Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00188
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 4, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00188
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Dr. 'J.. Y.. ;+'Porferr'. ', male nooqulio ado olty'too''pro-;: p.'.t COMMISSIONERSFuIFPeptirt r" : 'BENTONVILLE. '- '-

pagate her species for she must have COUNTY : 1 ti" :
Issues AddressTo w.f,40rto, lay hep eggs in or upon. No I.( .' j :

' water no-moxjuitoes, therefore be It"
1spot
may my C'ufltom"to step aside YOUNG'S'EMIA> L.E '
TIorida accepted-as' axiom..If of 'the" from the ooventlooAlities of : QPLLEGIE'tolturt.
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the Advts<* Special' Meet" newspaper .
g Clt.la"D'ot Floridwill .
: therefore, each a . .. OJ'Inff oorr*"> ponderjoe, 'to resist ai .t.t.ck1. i! THOI\IIASVILLEi\ $A., ; '
{ Them on,the.Important Subjeef << ,. i! : _

'. Now"..Itl j.. H.d.| ( .. little details,of mosquito looking propagation.after, t. ,.:..,....... d/I t..lned'111 written, but Philo'the. 'perAonalttles'declaration, .have cpn- j e . .",0".....Pan r.Cdr. .Pee, A1T", ..:. 'e.8., .e4 Bs" L. deseoas. ,,

"! \ the mo.qu't.opelt' wUI bo considerably '' thrown) me'on' the;>'defeiidlvn. and. in rItY ica l Elocution '
>- :, FLiA., Aug. 1st, 1905. and Maslc : '
Oar
Apropos to the yellow fever situation : lessened in the .otaUv and particularly :Tb ijoetd ,oonduot.log J such defense, Kaklo does ,. :5feklt
: of'tk .
urity .commI881On "
Dr. J.-' Y. Pi'rlel', State. health in that poitlon'of. the state' where- artesian are convened at 10--%, m. Thereareaent being'; not propose,, to advocateany, cause, 'Jiste0.eenlt/tsyeerfe'bel1dt.g i / I ." i ',1 ,. ;
nd"oydtpmwnt'
ofBoer, has Issued the following address well are plentiful and rainwater '5tasuitatti.c/rtelJgJdi, -I
., li.':TButler, Chairman W.-j but his own. Oymsututa. $JIIIIIlnr Pool. 0004 Fare. .. .. ;' ,
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; O.Imate UP.
to tbs people". Of Florida! Itshouldfe it not requiredforOtable"purposes. W.-'Ivey.: S., rartln, J, F.Wll.t I The abuxird' rendering of the term J. .ot Tvff." Sp.rLuosA. . Teeehen. .., ,'--S. ,"1.::6'011, .,
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carefully read its ad- . '
?" 404 Vox Popull Vox Del to too .
Hams
and unreasonable
A. 'S Campbell Commitloners
vlce 'promptly acted on:.,; To property Where brick cl.t.erIlB't' woodentanks ;,P A. Van Agnew; County- for> any thing like a' common Lt2sp.as.2pe.ooLirtb.t ,....fe.r of Fr*.ckaUr"sale.;Avaltsblw.16e '
." owners buu.ebolden'1-Dd all oltlxenwof are required to .store rain r.er !i.en.e view of --" --' .'. " L ,
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Itstrue'meanlnsr Let - .
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preventedfrom A&.torlle1''and W. Johnston, D. C. ; iep 'L' .- . .:
Florida:, ; the female mosquito oatf.be The minutes oj the last .1nee ID<< -the people 'of this world be engaged "' .ope ,*,2Oth, ;.o Free Oatalnca,.AddriM,"

Tb snffltner month embrace a 'per depositing her eggs therein byscreeolng were, read and approved.'.-., In any cause their voice cannot be
Kid of the', ar- when.' rough atmosp the cistern or tank'with wire The clerk asked\: further' i.. iomakea literally the voice' of'Godwor has, -> I. OCHHAI,,B BUT,.Pr.l4sst" ...
heric changes and elevated tempera- ;aaze mesh 10 to inch.,and by u tDiC'kerosene / here ever,before been' -such t
ture feFuJpntalion and thn report upoa the cost. of getting. up a ;. 'any construction r _
putrefaction small the
quantities ou placed on. this sentence. The _.
set of abstract books for the' I
'occurs rapidly, and la likely to produce surface of the water, say'about a te..- stating that he would, be .able to country make voice>f Qx>d Is All powerful of unequal : . -,' ( r ., \
*lckne>a of.many kind*.'It should poonful to ..bou'I5'"ql1are' 'feet of magnitude( and eternal the. voice T
It the -
by regulars meeting In. September of : '
/:_ the all "
.Jbert$ fore"be. &Ce-'ol house .water surface Which requeAD was'on', motionrant.ed nan can only have power ov..ra. Blmlatv : .
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fTbolders to keep"their' prrnle' clean The wire ICMolnlt will prevent; depositing the clerk lostruoted'tonotify .race of people lo'.themselves : -
,i. and clear of any fermentative trash j) of and kerotteoe oil wlH- ; wes tbhbefor'the"lnferenoe 1* n'ot.that the
Mr.
Bullock manager of the
and filth.Upussqrtves.-- prevent thabaycbing.outof any which Osoeola people are equal to God nor, that he
County Abstract Co.'tbat he
\ should; pay careful ab may have gotten, into the tank as tie I ( CourtHuseuutt1the1urtherrodder'of could''a prove thel<;'unlversal action, State Bank '"
'tentlon the-sanitatlon "wiyVlurVj ''KissimmeeOffers
to 'of both the oaooot-g.to-the.'surfacex : this .but.. _Uejssha.aupref' !5Jeiernf( ton .
Inside at well at- the outside of their > breathe'and consequently will die.. Board, .. loiverse, so are tbe people, supreme ,

horse*.'Cleanly premises. are; assentlalVO WILL IN'PROVE REPtTTATIONAttention -. Tbe-reiignatlon of. Henry Uaa"alc..t.tle In their. dealings'with each :, otheror f
neaitn'Ventilation as personal UK><""*> uiooj,* Xomocquito) preientation'soddestruotiov inspector'' and market clerk of 10 other words a majority have powerto -'. i m

u res. aDd suolighharenalure's / wlll.leason and In time 'effectually cattle Dill"> 'No. 1,', was read and accepted control a minority, then to simplify

fresh, healthful aldlirand current of rid a community malaria: and 'on motion of W.W,. Ivev tbll' quotation its meaning la that to 'Cust tner Ever Facility' s
with
air. sunlight reduce the '
.r reputation. So, to. will a hindering of seconded by.U. S. Parttn, Cbas.. Bas Gue! voice-Is supreme over all-things ,
transmls.tonofmfeotioo'DaLlyorbldaily the mosquitoes prevent yellow. fever from was chose'n to fill the vacancy to take animate' or .inanimate. the existing\ Consistent' 'with Sound Management. -, i>: '1 '
of !
''conduce bathing to comfort but body removes not effete Only spreading,where the particular species effect ai soon as be was quail fled. similarity,belnflr',, "u..be'yolce 'of the : ''f .- - ........| ??, -- '- "'.. '. ...- .
of utosquotlee which conveyy'ellow A communication from E .O; Richardson people I* supreme To a worldly) pI'I
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particles .from from, .the the body'through skin, which'areoast.of : the fever f exiBt: and are abundant. Nq one agent! of the Good Road .Ma. I, political sense; hencethe comparison. Personal Attention. to All' Business, Intrusted,, to'I I D..

medium 'of perspiration and,which should/ sleep, and p.rUoul..rlynl b.. chine ., Klnnelt Square Ha.,: in Unfortunately* my article written In u i I'; J,
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be where mosquitoes! exist never mind of regard to' the road Droller was read, defense of Mr.i Sear.ID the Mugge r r 1
should allowed
and not to accumulate what species, without net,' and care sad on motion of W. W: Jvey. sea case has been mislaid, and as Kakio N.., B. CARSON .OA
saturate underclothing. This latter .Ht.'t
should also be should be taken to see that no moquitoes .- ooded by H. S.: Partlu.; his offer to seldom reads these articles'. after their *
frequently.changedif hsve'got into the net' after it sell the machine for 9400, delivered publication can. only use such reference
good( health Is desired especially has been lowered\about\\ the bfct., here was accepted'and tbe Chairmanwas a.'my oppooeethar''used In thepremises
those persons who exfircUe "
y by vlolehtlr ? .
The malaria toequtto'andyellowfever authorized:.alga a' note for Pbllo's Implication that r ,

f Or workTand who perspire Jroely., mosquito do1 the work{;of: infection $400 less the freight on the roller due akla appears a* an advocate for the ..- -- .. .. -- .. '( .. -- .
CLEAN AND KEEP' CLEAN. after:. .o'clock in the afternoon.and be nine months: after! date at..6 per cent. .saloons! is a mistake, the sale.of .+ "

'I. Housewives should cot content. them; tore asyiiKO n" ..,');.*>', morning; 'lu -interest nom ,ate;' _u i>u. (.;uuuvj spirituous. liquors has been made 1eglJmate / .
selves with''dusting. and with clean other word..4I.vIna- 'hours'of'' Attorney, was Instructed to drawjip .! by the voice of the. people, ana

floors. Water-closet should be look. darkn_;'''If this fact is remembered the necessary note .' : le who declaims against s'.ststutelaodwlshes ':
ed, after 'aud kept well .disinfected.! and a little care Ur .taken:: never mind ,W.. J. Esq: attorney for it violated come. very OSCEQL.A 1 t

f Clothe closets should- beaired and What the. alluvlalo<<..odl\lonli may-be Robert M e.syke& !action on his near befog outlaw himself- the.Only .
I kept free from 'trash and articles.which what. the miasma an escape can benaa petition to sell atWtail, ''lqu.or.wl; e. egUlmate- method 'that a* citizen can .. j

,may barbor.inseeo life. From malaria infection or from yellow and beer In. Dtst. No.lt. Klstlmmee adopt. is to depo'vlt. his.' ballot agalnat ; '
J. Tbe lamU,.',refrigerator should be fever.Infection. if- attention 1 I. paid to City, for tha yearcommecclng Oct. 1; It, and loa the voice .of &.bE!' people la '. PHARMACY: :

.,, 'particularly! l looked\; aft> To keep this mosquito. generation, in. prerentlnifthelrl ItfOS,, sod presented the proof ot publication -, matter pertaining-to such affairs is ;..V 1
I article bJtler-pantrv perfectly/ ; clean breeding, when individuals and no objections. being filed, i iOD. ....the .voice' of God' in hi* omnipoterice. THE:
1/ aDd sweet should be. the .first care of happen In a country or community motion. of H S Partln, .seconded i so ,will that. voice rule at the LEADING .DRUsa' .S TORE 7

all food housewives and housekeepers whore these two disease may;. be pre by A. S. Campbell ,abe name -wastrranted ballot box and tbe comparison be ,, '.. : I
A, for It.'can*.lly become- foul I anti.,.. 'Y al1 1118'. and the clerk was, ins fully) exemplified.' Philo admits Mr.3ears .j '

I t menace to both tbe'. older as' well as These hints'to keep well during the to issue/ the-necessary.. permit.: toted responsibility as an attorney.. '.' 'S'pcc'alSule' of Stationery;Pipes? ;, Flue! ,, Got=' ,
the younger member of a family summer-season,- are cat upon the soil W J.; Sears,' .q.:. attorney but don't admit that. he had the, G ; j t
': through'. ptomaine- absorption! and of public thought and reason, with the E.. Bearden-' also for action on his to defend a "m..o.; applytog-\fo'r rights Z' Tory. if 4
.' ''poisoning. Mothers especially shuuldi hope that additional' effort 0 .1be petition to sell all retail liquors wines under ao existingstatute...'. Yon must .
: .,; give the refrigerator the greatest at. State health authorities mar resuX I'? and'beers in. Dlst.,No. 1, In ikissim- be aware Pbilo, that Mr. Sears 'recorded :

',:t teutius'aod *!loina prOnlUJt& the. keep, saving life .Dd.la auch.':personal 1 a wee CI,,. .and''presented the prqof of an oath previous to his admls Call on"us when in: :need of anything In ,the .
. log of lI.h?Iruit, vegetables.-meacand! iodiridu.U'eomfori.. ' . '. "fujbllcatlon a-nd''Do -objection belug slots to. the bar* that he would defend ?
.. milk In the same_"compartment., -Mille: Bled, on motion of B. S. Partln.AM4.jl .._, ..bo..pplylo8'\o him' for' 'counsel. I Drug Line.'Vourl; ",rescrintion. 'sent\1i.raRtI.p',: ''
.".IU, absorbs-9Qore: and .taint rrom a O.ar-teed. CurP. 1'or pdear- tae A. El': Camobell-A. E.fear- Your admission! .on the one band, add ., delivered \ ,
.
part ojfthe ,, :
eatable in :+ : sass ) : declaration\ online ot.ber. ois. any cJt7 day, or' : ,
( which may be the fine Iicblu; nilnd; Bleeding : or protruding den rraated..pe.mf..tl simpiy ,
pace, and should therefore,' be kept .PU.... Druggltts. refund mtfney IIquor.wfoe. and beer in said' Diet play an unreasonable prejudice which % -nIght. Quick-delivery: -*-' ;*,. -, t.i ""'" .

... .. Ho Itael4Jptightlclo.ed! rubbergasket: lf.Paso Ointment falls! to cure any No. 1. at KiulmmClt7., ,.oointneno-. partakes more Vr the' nature' of a ,;Z .... . r ...:.. :: I
bottles or vessels aDd on the ioe. Un..lea..co.I' case, no.matter of how long standing, log Oct.-. 1st, 1005,, and the clerk..... cr. ,-\'tban a F reasonable btmsnbeipg. 4. _:"

milk is certified to for: pur In ft (p 14 d.,..', First application Instructed to issue'tbe same" ' "...-: The wretch. who asaaislnited :'.- -....- .

'y by. city. Inspection or laboratorylamination give ease and rest 600. If yourdruffglit Th.following bill were examined Prestd i f6t McKinley was defended by :..::--*' . .: . ,, ., : "
or1 produced on a farm hain't it send 600 'Jn tamps it and ordered paid la-wit: : men to whom the duty was obnoxious!:! --

under the immediate supervision of will be forwarded post-paid by.1' Paris RT Bntlrr, c.Comaoam/'em: ; but they accepted -the- position rather .

i ; the owner, it Is safer to the health of Medicine Co... St.. Louis.. Mo.< tf. WWIrer; :. '"" ..' 4JPWtllime :.:.:; Teo: than violate .t.be solemn pledge they .-' f.li uv. ' .. ,
I-1'1: the cb lid .of... as Infant feed log Is cooI "' . If o lad taken as professional .roen7 Hundreds THE
: earned not UHoo..' rpllch atall. Con1 'Orange county's commissioners-bav A., (CunptMll/ '' .j' .*,. tl. ". ...,;",....j. -JSS! of other, -case* of a.lmUar'"nature'mighs' Ocklawaha NurseriesTo

4 a I dented milk) which must bet sterilized. built a public road from Orlando to II: L teals. Clerk'and Auditor_......,.? WOO! ; be mentionedin which

.r> to acquire it* preparation for canning, the tttrJohns rlver-to connect..,;on the H A Yens *Suitor...olJ'...,; u rn.y. .uai'III...\. 114 respectable attorneys have.. been' compelled _. __ .... .
H M Woo .
i .M!GO 'to defend - -'w -... -. .. ..,. .. _. .,. . .
other aide In Volusia causes r ,
is b..tb.1would "V
' far safer article for food to bottle county, which W L C.mpl...n, ftupt Fool rum,aa4 ear* : "
.; fed babies; and: as condensed milk.1. county will extend. 1t to the Atlantic) ...'..,. 'I1'rY:11 bare rejected bad they had the I II OranK.Oroven'wkovzpMt la..l.rr*their STOTM mats, I
;A graded to fats and :uffsr, it i* very' coast The river is to; be. ''crossed by a O..eW prlotlnR;,.; w, .. rt,. 10 40KI. legal powerto save done soy; but the year, w* want to, send our "wi . .' ,
I freeferry.. The to the ..Tal boaatblm.telephoua.. .. t MK I binding clause In the obligation for mslllac about 8 pt niber lu. W*have watched v r- ......' '
easy to lad out, which particular approaches L piaal. lllthu J.ll ........ .... 7. com r .
lowlands and .. .I.I.. ... pelted, 'obedience' to Us mandates. the d.v.lupment of tn* citrus trait Inautry la nvMUste MSB, -'
I" brand will acrve with thebaby. same are .over at high K T Cutler, ehnM:iW .rNI.lo..t ct. 100 CJIt ry ,
water are overflowed. A causeway M4Q lfdw'i..supetbossandrR. -, IN
CARl EATING.
; Is to be built over) these, boost tl< OT B Wlltaoo Uakluan. rap.Co.roof, feed o mules..rel Ao.bous..150W ,.. ;. till M saloons' or its proprietors, on thecontrary ? grows s., 'ono elw.tree..Sty tlta sIt", ss de f Wi.as/( ......! '. ,"'

1r Fralts, 'wheff Naturally" ripe and 200 9500 ,of whloh. Sanford "a..umea'' A P Bell, |x>r roll -..d work Juir .. .. 180 >> If his feeble eflft rts could in P"; cadets.s are OHM 1* _SMsceMsav.., ).wM **t% ', ,,t
sound, are heathful .umm r. There aoJ Orlando>> will raise the balance.' C-H WIIM ill Co.. work toed macllloe",. 8 00 any way aid thosewho: are' arrayed 'I, qh .' ._Interest la look that 1M ever and w*bHv.Mj wH stesM ,
are biUJewr. fruits whloh disagree with The work 1* now under way The road Tom Bumin.,.., nwd workr.. ...-...',..-",.;;;,.' 4 CJO manner he to pis n*Tour patrona, ';....."tansld.rlag the lailuss esls'w.
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Mack P.rtiD.d work.. .. ,.... 00 ,
0/ ould
the digestive! function of, the adult will be a great,convenience,' especial J W Loci work on poorl.rm...,.. ,..,>.., TOt cheerfyliyegfvemsuch\ aid; but to I .. ;have* fa offer-oa/ BpMlal lsdiuewc to t.boaa.rlte BUe*their'order .
J
human or child when ripe;' oocasiionially during' the summer season "when, bundredof -. LOv.rlr.et.xrloulIural report........ 17 J DOPU fight against aQ individual compliance BOW for.fall and wlitlar, pUaiinr.. AUoloUIr. ao :whit a;' +
idiosyncrasies are met with, and Relorrn School 1 jr ear O. Kvans.; m '
Orlando and, Orange countypeople fU ., .... to an oath, is to encourage perjury YI
,' 'in Jlllobcaea. 'vrlll do well Walkc,, care Jail. .. (l"..., 18mWatbroom.ouSnas.r '
person* to go to the, ealbore.-Heport.er. J M ,....... XO)( and If thJ.) method 1* to. be adoptedby
1 "shun tboU> articles, whether of. fruit, .*' . ; J.. We1ttrS Md pritonm.,,, .. ..o.r..;,.,< '27 00 those who advocate the cause of 'THE'OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES': r t
flab,,'' meat or vegetables which tax the mstt.at. W a lob 000, criminal eo.&e.,"i."J; : -.> H 1. ,
.Kakio' will ''
;'I dbreative beyond their natural J R WI/o!lIar. !criminal! <-o U (.._;.., ....'..".,.. M!' 8* temperance Oppose .withall '0. W. OOMMiH.VnOrnlTOH.TANaSIUHB.VtA'. ; 1 ,
vrtrau the htt'nocuMfteBanV '
When'pains"or''irritation exist'bn power'l such ... '
.. ,capacity to hialthf ullyastimllate After which the Board toOk areoe.suntil r"i .. A44r.-0.. c. .Ln. Klrl.rrae. pier yr{
any part of the b rty< the application .. method of coerslon. Make the dgni:sfair' I. ? ....
.,1; Do not overeat! Nature provides of nallar4'. Snow Liniment :'el ven 2 lard. ,i -, "*=- one'Ladies, and Gentlemen If

succulent plant. and fruits in summer, prompt relief. K. W.f Sl.IlUyan.1. Prop.. "-.The reconvened 2 p.>> m... you wish, hoist. the red flag, ask no .
because there I*poI that need or demand Sullivan Rouse reDoTOr7Twrltesr. 'The Clerk presented a petition sign quarter, nor give\ none, but don'tower'napreeatione ,T",YwPPiice
for stronger diet as) ther%..Is in 'June 6ri 02r4M take pleasure In, ''recommending ed"by'd ivers'ZSttixena4mdnibehborbOod ; *h c'on-tbe-'beadof ; but t wholesale r
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tone .customary. '
.she colder season of.the"e: when Batlard's Snow. Liniment .. of the Court: house one who simply advocates legitimate. abuse of those wh? are acting upderan for n.
:the beat-producing functions of..the jo all who are afflicted with rheumatism. calling theiratteotion to t.beooodl"lon cause 'la a le8'al-way.\ ?*
fean your law i'4-'t
existing" ; *lrnply- because our
'body must be lllulated. Krolts! and of the water closet In tbe.y and and ; .
; I Mends have
oft; ii the':.only remedy 1. have your gun* too humanity opposes'those laws is
,

unreasonable ;
Teireta.ble will ae U.t nature in"..keep. found that give Immediate. '-relief." asked that the Board take tbe necessary loaded."'' If.care Is not1' used you will and ,It County -
unjust. our ice'Crem? "
trig the bowel function In good work- steps. to abate' the',nuisance; ''
disgust "those7' whom seek
tic: 50o and tl.OO.: Sold by Tbomasoo you : to Influence. CojnmUsloners can be so far: con .
add in healthful whichmatter. referred to' the. ,
log order a condition A lioberson' "" I' ," wan . I have seen this done-so -
thui 1)I.arlns.t.bIlodl"Wual rom retorting .. .. ,- chairman with power. to &signed' frequently; 'tn the past,, that -Kaklo hasalways to trolled law by let argument us turn loose as to ,act our-vials-of ontrarf :,. ,
to frequent purgation, and ":" 2 The warrants were then up-in fi'Pt:20c.
refrained
cres'Souts. . from
entering a
contest
; 1$ wrath and the.
Upon t.helOt not on unoffending ,
many patent nostrums; which "alwaysleave open board and the Bo.y Uev. W. U L.'L. D. Cuba until Ith thl."ha'l1rei Heavily loaded I bead of on, who performed 1 35c lit'
Riley Monday \Augost '
;, she system iq a worse condition a-receps goes generally, shoot too high, and it qt.
than before taking': .t' New York writes: 'l4fter.IIfteem drays at 10i I m. ... ..,t ; . Is..too often shown that prejudice a .t'Jlul..ted bounden dut.l'wltbout.. = 65'
c fear or favor. This act. wasnot' apleasing 2 gal .
.'" MOS UITOES CARRY DISEASE. of exoruolstingpain fromactattcthou.m5U.mrundervsrboos. .. ,: .. against the individual biased bf po- one to' Mr. Sears, but his reFusaL ;

";, "it Is no longer A theory or a "f d'.' was Induced to try' Ballatd'treatments SnowLiniment =I LE'TTER -1--CPCb' KLlN: llUcaU.\ ...anlmaaltles_ls"'" ..theJ.tnoTlDgHplrlt : to accept thli.ca.e,' when aopeal- _. O. 1''gal. : $1.8. . . ;-
; instead of,..a desire-, to --, r
"crank" doctor that promotethe ed have
of some certain to would placed him- in tbeposition
; the first. application giving :
KISSIMMRE '
PLA. best loterests-of mankindWhile
mosquitoescarry disease' by acting a. my Ilrlli 'reJlef and second entire relief.. : of one who was recreant to
intermediary hosts to the-human being I can give' It unqualified recommendation this contest is not of my seelcloir! and the solemn trust reposed In him by : | : 'In ''T wa.,

>' Moanultoes of the > ireDUii Anoohelei' *.- Mn.-fifki!: and il.CO. Sold by Thom-! Dear Sir DleerssLLeachman& EdeHn the Question_ foreign/ to KIT naturaldisposition the dignity'of ,,the .I..w'uTb.. e. is but .Delyer.AD. .er_ .' .: .
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.which means worthless or vagrant, do ason tt Itoberson.Snmmar.Tourlst. ". ., Grafton W Va," had been I win say that u the !.em.perenoe one remedy lor in is evil, ana that. is : r Ti'T':
'"' 'convey, when infected, the. malaria a paint,' which they ,tbgught selling I : people to'whom you -allude, to have a law passed' separating the
'of parasite to the human. This has beenproven A''Wbrd.To-The.Wlse. and this had occurred. desire Kaklo for a target, 'let them office held b) 'Mr. Sears from' that ofAttorneyatLw MJLER& dVERSTRiEET., .a ,

beyond any shadow of doubt, They bad sold acustomeri8gallonsof open on -him whenever: they-. are pre- -s Until OO action. is

f ,as baa. also tbe fact that tb Bteiromia(5 j. Ad old preacher says: :I have married It to pInt his house ''A few year pared for the' contest., and instead of taken- we will have to submit to many : . ...

genus of mosqulto-convsya-- ..10.r. a large number of ,_peppftu '.,' the later they sold "the same man Devoe thin hastily prepared aD.wer. will try unpleasant ttings, .ha'do ,not agree JjR If w.; SIMPSON; ,
,mostot whom have done Tiwellbut; . a few guns not' so heavily loaded as with ideas'of and .
fected germ-perbap paralte-of } ,.%.- -( the same number of gal our: right wrong, I
yellow feger'D! ; the same manner 'den some turned out'badly. Still. ,*I dp, hot I Ions to paint the same house Ue bad yours perhaps,'but, will try. to make ,an0'a criticising''pubitc'are"everreedy ; DKIlTISTi.
\ gue Is thought to be conveyed .by, the recollect a pase-ln which-I-was paid for 17 gallons left. ' \ pood use Of what, ammunition he has to,, condemn, but .Deye!! willing

genus Fatlgans, and H, has- not, as .my service*,' that. tbe parties Jailed to i "The point of the tale-"*:/-., gallons on hand;' Kaklo'dee'p17 'regrets the to admit that &.h .criticisms.,'are; ill Office over.Osceola. ,. l Pburmacy.

'yet: been"determined bow Luau more live happily and prosper.,l. 'ItSecrelar1' : Devoe paints an 18-gallon'hous necessity that' caused tbls'digres rounded. M,'defepse\ of' Mr., Sear Iiot7sal; ) a. m. ,
pf these same kinds and description of I 'Do sell ? from his usual news giving items, and was caused by""hearing some 1 i
Bonapartr'1s: you wantto It ;i' : - unjustand Fc r ,I:30 *
of the: ; would'wish the a
Nawy future
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not to haveth '
ewers may not, although .new unknown'be. astobisbing natives that they do Of course, tlta4 jen''t t all.,1, . obstructions\ thrown; In his rude renlarks which were as unnecessary No. 78. , Jjin. *. lair.HARR1S' .,
way
the 'humanthrough
odnveyed.to'/ Why doe U alonl.Deyoe, Ioaw as were-wnreasonable, .
tbe mosquito acting tr as a their work well iionapart is startingout far' as 18 gallons of -other paint?-> J its.. Hit.defen.e'Of Mr.' Seers was' not intended *- )nd knowing that prejudice' and political 4flDR.
well '' but\ does .this '''suit the, (pie a* an assault. onthose who SANATORIUM
means of.transmlsiilon. : .' cause It 11 1 all palnt/all true, no sham, animosity ,w., the cornerstone
,
}lnnter..jt.f. : , *I; were opposed td the existence of saloon DR.B; HARRIS. f''
E/ These scientific fact should not .be .., and full measure 1* on which th'ese aspersions were erect cSUIOBlV.
4 poopooed or_.ignored by the .people, Raterl Tbe At.Jatla Do'you'wa'nt to sell it?' 10 our bldst.nor..was.lt. intended ed felt lt\tny duty to clear :away the .AND QBlfERAL MIDa. '."ss. 's.'

i.They are not only worthy of-.. Quarh'; ; Coast; Lice: '. -Uut that Isu't ..II.. Devoe last longer & that either party'.should.: . have re rnbblsh and give the publio"the true ltonneIl to 1, It
f. but of deliberate and careful,,heeding. ; No ojou-! .hkven't ot.towalt._ ceivedencouraKe.nen't. from his article. sense Of the case and this was the '" N. 'H.GQt... "
6'A eingle female.' tnuaqultb wilt-1ay a If you contemplate,visiting Summer: ten yearsRTfind that out.'' Ten thousand He has always advocated' the faithful\ sumandr substance '
4nicent) number of eggs_;In a.water. resorts tee Ticket Agents of tbja 4tlantio people know It.. We've got their discharge of-duty, and deeply regretted -- our"friend Joe in the Mugge. case.. If OffloeHoon' <>1,1 4' ,'"
,ltcb -1D..n unused to'not Coast Line ana! get all Information that so little attention had been an ,'' condemns ORLANDO. ;, : '
bedroom names. Our agents know them; they official impartial.public socU ." LO.IDA.I '. 'l
only All the house.with her offsprings, with reference to rates, routes, think a heap of Devoe .There' nodlffleuKy'ln paid to. obligations' and will action. I will chetrfulljr ,submit to .l' I
[but supply.the- neighbors.Within; ,the schedule and Pullman service. .Sum showing yoor ?townspeople ever be found giving encouragement their judcrnent- 1210" decidedlyobject I LM'" W.LL ON. JR, .
J radius of ", .' mer tourist rate are, now In effect to tathose.'who aNt faithful the des -: '
who
a square. '< Vrhat to. expect 'Of Devoe.-- ,<10"will ; to being those ,
BREEDING' PLACERLwUlald'oaol.lytug? all the principal resort.'throughoutthe a16 house and- cbargeof duties assigned them.> There are *o blinded by prejudice that they v'Jii.IC..: : '
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ERADICATE :
< : oountrj, with return limit October paint\ as long.; ..palnt'Utall.wtoe is. no' business or profession.. themoves t ..retJe those designatbdas ,, w;l, "STATE ]
' Do its" having not and ears :
you wan ,to eyes, see ; i\ ,
the yards, .lIoe..ol ornameptalipot all and Mountain and Sea and ; o ,
or 8 Spring 1 1.1 Individualswe.; have to accept have \ ,
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plants'and which oftentimes Shore Besort _,. c . Yours truly- the theyut. they"hear. "at.K.6.'Ia KISSIMMEE. \.. > LpRIJA.} fP
receptacle ... r ? . F W.D1vo>! & Co owes and responsibilities. of t.bl. < ,. : .o '. ' 't' >.
a.carefulhousewife aet.t.he For the First. tline> world, whether.. we-murmer-over. the .. .
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33 New York y',: . ,
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f table legs Iq 'to esoape-"he on sale to. 01'tI.I in q' trouble ; ',,TaoatAeoiel ,1. ,
; sugar 'or'ot6er.weellibfravages are .re . : they create or; gracefully ao :!'Mtlit t'pBoargtLaadWarratrts.VPetdTlbnwlUspey ..\ Bala is
t by; anM, supply . ; -.< cept present iDCOoYebleDceat.rI.ttlllr : : r'"
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I abrpedlbtplho.'for: millions s.ot .W.' I I,.' Craiir.; General Pas.engerAgent. to the future for'"redress! of,, grief : 1:5 M (orem ijr ' "Jp." < ,',
.mosquitoes '' .. .f'''' : .., -: Wllnrflngton.- N. ,,0..% We will:furnish I Stove Wood, deliv* snoes.' OUr laws arire>tod by those who 1161.one whether I" buy. i*' or gNld.ao.'Pa.'a1't" .i. .''p'd :

(,-* Standing water of ...n1.fclod,whether J. PHartselt! n.iKiA.Vf.vW.', Carr, Bred to any part of town'at' tt.OO per who are human like ourselves, and are. noti : \- la ". ....,._ .Ofl.. . '

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;.. -1 .t "!' 'PERIL: ,IN 'AAT---'-i:'BAT'B-UBOIBLATtbr-.----"" ;: 4,I -ifsfTHE- .PUBpIC:: EYE.IIENUY 1J' r"' Facts:rrL'ora

ERNOR$ DOUGLAS.'" TELLS : > / -.:...,.. ." ( .
Sick Worrier
r r (From' the New York Evening post) ;

'I Reference has .hltharto'been" made,* 1 ,""

l V BOYS :HOW'TO WIN SUCCESSto In the;'l: ndOQ'cab1. published..la this To 'Considet ,,

section lp the London Bconomiat's!: ) .
.
J Vi4w of the crash 'on the New 'York J,


}," ,- tick': to'Your.Last;". 'Says' .t.l1CT-'Cl1t- -Execu;: 1.stock mow exchange wC'hind;,and The.'aesSfverlatfor'article la lull 'JHai in-tniftiaaUmi R.cMdroCart,:-.

r of' citation &< reflecting a coaserratiye Mn. Vfnifyim't Advice I* tojrda.Iti
'. v'l tivo the IJay State, 'rind: Keep Ftutd'"far.
foreign' View. : The Economist sayst luil, IfelpfzdV
Your Ambitions Hi h.'!, that M
/It 1 Is by/no moans surprising

-, American railway stocks should have FIu'l'-Tba\ almost'.every operatUm.

bench' experienced: a sharps-reaction front the hospitals{ performed upon woman
In our
+' a place at the cobbler's ?at a mere plftnnee\VillIam! tfouglas: neglect
of
1r4 reach- neOasaryy.rough ry
high prices that were recently become
G FROM: ( risen to .the 'hJJtb .t position .in :Maseacbueette..J4iit ofUo:. vernor. ed. The powerful support that was. such ymptomaM baokaoka\ Irregular

-' nnd'hns made himself a millionaire, lie isjto-day the Ideal"successfuJ for a protracted' period accorded. ,to and painful menstruation ofb..-.uterus, letioorrhrua, pain .lathe ,

} ,man; ," business; and .politics, and has just had-H. honor ot declining( a the market hy Abe important t financial laRhrv' displacements side, burning seDsatlelllD tha.stom Y

+ second nomination, for Governor"which:. practically assured" to'hJm ..' Interest* that had large blocks of tin- ', ,S :* bearlDrdoWP pains, nervousness,

.4 Mlle rules and precepts. of euecees nre flvcli. by liliu, thepuui tlys\: Boston ,Digested securities to work off' no a :IUJ.dD"1{ and aleepleasress.S . t
.
y ' Sunday"" rules 'the'rules I longer! exists, a t} Amerlchn, They ale .that be has tried and tested;
large scale bY,1>601S that loaded. themselves the record for the lamest number: of
which have elevated him. to ,the b highest posltlort'an! the gift-of'jhls. Sidlenio-. wiULstoek In tbo belief-that absolute cure of Ia Lydia:
up
c ' rules which ,have-non for him an t'normoui fortune :* j th'p uiS'ould be Induced to' buy'at 'K. FlnkhaJn'a Vefl'etabte--ColDplJuDd:, m
t strengthens' and cures
The Govcrnor.is 1I1bo He declares that thes(rulu' are given : It regulate,
Interested s. :' reatiy; enhanced quotation has ,disease, of the female organism a*

.. for the benefit of boyilere they are: .... '.b olutel,. demoralized the market:for : notiilag else can.Fortibirtryeaka.
.J" '. .... '. the time. There, are, moreover' .."grave w 'It has'be"1ln.helpingwomen ;N

r \,. "' .' By William L. Douglas, < apl>rel\1nilobs' 01 coming" Contests between to be strong" curingbe kaehe.
'' financiersfor nerrouanesa, kidney troubles all uterine ;
GOVERNOR or MASSACHUSETTS. < groups: qt powerful and ovarian iotamtnation weak-

What' 'are the secret of success"yil\ : i t.tell.. .the boy of MngfTcTTOsetls wCatr"i the control of various railway eyw.tams. ness diaplaceroenta," regulating "
1 think delegation' bright1aoed'boye* Tie mucbTvftunted 'community. menstruation perfectly and
: they are Recently talking to a 11 ". over-corn-
r told them that they should In order to make.tJ.u most ot;lifp obey the'.old of interests'' Idea, which was.Jo bring lug 1U pain*. It baa also proYed. iUelf '&

maxim-..Stlck to ;your last" ,' about Industrial oeacei: has been entirely ,(invaluable In preparingfor childbirth,

r If ;yori don't ;ypull find that old'ogre/ called trouble bobbing( up.ln* ybur'pnth-- exploded aojj there appears to I and the change of life. A, ,

'" way every. now and then, and 7ouII:. Devtlr'lret to-be( on weaklng! term wIth 1>e only too', good reason to fear that:., 1 FL 'Tm.D.-The great: ro4nme of unsolicited . 4"
testimonials al.
'
'I'' .. and grateful on
-euocp sl:' e_ eferlot :Ha rlman part In {
the PtBkhain .T.abnraJUjry.at Lynn.,.
-at
'; Fortune; you knows, favors the bra e. :JkVcll, Inthe'battle, of life the really the: Northern, Pacific oas* may lead Mass- ,-many of which are from time. to '

y, bran man to the one with courage enongh,to "stick to his last" In the face of to fresh'. feuds and fresh conflicts. time published permission, give ab.

early rebuffs and temporary reverIe.., '1le' the fellow who will eventually. bo whlbb must lnevltably.Jia.re a serious! solute,evidence of"the value of Lydia ;

able>> to laugh at trouble and to get chummy'wlth: success. effect on the prices ot rall,6ay securities. E Plnkharit's Vegetable Compound and.
.What would you think of abO".oakt'r, who.'afjet' making part of a. shoe 'on" ' i Mrs. Pinkhatq'sadvice.: *

i one last became dUsatIsfiedrand started another shoe on a 'different lAst, keeping "Another factor which la attracting FOURTH.-'-Every ailing woman In the
up Jhls'method until be had finally: spcnfall-hls money( for stock and'had: widespread 113',tbe United United States"!I.* asked to accept. the 7
v nothing but a lot of half-finished shoes to show for It? Foolishvay 'to do. lent attention. . muT"7 -VV 'V following, invitation.... It II'Tree. will

l h It) .But It'. no more foolish than for.a young man to tackle anew line of "business States 'Is the. determined'attitude t of :::1- t .j bring you heajth and may save; .J"our'fe k
Mr. Roosevelt la regard to legislation! ROOEKS. ,
.e'fer7I1t\le\ while until be grows too old to learn 1 bnslncsftulhorougbljv? II. -
. r : . for. the bIns of railway rates. In (Standard Oil and Copper Multi-milllonnlre.i M rs,Plnkham's Standing Invltatloa rtoWom.q.fVom.nCUieringfrom

y- KEEP AMBITION A7TOp: NOTCH Febrijary last the Townsend bill,. empowering -' ."------'- % ---- tJt .._ any
1 --- .
Every thing In nature is fitted to do one thing well and spends fts whole the Interstate: commerce AN Until tlve! ox a"h1"-I'II.thl."- dignity of I form of female weakness.. invited to k'
IMPROVEMENT IN THE AX. communicate with Mrs. FlnU- :
q.' life doing It./You never hear of the ant going Into the honey-making business; commission to fix rates, was passed by posing In the front hull llttjo'cbangfewnw ,'I j' promptly ham at Lynn, N.... All letter are .

,G nor of the bee building ant-hIIiC.for a change. Each ono knows its place. In the house pf representatives, but.. received Beelw-s. belug the Instrument on made lu Its shape) The Iwplemeut 4 4received, opened read and answered' ;r.''

t r ,r the" world and stick to it, and that Is what boys' must do It they would accomplish a check In the. senate, and at which 1 I" based oneof the most Important -, hurled at the sturdy trw tllIlIlIlIy\ the 1 1 by women only': From symptoms given \\1..

'iv, V great things. the present 'moment a senate, committee industries of the country, the hrawny -ltr1lJ8 of'tlio l'ly>llgpth hock: T your trouble may be located and the \;,
i s '' Qf course, boys are somewhat handtgapped as compnrJal. with the bee anjlants. : la taking} evidence. as.to tb.'effect woodfUopper's ax now takes Its place pioneers! Is: In evl'r' )' retyoot: the same as 1 quickest.and surest way of recovery ". .;.

V ., You rile boy are not qften born with a knowledge, of Just: what kind of (that would be 'produced if.the'tm amongtha physical'culture( necessaries. tins 'done gervloe llirdiiKh! tHo sftwed- I advised, Oat. of the vast volume of experience a
last they're best atted to .1I'a1on, Bor> boy at an "early I when a In treating. female Ilia' Mrs.Hnkham ,q-\\
5' peg jirtarly -every age passed Into law. Mr. Roosevelt is'aa of the gentleman's" home.. The visitor Ing ifeneratlons' until recently, knowledge
a i display an aptitude for something, and It'l''!?) aptitude is properly' developed probably has the very \\r
: o'Jt the suburban house ardent supporter of proposal to at the may: o that will help ;your 0..... .Surel,. f t,
. 7 the procl'l.'of selecting a last Is simplified. (fix rates. . '. Moreover a mass see a shiny nlcklo plated ai, with a A 1..nu..y.lvllnll1u.lulII'I'.ntll. deviseda I any woman rich or poor, is very foolish l''
i,, 1 And remember' always to keep your ambition up to the top notch. Whatver -. of testimony directed..against the proposal hand painted' and highly polished new 0'11>("' of uxlt"IHI1ltllllt.'Il to reduce if she doss not take advantage of this. .,\;
I ,,. > you do, try to do It better than 'the'otber fellow. At school make It a point "to has been' handle feposlng. behind the vestibule friction between-the nx and the I generous offer of aaalatance.S """f;
laid before
p 'To stand at the head of your class; and at play don't be satisfied.until you can fix rates wood by reducing the l h.a i rlntc surfaceof I I -- -- Vl- - >41'',

i I : .r Y lump the farthest or throw the stralgbtest. Then when' ;yon enter business! life the senate committee, the contention the ax to a minimum. A series ofgrooves i u
_A :Oils.matter of getting ahead will become a habit being that a law embodying such a or'rei'esHi' are cut In the face

,/.. & V project! 'would hare disastrous effect of.tb ax: elose to the cuHIng edge, and S FOR THE LIVER AND :BOWELS 9

I '''r 1 r DO WHAT YOU CAN DO BEST. on the railways of the country. back of the grooves the face {tll Hollowed .y"thlnsean.gn.t. MOXLJCV'S)'LKMONavl.lXIR. .yV
Now I want to give you another thing to think about while you're growing We think, Indeed that there Is great out as indicated I In the aooompunylng 1 : It promptly......-..up Uui., B .J -1
;I:, ; up and preparing to Win fame and fortune In| the commercial world. .It I* this: fore. in the argument st the rail- HluHtratlon. Tills) 'Inno"atlo'nI" .11I&a.,,01.aU....d..n".enu...*. tlmlU .>n,th..loo..u war ."WanoH.I eudkOwaa. ,,1.. ,

% Don't try to do:what you like-do what yon can. That's n good companion-piece, way s'taat the endowment of the,Inter clal/ned/} to permit n much. .deeCer| (cut i |I. *uo a botU_a.l all drug ....,... SATE 'I '.:::;Yi

; ", r for "stick to your lut.". Don't let the attraction BOmethlnlf,you don't know *stat commerce commission with I with m more exertion on the parf-of I /.

"ft% t lure you away from the thing yon do know. Once upon a time a :young man power to> fix rates would lead -to unsatisfactory the choppcr.T-rhlladeiphla: Record: I't:.

,;,1 :whose father made pickles, and who bad learned the pickle business from A. to results. The task la obviously :
.Z. decided that he'd like to..go Into the business of making, molasses candy.. lie one'' which. would be'almostImposslDlt fthakvt V EVIDENCE- AGAINST HIM fr'
didn't know anything'about If:but lie :JJkcd molasses'candy and thought It would What the l>ench call "11' stake -- : ,

:basreatlnn to.llakeitandae1Llt*Saho proceeded.tp tryJiIhand.at-the-bu for any.tribunal, efficiently haudar1 .JUasJtaJmporani-e\ In 1 pqyc'bol-' ',. Prisoner tope THalby'C11ewMp. "'wad"'" '"
The tiaj disastrous.; Ills and lectuaUt'erfor ; considering of -Swall wlng a" Forged-Ch ck. 7
ness. result candy wasn't good candy because bodidn't ogy./ A student has given_ the frul
know bow to. make it properly and,*"therefore, nobody wanted to buy. the multiplicity of Interests 'Involved hU Inquiries Into thin .brnnch of science The Klog bounty court was thrown \4\.t'

1 finally be went! back to the pickle\ business. and made a fortune because-! certainly and the enormous extentof" l. to a Paris Journal. When a I into/ laorder I and dismay says a Seat- $;
did know bow to make good pickles and everybody; bought th'erru- '. territory served by the .railways. "of stranger does not grasp the hand :you tie/pedal to the St, Louis Post-Dts- 'r
: the United States. And;. after all.- It \ptlfh, when the-prlaoner at the bar :
Do what you can and stick.to it That's wisdom About the most striking : offer him you are entitled to doubt his
,'sentence I'remember 1* this one. written'by the great philosopher; Thomas Is not so -much high rates. as the hone ty. If hefuvorsyouIth a couple H. C. McTavlih, ate all the evidenceIn j
-
Carlyle:'' The king Is the man who can." There's" a volume -sound practice) of giving rebates, "that ,constitutes 8 of fingers you may set him down as ,the case on trial MoTarlsh was ,.a

sense contained In those seven onesyllablewords.: .All the elemento of success a serious grievance against. Illraovanxar Isaae.x. haughty. It his hand lies limply" in being tried on a charge of forging n

t ;- are there set fnrth and the whole secret of greatnha sticks ouf conspicuously American railways. The rates, aa a and Inquiry reveals the fact that the yours, he Is Mmld. If h. gives you the $15 check. The check lay on the trial; :...

from that simple sentence-"The king/ .Is the man who can." rule 'are Iowa and they :have been head ot the house 'given to chopping "ArnorlciULJ'queoze,", he".. Is alllaeioul.If'hlab.'ll table, marked -"extiblt A." McTavlsh ,r 1.gacedll1UO.J
V* V .. .,. .. sat yho was en- f 1.
,", '" beslderQls .counsel,
sV brought own'to'theV 'pre.Ft level -down'tree. TTcrymorning before sHi>'Hiwflyh-is-lndolent;
:_ ,EVERY: ,BOY :KAY| "BK 'A KINO i not. by, Interference on the part of breakfast. If, perchance be Is nom but if he IS good: loyal, sincere, "wellImlnuepil . 'm 1luc a WltDU'-' ,fc*

It Is posssltle for all yon boys to be klngsfprovlded each fits himself toddo the .tlte..but by tbo .pressure of inated for road supervisor, or some,similarly mentally and physically: he for the'prosecution.! J ,

+ urea one thing better than others do It:. But you must work and study and per.ever. .competition.': On the other' hand th6 Important office!, he baehis photograph lets you gave a grip, ample, firm, modest .. The case was going aealost Me- ,
kV. ..'' You can't Inherit kingships from your'fathers: you must win thorn In advantages afforded to", the taken In the act of wieldingthe and! yet genial. These! simple In- Tavlsh when- his eye fell on the check. 1-
special -
competition with the world. As to how to go about this, every,"boy' will haveto corporations that own private ax. and (J-ln published In the local structlon should In verj/helpful the which was about to be Introduced: in t

work out the problem for himself. There Is no fixed rule for determining the wealthy piper for, the edification of his constit making of npw acquaintances; and thi evidence Lake a half-starved man.
cars, and to the proprietors terminal . and--with, a look of hunger in his eye. i''
methods .
capabilities of any boy and the that will convert one bundle of human, ,uents. _c"\ choice pf fI.t'pdl.-l.onolou Chronicle _
tracks constitute In' effect substantial ... the prisoner "e hlblt. A"
t, material Into a successful! business man may prove a total I failure whey applied : pounced upon '
rebates,. and form, a gross. end chewed It to pulp. "
;, to the next parcel. Boys In their dispositions and possibilities} bear a striking ,, -
resemblance to toad Did :you ever poke a toad to make It jump? If'you did abuse: It Is contended, and appar ADMIRAL ]ROJESTVENSKY.( With soulful satisfaction be, gulped ;
r y'rr then' you know that you can never tell what direction or bow far'toads: will ently with 'reason that theVlaw aa it It down. The prosecution was la con. ,

;; jump until after they hue been poked. And'It's the same with boys. We never stands Is adequate to deal wltht this'' ." aternatlon for its main piece'or evt- 'I} j f:

know what a boy can do until after ho has been tested. But we're sure of one and other. abuses, but that plea has deuce was toner and demanded that a A

tbing.""and that is this:. If a boy chooses his last In the light of his,ability-. and la no wise diminished the. determination . stomach' pump be used forthwith.. .' ;t'
ie. J tleka to It through thick and thin; he'll win out In {he end.psH of Mr. Roosevelt to carry if he While the lawyers argued p.ro and con.
the, prlsonerle'almly picked his teeth ,
,
; can, legislation of a more stringent
v0 '.DeatIIoef OI..san7'. ih..cbh.. it '. A..Cotr* tl/_. Ha discover r a with a whittled match plainly the ,
} It .wants.wonderful'" o.. read of'the Senator, Dubols.of Idaho tells of the he type.ha. .overestimated. . may the forces that behind master of tile albra ev,.. The defense :".

death of a daughter of the Highland case of a miner I In that State who had ot argued' that the ball of paper In the
r Chief who "was the original of FergusJIacIror been reported as dead by a number of the 'agitation. for the fixing defendant' stomach could In no wise t'
'; In:"Waverley.". Mrs Forbes the Idaho railway, 'r.t.b, a state tribunal be construed as documentary evidence :
newspapers.It
I' mother of SIT:William Forbes of PltsUgo would< appear that the.mlner bad but the disturbance that must Inevitably ; 1.'ta h? and t that a dismissal was prop t

;:.whobas-jn, .t died at the age of TC-fceeB.\'nl&-of humorr-for-with refer supervene. while a. struggliIf er. "*

1 .elgbly- pur, was a daughter of Alexander enceto'an* obituary" which Iaprogres.i'nDort.. -tohavaan- The-tase"ot.the, ..tateof'Waablng7:

'r ? MacDonell: the sixteenth( chief of appeared In a Boise City paper the alleged adverse effect on the market. for railway foB against' II. R. rfoTarlah is now In v
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'Glengarry, who was an Intimate friend dead man addressed the 'editor securities. .V tatu quo pendiD the untangllrtg'of'the /

+, G of Scott, and there are many refer- with a view'to correcting certain misstatements "General Industrial conditions In legal question Involved from the .f.

',, s ences to him In liockhort's delightful' In the said obituary. the United States appear to be favorable a' ,,a+ "1'' I II defendant's impromptu luncheon.. x,

,-" t biography of his father-in-law.1 "Glen '"My dear air," wrote he, "relative to though indications 'point to the .

v 1" garry" was the last highland chieftain the obituary myself: appearing In iron and stee) boom baring reached.' 'WANTED {

V 't TV wbo -kept: up the ancient customs your J8suejj the .i d_ ultimo.-( JL'-b- :1ta- lgheet -poln.fot( .She present,,.. 't" k S ro .t j/, >M tE TO SLEEP.Cmlotia ,. .
--TI..b.r-81101ltd----. -'-
> as far as possible;apd be always: -
Y leave to call your: attention to several has to be remembered however, that .
F na. Such llvclra
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traveled in befitting state errors, therein. In the. first I r -" .
place the quotations; of stocks are already '3> 1 M Yy i - -- .
attendance. 1 Q V F h
of clansmen In r
was born In.Massachusetts In A minister curious
speaks of the effect
Is
high and though It generally a V
V i; ", H dted ta 1828, leaving bis Immense .X
Rhode cause
"Island secondly, the V of hopeless task to forecast the immediate Y4 r of Cirnpe-Nuts food on htm and :.'
.z property heavily: encumbered. Ills son my death was not heart dlseaso.Collier's. ."- at how It has relieved him. '
future of the American railway
emigrated to Australia, '
and ,accessor
' and the estates ofXJlengarry and, Glen- L market investors will do well to JV'VI "Von will doubtless underiitsnd how ;
., we' the suffering! with Indigestion with q':
the factors to which
quolch were sold In. 1810 for .l-0,000 Ma"eaI natrnmcnU.. appreciate
' which fused to be troubled made !\
V r'- to the late .Lord Dudley (them Lord "1. see that.a committee from the,Albany have drawn attention. They will '. h : work an almost 'unendurable burden.my J

.Ward), /rent wb m' I -ey"were afterward Musicians' Union line called on probably, indeed, be well advised In I and why It was that after Sabbath :
E my; ,7
by MtfTEdward EIIlco American- stocks alone .p;
purchased
the United Traction Company, said a leaving railway duties had been performed sleep was J.
9 ("th.JJear"), and they :flow belong totU young father'to me ,this morning, "to until the''outlook becomes clearer: a stranger to my pillow till day-: .1
nearly
': daughter-in-law. Scott,, described I ask permission1, carry oil the cars And eve*the. speculator who' usually I light.
Glengarry as "'lI4vage.nd! lcturcaque.*. i their bass viols and bass drums.' If finds Ills opportunity' In 4uctuaUo.gmarkets"Is t Y "I bad to be rery careful as to what ::6
,London Truths. that Dce..lon'ls' made I*.shall Insist on dangerous- ground' I .
._ V ., ate, and even with all my care I experienced -
G 1' V on Being allowed to.Cake my baby car- :here sine the American market ,is
: ,A *:.....*. 1l ,cJUl.f, poignant physical: distress Ji,
purtwblte riage on board. They both comeld r subject to sudden and vHolenfipasmB, after mIll11s..nd my food never. satis. fJof
Picture to yourself a radish the head of music and are both 'public the result of wfr&.ipu11fD'bind the Aedme. ' -. ,
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the size of a baseball or.larger firm ; a. ,,
1 ; necessitiesTheirs: is instrumental
:J I : of which the 6uts1cU "Six months have_elapsed t !1<
scenes, I
K' < publio since began -
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radish.; .
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and solid.; Such 1* the Japanese music while mine Is vocal."-Albany '- -:.
f Cur It,' and' you find It baa the con Journal: hare no means-of obtaining tp? slightest Vice Admiral ftojestvensky-commander of the Russian lialtrc! 'fleet destroyed to use Grape-Nuts food and tbe ( .
benefits I
> I ..'.:.istency of 'a Baldwin apple,:firm and knowledge before: by'Togo, won the SL Oeorgo's Cross for bravery In the Tutklsh war V definite. hare I derived from It are very' "f

,s fine grain; taste aid It proves to be : Ml..prae Sl kn.". tv when with a small gunboat.he had the hnrdihe Ml'to attack-a Turkish battleship no I longer suffer from Indigestion ti'ra
and began to
V ,away ahead of the most delicate spring To 'the present science has proved and then get safely away. In appearance\? : "he .is said to resemble the the time improve from. "
1 radish that,ever paasod" ur ups It .powerless to 'cope.-with that strangu BOBBIE'S SAD FUTURE. late Admiral Sampson of the American .'avy -table. I find Grape-Nuts appeared oa our : ,'
.during malady the Visitor -------------- --- that by eating a dish of
..vftlltbrlre> At any season. the .Ieeplllslckne.! ; The -Why are you' crying so ;: it after'
ly'N growing year; It. may be'trsusplauted! able.CpbysI 1ans,-n tonl1 of Belgium Gobble **_ out of the melee I my Sabbath work' Is done (and '
or,left'alone; It Is a. good to eat when but.of England, Franca and Germany, Bobblef-Boq ooJ! 'Cause de Rus- A always do so" BOW) my nerves are ,
J 'I ,In bloom as In:'Its'!!: younger days,' and bare studied the disease exhaustively.." Year, an.- JaSa are bavin' a war. ing quieted and rest and refreshing sleep y

":" r one.: radish will provide, balk enough Though much valuable data relating-to Visitor-What kind-hearted. little abl/ At are insured me. I.feel that I could not .b.

V VV for three:'or\four people or more. -Carle It* cause and effect! bare been collected boil'BobbleAn'boohoolsome! the b arguing before esl.bly.de without Grape-Fnts( food. .
:*.*ayr V the discovery of tf..antldote tobe'.as i ',' JI re- BOW that I know-Its nlu It..la inraJ '"
_- -MaeIllne.; .. soems !day Anawefs, ,
q; ; : .- .- : far, off t -ds7 ever.From.'The bare' te'r In ." : to the rlably.on, onr'taWe-'we: ,, feel ,that we1 $
> -' ae. 'I'n study a o\lt ft sjbool ; '
rr ; ; ; Wh."'L..o... ,BUM,, Story ol the Co JCJ.i'ree State," -Tudae: . ,;"' 'na'R. a herd 1"0 need It to! complete thernealrandopr'children 15,;
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II ,". .' will eat' .
Wack;:: \ honor Grape-Nuts when ,
'lA fjk. wVii-kaovn p""I'1e1an'11., observed'that by Henry Wellington .. '.: I I: 4 ; ;' among' they cannot be persuaded to touch anything .
to *
V;' thing that can happen to if ,: "
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.the.be't "
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.V'a' Ban' witq dlabetesisnosto' find It United 'StalesBptisnl I.. Covert;;' 'otLyon'ranee , Germany Is able to fe>ed about".nlne- seem > al him-sererelyr Co.. Battle ebieJL Name given, b7/' Postum tThere'ea '",

., y 4 put,:and"''tuVsame might rb. *aldwIQi : .reports"tbatl-the European : ' tenths ot. her nearly, ;1G0,000,000'a 'the fwater;". be re Creek. tlch. y ,

"." some Justice of. a nadiber of disease.*.- 'orojige ,crooTl, *.'.almost.acorn.plate habitants"on.the. product' . of her 'own more '' .*e extracted la reasonr11'the famous little .' -.t S;;,
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+i., EespltaL. ., *oH< t. V Bond to WeUrUle. ," la'etch Pk&7 V- ".

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(R N Ne NNe' ....NM..NNNN.NNN.N ,Mr. Newedd. --Well, we *....,begin .-

i Droll Stories alac hou..heeping.Adi_ presnai*, tUelmpl..c'1 f
tKe
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< >1aJa wUl.bo for mee to give

; Passing Moment you a regnlar.amoant every.week for
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expenses. Just what It
figure.up. will Y' L
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**** 7 Mrs _e44-J1 could, never' do }

.. ..., that In 'the :-
-,'-- -' -- wof-ld so many things l

fUEED IutGLT. ALLTHAT WAS COSIINQ,, to count you know: bat *letme-a**.

'e I Pat took Mike top cathedral and In Frankfort Ky., la a,qua l.t.char' Oh I have' Ut I ba....' thought'ot.a _, ,

l'- .r' sought to-Jmprens upon him. 'the beau: deter named Eteldel Hopkln*.; -whoonce i muc11 simpler plan." f "f.' Op OflEI

. r tie! of the structure. galped l local tame by dlsoorerlng ."All rtghtmyangsl'Wbet[ Is,Itr"

f Mike.. duly impressed,., -exclaimed: !. apiece.. of broken traok and: /Rugging! "Tou Ogvre: up.what.!it will coat you
t' a "Pat this balsa the'dlvlt1 an'exeursloQ,train Injttme to save dis. tor': tohaooo,< tram fares, and lunghay 'I. '
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Pat replied: ""Sure that's wh. If* aster. 80 It was decided to present and siTe. me the rest," 50
1 b 2
tntlnded "t" >
+t for."
'
Bceklel!
with
- N a gold watch., The bead '
, .THE UONB IRISH STATE.-- of the presentation committee, '8proacblQg Hundred. ef;1 -all.Waftt"" Wark..;: 1 SIioe.ftIIi 1 tk. STYL1Ss WOMAN'S Fmrito.It .

, iI' The Germ n banker of Cborrii street said: "Mr, Eceklel Hopkins wUb, if 1*a the grave desire bow.of John L''Bresnaa'Iedfsn.agent at Mutt Ber Worn. to. ''0* ,AppINSIST' Jr .

f fore to tnll the the good of Pine: Ridge agency, baa seat aclrcuj,
story of the two Irishrten people Frankfort that yon -UPON HAVING IT.. .
.". .. who discussed tbo "nationality of shall In recognition of your'valor and, lar broadcast' '" tie.Westara: country. -< ''i li

,the American State" RaId Cat: merit, b*' presented with this watch stating. that be' has at :lila 4J.poaalllOG' : I7'"lfA atOtfY*Atfk.. ,r.AN"AI.WAr.JU.r

, t, firI "Faith; an' bo Jabber. If thin! grate which they trust will ever remind-you able bodied Oga-lUJa. Sioux Indiana ..00..07'" 04..0V." .AND .HOC a ,
i oonnthry ain't-orernin wld of their,undying tr1eild hlp." who"want employment for the 1 ,
th' Irish, Wljhont
an' jit'out thalrty-two Stati-s.ln, th' the least emotion VizekleJ ejected from season, He calls Ute .a.ttntlaJl. i",ol] ,3 rnl r1 iwr"min 6J1t.! ,. w Union' hRi' hid mouth .xontrjictoTB to the fact that theaie ....01)
not wdn an. IrUh namA"!! a long stream'of tobacco _.....,.,PtM. actor SXCLVSIVISTS'
t' "Sure an' per wrong" replied ,)lIk4'. Juice took the watch, from'.Its hand-- are good wOl'ke1'l.' .T.uey: will work a0ratjvoed .
V,
(' I fWbafs the 'sn/tier old O'Uogonr- some case turned It over and over In ,, grading, ditch 'dlc&1DC.. sheep e T.VOUIS. U. A. ; (
"
,w [ New York rresM.r: "' his wrinkled band, and 'finally asked herdingof ranObllg\ .- -"' i iI . r
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with the utmost naivete:,"Where's tho -- r ..
'tt t.;. .. NEW: WEBSTEH STORY "" cha1n?"":', FITSpertnanvntly!' '! rel. NO(It*'Of l
.
" .e ,w-- nmw after nnt <,,,,,'IIPI.e fDr:
c'' Il.epreKentatlvc 'Kyle: ..of, Ohio;, sninits )- I NerV n..it6rer.V3tral( bottl1Id tr.! rlM
;. '*, ,thl*. a* a lIew'c04 Vcbster. NO REST FOB JOHN. Dr.It.H.KLI! ..Lt&.981'A.reh St.. De"Gua-l :
i' ; f v" tory: V. -t A -farm laborer-,we.' ' 1- Is
r .NoabWebsterwas working In a. .-The 9ag'ef'Au.tria-Uungary ".. 1Say Plainly to Your Grocer .
.. catf it-by bU field by tbe roadslJe'oue' cold day'wbenacJ.rgwaucame I Id March e. 1869.;- .- :. -T : :
n- ; -kh.h1r-a-mft.fd. '... .
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n n. > along the road !In..' . '
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:. I' V "NoaJi.I'm aurpniged.." Ills'wife said. I .topped to apenk to him. I o..fnri.j cart=1A.---'; - -- - ---- -' - '" .. stlDA''CUtp.

}; Tush. tusuT my dearl How often "rienty- w'?liTrpr.you( this weath) 'It.. tbe only cure for Swollen;Amartla:' ';['ha\ you: :wLi N"COFFEE-alwa-rs; andTie ? .. :

;i:.' have talked to you of the nlcetle"of er, John!" be called out. '' 8"0110.k Tired,AobU g'tor.Hot Allen's:Sweating root-Feet.Corns xa.., apowdarlobanakenInto and being a square man will'I not try to sell you anything +. :
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& the English language? replied theem'- "Ahi" said John, "1 don't know"when theshoe'.Car..wh11.you else You may not care.for our; opinion, but I _
a Imrraftsed N nb. "You ire riot'sur- I don't have to work, no matter what' walk. At all Drngrfat and Shoe Stores,B5O. e \

'a ).)rlse<
f .. "That' hard John said the clergyman I of housekeepers who bate ii.edr-LION COFFEE the great Skin Cure,for preserving V.)
;'-but wait till you get to the place The tricolor) of France date: fromtha: purifying,and beautifying/ skin'
41' A "PHIL" revolution of 1780. for over quarter: of a century ? )
SHERIDAN JOICR.: of rest then you will have no work to for the of
I- the cleansing scalp crusts'
General l "Phil1' She do." Mra.Winslow's. I* there any .tronyxr;proof of merit, than '
-Idan
ry' ,I wna at 'one Soothing;Syrup for Children, scales, and dandruff;and the stop':'<, h
; tlme-aaked at what' little Incident did "JJump ?! crumbled.\ .. JoU.n, "3'ou'needn't 'teethl.WottenthsWUw ", ,,_In9amma- of of half ',
ethoreswtndooiierae.abottleWalter Confidence Ole.People' ping .falling for'.softening ,
tlon.allaya .
he
laugh roost. .
tlif ; : tell met! Tb'ey'll find a Job" for "
., ''Well.1? he said, "'I do notknow, but John never fear! It will be: 'Now, Rolhachlld has a zebra which he ,; 'anCever Increasing poyalarftw'T white lng.and soothing. red,rough

I always laugh when I think of the John, polish up tbo' sun? 'John, you ha.I'broken_ to. barnea LION COFFEE l caurcladly SM-' and-sore hands, for baby rashes,

ts. *f Irishman arid the army mulo. I,vas might bang Out 'the stars!? 'John, be Ploa!- Ooreiauait be too UcUy spokea teeter at the plamtsitloii. Upped Etchings, and chafings/ in the formof '

riding.down the line one day when I quick; now,, and light up the moon!I' asa ooagh our*.-J. W.O'-''''', 822: Third .,' :direct to oar vavUwsi factories" bath .for annoying,irritations ;

i ,aw an Irishman mounted on a mule No no, parson! there ain't no place of trans. N., Mtnueapoll. 111&... Jan.i.liXM. >Where It b Irnifnny roasted( and and Inflammations or undue per;"

r which was kll'kluR'U" less rather' free I i rest for Zahn.Rrm'd'fdorn.CROCKETT 'The -oldeit flag ia-.sri iat*pee 'is- ba' of '"h earetupypackedta.radedpeekapttsmlftce cpiratlon, in the'lorm of washes for"

.. ly.' Tho mule finally grot' Its hoof 1 Denmark. loose coffee,vtiletiIVexpoeed 'weaknesses,"and for

k : AND .TlfE JlULES. ...... .... V r.. .. '
O.orgls.tn.
ex-'itpment When Iavy'CrOC'kett sat in the Xa ) 8. E. Kennedy;; ,tone of the oldest and .eta LION COrFEEreaeJies.yon which readily suggest themselves,
<
hr a' .4.11. brgorrah, It you're gola' to best known"Dane fa-Georgia states thai '' t ...
eel on l for
tlonnLLcglel8tur well
e as at Representative as as aU.t the'putpos<<
and
i % cleaut tS' oft.
all aswnca
111 In ber experience with bowel trouble
; let off / ,
. o'f the Stq e of Texas he had and children .1. the the toiletbath'and.nursery.MALSBYJ&. ...
I, I many teething, Dr. Blgirer: Unokle- .JU'ldt. factory; 'Sold only In . ..::
of berry Cordial the bent .. .... _.. ' s clajihes.wli)i men more education remedy. ls " .t1oe o..
. TIMEAND SETTING: tlE bnt less, wIT than.bimselt. It Is told of Bold by all Druggtota, 35 and Mo.bottle) a 0. .e11b.. paekages. ...... ._____..1....,.._ .. __, .' ,

f' An enterprising salesman from one: him that,one day while, standing la "Charit "v a multitude of .foe. but Li -bead 'on every"package.. :" ':
f of the large dUN went to a certain 'ru front.of his botel on Pennsylvania avenuo'jswarm U dean. e-remora them. e t o
theM
,t '- ral community andend..avor'd to sell)) of mules trotted by under ... -- Sa" laion-lyad* for TsJuobl* premiums;. .

\ an incubator to ji farmer... His tbe custody of A LOVELY COMPLEXION GROCERSEVERYWHERE' .'
{ argarnenfs an overseer from one of SOLD BY ; 41 Sooth b-
: f forsytli St. !
did not make any impression the stock farms In Virginia. A Congressman Alanf,6a.( ,

r upon the DlO'l uJturllt. Khtnlly, n. a front Boston "who was stand WOOLSOH. SPICE, :.()(),., Toledo. ,.Otto.I . '.
L clincher in favor of UU up-to-date Improvement log near by; attracted Crockett's attention : Mew Teak Lady r.... That gnry. Wo..u :>Y*
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he exclaimed Map' Haw Jt by V.ia.Cattnra t
: to the unusual sight, saying: a
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"Look at the time It wllf saver "Hello there.. Crockett; here's a lot" Seep.Aln .
The former squirted a mouthful ofJojbacco of your constituents on parade. Whereat : H. llciehenbcni. wif ,of tbe ir U- W N 'C' fi.E '8 '"TLEADER" -I:, R
_... known jeweler! 01'' MS Kalton St.. Mew '
Juice on the ground before replyln'fcvanjtbeq they going?"
\0.-- > ..said... 'with.-provokingcalmnes Th&celebratedAunterJglrke&aL1be_ York, ...,..: "I bad a friend who w.j -REPEATED", : sHOTGUN SHELLS-. .

-I ,, <<: anfmal-- with a qulzclcal glance and. --J1'-1>l'Ottd-el-hu-o maplnioll_ -Whea-. ;';Carefully-inepectedahell5Ftbosbbet? :oLPowdeL: ,
-- .
"Ob.what's; time to a u tUn' ben!" then other 111')''& gave her such- a brilltent and Portabl* .o l JSt.Uon ry
turning to the sail quietly! ly eomplfttion, she ,.pllf 1 'A ,hc ;shot and'wadding, loaded by'macbines.which. t
. Tbat\ settled tbe qfleotlon. No Incn' bat with great emphasis, "They are voraac can b. sure of a 640 akin if Juat-I give inV&rlatile) results Count for tale superior Engines'Boiler: *;
bator was sold.- rf'r"* Weekly. going: to Massachusetts tb teach will do'u 1 clo, tin* plenty'of t.' ; _;,
*. school"Harper's Weekly.AN . Soap! and water: k'he insisted that 1 Ity of Winchester 't.e.der..nd Repeater"Factory : Saw Mills,V, '' ''

A POLITE REQUEST; low her sample which 1 did-with ' Loaded 'Smokeless Powder' Shells. .

lit, In tire suburb of Baltimore there 1 I. EYE: TO_ THE: FUTURE.: etfnrictionY 1 Mod that cutieura'aap: ANfALL[ : KINDS'.OF.NACNINERYCornpleb .
and penetration
keeps the skin 'soft, white'and clear, and I Reliability, :velocity, pattern r
; u In ancient; glue.factory that at times Congressman M& ell.. of 1'hiladet.. Kea Carried.. .1'0011 ftW "
- -- ------- prevent Tc4nM. and, rouchaeta.' C' I
: determined
are' by..Cien : apparatusand '
q'' flood the surrounding scenery with an phi,, in an address-to' the National ,"" \- T --'- ? ,IMXZDtArl ZLiY6Jlr :_ .(1 .

. wrt r, jKlorjtranyejmd! far front sweet. A UnarJsmen told a story Illustrating- **" ('*rJ )deers, o|j.:..njrtTr' .. Ali, rues. *'.wo re,' -practical .experiments. They ;are". f fI BMt ttmbltttrf.fewest Trees....BM T.rm4 '. ;-:

qqq-'J rstreet railway flue! runs'pa.tthcbUfd; -complications of civil and military' -fermi. ,ate-_-rnisWat--th ni-Tfor-\I Miit. Tti-E' SHJEI.L8 THE CHAMPIONS I 8HOO.TIf WIIie: 'u., for.cAtelojru. prices, ;

lag, and one day last summer when the'I' life in the citizen soldiery Mr. Mor- Car.. Blood r Ix .,.CBB_, Ulmmn., I etc.. before buylnr. : _,:V '
; place was Indulging a wild outburst rail was" colonel of the Third Pennsyl. If yon haN oll'eDII"o 'pllllpl.. or' emptlons _
of Inglorious Incense" an open car vania. ness Id: ulcers oa any pars of the body, aah.
palled In one of the sriSft'of which satan' "My regiment was marching down lag bone or joint) failing bmlrt muoou S- yon hare been told yow cannot lire. BAD :B'/
swollD' skis Itcbe
Pktaha glands, ant
.$t Irish laborer and. a*'mIddle-aged Broad street. In the ran of an Immense'and bums, ore lips or .,am., wUlaa, festering .that TOOT ifUneaiie b locnraUado] : not de- .

'\ a ( lady Tile Iflsbman' 'feature: expressed magnificent parade, 'when ea1"1' sores, ab.rp. iramwlnir palm, thenyou Buffer Bpalf I I'a JUT a large f1 bottle of Checker -
> unutterable Walnut street It became 1 from venous blood poison or the beginalOLgit .and tie ee Meet '" ,
t. things and the necessary to watch reanJL Sample bottle free, "te.j1eM RM .
of deadly You .bo :
'\ lady sniffed diligently at: bottle.:'ofamelllng push the; people back a little The1 oared qaooer.by taking; Detente may Blood prnaneatly write today-TOII'U'forget it tomorrow.MEDICArDEPARTMEHT .'- .

..1 __-- salts The' cap came 'to a ropes bad broken at this point and the Balm (B. B. B.> read4 otffxilmUy to 'ear the fW"7 5.-2" ."...
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slap; the glue rioted worse than ever, people quite unintentionally encroacted wont blood and skin dle*.w.. Heals er ery -- : ::':" .

1 :: and the son of ErIn,could'stand it no on tile line| of the parade. a ore* 9; wUlDO. .
.TULA** UNIVf KSITV OF tout Ie..A. COTTON GINS _
. Longer ;"Excuse me mum" he said "I assigned a handful of young privates Botanic Blood Balm' era all malignant It* avaniaa Ice practical Instruction, btfc.. : : .' 1i
i humbly as, le doffed his hat "but to helnt..... police handle tbe blood troubles. seek,, aa aeaama,, scab and In ample .bonloft.. end abundant.. boepilaiOat.Aets ''r.... raP' .J

might I' ask ye to put the topper In crtowd. and one private, stationed near .aoalea, pimple.. router aores, oerbanelaprotaia to the geese a. KaAtr'HonpIt Free.! with sec.*u Iwa Ie *.1.M and i11t.1oweli'e1'rlaee : : : .'
Dnga1..1 per large bottle, a .*.100 ..."_tAI annunlly. Sp.rtel instruction la BELTS
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{' that there bottle me; I kept xny eye onUe got every >o:U.. tl.50.6 bottles .5. expree* prepaid. .1v..n Icily *t the b.d.l .1&,. body back except a.fat man. This person To prove II cure, aampu-ol Blood Balaaent cost tan ten ."..1_ Oetab I*)ih. I BO*. Foreataloirii
.. and iBformatlen adtfi,... QAIfTT'lt MOMEr.B: OKABBD OIMIConpletely :
Ire and
1 NAPOLEON OF BUSINESS. did not move. :_ prepaid, by writing Blopd Balm ego.. ...... CTHA1I.I M. .., Dear: doe away with the bnwH bell and I IPu1J
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'; t. mother ." 'Private.- said I, 'put that fat. man Vot.tlaDtai; Desedbtroubl. and tnemeG1cJa1a.hloe P.O. U..r. ...... ..aw OKI.KANM.: 1.... 7.. Tbl mans aalliifaeilan. Tim and '
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;t ( A certain widow tbe of aev- back. sent letter. I money red to you In Winning oolton.rnul .
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ua) children and the custodian of n- <-128.05) e .
i lly No'Wear.O.l.5 It.
Count CaMrini the Russian Ambassador .
be t
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says'
can't gei beck the -
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dog which bad been left long with We us-ranlee aatlifaetloil, Write for
"' 'U pusblng iwesre a aingl eyeflas ; p -.J\\__.. . ID
the LOOKING FOUWARD.By .
crowd and iilntrated
dos anewered "
prtvate catalotru
c ; sundry-debts, by tbe late; tuxhand: be-: ? ...........-...-........
Ever .. ... some future) railway gepius OAIKTT.MVO.' cop :1.aasa.0.; .. w...__ ... .,,
Trlid (1011' T. III.
. _came so that eAe could hardly I War* . "S1ii ,,
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-ri poor:: hit --...... -' ----- ,'- ."T ., ::=... ... ....._ _i" .
teed thTchHdrenrfo' say nolfilng of-a --PjityourjnuskftbuU chest'said lt b a bU-kiowa fact tbat even the' The record wm all be- broke .' bsure...-- -"' ".'..' .. .
4' healthy cur. Therefore she decided: -to I; 'and force him hack. Ydu"are, -Sent-o( hIt.. iinotmake.really, He'll a-nolselesswhlUe "" .-.u.c aec_*C..,Cklesde es M.T.'Ire .,.-:;
I good. coffee without the .
oft .ell-the.dog,"or;. falling In this to.give the' Stronger.' ' terials. j* baring proper ma ,And discover smell-las lmoke.WuhlnctOa' ftXTINE JUitJJU.ULE. TEM HHJUM iQgt.
task Teg, said the private 'I l know I'm : The will ITBYBB make.it with coffee of Star. '
//r:( It awry The dedicate. of negotiating .. r
the sale of the dog was entrusted the ._strotager, but be'. the foreman_ four doubtful oricin- .adulterated.. queerly I TOILET BUSINESS I '
4 shop.'." bUrided, andMMiblr dirtylcoffee! hat hut .. ,
r' to the eldest son, a boy of ten year i nerhao. been mixed UD with all kinds of . 'CONSTANT ''ACIf'INC, ANTISEPTIC \ \,'"

...\1;'t lie. left early In the morning and returned other. -thing* on th. counter. ; the : EDUCATIONSCHOLARSHIPS
. package" Back aches iponi'Tourr! :
JJut let then tV of Lime
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-.-' - late in the erenlng. _"Wel!, REJOINDER _CorrKEtb purest pod cleane.t-snd the' appeUIe,wearies the body,-worrlea the FOR WOMENtfsaMia .., :---..;...I ---- : {:t..134 .''
, -, ;:. asked, the mother "did you ICtbe band nniwreally need throughout the Uai-' mind.::-Kidney cause It alf and wltt Of peeoiUr U,-- FDj E '
I. dog?" "No." replied tbe youthful.Napof line'fence,\and one of the participantswas ted'BUte! for ever twenty-fir year*. >bll- Kldnei-P111sreije,. i'oan't \Mk-- .
hetesgDINuaaestlwdlerwger.
m-of bu"lne s-VtuLUUtc' "'ded It for on trial for assault with a deadly. ions drink it. dlil,.sad fet the best result and It.It. . ainfml.(tee* aiaebacga: hells /UlUmirutlaa aa< local Coo tala nUe* aw* -1 K.5.4. N M' ,
1 the The if it i. madein the following -Fl'T.U eure ___,*.....leooonkoaaaa* aaaalatarrk.DM .
a/ six weapon. defendantwlen
finest you ever raw the
oil pup one and you will evverwant to B '.. .. .... .. DRAUtHON'S.;
McCarver is powder bra a* Be < >. la 'et
,1). JYhat happened :thereafter Is not recorded case aeemed'to be gulag against Mm,; try say other'Drabdo,(soiree':: ' of. 2O1 'CberTJ' .8t.; wn and i* .winoil. ueh_ bialing. m'ladal* ,.j

,'. ,,if.. but since then poverty end an Introduced: al a witness. a man of somewhat BOW TO MAI.C OOOD 'bojnme.UM Portland.; Ore.-In: ., eennmnkal' thaa Uoiild< Ki.nlHca"""av.u'L: PHICHCAL; BL'SfttM- C8LLEATLAMTA. /'" I

(\+ excess of dog appears to bar gone shady reputation, who swore that (40H Oorrxc.= twcaaie to- et 6t spector of freight V TOILET for rpb.tdrrggl.ta51.0 mpccui.<..*.*-**.ua.-. _>\ MOKTCOrTCar.. ''COJ.UKB1A., \>ri>.
hand IP hand. ' the plaintiff htd.prorokrd the ftgbt. -..111IImwot OM toe ben *off.... for tbe"TranaCouUnental Trial B.. .r.rtH.a Wes "'aifoxviuc OAR, woa.T'.-

) :, . The prosecuting attorney proceeded ..:-.grind__. yea ,'iJoir1.Uarm ' .0liE. ' w u** a "UbiMpooniui to eacn cup ana one Ool says: mUooat 10S mlMpeiledwpnUii _iplalnin*) .
SAVED. HIS LIFE. toeOeu-examine: .-%:- I extra tor tile pot." First mix tt'with a I "I used' Doan'a Kidney ,THE-DAISY iI.Y / ILLERs=!= .that w* *Tlv. i away ABaOL.UTJLt
group of Conjn6tinen who happened Now, sir| be said "" swore that little cold w'iter. enough to make a thick Pill for backache -- M mo'a I <
t.. you saw this fight from your house : paate, and add white of an en (if egg >a toseed a"-a.
to l lYe at the,capital during a re- and other Moet InetruetlT* contest TT conducted
p b then tallow
I as settler), one of ,
Is that ? .
right
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F' cess of the National Legislature helped the tollowin.-rule: _a,_. symptoms pf ,kld- r ,Scotia, contains hundreds of letter fr ea.banker .'
and business >
men giving *o
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r h to while away. the time by exchanging "Yes. 1st-.Witt boiling water r-Add boiling nay trouble which w.In a-s.:w on* wbjr you'should attend one of IX"f. '
s -: ; and one of the statesmen from "I will ask: you haw far It u from water and let it boil three minute only. bad annoyed me for :=-=y.:: .B. XI. '1"wbo fall to get free eobol- '
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your house to( the spot where the fight- Add a little cold, water and eet side DT. fs..i o archlp inns aa ezvlalneel In booklet. r....i r
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1d -Peinisylvanla' told this one regardinga took plaeeT' minute to cattle Benra promptly.. month I think a .10 cent for each mle-epellnl {Word fou..... :
constituent. This man, who lived In 3d-With, cold water-Add tour cold cold was reeponsi'y ::::-== Let u* tea you all about our Teat. *dtteatlonal -'
t A one of the mall town of tho Keystone "It's flfty yards and about two'(eet""Oh weter-to the pu.* '&It d brine it to a'boiJ. ble for the whole < Ms. a aeu.aeaaa*-. w s. sn.>. ._-' SEpaatlso 1, eeoteet and our '
; you've measured it, bar ?" Then set aide, add a little cold water, and '. I GREAT'SUMMER'DIS000NT.OUR ,
i State;. was appointed naval ofticer: .at "Yes sir." you in fire minutes it'. ready( to ........ trouble It seemed to ettleAln) my kidney .
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u the chief port In tile State. He immediately Dold'TS. ' *, Doan'a Kldney ryi \ rooted. ,It. '
"What did yon do that for" TBBEK ; SPECIALTY w'}
tt' packed up UU bolottglftgB'and& out.- It 1 la aevp'ral month since I used
.himself In' the metropolis "Well I thought:tome foil l lawyer, Ttan't boil It too t long. them.arid up to dote! been too tioriauct and Ip e** '
i eottMlthed Don't let it: stand more than .tea minute tbere'bas .raph'CoIIm, ) 3- 4 s:
would ask me the --cfuestlon, and I trnl.Ky.oprnth.whclrwr.tad.arau *
recurrence -
end of the trouble. '
'of Commonwealth. At tbe before aerruif. .
tbe enter Uma Catalog fees
I wanted to hare' I it JUlt'rlCht." boiled any Tim twi dollu skirts (for fin .ellars., ,
four year the Administration changed Don't use water that-bas been before Doan'a Kidney rill are'for aisle by all ,
an \ lie relinquished his of lcr. When The attorney .rose. iTWO'WATa ;;dealers price O' eiJta. per,box.? FostcrMUburn ,1: Mast, TO YOUH *re' .""* :r*"* ,'!:'.
i "'Your Honor/ be said to' 'the judge TO SETTJJr C017TO. 'trUe far eunplM'and m.eMraajsn.Waa4MODtf.Hlrr
I fetnrned of Uls birth' Co., Buffalo; T.:; .
hs to,the village N. alt .', ",, .
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*VI thought tbe witness would Indulge' ':Ijt-With e sa-Uo part of th.wh't of B Uj ;;
h' his flr,t visit was: to his aged mother. m.h *\ ONE b thna maui i r.eluaMlli'fNEEDLES
in that time-honored bit an egg n..iI with..the ground L repartee, s
,r .j liuid Elbe created' ..him; iffectlonately. and and I bare been fool) enough tb find six 2d-With before cold boiling.water 'instead_ of ',egg.*. Ho-s"IIo 'you recd' all-the popularnovels . I .. ALL 3LRiN%....'J. .
n : of : rj . .. .... .
t4iedayr C.INJ;
:-: had In repuUble and competent i witnesses After'boiliD. atld a dub of cold water and . .: v r'
1" "My boy you have four years who. will testify that this-man's bouse 'set dfor4ight) : or ten mipntes. than j BhOracloua. nol" !' I 'hap Juat.tJm..tor'i MY i : 'SHUnLES.% ,\. !b ': ;

h': ]ucratHeFeder'Iod'fcer' ,,:yell me, 2 JII nearly 100 yards! from' theceb; of scrre +1fhroucV'etralner.' / |. ... .haw' Uiey- cad--Pnck-.,.I v Thompson's( Eye,Water( REPAIRS.PlanTatinn ; = 'k : i. :
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.a"edr"\' .;:; the trouble) and li'-round1the corber.'
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uonplaaked1orthelaomentNot'.a < "' 1e.'tleel.r1JatJw} ; going,

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., hearty feryorr J ;,; /l lV TX gtgaiitlc!llly.1 the; photmlama1L4J.La

1"Motbert;.I saved ny Ufe."-Harp1 valuable pla>>t"lIecuUar to ', ew..

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t ,A : A CARD OP TI Ar-IK.S- . Notice oi Application for Tax Notice of Application For-Tax : Notice of Applic uQJl..For Tax ..
Klsslmmee Valley Gazette Death of Mr. Nelson Russell. : ''
: 1 Weed Under Deed Under ;
ry I desire to express my sincere Deed Under Section 8 of Section 8 ol Sectloti.fir

' TaTLaTPHONaT NO.<1t __'-__ LaSt Friday evening, July: 28th at, Mr.the thanks to \those who' administered. U'rj > Chaptet 8: Laws (Chapter 488 ,l a'ws of. Chapter 4888. Laws of .

t 4 IS c P"BLleeTq saT' pal DAY Nelson residence llussell Of his daughter-in-law panned away Mrs,! e-tn my recent sorrow, and, to the' ,of Florida. l klrida.Wothe Florida. .

kk Office In Valley .lUtett} IJuJUling. Ella />-. Russell. He had been I til I only! ones who labored and bringing BO faithfully home In the"nodvi re'covering Notice In hereby given. 1".11. M.r:Wlllnon, Jr., In Witby' given, that' n (' Lee.. Notice la hereby. given that W. P *Mrrlam!
: I 4 KIS8IM M EK. COUNTY. a short while,. but on account- of his .A,rl.. purchaM-rof' tax <.ertlflr! .i,, NuinHpr call: piinhaiiet of Taxerli: Si,.ate No\ Inn, doled' tn.. purrliiiai-rof. Tnjt mlfttNitca Nna NOT, all. and
', t ) all thatUvloa' bands of '"My Dear Son" once o1, : W. B. HARRIS. EdrtorMud''Proprietor.entered great age, despite t more have my Lifelong irratitude. filed said certiorate tu my office and 1 ncatelnnioffice, and Ifs merle ai|>ll<'alluu lnmm could do, he fell asleep as a'lIttle MRS. HELEN PERDEW. tin rondo. apulimiinn' Jar tax deed to I..... ID'' for lax d "
L. 4 r. at the Poxoflloe 1a61..immedFlt. ., child. 1C was given him to live to a ......--..r ...twrdanre with' ta wr-" Paid, Vertlflmis .ems. "Said' Certificate, tmiracei' the. following dv.- with ,lawhalil . i
; i .. aeoond-claai. maUID"llr.! ___ 90( besets the folluwlnir deafrltipd propertysltua rrlbed plo|>..rt> .Itu.led lu Oacouia. county., rerilfliate enibrnoo the following:. 11wrlh
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t old being more'tban yearsof All About California .
ripe age 'twrt In UwmeIararmty. ,<.ftorM&. tA, KitIx : Florida. U>-w,'4t:. : > d pn.iHiriy altinU) > I, .. 4,' aubaonbe will please notify.the office'. if age'! at his decease. A native of the It.s. >t 4. block PF,of. ihdricks. I dillllun to Klillmmee h" w0.! of .el,. Hef( It!..Tp 2J"s KaiiKe 211 ...t. <0aorea r-l.rlcUrLv-: : ; J3'
Ihny f.tltogettbepaperregwarly. North 'he' removed South a number ofyea.r. Its resources, Its opportunities, City "It o.. lice, '4 suit, self of nwsuit" aeei" .f awl;
*. Ail-oommuulcatlona etc**ut from our aatborlaed and res >ected by wonderful climate! and wbat'.lt costs The unld. I...". being..ni-nm-il at Ih*-dateof 1'/lie .alil land belg lUKfimed at the date "ifth end u'.of, svlt. and 1 sold' of "4 .sre 31. and l ..\ i
I.* .: correnpondeuia muss Tie ilgned t>r' \bWReeeied ., ago.loved | via the Chicago. Union PacinV/ & (ha limiuince of .uih conlfiraU. lu the came IxHuaure of mnji,rertilltaU iu tAe name ol olxwl. .ndratofeei1. ' .e"'r.!. .lId nc"...d '''J '
\ those who knew him; h wage wan to of Unknown Unknown of tiwLand I.uet edpaIt "d'\i-.f awjanWI .
i r''i''i' matter wilt notbe'returned' .' nleat He shall be North Western Line, are all told aboutin ; ;, be" of a.l4fce9.sllluioZ5s,14; 'eTl.u +
I J ) \ : him a crown of !glory rnuse mlil certlflra'e shall be redeemedacer I ult'M 'aid' certlflrat shall redt. >.pmi daitnirdliiK "
: }, tailed for. ,_,_ -_ missed in the home clrcleTToYIV-wiy booklets sent postpaid! to Any ad, +//lng u> law um deud 'i\lII\.u":\ \l : llitreonon tu la.w, n.a the 7Ml day of A. I lh :; '"f. the l I.ruoro, of such trtlnoal lu th.
> a 't i.: Bt* rose for 4 cents in staTina. W. It. \liUKt. < lilBt day of August I li I'Jtfc. D'V".ot
'Fatherllussell.
'I' I { Oeeoopyoeeyear'f/- rj8CRIjfTH.... ....;...BATES...... ... ..... ...1. indeed .be" He lonely will be without missed from the KWiiern. P. T.. M., C.. & N. Ky., the Wlto. IKOS\ and Hal this \Mtiifm JUl day my ol onklal July .A lg. nature I D UNA and ....1 1..1.. the F nylcs.U..4Ih'U.said ceniarates shall\ tie red..m..t ae ,
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c One copy, MX months especiallyfrom Chic Io. !".*!..1 F -tKSLKY." . [mt.lj K .L I.KHl.KY.' "ltnK\4 1A'4'' tax deed wlll-lmiue thereon ou
.\ ?s. One copy three month... '.. ... .... ..211c streets of our city.ad --- -- . ----- Clerk 4'/lr u4t oiirt Clerk'circuit Court Omeola Flarlda.ttwWK the 2Mlh d5y of AliKlim A. '
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his. place In tbe'aa.notua.ry. of It seem" that. the *8ion fraud '; OweolaComdy.I Flonrlani \ 11AKNKLLIr C. \Mciicn. my nmrlal\ ,i'z.'::, :;:: and teal .tbll
'f'M Friday AUlust'4Lb.! lOO God where he was accustomed to wor '''. 8. 'HRWI.I!!: |, n O the 2'dh day uf( July', A U. 100' s
fertile field In the .
found a Equitable _._ -- ----,4-------- -- (.1ALJ,, ) H.1.
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f ship. Many ago professed t"otrt
---T- years Next! Clerk l : _
( ;r t I' --='- faith In' Cbrist and united with the surplus. Notice of, Final SfttJement'and NotlcB'tf; Application! for Tax Oscrols County FluridI.! '. j.

N Florida." ,. the.. .-Ideal- Baptist. church. .Recently, he came Canceling Rcurslo.t.In Application tor Discharge.. Deed Under Section 8 of By IIAKWIt'I.L.O.v '

'i4'' f.i ..... Jriait;: State_ forward God and to to make renew his his church allegiance home, to In view of't.be brder of.Doctor.J..Y.' :Notice In hnrol I>y clTi-n. ''h.t'oth"! nn'lomlirnfMt, Chapter 4888 Laws Notice to Creditors, Les

Aj J :' the church of his faith in tht4'city. It. ,dlrecting-the.rallroadsL Porter State Health onT.not.taoperateexcursions el' Florida" I KM dcerws..tamiof. .Administrator Mary W the. I mtatrn
m -EDFPOB YALLEY'tAZETTHIt ""' -- was -a-beautiful/touchlnescene between in on\VMlniwlitT, the Yea h dsy of OrUdJ+r' A:D 1.l h"reb.li..,.lit t Jfi ihn Ti.nn.one. -Ailporaem.hartngrlntme-agsimttheestat_. ;r';;
tbe Venerable vnau.etood and received : points liar make filial wttltimont llh thelrmnty of Henry W. herl.er4-.4eedlateof. naotola. ,i
The In Florida when chaser of CertlBi,'awirNo' < "
advantages _foupd Tax: Au and tot.:
t I lobe hand ot fellowship from the the State of-Florida until further advised. Judge of 0.......,',-OountYt HUit, .of Florl.Ia..a dated the SM day of July A, D. .1'!..i. County. IOIII/.4>'of f lorlila. >&JJII'I..t) the same I
h r : for growing peaches and citrus fruits the Atlantic. Coast Line an- administrator*alnirnt tn he uuilr lKi><..l. prr.perlyat 'm
made
i tk ; .will la tUne attract publlo. J attention Christians Dissent.' It a profound DOUDces) that it.' will cancel the excursions Omrt faliMharire m*"mid administrator.This [ mails application for lax .decal my to .Imiiia lir. so.conlanrewith tested wllliln lha-thu nmorltHxl by lawor i
impression and willnot soon April anh.'' IHXLM.. the same .U1 be rorevnr' barred ,
and end In our becoming .the largest t.Tt.tt. law. l-1' rertlHratet enihriu-e ./>
that. it haa advertised for St. : .
who witnessedIt. A> Administrator of H NANCVBKLI.F WHITE. Vr1mlnlitmlrltof
producer of any state la tbe union, be forgotten b"". those 8th. P.A.VAKHAoit. the following rtoerllMHl; t.-wl.er, WtuaMd In \ P.tavI Henry W. Barter. C
Augustine August
; perhaps of any section of similar size A funeral- service attended byrepresentative HoUcfturfur AdmlnlMrator.Notice OHrrola ooxntr. Florida, : "........Pi!. .
'' held at. the Should Doctor Porter withdraw this >!U nof7.w of aeU, and wU of awU o/aef. "
in. tbe world. The quality of our citizens was .. aw JBa. K JDe.
f. r citrus fruits is admitted superior. to residence before sending-the body to order. It Is probable that this excursion of Discharge' The aalit'' land being a'.r.,ed at the. date of Administrator's Notice. ;
j. produced In other sections and Ellenvllie N. 'Y., for interment: This will. pe arranged for a'Js.t.er'dal.e.. ; the liiauanoe of mv..h ertJflnale! In lb.asme of Alders'w.h.d4ingclarmaordemand.. npnn t
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any J. SrllAKTSELl; M. R. I > !Iliworth'' CoUoleaa .
orreK aii< ru t
Notice I I. hereby given that the :MitTi of .
day tbe
br-bis on of
r' service was .conducted; pastor. -iut Thomas Bllaa,deceased, will pre,
from
tbe
being able to reach consumer' lobe other .t' Div Pass:'Art.,. Tampa Fla.. August, A. 11.11"11WI. \ will present our filialarrounU said certlnmlea shall ba redeemed acoordlux wilt ante tn tat for 1..m"lIproJl'"rl. atteafrd. ,
one to earlier l\ ] than our Rev. H.P. Jacksonxnd and v.Mchrn. to Ibel'ooot.1udll". of ;to 'law', tax: died will imue tlinrnou oat Hliblnlh" time .
a i %> competitors *>a. have.. for a. time the ministers of the city. One who has eJ*..r..rer.prescribed barred. and bir all law Twraona or the ID.debtHd ,

? exclusive command of the market. lived so long 'must In a measure be ORDINANCE. charged. .., Hjxiulcr: of the Estate of Usury. Nltnesmyomrl.l.lp.alur.llr(t..Ll] lOtadajvf July., Ai D.' d l 1\11.,, Ui ...flit estate will make ImmedriaUaeulcment II'
Oventreet"
.
"
". -In addition to these advantages, our lonely, for his wie, children, 'most of An Opdlnanoe Relatinir' Vagrants..., and Pro- < I.deceasedE'L. D.OVFRBTRFKT K. L. LEMJ.EY. with the, anOenlniivd.JWMILLF.R. ..1'
court .
fruits- reach,the ,.northern cities. In'U'ault his relal.lyeand, his early friends. Tiding Fnnalty for..nw *, MrN. OVKRSTKBKT.Executors.: .. Clerk Circuit W.8 OaceuU County. Florida'By Admlnlatratorof u.. Eitate ol ibojuaa Allay .. ..
IIAKWKU,1
I from five to .ten day sooner bare gone before him. What a meeting .-, BK IT ORnAFNKD: BT THE TOWN. COUNCIL : ., > C. drveaiied., .
,, than from California. This Is aa tinI1 >hat must .have been on !the other : OF KI88IMMKB; CITY. -' R -, rr -- 1/.fi
portant. mat.ter..fr( unless the time in shot-el As we think of It* we cannot : Betlon 1. OommirmeAt: lf1l... Awl vafna*
but.. exclaim 'It Is belter.'. He has umlM,, Idle ordinololM jwmonii who (about
,
transit la 'reasonably! short, the fruit : .
lagging,common gam > p *rHrjna who Cue
b it liable to decay, causing frequently met. his pilot face to '&00. He has ; juggling or nnlawfnl Ramw or plnyit,roniraontpipornand
_ a great lost to- .ihs grower, cooflrming seen the King in his beauty. Having : flddlcm: ,common drunkard..rom Notions'J
f this, I give a few repoi'Wahowlna'coDdIt.lon served his day and generation, be has mon,tolra nllth.'prop.walkf'......thi_wanton,"ut_and'tuteelu hmelv I Dr Goods Clothingand. ; :

i of fruit (car letsl shipped gone t.Q his reward. His memory .is kraa mnx in J'h't: : knepcra of ,
+ wbyCalifornfa Fruit Association.. ,;' fragrant.. Let us look forward to that .m glinir 1>1a""" common ra\lerH and bmw"perwonN .
Yz New York July Kth.--Car receive blissful hope of a meeting on the other : m..* who nairlert thnlr rattingor employmeDa.nd -
mkwisndwhatthrr earn and
Y the' greater portion;>> .too ripe.. Impossible shore. _____,,_ia_ '___ "J.: do not proTi to handle the foods at any pro port of their famiUee.'permnii Wandering from
-n ..Has Stood the Test 29 Years place to plane able to work and who are withontmmuasiadwyonrglort
fit. .Stock melts down before sit can
totwrn their
"1 .be Used..Minneapolis., ; The old, orllllo&I'Grove'., Tasteless by *" t>e frinir, kiln aide and Dry '
a July 13.-Referring to Chill Tonic. You know what you are r'I. I pnrHonH inOndinffthi thorn. whom Goods Furnishings

: Ea 4ar No.. 15252, fruit, In off :condition.( taking. Uislronahd quinine in a spend+gbct their all lawful time by bufiineHH freqafntlnv and habitually houHm of mi ill.- ,..

i y Not a' son nil'. lime in oar lot, consequently . tasteless form. No cure, no day 60o. fame framing bourn or peraona -
IIfbt'ti
sold cheap. able to work but who are : \ ; tdlrand -- -- '-- -
Malaria would'nt be 4o bad if it live. upon the carninKH of their wirn and
Boston.
10.-Car this :
t July 16339, car children, all able bodind mal; >
and
pecked. would attack\ man- when he wants: to minor p"rHone
well but, .fruit.IB over ripe.: oynr eighteen year*of agn who are without
" loaf would it? but it never does. Summer t
Clothing
Peaches waaty.Philadelphia; ,. tneana of mxpport and whose arenas or Going Very CheaR _
", .. 12.-Car guardian .are unable to .apIo rt thorn, amt ...
July 44O8
.
.
Fiendish Suffering who...,not usually in att4 mutnce upon aomewhool .
w fruit in .car over ripe, showing some or nlootitioiutl l MHtabltHhnient.. but who
decay.. .' is often-caused'by sores ulcers and lire. *in habitual IdJunHm.... dex-larad. to bvatrrantM .. .
r '.. New York cancers, that eat away your skin.:Wm. and upon conviction. shall Iwmibjectbo -- -- -- '- '- -
July r-CarZlKH.. bulk- "'I **"*..,.**..*l'T''yMri" 3 'OT) '<- r1n: very bad order, .a ofTtarKoekT-Mlclr; :,Hays | .. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVTVVV VVVVVVV VVV VVVVVW
able portlou'otcar' coo.ide..1 bare used Buoklen'sArnica Salve.lfor M ntlon t. Arroit: without written warrant,
? + were fortunate In getting Ulcers, Sores and Cancers. It is the upon prormr Information mad upon oath lie-
charges most healing dressing I ever found." Fore an omoar anthorla: to art in mv-h onanM

t car.Orsnge ..land. In Callfornlir'-near' I Boothos and : heals cuts, burns and lie Khali th IHHUH..r..ln hIM.DA warrant maod. ort for deenribhd the ardent who of anjrperMon u< I'We I Have Chopped Prices

shipping points is valued Vt from (75o scald. 25o ,at Osoeola Pharmacy. ; any charged 6f the therein provlMlorM. with of beiirfa the foregoing vagrant auction under, Down High :1.f ;

:* t 2OO per_acre, jslmJUr-Ja.ad.JaJfJor-'i guaranteed.' ....J..aoA--.nt iihall,ba.exefuit (lbv. anyaheriff .
,ida $5 to 10. We have fewer destructive 1- Everybody these days seems to lie countable. polioeman. or DT a private
insects, need no', irrigation can' I Panama 08001101 "dig" ""'rwnn"'l11, authoriaed tbamoo by: thft officerwnlng S. :
t Ivlnlll be. anc-h warrant but .sheriff ..-
,:produce as much fruit per acre' and I except: the laborers with. their spades. I stable policeman or uthnr lawful any officer may fX\ "YOU NEED OUR GOODS
have a climate as pleasing and health1. ; erree any vagnpideoribcdinthefomgolnR g
; ,ful, consequently. when our' many spa Peculiar Disappearance. aeetion witJioutii warrant in caae-ttie delay; in t; I1GH
1. would unable .Horn ; .
probably
> .vantages'are ,fully, understood, our J. D. Hunyan, ot Butlerville, 0., alleged procuring vagrant one to erne pe rruit-any.pnvonaoa ... 1; '. WE : MONEY :
cr' land adapted to citrus fruits. will laid the. peculiar disappearance of' his >rr...teal by ..virtue or. a warrant or withouta g; '
i greatly increase In value and warrant ahall be W..D n apeedy trial and .NEED.-VOJ .
-of Indigestion ;
fined
conviction I eha not enwedinRTweatr
ti k' It is i i true we have occasional periods : biliousness, to Dr.' King's New Life upon Five Dolan or l.wa then Three Did t Get \ ,
,+ i ot cold that Injures citrus trees not Pills. He says: "They are a perfect .larx.or"by impriKonmnnt not more than 111'Ch""g" g :
I
protected, but similar conditions prevail remedy., for dizziness, sour stomach sixty.days, or_by_both such" fine and ImpriNoncment
all over the world in sections. devoted Shoes Nets.- Ladies and Gents .F"
headache constipation;' eto. Guaranteed Mention I. All ordinance or part of ordinance n 8hings. (A,
t +' to growing these fruits. Its a .at Osoeola Pharmacy?price.25c. *Jr eonfllct herewith, be and the same mLi ':;J
.
i well known,' fact that all countries are herebyropeslad.Read. "
G : first and aeoond time and penned,In .
growing commercial semi-tropical or From present.. indications, there open iwerdon this h.6th day ot..1,1.11101.IOI4L / Z; c. .
f hardy fruits -are above the frost line. will be '"whitewashing" In Clew ( ,! ) W. I..VAN DUZOR; CHAS. W. DANNMESHQWYOU t
-4- ,South of the frost 4!toe insects are too York's blackmailing scandal. Prerideat of the Council., .

.numerous and quality. lessened., -t-tteolt J. B OILBKT,JR. tin n f4tin to itTrT tT 415 n ''r
t 1 }/It would be well for our State if our Are Restless at Night- Clerk of the Town of Klammnnee City.

'superior advantages for fruit growing And harrasaed by a bad cough? 'UseDallard's .Approved this 9th day of. W.ATSKRHOUS.Jsly A. t 19M., -. .
.4 .
:could be made known to every Amerl- Horehound. Syrup, it will Mayor of Klmlmmea.p : "------- -- - - -L)1))1

., ;:t. 'Can-citizen in the nation. Jt"would' be secure :you sound sleep and effect. a .

+" 1'f inexpensive and would bring Into our prompt and radical cure. 25o, GOcand M. .LAW, M. ,D., D: ,D. 8,. '. :'

,$: Late a. fine class .of.law abiding, in .11.00.. Sold by Tbomason&Iloberson.T .. .

1r pr.l sufficient dustrious to people start to possessing,business.capital FJor-: .j -erbiseu.u. PHYSICIAN D' SURGEON.DENTAll LET: f ".'t,

) idlaos,do not' :wish to turn the tre- Renders "hi bile more fluid and thus : SPECIALIST. : \

mendlous current, of riff-raff entering helps' the blood to flow; .it affords Kissimmee. Fla. t

land Castle but Garten will'give to.l\our a hearty Bunny: welcome South.. gestion.fbk prompt relief and from nervous biliousness headaches, indi, ,Phone 41 and 07.' ,. .. My new.,tOck of Freezers, Pie- : f

t t to any moral,' and in food .
oyor-indulqence and.drlnkr .
i r. We mar upolu. advantages. for G.'L..CaldweU.' Agt"M. .K. and T. ". frigerators: and: : [be Chests SideBoards .

1"1))i 'frtowinff. fruju:..-. R. R., Cbecotah Ind., Ter;, writes, : . J

,!-'f' : 'lsL7 Cheapness, of land,, ana low April 18, 1903: "I.. was stele for over. W.L.VanDuzGr&Co.BR .' '''aridBedroom

JILa> taxes.* "" two :years,with enlargement of the II T* '." 1 ., Sewing Machines, .. : i
;,. ,fed. Quality of trait ,tr er.s>nd spleen.,The doctors did me no "' '"' .. .
0 4. f IJI t 3rd. [QuIck,transit, to markets. and good,' and I bad given up all hope of a'k"E' : "; : : Suits. \ : '

-\' .,I ,..;'comparative) cheap freifbt-f.... being cured, when nydrnggUt, / /: ad visedme ;, RSREAL. .. ,' .:... c. ,'. "" . ',.
r" 4th. 'An Ideal climate, f no extremesf'of Louse Her bine.' U11.. made" me .- ' \ -'-4' : ; ,. .. > "'.,f' .. ,

beat or cold.," Yours truly \.' sound and well." COo. Sold by: Thomson .. ,' .a.v.: .., .
T'HOMPor
. ,-.r.* of) .'-K", ,. , :Nr.ABOOQasmc' ft .R \oeraoD.. j A> : E'STA-r.e: : : : / .: !. -. of. ; :{ .\..,1, '
.t-1 : .
: ..' $ .-e I .'.!'," * '! /'maJ thla-sun'nave-: - It U-:'f'. ; repaid: ;:AND INSURANCE / .-'-..:'.". ... ." :. ''-'.', --:- -.' -+::-..-'. '.. -' ,......--4, .;.. r ,;..

t, ....i tt reaisnoetEvideoUy tb.r Moan 'admlnlslration would like ,to ', ; '. ..1..... . 'r. : .FQ.NER L J:;, DIRECTOR.I .. '
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'''.; >.... .t'':'s ..t.enI"to fle.d. otUlfh /.a fled some way.of stopping*She leak la :t : ,._J"y-yj: n "y. "i .'v.. ,y ..... i .A." "' $ '" - -' d7 ._ ., ? .tP; "" ,.d''"). ....:'t... . ,_.....--_.....ay..... . .

'r'\, t6o .. ..r fgatloa"., '",: J I Its crop of scandals._ .- -. I.if
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W'.. SSiiT&6 ... ..... unto 1t' '.' _. _rt "" "' ''''' ,. : .;.. ,

"",. ',,,. , t . .., . :: > .. : ,. '
,t . ", N -. ." fj' '' ,' -. .', ; ... :
; & kissing VallGu'OazetiepfflcUl Soft. sole babj:sho&i at. 'Daon'f; Max AuS li1dtz .. 1 1 Quite a number of' our4'rancbmen,
It. .. ,
have been blooded .
getting ram the ..
:. Henry. Stanford returned ..last Sa I .'. .r -ti -- .
.; TaLEPIi-ONa NO.if.: a month.ouUngapent a' .Seriously ,Cwt I past week.'Thoyoughbred Southdown . . ....
turdsy'rom
; ,
have.been ,
received : '
from Columbia,,: '' '
.. home In OeorgJU- *and with r r '_', -- : t-
l"i1il; {(-rUyvs Alabama. .'. Tsn. by< the following ,,\ > j -"
NM y / Walter Bass Sr I Bull Bass and .lr8., !
; "'1-- CjiMt..Baas' 111*'Assailant. NowinJell ," ; ; 'f'
L. sYW. FOR SAtE=-bn.'Jnule. k Bronson, 3; Anton Mack 2'; S..B, I ' '''. .
:
os.o:: H/1RRI. : I.r , A. 1.., Be6rden.Borne 1 Awaiting_Development.. Story U.The Sheep In lI.try.tn" this : : : .' '' : \
.- -. _..
-
-. section Is fast and bids
r Weather Report, one left a. coat tn Max Auschwitx's ; c--S.- .. to become growing. formidable, rival to .fair. j H". ."C' .STANFORD.:
'.AVS.A.s T.1'VaWa. asorN.t : Jewelry store. Das a time. book 'A most deplorable cutting affray oocurreij raising r' ; : .: t ,
In pocket. with Wm. Chandler) Cedar, late yesterday afternoon. -10 1 1Murge's I.
:Tao..esi' Ih .... Ant. I, 1906. .About. three weeks Mr.;; W., C: : : : .
) leaf Owner .
t ,-- Key, written, on fly cahave saloon inwhtohMsX'Auschwin ; ago THE FIRST. OItlClNATO, ;roV LOW fICE3.INILISSMMZP "
.,. Rat". same. by calllng aod identifying a harmless'lnoffensA7Gerinan. Baas had a fine.'Smlth': Wesson pisto ., -

,. .. .. : ' ."! &II... ftFrlda U.' hl\\ 'Our cream. h was to Marshal I
.", .. -. '' 1 by pilot Bess.r": reported llinelf.I ; /
!.....'. .11().' 70. 211 ., The fact*, as. near at could be gathered ard'Williams, who succeeded In find- '
n MILLER 4
.atarda7rr.... ,. 9'l 19 ... OyKKSTRKKT from eye witnesses to> the cutting, Ing.and :returning the pistol sometime .' '
Sunday.. .......... "III. 19 ... M..... Mt.jXiram Moody of frtlvervlew. : are-about ... follow.: AMax ago.but; the thief Willie King, a negro ''ASKI PRICES: :
SOUR .
Monday .., .... III. 12 "':"11. ON
; '
. 87 11 1(1. and one of the most prominent cattle : Auschwitz wa.- standing: ...t.t.bebat boy who has been In slmular trouble : :
0 Tue.Aay.,5 W.dueadp. .....?,. 11II -..9 1:1: then In S'.tuthFlot'tda: has. been spending -. ; drinking s. glass of beer, when several times before made his es- ',' .. :' ', :
'rhurdav....!oi. et qs ,.7. several\ ays In town this week: Clint. Bass. ,, who bad been drinking cape. :The M..b..llooat.ed. him in ....... 1--
came. In. Seeing Auschwil. 'standing Lakeland and went, down Saturday.; " '

; . .. A. A.. tlU'J,>I\ON..P. ...... White Stone.Lithia Ginger' -Ale. ', at the bar', Bans. went' up to. him and and brought him back to Kisslmmee .' :suMMR GOODS ,': .
I ', Achlas'Uass. arid. J.:'W. ,Miller I'aold' slapped his face. Ausohwlu did not He was tried beforeoo Jnty Judge Johnston "
advertia. 680 head of the blow and Bass .on Monday and. sentenced to M
',' Our rates for insertion of Ftank Knight;;pf Tampa, resent asked to goon '
mehtsamong'the reading ,matter. on beef cattle. .tbre'fi years. old and up. Tbcattle and leave him alone, when. Jiu ninety daya.CmfheoouSV Ch tl ligmetf_ :" ' ":--" :
be delivered-, tomorrow again. struck blot In" the flL .,two ' :. : ,
cents are to / () orokqqued Th 't amerT.lJTlleAtufnM\ las. \)
'this. page is ten per line eachInsertlon. ". : i . 1' .. .
to times'Auschwlu.then "J )
and will shippedby; Mr; Knight. three grid; having left the dredge .In the . / \ .
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f
'' .- Cuba. ; : with Base ndYatt" mf i ., ...... to keep from being sirttk, again'and. II '
FOR SALE.- Whlte'Wyanootle. ; Okeecbobee. cl.pt.. Johnson says. the _.. .
'
.. 1o the scuffle Bass" was thrown to the i -
River that with
at is blockaded
Dustin Strain *! for IX point .
Pure '
1 .
'Ii .... Boor, with AuschwlU on top. Bas water and that It will '
./ Lee Bandy.Capt. .nyaclrtthg probably I .
-
f .[,oC&1 We s. W.. A' Roebuck "arrived from 1' Au then ,drew b""it.ZhQ.;his knife received and began several cutting Nor- take several. days to get through. .. .. \ '' ---- t'rf. : (
: It u thought the river Is blockaded for :
..L. ...:.,.... _,_ -. last morning with Ions 'wounds before be could extricate r" : d
---....-,. ...... ....- -...-...--------:-- Baslnger Saturday about, ten miles, and rowboats will ,be .,. '
hii-launch Edll"" and barge lie Jjjmself.- ; > hauled to the lower end of the blockade : -'_
. -.".. aegc OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOC.. .' ._ . .tookfi.a 'load. supplies andjeft_ tba ,After-freeing himself njA-flodlTg hiswounds'bleeding ?;'...nd tbe'hyacinths broken loose ;v ,
." ,White 'Sitone Lithla Water.. same afterlU on.or. the return! ..trip to '( profusely\ Auschwitz: andAllowed to float down tbe river.0af.'rl3..Hallbadosa1b1ril. c
_
nge. '' wli.h the slatance-ot-tbe-eetoredbar .. w.peftence '
-
,Send us your Job printing. -- -- tender made. his way. to: Dr. Law" when'be -
his
White Stone Lilhla Water and Ginger was carrying : :
. .Wade. .the Tuner, Orlando. .- ' tf Ale act. on the kidneys" and liver ofliee Arriving to., have-.at the hU''head' wounds of the dressed.,stairs. .boat'fir Ft., Myers.Amo'ngthe .- *. U.: T l ouS T shoe S ,

.Alht. It wet. ?.' .. Mr. and Mrs.-; J. W. Anderson, of leading to D,. Law's. office; he learned\ ,' announcements. 'o r candidates ,.
)\ Orlando will condu':..''.el.vkes..t. the that. ,'Dr. Law was' engaged with- another for office In tbe approaching city
longer J.lvoe> .
, ,. Fewer gallons; wears ; Court House In the home of Mrs patient, whom he c uld-not.1eave primary and election, appearing elsewhere 1 __ "',
... 't visit. ; : .Missouri Uronnojj>>. Tuesday evening. just the'n, and; was, .Just in .the actrof In the Metro polls ioday. will be "'-- t'. : .
Orlando Wednesday.Yonng . August Ptlt, 7:30:: o!clock, All are going down stairs to' seek another found that of Mr. Ben Hinton for the .. e .. ,

men's summer'suits welcome. doctor when,Bass came up the stairs ofifloeof city treasurer.1' Mr. Bin ton It. .. .. ..., -* nobby ( and asked him what he was- doing the of the Miami SF
-Mrs. Clay Johnson and bright little popular 'manager .
Katie's.
!M'".... ; son,'lticbavd, -left Friday for their there at.the. same time strikingand Shoe Company, and Is a young ,mall \
Mrl: D. L. Alderman of Fort Pierce, borne at. Klssioimee.. after a very itrappllngjwltfi him, and together they ,whose honesty ability .and character "
half been. In,town. this week. pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs. W.U.: rolled' dpwnxtha steps and- 'across the. are above question. He has. never belij "
waist at Goodbread. -Live Oak Cr'eNoent.NortcIt..While sidewalk. Into-tbe ditch. an office or been a candidate for public
See the new line Shirt
Again freeing himself from. his an- ,favors. before"-and bat account
on } "
t Stanford's. > 'r. am away. Prof:> tagunlstr'AUBch-wlo( ran into the. City cannot-be-called a. politician and will WE t:

f Mr. M.' K''t; visited- OrlandO:':, last> W. U. Hlntou will took after my business. . Bakery where be was followed by bin IO In o' the contest depending upon
. ... Sunday.. ' .',," J. M. WILLSON, Ja.Jack'Hancock relentless pursuer who struck him and the support of-hi. friends to carry,him

grappled with him again.AboutthUtime throughMr. HInton's ., into the
.( White Stone Lithia Water 'guaraDteed - ,: -has l returned. tro.m a entry
two weeks. hunting trl down the river Sheriff Walkercamo. conteut makes. the flgb .lor this honoredand I
.' to cure. Indige.tlon.Mr. . Id March> I 'of specimens. for hi. curio on the scene. and arrested: ,Ba'sf... s.nd trusted office all the more inter SUMMERrz.CLOTH
j .-4.- and Mrs. J. W.'" 6ymOUl' visited" business' Ue brought back 60 align-. carried him. to j Jail.. eating as there. are already two candidates
Mrs. C. M. Frarure" at. Narcoosseee tor kkln.'and 105 aligator. eggs. Auschwitz was takeb by spme of the Mr. C. M. Brown Jr.',' and Wm.. : ,
c this week. .' Bystanders to Dr. Hicks' office. Dr. Pope, in the field and. unless other .
All \that's best and np to date. at i flicks examined the unfortunate man's. candidates .announce it will be three _
."Dorothy); Dodd"LadIes shoes has .. MILLER & OVERSTREET. wounds and. found-them to be of a very cornered battle to. the ftQI.h..MI..m''
...- the sty"hf none better,, at Dann's.JoS . serious He cut In ,
was
1\IAl ED.-At the home of Mrud nature. Jour Metropolis. :' :
McDaniel l left Tuesdy to spend "Mct-aughlln grand jlivoeg-., tbe most serious: of which was. '
- 'a cRuple weeks at. his.old home In Mrs.of Henry the bride,. last Sunday after:parents under the left breast..where a portion To CM re a Cold In One Day: Always- Remember the Futt Name( ) J/'

Georgia. noon. Miss Lavonla WUchard} to Mr. of the lung as large., a*person's two fake LaxativeBromo: "Quinine Tabets. .,
nevi P. Jackson flljt't'rlwa.. protruding, About three All druggists refund themoney
n.r Marion Alderman, U,
a Before'.pt'On your money. See. inches to the left of this his slue .
officiating. on It It fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature :
f new goods at Stanford'erHugh II was anothei serious wound -lie was. is on each box. 250.'tl r Laxative Rromo Quinine, "
White of Atlanta. ., a well known White Stone Llthla Water and. Gltfger also stabbed In the bowels.. just below ,
commercial tour"'t" ,'wa. in loArn! yes- Ale.took gold Meial.at Louisiana..) the navel, and Tie mu.c1e.on 'tbecalf .
. ,terday. Purchase Exposition.. of his right leg was.. severed to the 11111111111111111111111U11111111tGi..iThS" ' ..', ' .. f
.. Cures Cold in One inTwo.niiniiiniHifiHiminHiimntininmninitnmniinmnima ,
and'Ie Mr. Er A. Van. Agnew! arrived bone. ::: = : a Day, Grip ,
Lithia W ater -
White et-fme
Dr. Law called. IQ itod
hume Monday morn Ing,"after and absence was together ;h. + ,
at aMji a foupu. he and Dr. dressed the "
Hicks
of two months spent'In Eu 'V8. unfortunate.tnan's 1:: OTH s.MAY'rJlnlta1e"/ : '
HOS..
Jr.. I.. J. Owens, of the Wilson CyIpress lie reports 'a mojt- delightful trip. wounds,.after whteh-be i' j.* s Efc t8.1- : Ott 25c ,
carried to his at. the Lake ;
was room
In tow.agalD a
: Co. has been hale
. . Moot. of his time away was spent Houlle.-._ _.
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ibl'weer.-. In Parts Fraticei! and-Uanovertier :' -.... -- -- --
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Dr. Dicks was seen by the editor of -- -- .', yak

You will find prloeH and goods. many. with Icecream.MILL .. this. paper\ this morning and he stated ' a :
right at Btanfords, try him. Chop. suey that, while the patient was stronger ;
from II & OVEIISTREET!: aud io' better condition this morning ::: I.': '" .
Mr. C. W. Ward arrived' NORTH KISSIMMEB.. .
t .PHO" P1.8
Washington Monday for a short J. W. Miller I. having a number of than he expected to see him, he-enter :=ABUT NONE CAN_ -EQUAL. 'S =- .. ,

y business yuslt.Chocolate new stalls built, and otherwise Improving tamed. very little hope of his ultimate. II-::::: _, .... :_:::: O. W. "! ", ''
the Sunny South Livery Stable recovery GRIFFIN .
==
.Walnut Sundae. at in anticipation of-a .large buslress : In the meantime Bass Is held In jail. '' .= | t' C j jI

MuLElt'& UVER&TREET. this fall and winter. Rending the recovery or death. ,of 'bis EE' .'-+ .-' f, -gJ'; ,
/ -
Bin Miller\ has: some of thefinest Stone Lithia, Water for health.Mr victim.'T .\ '3
d White

'X/eoonle flttvor, we pears b.ve-eve birth. as seen.. to .size y and. ; lC-e,. Bowden, the? efficient and" City'Bonds Sold. \ =E.' Our Peerless. Sodas* .. '
Smoke Key West Havana., tbe best passenger teWraph has.'.,resigned. ',bus at. the :.. The five" thousand dollar street = llclo s lee Cr....>.> w* ......
Co Cigar on tho market.r-.'/ with depot tbe Atlantic Coast Line position ,' bonds, and. twelve hundred :dollars E .IniMt JB...**. ,. and Par..tJtttcM .3 ''t, ': ,,*,'\
_
.r .
:. and CbotcMt Pulps !
Cemetery bonds voted by the town '
Miss Florence Dan left Saturdayto and left -Tuesday' for Birmingham == ra'r ::::: 'FISH "
,; some week ago have been sold. the preparation of flaror*: MCAT.: ;: .
"bere be hasaccepted a position 1 :
the remainder of the summer A4* ,
spend
In the. dispatchers office of the The Cemetery bonds were sold 'to .wNo, e.....' E.tr. ta' .var .. i) ,3 I' f' '" :.
rt'I, in Georgia. H>->::\ ?4 j.;I Jir.a'Insist ,., Mr IS. II. Del3arRe ,:of,, this- place, = .t.r I.to err ao _..Ui.vl: ' ::::: I. i'' .
Hallroad. _
< ,, ..
Southern ; .
r on .White'StonedLlthia0Ginv ." ..wi1l'be. j.' t}: 1 o..Kls.lmmee ".. ',' ,:7' ;" who bid thfjlllir.' at'. a premium,of'' *onehet "" E-' v,. .?'A ..*-*ck i....lOc t,.1I';.j7"iW"J* to*'=S 'E.DeU -:7: every day, .at any hour j, patronage'solicfted. ,9I

'Y, ,ger Ale It will give you bealthi; Jbr. P. 'PhUllps ) I cent' , part of tta. city.,' V ","" V-, -v
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v
in a short-time with a car load"of :The Street Bond'were sold.by Mr.: 7lt11et1tilUtttltttttlttltltllltltitlitllUllltttt11t1tUfii & '
M-iss! Suite; Dale'h'fI; returned from Milk cows that will be good enough'to. ,W. I*'Van Ouror to a Cincinnati Ormat .w.01'". ..,. .*shar' o''O.r pa. == ,_ 't l l111til1r&1 . ,
a vlsitto relatives In Tampa. She wasaccompanied ple..e anybody. par the purchasers to pay. for prln- w'jl'O._.., ':-::::: : rapryq.111111111111117TU1111111I1111111mI1t1111i1l1l1111i1 .
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:-l; Dale. home. by$ 'Mrs.. "( -ff fan,Henry a building R. bverstreet In Petersburg. .while at work laffl tiny pcerdiiim the bonds; as tbecaRtofprl.which really tlng means-will, a = 'a . 'r-v, .:::: { ' ' '! / 1111f f' f t'>!1J'n I' '

: A good quality 3d'in. !Sheeting' ; at l<'rldaY'lulTered a fajl.which cauie. nearendipg amount to about '75 00. ::::: .3't. iiII :
: Stanford lor 0 cents. t T' bin life lIe was brought home MriB, W. Blountr, .a, prominentnaval =' ,--= i :
r returned bin brother, Will Overstreet. Saturday Store man, .whose..headquarters == I. ':::: C .1 T Y .
Anderson yesterday by .
ti; 'Mr .1. 0.\\, Is at Tampa In In. in.town today.A -
and Is out at his == 3Z I.Nr.-r .
....: 11 from a visit of a'few!" days to. his 'night, now orA Putt tin of bi4g. .jd( E. : Y < ,.
4 family who are summering! 'at Su- father's Mr. M, N. Overstreets, recovering big ,is, .being held todayat = Toilet Pr..tlo..t all' .rS= '3 '
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t'' wannee Spring. from the effect: .of his fall.,, the Peg horn SchpoJ) house/Quite a. ::: tlm*.. S3: ". \ ,(
t. ,
WANTED-":" TWO good 'Solicitors; ; Chocolate. Walnut Sundays' large 1 crowd from town'areja': atten-. == rKissimmee == I : BAKEBY- t' :

..' t Salary $45.00 a month Apply'to . MILLER & OVERSTREET' ance. *. g. Drug i : ._ ......

; ,,, W. B. HINTOK. Miami.! Municipal Campaign. is now" lion. J.; M. Bryant came over from Coe. "
Miss .Effle Overstreet'one'of the pop- on,, and we notice among the candid he East., Coast (this week to spend' a 3Reasons ,."! = 'C'AK'S't; ) :

-;-' ihtr-onrHes-at-the-Orlanilo.Hospital ates wbo 11ave-announced1orthe-Fa' r- !ew-da vs.rThose ______ == Phone ,41 =- | FRESH ;BR AC, \,_
here the early part oficeethe following well. known :: >o<
visited ber ious
of the week.parents. farmer residents of Klsslmtnee: John coutemplating. ,,purcEasliigamilk wait. ,41.lttlltlliltuLuLaLutlttiltlltlt( ( S:' .E,' ;,: = 'AND PIES; EVERY'DA'Y ;
for cow will do .well to until Dr.
up-to-date. 1I0e'of Sewell for Mayor; R. H. Seymdur
Stanford has an
,: MenB Hats, Neckwear\: scat City attoney S. B. Aultman for" Alderman Phillips comes' for he. knows only =UrE'ST LAUNDRYjfi; ;
and. Beijljlnton' Treasure.A rood ones. p AGENT .wl **
Larry McCutcheon son of Mr.lathe Prof H. P.: who will leachmathematics "*' '
Bragg l'
4i
Is taking a course movement Is on loot to efctend w ,ACKAOSOALLBD. FOR AND OELlVstRKD. /
McCutcheon, ,
in AllantaOa the telephone lines of theloeiil.) ex in the i.Ilaml highschoollie ' 'n'. #v r.
School of Telegraphy .
:, Morse .. ,
term In the
coming arrived city
.
.. .. ch'anire.to _Narcoossee- '-connecting -' .w. sari
'. along the' way. with J.- 'A. -Anderson last nleht. Prof.. Bragg-'came'. here K: :8AY1 LINE OF-'LUNCH- :::<',-.;*' ;. ,
Ladies Lawn Shirt Waists at. from New. Orleans and was. fortunate. 'TALKINQ''ABOUTAFION.E. '
White A Co's turpentine still, W. A. Mo- ; :. :
'Stanford at boo and .up,,see them.. Cool's place, Padgett A Beach, at In leaving that city Just before' the ." g . : .WE YE'THEr-'I.. 2FRESH ,; J:';..;
r j Cloud plantation! W. U. discovery of the distance' of' 'yellow 1 .r ,, : ...
ft. D. Warning has disposed of bit Aliht. n, 'St. E < ::;:: ', .j .
fever; thereby. escaping quarantine In '
still Runny- ROASTEDS ,
Johnson's turpentine :
business In Miami. and has purchased !he afflicted city.-Miami Metropolis.. == 's6s.:
an. ,Interest In-toe market business of mede Hotel and otherplaces. WHY = PEANUTS .ALL'THETIME. ''-!
T.VA. Yancey, .Orlando. fll '.arl. M.: and U. Kauner of Orlando After. delightful time at. toe house \ 3 iaiiuiiiiUiUiUiiauiiimuiuuuTiaiiUiuiiauauiiiiiUiuiuiK

The latest In l..dle..P..l'a.oli..P. were In town Monday. looking part.yjt'lven by at.Miss Pablo.Lydia Beach Barrs and ofackson.villv YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR (( 1 } } . j :.

b, gas, hemstitched and dotted, at Katt's. clotting for a location store. for We-a understand dry goods. they and many other pleasant. occasionsMr.. MEATS PROM US. : '

about. Job watsoq.. ha. returned to Miami ; T . f
f Georgia Mann has purchased rented the -4tore room recently' vacated '. :. "
nine hundred head of beef cattle in thella.81lnger bv C. W> Dann and will open u'p and tobulsness. Miss Janetta Watson. @.

section which will be Shipped about the 1st. or 15th o( August. Mr. who was a,. guest of Mlss-BarrBrdaugb. * Pint .. ...
to Cuba. ." ,, Wt>>. Chase will be the resident. iri an- tiel' of MrVJ.' M. Barrs-- at the same. One meat t*Of better quality, tenderer -ll
-Comf rt.. andService lop the store. time as her brother, will visit ,Jn, NewYork i
If you want agar new ,and Jolorer.,than yon obtain
:
sod probably'other) places be- .Grade Whiskeyr
combined, buy.o.ul'. shoes. from Stan- Having closed'mywnga&. market. for fore returning to. 1I..ml.r-MI..ml'.Me-. anywh.r..taeb.aord High, .

I "> ,ford. tbepresent,. I desire to thank my rropollf, t ,.. .' .
j '. ,\ Mr. and Mrs. -Ci O. Kewlon left friends and customers for the liberal W.Mil eheapdr than any.oDe else.TklydI ." A'4i\
Tuesday for an extended tour throughthe ; patronage which they have. given me: Hsvlnar Bold! my livery business to ..... '.. ? ., '... ..: ..,"
Northwest. Their Itinerary. will I have placed my accounts in the. itr. J. W. Miller, I desire to extend :..,.r'T'H $:

;' include Missouri and Nebraska.. hand.,of J. W. Oliver for collection. my sincere thanks to the public for'the .M''urn Uio only; market that handle < .. ) .OA' E'!
i liberal patronage. which has bee, so- ,w.iMtera mote.W.have l it'wednwedey.nrlS.tmday ,.. '
.. FOR SALE.-The Steamer' Polly HENRY BASSI, orded me while conducting the bust I. .' Kenqlna : 1 ..;. . .. ""l
' and covered Barge.r Mr. Z.< C.Chambllss, one of the best. .. A V. .. ., .
if my ness, I would .also request thatallartles *} '. , '"
I --- 1tJJF '1'. known of thoroughbred cattle : < -
... -A. S. breeders ; Indebted to me make settlement fourth .'. -
Hervey'MosleY has succeeded- Mr. lor Florida, .pent several days. here as early ak. possible. ; as I.wUh ,".deli.... promptly; ;; 'if you order Near:'Passenger "IepotRKisalmriee; t

J. Q.; as day operator at"the and down on the Klaslmniee" range last to close up. ail 'my accounts.., , a ttMHf for dinnar. from vm,fee get .. Hotel'and .the .Grtive' .:Houee '<' ... ,; .
Bowden week. While herehe purchasedthrongbW. E. L. LESLEY. ;It In time toe dinner,not sipper, { ,
.... p ,.- night. operator. has been.taken'py Mr.' tract of grating and timber land contain Mrs. 'Vfi.B.: Hlgd6n and --children' "z.1''tiPlftti..r, \ -nTots -... ->, 't' : 7A.fiM/ l
r Will.qilbert., ClOD order your meat for br. kAurt :: : AfiDfiH-; PropisJcr"'D'!
t: Ingabout. seven thousand,., acres, have returned from Klsilmmee, Bar* : :
,* Stanford ,ba"the Bu.tet'Brown"Stocking situated between: Lake Cypress and ow and SU Petersburgwhere they. from nm at any tlmo1. u4 yondonthav ,, . '""'" '
-** for boys, .nd .glrl..'. None Gentry'; 8t.. of Canoe Creek, and.be ava.for the past few.weeks been on a toraihta get the order. "' >..

better.. ; "1- ..' -: > longing the Osoeola Homestead Co. ,kleasant YI.la'to reltlves. They'.wereaooompanted ,Llwta.ao'olooktoa..' I -. 'M ', ',.

null Bass has< purchased far t.1ke. Mr. lnhathiiilaudt1andastacUrl6; .with home' by I.'ILumlneHlltdoD :' ';h /IatYt(* . '} now pale th: .' largest.stock,of Wines, Whiskies ,, t I !,,
Bros.' of Tampa three. hundred head of eni \ [ a charming;; lady of w. i.e... ..n.iui7 __, .t k'. aDd, Beers ever handled in Kissimme .All -- t'
.b i....., beef cattle from U P-Jordan; and native Florida..Cow. and. thoroughbred B wUlR .ter of Mime; Ulgdoa, "......:!..Y..ClOD be...sndtkstm .
paend at rice. .ul Lb. tim ..
: to t' .
Hereford bulls..KdrioB grades e : f. ;
t.'t.; several. hundred bead from Rob Door Shorthorn and wb / tome here.Gains t''aU right if you. a.i ..!. ; .*" : . , .'"
' for deo.' -W; Hopkins : i wjll villeSun. .. ,........ .- .1: "" ';rt,
egan, agent ?- be away"from ;JKls- "- .r , ,. ". "1('
." .. These sales' It Ir said about cleans awhile' this summer, leayllig'about. The extra wsafon of:(Congress) 'w n .. '::
slmmee 60.
.
, ) .
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this. PHONB .......,_ I .
section .. '
.r up the. ,beet caul i.n' for ",middle of July *Vartlesj'desiring assemble early,enough to do much: i \ J' ... ,, , .. ......, n. ... \ (, ... '\
., ,ithepresenC; --- --eaytaleaningfrepsIringnor\ good,'and tt will Deflate'. not ; :'"' '1:.... ... ,,.' " ", T' ,,//to'--... Ii.\
dOM will bring UMna do rnuob'harai.. U'will bst eaters all. H.E.OVERSTREETJ ; .. v..:'-' .-'--. . . :JiIC) :'"
tjf'FlAtf Watch 'l\ cRepah-lng.T-) ."- pressing pleas* to : ; . ....,. '" .. ." ' .1"
j : but\U' wW .bs -vt, ... .' . ,." ,.. "" .- "j.. -"" < : right
\; sawed to. pass the railroad inspector. early as ,possible. s : only. ,) oongre.safter. f" ,

'. ..t\1. j MAg'AO8CUWITZ..w. i ".".-.. ...., .SPRICW*Fl*." axt ; all.- .. .
-... ,: :"' ? r,JI".) .,"-. ,
Ise: e ,' t > '"' ,, '- :' r
''It ;t 83 'I't' : +{ Nc 4yk Mih.o
Iflroo. 'f s-
S_. .,. 'f: .. ;.t.,. '','' ", .' o "fro + i'r.

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r tL ? ill "'- 11U uli Mw? . .... ." '" ,

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oc ..,... <
so sweetly;arch tbs.C for a moment sh
looked quite beautiful, : ) ) KISIM/ViEE/ ,

? )Moreover :.'both; were directed. t d. Household
WTe 1 ..
4Jd; or Stelnhausen-of whom she bad hitherto -'

taken not the slightest,. notice .

with nn irresistible eouselousncDa that ,. pattersIn vmE

.be was on her side. "

.The effect Off the Blttmelster was .

.' II '0.. II'i electric. v i 5owtelt H.tfan., i BTBAMBR LILLIfi, 'B115AMER: .1t0S AD.... '

'. Ills eyes met hers with a bold admireation In oil Captain Clay: Johnson, Jr "'
: p : sewing buttons have the khot Captain Clay '

)":',,; almost startling and certainly'not of tho thread on the right side directly ..lng r SMd return n'bd.. [leaves .Klsslrs-


4'i i: : ;r W_ :O V oII). the, 12,n.eI1)Q.) "If agreeable being a rustic to itjrobject:losures food taste; does Under not the.slay button longer, and' see, It the' .' IruUon ties,6pscfal Regular Tuesday Chaner,w elly5 JOhn.onrE'! e Oke'"'r.l.almmee'rId cbobee and Port) 7dy evening/e on 1ll.e..LWJ"; ..

tI l
: he said/ "I sboutd'be Inclined/ to beat t
:;r:" :'my sword hUo'a'p10ngb.h.re."*"' > Comfortable ae'cotomodaUon): for pa..engers': Rates reasonable. ,
,_ .- wilt Flower la the ;ftomI In :Florida "
Ji The most picturesqueWaterway
vBah! meln usher Cam '
radi 'yVtteVe'is
"' I .. ..... d I 'Not"every floer"gerdtn ., Rata .apply to -
baiua Freight
\ ;': your perception' cried Burcbardt, one \ ,r'I v for Passenger, and 1
I but every oue wjio spends even ortM'tbe CLAY JOHNSON., SR., Proprietor _J'
: _. "to accept the JFra-jieln's deScrlption of a J>
l., y' '_ 4>
'I -' summer.iu the country bas. the v. Onboard "Ullie," Klssimmee, plat
'' '
l__ "" ar BvMI'lOp'ALtKANDtr1. : herself as a rustic! .

ti :.'I __... _, .:.... , "One can well see she has known ;V .ftArcdom of tlie' roadsides.: pastures,

Jfr: .. .n wider "',orld that Bergtelde. meadow' and woods;; the' wild gkrdenswhich' _. -_:.....-=.:,- --- '--------- ;: -....,

{ ; Rlttroels'ter bowed, and took. his "Ohyea." broke: In Cl chen,. "mys belong" everyman :nod 110IIII1D"wbl're \ ; "

at l :' i. seat with alacrity. sister bas been In Dfesderi. ana so have ; every one (\'tree to cathipr .
'
1t# ..' flu anotb'crl:moment tb.object of Tils t(; but the has been In Vienna,, too.andallO1&rEOltland :, and no\ one to turbid; Of course itPs.4urtosy ' "
;
.. ;.: : and c.ustoui that this
'would be"bealde"Llm'and _
;
' 4 & iNTeatrr1D1tirt
:':,,' Was' _. _
opportunities must j occur, be; "I trust!! then," said' "(10. PUnltc, gal rwetlouf'extciids' to. 4 lie fields and -co

r "1 I tbe-'e' nlpg! meal''j:\"as over for lantly! ,that the gnadige Fca.aleln will ''woods, wncTperlir.ps, the unacknon'I-,

r' { ow?" his |urfositt( .}''. ',: :i)*y com >,for,-a season -Berlin.; ": edged' l obligation etihnuces the prlVilKc'of 'Creates a good impression amonjj your

"t;, ; t the same bomellkO':I atny.which'?' { ''Tlifc court festivities arc, oh!,,theinabtjivautlful. v <'(> leavliiK, the long narrow.roadside ., ''correspondents? ; and -helps to give yoUr

;4; tt the house and'bousehol&wai' the gayesti-! Haute" bejsj aud !looking for/rarcr/ nil- l t" ?" "
"Bah -
prestige .
; moro effective fcnees'jind: business .
> 110 In tbe salle !h .4D'; ''Z r. Just bore, the war Her Majesty things along

pale-gray walls "relieved by the g4\Vtt a superb fancy' ball. \ hedges mid )Jn I shadowed. and, solitary '
Prices.OVERTASKING
I IJh\,4'II. '. \We Do Neat at Reasonable
i '.he red drapery of the curtains-the : "I was one of the, page of honor; ..ndhl'1I1 \ :Panting .
na .-If one finis' /acquired) the habit. jf wildflower .
,
a I : tempting from the'fineness aud ber train; mie'was' a mediaeval I. r .r rw '-
i & I gathering: niul Ihtf! liiledgeof I
; '
Lauslta damask
.f the table costume-bluo velvet slashed with
.i hour, what SCHOOL CHIL-' cordiality which: the practical, authorof
'
to gather -ami bow to bring
(- brightness of the sliver the white satin and laced with silver
; my '
not tier ftlennlngH safely, lioiue, inul t the stilt DREN. ... the movement doubtless Intended
t forms .of. tbe Meissen\ c"ilnav mother lent' me' ber diamond aigrette ) ..
-
+ I! ; 'the group of field flowers Vblcb for-" further knowlt-dge'frf-the lest decors. primarily to encourage, we may .with)! .

< ( haTe tive( effect to be gotten from them, abe'hits One Dally Session. Advocated by a out rashness predict great influence, ;:
' a simple benUlyover .11. struck "She should added her apron, .
/ ,reached A jpofrftlblllty'of," great Ht- *""' Expe/t.; -on American- literature- arising from
as elegant beyond'wbat growled the';Rlttmelltt-r; German ,

y 4;. book" ) have >t.'tu'tSl'l'c'! ed lu the:nelgb- Von' Plunltz blushed vividly' for a. l fac-llon itnil.;Vvcry'-dHy Impplnecg.Cuuuaoe .- .nr.' Otto JJoVnbluetb' of' Frankfort, the scholarships.: It Is sometimes '
1Flleeier, u'the Atlantic.VTitMilnjr that the present cessation
} suggested
t a will of", an obscure Saxon country vfarrlor and a conqueror and Clarchcu- Germany, a. specialist !In nervous diseases of literary activity of'-a High order In '

t % came generously to the rescue. writes against the practice of
CiirtAln. America Is due to the gradual weakening -
/ Stelnhausen took in these details "1 'dare: say you would bnveibceii holding afternoon sessions. la .the public -
I -of the ancient respect for European -
r' glad to have IIn aigrette If they; ore thin, ,.madras, boUbl'ncf at Msvlewq"
and unfolding his napkin, the door very your schools. From a summary .
y i I. want
If there a
'
luiiaHu NoUliiKhiun, ( should be tradition'
.which/ to the corridor was opened and self.! Jlerr mttmelster had ,you been"kBtPTirtbe i or fhpy' which Is given by a recent consular "ItIs
( standard'ln! American education ti'
; ( : free of dust wusbe li. warm \ <111. of
bal"C"; 11\\ .
she said saucily. : 'It that he attaches
who ushered twoladleB report appears
)tea In In .
q down most. noticeable In this. The professor ,:
sald-ihe' i KQUcczIng and hn.IIII.IIP I itinj'< in .
'court traveling dresses- saying "Clarcben, warning voice Importance to Investigations! instituted '

..... did so: of the elder! slater place of ralldug\ \l boiled 1'11(1.l blued among IG.OOO)( school children of literature at a prominentwestern ------ 'it

r or'Telfowlj"iahtJy; : 'starcie} ( Von Btetnhausen l laughed good-hum- In school l
'\
the distinguished expert
by mother these ladies! have wait bY
.
x- and dried'as quickly ami asstraight from tho west that the Rhodes .cbol'j
drawn long that I have persuaded theip oredly. I' hygiene, Dr. Scbmidt-Monnard\ of .a
f ) Yor.lt'
New
Do but am.conie) was asked by a '
; not
\ as possible. Iron
f t the w uTat supper." '"Well, now w ate all united resumed Hallo, who found that the number ot published .,
Lisle, broadlsh hrni< at top and bottom to edit four books'of'Para-
:who Ghering rose, and .proceeded the young Fahnrich ."I do'bope sick among tbe''children attending '
series-of
I find run Into rarli I a stout, unpainted dlse Lost" as a volume In a
t n As : through the tntroductlobkinev. the Frauleln will Com 'to Berlin, and morning and afternoon: sessions was
110wever
cnrtiilu'pole ns I Idiig as the curtain Is classics. He had never read It.
''" " &: see something of the court gayeties." by one-half greater than children
In Uecmany on uch an. occa I broad... ? curtalismooth! ;! among 'he maitered those four books
Str'tc.J!! ,
"Okl'at! Berlin. No; I 40 not think who attended sessions In the
the at oiuTT end then during the railway Journey from New
pole bung
upon \ i
S' sooner was the name of Von we can ever BO there! even to our own forenoon only. The !investigations by
tip, sprljuklewell and let dry. The York. some 600 miles, and wrote his ;.
3 p'. "WhTt pronounced than the 'el. court we cannot go-onl papa and my r Professor Koppmann', of LeLp'slc. led "
So an
tveight'of the -lower pole straightensand notes on his arrival. extreme
In the ladles with brother to the same conclusion, '
," two much-ani theeontrast"betweeir
finooths It. as this to show
fr r ',as'h* ,' exclaimed: "Is It not funny! Mamma," continued Dr. Dornblueth favors a morning instance serves '.:
until the curtains"ore American university .
Jlcpont dry :
s' ; and, VIt surely had tho'honor of pet-- the chatterbox, "used"" to go-to court:,' alj henna! pension of five hours', giving a: resting t
.
I theu rip out the and (press lightly; life and ours.-London Academy.Hongkong ,,
?; *> :way Itlttmelster last winter In and now she Is married she cannot; valise of 15 minutes at lime end of:each
with\ a warm, not hot. Iron. If t there!I
wF came at the Granfin von C's?" that-does not seem quite fair." hour lie says that the afternoon
wrinkles faces after First 1
are hangIng
orcat '
LC.i'! (' doubt 1 have bad that honor,," "Then noble Fraulelns should' wed curtaills I session exhausts the vitality or \the y'1"
the 'wC't those and
1 spots
i ; D 8telnbaut.eD. carelessly, as with nobles, and not forfeit their privileges ( 'children, disturb their digestive \>r- The Importance of" the.far east In J

'+' by (' 'the movements of Lies. ,'''' put !In the Baronin. impatientto pull down bafd upon them. Usuallythey I! gans and tire their brains.; From a, the commerce of the Vortd, at' the pre
; dry out as !smooth! as need be. II
n: the alt down" said the catch the ball of conversation., and I I i medical standpoint afternoon sessions sent time Is strikingly Illustrated by '
young
; Unified curtains can have\ the ruffles
t 3 ereat with distracting politeness draw. speaking wltb a. tone of superior vir fluted 'roml'nff I should be abolished) Tlie afternoon this statement made by the Bureau. of .r.
after off the pole. If
,. tue. hours be given, to play outdoor Statistics: -
Ju should ,
(' the chair destine for her.
1 hanging is Impossible simply! stretch The at which In 1903 was the
Clarcben wn.-ol't'nlng her mouth to exerclces. and training. The port
; mann ; and the lean and angular Baron. the -curtains between the \two poles. f physical ','
s s 'her sister asked 'ber to of many In largest vessel-tonnage movement was
So, "with" nods and becks,, and rl'ply.Vb'n Take that smooth'and selfish- motives parents
care! the poles are
6, smites fook of pass[ tHe,, salad; with a glance of renonstrancc stout not ",'Ialllng'the children at home because Hongkong. The total amount of the ,
s possession\ enough;\ not'to spring:.. "
: which silenced her for a they are' bothersome and reoulro tonnage 'of the vessels entering!;' .
Lie; dropping- :. slight curt Heal lace curtains after
L' This few-moments. __, ?. .__ ._'___ ,_ washing can'11epfntu..1 j supervision should not avail clearing from It was'about twenty .ndJ
} mother's -
ber paseing'7nTraluc ; out-upon' !sheets! "spread<11'01'- -
+ / & the thread tile which tpns> -if-Cbineee-Junks) nga.& !
cepted : Herr ntttmel No, one taking up of against a reform ls-.necesga.ry ;
"My daughter, ter, the floor; tedious work, but worth
mltted discourse, Frau von Wutbenau continued and beneficial for the little ones. The the foreign trade bq. Included more 4
g ; youngep, guest to a seat oppo. '.. | while. Piu- the Corners; first, drawing .
I' Herr1' : doctpr suggests the establishment of than t twenty-one -millions. I.. ndon-1 I. ..
to IJeutenant:' them BIIUnrth"'n' stretch I'
study, ; Frau I "In these days It Is necessary to draw perfectly I public retreats wliefb tle''hlldren) who second, wlUi.. nineteen millions, fol,
said Gberlng. "thou every scallop .in1' line with the corners
and > : the line more strictly than ever. cannot bo supervised at home may lowed .closely by> Antwerp. The ton- j
better take thejatner's seat un and pin it fust. After all are pinned : "
'' cornea" i "You renftinbcr. Bertha. addressing IfJ; over the whole curtain with a damp spend the afternoon hours in the.care nage ''pt' %New York In 1904'! was eighteen '

e peak her' daughter "what a struggle Graf patting of one -t>r more suitable adults. ,He millions. f.
dear mother, IInd. she placed cloth !: It bard to remove the
R. made to have his English-wife, received "starch. suggests that these retreats be provided -i Hongkong; It may be remembered, ..
accordingly, with a glance of least truce of This makes the ....
t and she was almost noble- is free' port at which vessels
(' with implements and material that a many
mirth and covert meaning curtain look quite dew and does not.wtar'them'ln .
rt. her people -went to the I In the Chinese Japanese and1
t'
bility. yornsrer sister which Indicated only> never the 1 1- .t. But with several children desiring Instruction In light engaged .'
selves ''! English court. be Australasian trade call. London ,
handicrafts accommodated.
+ ,! of mundane feeling than tier I pairs It I I. apt to be impracticable; may I

' Athat nuMJkt> rln&rwould: have _"Yes: ," returned the young Baron ssa, J Ireu the rpCOOne to frame drying. No This may give the Initiative for train- would head the list but for the factthat
MISft sug '
/ every 7 "tfraf-n., : was sin enthualdst;"'and"the Bort'tit..lnce should i ever- Ironed, not" lngIeverwomen\ anc -goed-mecranle.r- often. It. vessels,take.jarLftf-Uveir! .

repose ; say tinged with democratic Ideas: even upon a' mangle. Washington Vader the present system of Instruction -i cargo from another British port l.a.

s Ing Stelnhou sen"' missed this' momen "Did he not quit Berlin, and abjures Times --- the pupils of (the upper school I Cardiff and receive their foreign
: : -
*
and the court because the Grafin was not classes attend 42 hours- and some 44hours. clearance at. It, ''
your.'b was helping himself in deepest '* \ '
admitted? .a week .. ,0 I
easy u> some'excellent' roast bare ' "They'said so, but Icarce'bUereIt. A Bad Fit. '

,rest tbe shortestpossible an- ." AMERICAN RHODES SCHOLARS." Now that.nature-lessons'Tn--r..ta-
to the Prau Baroaln'a fashion
1 t : 'He acted like a man of sense and Ion. children. have lear ied much thatIs
.
be I, spirit. remarked tbe young lady, Their Influence Considered !From 'an pew to their"elder*., and that, when .,

,led : the oppositeside' Burchardt Frauleln Ton whom In the uncertainty. to her snr- English Point( "of Vl, w. suddenly displayed, II is embarrassing. r J')
"U sat between and '
name 'we must call .L1e.-she bad The Americans who have come to The New York Tribune tells a story.of
Ptanitc whose the lit.
neighbor,
e came hitherto'been silent to utter tbe .
except are k
a western town where oysters ofte'ner -
-Oxford: have little Idea'of a thoroJiCbeducatlori
.
,en n Clara-or, more Fruit box of
called gen .small necessary civilities! of tbe table. J-:1I1-Soak: one gelatine I have seen la cans than in shells '
'
standard of lis
'' 'Clarcben'.tound it bard, to "Ach Gottr! cried the Baronin, "we One hour lu one pint of cold water; ; many no
One economical housekeeper con .:
work. The American of edu
gt ;. salon a cold reserve becoming the bare revolutionists here too." when soaked, pour on one pint of boll- system
ceived a brilliant plan of making one t
cation Is to teach' something about J
,. "So but' unsubdued to the "And a dangerous one," observed lag: wa't'r. then put In a quart of fruit. '
meals
feet of half-shells serve for two r
everything (without adding everything ....
Rlttm : merry talk of ber companion Pineapples, canned strawberries oc:
-- a' and
; slight utterly. '
Stetnbausen. with(
, about something). A lady came She was to give one dinner on one ev "I
la raspberries other fruits t
rAt. mere7bof; "- or may >e used. "
unhdtlCed boW __ 1
; -- ening'arid another the next night At
. "Oh/ meantime made<< himself, "No, gnadlge Fraur' said the lady of ":l"one-haIf cup-of-sugar.and'one.lea-. 'from Somerville with' Certificates attesUng""hfer \,
.the first dinner oysters were served
t is a ridiculous .(Stelnhausen the house quickly. spoonful of lemon: then pour in mouldto -in-Y2-aubjectsi -

4ir _, mian ), by his almost troublesome "We ladles are; no politicians, and harden. Serve! with whipped! > of the
'Its. ": to. and persistent attempts. Strawberry Dltlnl'lIng"-Holl]] out studythe history '
i my. husband Is a strict upholder of [ a : Tudor period admitted that he could gave orders that they should be placed , .:
verse with, tbe fair.Franlein or law and government. layer of cream of tartar biscuit dough, '
4 the shell used) the day before .
t on
not read
manuscripts, nor did he know :
at the' foot.of table.' Steinn
"The J.he "Nor do. we care much to go to very.thin; butter and spread very thickly
i Little Johnny was a close student
"a observed that she 'wore a wed .with ripe strawberries which have any of the European languages which
( are essential for the understanding of I of nature In his small way. He look j
a. ed at the plate before him. Then' he
was a genial, ;jovial rout; that the balls are tiresome but the dough up plucb the edges tightly together that age, His history tutor advised I ..
him to said -In a loud voice:
go to Italy for his first vacation '
to beer and tobacco and and steaiu for of
( given ? three-quarters?
water parties to beautiful Plllnltc-
:
l aDd soon recelyejl.aletter from '.Mama. look! !i What funny "oysters! ,
'" : some sense ot humor late an hour. When done, serve Immediately -
sometimes In the evening In llluml-!
the budding historian to that he I All of mine 'grow the wrong way la :
say
; .d votlon to one nefgbbor and Dated gondolas they must- be-deilght-. cutting slices from the end. jelly ,

fife ") of the other struck tbe Ba> -Ml.-. .roll' fashionAn' egg sauce or.'wblppod, had not learned much 'Italian, but,' the, shell

to. ; : also ss offensivelyfoolish.. ."The: Uoben" Herrschaften all seem cream. delicious with this desert had met a most, charming young lady.Another be. Plain-Clothes Man. \
tI' Influence which must
coffee! RIttmelster. tool! She bad =
the
so merry and bright and the princess Pineapple Custard Make smooth
fought is the,tradition of German education 'In a small South American'state .
a should he selfish ,
hard "
was a creature; says they; are better than many balls three tablespoonfuls of flour with one '

: ben 'expected to find him so "The: Princess Mnrgar'ethe." almost of butter and stir into a quart of boll- the pedantry, and theses; the which bad recently undergone a change .

"' r. ordinary course for an American< scholar . of administration the new potentate .
1J
screamed the noble ,young lady oppo Ing milk. 'Have ready the beaten ;yolksof :
h Ie 1 to obtain his Pb. D. 'either In summoned an artist'and ordered
) new
'gnadige Frau Is a great atq- site. eight eggs, add to tbem'two-thlrd" 'of,
; could the'' Germany piv in America at a very designs for all the official uniforms il:
said .Burchardt. setting"d'own "Where did you speak to herT"-.a of a cup of sugar and turn into
early and tben,to back to -bra "
age go' "I wish showy costumes
made 1'
) very
glass after a deep draught, most uncomplimentary emphasis on milk tlrrlng( constantly for three' minutes
university as a lecturer. Hence the showy be said "for the ..,
:' ) people are
,,
add when
n turning to the. daughter of tbe "you." ; cold n capful of .
the( : ; ridiculous theses. The head of a college Impressed by them. I have here some :
.
t . "Here Frauleln .. 'Wntheran. returned chopped pineapple and four tablespoonfuls 1 V'
+ called "of' Cover Is said to have been confronted sketches that I myself have made. ,
p along bad her Fraulein first : plarcbvn. with a little' nod of I lemon juice. with /I' 'N
by American who declared ,
young Look them over, and be guided' .by j<
listened sharply for perfect contentment. meringue of the- whites! of the ?Kk* '
'
"Is I 'that his special subject was the "Synthesis these Ideas a. tar as possible r,:
i and four dessert of ,
but spoonfuls
i' ,, when it-came she took "The royal' family, often the good powdered of the Universe." ,
The artist examined the
of the of "I Brown lightly In the sketches
change epithet: ere' sugar.
King himself come every surj- .
'' What then. will the ultimate effects
be
:t t', In'all languages yonder ven. I carefully K);
mar once or twice to enjoy the view
of the Rhodes ... ".
The .1!
scholarships 1
"Thishe said
& i.i ; turning the .
7's ,
-pages
table Veal Veal /li meats''especially
from our balcony<<: so when the princesswas Curry- .ono of'the Americans
4 lltt : ; life would be dull without visiting Let grandparents, she adapted for curries. Nero I 'i
.
equally to the 'olonlol.-h.Te been
a the : but If please is'
army you what
such pursuit. she replied. too. came." Is an admirable recipe, recommended received '

"No .," put in the Banonln, con- "It seems, then" said Lieutenant at the Nor Kuglund I School I of Cookery; :.' with great friendlinesswhichIs this-a long plume on a., three-coh er- "1
'
t '. ,..- "Wltbout the advantages Burcbardt helping himself -to a third A slice of veal half an -inch thick one of the natural peculiarities of ed hat, yellow dress coat trimmed, with) *:

r'S The \ residence in capital like mast Oxford; but which has appealed very three-cornered bat, yellow dress coat
a edition of hare"that ttelr Xlajc weighing a pouiiil und a Half .1 Is cookedquickly !
to them. ul4
strongly This has ..
.and, hospitality trimmed with purple and .
; and contact with well-bred so ties of Saxony are also revolutionary.- in A frying; pan without any
4: ,;}J :<"anlng: the faculties bred much good feeling, which is' "That." replied the thief of I
t rust state
s ; apt Io "I nfh 'not astonished, mine Gnadlge"; utter. :The; : surface should be quickly )
t" ,open, : command ot bound! to affect the general attitude gravely, "Is for the secret '
the class Take police. -
highest if you give them such n beverage asthii seared./ out of tbe pan and .cut of Americans . --4 4In

':!I //the ;: here"' said tbe l young :'Tttdy, *," and be dipped bls'inustacba/ : Into In places about nu inch and a half _ toward Englishmen. _

,t.." ,ed. ;. . Qne. of the former recently made "a Forced to It. '
. the foaming goblet beside him. ..quure. 'Make the curry .puce,ss! follows M ,
fine
p .... :With ; J'ardonme If ,I'ask where /":We did not know' bow.fair and rich : Fry two .lIceaJ'onlon. and 'add barange In a college debate) on That after-dinnei speaker took ''t, '..4.

Yi//!' 'peacaa : be found! .A_ : a, land;the Saxony) Is',until we tasted to the butter tbe meat.half a tab to- the. subject "Anglo-American friendliness everybody off their feet, did.n't he?"

,, ..... ,tfoked' could see no great residence as'I its:tieneflts.said young -'Von PlanlU, spoonful of curry powder, and boiling ; be dwelt at some length on the "U 'was the only thing left for him

In '"'lt ) here today;.of whom may 'this gallantly. ..* '. .water,to ,cover. Cook'..Iowli' until the reverence with which bis'countrymen to do; they were' off In their heads, .be .

,. -v Mite s. ; ) ..;society consUtT": ? ,, ,- ","I"ray-iilerr"Rlt-melaterJ.' | resumed 'meat, Is tender. -Thicken when done regarded the old country the affection fore he began to talk!"-Detroit Free =

.;..c e.'J were, named Goethe,', Bchlller tbe Baronin."which of our troops Were ,with flouir atlrrt>d'into cold water and the faithfulness and Ibe, j jOf loyalty Pyes!.---- .., ." . . .' . ...
all Americans! ,-TS e cThe paused for -=: - --- --" r r -
4 ; ( known
'Anlay'ladles; aa Burow.. engagepat''Gltiebta\ ,- Dad .tbetb seamen' wHh salrdreune. and a '

Iatee$ ,' : de Btael and Madame. George many losses ,: ''' 'squeeze of lerAon juice.. Serve. with-'..- --armoment; ; "But;; "gentlemen; let me ,, China a m.n'cannot by will dispose ,
regiment
e %'.' JJ.Jq; 'Ple<* . '''. j;S l ldo be Ooilt l1u04L)! 'border of boiled rice..' :be frank with'you. ; tber'emay.ILaYf: of his land In favor of any bas''' '' '
.!\\i i1. been' there have ':'teen :Mines In the '' "
: '
.wr-:>>. ,.youngadG.your apawera v - person 'Wheth ,TelaUTe orst- cr:

.< l' ." t see. betrays tbe'rusticl" remarked ohTutkls r delight- fatthe lax. The' Vnlted States assay Wit; Seattlestates' past-:on the ,Fourth of 'Jufft, :,for ).In.Btancerrwhen lt.muat'tedlitributed'amon<*"all'hisonale -
.
:;.' Jab |;|r ; ,-with -Infinite: ono.I'., nor ; ,.th'opiJM"'ax.; that the.-outpqt, :! of'gold' "'from Lhaveventured_ to twist: cBlldren,.without-, exception G. "
x : the Lloll.tatlbut't; was '"
_: aer. :: : ; iatitr.! :" Mtunied f Ues"lnaif.. -nfi ajonititneut'of sealing wit, and [tia northern county.ahu. year .will!' ; 'only. '

tiJ' ur"bu't"Uh', a'amUe.aad, glance. u > .
... ,akeepgnt ,, amount to i22.t>Q4,000. 'f, ". '
" '- ... ,. ." ; '
!
I.... ir Yet .
.rM- fur
'ojIv --"of" : .
her'thinYthrlMeluatlonal '
""" ...... p'... : '"..)' \ I I'',",, n .;,t.i .. or girls;'to:.serve, In)public house -L :'.1.'tf
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':. .[(H1'yPlL'P IT. :.;.' rtgion. Th? godless Coney Island*orfctecreates I

a . \:' "' .morbid desirejfor"Sunday ,
'
( \ amusement'that a* a vampire feeds raton S Z 1.' '

ft. icHOURLlsyNDAY" the vitals of our holy rejiglon: II
'SERMONDR. I
BY .1 know there Is danger of being/ nitsuudat'atood "
**, / M.: .E. HARLAN. ;whenI spcuK In detail. The! fs> a? #
.
mae with s. crabbed religion -will think' | i'C1 > .
me too lax, White, the man without '.rtllitr hi Cett..Rd.alvely of farmers believe that the
wlo leall1
.sr a.erae-en? ........ .
'
.
will tninit me "tun1 all u.-t : .they .'te I.tT.knoW- f

the Wttb'n zeal worthy of.a better-Cause(ri In some sections of'the country more pita *, t.t .
church
bas picked outa *
tq-'theyasj :
Brooklyn N. XV-Tho. He,,. Dr. U.E. tew amusements opal which' If" bos- .s a fertiliser. A good grade meal will, thena.4 "*!'Fa' a "
tlatlau, pastor of tba 1'irst Church- of placed tbe ban and left others with carry about 8.S per cet nlrol"2.0 e ,)
.
Christ; Sunday:: inornlug gve another 110 ceudure. It.has decreed tbat .clane'1U' '- st .per cent "hoeh rl :.Id percent D. O"r'H.O.
of. 'his series of Heruions bn "Problem ,ana card pia"hlgalld the tbeatresweraof pot..ed upon valuations As, bam .ft' .
of rower For 1'lnlu 1>l'Opleth.., isnciIfll themselves sinful flint devilish Konl r". Aftftln to 1'....... sorer d .,all: and set,with stoulee... 'Tho I. that will be used by New EngUndexperiment ng calve*:'a* fronv' too.. Ill '
subject being "Tbu rrobloui. of ana were worse thou acre "Jacob an4 Foulards Will bo 100u11Torn this reticule line 4i long ancestry,.l>elug/ descended stations In '1009-for, .com this,. the 'writer .provedbyexpart', *
., Morally Healthful Amusements.' In Ruth," or ."Blind Man's ,Buff," or the ''yi'arVnot; tba' cheap grades which did from the llttltf nef carried byRomaa4gdlee the value of commercial .nce.> Having:; 'a.fln ,:.pnre-br.d"Ayrhire -"
February Uo offered: prizes.' for bent replies more widely practiced pm.'. 'of miser much to.kill'"IIp.( popularity of these! and called'reUculatu/ ; pula, analyzing AS aboM ferUs'. heifer calt..hlcb I .. .
to trc.
"
question covering the several lines* or: covetouanea5 or:"flbbintt. 1t.1 wllks-Jnst "eollOil and are worth aTertllixer.Notwithstanding laxly anxious tq dq well, HJet '?
problems to'l> t.a. -bU\flu expensive Mlttens tq1 be inuch worn, tills about' $20 .: ton as .
p dlgcussyW. uo neat a hopeful sign that tto present "
*
,
pfintsdaist of Ihe'no ,questions/ to several tendency of the church seems to be to I wholly ;charming quality called 'ru pear. and now that tD\gV, .,leeve'liave It* 'high'value when the coW till'she' had a good stare, and'
-b ndred people over the country give 'more attention to the affirmative I xlluni. It 1* dlmeult id ''distinguish this been. ousted by long gloves) mittens used dlteet111 this way it will. usually .Wa looVlng very fine; 1. then'tavghl;;,
"Ttoo.snuon was boned largely/ on tbe Hide of life rather than V* act as FharKsaleal .juiK-li-tnlketlo( radium silk: from tbe will .be acceptable To nuiny:and moreespecially be more economical to use it as to drink\and she proved a 'lo"L';'

replies ho received The text.watl; from judges on the uegatlye"Thou old foulards, e3evptu'the matter pt .to,, the possessors ,of prettybanda A'' food for'' stock sAd to apply ,tb4 resulting feeder anc con"nue to grow. ,
Eccloslastes! 111:4: "There Is a time to -jdialt not," '.. like a propto keep a designs\ and !!, certain opalescent qtaalJtyy and costly-rings, tbo'mitten will manure to the land. After giving net
laugh And n time to weep.. ." Among dying tree, from falling, bdt It;. take Tb re'la! no '.I "in tbe new stilts be welcb.me, Indeed. Kevf realize what used tbu. frOR eighty .ln&t Wen sweet skimmed milky which she dr.nl

other tbjngs ho said-: : e more ,than. a prop to make five tree.now. ofthe. old conventlounl.-scroll; patterns a delicate and difficult task Is the conuctlo per"' ent' of the, nitrogen"', phosphoric with a .relish -for.,some, time, having ,

A tew yearn/ ago when. a certain sup ltis-not While the prop may have'place a "nlways associated with this material. ."- )j of the mItten the Ht of 4)nIt- : acid and-practically all the the amount Increased Jr1'.duaI1. 'but, .
t posed ornament-1> ( nearly eoJaportant '
.was asked what Frenchsociety" aoaie think. ;r'Th'ewr-iuiva iMieii -superseded hy- tiny, teui'-l' >!lng-stkJqiportant. far- wore-lm.- potash will be contained in the manure: .t;he. Increase'was, a ,/
ha
". did be replied/ : Wam; not. theatregoer nor ballroom' tbreks'and'plu:! line stripes the ,latter portaut ;,even than }.he fit of 'glove. --7; M. Bartlett Experiment. Station, far. and one'day .the-talf refused iTerrations' ,;

meet..The frequenter, neither! : do "know even .1 scarcely! more' than their' own width .Mittenswill be made of the Aneetylgce',l Fenobscot County, Me. : No amount .coaxing would.nduce '

tory of the struggle between men women llko-thts 14'renebmnnj"on the .feel-that[ 1 have much better! use that bl"aeoll4Cglor: ! ) / ; Lipitati.msln, e\ecy-hape.r form will Dol....Rnn!. began look very thin After
one hantl"ind, on the other hand thostf mI/ lOIe' and'.money. From' -my 0..." ',AH thytes't couturiers are making up be rigorously; tabus t1.,, Btrln beans are not a very common little she began to. sip a little l"

who bare had no place for a smile In .eztf hi UoD.1 bare no hesitancy, however, their foulards l1iJ radiums very.simply\ la Jewelry the utoftf: 'unlikely tones crop for forcing undet glass, but faIrly' warm milk, alt nod after week she :
their religion. ; Tbe''worjd ha* never agreeing with thoso.who replied to 'and softly. ,The skirts on the dressy are' now used In"'coIIJuncUon.. It isquite .successful result W 1 obtained' with will drink about a quart to a'feed, but +,
my question that the theatre
lacked the stole ana the sensualist, To and dance and I
are In attractive instanceslaid them at tbe Wisconsin Station. no more Is very lank. As the calf
the ..tolc-the church bas seemed and progressive euchre and cards are gowns many = usual to scoa sapphire framed Strt. -
,very In tuck., while at the In Ing them In pot was found to. a la two months old this is"a nl'7'.maU '*
la i.; To the sensualist she Jias seemed menace to the development of ,tbe tiny stitched\ I rubles or eVen a combination la rubles ;
. stood and always will stand against, they may not bo more harmful than tbe frills set .on with narrow I every posilble' color-are now blended were obtained when .were Theca, f has not sureba417'but. .
the purposeless lives of both- of these other form of amusement named their strappings of tlie silk/ in delicate colorings I'; : and It Is not an uncommon sight to see ed In hill*- abut one'toot'apar.eachway flmpJ seemed to ,; ;
extreme If 'to the mere pleasure I nttuence !seems to. -atfblnst! them.- several of these radium frocks as man f as four or, five different stonesIn Later they. were I cn attribute ,the tronblp,t
seeker thQ church bas aet'mlNtdogmutic, To know the question: "Do you personally 'are serviceable additions to the summer a single setting-and wUH charming eighteen inches 'apart. The' yield o( n id other cause oterfelnJr.-J
and damnatory; we must remember people who frequent the theatres M. Pike In .
beans
tl'ou..eau.-rndlanapolJl News. results was three M..chu.ett
that pleasure bas been tyrannical and and ballroom and encbro parties> whoa ; ? Jncrele.a'u (1mI.by loU8b8
brazen' and absurd. t the same time are also leaders .51 ; : the commercial .
To him who worships . >. 'WnUn. Part k Mt For vrorUBs; H.n.e:
the /Rod of pleasure; even otherwise prayer meeting and the Sundayschool'i 1,1 ( ? I Children; .; 0.14-HT Loop Clnrncl. fertilizers Meplusultra and Golden .
harmless pleasures become dissipation soul wlnDer'Wlth": good healthful A waist "patteroOl-thRt 1l, he material Wax were the most proucUve. I hne,ben known to be short or'a .
till the world Is fulL of the Insipid - influence only two answered In the lit its I proper sections.; is n' very Children -should never' wear.,, tight Eye found tbat fumigation tO even ,In working season, and
lu heart and the vile in character affirmative. Why Does l: not Indicate -' simple matter though those'who Itnownothing shoes; bands,, collar, garter or glove bacco'lnjnred the plants but the white depended on grass for the.'horses.: O'
and the-purposeless In life. God did that there Is something out of of"tbe dressmaking may be ota | Tight clothing Injures any part of the fly was readily controlledwith h'dro gathered I for them wl the scythe

rot make tho world tor were amtise-. harmony wltlr these particular "amuse loss" to'portion out tho'linen.: The body, but most especially the ,chestIt cyanic 'gas, usingten ounce of potassium of pichfork gnus diet N
went neither did He deslga that it moots and tbe healthful Influence ot following very elementary suggestions prevents the proper expansion of the cyanide for, six million cubic 'Iwet more. In tbe gram \
should be run by the mere roljlckers. tho Christian life I* It right to go. will make ltv possible- for a novice..to lung ned 'wbUe"th-re: are million of feet of pace. The best temperature large enough to mow there was subf
1 Yet desire for fooil- and clothes In' counter the' testimony of people air cells.In our lungs; we need the us"e
no
scattered such wide prepare the pattern for tbe'dresIDlak. was concluded to be nbout fifty to sixty stance 'enol&b so that they stood the a
a
over territoryand '
more an indication o.f the physicallyrobust of every one of them to keep the blood work' welt and carried their '
and normal from so many different denomlnalons er. The waist requires three yards.of degrees at nlght'end'seventy d t"b.aq Y'
man than the
.demands for laughter,and amusementIndices are so Ibng Its we prize oui religious linen one yard wide. Cut twenty-nine pure. Pressure on muscle cripples or:
of the normal,.mental and spiritual influence . ,Inches far the t front twenty-two for prevents their action and.unused muscles daytme.'AmerlcaD, But to make the grass, diet more. A'
man. The*question I'| not. therefore If we say tbe theatre a* a whole Is of the back breadths (one width makes grow weak and atrophy, so that "fttifr Goorf Properly.'A .,, > satisfactory tbe grain malt be' fed la I 4

). one of amusements,. but what good Influence and. necessity for the the two baCk: ). twenty-two inches for tbe act of respiration, which 1* carried Wisconsin 'tne proper'.form'elhe.ground or,"soaked., ,.
nen who'are carrying the great bur omby the chest muscle, ,grows moro man interested In. .i .
kind and bow much. each sleeve 'This leaves a piece from that Dry tbe 'feed, and' trass .
dens in tbe commercial and Industrial sheep and wool business says tbereduction crn.
: .
No doubt that the'church''has often which can be cut a three-inch strip for and more shallow.' Tight clothing may make combination,. do'.notJ2 *\
world, then It fall short of Its I tbee In this country In
,
? '
purpose -
"
been too closely allied with the stole for tbe theatre I* supported not by the the collar irnd two pieces' nine by cause. compression of the'.8Ott, bony the past few.years make tbe sheep Industry digest well together, .- '" ..:
In exerclsing.damnatory power respecting 2argenie and Rockefellers but mostly eleven And one-halt Indies for the deep' chest wall ot the child thus mechan ,When first eating grass .the -
all forms of amusements. But before b y those who cannot afford It and at .cuffs.. Carl should bo-taken not to set lcally-preventing tbe air from entering tbat.good It will safe business from lie five estimates to may be a little tender, the dry tHUr'

we f ensure too severely let us take. the same time do,wbat they ought to -the design on. the front too high 'Up; the lungs. Tbe larger our lung 'and, reuir not masticated; well and wit the '
into account tbe condition of her early la philanthropy. themore breathe other things being seven 7t'al to re up regain this '
Most of the'support one does l otroollio': how much goes we variation between ,,, ..,
history. Tbe church loss. tb..to.abtDa"
The of
began ber. mighty present ;bIJrh'price sheep
conies: from the younger class,_wbo a* equal the longer we.will 41ve.and can ?
march of conquest In cities where all .Into th-shoulder or bow deep tbe neck one .readily bet. >
yet have uo great burdens to bear. As Induce every sheep, owner .to sell .
wi
the
and "vigor'we will
more power be obtained Inthat
sorts( of lewd and obscene amusementswere must be cut out; an ample allowance .uU'wllt way
to-why those who frequent them are Just a* closely possible, and that
the rule-Rome Corinth Epbe- not real forces' Christian must be made. One hand-embroidered have. When we remember! bow; the 01 8 .ue''U'o parts oat and one part'
bound .
work read tq keep the number down n..a7' .
sue etc. In these cities the godof' the following: President Eliot of Harvard waist the tucking 'should be done by breathing affects the whole life It 1* that corn, ground fine; for hoiWfed-nd-

pleasure beld such high carnival that says: "The Influence of amuse b"d.L. combination of machine easy to understand'how constriction of used.more, many woo?.year to ,the* ago tber.In W.I'the plenty of It; then there,IDI question'' .
Industry was throttled and domestic ments. maybe drawn from the qualityof 'tucks and hand embroidery IsV never the chest always brings ,111 health person about the horse not standing the work** ,
life WAS weakened. Home's great amphitheatre tbe popular theatre. The taste 1* for. happy Hemstitched tucks are pretty, Constriction- the chest, also Interferes .' United "States :than.there Is today ,well on a'grass diet ' : +'
.
since cotton hal
seating 883,000 people could the trivial spectacles, burlesque, vulgar . as In our examples of the coarser linen 'with the: action of tbe.stomach, 'a come Into such generaluse .1 do .ot.ailow'ihe horst to miss at' '
vastly be filled with the morbid ,
crowd but quarter of century '
vaudeville\ extravaganzas, and the waist and the one 'with the pedcockd.lJrn."lIarpN'1 beert.'and'II'Ver'r| A, baby's waistband Ag of during the working .
that measured the worth of the amusements there little demand for te p'II leai
: wa'very
'
often to. anill-
stage unmoved
presents ; may be so tight that It cannot retain- ; but'When tbe pasture ft'?
by the of the entertainment Weekly.Eadl.a _
fury .i rnoln..a
ences scene. and situation of an \iu\. ton.' To-day tbe demand hi great And
and b tbe number of sufficient food on its stomach and the am not do miss!
and
: men, -- ",,
wholesome sort
; It Is the Increase right'along This,
horses slain merely for their amusemerit One of the- leading dramatic critic.'Of .- : Wedding 9.115.'TheEngiiafrLavemuehsenllment. mother wonders why It grows thinner. op noon feed; but they binst' iave' grain vetwice"a :
with the the number olsh'eep
< _"Tbo-"EmperorTraaU"py.three : --m -th.-EngJl.l1-'pre .,-Mr.-Clemen .and..thinner.. .. 4TlgbF shortage.In day whether' working' notT ""

months' 'show In which 10,000 Scott;says It 1* ;early Impossible tora about'wedding veils, and that worn by ;' clothe interfere with the cir andthe4tlghprleeofwooIIubound to make sheep raising and feedIng "l common U i'"UIlit;; ".,
men and' 11.000 beast were slain 1oamuse woman to remain culation of the blood and equilibrium horse out .'
pure who'adopts. Lndy Shrewsbury, who nt thart -six ,, 4 .
{ Jlsbt
Men weuld the appear very best on tbe people stage of dressed Itome.Y ; the stage a* a profession and that>tba Atas a grandmother', wa also worn by ofjhe circulation i* necessary'to tbe Indiana.profitable Farmer.for several year.to com,. and leave 'them tilt"kfonday, morlg. !+

gorgeously, when suddenly flames stage has a tendency to disorder the her three daughters, .Muriel! Lady proper development of the child, 'With and these.. people ara;'usually, -one*'
finer sensibilities and to substitute hoi- reference.to the equilibrium of the circulation their hones .tud.the' I
-
would' burst forth all over their bodies Ilclmsle-y, Lady Gwendolen Little and do not _
lowness for .ht.s .
and they. would die writhing In agony -from-slpcel.ty"my Intimate and experiencewith adds: 1speak Lady Londonderry, and.by two grand.dnuglite4a ;' the distribution of the clothIng ,H.IP'J.al. Hokei v.horse--that; ; his"'its,;, "

.. of flame to tbe delight of the god of the stage running over a period of Mrs. Oervaso Beckett and on the body is very important AMa '0 a' catching ynrd or pen, _Instead liberty, part'ot'the 'time and takes vql-, -, '. "F
-pleasure.' Often Christians ;were forced over-thirty years." Is It right to demand ' Lady Helen Satordhle. The latter usual thing the parts of the body- of baying regular rectangular'shape, untary. exercise Is' a tar more;doUe'' .

spectators and often unwilling participants amusement the enormous: bride also bad libber, wedding'"boqueta the extremities.-needing the most-pro pave at one corner',a sharp $lDCIA _u.r fl" l'li&I, Green* '
In these brutalities. -"Food andfun" price suggested by these men In the .bIt'ot myrtle'grown from a slip that tectgn( receive the least;'nnd tbe part extension, 'ai shown In the-, -Cult. or. ''_

was the loving hilarious:people; cry"of that haunted thesecmuiemeflt ruin pjf the.virtue of womanhood whose ill 1ST bad formed a part of 'Lady containing the vital" organs, where the this ex ten lion' tbe bogt will rush, when j f

wlur-n: 'Wfn-h1lrtll -eMs'ot-'t slQnL'Jjtolamuse-u: Home's: -.uL and thus Londonderry's bridal toque., and circulation Is always acUz.fi, are too theygrty be easily Cludt. Caring f_ CV .i :
like vestals let theIr. virtue f
.
dying gladiators.' Tbe popularity of the awful price for entertainment pay. which was planted immediately after heavily clothed Babies especiallyare' Forfoadlng bogs wagon, To begin"with, win say.that we
:the ruler'.was measured by Ms willingness If It Is "nearly our mere Impossible" to-' ward." Lady'Lou-Helen was uiurrledlu' often found clothed in this manner., ,with. cage on, op' tp tbe pen. fence, dig fer.Jersey* to cows of any'other breed '.

and abltlty-to-aatlsh. this cry for adopt the stage and remain pure, then 1002 'or twjenty-seven years from By ,using the one-piece garment, the under the.hind wheel a few inches to for dairying,,' .ktc: wttk'good car t
'fo6d and fen." An unwilling witness It Is not Christian to demand tbat formof tho date of the planting{ the original body can be more evenly clothed.( The bring the rear end .and.upr lde oltbe. and tee And tfetoa* taken to

to these debancberl.es la the name amusement on whose altars-womani sprig. TJle-Jer.eye; Lave an exquisite child'\ bead should be protected from wagon 'be plank Cn.leleraton. will fttraiah '4to. basis

._of 'amusementcan 'we wonder that the from such
birthplace
coming a that' of our- own sons and daughters but c1 den take cold.. easily, ; leaving a large '
church bas at times been extreme Lady Jersey In 1SQJ, and this. Just 100 summer plak'oJ rai space ., sane and tanks,,
Gibbon tells us that In the day of would-we be willing to make it simplyto years later: In.1D<>>:adorned Lady Du- If-the-heal-- Is "kept too warm-'.Boston 'enough your largest hOJ to"'pai: but are now using a"cream.'separator;

Home's worst famines she dismissedher Tbe amuse stage people cannot. be kept up without "lillY,'(IRuhof: the present Lord and Traveller.. ' through.,_ Place. an floor of with".....hlcb'w. arewell pleased.' ,By';

senators apd patron of art but to using somebody's daughters on th& al- Lady Jersey. Tbe lIon. Mrs. Benjamin plank from the. ground of the pen totie this method our, milk .. pot mined, ..x..r
satisfy .her god of pleasure she kept tar. :Now tbe question becomes a dou- Batburst wore a wedding veil that : lower side of the wagon opening, with a"water dilution;aepaator, 'eoar
tier Tile vestal virgins and l6'w4.her OOOQ ble one-not only'can I, have Christian: bad also been worn by ber grandmother ; e A o ; a* shown by tbe cut'up whlcb'to'dr. cream and' are:.ready for ndt;
dancer suit singer/ of tbo sort motives !t IItScrge the 'hogs. .cornon '
the tbem'without
by frequenting theatre", -Lady' Nortliwick.- her'mother. Teu'e tt'r any disturbing
to amuse ber a. oho staggered down to but I* it right to ask that somebody's Lady Bdward Churchill. Miss Olive -tbe floor and also on' the whoTe. setting by.dipping '
death in tbo last convulsions of
-or lay
her dying hour. He will not criticisetoo daughter run the risk of such an awful ,Van der Mculon.( now Mrs: Thorold iJ tbe floor;;of,the wagon'atart tlie'nogs. Into It before the mass ;Is fairly raised,!
that -which
.
harshly the church who has come temptation them for 'my mere the amusement stagesubjects wore at her wedding a lace veil formerly and they will go up and, In., No fuss, Tben.'bere Is another great advantage; -

with her down her LUtorlc.way and granting' that tho stage hal many tlio. property of former Queen In tbat"the; milk un' be taken direct, ,.'
has witnessed her death 'struggle/ with of the most noble a*.It* adornment and Isabella ot Spain.-XVw York ',fIUle from .tbe separator.\toAtliAcalT.cs; and::.
the professional dispensers of amusexncntovho. that many of our best people patronise pigwhile yet warm. We "ooldDt : .
vlrgrlnCitndvhotolAnanclal c* vlle.'ln as the It? Yet if the flame of the theatre passloa 1'11. Ai.nttead 01' xee'nik to be the favorite,material has a'dilution" (delusion) .epa.t6r. 1 .

'n It I I will ponder to the selfish and l .demands-such, fuel can I afford to Marie' Corelll! I bo* mare another t; for tailor suits., the place.' Had rather 'go back totb* jl"

- gain sensual{ moods of men till they leave not be, a appeal party to tothe'triln.aetlonfIwouJc1.prejudice nor act as Judge... tI-'lf...u1Ibn..Jhp_ _1IlgArltY' tItJ1: andsoeletyiy Pink and blue combinations are rem- tree of crock .(ban'; tppll' our:mllkfb7,1

those who otherwise would be' nobler over other men's consclAcces! nor pass 11 series of ssoya-juat-pi1nh lataeent Of Watteou. Purlngl.woter In,. and not getting all. .e

men and women, mere derelicts on bard ecclesiastical' of disbarment cd, which she'calls -Free ThougZa: ."- Soft.. .npPfu'.cioth 'l11n"lrclIt-faTol-- .,_. A'good'centrifugal. ,
life's sea: to the. menaCe) ot the. Innocent against those who might differ with She also has a few observations, to for reception dresses : r T11IyTon"zoinrvro--sosa, ,j jno separator get.'*/ll the/cream. ". .";

rot's gera.- me. I make my appeal te)' tbe bcart's .make on the American noiuau. MU, Eack skimming should be',kept to JU ,
Even to-day under the-isneli. of this Mcnse-of Justice to make mat or woman Core 111 docs not altogether! admire1 the Shaded ro'scs and Blinded straw' tor or soiled clothes apd M lot ol self'until 'cool, when it cab 'put, i '

pleasure''tribute her'a end iincomplaining who may have enough of the Cbrlstly Amerlcnn 0111011). but she holds thnt1Iu.'y everything shaded, except feathers, Is''' .qule hbg*,-n.: T. Vose/lu Farm.and. tbe cfeam1\ Jar. When enough "TadT f
to do' iiotlies Ambition to'make the most of. life by popular In Englnnd'beca -- : Cyme. \ churning : .
are \ sl. short for ; warm .to 'InenJ1-fcbt, "
!ta toto keepanopen account with ,
tbe dispensers of lillarlous'and,enu- 'shunning that form of..amusement)( they make 'tbl.J1s..h"l'1Il101>ulor.- Miss coats-ore belflCl.TTOirn\ :\ bY.AU the or eighty-degrees, pour la 'some butters-: N44"

ous amusements about dance balls nt 1 ,nny risks.; kind which runs such tremendous 'Corelllsuysi/ :' smartest women, as.a'relief. from the 'MaVInc Monr b)RodacliTc th.Ca. milk -and set. iw fire nnW'thtckgned.' '.t., '

--theatre!'!, while at the name time tlio'y: Aro you asking mo :f -man is tabs "As'to the Aravrlcnn! glrf, bb Is 'all long Jacket / Hoard's Dairy man -mentions 'a I Mr. but do. not keep too ljol.o..Icw.It: to,
will tiec "exceedingly poor and saving deprived of his rights just because he there.' She can take the measure of aniauTn Brussels collar! and cult iil t.'are qompetlng Ross, of Washington State,, who bas becprarf' sour; .We cbur ,. (

If approached for charity or phllnn' la a Christian! This is n 'good: : question nbout ten minutes, mm classify with Irish .jcroclidt ':'" tjMy're', a herd of .lty-nj..Jersey cow,*' giving from ftly.e/ht to -'lld,. .41 e,, a*
tbropy or Justice. Tho mere vagabond over which to pause and ask for tbe him ns tbotigli .bo were 'n ..botanlculnecliueii. about the Billie prlce= *< / % mik. and reading. ana studying there ; .in' cream On*'

on monkey the street or the with grewsoroe bill hand and organ discord-and "sake of others not what dutiesmy. ., ( : "Slio realizes nil.bin limitations Chemisettes aro''' very popular 'with . bu.loe. of'feeding and mana$e- can tell by a few chuVnlng the proper'''

tint "curb stone band",take In tbe revenue rightbut?' what are. my Ills fads-and she has the nucominonl -. almost every' sort of 'dl' s" The prettiest went, has reduced: his expenses' Jn temperatures' "aY swing ichurh ,\
that belongs to laundryman or obligations ; good lelllO not to expect oiiucu are made! of embroidered muslins. keeping.them .till .they are making him which .we prefer.to any '< t tl.Out..

grocer, n* -though these mountebank A Rotor XxiMl 8t.v...on*> Fr.'y.r. of liiin. Khe:: vouia not 'take any''on There Is quite'"Q decides fancy1"at thirtf-tbree per.cent'.more prft..\Te batter is.washed in the churn afterthe,

dispensers -amusement 'were' mor I-Ord, behold our family here assembled the lily maid of Attolat. the Fair present for tbo..J princess; gown, both for Dairyman with It. .tr ngand buttermilk Is drawn off, -a* It 1* easier,,
.--Jeservlngthan tbey. J* : 'We thank Thee,for tills place in Elaine, wbo spent her time in polishingthe afternooii gowii* and for some,of the putting of'.things comments'ion':" this and,better to'wash the-milk out than, ra' '
Seeing how Roiuo amused herself to which we dwell for tbe Jove thatJiultwr shield ot, Lancelot, And wbo .finally of : matter'A follows: .' to work all the grain out of the butter
''dead and how Spain amused herself. : !. ire, for' tbe- peace!' accorded us'Ibhlda7 died of lore for that most Immoral, loveliest the evening gowns "But when ..you''all ,tvItU\:farmers with"the bttefmlk. .
with biiU-flgUta-otrt-BfTnier'of the for the hope with which we. Hats ore. nil more 07-; less tip-tilted, .'
about In }
but fascinating::: knight of the round profits tbrohgh We t salt oar ;
buter ( cw /
> into the imbecile expect the morrow; for the health tile and Jlerchffi' the bend with
first sank are on :
.powers an '
tomers. '
table. 'No, she wouldn't polish n shield, a reduction of the cost,production; ., Some there butter!
skeleton she now represent, no won- ; work the fixn 'und the 'bright: skies. I'I1' t'atcolluetf"'th4t tbe huts.oflast' 1D I
flat i nfel"'i't.
der our l'urltan fathers were fearful tbat make our llvei'dellghtful; our you bet, She would make Lancelot summer could and all through, a bctterrstudy and nnderstandlng .altl..w le others prefer salt. 'T ",
of this pleasure god He Is blind who I friends In all part of the artb, and polish It himself for all lie was worth, never achieve. ol their business,, they some' prefer colored, and otbertrdo'"
'sees no. Inconsistency In the Puritan our friendly helper In this foreign Isle. and polish her own dear little boots and For theatre \-ear lace bodices and lose all 'Interest in the subject That not. Our ,bntter'Uumolded: In one- !,
leaf bans 'Oft all forms of amusement 'Let peace abound, -In our small company shoes for her into the bftr nIJt. That coats and even dresses, are wonder lean end of the t.Uon that-they take poudd prints I winter aDd:wrapped 4'

till a man must be or at least appear Purge'out' ofevery heart the Is-'one of the 'secrets-masterfuuess--<<: ) fully: popular. Irish point., combined"with no'stock ,.In Yet, strange u parchment er:1n: summer It. is .
miserable before he can be happy.- But lurking, grudge. Give us grace and or letI.. fay, qiieenlluess, wbltli- .ebege embroidery"'and""'libVa. 'lt.eeins lt'Is.the only eud that- he7 pa k I Ih'one"and two-pound"ctocka 'j.

he today-1s_ worse, than blind who strength Torbear and .to persevere. sounds better, The lord of creation! can lenciennes lace, i'made up. o'fer silk hate any'cpntrol'over.31r.'ROes.foundtbel. .t. ";__ ; for-,elc..e roitr., Now, bere,Js.'arif':
,does not see, and especially In pity: life; Offender give n* the grace jto accept : s'" '
of the softest
palest ahades. did ; '
ourselves. dojnothlng) in tile way'of ordering her .. ; be not other ce having a, sep- ,_ ",
has become and. to forgive. Forgetful .
of
that the ,
daringly despotic/god pleasure and that 'she tyrannically help us to bear cheerfully: 'the forgetfulness about because, a* the lady of creation A new Bhade|>of green'; Is being"re:.. really -kpow: enough'aboct. his .bus!- .arator.. Tlie'buttennllk.Js.not-fponedX: ; -

Invades*every- shrine of ber of there: Give us courage and she expects to( order hIm about-and celved entaMttfitlcally. bythe.. Parl- 'ness.. S be wept to' work toiread np(eI with water, .Jcad.be. taken' 'In buckets toceans ,':
devotees and that no day I* too'.acred gaiety and the.quiet mind. Spare to she does." : London" Correspondence lennesC4llei, ; almond.green. It Is think. I struck him,' ndoUtt.:] ,t'lt' to oof-Cnktomers.'and the ones ,. -

for her ribaldry and coarse jest By us Our friends, soften us to our ene- Globe-Detnocrtt... seen in,"a number of tints, from a very there were many other kni'" who wish creJ get i dret from' the f;*, \
pandering.the ruinous pension, that antes Bless U..Jf It may be.' In all out pale,one.to a deep' ,.rich ..hade.whlchmH more than be did; w.ol.meth a, separator lllt 'and, ,.
would rather laugh than to 'think she Innocent endeavor' IfIt may not 'W.lI n........ 0'0"_. out beautifully In cloth. ", isequently, were, more perfeVt-mn d separated. ,. ;XTo

d 'would*leave our fair land tenantless of give a* the strength to encounter tbat _Pockets J eiqg a Inaccessible, areve'r.. II'r: and cuff sets get more fascina profitable.' He could not travJl. and 'sum up the necessities,of,a god,,-* '
;- IIbeAemuI..nel..tbewtae..and..AlL1t.1W'1tb ,which Is to come,that we be brave In. every :well ,dressed 'woman 'carries a -and deep.efr--every".day., Blind see, all thesemen/ ,, bat he could\read dalryt*-Good cows, good care and teta- ; '.

amusement a race: that of grinning binders me pigmies.from--Any doing peril in constant wrath and in In tribulations all! changes;;: teni'peroate of Tor- hand' ,-:?reticule.,, ; or, ...Itls, here f'f'C open embroidery; h ;aytad light of what they were"doing, and.Jo! and regular, milking ./separator.' Pre'-

my. dUty In my bnslneea:>> during the tune, and down to the gates of death called,:'a--ridicule. ,.These useful little; laces, play. Important p.nl iff their 1 Jbehdiditblrty4fireapericent.1 was addedto churning,; cleanliness -from' , .
week 'or.nrfatrts mo'! careless of my dn- l yal and'"loving one to another. As rtlclea are, to bq bad In all! kind,of I making al, and bits of exquisite. Japanese ,. his profits .., customer'la each,'rand every.dei .'
ties In-the house of God or that would the day to the pottes, as the windmillto materials, from gold 'and silver to drawn work Introduced so.mof'theprettlett . "It Is '''the'same resnlt everywhere Be ready to learn.' D not
make serious( 'thought a bore Is to be the wind .. children of their sire leather or tllfc ,,: om,quaint band bags a \ Wbero ,'. a reading thinking "know It all? ,(D&aotaay;' ")1 butter

j ".ivoided.Fo.te, nor arbor ;no.,ammo- we beif'eCh'of The this. help and art: made ln-cut steel or jet, and fn'y.- I ,. :' innn..be ,,' tbe.one,to whom..tbe'bestprofits ,Is '.. .good: u? ". &*..,b 'trjrr;to. f:
men( that_ cannot grow consistently on ruercju for C11rJ"t''ulr: rromthr- Frlo "-brocades) ,' the: pattern 'TWUig' "T1f 'trench G11met tinploys. il119 ,.'I sojWAody; tplain; is.the' Improve Bd doallMM uak ..bettert8r / '

.the ,same item' with the, Chrjtiarw-. ,. ..Work* oN3teY8D1OD.IT '? ., dattied Into. ',tbe material.with 'gold_ or people {In: fate' factories.,04V j way. tber :i are .huudreyts, of.ousauds. each .t '
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certain.a'.be Gfttbolto lectures!!' conduct ''W .
k 'ed at .the; .Opera House b,. tUv...P.Bre.oabao. .' J ,y .r' SUNNY STABLE.3lF; .

of Orlando.,;;'will.be. of in. 4
.!II ,tereat. to our .readers;,! ; .1 I The "Fran1c1hi" q'r-.-:- .,..-
< Qaiu. a'A ta ge P I -
lecture given In the Op rv House In '
the flat part plthU:'*eek "by the Rev. f, Livery p. :f
A + 'r P., nregnab&n, pf Orlando: .Thn.large'audience .Z; .- 'Standard\ Typewriter ,; ... .
were Very Attentive and -
seemed very much \Interested. On , : ,," ,
'. Stable
Sunday ,ttltht( after answering 'ooinedlfllcultteB "au? 1 Feed | ;
r e? bi i aRaiDat the Catholic .
bI ++ i'' belief; he )spoke on the two condition tl l 1:1 ,, } a. i .. ---"'. :.. :!: .. --, -- -. ... .

v for ftlvM.lonirlwn In St. JUiir\c'. \ :. : T/ J.'W. ''MILLER. PROPRIETOR. ,- I
Gospel ('hap.IO, Vtrie, vU: )H apt-' .1 : .. .. : '
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end ; called
trstth.'Dxpti.m"|) \bo a '
F ? tcratv ntoi* Instrument of. urnoit: and J #flGENTS STflNDflRD\ \ OIL GOMPflNY.J \ .
It U beside a condition laid down by J + i II "
tt'} .
?+ Jesus Cbrftti /ulfllmont .on tllI."I'L : Broadwayopposite: : Po'stcffice*; . 1 ,
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t of those who wish to obtain'the right! .. .' I 'y*i. '- ,, -r ,
to IJeaven that Me purchased bdck'fur ____. d . .,:,2Cissliac.rrie.: .' .:F1Qri? da.
line i.
ofTabte .
'' them' by til* death: op the <:rues of -To look at. our. .. 1: ./ '' : '
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Calvary( anoL'tbul become children o.f delicacies\, make you wish tb.tastethemr ''it : "
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+ God and heirs to beavon'; '. -AJ.X : u11ne"fI.. f
Phone a.02.' i'Kinds'
We have-also to believe In prder W .. r*.. . It I .
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1'l, be aavPd..JIf in'Christ aa the.lIde.ion; -A. 'TONQUE TICKLERS, 4 Stands for.Vlslable. Willing. Simple Mechanism, Speed, tfrfHM-**********************...... .. ... .. .....*.ea aC. ,, :
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obbliGufioeveryihlnatbandstCbrfstti f fi .
I ; ;.light; are 'not;,stSarce here, every article Ex. ellent Manifolding.. PermanenUTrue: Aligns .\ ., k
4t From that fwot wejmusti conclude t.latHe "" "'""' """' ''''''''' "
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Irft Which U 'ou'r ment; Durability and. a. Fair; Price. ... <
r SS $ means by ;we. are in stock of-Groceries can Jay : . .. >
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? know what. we are -to. believe' and du : A Strictly.Hjeh-Grad'e! Writing Machine 86f9\ $?5 by i '- N. ; < '
C. 4.cr.tary.
l a+ a in order to be, saved."That1'mean; : clairmto thVtitle.Our: assortmentof {t 6, ... ; ; I /I.. CARSON., PrOdeat -- BRYAN iitI
'1 s must have been within the reach ot( all! '10 O\itter-rp\vvpr! : opapafiy,* fI'I-i: E' \
'', men..t all time, since tbetimeofChtlst .
flfir.; down to our own;:'it must be"rneanr rj ....... STAPLE \\i Ei-f. BUM PUS. "MYr. Cernuqls., Bask Bulidlsi. Sn....... Ci. i' "

tailed. to' everyone"whateve : AND'PANCY-GROCERIES $ '
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& Carson Grocery Co. < ;
WItefs
be-bis tntrllectuel'capacit -rvru ,
may !: >
} t +' the-d ullest and It must be ad. I GJTWHble consists'entirely. ,: I of : Wffh. class .VVV' VVVV iVV/VV.VV. V.. AVVVV. <<

men,means astray, for. It a means DO means.thai.ooulil The lead newt goods Nothing(of inferlor.- u lit" - ",'."..' ';-' - ' $ __.... ___Wh6le'..I..a'If..D..t! .. .....111 - <<>>>.

't ; testament cannot be such a 'mean at. is permitted to enter 'store. If .. T. ... $, -4<>..-
.._..)least the private Interpretation of it Is 'GR.G ER--.I E-S <>.
I t, bra not. The brit words of that book you will lea/e'us. 'an orJer we wijl Has Stood' The Test 25 Years ,
y I were not >written for fve} years alter fill it'to- ypur entire satisfaction .
.Christ left this earth and that las
l 'word.-tbe"'book of revelation's for and prove that we. do not indulge '!? : .' -. COUNTY AOBNT9FORIf ' l? .
1 .___ t .
65 years after Christ's 'ancenslon. Up. in empty words. : .'Grove's f.aste r r./ "
io the 4th century Christian did not Jf cnd!
+, know what the new testament was, because The.W., B. MAKINSON CO A Celebrated'.:Fertilizer son ---- .
it. at that time Doly that the '
was
'church with the infallible authority-o B..D. HDQAN MANAOER, T :..\ I -X' E T C. ..
Cod declared what books of the many less Chill Tonic Cf renters. ..<] prlc-: - .
r, 7 .;h 'i.. In use rrrrsi jHsplrfd and which were- WNKNM'" -- ?T "- t.ra'.loo401l: .-..ppll.c.tloa."o. : i '- ,. ,
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not. Furthermore up to the Invention : I < '
l; h/Ii.ot the prlotln.fr press in the 15th'*n1 b-Cure-No-Pay. SO cents.ATLANTIC '>"
tury the bible 'was A costly and very <
: "f, are book and historians of the llth am12tb .i" .i' :ElIDE S' FURS WOOLCountr << .

t P centuries tell "us make, it took ''a no ah ul awhole" k ?. u a .* ,. ___ <'**, .
lifetime to- one copy .'
' this precious book. How. many thec.were \0. e, COAST LINE ?' Iroduce'a.: Specialty. :
., able to read It even If they. had ...... .
} Get! It!? Where did the 'Christ laos learnwhatthejr'were y\ I
THE THRftUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA.
r w to believe Surely "'a'awNVS" +' H NH'r'vMAYNARD. """"
not. from the bible but from the church ,
''i. instituted 'by Christ. Nor la the bible :" -------::-- 'r.
'' an Infallible e.os when privately In- ,'.
CCONNECr.'ONS.: .
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e:year Ji : :--- Over Its! own Rails to' Savannah: Charleston. w J Y

InterpretUig" inspired .book of the .
:;1 TOEast'I Richmond and Washington, thence Via Penn LUMBERCo.
bible privately for themselves. Church '
upon church add, religion upon religion $ sylyania Railway. ___ J

,}' hat sprung up until today To West! .<(:Via Montgomery) and-Louisville &. Nashville
there are over 300 different denomiaslions
each claiming to be the church' the I ..and "Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta Saw and Planing Mills'Now ,

1, of Christ./; Only one of the "many I To Via Savannah Ocean, Steamship Company, fort
'C rllt'' churches can be the true I East .
New| York, Jblladelphla and Boston, via Norfolk
one as Christ founded. only-one rea'son th' $'.('amer UxNew York, Washington and Baltimore - In operation Complete House Bills Furnished.
t ;" '. ,that ought to teach US' teat such! an il i 'via Savannah and Merchant and Miners Transportation Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber': and Lumber of all Kinds. toE -- :'
t t t" organization { in governrper t and MAX AUSCHWITZ.'
s ope Via' Steamship. Co., Baltimore and Philadelphia.
,?, w ':'la dp trloe. ',Universal .In doctrine WATCHVAKEF AND J'WELER ? ORDERS PJJLED PR0 2PTLY.

and extensionexisting alnoe, the time 'ItISMaA... .. *1A.Reratnxn Key West, and Via Peninsular I & Occidental Steamship '
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sfrj of "M apostles and-destlip_ to. exl.t - -- : - _. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. '
until the end of time for the :"gates of C refnM" ,.s.wetrtoe.1.,11"1 ;. HavanaCompany. 1; rRoutvnf .
bell will not prevail against It." Itt oJ craving.' .. the celebrated Irtlnii.'l'Ie.' York 'A Florida MpwUl, Florida and Well In Ul ...
must have In it the means to make meD I c'.v, Limited,Cbliwiio Florida Umlt dr and l PUU Flyer. 'n .

S.". holy Instruments, such as.of Institutions his grace."Ttb&lv of God-and It p A. VANS, AGNEW Quickest Schedules:; Superior: Service. = .

k" , must know it it,the church ot God'and .- f.ATTOHNBV, ,, AT-.tiAW' .:.,.'...... I Fot Information n.to rttr, *ch dalei,ate o',ooniulttb Purple Folder or oommanlct or')tht. : ,
? his Infallible tTn
teach with
W] authority: ; f I. .. n\RrAKI.L .. ,
: DlTlilon P -nrtrr" A tent. Tampa eta -
speaking of con fen*Ion, besaid it ft 1 AND NOTARY PUBLIC, rF H. M...EMERSON, Tr.mo Manacer. m. W. J. CKAl General PaawugerapoWllmfn.ton. Rw .MU.GGE.; j -.
our business to Ond out what.condition 'K1SS1MMJ<.:E, FLA.. .N. O. ,
of forgiveness Christ laid down and .
not be, laying.down our own condition -' .., ,, - l'G ,
", by saying we shall confess toGod and A. : NDIES' A. .

o. 7,,' ,not to man ;AVhat_did Christ mean .... ..., ... .. .. . .ALES; WINES B' I
when He said to Hit apostles "Whom-. T : -- '
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.'f"t sins you shall forgive they are, for ) .WHIS'"K"IES I .0". va.-.o"ewo.s ease.! L. ". .1
.L .D fU It .
"Jr." '< given them Acexcept that he ap. I IE' .
;r.poloted, those members of reconciliation ' nitiesIn'aCalIfornia r
;' in speakingofrpurgalory he orti I . :
"'J said that reason alone ought to teach .i9 :;; ; : ;: CIGARS AND .TOBA.CCOS' : 1
;i'V' *s that God la;, not groin -condemn ;; ,vB'A. :+l-,*' ?f'r --v : ,7tT ?uhf v "",,,* K w :;, .: i' ::- .
the man:guilty of petty falsehood to . *, ',' "
the same place.' of punishment as the. tHe :. 's S
The Trade in Orient is '
ppenihg'Up.Our '
-4 blasphemer, and murderer, -
tom; + yet every A' .An eu.s'er-B1is ch. Beet
Idle word must be accounted for on A ;
Judgment day.. "B." -t exports to Japan and China multiplied I

" r L.ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED LU :.I :
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A worm killer, during ,tlfe l last yearT '
3.3.. }Montgomery, Purloo, Wayne .
,, Co., Mo., writes: I have little twin There will soon be. a tremendous' increase in. Can only be found in Kissimmee on Bro .dwlik 0 'f 1 'j 1 1o
t 'girls" *, who .have 'been bothered with Street at the BRICK) BAR ULDNQ) ) ," ''

thing worms to aIl rellwve.theirlive.them which..! tried'failed every until - the, trade'o! the'. Pacific Coast cities' with the Far () :

: 1 used White's, Cream, Vermifuge N I
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the first two dose brought four worms '-_ R. UGGE. 1'%
v7 } from one of them;' the next two doses East.Big .. --H
4, Y ,twelve,"orie-of them measuring twelve opportunities for the 'man who lives} there: ooooooooo ,
Inches the-other child .
.m. of; was only relieve l look the field -', - ".......
'R.t' ') four worms 'It Is a most exoellent .' Why. not over? + / r : --
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;y. : medicine'" ? IJ

, r t u.1-!!:!::" -for White's children Cream;. Vermifuge' is good '' ., \ Only $62.56, Chicago'to San Francisco or Los :':


.'n'.{.'Jt..,..;.. '"the II child not only to perfect destroys) growth worms, wards, it helps off : '. ,Angeles and)lioturn; ;. May" 'r,, 2., j, 9,"''/0, u2! 13, .. "

t A sickness.: Sold by Tbomason k Rob- '
-. '.1'100' 29i30.3i -June' i August 8 io 11" 12 'I : A Hcalthy-tTVcr 4VIakcs '
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n- .=..=_ : 9, 13, ,

"Jj: When the harvester trust-alone ,and Tickets good for return for ,
got : days.
'$4fiOO.OOO it looks like a good working/ :. 14, 1905.. 90 't A Well Man : ,'-

railroad -rebate would keep a .man la Rate for double berth. in comfortable r
: : .tourist
a
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/ ,good. pocket' changeA /.. a L

t : __ _,- TOll Ian to y. .sleeper*from Chicago; to San Francisco,' Los t I
',t' 1s the saving from death, 'of the baby
yn( trlrlof! GeO. A. Eyler, ''Cumberland ..Angeles Santa Barbara and many other; pOints..
Md. He writes: At the age of llmonths. '
"?"'.,' our little! girl was ID declining health, in California; only $7. ;Through. train service from ,
m with
Throat '
; serious Trouble-and two "
< .physicians gave her up."'We were almost -< : ..Union .Passenger Station, Chicago, '.via the
In'desoalr, when we' resolved too .
o i 'try' Dr. King's New Dlscqvery for ...... --
,Consumption-' Coughs and Colds.The .
ti'q 1 -
It first bottle gave relief; after taking Paul' A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the HOST'pt..
a four bottles she was cured, and Is now Chicago )Milwaukee & St.. : FECT LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN.' Do not fill your system '
.
,, ; In perfect health.!* Never falls 'to relIeve ,, with Calomel.-Arsenla or Quihlnsj. HER=INE is a guaran.' -;
and- cure, a cough -or cold. At teed cure for all\ -diseaaas produced by a 'TORPID LIVER
,Osceola Pharmacy v tiOc and $1.Ooguar. and IMPURE.BLOOD.' It will cur. MALARIA without hat h' sing
.anteedTrlalboule: free.. .' :Union Pacific and $Southern Pacific Line any of the deadly effects of mny drugs used for that- .
purpos*. On.'bottle purchased froma
today
MT
' .. may you
- .y 'jersey man. made away with film % : .' sick'; spell tomorrow. Quickly'--cures Biliousness, Can ' j
I '''sett when he was told that he rmd'l .. Malaria .
-en Dyspepsl*; Cnllli and all Uvsr
divorced: and ', still "there... ,ate folks This is"the route of The,Overland Limited, leaving Union ,Co plalDU. Used and recommended by themmedical) Pro-,

: that "Joy. never kills" :PaSsenger'' Station', 'Chicagov6.os p. m., and ThevCalifornia fession fienerally. T'= ;I

()'.i }o "' 'Public la rouNd . : Express.at. 10.35: p. m./The California Express.carries- oitrist: : A 'PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S e

o'(.h .;r.I: The, of.public the'lI-curative aroused merits to a of knowledge thare..t sleeping 'cars' to Californi i\. :every dy. Both : trains carry . x ., ; ENDORSEMENT ...,.

., << medicinal tonic, Electric Hitters\ through standard sleepers.: ; .' Dr. A. J. Hannah, lading physician l of UrnaUnV. .
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Fla-,
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hare been
tor suck stomach, liver, and kidneys.. '. says: using Herbincffa my pra.o'tic. -
'y t' .
and well
1. Mary H. Waltersofbtest.Clair Ave.: am pleased with the nst 19R: I always
Columbus, -writes For, seyer.1 ,Complete Iottbt'le't'Ir --- keep some on hand and think it a grand mtdlclne '.
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for Biliousness '
and
'v': J w'a* die.' I had oo receipt of coupon with"blank ,.".. '" ''. .. ,. : Ur r".Complaint .j. ,I''
3.teverhand rimy "
nerves "' Name'iW.'S. '
ll? : wrecked lines 611ed.. .
aguer were i i. Y "Large Bottle, 50c AroI4.All Satstltatcs
il'< : I: could not sleep and m}', stomach ,. .... ;. ,. l
( so' weak, from' useless Doctors' : HOWBLL, street addreR', ' 'i, -- .J I" ' : -<; ':
;;"r'was '., that I could not."'". SO n.after '- .Qea';_ .Afcat,|Sj Bro 4w r> .' "' I ,* '. #, \." .,1 Ballard Si ()Liniment: :Co.J;. {

:.;.! ti beginning toj take"EIlectrlc BIttergy t '... YORK. CITY, '' . CItj' . ...-, ., .:: StateNBW .- ." :, ,. .' .$.t..LouI..U... tf.A.. Jf. ,
A.! 'obtained relief and la short \I .
time .j l " .. ., "
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Guaranteed i
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w,"...y at.loo.'congressmen-at t.he'.PQblfc: --spending exprose; "'.;:Y .'.-.....,UlCAOOH'. .". .."...'. ," ., '' " \\0. t.. ,J(" .. '" .)0 _.. ,., '. ' aotw ND RECOMMENDED, QY 'I .. *r.-'
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