adequllc" Everything counts: all\ things work to- dollar and a half '0 yard, fifty inches .

Lithe conceptions make little Chris-;: !lelber. Because the world III one and wide. The homesune are not 10 expensive : :- I -'

t tutus:, large conceptions make large the kingdom one nothing la lost, notb- and are almost ns .aU.toe- Baking Powder \.

ChrlsUaDII Dr. Peabody 1 la voicing a ins: trivial, nothing In'onaequentlnll It tory. Cloth of Flllnden Is similar In ONE t
ringing truth when ho'declarea that a makes tall and and but the
a man grow strong appearance tact tllot'lt Is 011
great beresy of modern Chrl'itendomIII confident to really believe the constant wool almost doubles the prlee. lIfocka' '-SPOON thou,"it shady'' .njo'1 the largest .ala of any baking powder III tJae i

In residence l In the belief that lure assurance of Christian service. that and Rajah canvasses are much less world. Good Ltack iiskiny Powder b positively pun and has.... ;
expeusit rurpaued leavening qua1iu. It makes 1.
I" 0 ship composed of watl'rtl..ht eomI'nrlnlt'nll. delicious bakings sad "
In one of which we 'Work. AU men ignored in me I 'e. fifty and t\\'nty.O\'e (cent a leeps them longer and better y.Its unexcelled merit tau developed

- In another etndy. In another play and Thu 1Vhoae, waa wheel, I worth llhe to God ,yard and they are very effective although P a tremendous dem.nd'-it..carlo.dl and trainloada Ming

In another wornillp The great In- pitcher .h.ped not as pllsl>lt'. The reps ot dif'fermi shipped to ail sections of the ulltry. This makes it poaaibla ,

elusion ot life, the permeating power It I. to such service. broad, true, q\1allll's. (cotton wool RIIII silk to offer/ so good .... ...id. at the moderate price of lOc per )s

ot the divine spirit the wideness, otOnI'II sympathetic. humnnltarinn.. CbrllltlR. alike. all IIIIIIJr with 0 peculiar soft- I pound call. Ask your dieter for Good Luck et write {
that commit ourselves lo- It Is 1&1 if b. can't luppl w i'
\1I'e of Ills love
mercy the depth fleas nnd grncp. There are fascinating, M
In such service that we expect( to find I Viii M
the breadth ot IiI, Interest the Inevlt.l1ll'n811 ; venres and colon In the cotton tnpestrles TIlE SOUJ'IIERN; MFG. CO.
and and from such
our privilege joy,
/ ot nlll will. tile absolutenessof service that we hope to demonstrate those In the rich dull greens I C HMOHD. Rle..4. va.fdionFollowfl.
Iii" furnish
law these 0 pl'npl'c'tl'e
blues and browns and some unusually
the reasonableness of our united endeavor.
In the ,'111-
for an attentive spirit I
'. Rttro'th'e ones In Ilmpl
h geometricalold
Ion ot which the meager and petty aro I. II I
overlooked and the promised "w, n. EIIJIIBh and italian dl'slgns The
r (Irons things; of Thy law" gleam and Mate Testimonies.A . 1 price 1 for these 1i III about a dollar and -- r

glisten like the flash ot the harbor little daughter ot the tenements a JJltlt.-JIorper'. Razor

i light against the blacllnelll of the whose mother was done 01 last wIth
; night the work and worry that had killed"
; rwA
,j- ("hrlallan service needs the snap and her was left Itt fourteen years of nl/e/: H I

N 811111111 ot the great Idea of the unity with tour younger ones to mother and 3' L; \

ot nod' world to get It In possession nunf' And faithful to her trust 8be1 :
ot Its rompreheu.lv" chance. so that scrubbed and washed and cooked and I When bu ring loose coffee or anything your grocer'appen..

tr: wblle we feel a kindling sympathy mended, until the slender shoulders et: RECIPES" r to haTe in his bin. how do you know what you are

wllh the wide! t'lalonpd martyr praying bent and the thIn face grew white, I 1 getting ? Some queer stories about coffee that is BOld in bulk

a. the names licked his feet, "Lord, and almost before! anyone noticed much if the who handle it ( ). cared to
could be told people gracen
open Thou the King of England'syep the little broken life lay waiting for reoIf'a8e. Curds and Wbe1'-Add a cupful of :

." It I. In order for us to pray tOl' "I haven't been able to do any. sour milk to a pInt of boiling new I a Could .oJ

ourselves the llerolc petition, "Con- thIng:' she whispered to her favorite milk and boll the whole UI I rlskly. I any amount of mere talk haY persuaded millions of !,
0 Lord, Goo girl friend who lived just around the I I t.o _
alder and hear me. my : Then stand the saucepan ot the side houaekeepen use
4a lighten mine l"orner. "I couldn.t go to school because I '
eYf'II ot the stone while its contents simmer
of the work or to Sundl\Y-I'hool! Lion Coffee
; It, however the time of ,Christian .,
service Is related 10 small C'0IlceptJon8.Ihe because It took all father could spare I for a few minutes, when It will be ,

prerogative of Christian service to..k ep the others III ('Iotb('.. When converted Into curds and whey, the leader 01 all paclmge coffees for OTer a quarter ,

I" certainly to Introduce the acme to the minister came to gee me, be said Spon.h: Stew-Thf'l remains ot cold 01 a.. century, if they had not found it superior to all other brands in Mad. $350 'SHOES t:.. r

great and ma.t rful ones. and to teach I'd soon see Jesus but I'm afraId I mutton may be made very tasty In this and ? Dec JJ oak as4's.tl'' wetn.nur pre:
Uniformity -r.
Flavor
It to rind Its choicer fellowship a. It J1aveu't done anything good to and Him"Idon't way: Peel and slice tlllnly a large I Purity Strength ..a .: r. In lb. _.orld. .l...l OO ,
does Its mightier hlllplratIonc here know anything allY I II .1 LION COFFEE alw AID Msayw...w S_-r----t
Spanish onion. fry It a golden brown 'nib popular .ever
"And needn't to anything: I
Is try say ;
'Vhat II truth? you
Pllate's question Iii little and then I see be du..17 t. Iahere..4 m.rtL There w. L. Do.1J1aa, as.ao chess' are t1.hgrwtwtwlt.r.la
word: n dripping add
said other 'not single a
the 11 .
Is It 'unnlngaallemlUng k
pertinent to-day. a mere ( .. pr..a I sent tYU toe.u..d the world b.c.e..1 ?
i! and formulation or facts? kissing the pitiful little! face. "When .mo I' halt plot ot stock; place a layer s..lr.i..4 baerI.G gar p.puI....117.U IbM..e .... style...,.I1U essay_attlag'l'ber.....4sspesioo .

There It I. a cold, inert useless thing.Is you see 111m look.at you, you just allow ot meat on the onions and cover It with OF o.I M .wnrlag.... a. thaw bat ewe rc .N 1
01 MIllIONS
It 0 glowing<< faith a vjpd\ personal, Him your hands: slices of carrots; put the lId on the the verdict t9 .....O: .W.tiTM; "only .U f--c.: "

ohllolute experience? There It III warm Jest se W. Ar.. saucepan and set It on the aide of the HOUSEKEEPERS doe. Dot convince a.t ..... ... .. 'C. tr ...ps

with a divine Ore sod Instinct with a We have read ot an artist who saw In range where It will cook .Iowly. Serve yon 01 Ole merits 01 LION COFFEE. beltar110' .ay ao..ele.r tr.sad.7. are ao.k..a.a r.t.rwals.Ibn '.

-' glowing Antlclp"tlon. the streets of Rome a beggar '0It.. with pieces of toast; arranged oround. II _1S.v-ta.: but a. rains to bay a markK.. today. W. L. D..Iw gar.nt. :

: Henry Drummond marked- that day terll) abject and forlorn that be hired Harvard Snlad-Cut two IIlecM from I package.. It Ie Ole ...Iest way 100coovlDee .........eI th.fe......wale.. tt.kboat" .eupl.. .,..o"I...
with red letter when he ceased to ....
II 19_ Low"10.1l. .
Ignore\ truth aa mere prop081t1onal 'wI.. b 10 alt for his pIcture, a. a.. typical each lemon leaving what remains In yotarsell. sad to Jade 'w. i.. neaea.60 .hkwsacarc _101
eflrar.! The next day be came to him threat..blaows1.....lI.lbe.rI_
dom and began. to rellUse It ae per. quite tmnstormed. He bad hired the the shape of 0 basket with a handle you a PERMANENT I'CRCllASER.LlO1f el.a) .au_ Md .r skw. dwl.ro-, .1' lr
'pUve wlBdom. lie declsres that he 1n which to then remove the pulp. Dud keep the oownw Ia sold _11. I JIa...r1.de.tkwrd whe.. lt..yy.wb.r.r.; Ili,W.De '
had clothes of a comppn1on teedaM es pr. ad oIaaa sa wka fi WI ees .":.sbs I .r. wlbiw .r
almost finished his college: course have his portrait ta ken. The aTtlllt baskets 00 Ice or In cold water until 1- /
t E00AI. ...1111 SHOES.aw .
before he had any other conception of did not reeoplze him; and on learning 'teady to 611. 111x equal parts of cold Uc..be.d on every pae"-. (e ., ,.... .- fo !I ..!'
Christ than that lie was a theological that be was the beggar he bad hired, cooked sweetbread or chicken and cucumber bce.1k...lie-ksd.fee i&eabk pe.mlee.. a" .. U.......
, conseleace In the interests of the Trine and SOW BY GROCERS J.f:: "Ma'.a .....
! iA.ii \)1. IBId: 1"01 1 hired a beggar, cut In small tUbea, and one- A: Ja1K t "
1ty, Bat the day came wben'tbt eyesO .real,1<...r Cotr.M..
; all.
, -:. ( his unO.-ra'-OIl1C were opened. endbecame biro; just aa be was, or not at fourth the quantity of ftnely-cut celery. EVERYWHERE D.ys werW, L DerLs. $2.115.... $1.5 0
I Christ for a different reason. founded ......
) and moisten with cream ah.es k.oss. they .u Mid tloelr
; to "sew Cbrl.t. Not aa ab- dressing.Fill' WOOIBON BPICZ CO. I II
on the very constitution 'Of our nature Toledo. Ohio. p slaps s.d ws.r Lsga lb..th.r......
.tract but aa ceate truth. Not aa wants u. just aa we are, without any the I baskets with the mixture '" N,. 4 Des Cbve.. Cla.lda..A.4 .
related to life phll.aeplaleall" b" a that thenew then smooth the lop of the baskets rW --- 4 e" '' "1.t. 1d .
effort! at self transfOrmation( At21'oe'; OW' haw. swr .artiest
) C' BUYS
1- merles of dreary prepo.ltlon.. but D. creation may be "to the praise of oDd cover with dreulng Pare round ( ...IL. "." eIw IbwW.will see wwD, D

Implanted In bM ewn life vitality by a the glory of Isle araee." red radishes aa thinly aa possible, and Aadre.d.rw.oa.ss PACKAGEECONOMY w..L.:7t': .:'hardy'rCan..rnr. i
j
personal fsleadi*lp, which deepened chop the parings very fine. Chop ANTED"p ........ whee"aol : : : BLUE tea'.. a .rt. ,. ,
with every trial widened with every li..ar. wit .Y.aMN1p.wLw1dy.w..r 1b.
IT" ......1.. E..tl&1. parsley as fine a. pos.lble. Sprinkle layr"oS :araleaa : =.
I experience: and boted.Ith S 1,.le..i who we, dr.I.a i '" ptw ] k
every fsl motbwa of ..ldl.w sobo tie. 6..a Makas Full Quart Best Wasd ..... .
.plratlon. Then: be was recognizing At a service held by the department 'rho top of bait the baskets with 4:1.4: Pui..0" e. .oa.ml.3' tbelr rot-- Bluing W.LMtJIIUI .
truth 'of religion at the World'a Fair on aSunday chopped parings the remaining halt )of""" .b.. ..n.Wed' II rears o. I.. market Ask. eaI.r .r we ' ,
,
f a. a .pIRt plat Drummond began Chicago Jewish 5r:1-.. (I) u.. ... ..101 will wad by wail ,..ta.a ..... re.Ipl ..lOa ClIRO'1'I
those tlralead, 4o..u. splendid servlees In September a with finely chopped parsley; With a .: ... cow 6IIATBr = AD .' sad oar eul.r's a II...
'
which made \Alln dlsertminating rabbi made this atatement: The SabbathIs small wooden skewer make Inel..loD BICK.I'OItD.'AI... "Z'y, ;:J w at,es,ti.YI11e.t., -. I.0"
more one an .
a
I W_"'_ D. (; ; rp (
been the wowsa's ,
and baa na ,
erv.r dad..e him the 'h'.Von.. We may differ OD the 10 the eentre of each handle, and \ ti n 'a., :r.u. :=:IIIl: : ,

I tow.ring.n& oet.tdndtDg QhdaUaa oft ,, insert I small sprig of panle Arrange ALL SEWING MA. le a to ssd.
of Its observance but 1tq rsentlal ", NEEDLES. ,p.w.ess .
hoW ..._t1oo. manner C.INL,. g/aadard seed.SNUITLESI r
es'"Ile
reel eastS a pws.ad
and ba.keta alternde-
[ I !'for will tII. ObIUUa.a service wblebpearaaba Importance and Its DI"lnemla. green \ ''ai' :!- $'o 6 urtr iw "..t q ....VS. T klus.tma.t l ifs
+ tlielrllth b. the : Ilbn la tile anlvtrsa1' ..cbem. of things. on lettuce-laves:Womsn's Home D. ,; a..ML ......rescM lal.qtS t tfWrtt.
lone beyond ,
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Companl- REPAIRS'
gnlek.ning nu.nca.f IITJDpathy. lio cannot b. IfIIOI'84. the'tT?'Ztsul.. MO. .. i'
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The KissImmee Valep! Gaiette the arrival] of thirteen people] who j'I', <'h..x ntennrr aN ti"I t.l Inl'rl,'re IY'Ith lh.nxfutuuaureandlrrroOnn .".. I'\otil'c of Final .tlh'II1t'lIt t :IntlApplication I ;"o1otn'" : of Application For Tax Notice of EIl'ction.
hatrcaet Uu'lr lot with us; tor IPelirre\ ) uf Ihr l'onnvn'

.. TELE"HONE NO. that h"f'r the census of 1U.! Is .h..11..lr""I"'n. 111"11I1..1") NRIiI,Iii,p'Ara x.I..tll, Nnd ,ihl nch. Mall mon"Corn'", ax pNn 1101to for i Ui.charge.NoOr. I >t'l"d Under Section H ul mail'nA I. rOIlll'II..M', 'pnlvlded. ..lIb II the I. I..r..b law In atnloUoeed....'" riser

'! taken that our oily will make a verycreditable 1IIt'rto'r., "llh the mxlnlruxurP' and open ('llapter 4SSM" Laws ofFlorida. and. ,1"'lar..1 Out' au ..h'1\11\ N III hp hill at.Thad
rt1.LI.Hllb IVIIKF"I DAY IN h'r'h,'
: $ that Ihr
"I..n
showing' and I it I" not ills tlnn nllh. Ir..I0. w and. ,INdlru .I", nn ,mIA we AdudnLlrnGir of th.. ... ...... .oIt und"rll..l.II Iallurr') Somme 1\1"\ x. OsrcaLCUU01). I"I"rll1.. 011

omre tn VlI.l1PY Hatette Uulllllll2'. Probable that 'a\tlpbell\ will make a 1""$" a.o'Un" N 11.1.11 h,. II rI 1"1111 II'r guy. p..r..m Ibr.wN.rl nil, ofIxry I"'r. ............1. x..,11, . Friday I June Chriller 2:1\ 1altor the the pnrlu. ::: o/ de.trrmluing :

._KIapIMMKEOBCROLA'OONTY_ :. FLA.Y lid for the location or the unl81'8Ityor or peril.. lu, t list 1I'rt n' "Ith nr ArfIC', 0'"xo1 fin R'Ir1nwlxl', thr'Ihth ,11..t I k""r. A D tbnldlw' I. I"'hv" glerli tiis Cam II..rw..lI.. WI'rllyd. h'rrlhr .b..11 ur 11111!become 'l'llIfT.x
..1. pol. .. flirts 1I,1'1rI' Ile1. mnkr lInHI x1.1 111"111"11' with, Ihr 14nu11) "I Tsx I 'rtl0rate Nn. 1:"><1. dan'A. top ; a "
W. B. HAII..IS.. Editor ad Propfl lor. Florida. at this pilI" Ur LI IINI' ..It. P011.R far m xr..ppnralnNIIWTM,1 .luIr") ulwvrdx lbunlp hld. of 1'"I..r"llI. .mxm I \\"r.-l..1.lu, u.... A I' ,Rbea. Rd Raid certlNear 5had 11I..h-l. uIt!
rnNTIUBt1TOII. oilier then .he xis'.lrt' nf Ihr N ITPH.0\. rxLlen''llrlaal. .nil 'lmtr..I.'Hr' "r maul .+.....I.+ .and I al''ly) lu wild 111 Illy uml.P. ....1 has nude ....I.I..Ik... All ut 1uNnsalp (1..1'-.1. ((201: I .wroth 01
Entered tithe P".omre 111 Kuaelnlmee. FI.. --- Axn/rer ...111... ,sll Cmuoau. ,., .'''"r' for a .11..h..r.. ..a .xul ..'I"III".I..r I"r lax Arid 1..1..1.. a'I...Flanr. eoh law It..e"thirty 0' a (:all. ). rut. all of Townoblp
4.I t ,
) r1Ypt I"elI( 'IFIII (/7)) 0 t"b at.
1'1" April :aNII. 1101/\ M KATZ.A. ....1.1 . Ihr l1l ION .. ) K''II' Ihlrty-one
eElINrale '
d
.eeoGA-clu.mdl matter..ti lied 11" -rl 11,1" of. OIL Inb,, uxurr Ithoul. llr 1nblxlnulg .m'.r. ra InK a.rihrd -
Mr. J. M. Lee. for' the LeeI'arsnnv ( ''I. ranl .11..1 lose
_. manager A.hu.n'.I..t..r ship' tecity RI've11 '27))
"r w.0! &dehr.I' .
.lIu.I..1 KIxunimre! O.
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-- --- fnnn' Nxld I lu ,1n.o p..q.rr11 .
( 'attlp ( 'o. N'Ct'\'p,1! om.ny, prnnl- A \.AIIN.. wnul, "ll/aI'K" 'hltt) 1.( '4 ...1. I) Inr :..I..f
.ti 80b..rrlbe.a wll, pl"ne notify tho omre If yeelcr' L'011hr \ 1'111H maul ) t-"rlota' u. x1) . t
Ihr-o .
8 'IIIeommuol to art the D.I ter r". da11'0 more fine. J..II.tt'.pd Shropt tI"n" lot ......n" or annH t'mLIInKHI ridwlt.r. I", A.h".1 no'.r' All uIlla/ 'k 1 I. 1x( 1..1 I"ht II... ..1<11. dlymrl, t'xuel all ul l'uN 11.111. lWIty I
r \bfl : ratioa w ,'IC. W:;: ; out future ") of the l.r..dI"", lIt th" I ..... h..ll. dll. b' ...1..l1n..+.14'I'It 3. .Ix L511111:) of :Iaugr tI"" IJ (.51)' earl, !:'Ing
shire tamH.( 'tl I :
rant and Ruuh II.I I
eXP "me r t c vial
d uthe
1Y .
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L bed C'orreapoDdenl. mual 7e .IKne< bl the t'x\'rl'\ clam. "runxlrlluU. par a flat t. nn''. 11'ee Ihxnt5 I h. .1.1 I 1..11".1"11 I rIhr al .h .101. of i
slrovP .
In IhP I
hring ;'ou
C .f I
from Altatllont Sit .1) rluwl. and Nlls
cA n I or nu'rr then t:!. ,MIC .- ;: :>:otice 0.. Application to Sl'IlI 1..011".1 .",'h ..rllll"" '. III Ihr ".'0..1'II 01 I"h, +rldo
I r wReertedmalter) will nnle returo.d unleaai brook NY.. and arc said to !e from I Iallml In Th Ct'onqxuy .,,1" I" ...1..1. 'Irpr RIhtable Frrirknlllh .11.1 m151 to .1'I..rllI", ah0 .10..11. <.
..1I..d fo'. _ _ the 'Tlnt'st strain IIr tlt'ep In the 17nl1.t'd .h.II'n) tern x1141111 Ihlnr., Auer 1.1 I I Lands al Private Slle. I'''..... anti. ':IrlliANlr. .h.1l Ioe redrruedN -I, b..11rll..t as,hl Ilfrl..I-II"r lcII mays) .n amI i:
i, :Il Nrll: Mill trill I) law 'h wflh Ihr ( rnr'hnx hi lax lox Ar .11 N ,11I lama th'nrman x e.u .11..r the rllr. .1.tau a..1 to n" thx !\
t'tawH. : I .mt..r 01
8UBSCRIPTION RATES! : tl'h :'dn "
t"ll1 d. U
i I th nt Jill A lull
nndldaeR,
and reef l m Ia ' all .., ) ) .
I l' I'r 10 hcreb Kh'"u that I ,,111 t.ti nII.I lOt l'l.'rll'l' 'h,1 T.. to h'I.IMf aud
l ) 1'.1\,
; ODe . U 00 - -u- el'ruuuy w Ill .. udlrlal. .lid .aral Ibr111.la 6I I
Ihls
espy. ODe rear other' ) nllunurrx! of anti "I'll) NOar a. auntare . ) my .IK 'robe ,,11.,1..1
C- Judge III and fur Oarooln. lam lily I1ir, I nnnUalh lur( ''h. naA' IxurW
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One ooDr' oil: monlb. .M Old 90reWestmoreland a l nll.t.t "I "llh l lie lawhrr ) If Julie A. I' Iixy :;
!! d Inr 11 x N -A ..
FI..rl" "n till 11x) "I Jllh' A I' 1'xt5. allu r.rtln I'hmna. and ,1 Whaley. .
.
Ooe three months .2.FrldayJune . Yo I I. l.fI'I.I'YL
m pr.: Ilon 11. 1l .1 1 I.eml J .
1'0-,1',1"1-4'.1.' .
I< : 1151': < .Io..k I" Ihr fxrrmron', t..r an nr.I'r In nettIhr are .pl".h..1 In.pel. tarr. and Jun J. 11"8000,
1. anll. May 5r : lurk 'Ir"lIl1e..rt rleelda. .."nl '. 'Iurl.la.HI ) I
.h.ll"lh. liie .
e""p."y of
r' aoel. oral 'in 1.1 fulluxlug\ ,I..rlh.d .. ..1.1..,. I IIuK .1' ) l lurk
Ballard Snow Liniment '0. Your lug ,1,1, ,.nhlh'.lIon. lIt the ..r"lu. W 1 v IIAIt\\M.I.. II t'. .. .
1I\lb. 100fi. err t""K1.\ ...., III rald 1 tonuly ot UNI eula. cud 11..11. 1.y ...... 0t 1I..rd..f l'u"II. Jrurllf'Uuo. 1
Snow Llnim..ntcurt'd an d sore Oil I., .11"0 ll: 1h..1. .."..In" rllllll1"f! I film. hl.l u5'11n IAa. d ,.rh.l.. uh' t..11 Oawdal..hilt f. t '
-- -- the side or my chin tlla '11.11 liupp..dto (1rAlxMlp. '1'. All h' ..", ...1..1 hv Ih" {'ngwni111rrr.o1 . I lhr 1'051. )fait. "f 1M' mouth weal '1..rtN ulIN Nutic'c. 111 I Appliclltlon lor Tax ] Cw' 1: FIIA ( KIIN I'J''I '
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the anti "Sall' l'.h'Kr."t.- .. C'.mpau) .... .he ... : : Utz. 11altut.o
Live Oak la the latest candidate t-o Iiln" I. raft n. lIurlll rant gnnn r nf 1 .
he
I a can..er. ThasI' hv 811 stubhol'l 9 and with the 'or""r.le 11.01 of ....l CIITT1WiiSIf l ,
c'I north w." 1 g11xnrl tIt uw ,,1"11 twrup+ IKht. auAIII Deed Under Section 8 uf Secretary ,
the Ibta, fop the location of the .
enter I and would not yield] to treahuent a ret .1" y .lIlx..1 and al lealyd. .h.1I in fll.1. i .. 1/t11 Nl '1 .I 1'.rl-r..1 01111th. N ,'NI, 'I..rt..r.Ill, Thla. HII .Ia) ot 01,1. 1\11111.\ ,1

new aldf'rlojltbe State Unlvf'ralty advlaaqllllY, and of Ocallto shying la con-herr I, until I tried Snow Imllnen. which did m11th.I:,.it:, l'le.. rk I,I,o.all/fli t. I. 1'I'.P irt\\i/n.roy' .t IIt ;hit'out : '',', n.m..lh....I'n nl tN ratIRr' ''111\111'Ibl h'.r.' .tlor..e ell In rul'.;....mhl'.. Ihe I. 1..I..r.'I Ih rt Y.. Chapter 4888 L.I\\8 --- - -
the work in i short '
m d( n'My sister. and III ii err.'name" ,hall l be altarhrd LIiiII of I' lorldit.N111.e
canto loto the rioII!'. The University !Mrs Sophia .1. Carson. Allensvllle. onlI. .anue and r I:or'l.'d!: In the INwk; Ili. Ii 1,0 I I ,of rid lhr xnTr: 1XIx:1''In: L.lit: .lhumwx mndr: : : for Nlu)I the. drrrnxedI : : ': of adl.Ulh..I' Notice 01 Final Settlement al1d'

!I' will be a grealthing for the city that Mlnln ( '0. Fa has a acre alrul..tru..t, the IIMI"UH'.f Ii... "lIy are nrnrde( I If mold rrlte pnriawe :- I. hereby ghee Iba'' R. ('. 1'.rlluI''h.
aecurea It and we d" not blame them I b?'.Un" Jt: Ti. a.mllnan..e .b.1I 10..111 rIG.rlf J \t f'U.KR' aaer of I.x rrrtl fleala' Nnin her xNl 1, Application for Discharge.T. .
that it ISIL ,eaneer i'1Pas." Rend her IL pmt and alter lhr all for waottor It KlnlmmeM\ would ro. holtle. Sold by 'l'humason ..titoia tHinK III uatrr o/ II... Clerk "t..I,1 ':hy I.) laid, I..... .1 Nlta.Arc II .u.-.l aad .'e llAratx In IDY amre. ..IUlLR. all" hum II nuns ra'rern' : J
r IIketo have It located here. Butwhen 'rson.r'Mllitarv, In Van; 1''IIN.wril ten Nrr.Ichore.MI I'I'e I' A \'ASH Alerw'; Inade.pldlrallud for tax died to I..ue In N..o hrn.ly given. that the nnderstgnedAs t
It cornell to a how dl/w0 or the -- -- ehnu , In lhla ordinance hall ,I 1<"II"I..r fur 1'rUUnner.Administrator's. e'rnriaurr. w lib (I.. 5x14 .rtlll.'e/ cmI KUmnll.x. or (ill' ...1.... lit Ira LNe. Minor;
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H redone h. ,'..n.lrul'd to KI\'e tll .ald "I'Iatxl 1 d"Jero"h- I.Pa e 1 f..II..III11 '1..11.1 i iI I.n'1N'rty a.llua.h"11I ...1I1..n Mxlunta) tiFlrat "I1a' l 01 JI Ir' A. 11Wt' ,
and
advantages for locating I BOltnty ..and Wart'ants. I s1 r Corn ppll 'he .1511" ul ('''"Hlru..t u.11I1..lu 1 II I r1" rut rotud'. Flnr"'.. I" wl 11: 1. 1. In ,IhnuH JI'IKr'I 1 0ur1 I I.. wA fo. {
It at any certain place Lake City has or n1uerntoaTelr 1phoo 'hone I'"rbul: (" or TH'" Notice' cIt' n' nw'. ar 211: Tp'L\. tilt :MII e.. Or.rola taunt) 'Iorlo'' un the I'mbtlrslAeolr .\I
s all the reaL of the State "sldnned tidr WANT:!): WIIII'I\Y t.!; ((1(1(1 for lelllnl !Ry.trm' wllhln Ihr aid to". of II la.Im1,11w. I Th.. ..1,111111.10 heill" aaa rNa.01 "I Ilir Awlr. .. Bald' rillIn m.L.. nlIInal realrt and Re111 s I

mile. Besides possessing all the advantages me who has one whether I buy it or Of .t.r ....ul.r such right uaNi the sue,'e.lr All 1the Nrx ,1u 1..I.lInK rtalm. "r I..m.nd. u tI..I..f .u'b $rtln.'.,,,, In the II.....rr I I"f ne'11''. .. ')II..II.u..1 l mall .t.I". a.,1 aI'pIl' 10 ;.,
lira or &H15111 of 1x111 M.n t k 11'.J
c ""' said .
Dot. : Cnmyanrl'aaaed noun: far my dl.l'harte .a mall Ouarllau.
forth by her 10 'aYIr 11( 7h1.mXN 1.lI Ye. 'IPI"RxrA ,111 I 1'rMxrol I'11'Pxm ..Id ,'en.nra'. .10.11 hI' K
put oppooeot open, aeaalnn. this ellhlh d..f r..m..ta. 1 hla leCt caber! :/'b. 11514
u the baR butldln e lands and equfpnienL R. K KFLLEYKansasCity. Mo. JuneA 0.11.16. I' within 111101' m Iho mr time for 1'10'01. isms, fit XtleeLeA .Ynlinglulaw ta" deed will h.ue lhereua Jn11K M LF.E. y
preNr'r11NH1 by law. the
W. L. VAN P011)10' or on Ih.tlth duty of Juxe. 4.11. loor. ;1
valued at 1250.000 all ready Jor oc- Name wI I b.. fnrorer beard and 117' oenxmu. Ili'debWA A. O".n of tile Kane of Ira I ee. .
t Alessra. J. B. Stratton and null (MCA LJ FrealduuL uill' 11 lIT1e" my om"tal .IIfUd".. end aeal tbl. F. A.Aar; Alav1
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eupancy. Another argument III favor AU..I Pxt.te will make Immedlaeaeldetneut the. 41b d.'of May. A. U ItNS.lasat ( Attorney fur0ua'dlai, '. -_. f
of Lake City II 'hat. the agricultural nasa spent the day I Tampa yesterday. J.It OILBRRTJR: with the uuJunlxneA . J F. I.. LFt11.KY:
4 experiment Station In. COI1Dl'ICtion' 00 cattle bUlllnt'lsa.' Clerk of the Town flf II.Imrn..e CII,. .Admk1I.lr.u.rof J. M.':.tIU.F.RI Cleric 'I..N.h 0"1'0..1. \, i'
run the JI.late: of .
Approved thia luthdayof June A. D. lIMO( dcceaamlr I. COllutr: Florld. Old newspapers20c! ..c'rurJ: '1i, Shit'omoe. (
with the Icbool. would also have to be J. ,
""110.; Task.r w. .A ADF.RMOLU: B. W. 5.IiARWBWU. (1 .
moved and experiments with soil Pt.c. I Nayo.of the Town of Klulmm. - ..
l which have been In process for some It: was a huge tahk. to undertake the - .
w would cure of such 8 bad case. or kidney dias t
have
be
to begun .
years over Notice of Par Tax \
Application
i I H-lle. that of (' F. ( - - -- --- - -
I again atthenewplace anaconhf'quentIy 1'olller of ; - '

I l a great deal of time lost. Cherokee. ]Ia. )but.' Electric Bitters. did Deed Under Section 8 of -'COMEA :O SEE- : .
1
Under the law all these things will It. Be writes: ":'11)i kidney's i Were 10 Chapter 4888. Laws of

J' have to be taken Into con'ilderallon far gone. I could not sit on a chair I

t by the omlDlttee alI><.lnwd to without, 8 cu..h I"u; and sulYl'r..d from Florida OUR NEW LINE OF :
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locate the Institution and with an dreadful backache. iieadacht'. and deplrsxi't :"lIre I A'a1iNn.'by Irh','". thHI M I F. Aullm..uI I. a ..:-!..ar": ..r.r.r. .o1'f-
unbaised commhwe would hurl ] . 111. ( ,leetl'h' \ltlltI.I'x. hoer.vIT t I I I'h.. ., ot"'l<<"t.I .rfdfl.xlCa' :Su.., 174M. Ltd, 1al 'rl/ '
lWem .Nod 1 IixA ddh' this ,
1.II..f
JI111. I 1.'W''.
\ to overoome. I I fOl1l1d a cure. and) I.v. thciii wasreRtored ;I fall II IIn1 "dM I'1,.tllI... ..h'. lu- un' unlr.r. xn,I hNalints Goods tii
to 1'.1. health. I I I Dry Clothing "I
------- --- rf1Com. "I.II."tI" fur lox deed h.h..lte In uccorllxner
mend tlli IN gt'eat t.nle lu.li'ilw tu all wilt !taw. 1
CAMPBELL. I Call rerllOcale eIIbriermIho t..ll..wllll) d.rll..t ,. t. ,
with weak I ( ,
1 kitloey.. liver or stOrnat'h. .... .
.ltu"'d lu
pn.perlS KI..dhn U""" OneeAa 1 KA ,
The weather (\ontinuea'ry dry and I ual'an-d h.v O..ceola. Piii.rmacy tuuol) FI..rl..I."I" ,: ,
warm \n our drugglsL; price tdk.( I ("','rlII'u', hn,, 174.' 'A.I !. 1oI".k :t. Ill I/"hlu 1
pulling Is avor-- : PIT'a milt It lol .l1 KI..lmm"p .'Ily. Fix and, AND NOTIONS. t .
abet fodder( I II TzI
tn hay makutg (l .rliA.alr Nu"" 1..1\1\) .'IIIbFNrf N) tl"RIII"III" it I) .
I\, and watermelon eatlnl ++++++++++++++.e++++++++++4 ) .1.. uurth ot tile Ile ,'ur "if Ihr H514' nf awl.
A conslderl&bJe quantity or .hnx1abeing 'I + + /llllx. n W. )",f A. N ill yI.. R t5 0'110, e 70 ),b. lu alai'. ,
p0a. t LEGAL 1'. It> 2.01( r 21'(' r. (('erlln'a'' Nn 15x t 1 rm.I .
sent to town from our 8.1.Ion : ADVERTISEMENTSI:t: I hr......) .\\,140'' lilt \1.. a.sR.dAlllrnt. to KI I. .' '. ;:o. .
6 "' and our farmers are very much pleased + + I .Imm'e :

over the han.bome prices that are I Ibelnll +t i't++f'h k++++4++++++++4 4++ I Th.. Nail land being .asxrm. ,e/l al the <1..1..1 ----- --- -- ..
the 1..no..1 much rl'rtlar'ale, lu the
nnue nMnrlah / ,
realized and predict that peach\ AN ORUI ANCE. BNrbur and I John 11,0,1., xud, II. t
, culture will be 8. leading industry of 1'ullrr I
this Ht'C't.lon In the near future.i 1 I Ullh',. RRIII. rertlllrmlrx' .h,11 he r..I.eme.I .... 1
All 0..1111..1)
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( .rullth t..llw "'..Iul ,
: Te4'Krxph 'orlh.r. law I." lied will last lhtreouuu
i 1111' Tolar the leading merchant or 1 able, ( Ihe di.nynlulu" .1 II IYl5
$ 'omlxuy'' kllllo' o C'.i' 'runt ."d 1 tI'M'o: :! VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVG
Campbell and also I I .,. :
poxtmaetcr paid M.lu.I" )It. .I.In..a uf 1'ulrgnlph" I Ii. u/tlrlal I1're u1A at-NI lhlx .:
lIl" "
J'rospcct Hill a very pleasant] vixlt' i i Along iii.. "'r..," )hmhwxxx' xud. ',',,1.1.r".I" Iii'i \u I .11.[rx.LJ I tub]day 0'' Julie, A. U. 1Yri I rLRa1.FY. ", l

Bunday. '. the lily III KI..IIIIIIIPI, ,. t-torllo. I I"'rk ('Inodl Con rl
'e r Uncle Steve Johnson, a veteran of a tITII'IIAI'I.: I II 111"IIIC"" O"....(.iii (....IIH) l'I in .Is ? We n
NIIJPI rl.
( '' eve Chopped Down
; the the civil Indian war war. who of 18.547 Jives and n.mr also C"-rnp-of i I A5 I'OLLOwNel'll'n1 iII I) I II1'OF_ ; KI.Ci. MI t.t:. FI.UlU'' \. I'lty W. H IIAIIW-EI.I..h: --"-.'- -- __uI ; High rrices. s 1!

t bell report'd his age ( last Thul'HtI..y I 'I 1 h.1 .Ihe' right ,he and the enmr I to 1\IOTICE.
berobl r."t..1 10 lhr. 1'.1 I ',
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his birthday )) at three score and . 1"1.,11-.1, 11
eighteen years. 1'ump.lr. } Ills eorrrerur.. .. and. xr-tllx. tn.m Not Ire la. h..II)' given the "U Call relsy. holy ",
I LAIR 'Irll'K sir "t I .hi... Mild "Ih..r2'I ..
pbu'e 11.1.1'h.\ .
t'on'elluf llw "YOU

i next'rof.Sunday d. A.to SII'lckslItI spend] a con..ldt'ralJe(Paves on r :NIfPa:: :. 111.1; it xpVNrxln.nrR ltd. hlK 11 h'h'gr;:..11 ttlrnvn nPPP,ph: ......II..d end, utrreeii.1".1.nprrxle, win'.r ml..iill .i\1\. I r.1".'reel.ire.... nollaru F.,.orlls..h'd .bldx.will for meet Iron. a'8..1..1 Txl T..llor:: J \1. m.hi KI..I"x. h.111111'I /r" S NEED O\IR GOODS z; f ,

Lime each. uul rx""dh'l mil ,
Orlando. .
f at 'ahle.. per "ul
I "I..r8'" N
"tr i xud
KNy
IIx"lre'
From the beat obpervations! I b I, rluAlnK xurh h..I1.. xnA x11.t I Ing: ;mm. hllrrral' pay xtlr' R O'n t11 :1 WE NEED .
or your' .."., RN mgr. t.. h,1101lul( "O""N'11. I right )ra e ; mlxa tlniknNL ::i"fIV.n't"; : : ,tt YOUR MONEY. "
I' + correapondent, he I. oonlJdelit that the it. iii,N.rneer call.ePNxNrV for Ihr npr.r.ll"u ot Ire" Uuhxr.' earl' drxwlu.I a Ilk" rIll""r liter r

x crops Ae an average have never been Nlrrele. I.IN hx'aye;mLA II) St em puul, IIleng lu: xrOI.IAR xud. aver(it I'I le r eel 'payalit.: nuuu.lly" I InxW rI :lIN: lu 11.11 vrxr. b ",
Iii The'uunrll
better In this and ('II)'. ...I.J""I) ,.. (lie. reatrvrm Iheright tn rrertan: y it"
1v community. believes hrwh. followh'K V"'IMlo.. a lit: mil 1.1.1. 1.oV. further Psrtleuhn: aypl y Get my rh'\s Before Purchasing "
that they will to Mon, w I
compare very favorably Section 2. The polea xe 10 h" 'au Dozer. 1'resldeul of tit
.r..rtf'.1 h.
.1.1 "
I with the crops of any other Ht'Ctlon of ('OIn""y.. a.fat a. '... .h..11 he ..! 'olllld Shoes
'If form Hats
/'h' (r..L] Ladies
the county ,..., miRV.t'I 11' NIIA hcI/ : uunetrk I. J.R IIILIiKKT., and Gents Furnishings.
I : n"'l t "Ierk rmL
Mr. Leonard of the Whitmore place, properly 1I..t..m. Arrsaed .uA. Allay ground. By Order of Pau null. Juoe !xlh Ivlv> .. SCHAS. y
I S Tbe .i4 yIo em .hslh a. INr Nm. ,..... ._ ,..
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I. now In our vicinity working out hrs sihl.. be ererle" on the esme ride of the .Ir..,,'. - - -
t line corn erop. ..t'.1' \0 and Pert .Itbln thecurb linen. u Notice of DischargNollre .. -'
l, y 'Frank Brown whohae -been In Jack I."rb poll or Plu. ar m.y he tnAllwu. d by th.. W.
.mll.lI..e Oil 'ITCIR and bIKh..y.. oro'b..r Ia hereby IIheo that 0" the lath dai J DANN-----
I lIonvllle for some time; working on pro.b-rrlt': omoer. enA who-.1110 JsemIbix August. A p. II.Y., we will Dreamt our Ilea
one of the street car liDe. of'that city ul Ile .hall be placed oppumitr: I line. of pruper : arenwnp and/ void arum to 'Ihe'oun.., J U"K" of V OOOO t n Ile

N / returned home last week and will proceed dlvlpio 150 ; which'tA plrea:: mhall riot he more lh mil O..re..h.. t'nonty. .. MInr/A./ .001 uk to "e AIR .. OOOOOOOOOOOO n wna :
of tem. (hau ) feet .part All pAem, wire eharK.1 III ".. .ltora of the K..tete. 01 lleurr j
to the East CJ.oa8t. after resttng a and.Vpar.hl..h.ll bs m .met end Uvematreel dece.eAnn
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spending the day at the hoaplt.able .baJJ all streeti-, hlghw.y.. -
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home of Rev. J. T. Reeves. U his ground.gutter.. thereon alde wulkv:dlnterbed. and paveinieuta by It for. rurhlor ngr: Order for Pubhcation.ID a LET ME(
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our elt) su gad before .ut 1'01. were ..I. and alt counV ; .
Illrplus. dirt' due to isle setting 01 said .. Chaooery .
Walter Bass. Jr. of Kissimmee shall :be removed pot DalaTloer
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,. wai 10 our community lal' reek! pur- Section 6 The cradles of said poles. skin R' Radio d v.liner\ t Bill! for Dhoree. My new stock of Freezers Re-
chasJegbeet cattle and bunching his ILl of wire. and the restoration of the .Ire..la It. ,
.ball s 0.1 all lime. ...1>;1_ totbe .uperlaloD oearlorhy.mAavlt appended to the bill

c. st.ock George A'aule Bronson Jr.. the bustling 01h.other. Colamltlee city omr.r.fin .Ire..ta aDd blcb"r': or TID..r.algid. the the delend.ol above Gated therein au.a.med Ihal II Rad 0. $ frigorators and tee Chests Side

t sect It.r.'r It shall be the dent of the State 01 rlorlda. aDd hi. .ldeDre ,
farmer of Shingle w. In our duty oft) r I. unknown
Creeki city olllo.r 10 0'1: and bal bl. ac. I. nnkacw. "Del
latter oarefutl7 ID.t all maid Boards
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Iaat aecliot w ek.cow huntllllC part- oft .r..ted' ':l.del PoelerTel"craph.f.ble of the ald po m shall Cum- th.t a.enred fenAnnllte them 11a Im 1 nb'D:: ::: O dht Iba:c ald ry1 d': Sewing Machines and {1

_TbeA. &L.n. R. bal bad a force found def.enve or dangeroua from any o.a:: .ud b. I. hereby required b .ppe.r Bed-room '
h. shall notify the said Com or befnrell Ws Co.r.1alo' lied me OD Suits.
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$ of arpenters here Improving t edepot. .1\h1 del... SO repair. ......1.. Of J ranlw. apet. e,6 'C. A.aof lu A ri
P .:m the delilrht 01 its a!E'en- and .. as to oak.them safe. --- -- 190A, otherwl.e Ilia alegatlom af.ald corn':
'.. also the oltlseD. of the city.Z. "- s.oUcs Y. 1'''. City re.ervea the 0.1 I Ita r.1.ID1 will be taken.. confessed by said de-
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bu whoa4ike dumb driven oat'Ile The: greatest t.hlnaIn life I.character.
mmj 'fo down the pathway of time Be and the loftiest aristocracy- the
noL like the tree-frog which partakes. aristocracy of ch..racter. The highest
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I" THE TRANSFORMED LIFE. h of the color of the tree to which It conceptloo 01 character Ia' Ood' 'and
..I r oltnits. h;wither like the teacher who the unfolding of redeemed humanity
@ @ was prepared to teach either the round into his charact.er.
or flat. theory of the earth as the Be, and men shall behold 10 our
t patrons desired likeness the reflection of the eternAl.
I L REV. H. P. JACKSON.by D Be yourselves. but be your best "Be such a character u we would
selves. cultivate arduously. the means have every other person In the universe .
\ iss / : for the best developetnent of body. to be." Be lost In the passion

::* : . . . .. ...t.tt..tttf.f. . 'W' '. _. _ .' / ........."ts.s':.(...-..+.IHINY......... .Hft.......". ....i ', mind and. !loul.the ideal ucatlon. for God and the Ma.t.er.wlll give to UII
Assert your individuality! be notpoorimitations ) the be..ut.ltlll.raoe be gives to.n those
Following/ I. the Baccalaureate sermon spirit and the spirit 01 God are atenmity. but genuine examples of who hive him and keep Ma commandments' -
In full preached by Rev. H. P. . free men and women. Remember the ." Love for love .ulfere't.h long
.. Jackson to the. graduating. class of tie Therefore he wh conforms too the saying of old. "The JearfuI unbelief and I. kind. love envletb not; love
Oaoeola High Bcl\ool.\ ; spirit of the world cannot be acceptable I.the unbelief In self To tblne ''own v..unt.et.h not l..elf Ie not puffed' up.
Tax''!':-11oo not oonformed to this world boat i t.o God. self be
true and it follows a. night the Doth not: behave itself\ unseemly. 'and
be Y" transformed bp:: the renewing of your lofr Emerson wu accustomed to day thou canal be' false. a..ket.b her I.
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mind,that 7" mar: Vtove what 100 that ........ say to any own. easily
and _"" 1.1". and po1rl..t. will of UcxI. "To be Kre.t la to be a non-60nfor..m' man,It"To provoked. t.bloket.h no evil; reoioethnot
Romans 1s't. I.t." This I. true 1m the spiritual give uf individuality( Is self 10 iniquity hut rejoiceth ID the
. The term Baccalaureate refers. world .s hi the world of human af- al1olhllat.lon."Lcn'e truth: eDduretb all things, love never
primarily to that occasion when the falra How to use the world and not thy neighbor as thy. self." laUetb: One who has long been a
student having acquired the degree of to abuse It. 1 ur great probl..m. find InK 10 love for if the measure for the school of love cries out.
Bachelor ot-Arll1 had placed upon his 'be old awry he sword found into love of the neta-hOO. But let UII not Melts la the power 01 love: No
' brow a crown of l..u",1. On this occation "" road by the c lId who cut himself forget that freedoQ however. paradoxical abandoned boy 10 the city 00 red man
a no laurel crown will be placed with it. the philosopher who speculated it may seem la to be found In In the mountain no negro In Africa
n upon your brow III recognition of the upon Its. evolut.lon. and the soldier conformity to law and that the highest can resist Its sweet .ollcltude. It Un'dermindll
" attainments which you have made who grasped It aDd went forward .10 freedom II to bt .und In conformIty like a wave it rends like an
c bat a way shall be Indicated by which use It In the service 01 his countyy; to the DevlDe I lbw, which I. the earth quake, Itmel..lIke fire. it Inspires _
you may obtain a crown of life which serves UII as an I illustration of the highest rule of .01.100. like music h..bi-6dll like a cb..ln It.
r shall not fade .w..y. proper use of the world as we find It.. "It the Son makes you free you detains like a good story it cheers.
:: To title end all true education tendll.I To follow the example of the soldier shall he free Indeed. like a sunbeam. No other power Isimmeasureable .
I i Th"". commencements of I life\ art but the II the lesson I'mpbalih.ed. To be In With such non-conformity atoll !;" Love and men shall
r t ypes of that cortIDeucenJ"D.r-t.h.! bet the world and not of the world ball an freedom we will he like the great see the image of your Father In heav-
!t Inning uf I Eternity\ .h4'n the Great Illustration In the w.Kflower which rev mountain peaks above our fellows to en. We may not have our statues In
.{. Judge shall determine ""whether. have twins its white uncontaminated by the I,purify the moral atm"ph..rt' and Lo add the Hall of Fame, we may not be a.
.. I wrought well In the school( of Life. soot of the coal mine where It IlrowR. dignity to the whole of life. Washington, a Lee or lin Edison, but
and when' He shall deliver His awards The fashion of the world passes. but Not only are we to be non-conform. we can give t.o life noble character and
: :; according; lit the deeds of 1IJ1'n. To the fashion of immortality. N1du""M. lets. but transformed or transfigured benevolent deed.. It we do DOt succeed
r receive from Ilia. lire th9.ieAlagnaeutnt "Tbe world p""elh, away, and the by the renewing of our minds. I would a.. the world calla success, we can
I i+ laude" were well worth all the struggles lust thereof but h. that dueth the will not depreciate the ,great truth that ddserve suck e... In the Pan American
-; the denials, and the .u (faringst of God abldeth forever. "A man must he born from abCJ\'e. Exp"nltllon" there wall a panel 10 the
of human experience Tn the human\ This lesson the spiritual heroes of ((0'01' this lit the great and necessary stadium with ,theinscriptii on. "He who
mind there b 110 greater concept t.han'' the world learned and' were nonconformists beginning of transuratlon and! It lethe falls.. truly I has not truly failed\ but. III
( that of God Dc' g'tcaterresponsibility .. i "lo"Leemlnlllht' reproach of I function lOf the spirit of God 1n himself also II conqueror "He who \is
l than that of r iliaD 10 his. Maker.. Christ: greats. .. riches. han the treasures I regeneration but I would like to emphasize true to the right may not always receive -
and] no OU'to'nrlh\! .alto than 1\1 of lollypt. Moses. when h. wall corny. the broad culture which should the applause of men, but on that
,f :. glorify 111m. to veers refused t.u be called the son invite the attention of every person\. resplendent occasion when the Judge
b The one great cJomlnlu.t purpose of of }j'harnoh's dallll'ht..r. "lie mlllht endeavoring t.o4..rve. God In his day shall sit In judllement hI! shall\ receive
: our lives .should. he to prove IIc"'el't- have sought excuses to justify himself and jlenl"ratloD. .. tl1e; applau.eof the assembled universe, '
able to Him A.1 whether life is. R In remaining! In the house of the Phsraobs. Christianity and culture arecloselyrelated. and shall take his place! among God'a
f Jt' failure or a success depends, entirely .. In fact the. followings pleas. "Approve things that are h roell.
--, upon this.. tt'lit. We need to recognize have .been suggested: "He owe! '} his 1 excellent" whatsoever-things are I lovely We are told of a vllllllle beneath the
t the fact that life I. a solemn Lru..t.. In life to her h. seemed 'IJro"id lItrIiIlJ' I ..})ut..'>t"\'er things are of /MAW -report shadows. of a mountain. A rock wrsso
this day of F'e'ckless. taking of life placed where I he might become the ; think on there things. "As a shaped that It resembled I he face J
either by suicide .1' murder WI' need 10 ''I ruler and serve his people from the man thlnk4'olh IIV ita b". these are the of a man. The legend. relates! that
emphasize this Important t.rulh. God throne.11 Tlie"e lie rejebted If I they : teachings "f Devld'eHevl'laLlun."The! the Inhabitants of the. village heM
baa within Himself' not only those attributes were suggested to him and followed 'lie y' LeI the man III bill tboulI'ht. change and cherished the tradition that someday
which constitute the highest the path of dULy though I it led from a I this and you have changed the maD." when In great distress the "ManIn
Ideal for mllo. but likewise the only throne to bond a/C... The centuries I"A virtuous intellect I. essential, to a the mountain" would come down to
y qualities that cal satisfy. the needs. of have. passed l. the glories of "Egypt have virtuous man, no man that III not 1/00 relieve Ihem. A lad meditated upon
1 man. "(Ie satisfies. says Green; the faded but Moses' stands on earth without Idealist can pOlllllbly be a good m..n." the. tradition and 110 absorbed was he'
x wind thinking ward unity the heart a peer as a I.w-Ilh'er. and \\n heaven ..bele.are the words of philosopher of In the Idea h became his pMlllon.
,.earDlnJr for worship, the conscience they sing the song of Moses and renOWD. The mind( la to be renewed The years brought him t.o young m.n.
-ackDowledarlnll guilt\ and reinforces the Loamb. The treasurers be sought send the character! perfected by t.b6 ho )d.. u. week abroad to atlldY', his'
the will po'er. driven 10 helplessness were" more honorable and enduring noblest In life. Think of the atmok sere chosen profession, that 01 m..dloJlle'-:
to seek: devlDe ald."' .rhe glimpses than the riches and a-randuer ofthis. which Jesus Christ less creat.ed. A great plague Came among the peo.
which! we get through the windows of earth. wonderful aDd ennobling things pie 01 his native. village, and a. he ...
HElvel.tloo. Into that world where the Jesus. the ODe who stands. 'In an hive sprung from that .tmollphere. ret.urned' and ministered unto them
r k highest I intelligences reside freed from immense! solitude I lIup..me isola- Dr. L'man Abbott has called our attention they said. "Lx. it I. the man 10 the
limitations which fetter mankind reveal t4on"was. not a product of the times. to the following: "HI' never mount..ln It So may..... become
lie to a world where praise let con'ol'med' not to the world, and was built a house but more splendid edifices absorbed. 1/1/ our Idea, and la the
universally and constantly rendered' crucified. His cross I. the central. have been erected to his memory work Be baN for UII to do that 10
w the CreaLOr. 1'hou art worthy, 0 figure of time and ELernh '. Paul con- than to all other names. put together the coming years men may say. "He
Lord, to receive RlorJ'' sod honor, formed not with flesh and blood hut In the worlds bl..tory. He never wI'ute doe the work: 01 the Fattier. he. l is be-
and power for thou hart created all. wall edieot.t.u the heavenly vlllion. a line of mus OIL He ha" Inspired com lnll like Him. "
and fur r b) pleasure they were ..and and was-" beheaded.Athsnsius more IOU oy other man. He Like the ODe who played the part vf .
I are Cf"tj8t6d." This I. the song of the stood IilnjCleb.nded never pal aicture. but painting Jesus In the Passion Play and became .
heavenly bt'lnar. In the starry vault against' the ,,world aDd won a victory was' born In his rtb. He never wrote aa his countrymen said like! the Christ,
above UII, and III IWtlflle-lit flower be that Is immortal. CI"'Yllo1ftom. the great books but Ie has en."lred" the So may we In our pallslun for Him
: flt'alh our feet, are to be seen the glory' Goldl"o-monlhed" conformed not to, the best literature I. e world hall ever alllllmllaLe his be..utlfuICnaractprlllt.I 18
and grandeur ur the M.ker. fashions of the world, was exiled from lrnown awe as. to have men to take knowledge; of
We are invited to discern the will ofI bill Country and died breathing out The best In \\I rature art, and ua a. they did of some of old. that we
I the Div fete One, aDd to fall Into "Thanks be LO God fur all hlnIl8." music should engage our alt.entlon. have been with J..u.
harmony with this churns of praise, Luther rev"Iled against a corrupt The masters of literature wring Uq important i, With the. problems of the 2OI.h century '
1&10 we are attuned tIJ that will which IIIo .system illustrated hy Tetzel and the lessons. IJr. Hegry Van Dyke confronting UII In all their complexity .
hood, and perfect, and well ploalllnA' "selling of indulgences, wrote Mil theses baa recently pointed out some of these men lire prone 10 cry out"
,: To find the plan uf God and LO enter nailed them to the c1rtrrc".Joor.. said lessons' from the kings of literature: With fo,,'. on the world to day.
; into that plan 18 our chief work In "they may take my Ufe" but L will{ "Shakespeare the IDaJeltry of the It will be on the world tomorrow
i life. To fall athwart that plan 18 to never retract was hunted like a dOll moral: law. "Victor Hugo t.helacred- Not all the strength or the sun .
Jan drive his bright _no through,
I Ise crushed! fOI"evf'r. "To make" a life through Germany ,started a wave of ness of chlldboJd. ."Ooet.het.he glory
; rather than a hying" au find our life' reformation that shall goon forever, of remrnclation." .W.rd..01't.b.. the Hut amid dlllCoura'lf'mentll the cbar'
; work and to follow it. and t.o r'ermem.t and tools; bill place .l1100K the immortals JOY of bumlllt).. .T..nnyllon. the actors pf whom 1 have spoken cry
fixer with Emporer William of Germany S"voDarollo refused to con. triumph of Immortal... "IJru..n- "Acid for me with spirit elate.
t.1 Lhat.t.beman..holi" life"is not founded form to the corruption of hill church In Ihe courage of "'all.In\ God The For Heaven mire...shines. togs 1 under press the through etoud:

} on religion is lon, II out-duty. For and when threatened with excommunication Thackery, the ugliness of bYPoorl Of the day that.in after toml>>........."
i ; a. the watch ip made to keep time, I said "You may exct.mmuni I and! the beauty of furlCl vene.lI. There are those who like Michael(
and I. useless If h falls t.o fulfill. Its cats me from the church militant but : George I Eliot, the supremacy of duty."Dickens An gelo. have cultivated the habit of
function, 110 man II made to glorify you cannot excommunicate: me from the Divinity of kindness,11"Huskin looklnlr uv..ard. THesearetheheralds.
his. Creator. and failing to do 110 less the church trlumpbant." Becoming the 'iQ'lIltv of flervlce. V of that day when thlll world shall be
infused t.heehlef end 01 ealnellee. a martyr he received a crown of IUI!'. "Erring, simple hearten cheerfulness.Hawthorne . ftooded with light, and darkness shall
There wall -a time when Mr. Gladstone the of sin and
What shall tlo with my life 'l'o lIIIIIIiefulness. flee away.Economy.
what purpose shall r putall this traln- the glorious son of England refused. the power of l' nlteDoo. Lowell, -- ---- - -
t; I nil\\? These are pal'mount questions. to belied the ideas of bill people; !lIve ourselves] tc our fello..meD Lf we id Travel Tourist I
which confront wdliY. Catch. vision for be theta wrong and it III I would bless thel. "Whl tler. Brotherhood Sleep.. -'
uf the Eternal One trust Him said that he. who Is today held LO and Dlv1'ne Fat.herhood era to California .
0 obey Him follow Him aDd though the memory dear was the' most.hated mall Walking/ with such kings of earth, are first cl..s'ln everything b.Hn..me':
+' way be dark believe that Ilia ways In..l1 nlliand. and with tJte Imagination peopled with They afford a most comfortable and
shall soon or late reach the shining Tim. will not permit me t.o refer In the things 01 heaven and ofe..rthtbere economical way of crossing the continent. -
y heights of d..,. Ask not what I shall detail to that mighty army of men who can be no 10nelt"Je. We caD gather Berth rate only 87 from CblcaIlO -
receive of life, but rather what shall I / like Bunyan Roger Williams and from them their richest treasures, t.o Callfornl. Hound trip tickets,
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contribute to my day and Q'eoeratIO others were persecuted for ollClen08 traniimitting/ them into character and Chicago to San Francisco, Loll Angeles
Thus believing and .0 actinIC flO for' sake, who Caught celestial visions, service which -.ball bless our fellows.1bestw S..qta Barbara or Sacramento 862.50
Y--waaiI1 withb-6kFM-Witralreom-and! ! --1 1 andwhaare-eashriaed within. --- : religion\ and- culture- 00 "af lJ 2, 3J 9, 10. 11, 12, 13, 29, 30, ...
hearts 01 mankind forever. Men who we shall beub rb'llODwarcT't tIrriat 31 and Jpee I.'- -Chicago, ; -lIrf1lwa ke
.n..b How down the a pawtage Stun unto walls day.of "night thought-above aDd ahead 01 their Ide.. .God. "Tholl .h..lt have no & St.. P"III. Union Pacific and southern .
I thnt'.of 'wbom the world was not other gods before me," I. the prohibition Pacific Line 1.0'. A. Miller. Gener.al .
One of the Brat lessons aDd oDe of wort.hy. of God to men. To love another Passenger Agent Chicago W. S.
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"THE TRANSFORMED LIFE." ;1 pf the color of the tree to which It conception ot character III Ood'i BIIII
chnfls. Neither like the teacher who the unfolding ot redeemed humanity
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REV. H. P. JACKSON. Be yourselves but heour host such s character as we would
selves cultivate ardOou..ly. the means have every other 1 In the universe .
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for the beat. developt'm..nt of body to be." Bl In the passion
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Following Is the Baccalaureate ser- spirit and the spirit of sod are r Mt imitations but genuine ';examples\ of I"ve hllll and keep his cOD"lll1and,
mon In full preached by He" H. P. enmity. I free men and wom"D. Remember the ment.... Little for love 8urre.th long
Jackson to the graduating class of the I Therefore he wh oonformi( to the saying of old. 1.'he fearful unbelief and I" kind. love envleth not; love
Oscecla High School. spirit 01 the world Cannot be acceptable Is the unbelief in self Tu Ihlnl" own vallnteth not Ibelt. 101 Dot puffed- up.
TEX:-Be not oonformwl to this world but to God. self be true and It follows as night the Doth nut !behave Itself unseemly, and
Iw ye transformed. b,:r the renewing of your Mr. Emerson: was accustomed to say day thou canal not bto' false to any seeketh not her own. III not easily !
said mind.aoneptable that y. .mar and: \Mrt..t./J'ovtt what will .r 1M U that '' 111:1\\ 18t. This II true In tile spiritual "To give ur Individuality 111 self DOt In iniquity; but rejolceth ID the
The term Baccalaureate refers world a8 In the world of human af- annihilation. truth: en.lu..t'Lh all things. love never,
\primarily to that occasion when the fall'll. How to use the world and not "L.tvt'e thy neighboys thy self falleth. One who has long bfo..n'a
student having acquired the degree of to abuse It. 18 our great problem.. finding love measure for pupil In the school of love cries out,
l3achelor of Arts had placed upon hill The old story of the sword found In love of the neljl"hbor. But let Ute not "ON''I I. the power of love: NI
> "'A brow a crOwn of laurel. On this occasion the road by the child who cut himself forget that freedom however paradoxical abandoned hIn the city. 110 redntanin <<
no laurel crown will be placed with It. the philosopher who speculated It may seem, h 10 IX' round In lhe mountain. no nl'\lro\ III Africa.
i upon your brow In recognition of the upon (Its evolution and the soldier conformity to law and that the hl/h./ visit resist Its -tweet lOoJlcltude. It tinderminds
attainments which you have made. who grasped It aDd went forward 10 oat freedom 18 t" h. round III conformity like a wave. II ....ndsllk... sit
bat a way shall be Indicated by which use it In the service of kits. counll" '. 10 the t""lne law which 18 the 'ul'lh'lultk..ltmeltsllk.' tire.lt inspires
you may obtain a crown of life which serves. U8 a. an Illustration of tie highest rule or action. like music: it hinds like 8 chain II
shall, not fade awa)'. proper l use of the world as we find It. "I f the son maker you free you detains like a good story" II cheers
To this end all true education tends.Tlt . To follow I the example of the soldier shall he free Ind..ed. like a .unWRII1.! No other power 1 ,. !
commencements of life are but the Is the lesson .rupha..lzt'd. To tw In With such nOIl-t'ollr""I1It! still hnlll""lIfl'lIhl, ; lweve and men shell ,-
\.pes of that commeucenientrthe beginning the world and not of the world haH un freedom the will lie like the great "..e the hnaof)/ your .Father. In 1"8v'e t i
of Ewrnlty-when the Great Illustration In the waxtlower "hl'h N' mountain peaks shove bur fellow". 10 "". \\ ntsy nol have our "Ialll"/" ill
Judge shall determine whether, have taint its while uncontalllJnat by the purify the moors)111110"1'1.1', and teo add ,, the Hall of Ptanie. we mat' nol Is' II
wrought well In the school of Life. soot ot the coal mln'l where II irrows. ''dignity/ 'to the whole. or lif. Washington. a 1.4-e. or an Vill-64.11. total
and when He shall deliver Hh awards. The fashion of the' world passes hut Not only are we mil ht nonconformists I ......COIlIlI'.. to life noble! character. arid.
according tl' the deeds ot wt'n. To'' the fashion of immortality endures but transformed or tranmtigurcdby h'lIe.ll"nt ,111.,-/Is. If we 1110. Wit %U(41441RA ,
- receive( from Ilia lire the "Malrna'um "The world pa".elh. aWIA.: and! thlustthereul ". the renewing "t our mlndlO. I would! the world, 'sll" ' l laude" were well worth all the ,st.ruir-' but lit' that dcsetIi the will not depreciate, the great Irlllh Ihllt d'rvI> ..\I.H III the. loan ..1inipricanEapomitiiun
11"11'110, the denials. and the saiTeringsof of God abld..th rON'VI'I. "" mall must h. born from! IIh. ... ; there wall s (panel' 1 III the
human experience TII the human I This lesson the spiritual heroes of P'ur, this is I he great IIn.! nW'esmt ) .1"lIlIfIl with thetn.crlptton" > "Ile who\ .
mind there Is no Il.eawr concept than the world learned aol, were nunrinfurmiate. beginning "r IrRn..f\IlII.lI..lI.\ '111,1 it i. falls 11'1111' Its. . tint truly failed] but I.
that of God nil greaw.r responsibtlfty i "Esteemtnirthe. reproach' of the function of Life spirit! or (ibd, III himself alu H conqut'ror. "He who. IW
than that or 'man III his Maker. I Christ greater richest h an I Iw'I reuur.'s, regeneration/ but 1 would like to I'mlhll"i7. '''Iru..totl"'I"1j/hLII.. ",. riot, ,Mynas a 1.t.,
and no more worthy .tint' that ,to or Ig3 1'1. !Moses. when hI' w as coin.- .' the broad (.ulLul..hi'hMII'ult! 1'1\1" the applause' .. "f III1'n. hat mitt that''
- glorify H1w. I to years. refused to twe. ":alled 1 the, "onor Invite I the attention of eter) pet-sun resplendent( or.n"ion when II" .1udg.-
The one great don..lnlllll purpose) of I, Pharauh' danllh'' .. "Ile niahtifttvesought endeavoring to serve I"t; In his "II) I! shall sit III Judl.rll"''" h. slimil. r''IV'' t
our liveN should b. lu 1".0' 11,1., excuses 10 justify hi itself.in and generation. I I the applauscuf I the "1rsrnihled 1 unit rtt-
able to film \10 to whether, life m I., R N'IlIRininlC III the house "r the I'ha- t'hri+,tianlt-y and, culture areviuelyrelated. land! shall take his place unions!: n.I'.
failure or a {,ue""NIi deliends, ..pIILir'l raohs. In fact the followings picas 1. "Approve things that 11'1' ; heroes
, : y upon this LeHt.Ve need 10 r"'oIDi/.e have been suggested: "1//(. swell, his excellent', w hutsoevet,. things are .. We are. told ur s !" 1"'lIlh tile
the fact that life III a solemn tru>l1.. Ine life tu her. h. scented. pr"'id"1. .It I ly. ...hal.o.\..... Ihinj{. ale .of gi: \.tI report shadows. or 1\ lOonnIHn, .1 ,ru.-k w sPit
this- day of reckless taking< of life placed where I". might! beume the' ; think on I th'we thlnj{.... ",\M aratan "h",1' that It resembled' Ih.. (ti..(, ,
either by ulclde IIr murder we need 10empbaslze ruler and serve his. 1 people' from the 1IllIk..ll., to I. h... I' these are tine. of( a titan' 'I'll-' J..;;en.l,I mi'lares: that i
tills important t'"lh. (;mid Ihl.onl. '1'Itepo he r..j..ctt.d If they I I ball within Himself not only those attributes were suggested to hint and followed! key tn the lIIan I. hiM thought change and 111"1'1..11..1,11, <' u'H.IiIIOIi that. someday :
which constitute he highest' the path or dUly though it tell, fr'011I a I! thus and you have changed: the mlln. when III great. distress the "Manin !
Ideal for 1118.0. but likewise the only throne to bUlidalC" The centuries "A virtuous intellect Is. essential to a the mountain would' come ,down, 10 ,
qua'-tl"l1 that call satisfy 'Ihp IItdo.lIr have passed the glories uf Vitypt have virtuous moan no man that I" not IOn relieve 'ihent .\ 111,1, meditated. ur"11' I
man. "He satisfies. says Croon.; the faded but Moses sLsnl" if earth without idealist call possibly 1M' good. roan. the tradition, and. sit alsul I.ed. was hf'
\ naiad thinking toward unity' the heart a peer all B la..rlvt", and In heaven these are the words of phllosophty' ofrenown. In the Ideu II Ia't. .aulc his 11".i..n..
yearning/ for worship. the conscience they sing the song of Moses and The mind I" to be renewed The yours br naught him 10 .v"UIIIlIIUto,
. acknowledging guilt and reinforces the Lamb. The treasurers lit' sought/ and rue character l perfected. by the h. "I. I HP went ,11'aJ, u. ,.tuft' tolechomen
the will power drIven ID helplessness" were more honorable still, endurinir. noblest In lirp. Think of the 8Im"H'pht"re I'r..r..Hlon. that of 11>'" II<'I n..
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to seek devlne IIld. The !glimpses< than the riches and granduur of tlylsearth. which Jesus Christ haft created. A great plague Came among" < the I tm'f"I -
which we get through the windows of \Vhllt wonderful and t'llnubltlllltdll!:" I pie of his native village, and I 1011 h.
Revelations Into that world where the Jesus. the one who stands 'iii an hive 1IrUIlIC from that atmosphere.Dr. \ returned! and mlulmU+.ed 1 unt.c' threat
highest lotellllence8 reside freed from immense solitude I la supreme Isolation L'manhhoLt has called our attention they said "IA', It 1M the man I. the
limitations which fetter mankind, reveal was. not a product of, his times I" the following: "He never muunlaln. :So may..... h(' us to a world where praise Is con'ol"lned nutty the world, and waIf built a house, but nxre .splendid t'dl. absorbed In our Idga and III the
.\ universally acid constantly rendered crucltled. Hilt cross Is the central floss have 1..11 Premed tu his mem..ry work tie ha, for. u.o to ,I" that III
to the Creator. "Thou art worthy. 0 figure of time and Eternlt.\ Paul con- than to all other! names! put together: the cUlUlnac ) ear... 'iuen may say. "1f,.
Lord to receive glory. sod honor. : formed not with flesh and blood but In the worlds history. He never wl'utea dollies the work of the Father. be I. lat.comlplag .
and power, for thou hast created all, was obedlent.to the heavenly vision, line of music but H8 has IIISpll-8. like 111m.
\ .. ... aod tor IbJ' plea.lure they were 'and' land was beheaded, more music than any other Inane lie Like the one who played! the part of
i.' are created." Tbll II tbe 80nM' of the 4\t.11R.1I8IuI stood lnllebaDded never painted a picture but painting Jesus in the Passion. Play and Itecameas'hiscountrymen
.! heavenly belnW8. In the starry vault against \.be' world. and won a victory was born In his birth. lIe never wrote" said like the ChrIBt.
above us aDd In the tiniest flower be that is 1mmol'ta.J. Chrysostom! the great books but He bas eD81.tred the Soma y we 10 our passion. for Him .
death our feet are to be seen the glory Golde-D-monthed conformed not to the best literature the world has ever assimilate his beautiful 'nar.l'1Prlatl .
and grandeur ot the Maker. fashions or the ..world was exiled from Icno..n. a. to have men to take knowledge ofus .
. We are invited to discern the will of his county and died breathing out The best In literature. a"" slid I I al they lId or sme. of, old 1. thlll we '
the Divine One and to fall Into "Th"olllO: be to sod! fur all thlllllH. "I DUlllc should engage our l\tfilnU..n have literal. with J..Uft. }
harmony with this chorus of praise 1 Luther revolted against; a corrupt The masters of literature. [hrlllA: ui 111Iportant i With the problems of. the both celltury Z
all we are attuned to that will whICh Is system illustrated hy T..tzel and the lessons Ur. lI..nry'an 1 D) Ile 1 confronting. 11.. III all their' conmplexity .
good and perfect and well. pleasing.To selling of indulgences. wrote hiM theses has recently pointed out 011I" or I theme men art prone 10 cry out. "
find the plan of God and to enter naIled them to the church dour" said lessons. from tile kings< or literature. : I
With the world\ .
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into that plan Is our chief work In .they may take my Ufe" hut I will "5hakemlware. the majesty of the It will\ h.foic'a. un the on world' tomorrow t. d.y. I y
I life. 1'0 fall athwart that plan III to never retract..wa8 hunted like: 0 dog moral I..w. '.Vlctur Hugo. the81lM"d.1nl Not all .L..trlh If the eon ,
Le crushed 10''evt'r. "To make a lire through Germany. started a wave of >IIS of chlldho.d. "Goethe the ! ,. rather than a lIving" IU find our IIfe's reformation that shall II'U on forever. ,'..nuncl atlon. "Wordsworth. the. lint amid l dIMcon"af..mf" w the c har-,
work and to follow it. and to r"eenemher and took\ his place among the immortals joy of.hulllllll. ).. "T"IHI."H"". the S"\'I'II bf whom I hate a u rn ('J.V. ;'
with Emporer Wllllam uf German 8avonllrhllo refused tu conform triumph of Immortal law "Brown- "And for not with wpm, ....1... :
that the man whose Uteh' Dot found.ed to the corruption 01 his church 1111{. the courage or Faith ill (God I The mire flout fit" I prompt through '
religion Is lost ill a.nd when threatened. Ith 'xconununl( I For 11".n whin.- under the cloud'. 6
on ou'dutv. FoT ( Thackery thoughtless of 1r>'I'"crl"Y. IIf the day that I" after t".w." :
a8 the watch Is made to keep time. I cation said "You may exc..mtnunt- and l the IM'IUILV or r"rllll.ent"OIIi '
'T'here those who like\ Icl..tI'l (
and is useless If II falllO to fulfill Its cute me from the church militant but George< Eliot: the supremacy uf "I I are
Angelo, have cultivated the habit of r +
function 80 man is made ti) glorify I you cannot elrcommllnl..BLe from "IUcke, the Divinity of kindness. louklnl ul'\I"a'd. Theseuretheheralds bof
his Creator and failing to do 80 bas the church triumphant" Becoming "Ruskin. the Dignity of servlcel' { 1
that day when tltlll world shall. 00 '
missed this chief end of ce. a martyr be received" It crown of II fl'. "Irv lng, .simple Hearted eheertuInes".1 flooded with and ('
What shall do with my lire)? Tu There was a time when Mr. Gladstone .Hawthol'lIt'. the hatefulness of min. and flee light darkness shall Z i
what purpose shall putaH this train.Ing the glorious son oJ....&oll'land' refullledtu the power of Penitence. to'1.owell.. away. ZE
? These are pal'moun questions conform t.p the ideas or bill people I give ourmelvem. to our fellow.ml'n It we
which confront U8 IA.>d ay. Catch a v III' for he belle fed them wrong. and It isspid would bless them. "Wl1lttler. Brotherhood Economy In Travel Tourist !iloepe. ;
Ion 01 the Eternal One trust Him, that he. who III today held to I and Divine Fatherhood .." 10 Caltforala' 1
obey Him follow Him aDd though the memory dear was the most hated man Walking with such kings of earth are first class In everything h ItnallJ Y
way be dark: believe that His ways 10 all EDlClaDd. and with the imagination peopled with They afford' a most comfortable and l
shall soon or late reach the shining TIlDe will Dot permit me to refer In I the things uf heaven and of earth there economical way ofcrolilOlnll the conti- f
heights 01 day. Ask: not what I shall detail too that mighty army of men who caD be Du lonellnell8. We caD gather nent. Berth Pate only 81 froumChicago "
receive of life but rather what shall I like Bunyan Roger Williams and I from them their richest trea8urer to Callrornla. Round trip ticket.,. i
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contribute my day and Ireoeratlun. others were persecuted for conscience transmitting!< them Into character and Chicago to San "Francisco Los Angeles '
{ Thus believing and 80 acting jlO for- sake who caught celestial visions service which shall blellll our fellow8. Santa Barbara ur Sacramento fIII2JO
1 ward with hearts courageous and I and who are enshrined within the r Lit the sweep of religion and culture it. )
hearts 01 on ay 1. 2. J, 9. 10( 11. 12. 1:1: 29. 30.
mankind for'ever' Men who" we shall be borne onward to the
i Through the bon walls, or night great 31 and June I. Chicago Milwaukee:
Hew down a parrfre unto day," thought iabove and ahead ot thelJ' I Ideal-God. 'rhou shalt have DO & St. Pa.ul. Union Pacific and south.ern . 'i
and tlme-8. 01 whom the world was not other gods before me. 18 the prohibition Pacific Line ))0' A.
One 01 the first lessons one of worth .. Miller. O..nl' L.
the hardest to learn II that the world We be slaves I 01 God to IDen. To love another al Passenger Agent Chicago or W 8. t
may or klojlll. Therelo'tr I 18 to lower the Ideal aDd the creator Howell, 381 Broadway New York.

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Kij slmm66 VaU6U Gazette ,,'Sof's lebaby shoes at DanD" Fewer. OaloDs) ;, Wears Longer. Mrs. F. W, ,11111 &nd. children of\ I rl .

lIenleY'ADderson 'Is now clerking at Mr and Mr.. .7. D. ''Tl1ils. of Fort Narcooss8fl. and Mr. Williams of .
TELPHONY. NO.t1. the OBOeClla Pharmacy Meade spent last Friday' III town England, Mrs. lillI". brother, came 10
and attended the S. S. picnic Friday
Feweei OalloD'I shopping. aDd vlstt.lolI' frleoda.-Oar. .
Longer.
; Wears
UIILIl4HEI> EVERY FRIDAY Ww Conner Informant. Joe Nemll.ll ba. the t.bankl bf,\.hI'
Mr. C. W.. Ward went W':JsCksonvitleon ; editor for .,, "
"":' trY' 'up Mr 'aome extra tine 'peso bes
business O..:,>J. Btrloklaod. agent for" the .. H.C. ti
w. B. H.A.'e.'Offlgl a mission Wedaes- left at the omoe this' morning ,
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".. ; -- day Dlllb" East Coast railroad at DupoDt, who>>
We.ther 1.port.isa..a wuhbis family I. 011 a vbit to sirparents Mr. M. D. Tindall,. Narcoossee'spromloont I *
TIMPSaavoaa-ogee Fewer Gallons; Wear. Logger.Ervin and other relatives at Campbell cattle Juan and farmer Is STANFORD:
iamwsTNeaaDav was ID town last Saturday .bak transacting business hI town today
Simpson
and James
IEY..III. June I&. 1006.Mss. O'Berry'came stands
log with old
frleDd.
home from the State Ubher.U1 Ilt. many Misses EtLe1 and IShelll Smith re- .

NID. ti10' at Lake CIty yesterday to spend vacsfloc. Miss Ida Pryorepf Marlesther.Fla.. hurried to their lIomes ID Orlando today j -
fall, who baa been visiting her cousin, to he regret of theIr many ORIGINATOR
- - Miss LanDle lJa88 left night friend.. I '
We Monday 0. PRICE8' IN
are especially prepared to a.c- .LOW P ISSIMMU ,
M rtn1ay .. for her home accompanied by MissBase .
9 :: "
colt modate the ladies and ask them E8rneatOverstreeiha.been pi act
.. an .. ; to till'ht.
who
will spend the
Isy .. . 11II ntId.r give us a call summer eouDttlrs and ft'xtures: ID hIs Dew
.. H\4\ /MI'"I MILiaat If OVERSTREET vlllltlnjln Wen Florida and South market thlll week aDd f'lIpect.a to be
Xtny+ 114 ..teuerda Georgia ready for bu.loess In few .
a daJ's.Capt.
, .. III Mr. It A. Lankford I. .
r d.v III .gp ... the IQcal'marltpt' with some of supplying the I1n. 'ewer Oa11oD.; Wears LoolC'8r. J. P. Sharp aDd his Crew 1

T eat flavored cantaloupes we have ever The State mlllaae for 1005 and 1006 cause up from"he dredRe boat Saturday
t.-A tlJNPSON. P. M. _Ii. will be higher than ever before. There to receive t.httir cheeks from Uncle
will be the 4 mill peniliun tax. H mill Sam and to lllpelld Sunday with\ '
ur ,rate for Insertion of advert.lsenllC Fewer Gallons; Wears Lonlf'r. general revenue 1 mill school tax. i famllle tbelt'l ; SUMMER-

among the reading matter on The ICrslllmml'e Baseball\ team are mill health '.ax. bosldell another Item The local Tent Knights of M .
H page Is Wn cents per line each fqI I Ilion. getting In trim w tackle the the Of- 0" two that will meaD 8 mUls. -LlLke have relwtved IIn lu\'IIIIUuO c"bee.1
I lando team ILt the latter places 01. the City Index.Air. Orlando Tent of t.haorder to
GOODS
Illor.llili! fourth. and Mra. E. A. Barnes, Mn. their.lubtlee I) elt"lJrauou to be head
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We make only one grade of cream C. W. Dann and children and Miss June 21th /

and that's the best.MII.LEIt. Battle May GraveR left on Monday Mr. C. O. Newlon was called too
k OVERiTREICT. for Loulnllla, Ky ;-t.o take 10 theCoafederata White
Springs today by a
News.'end Veterans after which messageannouncing AT
Reunion
Local
Misses 1 Ethel and Shelly Hmltb, of they will spend a month visiting relatives the serious illness of Mts. -
Orlando have been spending !several In Kentucky.Fewer Newlonl who had gone to the springs I
benefit
fur the of her healt.h. ,
days hers. the guests ottheir ooullull '

Misses Virginia and Mabel Parer.) Gallons; Wears Loojler.Mr. The Postal) Cable-Telegraph Co.. .. SUMMER fi

us your job prlnUnjf.Ir Wear 'Crossott't. the shoe for meD W. McIntyre, a.nexpprtpn are preparing to extepd their :lIne I II "
S. B. Story visited Orlando a' Daon's. pharmacist of Dublin Oa., arrived 10 through Kissimmee aDd have
town 00 Monday to take charge as a r.'um'hlse from th& town aooul"1 .
I\'day.\ Prof. H. p. Bragg left last Saturday manager uf, the Osceola Pharmacy.Mr. granting them prlvlledjle' of PRICE .
'(''III IIIPn'8 lobby summer suits at : fur Jacksonville to spend a few McIntyre Is. a young man of tug their pole and 'Ireson the
1 L 'MII'Mat'M. wetkll.: lIe PXPt''L to return to KIsstmmee pleasing. appearance sod comes well o the town Sdsaaaa
again/ Ierore( leaving for his --
recommended 11.8 a pbarmael8t.
Sam and Joe Grlftln, of
' home In \.IPjlnla' Miss Sue Watson entertained ats
I'CU' were In town this week.'ee Mr. A. J. Lewlll ball retired from j toll.l'LIl" Thursday afternoon In hon

the! new line Shirt waist, atli..furd'R. Stove WOOd.Best Pine Stove wood the cattle business and sold ids, stuck orof Misses Ethel and Shelly}) Smithof ,
--either heart Hap 01' mllted-'t.60 and range to the firm of Uralnard k; Orlan o. Mlu I<:thlllis the daujlh:
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/ Rtran. Phone LEolllf'Y's Stable. I 102Chas. ): Jordan for ':}}.OOO. The cattle comprised ter of Dr. Smith mayor of Orlando

opt ( 'Iii)' Johnson made R bussv Willson has. moved hieblueksmit.h about 1.4-410 head and the range and Miss Shelly 110 a niece.Ii .
sit 10 Tampa last Tuesday.t Ithul'.0\ hie home about covered an area of 6.400 acres, located J '

t 'n"'olhy ) "Lads. shoes has two miles from to'n. and J. W. Miller on the KI..llDmee IUver.-Uart. 'W '''I't' '
Courier 10forlDlLut.Mr. ? 'jDOUGLAS.
style none better at Daon'lI. l Is having the building which be -

formerly occupied turn down. Walter Loren. the energetic
\iI' A. K Drought/ left Tuesday for
Stanford I is for DUlllas Shn" ml.nagpr of the St Cloud; plantation
we lIIunLh visit to hiM old home in agent .
was in town yesterday. and brought : r.IV
'I 1I1I1d.I'f. for Men. tjlU'tJ1I duality! for Ladies
and unos Brand fur CL ildtsn. a basket of the finest peaches we have
..,. 5psndinv your mont'y. SPPw seen thlll eason. They were of the
1C..d". at 8Lanfol'd'. Mr. J. F. M"lfpley has 'ClmllletNl Pnto variety, and very IllSCloU8. IV SHOES
the survey of the route for the ": ver. Mr. Lorenz states that the 81. Cloud NI t
"111'1' Trench of NarC'ooMII. has CO'II It 1M
glade l.1"llrPIlIl railroad and (peach crop Is very short. J
.. week with frlcuds in
n 'p'ndlnIC1hp presumed that the work of cOllltructlon -
w'. will bt>lCln a.L an early Iale. ,1'hA A. C. L. Ily. Co., had IL force! lNSI/RAAYf
orhandMat work Wednesday laying I
'nu, will" tlnd l'rl..M' and goods The handsomest line of spring I'loth- -I-illch water main to con np<.t with their
r lit. I\l Slanfo'd". try him. tug ever shown la KililtiDlIllet'. to be tank and furnlllh water forlhp Florida

Mrs Dale and her daugbtsr. MIaM seen at Kat '11.eUUle 'Midland I'njCUI; heretofore water

Isis. 10'11. Sunday for an extended and see our new line of spring hal been supplied the Midland' engine Always Remember the FUlIName
sit ill 1'antpa. and summer suits for men. by "ypholjlnlC It from the engine 011 I I

Smoke Key WPlIt Havana the beet Katz.FOU the Sugar Belt '

l'agar 1 011 the market SALELarge stove. 1A1H.U two I children Mr. and left MrR.Sunday n. C. for Stanford a visit and to The Indian Guards His Home. Laxative Bromo Quinine t

Jim ('arlin, left nn 'f'dnt'Mllay to I"droolll Pete and other furniture relatives ColorlAdo. They went via
cheap for C'allh II, E. OverSLr t.
trod the l exercises of
'OOlDltJ.J'pm"t
Louisville. where they will stop IL few so OUGHT YOU
I. SfaU' University at rake:: City.A In another Column of this Issue, the days and take 10 the Confederate Cures COld in One Day Grip inTwo.a .

good quality 36 In. Sheeting! at City (Council atvprtillln the Cemetery Veterans Heuni..n. Mr. Stanford exports BY I t u

tuufords. fur II cents. ( aDd Street hOlld, which were re- ( to be gone about three weeks, Tornado Insuranee.
Gently 'o..d by the town for stAle. I while Mr. Stanford aDd the children
Mlu Marie Bryall of Tampa. i Issiting will spend the summer : on 80s. 25c.
heraister Mfll. O. U. Morn- I..oM'rTwo ten and two five dollar Fire Immrtlnee'
)n at hotel Tvho.-kalilCa. bills) On the streets of Kissimmee. DI You Want To Sell Your Business ,
Salur'dlAVI"y! 21lh. Five Duilare reward ? We can sell your business no '1

!Stanford' haM an up-\.date line of If returned to L. K. MINX. I (natter "h..re It III located. This I. Life Insurance 11111111U111U111111111111I1111l111111t11111111111l1111tl11' ' ' ' " " 1i111111111Y.r "

.m' Ilats Neckwear, &<1. CuI. W.' J. Sears, OMceola'l popular I the age of spt'ClaIlIlL8.; We are the only .....- !! !!
II exclusive: business brokers In the
Miss Blanche WIII'ol of J&I'k.on.lie anti etttclentcounty superintendent of NORTH K1881MMEg. PNON[ .
Mtuptwd, 1 aver here last week toke public schools. was 111' from KIRR1m. I ,'ullnlry.'e have bUYl'rl.! What III Time Tried and Fire Tested. ::::: ==
the ttoacher' samlnation. RIM Saturday looking after legal have you to offer We bring buyer E C. W. GRIFFIN
and seller together and make quicksales. .....- 3I
alfalr.--orlando
Ladles White Lawn Shirt V\' lilts at its-porter. HOIIEJI'l' M. IUIUCti! k Co., ::::: ==
IAnfordll a50c Ind, up. see Lht'm. Fewer Gallons; Wears. Longer.Itev Companies represented by
On last Tuesday evenlnglb..hollpltable -
Mr. C. W. Ward returned on Sat- K H. I taynpr, pastor "f' the home of sludge and Mrs. O. 1<'. J. M. WILLSON. .JR.
day from a two weeks business trip Cbrhtlan burch at Kl8sillJlDl'8. IIIJent Parker was the scene of -a pleasant : -I fancy' family Groceries
Jew York and Washington D. C. several days at DI"Land this week social gathering of the society young

Tile latest In ladles'. Paralolll-POn. guest of his friend ltev. Prentice people of Kissimmee The occasion ,
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hemstitched and dotted, a.KatlL,. '11. Parker of the Christian. Church. was a "Lef Handed Par'J', ,.Iven In __ '\ ._IV'g
VeLlLnd Record 4Thatcream honor tf Misses Ethel and Shelly _- -
Will Mosele left Monday night for 'of ours Is Smith of Orlando The prize, a beau.tiful ::::: :-::: :FRESS: : MEATS.E ,
aeon, Ga.. to. accept a position with just .impllpout silverseal was for tbeperson who = '
us .
eelectriclight comp ny of that olty.If of sight or at least it duell t could use their left hand most dpxtrously == your == .

Comfort sod S'rvlcembill..l. take It long to !get that wry and was awarded to Miss -. Delivery everyday: at hour patronage solicited ....
you want MILLER d: OVPOtsTttlarr.! any ; :,... .
Ethel Smith
buy your shoes from Stan- Prescriptions
Mrs. W. M. HUl80n and children) .
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rd.Capt. of. St Augustine. arrived yesterday -- -- _
'AeTUIUNO !house of .
J. A. Simpson and daughter several weeks person --- -- -- -- ----
afterno in to spend
trustworthiness and !somewhat faiiill Ian == BECAUSE == ---
11111 Ot'lleva, and H..all'hamp Stkffert with Mrs lIuuolI'lIlIIoLb..r. Mr8. M. H.lochendietTer. .
t eft last Saturday to visit relatives III with bl'allch local ot1lce.territory Salary'/aB)/ assistant paid weekly.In --- -- ""ftt'ttflt""t"tt1"'ttft"'tt""t"'t't"'tt""t"'t"' " " " " " " ' " " " '
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'eutucky.i
i Mrll. John M. Bryan Jr.. and infant 1't'rllllAlJl'lit pOll it ion. No investment E 'Ve ]lave the Stock == 3 _
Stanford has the Fluster Brown sou. of KlllllllllnH't'. arrived Tuehduv requlrl'tl. BUlllnells eItLa\Jll\ hed. E "'e have == '
tucking bur boys and IClrls. None to visit her parents Mr and Mrs. T..J Previous experience not essential to E CITY I .
'r.Capt.. Mun'ayi her many friends are I'lIlCalllllj Address Manager == the Experience, == f

; and Mr.11I llurnes oft plpluwd tu meet her In her old home Brunches. 323 Dearborn St. Chicago == and .. ==

Petersburg( slwnt, a few days here I again -- Now: Hm'rna liteeze Administrative I 01llc61l for the 'Florida -

e alit week visiting the 'family of !\Ir. A. Fewer Gallons; V'ecrs, Longer Slate Mid-\VlnLPr Fair Association EBAKEFYIFRESH q
\'. \\'Inn. will be opened in this city tomor- Accuracy
Mrs Ghas:I Farnsworth and little)
t row at the Tamp, Bay (lute'' They .
Little Miss :Ion (lilts entertained a
t Non Prances, of I..olljl'hman, "spent a will he located In rooms 101, lOi: lor "i. -
numh.r 01 her friends at a briLl.day I I few days with "relatives here laltwt'ek.r..u'u end'It17. four of the \best, lulpppd and 3 ::::: == '
arty on Thursday afternoon 01 last InjC hume Saturday. ...ven lUll. mot commodluu and convenient on is our U'utclr-\\TOl'd == BREAD CAKE W. ::" ,

week She was. accuIIIanll) home by'o'rallkl"urnswol.th. ) the ground floor or the hotel From -- -- .., '
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AND PIES EVERY DAY. .
Will\ pay a fancy price for 1\ pair of now unlll the fair next IVllllpr III o\'er. ---- -- -- -

town Otl"8 IlIIhul't. \Vrlt. A. :\1. The \\" h' C. Gro. Cu.. IlIl.veinLhl'lr the ofllges will be the busy bead9 uar"I" \- == We are glad to fill them == -- -- ,.
Icholsun Odando. t'la.. about tht'm. show: window some tine grape: fruit of IL great uu .Ieh looks as fresh and like a't Trabuue. == night or day and will deliver ==
J. S. Stratton .shipped. two carloads
== them at door. ::: PACKAGES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. ==
containlog eighty head of tllle beef though It wens' ulid-winter. The fruit BUY AN ESTAIILISHED BUSNI4S your : = .
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come from ( 'I..I'k of the Court I..slpy 'M r -- ---- --- .- -- -
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IIl'Caffur -
cattle to D. O. Fultull al. Taupe ) 'sterlla.v. : and yourself asteadyinoume .
groveut Cow ('reek. and .retail at bUMinBIIII Is the old fashioned -- :::::: Ce
three for a quarter.Fewer tirnetl'i..d; method uf getting rich'don't == SAYI TALKINQABOUT A FINE LINE ,PF LUNCH :::::
E YOURS TO SERVE ==
Steve: 'Vood.-- Best I"llIcStove wood; Gallons; Wears. Lon //'fer. monkey with "get rich qUICk,1toch..rn"s 1 GOODS. CANS ES. NUTS &.0.. WE HAVE-JHEM. 3
mlxetl- ,0
_]her heart gap or : we'' are the only excllllliveJu r.. LE
Strano Phone Lesley's I Stable lO:!. I Oscar llrannen a highly/ respected "\ llte"lI b'okel'oJ", in the country ROASTEb"' - /

We publish this week on our 8UP- farmer' ) living near Plant City was and can pll'e you In an establlllhed, Kissimmee FRESH
lenient, the sermon preached by Itev.II. murdered 00 Ihlll way home from that good guying UU811Jess. nil matter where, g EE PEANUTS ALL THE TIME. =
P. J a k80n. at the clolllnlC exercises place Monday eveninlC. The weabOnused you wish tot\ >eale. Write today and
of the OoJceola High School was IL shotgun loaded with \buckshot. ItUH\ know what you want--BOMItT C
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No trace of the murderer has f\1. 1'UlUCII: a Uo. INO.. PITfSlJUltU, Drug, Co.
If you want any hauling done or ifyou boon founll. I J I'A.. Yours truly
very
need any Stove Wood call up ....... -
BOBT. M. IWHICH A: CO., INC
The grand Jury of Iiillsborough
W. B. Johnston. Phone 120.
county investigated the killing of W. M. Hall hasllold his livery busl w Phone 41. _
Mr. L. e. DrilllCll has resigned his 'apt Sam Carl.r by P. W. Knapp ness W J Frank Tupptln of KllIslmmelO, .vt4
position with the Oity Bakery and Mr. and found "no..true bllC-1M !weeks" and be has.I1.kvncharge.. Mr. Hall 7 1t1t1litlitlltUtiitltlilllltllUiehisi:
l'ehl.luer has employed Verner Ellis It seems there was. "a nljler I in the wiSI) 'otlnue 10 the hauling and draylug n''
to assist him during v&catluo. woodpile" that didn't appear! In the bUM loess. Mr. Tuppen comes here High 'GradeWhiskey

FOR 8A.LE.-1 am now offering all' first repor witH recommended and Is apparently I

my put llllAnts and flowers for sae.Mr. )Fewer Gallons; Wears Lonller' an energetic enterpristng busloelll
.. \E. }'. hall man. He proposes. to Iceepeerytbinll" ;
Mrs. AI. D. Gilbert, nee Miss Ethel In IIrst clan shape and always have
Mrs Roes Powell of Pulaski Ga.. Pound of Kissimmee! arrived here the 111)051. turn oats for his cUlitomer I
arrived Monday to vlllil her father'sfamily Powell Wednesday on a visit to her. parents With the recently enlarged stables he THE CAFE, j jt
near Narcool8ee. Mrs. and other relaLive Mrs. Gilbert has will have plenty of room and the
II a sister to Mr. W. D. Jobnson.lIoo. many friends In Live Oak who are patronage will be increased accord- It should be borne III mind that !

C. A. Carson returned yeste-r heartily greeting 111>1'. She will re- njly.-Fort Pierce Newil. eyes, cold _kena the IUD ., low- Kissimmee .
day from a weeks absence from the main here for a month or mure.-LI\'e ers the vitality and' prepares 1M Near Passenger Depot
clly. He attended the mewling of the Oak Democrat Mrll.The Julia friends herBoa In Orange Patton,county formerly. of I system fee the more ecrioaa din I Hotel and the Graves House. . .
Bankers and then --. which aN 1M two
at Pablo Beach -c
The Union Sunday School picnic of Sanford but later a resident of
went on to Lake City to attend a meet. held on Paradise bland last Friday, Atlanta, Ga.. will be pained to least praamo4:-.and: of b_ Sirs "A. E. BRABDEN Proprieto '
lag of the Board of Directors of the
as attended by about five hundred 01 her deaLh. She wall a daughter of ,
8taU University of which he III amemoor. people, and wall a most enjoyable oc- Gen Alfred Iverson 0' Ki..lmmee; I I II
He was also present at the culon. The steamer LIllie made three and the widow of "Diok" Patton, Chamberlain'sCough
Commencement exercises of that iastltution. tripe from Capt. Jobnson'a dock In formerly passenger agent of the Plant

the morning and two lu the afternoon, System rallway., During the. past few, Remedy I now have the larleit stock of Wines Whiskies I "' '
The man who la Inclined to be a giving all who desires a chance at- 'ears she bas been a journalist ID At.laota I I handled in KI..lmmee. All.
1lner" article In 'telld. All the Sunday schools In where hersister Mr...Randolph and Been over
caD find almost any baa woe Its great popularity y ... .
suit the times. .
the way of a secret order In Plan town were reresented, and the day nlll resides. aDd where'wethink several prompt era of 1hi.s.o.t ossraeaaitmeat r grades at prices to s r
CI\y be Is looking for from the very was a.n' Idea one for the occasion children are lIylu Mrs' Pat.- It aids apectratioa, a. a l,
bi he.t degrees: of Masonry ''on down j just enough breeze to cool the atmosphere. too was active In omaD'a Clubs u... the lee III sad epeas the
the line Including almost eYe known Altogether the day was a work until her health failed, and she tact...tb.ti eeecdag & ....,. gad I I -
order. We baell' beard 'pt DY Before highly enjoyable one until the sad will be greatly missed from the circle I p sweat ara. It eosut..et.I 1 '
Day Clubs haying exit noe here catastrophe which ended the life of one In which she moved for many years > t.waM ? 1 -V-. G '.{,iyrA_+r.t EJ.A. epEOIA.:: : 'J:;%. YH
nor are we sure that !there 1B & Ku or KI..lmmee's most popular young P"s" Before Itbelr marriage Oea.henoD I ;;: ; = I I'
Klux Klan but w. have all the reat..PlaDt. ..- meD, and cut a gloom of sorrow over nslde4llo I&I\III.-o..I&D<< fie. ..

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: * * *' * * * ** 1IT anti face came must tQ11"1'0 have tOll 1 was him stanil.11ig. that. _S''e Great host That,!Ihe: : Jluman IleilyI KISSIMMEERIVER hI


* * * * my; heart was hardened. But lie I lisa Eadur. .. . _

1"21= T 1 etretelietl out lib bnlld;' '"nd laid I Fire trlt'ICIJ were pratIeed In very

* ( \-f-j I145i * bOil rH..t!: .- ancient 1111\1.11, says it learned JlI'oft'lI5orI ;
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"I"IIY JoGtI-breo to : tile\ VasJiIiigton. Stnr. IIIIIY O TE.

*A.4A > * I lt..rOl3'? 111'11111 anal.1 hQok' my b..ad. I tlAJ.... best-kll\'n: tricks \\.1'0 ellllllu'edto.
OK THe
; lIe (rol'I'l'tl bill IUllu IIY his skle. tleC't.'h.t( Ibo 1'"bl or long lIlO.

: '.S' 4KcflFOTflIQ'.T "I''rIlRI' )''''I'r... mIght," ,lJ' aM.! r&ntoraely I There JII 11011,11111 eII.1I0W. .wh.lch as.oniehies STAt W1'iAMER 'ROSA1A, '

) "III'I'bt.ll" yiIiO, '!hot. Time ( tile 1/1101'1111t/ mote than the Captain Clay Johnson LILLIJ. CaptaIn Clay Johnson Jr.Re&ul.r. .

: u ** bJ1t1ONb IN THE WORLD. * \\11I .ho". that I'\'i J.ot': 1 lean con. lJl'Mlhlng of flame, nil accotmipllshtnent
to a-ad return. lea e.
weekly trips BUllnrer Roaeada
lie lulz
IIt'It'lit'e. If 111'\11 h jllllt. vnmsed. I! halld11 down from\ r"lIIot nlltllulI

** *.* VII FRANK 1JAnJzrr. * * then III A stIJl.lo\\'r t4l. nJIIII I.eniie'eiit i I The Orllt know, fir'obrt'atllcr wall atvrizin .ee Tuesday mornlnc..and arrives Jlsalmmee Friday ovening
Special Trips Lake Fort Myere 011 the ,
ot i-.proI'hm. lid idtled: "SIIY I : slave IInOJ..I Eumnis. 0 lender Char-IeI to Okeec7lbee and Lll

** * ..3Continued. *: * * *** * yen hmoit. ..n. pIII'.II\"r. say yen hope so." I III IIIP flt'n'lIe. wllr III sicily. IiO n. C. Comfortable accommodation for papseagers. Rates reasonabis. ,' .

"[ 11"1' $0:' I "1,1t.He , I lie IIretchldhtd: 10 lIaIIIIlJL'lIl1t.\ .. eOIl- The moat plc resQue- Wlter"ay In Florid& '

ChAPTER XII.pIor'tL "Thnt 1 111I IlIIrt of your business, of .shook hh 1""IlI ruefimihy. mmiunicatioulIhi (lie go<1.... When de.airtitis For Passenger. and Freight Rates apply to "

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Thol'nt'-III'I'" 11(0 I1t'lIl.t III II. "'e'"e h. hrl'ntl.-d. 6111118 and sparks board "Ullie."
r suggest IllIIt i It he tlf far inure lam- 'UIII'/l1:1' 01 Kla.lmme. n.
In "nd
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\ my IIrm ex- I I'tll'llIlIt'p' I. \l'lIll'I.I t Ito 11I1'1tI"'III"('h''l's.' rO\lII,1 It togi't her. it 11(1 l V4'VC'' shared t"nm, his mOlltl t Ii!. .

the bole thinking. though It Vlh, II Il"'k w..I1I.1 hOt rust t lie ..llamOlld 0111' 11:11".'" Ollt t I lmj'i'e, "I1II" ---li I'4 ('hln In- orlI'I', 10 1\l'rrOI'IJ\ thisitarucl; ; I -- ,j

wnll v ery IIkl'l-lhat the dlomoll.l lullI 10 till' k..loiIlIcC I of or.lIl1"r i "he' 11\111'1..1. ,'ol1"III IIlIppl'ti out of Ihp case or bppn put III.lIpllaratply. i ) I . I .... ..... .... ..
t''I\'t'r" ..f .Iokll ..rllp'rl)' ; It w''IM I hesit nrIy: hI' 1111111('. ". "it titt's! /III the nllli lint lug/ hilled It .WltIL soikie<< iurimingsimitnhi'e. I .
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kind of 'ul-dp p'NEAf
WII8 A f'r 1II"r.'I' l 111111 U imder 11 jlallt (lOW ii pl1wk oilt-r" 111(' 10 1'\1'1' III.,. Ihl." b(' hilt H III hIs mOllth niidI I : PRINTING
.a-tlle parlh had tal1..u In from IIho"IIlId
III tll. gflhdihi$ \I tIlt' ....rk. Tlln may I 14.111 1\11" ,..11I1I.1I11III/ II (r.irmier of Ihierlliml hn'llIh: I I mu'.I LIt ittigii H. 'I lie sit use rick ;

I hlm'ked hip pOlllluge nt IRN tllIll1 I". "III'.. III' 1 Iiia; lime .I iimgq'unlty 10 suggt'st ; I ly, tile' .IH". I\llh her" ct's, flxe'ttUI I" I,,'rrlol'lll..1 I I"I (I 11V_ I In 1111 IIppro\.1 I I1I1I1I1I

tile hngth, ot my arm from the t'II'trolll' / hi "lit,. 1I/I't.] for ilK k"I'I'IIIJ" 101 I hi,II'. A" Urn IO \\/IK 'lh"111 I I(0 ita asIhiromiali I I 'liic, .1 ii ." iX let.. mel I.!, I.'get" ( ht.1' : Crentes. n good impression (mon your corres- :
but 1 did not s'or11
11'1\1. up the "J'JI III1H' "I"'"' 1'111111 I ('let I 10* l11"n ont ,I /: on his 11'110111' Ill' caught her 1111I,' IIIIJI; or h111' 11I1.. II Ionll1l1ouul I, t hoi pOlidunts hlps to give your business-prts- ;
until I was absollllely t'prlnlll tbat 1b(' nnl
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Great III'1IP..r was not tllpr('. It was tige. fltMlt pric s'
? I I 1..It'r. I 1 gi ml I 1(1 t Id"\1I1,1I, 10 Sl'uthlllli ; $/I2,. 1"1' It nl\lI." IIn.1111 her turn a lit II II'nrll' "'"."'111111',1. 'Jlll'n lie rolls : \e printingot '
Lot DrobnbIe they wOllld the dla.Inolld ;
put 'HI t 1 I'1'l'r"I' II.... 1'111.1, II 1)11.1.) 1111" whlh' It I"
Yard III "11t'C' Ill ill' n < .111110111'11.// & ., ,
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c as."IIS tlltrerPllt. It was unfcHfec tlit' 1111'11.) i'iI hH hii'I ter 11I111(, /I hir'- ".t II ".1 rI.hl.t, .'.." I I hinimghit I lit' 101111 far 11 1 hiig; Ii nil'. lIe clips 1 --- -- -- "
tl k..f'p that. but It was of IItllI' et'nqience
I('hiMi' or i 0111 I I IIIII!II;g: 0111' iii vest I gi (Iou.. ,\11: : 1"111..1 l'y' Ih' 101'11..f Ihlll; she IIi" 101111 Inl" lii- "' '',"lh 1111111.1..11.(1. .
( sI'r t bey nballl"ul'd, I It.Dut TO UPL'N' AF I THE TELEPHONE IN WAR.
mm huh,, a 1111 i I V4(1I.h'I,.1 I r ..f some I.11111"I01 I ,' 1"wh'J', (' I lit'. .1 Ia liltIhili WII". it mid 1 :JIll I llI'aIlIc I 1111'l1l1l."h 11. I IIIK hiretithim'vhu i : I 'Y
wilY had I by tnk'n Ihp dlll1l10lHII \
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from 11e (eaae and wbat llad they (dOfl? Outline 0' Plane Proposed How the Japanese
E.rj'lhlll/: lit this 1I"'lIIt'lIt ihilnhld'ihIOh cli..,('. Iii.l iii.u.. a,' lthii.i: ,Jilt;' III' 11111:1"" 111I'OIl"IL ,.NatveI Kept TheIr ArJ"

11h .It? I k..lu/. : \'lIn. Jlllt'l'k .fl hut I:1'11 h <(<'". I "\.11:11 n't joill' 10 I..t Ill":0 luke 1:1.: II".II'JI' "ul lt_ 8 ,I Prince or the Vehs I lea ''n Touch In Manchuria.
:A duo to thIs niy'tery' also I d18-
In Ighiohii I liii'" or our "1I .(lll'lolI. .\1111wllh hlll1. III'"' yer'' .Ill' .1.,1 ; ")'Ill aln't I 1',1' il.-.i.t""". \\'llh I tll'<' I th" ulI..I"IlI"ul Knowing: time d'p 111'rest which the "Among the many thIng" the ,Jnp.finCet' .

covered' b'forp long.1ICII t 11"2111.I ..", ." hi' II.lcI'd. toni! img, tohml I r.oill':: I 10 ltt. lilt' :gI> wltholll SII'III' gotitil't ,.. ". ,,, ,,_ ,',,1 JIIIT'1I1I1:1. \\1111'11 IK soI great mOIII'hs .r Ilropp bATe taken have done lllrln" the war -
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('. I "1111'1 011. :\.l h'. ThOI"lIl'. to (.Oil-" .} i' ':" ,'ollh-I, ,":"' I loll It l.illlll,1"1, It Iii 011' 1'0Ill\'II, the falhfllnosl ofdime )' nm-c waging the
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('. Van Hojo'k11111 .0111 wire' III ,11.b says .:
the library with the III'I' offict'r Ir I ("(211 OthI' n\11 fei-llhhm.i.I :'ot 0h1t' UIthI"t' 1 111',' WIS 1 .11". ( h I' I 1'1111'0"I I III Ill'r VOICC.1'hie .'ily UPI'I''I.-' : 1:1""'. 'll,' 1'li,' I 1 I.rot""n 011118. the syi4pathyof 11"frl.11 H\'I.\ "and which have

.. 1111' IlIwy.'r-I1I,1,, ,!III'N' 4OhtIt I" ".( hillY ('lOihigi'iii I frlf'lllll, ; III t II.I KiI \ 11gm'; 1..1 time.hii' 'Ituii. 1",1. :111 aUI::.' if II ,i. pl'ul"'r'' lo ore 01 h\1 I nit y t heworld over tilt rnctt'.l, hit' attent Ion ot the y'orld
Wrny-IiIa
Edrnund '
I 'Oll .;,-' ('.. 11111'/11',1 t tllIIII" ,I :$ 111\,1, >11\,11111. lif.. h'. 11.-itt-I i'hllIlti'Ill. "r 1:1'lla 1.' 11\" I 1",'' "lr..lljC" I 11(' 7..al 8101iitrgy of ChrlsllanA for I lit-i r ilh(' or t t I I.
of frlf'llII" )lIflU"S Af one.
a couple I tl' t.I'phune
Ih.// Thl... "n..III: <1 ,"h i..(,. a iiI I tet'ogiiizi.il ; "' f.u' f.rgi'l] tiilg Ilial. I guI' her toy "-.1' lire" a" If.I"'IJ."I'I-I' % I lie IplttlJ'1' or my tit'uIih'. I \'nt\lre \in-n thit' or first. ,
who had I't'll hrollht hy out. anti
pl'a..p. ) \
rllmorR which were 1111'1111) Widely Iin lil'I"' "" """ "f .'IihlfOi'iIJhllg; I 11\\ 11I1f""'; ihti' dl'l'th..m 1'1111.1 hiir.lughit \lI ..1" 11..1,. 11\ ,' 1..1 ,iivi t : iiti.l 10 .n'r I 1,11", for t.lr 1.1'rllnlI \.'1,. I h,' '11"ltlUI or Iroke..1I1remat'3' on

*1 apread.IMia \' jIll II ; hut' I mmiii 1111' wllr.1 ll-tUF ill .. IIC"I_ 11I111 11"11. tllll111Iwr; illhitsiihtit I. litI'lhiil f.r ull.r i "'al". .\III.t"lt. \ hit h mi) I", siiggehInI 10 some who Ih,' \11'r tuna hey ntatleiiIe

Ih.. 11'111'1,1 I memo In y (eel timg' It re "-")1'I lhlt'_ lI'k h-lie 1\ " ' wllh t'il.t I \I a 1 S Ii" 1,1.111, "r ii r'dh.t have ttm' alill )' and inclination to carry I uC 11'lc.,1
waR ..1111 I1nl'r I'XlIllJlllllllon.Fohc. KO'd wireless By
('1'11"". 111'11 111)1"i')' "0111 1"\1111,1, I 1'nI"I', I it i 'pith SiVI'lIl'C, : 1'1 10 Iii. a ,'u.,11.1: iia: IK '"'1'" out ""nI) hll' II l.hai.t I hums h. 1..ll'lraph)
,11I'lIt. It I
WII" athhl.ipornI WI1" IU"IIK fleet In
sIgn; 111..1 11" I''II' wi... ha ,I .1)14.11 euto 10' "$IInl hI( I LII', gm.I- Slit II I loll you "-,".I' ;''',I by II" i'il'h't ii.t ( lit "" 11 I n 1''lnd! ot frl'II.1 of Africa 'Ii Illn kt'JI
'
with I Ihp I I IIInt Its
I r"III""II1II1"'lIlty' I all" FelpoflRe "I ii. and inlli
;:..11".1' tiki' Ill)' lilt' tl'OIll time itmeregrteh 11'11"1',' I It I I'f'Jii't 1111110.) Ir I li-i' \h"l Ih..)' ..1..11',1h.,1 Il ,1111",1! at $(Itiil' ('eli I rId point. L..t .. 10 the 'l'II'slIolI" I'ul 0111,1 heI nlal ciflt-biisiui' liiitli' oC last All.jl
In"'n""h' ...t:11111.u I 1..1t 310.1IIiIuily ' HilI nl Ihlll lIIt'ilhtt her !hue : i'.i-ip- \ a I men or nil CI 1'1'' rica tat (-rest In I h.sullj"lt .
drawn I from IIl'r. Hilt hlie ad hit I I tedFecing enieitiigiit 111 pl'I".tl1''' < l. I In tiii' \',.
1"\1'1'' 1t1111'(' Ihllll( 10" 11..1 1,1"11l..tlllI"U : 1111' rut1- ..f. U \I "1111111'" di.'ag. 'fill' 1"1] ,"' Ill "Il.1-ty 11111'r,1 ..all" i I III I hI' 11111.,1 10 present papers "hf'h HI"lall "rIII'fl
tho'
the If It mno waK drop hOP rrolll,,1 tle the orl..l"1'1"\'aIlIK.: nhHlaaked I II.. II..' I 10..11"'",. I IJIOIIIChl I \1111 -JIll.. ...!.. ....,,.*."...". ..-,.<' ...1..JoI l. .. ."f., i..iih..... .,,.. n'.. '.'..". u-n... .. 11< 8111111. I" 11.1..111. arll los ..tfihi'i' (lit 1"1'18 r..IIIII'1' 10 time .salvatIon 'ofAl lIt ly't Illllor 10 latln"k I few afpar.

JI..k 11'''" !1I.Jt\. html 1"1111"" ; "' I fl'lt 'rin I, ... ,' rica L. i I natives mli..thIpIsrtei Jal'nn"K"( vt'iisels,
NIt fr"1II II" frol mil .
iie, fl9)lIed firmly ":\0." Hilt more ( ;: dllllllg Elsilmi bile II' I" lUll" 1"(1 kll.WI. i tlt.IIII'nl lather, nialn
'1110" kJr"II ly IIJ" lIEd t lie .1 u.ige. towh bill it'tI. hiiiIi.IiWIihig .\11 011 :1 il, li.-iu. .1., 1,1 I 4.btuihhleIt I "Iollarl's an'l I rim v. era frol dIfferentPuns I". (1111..1 till I. JUIlau
than t1hi.. eld not 1,1' got out ot heron i-s. 11-vt
I Ih'n
; out 'If sight. iiitu
lII I H''lnl.1' I 11111".1 br the hroIIH'I-. rur hit.. of hit' -n.irk 1.11
$ ) ier, hot etititmider III t Flit It. .o".i"'I; 1 'I.lh ""O' 11'lul% lonlll'nl" pr"KpntlIJt'r.
this
; To the pollit.inquiry how I'he 111111 tll" hood. uf 11110,1', 'I 1.,1' .. .'" itihit iiii' willi hate. .l1p ,,"1.1. In JollyI. Ito 1 h.I.1 ,Ill., -I""T"I II alul. I I I.t ( .. r.IIIIID to the dt'ahings o EurIpInes .111'1.' I ly 11'11I8( if \tru-hi-sa i I..s.rapl1 .

I kept. out ot his wllI'lI "e remmcii iiii-tillj.. tlreo-t' "r "iI' tu Ilh On lan! I lie Jal'al(', t. hlle
covered( the meting of getting from the way II VII II'0 fr"lII wlkh, u II "'I1II'rll" I.Q han tigilol :al/ waR Intl'"s.AI < .

bay into the 01'11'1. for It waR hy that to tIm' Illorllr111111. av..hte.lItoking -: 11111.1 10 this. 11,1 1111> pr"r..I.,1 / "lIlh I (."" 1,1 let I definite plan .1..1.-,,1., 1.1'11''lb llhit.i lilt 11)' nl.'nll ,
"
'
wny sbt. had ..onH to agslhtnh'e. lit 111111. II't hI' ho\llol perCi'' I' "For her sake? No"! nJlI. viihi'tit1.tt.kiiig ], 110111 "'"111) \lk ni Lot ii"'ii I III I lie h. mathfur Ih,' l'rol..lon of Afriraris hiui.1 tlti jo\'rnr"lt In

my that I WIIS Ito lomig-r his' rrl..nd. Hilt 1I"ln fJI..1, "r I from I he evils nt iviliziti Ion. Tol.o In ""'.Inll 1'0mlunlIll01 with
be replied tbnt abe "llIld seen It lone lit hoe .1" W'lIt trum the 1:11 I.t
: ( I kl\\\ I... had hIts 'S [lie mtii.Iviis 1 ' I his it ion iii' Ih,' mill .f I in' ariiiit-s 1 each army In
tftofort'"' hilt ..he wOllld not whom ) ( 11110n I'UUW timid 1 jollJt..I. her fft Ibl't-. 11') 11'r".II;': " '' Ilnp \ ''lt 10 t great gov.erln.nlK IUII

I abp ha,1 "t'plI. say n'lllling the "i1o:1I8 of my new I"", -- >h.\. I tjiat //I'.al: hi.'at 111) I II.. ,'hIlnridl.t on II'hal ot Africans. I'umIIIls 1..1 .1111 I Ih(' "la'r.)

; The poll'e officer nsk..1 m. to Jo 1"11. II' ('iSIQII and thus ma de LIlY acting) I C"II.\PTEH XtV.My .II" I""I I""I Two. ,lo.lor' If cli nie (oun..1 let tilOti' be a soclity "I 111 t I" 1"1 till'lrnninnder pr a

wor,,('. . .. of I 'uty of which III '
shall
toudl
oil rorl1l (
Into the adjoining dlnlng.room with enga g-memit with Ellth was t" .01. 1'''11" lie < lnKI.1'1) '181111 wih
blm. "I\"n flip officer hind conpletc't hmlq I'I Ilii broken off that evening. '11.1. siIti.ti, , III a I'ilhii' \htt're I". I b. til 81-u Ihal t I'L\I' liaie Ly Ih'se ,1\'III"n ..'ral<(.rs. 1l (ole.hihluilt' .

.'I I ime "',st Iga\ I tlon. lie I'll: hI 8J1 nou.Ia'l'\ 1'III'rallr.l" :':I .igr..i''. ..tIio-. 1\.t'rnnHIIH for II" pr(It oct ion of hliH ht'(1 118ed. AR t'arb aduntIl ,
'Ma3' aak. aa1t "It hn'l"pany I 1IIIlI not Ih"IIhll'sl of
you : liotte recoverltig -
; 11. dOlII',1, h Is. nOh'honk : / "I,'a k \las 1'0\, ,' ill i I II". ., 111"S'I nalh"1 lie "nl.-I out t Ihal 'omplalnlll '"' (', or a "allIlul.
reason to ""pl'.t that you have tile lost din tnontl and 'lie < .al. \/1 laI lr'lub
\\ iiI .
"I have sIl11ic-II'ut lutormn lion for my 11..1'. 11,1 was u, itIni. Iii thirty, from t he noth.I .hlef reach the ('I'iiim-ctiiiis a-ore made
been robbed( by your 1rl"I1 pr""l'lit purp""('. I IlIny 110t he ti1leto till 11111 I 8. SIr rrIjI ( '11,11'" ('ol"llnl I I I or t Ih. IWlw ; Ihat I.y I el .phone. Thus.
not
t In the diamonhi ? Beeause they hnImtiC. lit'. .UI lI"t I1lIpIIllt 10 eoiic('I Io\'rnm'nl '
,1Is'o".r thic PPTII-trntors, of this outrage ,. native lit be (
111111.1 r,1 t"1 1111111 II fm'nal' WOIII "Ir "II" all.hllpnrlnnl Inrormallon
prot..ss to haTe hpl"lI 111 time woods all Ills I'all..rllctlon wlllJ regard 10 do- I l'erl'ular shal
IInI rol.l.i'ry IlIlml'ilJntl'ly. hut I IIlr ltolt.r. I I". tlmehhitIhhi.II'r, iii.IItiit- 1(1)01 anti ,
1 -
tbe morning. wh.'rl"ns I have gOnhicauge : 111.1. tnly pr..I'I''d. whEn aand..n Iralomll,1 itimiiiu-tiiiit-ly 10 tile 1'0'
think I .lullI be In a IHsItlohi to) 1..11ou h'nnlnl1tullI. I I d.gr.' 1"11 I". I ,' b a ,
11 3t is i oil iii C ) Eliritilcan husband. hilt ,
\ < IIIIII'r. ii I I
to believe that they have b'pII In "A I1IU'11 .holJld never b. dependent ; uut tat fijbllnl was n..t"< .
"onu.thinlt nhollt the lost ..1111111011 husband Iti' made to her
IIIeh support the ,
time town 01 Southampton 01 the frul Inll'r 1,1111 hy Ihe
part
his tt-ife. It onl6
within I I % ('hi tV,four Iwurll." on must n..t'tarlly tP ahource and her .
( time." WORDS OF cllllcr'n.I..t hW'a its The "OIItllcl..r0" able to ";
ot humlllllllon WISDOM.
10 him. IInl10
SIr Ellmun,1 1I'uml'lIJ1I1',1' blm to tile \ such
:; .o\re yon kure of fllllt?" 1T'rs ] ,"c\'ly hl'e a Journal dln.f I I iii' n '- ,h(' guns anti, I to "
donI'. h.i1:1', iirin'tt IIln ii lJlJllllntlon wll hOllt In "I
: ret a nI tIokh'eat I' whose ,
"1 will take my oath that I "nw the lie h'II' oC"'IIJ1lt'<1l1t tile h'nl 01 the 0 loslhig his 1I.\t-r..sp..t.\ That wlI1I."t'r. \ Io'e. I" If.'o 11.I"u.1'1'1I11) 'orn''luJIII'III so that fresh Ihall facts he all o'erArrla. Le dir 1'II)'" \h"11 Ihe (lrol.r I late :

little "avalte In the red pettIcoat III (r..ll"w. ty. may arrl..d The 1..I"Ihon. In Ihia ser-
I lt.iii!: tllhh'I I IkIl': -e 0 rose. a mid ,P ltt'u IIhinisell ;: I hopl' hI' s-our loss n'rllarl.POllr .i''III I directly kno\n. I.t h.. a branch \ li-i' hll" .
time high Street as I started 10 come S S 1111. t a ken tile place I Ihe cohnIcr.
\
I hll If
girl It will be I bis.II
a gTOfltgrief
lit tl1. hils l"t .
bere'" I 0ipIh'hte t'JIII. 1I11lIlIl'tl: / 11.11 I If such society 11 every lrup"an cototty ufud. dia' the work better and
his h..llli II r..t. 10 the hn rOl1et. then 10I 10 hl'r. for. though she hits kmiownyII fllIh11hi5 Is 1J'arl health..A In Afrl..a.I .

I the right n 11,1, to the left. hUt, n little vhmhle. she has found I l.re 'ITllkly. I)' Its ahUlty 10 ('om.mllnlt'of .
i 100111' tongue 'jllkkl ly get I into( a "001' such pllln. or a wiser one. ,'
XIII. Instantly with
CITAPTEft III you a great ,1<'ul to ndimmire 1\:111 1'1\1' many and
"RfJulre antI 1'1I'It.'nl'lI of 41i1s coin.mnittee I I Ilghl I be 10 the friends of AfrIca
L "'i acvl.e )ou. sir." lIald time otflcer :' he saId "1 don't want to speak '0 nd herliftl..llon III 80 h'u/lt'\ous\ that I The 111111' 4 ., I mIght Sll/.st"d It be the basls of a \itIl'ly e'parat, ('< itointS no only arethe I
.to.toke the advice of Sir Edmund's ,1 doubt Ie will salld..s loss 9f all would b. to Dot great arm"a operations directed more I
disrespectful of the police but the In.tehllgent die er.er cease to love i irou. rel'ormation aDd the improvement ot .:
ohicltor. )Ir. Wray" ." lol I sorrow. effectiwcly. but'Olle commander t.
officer who hRS jest left UI. al ; lie sigbed and for some mo- I Africa for the Africana-From "At.

1 agreed and be called In the lawyer If b'd got hold of the tall end or arocket m'nta Nt 111 thoughtful .Ilt.'nee. Theta Chhl a child amid you. dud It hard to ri'a's Appeal to Christendom the enabled to contrul 1 a larger force than I

4.. I told him without, reserve an that and meant foll'rln' It right Up be saldl "We mUlt... not break he thaw out the man. I C ntury. 11 was II0881ble under the old- I".tem.

lIad happened showing him the leather and boldln' tight on till It blJat..ln.t heart, my, dear fe-lIow-we must leave "The best ,vliy- of effacing 1 failure I I I I "Take the lut great hattie a an ,

ease I hal taken from the hole whereBra..e ht> l I. 10 oblnl example. Could.
'. ; ;; goln' to do any good for hisseir or some hope. As It III necessary that I a success. I Dogs of War. I FI1 Marshal Oyainatlau -

r g had placed It. any one pl"l" In this bll..llI..ss. Tbe bill for MlllP lime you .houlI b. separated\ "'Oi ..nllot "h..w greater of '(' .llr"ctt'd Ibe olerllons at 400..

"A couple of cunning .co.mdrt.'ls!" dlnmolld'8 lost end he nln.t golll' to It 18 right; that you sllOlII holh be tact titan Ill I : TO ('(IhIbIhi'WI1,1 n Two hundred dogs, chiefly! sheep (tUtt 11n. Jld have I 11"' his atrokosCl

lie exclaimed; "th..11' pretended SUII.pl'IOD find It In free 1rollJ other nlt'III"J lOgs art' at IH.nt attached the 0 ('xiitfly had < .
twentfour hourll. nor III ell/aJ'I'IJI"lIls.; I the by maklllg light "f hlK he I..tn furct'd. 10 ,to1101)1

ot each other was. of (course t\\'t'l1ty.tollr y..nl"8. Ef It was a hasStak sane( time there way IJe a tacit underStil 1'1'01. Irl.r"Iakt. I G'rman forces "p'ratnl In 11.rn'roLanc Ip''n or"'H. carried hy horse,
I !iitik
Intended to blllld you to their corn.DiIcIt7. I .Ion't .say but wllflt. with the lid III&&;. any 01( h. Ia' lo'enelt'vr Ind'r (, VOI Trot b& (inc Inw i-tuii1, h. hit Ye ('.nlrnl",1 R light-

while each by imphlcaUng theoth..r. help of Pro'ldI'IH'p-nnl "Should< ammeet'ed in or higrIsmille 1111,1 I"I ill IhllkrOi ., of thorn Flock has ht''n Rent home lug line .
II good lot of you making: (i po. B hllldn'd Vith.tIit
IH" 1"1 : Cl'n.tur to Rh-I 11"11 1011'
'- ". diverted suspicion from him..elf It-he IIIlght ht.11\ to the job lies otiUertr.ok. 'llIolI for' yourself In R rensontihieeiliee t ,'. S"-\I.I(111 Inlalcl',1 I.al wound'd( hI' telephone I operations would
,
I / Hilt It nln't II IInystn..k. ElllcC ..f time. and then are I'olb' '81111llIrll by a bul..t In the engagement of Op- hav. Iwen carried on a of
"I wal nf'\"er III my life so t'om- he to t ) I ('r..nJ3' sit UpOI HI" lrn\ of I aJuo while scouting In front the Iy nlmb'r
wall g-nltmd UI'' the wholp of ) ) ( Ispt.sed l..wlIrd each otber.Ib. 11111 o "nl'ral". "adl acting 10 B
t 4 pletely deceived:' I "nld. "flrac.. thlll (country cud every blessed thing .. 11J."nJ.l'm'nt: IIhllll 1Jt. rl'n..wl"l. \ his f1'0\\1 Ihl Jll..rlll)'. Ip'n *4kirrnisIJmg) line. lie displayed the t'.rIRlt 1Inn. d'jndlng 111'011111 largely ,
hit
seemed to me the embodiment of rollhhone.ty. \I''H' (' tilimi' IIa'( lalll: ) I". greatest fearlessness and
I upon It 1<1111111. blid.lled< It In a ,''''nlltllIlIl. "There 18 110 hlI''eKSity for pl\l 1111 ring II'arl !) 1",1 unc..r tn'. UI"'n his own for 10

h I hiked the man. and 1t.... ... and sIfted the hlllin's "lIr..ful. hi' o large fortune. but It 1M essential: 1 g"lIt-Hall'l ) 1.11111..ul.. worked faultlessly untIl dIsabled. 101,1 wh'l 10 JI.ljll'll')0 II Tlntl (will iii. fight

; a painful shock to me irhen I found I wouldn't fin,1, Thllho I ha\'e I oC The Japanese are using a number of
him ,: It. End 11It.1I1' 1.'ln' myviews. think and nil you happily think a18o. tl'i 11 1 I in lIPi.ntcs \'ul,1, ho u hl'n ( "n '
'lIrl..1
unfaithful and a tblet.." It stands 10 tbatOU I the It. But IIIIhl"kl,1o I dogs for ; they al hrl'Iy.
reason that I nlll'lItol should< be able to provIde Ihlll IIIIH 1l1)IIt J''onnolrlng PIT''SPI none cafl d.timlI the h'I"ph..neHrlllal',1
"lIe hit
I. worse than that Mr. Tborne; ,,' to hang about here .ltb : In theIr are ala'hed 10 long ropes and
tnnkln' at time 'ours..lf the necessities! ot life.I 110lt Hnl .101." lilly w.1 ( the actions of dlvi&ii(1E .
be I. a murderer at heart: for there I place win-re I',... come 10 Jl"lpf. like aim promise that Edith shall bring with Ii ii I'Ill it e.s' ."ihle'i. h"/use I lie I 111 rt traln..d. The nueslanll are employing: an,1, roll t h., p/I'h 10 ',:
be 1"1.,1
caD DO doubt It was he who at old female whn t'll shipped off IILe IIhl. her the llIEUrl..II: : 11,1, .mh,1 I IIrp (w'ull..' \l.I ('/rhn'st dogs for sentry and messenger work. VRHI machln('. arml"1 one
NOlhlll/
;
I tempted your life; It was a sheer 1m.poaaIblllty walk bit I (apt. Peraidsky of the late Count : WitS left 10 !
on a of orange peel. With He then oft..red to use his lofiut.'n..e 1ulolt Ihlt 10udlI n t tl11olnlK dlanep ; es-cry

*.c ,\ have for the other man to do It.Ve your permission utre I'm goin'. away In procuring ine n secr..lar'shlp; but I lie lwJltlll1 a nit' sllblle real!. Keller's staff. writIng from Odessa tifl-tI and the Ilroke('oflmahiilpr.in-ehief wall .orr..Mly ,'
heard the '
story of the rob right .tr." ns I bad never been al'1I810mC'd to ties of the unhversc.-Thiaeloray. says: "In finding the wound..d( men "
; bel7 from Sir F..dmund. The Intt.'lIItene8 with whIch the mIllet fields \n. III Olle InCorO'I of its r..sult. (
', ( that planned the .Uack "I cannot stop you I3race. even If I COdefltal7 occupatIon. amid such an apimointmnent I has art' strewn. EI'n the tiring ('UIIIIS Were followed "
wall wished to." replied Sir could never sattaty .. nothing ale..eded like our seven
who.
Edmund. my hy
doubtleSs Van If oeck's." "roa Venl. ll. enginee'ring corps and the

"lIe looks like a man of .ubtle' In. be It obst.'rT..I_. _ko._n..".,. ....nthln.,....... *_.f_ tho.... more Illnultlou hopes he generously George Ado recently)' heard that tin I dogs: their bred intelligence. especially the suit uf \'ry skIrmish and the taking ra ;
suspIcion against the Judg. "I timInclIned Placed his purse at my litpQSiil to use old English ones. Is extraordinary" i'of
lady from the "
i; teHet. I do Dot ace what other part 1HljChhorlof.1 (If\II I have been askl' ,, \'ry vil/gc wl'r' known withIn "
17 he to tlll"k tht you will be happier UII I aught find oI'asloll. 11 v herpe llorhi, 'verllilmes to supply a Ilmt'.
could
have plaYt.,1, In this atralr" Ill/ll \111 \IS II I sh"r ot headqumartt'rs.'iteeiihc's ;
the "
$. "S1r Edmund In seeking R J1I'W fortune than inlingering 1 have pnrposely abstained from I town n fo a:1'11 dogs 10 Ilssian army awl on- ( '
told me sir. 01 'IKI 1.1-,111 Ihl or..Ir.
1111112 making each
ooout with dw'l1Ing love I Iy quite recently was commissioned tolilirchase of the (hichsilnI4 )'
t the the faInt hope ofr..o'l"t.'rlng thIOfl my atralrs. for If : Ade Ihou"ht that I lien Ire I
: om.cer. "lbat
on atilt'
return 10 .
your
4 from the old. If the die mood I eult.'roo into theta at all. my feelings lik..lswoul,1 sheep dogs In the highlands act with the ollIra of.C.nlll'I
k the herr winK you heard snoring In Is le I f\ll nl..1I1101.* tutu omi for the )'. tihi' (' enahl.,1,
German hem
found would lead ambulance (
to 1'\'IIIIon
Brae.e'. room'" you will hear of It wherever me dilate UIJII the df'- I < on"llllj{ her nil to her dll,'"' of 118 3'M dog training I I n.t

'IcertInlydtd." ---- you may be. Are you going to look for llgltta of my brief wooing to te ex- I "lie ..x..lllu'(1 i. I thin t Ihl' 1111 ( t tht. e8tlbllhm..nl. l'rhiaps instead I. tilgOt her for ttcte'nce. AH soon

another diamond?" elusion ot the graver matters whichforiuu ofeiiite" over thIrty'I'I of breeding antI exporting dogs for forolga aR any point was thr'al.n"I. this was .
'That :1'r.lnlll
could 3-ours
very w..11 have been Van known at
I !IOo. squire; I'm goln' to find that the subject of 111111 bonk. For ago. nll lint '" hind a .. armIes we may some day find helitiquarlers. anti moving .
floeck who
t I e slipped bad oft taken Into Brace'll phacwhile please God" Irnce replied; then, after this reason 1 shah pass over the bitter I sire 10 tel thiess 11"11)It 1/:1111. II'.trll'atcttrii-1., our dogs of s..rvlc t their own coon- U h'rR could l h. issued t. I lie must .;

'. another proof that the two your room- a mom..nt's pause. he said. "Tbt.'r.'s n grief ot our parUnK. I will only any bigly looked 10 It that her wish was try-ajrJ E Ilautonvllie Richardson. the aVllllhl. r''rvfS for IIPI"'rl Truly. -

F tOJrethu'" were acting matter of business to finlllh up before I that Edltl.1'a last words awakened gI'll 116pI. In the Nineteenth C..nlury. 1 telephone has I.ome one of the

"Precisely" said !\fr. 1:0. sir; all tile money I have lu my courage In my sinking hl'ort. (11 the nl'xt (day he n"k.,1 her I m."t important factors In modern I'

tII Wrny: and pocket belnngs to you." I t.'oul< form no satisfactory theory how Ithe, found that Ihl' Joy for "ppl. Growers. warfare. and It li one tn..IQri not .
with '
n. .tn air .of bIlALp"R !Well. Iprrorlnnce I tltc ,
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t" "It's a loan.keep; it. Drace-kf'l'p It with regard to thOtelt lI'aper rob. coiilhiar'd' with the, only factor-which has acted 10
ot There la joy In the j
DoW. what la to be ? that ollt omcell of the
la 1011
done t10ft
'/ 1: lIrat que8Uon The evidence I. In. untIl YOU are In a position to pay ml'; liery but I uu-ns: disposed 10 regard Van "'\.11." she replied. "V .111 seems 11. to I horticultural commission In this city r.ll'e the danger to the Individual.The .

and I hope. for your sake, that time Hoeck aa the least culpable agent coma.crned hn1' slrneed Japanese are Iirve enough. uut.
I n right for the that I
I .uf8elent to hut reason a ,
great
charge either of the 11J ""lrl I'l. .
men not be far prohl.m
t ; ; mommy hence. In It. Ihnt Rh3'lo'k he Inl..1 we exc'it their action In bat-
even with being sa inc ('n II. of transcending importance to .t
. eonCf'raed In the rob- I ap"l
:: beor7. The heather case provea nothing. "Vou're grit sQuire. real grlt-I won'trefuse It: was impossible to tell bow the Ilg critter that lIe u8a. 10 ht.-lar.11"1> I grower throughout the United 8tal..a.and I tIe. II..y make no sacrifice that I. not .,

'.' your klndnesll. I IIban need n robbery atr&ele.1 tbls mysterious man. pereVcekiy.. '- 1H."ary. hind. being they
-. They might declare they found It bit to start 'With. But I'll ask you sir. As I hAve said. ,luring the investig-a. part..ularly In CallfornlR_ n, .hn.. have Used the telephone pra..llal.. not only for
mpty. and have concealed It through to bold l."n solved. Recently a moth
this till r- claim It. thou he sat perfectly motIonless I I'odln such purposes lIa require
S and great siteed' .
tear of aceuatlon or they lubtran".n iSihiflCj parasite emerged from the
might lie went I. Ir.laad.I
I round to Pit Edmtln< p..rteNly silent His (ace wore the darkn"sl hut al times when the rlllk he
to I
I .u three swear y.ur statement to bet '. "W1oat III it. Brace?" .ked the baronet inscrutable expression 01 a death An interesting Dad of slbl"rrall In which I wall hatched In A glaaa jar messenger I. the chIef

false and absolutely accuse you of bet taking the paper B ac@ drew from mll8k. I dwellings of primItive man his been In thtt Ferry betiding. and ao the Tact Tll're no longer conlliderat.

!lag yourself the thl'f. And until we his pocket Be found It was theJudge's Sir Edmund bad no sympathy with made In County Antrint thus In All was finally anI conclusively demonstrated .xpo..lng. I courier to any the necessity fire of the for'
: CaD! lub.t.DUato the probability that the
charge b7 abo- ot the psrasit'rJU "
copy agreement. "Ob. I do him after learning from me the establishIng pr"Illent ,ullply enemy
lute prool. we must be careful to con. net need thIs my good fellow" he protested U"lIlara relating to the adventures par-of one time 11 that part or Ireland or Incl.fnltely In CalIfornia. even ulderau..h ;j:

_ Cf'al our susptclons from tbem. It they "I hare II race advene cireimmatances a. the
_ : your IOU. and that isas the morning. whlb occupied a great part of en- I Omissions of
.- ;bInkthey are likely to be brought to good now a. ever It W8." When w. entered the library the European Continent before the vlronm.nt 01 a glass jar In a Closed Hlatory.
from '
iJu.Uee. they will qult.
- : b7 the 4rat steamer that leaves South- security. squire. I'll ask: you to keep It had taken: place we found Van Iloeck held by many authorities that I the I. easier than It baa ben In the hor.tculural who had been admitted te the presence

1 .mpton-.nd we cannot stop them. /' for my OWII. It's a kInder 'e'tlrClal sitting where we bad left blm. Lappa are the hiving r..pre..utatve. commla810n'r'. domain.- of King Croesue. "may I ask you how

*: Tile thing t1J must be done at once Is I' and If anyone "es got IInythln' 10 say "I have ordered the carriage to be ottbe early race to under- San l"anclaco Call. March 1 loll accumulated. your lIrat thousand

to search f.r the lliamond. That I. aK"n me when I'm not .@r. to defend at the door In half an hour JUl' Van Mound dwelngll are ('rlbed. I dollar

your affair." he 'ald addressing the myself I'll ask ;rop to let that 'Ip. Ifoeck" said the baronet "Be all extremely likely that I a A.GoIn' or A-Comln'. The plutocratic monarch eyed him

- : omeeri "uodoubtf'dly they haY placed GOOd-by. aqulre" < enough ,10 make your COOll large proportion of the fairy lore 01 Few people have such a pecur'ar' sharply.

L *It somewhere in SoutUmptoo. In readi.IVr He lI..Ic out his .t hand and 8alll. .a $'i. for departure by that Ume.arrangements" the later races I. derived from the name a. Miss Nella L AHon. a popular "Vou will find all the information

I sea. tG take It flight eeomea necca&t Edward shook It cordially "Thank YOI! To be Cont1nued. actual existence of these "jittle Pt'Ople" school teacher oC Sa. Whether spelled -I YOU want abut me," he replied. "In

_. WI" I sir thank you! You are gritr'I In holes In the earth In the out-f.te. forward or baaarl the name the 1 O'cen t .18azlne...
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4 l'U lave aU the keni searched 11. \e .trodl!' down the room, bruahin Air famine I. the way places to which they retired spells just the ; It 18 a very Turing back '
common
t r. morning? past Vat IZoeck who sat 1Jo..blrI. pneamoniL cause -ot for safety.-London County GeaUe rare happening that such a comblna. that th bll upon him to aig'nlty

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A OtJl.'S V'ICTORY'I at Je..ctb, and the result of the (1I1 j

-''. tnnl hI to parley with the foe; 810n was that It was agreed, that )1I"1 Wives! Good' Investments WHY ALMOST EVERY.

jSach, morrow brougbt the .badowy Prime should furnish UIeCunds'neceSt:: BODY EATS EGGS:. j

It'jllona back .ar1 for bUlking a model'and procuring '
E"If.I. petting aun beheld hi. force laid low t, [ N Gor
a patent and that
he and
Deltor ,
--
tome do\V"b .. -
heir;
altd"" Easily
eon tderate ? ry;
should dirlde the the 'They clr"t. taa
Around the cllad"! from day to day profits of 1nventlon Where Women Y
kre Cons idered the
Thoael ", ttchful trool" ill deadly; amlluall ? Furnish'! Almost Fetf.ot Substi.tuts .

yTFJI George Deltor sat tip In the bed end Property of Their'' ''Master '"tail0 \ 00 DQ22ir; 9Ilt ,I for a Meat Die! '

made
tile
for his
drawings
machinery
I
from a life of smooth, ingiorloua

le 1I11nl1'd into the world of men ease and 111'lit .' I'rlme: caused the ]parts to be mage m e8 ee ae0e eemem e S lea curious tact that 'n bor' halt ahuost everybody eaU eggs. There

things! different shops. and,Lo and Deltor, gro"'.' oue-hnlt I. perhaps article De diet thttt !
slower tl1anl.a
AIM 1\1 the "nel on the open sea.Lc.pl .. when the latter girl's" .11 I
,' tc Ule tale: that round her eelhea was luftldenUy recovered ...,. HERE are countries, and Its finding other sultprL The Samoans In bors' tire average rate of growth 1. store commonly en\en ire an countries' ,,

and linll'. hut the to be able to get up end work, Je ospeelall1' In the Orient, are loud of music, 'and, besides waat. three feet three hlClJeli: In SIE years, Ibm eggs. 'Ibns' eggs are used more

Forth fared on each fresh' glad. enterp ice. he noon completed Itlpl1el together being, Thus It wee o T 0 where women tire thought lug good! l looking women.. they expect being an average or 018 Inch a day, that any other "Inti a ouCh some
eh
iple.In con,
And toiled and and sowed and struetlou good InY"ltments. With tbgm to sing and play p'e'cot': duck.eggs, go&fe eggs band

reaped and t Served tile Patent, pad Office the In farmer lent It with t. "NOM""" primitive t people they are llJch' III these men demand goad The horse IUIii; or the 'world 1s Ile cgs of the guinea fowl. Turkey "

-Rllhlngton, considered the- absolute property of lookll la about eighty million animals In Eu- c:gs'are trot '1 often eaten; they ire
tl'om their women It tar more
Kith unveiled h6a"w 1111 applleatton\ ;
eyes Ood' for a Ilat"lIt.Th..n
A fr'p.h-- earth the their mllltel'll. Slu III a household fur.III..hlnga Important that they shall work. That rope there are forty million, In North generally kept for hltcblna a '

Love without Iud and beauty without regained\ hla J'onllIl"lltlelDnn.; who had thllll ot beauty to delight women shall work I. not merely au and South America twentr-fl'ro mIllion, Ergs consist of protein and fat,
,tam.Anil strength and was IIIII'ethnt hIm her In Asia eleven In AUlllrlllaal/ water mIneraI n1attor. It Is the
; ,nllll wits are meant to please Ideal ot this century, for In savagery million / ant
to! I IIIe pnnnioms Ihot IIured: the flesh. his 11I'l.'lItlon'Dul.1 return him a peotela''or nitt'ogeuoua matter that
two
111m 111\>111.'. In mine countrIes men feel million and Sn Africa 1.2:10,000.:
I"",I' .i111: ill the.,darkness, crushed and lIal111110ll1e l proft, determined to go to men feel that they; shall hUnt and rest j .. builds t the tissues of''
s5''iii' 1"1. horde nn Like !'luU'u"h' boats, upon the lied Sea some 1I10ney. liehad have her tOC'wbrk for them, and to Lazlnelll! gets a woman In trouble The: remains ot come'' sand that balS lie tbe tat' supplies energy.Tha.white ,

chore. ; t then 110 objection to becoming a. keep their places cll.'nll. In fact, when been carted from Lrtle Creek 1ntoiSanBernardino or an egg III ten said to
than other .
shortcoming.This
Anti bur 0\\ saw: his Inr hm'row..r,1I1! he knew that he would be poorer ally 'I.p
ii uaa evcrmorr1Y. Cn! for blJlldln pure nlbumpn, but It also contains
they Art naked why they are nllllollSto : ? purposes
11 :;, ....10.ry able to the debt ills brilliAnt III especially true of the Fijian
pay
: phoephorle
and sodium chloride
; .; obtain wives their one reply SII that 'women who .are virtually their hu.: yielded $15 worth of gold to n prospector RJ v
prospects also Induqlfl him, before whose bad or common The yolk contains the
they IUny. get water, wood and food, banlls'lIlaves. bavenot tile experienced eye Ili.
-- J 'n11I1, the tnt'lII, to tell lUll love to and .. evlinteyer They right noted the metal' glitter as he waapaaslna fatty part of the egg, phosphorus, cal
V 'Mnrlhn Prime.lie curry they 08IIesl.1 to say whom "hey would merry, not'att..r '
Blum, : and Iron,
There It. Ilotaulul tl''
are many ('eremonlelJIat\ prove they married to what 1IICIUD
did en' and was surprised to lee are say Egg, and this t
OUT thlll notJonsuch= nil the bride preparing they will and what they will not do 1118 cOltnln ilIIbur,
OF tint t "he1''I'd
N
BUSINESS announcement
have probably : for the dark Rain
n meal for her hllsbnnd. The fattier settles the first They a. queer way ot Iioldlllll OI."OIIS
question
I wltb n confllllioll lint was unusual toher. Strangely enough Della Aus.1rinn. the auctions In Japan The auctioneer pets left r' egg on ,shiver. Pf ,
says husband the second. The suitor
!She blushed. hung her head, andcseu In the Chicago/; TrIbune, these shows be tolerates his brldo by gIving up the object to lie said and asks for 'Eggs are very easily digested. Raw

burst Into tears. will bids. Each bidder then writes his eggs are snore quickly; digested/ than
men protect their women otttlmellUII
s SEMPER EADfJ.JltOft1'I : He Inaiated knowing what leas her a small gift Not to be tot bard
upon highest prIce bit of and cooked Sort-treled'pgga; routed'
on
carefully as wil lI) more civilized men, a paper 4gs.
on her he allows her a holiday for
the
LA matter, and was 110 urgent that and people wrongly Inter that pft'ec- deposits It In a box. The box III opened eggs and IoadLed eggs are more reallydigested
tour days, and then lJe sets her to
she
1111/111) told 111m.
y Von Is. the entice. of It. But the student and the object handed over'to the one (ban filed or l ra-bole &
work catching 611b. Ue keeps her
.; EOtC! 1 tlJ hot wish to deity that I love stomach will
;': DILF01t s'rfa AG" or social conditions knows better who has offered the most. The digest I raw era
busy aj thlll occupation until their
yoi, she 5111(1 "an.1 Hot, would be
"doli or nil tmpnterlatied from Due, and a to two( hours.
These men will guard their wives when 10it sort
hut III t'uIII, and then she gets to work.
It I 'uul.1 believe
proud
o branch. "r 1111 IIrl"tc'C'rntic myself worthy they have 110 feeling for them They Another recent and novel use to bolll.'l and roasted eggs require
I1er blllty In housekeeping Is tested
J' fnnilly. nod was 1I'ltlu'r, loo'o ot your love, hut I oat not. consider them all they would all which paper Is being/ put Is In themanufacturing two and a bait to three hours, while
property by cooking the fish she has caught Sn
.\nd shy not? he a ltpd.
proud'nr to.'lIk to work ot bnrrels. The grape hard-boiled or tried must be al.
would barter
they or plunder. The :
the stream and St her lord Is displeased
far his 11\11/0;, /:. lie woe n "n'IIII or my tllll1'r.'hll women do most ot their work, ; they her growers ot Greece being badly olr for( 10WNI from tbre, and a half to tout t
with efforts be teaches her how to
'\ t 11 till matter with
h..nkk'.lwr' : your wood which bourn for
with
III II wh..ul:
III St, 1"lIla. nod received n good father, l"It and weave the family clotbee care for casks for the juice, and the cost of its Eggs furnish. ool, substitute formeat

I'lIhll')'. but, 111"11 \11'' tn 11. It lttongh) Jill Is A 811nlll"flll .ol1t.lou. to make; the children and help In tha !!eh! !. The women ot the Tonga Friendly Imp; rt beJlg excessive: lately resolved and we believe I would be far

hnldIM, WI'11'1), trirln'nuehnble.\ lout ire. line done )'011 R great wrong. In return for thIs labor l they and the islands resemble the Fijians In appearance ; to employ paper In the manufacture better for the average person If eggs

)I1 I,. hllli expenslvr. tll"'II.'hl.11\ hail You trll.h..l him to 141111 (he application' children are usually not to and although they do most of ot their barrels whIch will, It II said \I."re more tregnenthy u.t In place oflent.

barn,. burn "Ith' 1,111I. Imo) h.. did trot fur n patent t to 11"ulllllnlton, and he eat with the fntber When permItted be returns the hard work their burdens and their be loon In universal use throughout .- ledlC1 'Calk

u "I'ry about his future. MII'Io.lnK that haw seat It In hIli own name, leaving from the hunt ue gives tile tame to hIs tasks are IIgbter. They make great : the country. .

n JI\IIIJC uvould ) OU out entirely." effort to please their husbands, who ws:
011I. tn hlill shlle bl' WOlcs
wife, qnd when she has cooked It he
tills willing nllll able Here was alloth..r calamity, but 1>1.1- are known for their beauty. TheIr One ot the curious natural phenom
: to work for 1t0IIII eats his fill anti them what Is
gives a'
Th mere law !In land the
for .did 1 them the of leW
fln5aeasing' un IIhwllt, suhliute ron not seem to he nIT..ct..d by It. I..rt. lie 18, therefore usually not bur.dPlIt'd physique gives appearance one ot Ireland a. bog-Illde, occurred
the laws.
110111.,1' III hits :1\)11I1)\ to make bill nay "Ii n't let that worry you, my dear," with the cnreor his belonging to n superior race, and their In the County ROllcommon on Decem-

lu the wOI'hl. hc mld. "1 hare no (doubt (hint we will tamlly. Besides for her feeding and clear, light brown colored skin, curly I, bet 7. Heavy rains which the existing Liking; Is the effect and not the cause

str,1lgtiten. ItII'. It shall lie made beauty hair and expression: of good humor ot 10\'lng. '-
Ills IIn,,' "r trial! rnm. The eatni. economic value wife Is system of drainage wall unable to
a prized a.ubject.
11 11:1I"t: III whlc'h I" was '11I1110) ...1 right: and I.oho.ly. wllJ--be..tbe wl"'r" . Rhe gives her high handed as 'mark them as nd..ome. These men carry; off tilled the spongy mOJIII with Nothing ..nter the mild without lea"

Lr'1i-I, and It beenuu. n."rv tn This Inr"rmntlun strengthened Deltot 101"(11 chance to how Ills I are so welt-lIatlstlt"d that they do' not water until It Will 80 swollen that It log its mark
In "I, .h'h"rrnlnntloll to to St. fouls / authorltya bother much with their women antS ..li
Earl' .oIheroecupnIloti., .\. h. 1111.1 sii veil 10 privilege primitive men enjoy with began to spread and slide down aelope. Sometimes one sandwich worth )
and 11"1"0' and be did when their wives fall their expeeta- I
1111'' 111111' come 11I011". so.He n A invaded
n moue) Ill' sea oblgl'cl! to all others, Their husbands reel that vlllnge was by it many a Y
hunk about at once.Ile was gOlol two weeks. 'ben he tJon they are treated with Ind.ltrerl"nce. people were drIven from their homes, aermo\
If they con't rule nation tribeth..r. down } ,
a or br
n man wall ever pulled ;
returned to the turn be found MI" Women throughout Indlll are treated 10
then .lIa.'O.rect and a IIIrge ot agricultural land
area
that It was net socnsv III comfort In wlte.Th..y \ another ,
ruling a hitting
I'rlune t between and with little regard and those ot the up
alternating' ,
to obtain. employment nil he hail rage wlll dl'tlltealld and a highway were burled under the
.lpprl."lon. The model had been sentback their women lower clllltell must work bard. This Sacapf'CllIlly A good many sine walk under the
It flowing .
aupposed' to h. The I11nrk.t wasIrrstorked must will rule peat y
obey they and theirwomen "
froUi Wnsldngton. by the ag'ntllto : true ot the ICollI. They are name ot "Clrcumetences.
( ;; \\ It II -
"ookk.pl.r. and roust.
make
hundreds. were' nnxloue: to 81'111"1 even whom H bad been lnstrusted with the laws. and 'Iehl.theIr They will must\ sub- good looking when young but their The London Lancet finds that the 4 man attracts by what I. In him

the statement.! \ that tb..rewas. something women husbands expect: so much work ot them than what he
chestnut III the more on.
lit mOlt
atnn'nth 1I snlnrh's, \the few po5111ons mit to th"lII. Let the women violate digestible nut, .
Ill,, the matter with the machinery, I that they often wear out a dozen wives. and not take the ot .
t IIPI'IIIII "o..nnt. 1\IIIuy of them them and they will he met with die- can only; place tbe To help the young soul, add energy .

wire III"U of rllllllllp8. nod D"ltc haduiily and It would not WOI"". pleasure usually In the shape ot t< They lire worn and haggard long be- potato al 1n France where chestnuts, Inspire hope, and bloW the coal Into a s'

1 himself to care for.Filll.ul Here one still another calamity, and sound flog ng. Their part Is to look fore they reach mIddle sge. boiled and mashed like potatoes make useful ftawo.-Ualph Waldo .

yet the inventor was all cheerful as Our Indians along with other btl+ a delicious dish but Sn '
{ hie search apparently tnllt.I after the household to Ie-Heve! their reality; they "The flattery ot (lne'. friends I. required -' ;
I, III that ; pin barous tribes, consider their wives a. are a more perfect form ot tood. According
s direetlon hI' offered Ii lrnselff"r Ing.. husbands< or all rMlponlllblllty, and, beat as a dram to keep up one' spin

1111" "lIgbt and l\.nt..I. avocation< ot all, to be their slaTes. good InveltmeJIts. While they amnsQthemselvep to the I. ncet's anlllyslll of its injustice ot Dne' enemies. -
which be made It and fitted'it Into Ha with hunting and, pelna"' : the and the the latter IKn1nst tie
I potato< chestnut
:It would give 1.1111. support: but In An Arab sheik spoke\: wisely when he ; ..
that' 1I"I..nnll.. line hI' found( Ii Irnselfeoofrorilyd place. might have produced the Impr'essiou they do not think It III too mueh1f'thptr ('Ontalns1ea1l water, more proteldrtnore
said to Englishman "How
nn /; : can For would be fairer,
.
by ItllI greater hordes ofappllenula tint Its previous omisslon had squaws weave the blankets make the tat and starch, but less mineral mfttter wloe\'er ium
I ft man he'Ont..nt"d with ogv4ife? inatlon must begin the .
: not been entirely cclllelltal. pottery and are for the children. The than the potato rind Is more digestible II luL
It III absurd and
rldlculou.
What I.
face catches the glow only from that
The Improved model. was sent back i feel that their wives are than the LIke
., When.. his small stock or money wasexpanded he to elD when she becomes old? When Clnl\'llietle commodttiee IlItt..r. the potato also, side.-William C.

liefiercelyed that h. IIIUllt absolutely to Washington. with a proper application. : she 111 young It lovely, ho might be or use as long as they are good its nutritive and digestive qualities are Gannett
It was thew declared tD be all "Be not o-eranlIOuI.to: convert thy
work. But
find looking and capable ot bard greatest when biked
some sort of work to do satisfied with her but 01'
roasted
even the'young
that the called and friend from which than
description for
85 Le would nelllier borrow, I It woman 18 sick and can DO longer tha demHt
moneynor must old and the beautiful must,
grow
.soon n patent was Issued to De-Itor minlater to her husbsnd' comforts the error ot thought to that which
run In debt for his dally bl"l."d.M'Vl1nt tnd. The man del'ft not fade like the Low.r. ,
A "
anti Prime. The young gentleman gave and he forsakes her. may be the error ot thine own.
pleasures .
a blessing It Ie, lie IIlllll to womllll, therefore ho remaIns young The late Archbishop Temple, who II
the fllrrUl'1 no cause to suspect that his An eminent authority says: "Tbls These, then, are the
11111111"lt "lIl8t wh..nt
the harvest III for many 'ears. Nature has arranged popularly believed to have been uneulTocably thrr"eenC
duplicity bad been discovered and thus heartless desertion of a sick wIfe I. and self forgetfulness and active u'
about to b'glul harvest hlllldll are that men shall have young wives to brusque and cutting of ob-
he gained the gratitude of Martha, 111 the worst trait In the character "WIth twalll he
'lIl1tl'Cl anti, well Kanl7al1 had of humor enCe. f,
are paid I will go replace the! old, and does ,not the tongue, a sense which
addition to her love. and the OI and unconcerned man I face and with twain he covered his
and help harvest the 'he"t, aad. wlilj Prophet allow It?" enable hIm to be suave upon occasion. 0 ,

\j eArn acme mon..,.:' It was soon apparent thltt,the tJlTen- lie continuos to say that there Is a Der tn which they aU sugmit to itsshows he was head or Rugby school a feet.and with twahis'he 414. a,... It

. Ion would be .ucceasful. The thresher that It Is ac common as It ts Is because of irreverence and aelfn.celt .
,The. Lard labor of bRUUtlng ld not marked ndf'a stage' In haTing many woman of high position, with a ba..d.

frhlltpn, him In the I..nlll. lIe was manufacturers, to whom It was shown wives.fdW'one carries the wOOd,. an- cruel." Macdonald says that the Da- ,some eon of whom she was bordl. and idleness that our. urea are'

young.healthy and, muscular, III' had adopted It eagerly, and n large anus other the water, a third grinds the corn tiveg.ot. Central Africa make DO secret nately fond, went to .otor Temple"ln weak.-Robertios. ,
offered for the but '
was patent rights,
regularly; exeieIseil, III the, /ymlladulII. and the youngest. 11111 favorite, does that'th..y consider themselves masters great Indignation. Her s n's housemaster The more we pray for our felowme. ;
the partners refused, to sell It When
and 1\'ns quitI' 1I.oIllIIIIKh.1 and theIr wives slaves A man often she sold had descrIbed bin the more inevitably
IIn atlilete.Ili not do ranch, lie does not forget to I ve yearn help t
the "c..s ot the enterprise wall cctnbllslied -
'xd.nll/I, n few or hla. flue clothes add that "It they neglect their tasks says the more wives he hall the rIcher I letter to her n. an Impostor. them; and this yearning quickens
Martha Prime hecame theprnrulsed
inr, : n (coarse suit. sold a rllllof 10 procurepassage they get II taste or this" shaking a be I. They do his plowing milking "My boy never deserved such nn energies and enlarges our capacities t't
bride of (1'orD'ltor.
: 11101\(')'. pocked a sntelicl. nllll I bong and tol..rnblII'k sUc. and cooklnJ Best ot all he S. their epithet!" 'she said with deep feeling."My for helpfulness, In aa and to an

went over Into 11111101.. rl"l"p..UnJC his The proprietor into which It one the ot young the gentle-manutirctorlce :Most or these men are "zltlcal; about master, and they must ebe)'. What dear madam," saId Doctor 7el- extent that we cannot fail to reg

Inl1tlllllly to take care or his bnggnge;/ their wOIIIl.'n'. looks. They expect: delight In having 110 many wives and pie, "I feel sure that what the housemaster I;? ns port ot the answer to
1111111 was fntrotuctng hi" Invention was out
II" .he wnll Jl'ollll Into the country to his his them to be good looklnt.! Women ot allowing/; them pleasure and displeasure meant was tint your son could il''er.-R. Illingworth. k,
with
wo pll'l8' manner energy .
Spend I IIi p. euusnii.Ihe '. Morocco are always married for their In turn! not possibly be the angel he look l.-
and: his ablllty, that lie offered him 1111
,,"ily found .lI1ploYI11"lIt In the Interest In the establishment. which h..lluty. They. are wonder'ully beautlful The Hott..ntots are 10 cold and indifferent Youtb's Companion Pol_... That Prods.. 1"104 'a eft'

tin rveat, flelds and did ant ('1III-ld.,1" the V"lr"r gladly neceptet1. Thins he hind when young. but they fade long to one another that love f. "Tbe more dreadful poisons.. says

work .lthpr dlfflr"lt nor dlsJrn.ful. I tvJlep h. ninrried n house for lila wife before they are old. Their hair III long unknown to thl'm. The Itef irs of (Jue.t.n.bJ.(o..n..t. a chemist who has been interviewed by

It \\1111 n little Lard lit first, as. \\I was and" u bushes to support the ramlly. I and" wnvy and their eyes are equally South Africa buy their wives with cattle ":Sy dear I have R great compliment the Chicago Chronicle, "are only knownto

hi'w' to bun, hilt lie w""n h..IIJnI' rC1l1l- lie dncs. not believe flint he wIll soon .Inrl and euuny. They are attractive and prize th"lr droves more than for you." sold the Boston Dan to his a few men. Mercury methlde, for ,

tot u'il. to It. and, found rll,'or wherever I hI' th1:4/wli: / out or lint bnelnesa. If he I or manner possessing. an ease and their \\'I\"s. They care for their animals New York niece who wall paying a Instance, the inhalation of whose fumes ""

he went, IIC'IIIJC regarded! IU II .first-close. should be. hIs willing! hands nod ready grace that are dplltchtrul. For nil this and expect their wives to do the month'lI vIsIt and attending' many incurable idiocy. can b manuractured -

hand\ ( and drawlllg good pay for hlatoil. wits. will doubtless easily find( other. they are sad. knowing; nil too well rest. All goes. well until they are serious cntrtalnments. b1' two Italians and by no >Jl:

employment.-New York '''....kly. thin: their! husbands will have 110 use found negligent when this I. corrected ".\compliment? and the pretty <)'e- one else In the 'orld. Dbatra I a d"

e 1'1Iorlnnnl..I1'-nll people 1\1'1' In the for them n'l soon nil their beauty tlldew. by severe chnstlsem..nt. Among the brows were raised Incredulously poison used In India. It, too, produces r

- hnlit or anylug. hot always knotting The Clr.'n..slnn women are also: wooed 1\landlgoea marriage Is merely a form "Ye-s" laid her uncle cordialy."I'rofeuor Incurable idiocy. A British army of. k
.
stint Is for the b"lIt-whlle working Th. Worm Tur.l.Dorlln't for their goal 1001.... They are well ot slal"ery.: Husband ftnd''WIre never Mildew saId be noticed you fleer told me of a sad cal_ case of +,

RI n large farm II" was disabled hy anacrldrut It make you weary tD rend 'known for their well .shaped features joke together r A native being asked particularly at the reception I0ltay two rival tailors. one of whom gave t'e
the ot those rattle-brained\ Idiots ot
to a thresher enticed! Iy, Im- rot and hands and feet that might, serve the reason answered that be sbouldnot afternoon. and lie tuo'lht you had a other a small dose of dhatora The

II1l1l.'hlll..r1'. lie \\/1"/ put 10 beta the Chicago press who are repeatedly be able to his wives )tt he most ra
perfect any sculptor( for mooplll. A rival to the mange intelligent e. victim ot the an idiot

In tIp, tJrmllOuKrl, and the physician rlcllculIl'J' the country papers on their Cll"rllsKlnn is. the Georgian beauty ot jested with tbem.In "There aunty." said the frivolous all the rest ot drug remaIne lte. le eat and
These lunch-coun-
locals!
\\1'0' wnot .nll.-t III said that It would t\\'o-by-tour the Cllnrllllllllountnln6.: 'hen young AUlltrolln a woman suffers com- young person turnIng reproachful ayes moved his empty I though he
blends think !It
he two or three w.'t'k".h..fore 110 WOlllelIII' J"I" awfully funny whop their beauty Is 80 marked that words I1lete subjection: her husband I. her on her relat'e"I told! you I looked were lIewlng. He alas a formidable '

able to work. H.I\'lnac t'tJII'hl..nC'pIII some country; newspaper says: "IIlrllm ellllllot .10 It ju..llcp.. Their features master. When he commalld she tnnstobey. like a' perfect frump In that brown rIval no longer. llncaptui produces '
810Cl1111 line sold his Holstein
Iia!. reeiperntlre powers D-IIDI" believed cow to I are regular; offset by cleat liquid eyes It she refuse, be can flog or dress' but you said I dldn't! Yon tee a melancholy 1 goat as to terlnate
nut ot It Ie
ho: hlldrells:
) course
that/ h. could he up In less time. and long! dark hAir. Their manner leno spear her or kill her without suffering what be tbolht. don't you! lie nearly; always In No government -
but was ohllljtl'Itto admit that bill board just tile proper l caper when they say: lose couldn't another to
charming being characterized pl1nlslln1'nt. With these rIghts It Is thnk tulDI would p..rml the manufacture
Franklin Oliver lAwden lidll
lit the farmhouse, to any 1I0tlllug' the I "Mrs. justr..turlH..1 by n natural ta"rlnntlon. not to bl wondered at th9 t savages sy 1"-Youtb'l Companion. and sale or tblll polln. Dh"tora.
trolll the Epson J..orll1ler ken-
do..lor'lI bill, would. more than make no These girls!! have less to tear, for value wives. Their tromeri work for Mercury methide mercptnn, and some i

would bring about thirty cents In tiled ..
would soon be elldec m.'fmpr.lfld It their husbands grow these lords could ask for nothingmore. "To a man who has never seen tie nor spld ,in any public w.y. They are
<> pound while SIOCUIU'II cow would,
Then, there happened to him two !; weary ot them they have no trouble far South, all I Led never until n re only .experimented with. Such poisons
sell for $50 In the dark. Because Gus-
till nits. One or them wan a tpelln/ cent trip to Florida, the !>spectacle would be formidable weapons In un-

lie ft'l1ln love with Martha Prime. the she Davlll was over at Guards PoInt Vlolot W.olur Wo'rk. Hlalorl" H..........'. clop or To..... at Palm Beach St. Auguatlne presented scrupulous bands. Driving their TIc

turnji>,fin1nl1lht..r. 'ho WAI very" khtdMe Sunday to see bill best girl/ they throw The year'lI preference for things! In I I The rope which wu used to-day In and other resort plllce Is ole ot extraordinary tiros to wulelte OT to insanity, they

to hire ns' were all others In the 110\1s" o shoe. but It WIlliam Henry II11rl"180nPook. the shades or purple and violet Is being the execution It John Henry Young Is : brilliancy," said Mr. Ii. Gur- leave behind t hl'm nothing suspicious ;

She' was II handtiome' senslblP gIrl. tile society leadertf\'u fee In Mllwaukee _extended even to the furniture, and Just an ordinary hemp rope but a ney, of Syracuse. N. Y., ot the Siore 01' untowllrd. 2'he giver of these poisons -
last to Miss Oeor-
nod Delfor believed that she was not Saturday the delicate !5hllolli' ot violet In wickerwork wdnderful story of tragic interest ham."To. Is secure from any fear ot puDhwent. -
tie would slcbber halt
h"lITrpllt! to Id in. Pabst they over \ will be welcomed hy those people would be revealed could It but .p..ak. me was n and I ." d
column and have three otc..rtle I re-eloton.
The V1IiN._war nn Id..n. While heIny n pictures who have long adorned their walls Nineteen times hal, 4.e: end been knot- enjoyed It the limit. .. Palm Beach

III bed thlnkln or the accident( that : and 'VillaDl! Henry on the frontpuge.Galintln'dll with I'np..rll In violet dewlgn t d'nround the gallows beam and nine- the crowd le limply bewildering\ In I. Amb.laa..s .. (

111I,1 disabled him It occurred 10 him ( ,) Democrat I nut not sure that one ,would get teen timelt hal tile noose been placed moke-up ot the typically rich and lashlonable hallway carriages transformable.1.. Ino -

that he 11I1ht: bring good! out or ev'll. tired ot it and It III a very trying color around the neck ot n condemned 't'lm- folk ot Amerl'o. I believe ; ambulance compartments for the

nod render user that I nc..ldel\t profitnble. "WhJ'Th.7 C..ldn.t Soltl. It_ with which)) to surround one'll welt, but lnal wIthout exaggeration one see have
ot sick
Dana oho ro .oul ale passengers ben prov
Judge
Sylvester trap ?
lie hind IItUlU"Il the thr".herll there III In that The 18 the
e\"I..tbleg knowIng rope property ot W. A. half a dolars' ) diamonds 1 for routes.-Detroit Free
Ulon
Judge ot the Police Court express
that were In lice. and 11" knew that 101110 years you can satisfy your desire If you Stewart of Cleburne eX-lIberlfr ot at one time blazing on the hands t- <-e... ,
In N. 11. endeavored 4
flp.\.rlll .lll1IllfIr! accidents had happened Concord always want to. and the purple room may become Johnson County. Mr. Stewart had the and In the raiment ot the women guests

flint .liMOn. II.., thought that he saw to sl1lootll over any 1lttie differencebetween a thing pointed<
Ilow the mn..lllnpry could hI' Improved persons brought before him.Or all eminently deslrnllle.-Boston Uer- I used In the execution ot John B. Shaw, greater array ot more superbly gowned TiE I.UI8Vn.IE . %

110 that such lrpnkng..11 would I.e. madeajutost one occasion the charge was for ald. a white man The rope was made bya women than these were nenr assembled -
technical and It out In
assault cam
Elnhol'ntlng the ,.. I German and was band twisted the under ole roof In any celltl"e Confederate Veterans
ot tile evidence that the ,... heat Ilne
British
tile course Fo lads Abro.d. t
Self'nll nil he lAY In bed, hE became ron' I very best quality ot hemp obtainable of fashion on the glob Tblll place
parties were "elc-hbora and \bad been Tile purchase ot foreign fox cube Reunion, K,., Jane I& r'
Vhll',1 that lie bad struck something I being utilized In its manutacture. The wu built for the rich; and only the 1.\11. .
of real 011 the best of terms for some 'eflrs. from Importers ot wild animals Is attended l Low Rates. r
vnlue.An rope la eighteen feet long and COlt Mr rich need go there. .lo 19'er
"It Is. 0 great pity," Bald the Judge. with serious dangers. Wolves. I
soon 011 III' had settled the plan to Stewart $12.00. The noose made to to "From morning until nlg't these plutocratic Stop ores allowed at Mammoth
"thll old friends All seem to have jackals and such like creatures are o-
his satisfaction he soot tot Uro Prime. you around the neck ot Shaw bal neverbeen pilgrims from the Northleewed Amerl" Great Natural, Wand. ti'

and told him ot his dlsco'\'t'ry. The been should appear before me In such easily; mistaken In the cub stage for changed:! liouston Post. busy In various diversions. the 8hitodoal Battle Jeld. R t,

a way. Surely this Ie a case which foxes, and now and then hove been through }'
farmer s 110 will a Jlractlcal, clear- There Ideal grounds for the golfplayers to .n. Tickets mid
10
settled out ot court" sold In :England!: as veritable children are open .UD. lU r
might 1)e
Leaded moD, wIth some mechanical ) Iplendlll sea boating, 13tb. Ask for na
.It ciln't be done, Judge," answered of Br'er Fox. This I. the true explana- A 010....... Per. D..ler. I. Maa. blthlng 12llnt Lokt L I 1, ,
Ability, fell This
III with his Idea at once, visits to the surrounding rmaUoD furnished OD appioMioato
aDd believed the plalntlff, moodUy. "I thought of 1 tion ot those sensational outbreaks of Preparations are being made for the countr records rul' i'
himself. the
as he expressed: season eclipses by o.Ids. J. G. ,
tat!). there was "money In IL" thattUr.elt. but the: cur won't 6xht.I ."- I I, sheep worrying; during: the put few publicatIon, In Lopdon. ot a' weekly; for Dullness i al palatial Florida IOLNDEC '

Boltll1 lie raid. 7ears'-London Dally l1alL Journal written DI.ro PaDRr . top7
The two then talked this matter over I for'9onjufora JteJ"-WuWltou Post A&OBI' ;

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fertile Florida -
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I hot weather III a .gtpat! tall --- -- \ !J, $ C: A. CARSON IU aeld.ii. N. C.; BRYAN.er.Hlrr4

_ . ''upon the di"/Cl"lIth'e/ tower of babies; Y"dowi.x, deNrrlbad. !hilHe will 'be onl" at public i "'. .. .. '
Whet fh "N 0011111 I. the "L.adofh wheal puny and f..I.I" they .hould. be NO'I1t I. brreby of given Olin II thv\1M". In Imntut tl"t"" \I Hall. dtwral RhNdteteeal l Ii'.In \'. $ rr :sEd: _;
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Orapofradt and IU!. Lilt'CU"II\.b'( OOClL..hL sail IiI"LII" lIer with Blues'oN/ el edit ..o.t :i $ .
6. .the cblldl..n.. tOII IC. twill .11114 .nut. sae far taxs. 1I'ruiu. rat/ft.fuItu, le Life .11I(1 nn'rf
> e' Tile, plnea"ple" season will 'opt'n at titllllulate and cillllLte tile digestluuolheir .d..urtt.I": -_ .J I '
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Del badly Rain, However. Is need.r food, 80 that they IWIIII he-I Ii w'ater & GroceyCo ,
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eel rome lit.ront healthy and 'a.etl0. II' Atnnuuofi ;:. a ; 1
4 The watermelon! crop around Uma- Bold by Thomason & Robetsou.loud I -I--( JEi I
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IHSCItII'TION -- -- sad Roteil ,
Lila I. go.,11 and Ibipll11C! will begin .- .-. --- OWNER p. i :
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next week.p "( are wanted' In 1:1'. )Y <

p The gardeners and truck' growers tit I -r-IIL, says dlrgruer Minister I i.yi)ns. Sorry ,--.-,---'----------,--- IINN AdII.I. I G .RO C E R I.E'.s

theTangla uctlun ol' sulferinggveiitf )' hat' wedon't hate any of that kind W . lg IHMaly
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4 ('<1. only Ii tPw, "cou"'I'll1jf .JlI-S coining Aretiou keatWaant. . Night" < I fii1ll lot Irbfurk. A . . 1"") ,. 61nuauctt'ii :'S I/ COLNTY AOBNTY FOR'
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1I'IOt., load of \\ ul<','IIU.I"lIh 1111'"' UIIII.u'o\\ llurt.huund') H.\'I'IIP, it.null. I DklfoN'? lot pit/! .. .,.. -- It tilt' A. i

Into EustIIIIIJIIY: eight' ,' Ulld (-Vet y I ,''''111''' \"U, ,"ulld ship ,uud 1 i'II'crt( nimnolpl ..to..I.'r', N All,,10.111.,1 1".It.' ]II. it.iii 1,1.. hunt 1114.' Adis ti..a.1'ukunwu i i U I Celebrated Fertilizers I (t''IIjTESIttiXf
one .a'l Apdlr..1 fur III "nc I AI.t ,
laid radical, sine. "lc. :.11. 1111I1I Jul) I I IS
l'jll%. lua.tnlp, rats" ,'l 111.""t. uudtutJlll tl) tin 1. hold by 'I'hunla.., 'II.\: Rohrruo.'I'sis : i .1"1...n ,lur. 1.1., I! a\ I 'lu I 0 I E l' c'ICircular : '
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i Dying of "anuno I
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Itl Ihrvrrv ''I Butt bl NI ..t1ul ,N nf atoll, uII '
I i' froth! the h'gi"nlng 'Pb".c 3J.
U11Ipttoll. Nd1 lt. 5'tl, s salfl. I I.! d I;
.end isa Jung tnrtutboth" tit Offl..e 'Pbone I 1.1.1p
': vicillll and frlrud.. "\Vhen I hue! 1",nDItL: 1'1" J. R. GILBERT, JR.. Toni

fe \ "unslIllIl'tltln' in its n,rt ..tll!!". writ', Tax Collector Kissimmee City, Florida. Tasteless Chill
r'v' in. :\lyt'I's. or earfuN:+. 1,1. "a'Lt'1 i iit

trying, ( dlflerenLiii.dicua's and 11 gaud! P A. VANS A\EW( I .
duetfr.In vain 1 at lank luck. Ur, JWo-Cure-No-PI'Y so cents.
KIIJlC'n New DI.co\ which quickly ATTOItNRY AT LA wr. . . Attorney "J.lrnh""I'(. will nllllll'1'1\ ,,' thtet .. is'.t lI.h..I.li'k. ,,,.

anti 1J"It'cll.y, cured! Ill" 1"1'1.'' rry 1 N"'TAIIY Pl'UJ.JC 1A"In 1- all ) I", cxp..clod. to! put lip IL "sU bng" 1'he St"PII''IO" fafr. "Th.. tiluglltdelrn '

lief and suiw, curP for rough,. .cold, ... +e for :Nan l.uI.I..n.' LIh,'" and tht. "':'I'"ll1hlo'' Ltie. ,
bruuchni, etc. l'IlI1) \', KISS1111IMEE.] FLA.
sore throat"
I I
I 7 Ire\.nt'l """\lm..n. 11\. Cuaranu+>l"'I J I [ R. MUGGEJ1A

at Q8Cf'ola.. Pharmacy drug store, pr1LOe !:: '. ,, E
and 111.00 a hoLtle. Trial boLL
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g- fr68., ? th T -A

;J!, :"A' mgvement: III w.htJ' arced In New r'S A.L S WINES BRANDIES
k York 1.0 evanje1tze"Wall! street. 1'1) G GI

next step in thin 1'mlel1n clllnlJalj' v...teu. asap..
01 will the probably c..rll"I''lion.. Iw tit. ..see the "soul; I I I I.J I SKIES I ::acaaAjt, L


%' NO'Mcret- About- -- --It.It E E

i AND TOBACCOS
CIG"ARS
i is nii "sr..1..1. that'fur, fats. llurns' ..

j ,.. llcetI'evrl Sutra. horrl: ,,. 11,11-. ;
etlt. 1I..lhll'l/ I is ..o rtleeiive' ay llurk
( lpn'% Arutcu" Kill ,.. tIdll't, tukeli I

1\111/\ Lo ure" a hail. vurtl I had. and It 1N I I e.user-Busch Beer XI.J

ail ( ) K., fur sunrres. '' wlit.s I ) L'I

1 ( l..i.t'jZory. tit hope 1'-x. 2s' at ,,iv9"t -1 I ON [) R A UGH TAN D BOTTLED

"IlL l'barula)' drug: .hnr. I Lo

Statistics\ frum, ubul. AhuN lh1' 11I1"1'I I I
e.tin, !!; tact thai hn.hluul, tllclr antli.,1'A Can only be found In KIssimmee on Broadway 0
]lu\tug 111, "UIIIIII..I" that'IIILeI'I" To the Pacific Coast-to California, Oregon Wa.hington- Street( at the BRICK BAR BUILDING.
I ;
('uusr, i \ ,dl."tII. the "lilli'" : our "that' round-trip, long transit and return limits, liberal atop-over o f ."{ 0
eV"I'_ Uill, !! I IN "W"I'I1I"-' In sunntiertor' I
privilege. N
; A Kod SCIlr-e, R. MUGGE.N

fl :Suu.r': day you well get a bad!' scare. I I Iwl.t'1l The rate is practically on the basis of one fare for the roudd \ -
I
.' in //t-.lu !,1I1n ill ytillr hti" &I'i' I .
i both California and
visit
1: and fear aplfeudy'Ills SIII..IIII. >; 111 l trip. Of course, if you wish to Oregon rrrri..cioruriryrr. oor ot.o%

P I)" KIIIIl' :Neu' Jllel'II., -.. a sui-i-otu.' ",'. or Washington, the coat ia slightly more., -- =
/'t I fu,' 1111 bowel IL'f.' \ ..".."" .. r
,.; 'IIICt. lin .WlLdlL" lu'. ltl 'ttitAu, .";r' nslil l" These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months

''Frl I nrss, t'k. ( ;liaruucell( tit' ( )",','olllI'hal"I1I1" from all Eastern '.
of
May to October, inclu.ive. They apply points .
.v tlrlll Htor', only it'. 1'1)th..uJ.
via Chicago, SL Louis or Memphis gatewaya. The Rock Islagd

f Ni: w.J.-.v has ful'llfhl, 'Il for rruwtl System will take you up in either Chicago or St. Louis,or at hundreds 1 I A Healthy Liver Makes

inle "-II'lI.tllln. .\ II1'LI1' t 11\1" 111I.i n of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through A Well Man I
p' ,, ..Ijnt'd a "bllc poslteunoii ground"
t that II i.. tau easy, and\ aught: 10 Is'ahollshr..l Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service.I .

. ? ilr.'arorgia: should 1 give ; The Rock bland also affords a choice of routes: on the "Scenic"
him lL'm-rp's medal" I Itl Dori.aT ;
--- -- - r" route you can atop off in Colorado-.ee Salt Lake City-vitit

That Tired t'coclltlK j ; Yellowstone National Park; on the "Southern" route you can go
If you are languid: deprev.ed i"cdl'ault ;
for work, It utl'CLtt's' that I i". ,,, via EI Paso thru New Mexico then "up coaat" to San Francisco

your 'liver Is Jilt "r order. 1I""hln.1 j { I ;. and on to Portland or Seattle if de.ired.
will assist nature tothruw of headache' I, ,

,. rheuaptism! and 1 lIilout'utll akin toInrrvuusns 1 it 1 In short, these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good
%% anti rp.torp the ener4iefsI' r
end vitality 01 sound and \\.f".t."" t :! '' i chance to see our western country. in a comprehensive manner. nlao..a

;'t health ',1. ,J. Hllhha.rcl Temple. 'ft'x".. 4 -- ,
it writes, "J have used fI"'I..ne) for th"l yl i If you desire to go only a. far at Colorado, there are excursion A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the HOST PERtf

Jo 1 past two yelLl's. Jt has dUIJ" uta. 'nlurellk 1 ( i '; ,y'a rates in effect to that section and return, all summer long, I FECT LIVER MEDICINE KIWWN. Do not flll your system
good than !all d"'wl's. It Is the ,, with Calomel. Areentc,
QUinine. HERalNa i.
or a -
guaranteed
specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13
h hest medicine evt'rmad. for chills and, 14' \ cure for all dl8eases produced by a TORPID LIVER

', i, fever. :' 50. Sold by' 'Phawason&I,. } and August 30 to September 4. Extension trips to Ogden and IMPURE aLOOD. It will cure MALARIA without leaving -
' 1 Roberson.Trlumpha! N of the deadly effects of drullll used for that
-- -- or Salt Lake and return' at low coat also. any,. many
of Modern SU'1ory. purpee. Qne bottle purchased today may save you from

Wondarfulthings !LN done for slue From September 15 to October 31, 1905, one-way I II a lick sp II I rnorrow.: Quickly cures Biliousness. Con- 1
I .tlpatlon Dyspepsia, llalarla Chills and all Liver
t + human body by SUI'IC"r-y. Organs' 8"e tourist or coloniat" tickets will be on sale to California and Complalllt Used and recommended by the medical pro- $lP,-
taken and anti I
out scraped polished
v sad put back, or they may bereolovedd, :- I the Pacific Northwest-about half regular fare j: f.nion k6nerally. ",

drat '\ entirely; bt>nP8 are spliced; pipe take I I ( A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S 'j i
1. the place of diseased sectIr of vein..; If interested; send name aDd addre. OD this coupon, designating J

.,r siitlaeptlo. dre..lnll's are ppJted towQunda I which booklet wanted aDd to what point you plata to C'". Name probable I ENDORSEMENT ,

bruls( burns and like iujurlel date of start .1.0, .0 we CAD advise definitely with reapeet to rates. etc. Dr. A. J. Hannah a leading physician of Umatlila. ;
before inflammation sate In. Pia,4sayt: "1 have been using Herbin. 111
?
I /
which cauee4bern to heal wlthnutI, tics end am well pleased with the resultl. I always 1 1A

maturation and in ODe third the lime lreep aom. on hand and think It a grand mediciD' t I
required lor the Qldt.reatment. Chanyj I for BiiJu.n.&II( an U..r Complaints" ":"

berla.ln. Pain Balm acts this G7tLooW.t.ad raIAddreaa -.
Qn same
I I i Ns.4 50c Avoid All Substitute. !
prillollle.! It is an antiseptic and .

when applied to ouch injuries causes Ball
" them to heal vetquickly.: Ic also AoIdr-- Snow Liniment Co. t5L

; allays the palo of GOreDes Keep a I
bottle of Palll Balm In home and JOHN SEBASTIAN, J OPa. Loul, U. s. A.
lour 1II
J f It will' uve you time aD not tl pato ;;j.
'4'i: a.o mention\ the IOOODveoleooe and ... TnI. Mp.. Rock bland Srst.... Le."raJoo.I II IYOUTICHICAGOG ''t1"<\

''Ib'IJip Buffer'iiawiilch' such injurial entail t tI ,.-
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.' .... .. ...... For sale b7 All 1 ruggiaw.e "- i MOLD AND RECOMMENDED
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