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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 25, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00191
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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f.'r Awful Confession l'la/Society's uIm.. '

"' of Wowan. On last Frl" .f evening\ Mr; Bert : ; ''
I : an entertainment In hbnor .,
Misses '
of Helen Carson and Albert THOMASVILLB. '.'AA.orrr .' x
EsPoNDENcE Hinton who wera cpeodlng the.week ,: ...-
Uttl Threw Year ,
COR.R Poisoned Her
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with her at a house party. ? ,
Old Daughter; Vfhile at Play, Beside the two guest already'mentioned Ii c":.. PrL11, R' _.. .. 4"i .

'\ Tbrougbout tile Coasts Bloomington, Ind., Aotr.. 23..-Ina 'the fOIlOWIDIC'Li,0UDW ladle 'Physicil cDttar gKcation ,'and Mu ", ar-SJecttltks.
LcK.1 H.ppe.l.lta ; and '
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I' dying condition Mrs. John Lynch. Misses Bertie Jobusoo and I ;, .,,' ... .... ,
I' .. wife of a well I known quarrjmao.gaspIng Mabel 1 Parker Allene, yirginla and Eloise SIMM spent thU vr In Sulldln* ."4.'palpu.n1. 8t*"m.H.M.llMtrti Li.b his;"t .
:,.;. for breath, as the result of. a' awlmnMBI. ........ Good far.. O,lesty. .Raenrpwed. Itro** f"ouH>,
t LAN1ERVILLB, prosperity. of the school In ,that locality. I frog' Illness from heart trouble, confessed Moon, and,. Maggie Messrs.' Bryanrand Llssle Stanford Carson of..T.. .. ..apctrl.iJa. .'-.' ......... ', *>.' < ;,.
,... . :Nufl All of her three Henry' .
,' for once? right. the murder: rear .
y '-' .. ... .tAKlo., old daughter Maude, year* ago, ICarle Lupfer, J. W. Simpson' Wood. ..... faM.eo," ..;...... et .;;;;s.1ao.'i..I.. ." '...... ,
declaration 9" ; Bn Carson Marion 'Carson W.'> H.Motnt' .
Governonjnad the 6 ,
The in a
She ald she her poison I
: /gave ' : '
.about ten days ago that there had,hot dv ... drink of witter while she was at play .., and Carson Hlnton. ...Oott' Opens.. "ptAbr. Wli,,1908." ,For. 7ra.ostJ4. e.. addrs.s ; u.
been rain enough b(0 thoroughly wet BAHINOER.kWMWMMM. When tbe doctor called the child was The hostess Bad originated. 'as the -

the ground-claiming hat the toll required 'I almost dead. The mother led all ito leading feature'of ...heeDUlrLaIDIIHID'", i. coCRRAttO:: ntJMT a lte.ide.t.. ,.
a flrstolass. soaking ere it 'The'' people>> ,her are exceedingly believe that the baby was poisoned by a pretty little .scheme in which each n .. n

would be in proper condition for fall glad that the boats are able to resume eating' .aoornthat, lay in the yard.Later ., guest personated either some hlstori-t : n
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> planting, but .since he ha beeq com their regular run. the woman'marriedanother. cal character; or'one more recently in : F= _

peU.dw'ditob his potato bed. to prevent Mr. Itob.,.Hancock, of Ft. Meade, man,,John Lynch, who had''no thought . .lobe public eye, and narrated lobe prlnlpal '"
them from being .washed Into the bal been In owean.dst( for the pan ten of such tragedy until told< today : event of the lat ten year of
lake and dig thatuseful culinary day giving lessons IriT vocal mtiito. by bis wife' sister who beard. his or, her life, a*well a* thepurpope. "
vegetable to prevent it* sinking into lie seemed very much pleased with the the confession. and plans, < of tIle next ten years to ;

/ tbe depths' of obsourlty, a revolution progress made. The people wish to M..*. -Lynch said In her' confession come. 'The program'wa ':admirablY.. 'State 1ko(
; ,has; taken place" In his excellency's hank Miss Viola Godwin and her that the blue eye and smiling face executed In every detailLater oKissimmeeIT :
mind and he- now expresses the opln-. jro'berAb., for 'b..t&aOIL.. rendered ot_tbe babe have haunted her for the in: the evening, refreshments ,
ion tbat fair weather would berihe by them during the time of' past few year,* and that-in"ber last serye&-whenlt_..was- sen- that . i. < r.-:, ,<"" >
proper thing for a few days: .. 1 1Smlm. . We hone Mr. Hancock: and fatal Illness she could see her'cbUei. the distinguished: are a* fond .of the =.. ; .
appears to think tbat dog its assistant- will return soon. playing in the lard and coming In4 thing that pleaM'the palate'a* everyda .f' 'CI' i.

would bs a bletilng, It it would I .The Ice CI'e&q\.par: fllven Thursday doors to' throw tier arm*. about her. mortals are, t CustomorH' jByer Facility'p
:'rain enough &.0' drown about .half the night, August 17. Was a charming suc- She said she Could not die with the "l'b.._ eea.toD was'a decided' *uooes -

dog there )trio the country; especially oess.< 'Abut 100 person* were. present secret bhe! list -barely spoken since ____ ___ Consistent with Sound/Management/ ,. ., F Ff

those that try isto devour him when &rO partake 'of (the.-cream and cike. the confession and I*. now, dying .at _' ......._ ,
he goes to see best girl, he say* Every, one present seemed -to' enjoy the. age of 42.' '. > UnosDal Weather.Capt 1". '" '
his girl father his 'one uglyi.tdog !themselves nicely. Mr..Ed Underbill -- f Personal. l Attention 'to; All BnsiVM,, :Intrusted. to. '(!"'.; "
named! sick him Olp.: or that's' what anu Mr. Pherigo were the maiD men In C. Mai Ing, who 1* a close observer : '
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Porter Come nds Street Work. of the weather condition and ; : "
Dr. "
li'lmcoming ,
...... they call the dog when they see collecting things together. The writeraopes .
Smlms however that this oocaaiou.will be repeated never fall to keep tab .when there i* :
,. -the louder: they call says the fiercer tbe dog again before the bot weathei oease KI38IMMKK, :, FCA., Aug.; 24tb,. "IMS,. anything unusual occurring in that e N.." B.soN. ..CAwHIBH.THE . ;.' f

become and be baa to get_away from The public school at this place start- Ma..W. B.. HARMS; line I* authority for the statement that
MY DRAB N.niTpAFor :-
there; be baa no llle 'foHa dog that ed-Aug. 7th, with a fairly Rood at- the benefit of citizen who are From June 13th to August 22nd-a total .. ' ,.. ,
won't obey, *o be say be' just going tendance. Prof. J. P Hawthorne.W. to publish. of ,71 4.-tbe. were only four -- - - .
being! mUlnformed I ask you day on. which rain did. not fall In
to.Quttthat,. girl- although .baknowr I HCO'Derand Miss Marl Mason are .
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tbe..following.; _Kislnm
the parting will break her heart. In charge. Every one hoping for Kissimmee..: .:The >Captain says jhe
kicker but
v had its share of ,
always lake -durfng.thlt tune; 6 feet and
is that school rose
Smlm's latest prophecy the most successful. term of '
Lanlervllle will be in the center of known here. the statementswebear"*on the streets 8 incbet.-which bring It up to within ",

steamboat navigation if the rain con- The report Is tbat Mr. Archie Lamb that the "street work now being done Is" .3 feet and 6 inches of lobe.highest ? ,
direct violation of the State ,
a water mark recorded since the Disston r
bas sold out his place to Joe OUT and
tams.The'Lanlel' Institute prbgreising, contemplate. going to the East Coast, I.made by parties Ignorant, or vicious Of drainage operations.' He also states ;

the agricultural department has Jbeen I A storing club has been establishedherewith or both. The following la from a copy Dr. that the hay crop of).hl*county, which

busily engaged In striving to procure Mr.. Jim Walker as president a letter'recelved Y. Porter:by. me 1* probably the best ever grown b..J'owloll" p'H AR M'ACY
Joseph to the continued rains, '&011
tbe best possible results from pssUirefed and Capt., Roebuck vicepresident. Jacksonville. Fla. Aug. 16th 100$.,
and Bermuda pig. We feel of withthese coD.equell..loabUI" of the farmerstoharvest
cow, grass sure ,a success DUZOR '
MB. W.-L; VAN ,
of It, bas 'been practically all I ( :
Her Ladyship .1 is still the center men at the bead. :- 'I' : LEAPINQpRqQSTORE
: attraction at the executive' mansion; .Sheriff Walker was a visitor here a DEAR But: and'" r IDed.' The ground, 'up to the ores* ; i ; .,
instead'of after Acknowledging repllolr.0 ent has been too wet to plant Irish
kbpellteappeased 1 ; got few days ago. He wes looking n
entnigit i* one,, of her latest Innovations his o..aDl"IlI'ro and a little official your favor of Mel| 16th inst., tod.rreoetved. Klsslmmee. potatoes, and Capt.'Mating advise. .

; *re are not exactly up to l.r.raallll.llcal'.taochrel.t business.A, .regarding drainage.In th.t effort- those ,.who are thinking of plantingnow "' Special Sale of.Stationery*. JtIpcs,,,1"iae::Cnt-;: ,
beg to
". but subjectto Capt.Roebuck I* improving his say your to plant only early varieties, *. ..
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to get. rid of stagnant water i. commendable when Icry. A
the time between now and ,,
launch cover '
Instruction.Gen. naptba putting a new .
.'' M .qulw'. army bs returned over the entire boat? The boat was and that there the expected, ,Is too short. for the } .
with extensive reinforcement and the formerly covered only I half wayThe'' ion to your. prosecuting late varieties to mature.'The .-. ; .'
war I* on. their plaintive cry for more Captain I II always on the hustle. which, r you Yours have truly commenced., older Inhabitant of this section ... Call on us .when in need.of; anything in'Hhe,
blood I* responded to by slip,scratch. .lr. Syd PIerce I* to move to '' say that Florida I* getting back .to S'-
H. 0. Lln Your sent f
Ore, smoke, &e., but the little fellow. this place In the near future. In order ' J...Y. PoRTER, S. first principles and that the present Drug .,, : Prescription >.r .pad

are like the iJaps, they never retreat that hts-children m.., fake advantageof Porter 1 know alP of incompetent no.. one who health' think ffloer Ir. rainy season 1* similar to the one experienced ,;: delivered ,to: Any part of;' thpr.-iclty'd: y'>r

'ao fare but' what they can shortly the public school. her for manyyear* priorto Quick "
would him;'of advlatngany night. .delfyeny
".turn.TbeHOn.. The saw mill seem to be doing a or accuse the freezes which .killed the orange , \ '
action which would: bea direct violation > for ., ,,. .: ,
in the winter of Mtt-llo and '
C. S. Acre'has a top-bug- !good business under tbe new manage grove ..... --
of the law. *
gy epidemic at present; well the Honorable ., seemedto knock: the. weather system
gentleman 1 I. a farmer, went.hool property is being Improved > Yours Truly; entlreljr out'of lotot.LeakeCrafold.. ...
aaa..aa {
rr\i.aa aa
bard worker, and an al food.-' flrsi by the' erection of f a fence "W. L. VANDuaoa.. . j, '. .. "...", . F

rate beside being a splendid around the house. This
f.l1owl was very 'O\i .
'coffee we can make allowance much needed.' . LETTER'TO, KI88IMMEBKI9SIMMB8. D : c ." : '
for his eccentricities if be doe Dr. G.'M. Qubbard ha left'for his PiA. Mr. James E Crawford of Conway '"

eat his own hog and hominy. ., home school atr Cross Prairie.< .He "was to Fie., aodjfla Jjlla Leak of Orlandowere 'THIOcklawaba: :'Niirserlcs
t-' .. The lake-I I. becoming obtrusive itTS assume his duties on Aug. 14th. Dear Sir: You understand'ohem united marriage at. the manse
KL swolen with pride that "d I.. Mr. A.,8 Campbell and Mr. DUI istry; how'd you like to earn 11000? yesterday afternoon at 6:30 o'clockby ':-' M ." ;.
_d.-"lt8foriner: narrow .limits, and! Chandler have Just On Is bed harvesting Deyoe Itad-and since-that'*, tbe the Rev. J. I. Morris. The brI4e.t. . :
w : .LID&i-serloai i lorosds-on- -private theiroorla7orop. "They-are-among themust name of ,ouf-paint-that. take '.fewer the accomplished daughter of Mr.., and To Orsns.ON..... wW,ft pet to ester* ror..ibis

property.The .. successful-farmers. in. .the neigh g.MT "< than' tr'ygj 'paint"and wears Mr. O.W:Leake; and ha for severe - - :rM,we wait to'ssu4 our 0T A ;aaUloas watek win '1Ie na. irf9t !
pole line and book brigade of borbOod. twice as leer swlead7and=eil=1*-inade- 1. apa.tbeen nee of Oloaon, suIUnc about SmlevbM tfC" We MM. .W%BM. very el<'">

S"tne.frylng pn dlvidonhave not yet tot.., Jack Parker ha Just returned of white-lead; white-zinc, its. color, Count,..* valued teacher in lobe publicschools. ,
.\/assumed active* operation., the com- from an extended visitto. the East turpentine dryer and linseed oil. I .. The groom J* the son of our. I.: .Sr, \- ,,; sod we believe w*can sin'> >**kM U>fBrsissii.M sew
"mander. are calmly viewing the sltuatlon Coast.. If any.cbetnlst finds aqy- adulteration represenatlve, the Hon Ueo. W. Craw. .t \'b f' :L arowery. Our.lrw-UiS.e Ras t_.e sh.aM M eanpeaw. asst slaty '
and will issue general) order. Mr. O. W; Mann the cattle king' of In this| paint we'll pay his bill ford of Conway, and is a young man : 11 ; '< VMtsihsaipisnasm '|*)ally) .>.MMs... UwOlaslevosir
when circumstance dictate. this place, baa moved in with Mr. Jim and $1000 beside i of sterling worth. The .SI.&", join t, :\1 1'i' i': :, tawM to tag that sst e*..*M.. atllsvs yw will asskt. *

Oq Friday evening last, Kaklo Whldden In Order to be. In the midst 1C nobody's business what we put with their many friend. In wishing for .. &.1 :.:f.., '4().' r",.sa=I vage .f1R..wle.I.u 1.1.INwwek. Me
visited Peghorn' old governor; A. O.Beotog. hi* possession*. in our paint, of course; but we want It! tbe happy couple a' long and happy -'Ia.nlootl'ercMi.: spe.lsi'taus ei s I .s 6e Moss ..... ptaot to...
his esteemed wife and inter- Iof" Mr. itob Alderman I. contemplating known.' For lead-and-clno and Un 111..orI.ocoo: Star tf1'CI.n. eowfnlWi' '. asd wiet.lwlaatteg. "" .......w. ,.sa white >rTHE

-- -._UDrf.mU7 entertained us. royallyfor ..! _" trip to the East-: Coast prospect'ing seed oil, ground together by machinery i .t: iA . : -f :'" '.' r; . ,
tbe-nlghb, and Saturday morning and sight ;; ;,"are thestuff Florida. ;'Best
proceeded to the camp of the Klsslmmeeltei Mr.'J. B. Tumblln. the school com- lea* -and-oil mlxed-by baD'III. not. 1 tbe .Platt THE'OCKLAWPJ- NUi_RTESe.

; the effects of the severe rainswere .missioner'was down here taking the .We want known tbat& one word describes Florida. 1* the-best place.. 'Thl I.' is ,.y ; w. oO".R. ieawirattaNO.etit., "LA.fJ
apparent on all sides. the yard census for Prof. Blnton. Be reports the best In theworld, :
paint ; what people who -return from '
surrounding the Court. House was in everything! flourishing at...Whluler. and.that word 1* Devoe. other place* to say which they have been tl'Aun.r-o.. C'Lns,;' :. '.''t..M;." ;. ., .: ''''' ,

i 1 ,- ..j I K fearful state and. It appear* to me with plenty of water on the road. Your truly .. seeking .cool. weather' and 'comfort.'
that: our County Commissioners might FWD&VOJIIA 1.b'
., They report some.. pleasant and some
,judiciously>> appropriate[ a.sufficient PEOH9." ..,, ST TOw :York.. very unpleaaant weather at mountain -, "
amount to ditches "
4 \ and eastern resorts Mug more of
whereby surplus water could ,be ear' Mr..' D. N. Floyd s went to Kltslmtnee Would ''this Jar You?, the latter, Aa5' sojourning in "' -.. .... ." .... . .
Tied off. We certainly. have a fisfe .
California who

.Court House and Its on business Mondays. From the Tampa Tribune ?
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Quite number of the Peghorn ville sal. that the climate out there 1* :' "" t'
'..-. kePtJDa, _respectable con] people A few day ago Tampa young man too cool for Sum- and an other ), ,
Qstarted'-to'--oburoh at-Bassvllte nert
dition. Visited tbe different officer accompanied by sistervisited. a '
,and found them well wlt.lJ. their Sunday, but found t.be1'Oadl.lO badly store to purchase a gift for hi. *weet* one In the"moamalns South-Caro '
bunne Our' youngfriend up J.- L. washed by the rain that they!. wet e- heart Think lina says abe baa 'seen this summer "
** -a birthday present.- and f ram l lrcl.
warmer more sultry weather than ] tfrl

"'r;'.has removed to hta hone work but from we afterward the courthouse Obliged- Mr. Frank to return.D Sullvanha* been' very common log a book he or decided.a bole of give bonbon ber a too fine I Florida"1 never ever wanted has to get. home, so'bad' ( ; : Oii k

sick for week. 'All la' being
tbe''past '
had the pleasure of meeting him on pair of glover, and made his purchaseaccordingly In life." '
said :
.Broadway accompanied bl- a manly donelforbis.reoover', that willing while hi. sister bought a. my a gentleman on his ; :: . .. .=. = '
&rlval ber.r He said that be'bad. : : ':
experienced :'F' ''t'
bands Still it
can doe but seems tttew 14
.looking little.fellow whom Kaklo.- stocking for herself 1. ,
none of the cool, refreshing .. By jonln) our .Piano ChiD'tou l wiU be able a.gst !a.
oognUed a* the Assessor, Jr.;; spoken is} but'llttle hope for him. r liotb glove and stocking were wrap breeze : ; .
of in a previous article.1" Mr. John L. Deeson and'Mr.-WaW wife spent tied1'' In similar packages.' In': someway Florida. I that'always can always sleep prevails in Flor-in W. $4oO.OOj: :a/ado'"PianoaoG; $28Z',.OO pn '"paymepteOf,

,,:Walile_ That expert orange grove the'manager Sunday Simmons with of Finny their friend Polo; ' : the bundle' became -mixed, and ida, but I could not Jn Boston ,NeW $1 0.OOdown,,, arid: :me i0rtibipues'gi;: $&OQ'pet:'' I i
'Simmons w** on street tbe young man not knowing the: mistake #
,t'' Saturday and report the grove over Mr. John Drawdy and father'passed sent his sweetheart the .tocknir* York month., or" Philadelphia It is-tbe! same during old storyA the past* ;, month,. without Interest .Piano, ,'deliveredfrev_! to.;:
which 1 he hub supervision' to be In a through Pegborn on theirway home, accompanied by the following' Qote. :
Frldav. -' ': person" at well in Florida a* anywhere rteartst, depot as: aoolffir.tTen; << . ll&r fJa paid.
I. that .
An* condition. His 'opinion ; I hope In" the. "' '.. < ,- '
while there .will be. fewer orange, M..Lent Oeeson, of Carters Mill, I.I enjoy thislittle* present- insteadIof country.JackaonvllleMetropolle.

'titan last year, the n'apefruI""o visiting bU uncle Mr, John' I' -*Deeson, something foolish. Oh, how I wish ': + --:a.aT8titdw.r . ',' . .. .
superior to-what It ha been here-to- of Pegborn.': ; no.other hand than mine,would ever' ,)o"" e" .1, 0 t
o..rt.f' .
"lore that'' It will more thaamake Mr. Fog 'Peterson' baby',"''who ha touch them them butI ft atee vU Tb.Atr .
up ou put on,
''for the deficiency In the! present crop been very. sick of typhoid. fever. Is Im,. know,. dear such a wish is vain. A ( .....0 Coat Llt\e. Advantage 'of clufe JI) Q',

our friend W aisle .1* not given to unreasonable provingvery fast.. score of fellow may touch them when : If you.contemplaVe visiting Summer .
'detail, _Ik' 'straight, We have been b.Ylag.o'"t\uebrarD1 1 am not by your side and other eye resorts see Ticket Agent of the Atlantic .%- '' '
,when be tells anything' and ha a past weather for- the past week but the than mine may. see them on the ..t.reeteand Coast Line and get all Information <7'0- Introduce and get tills I iino"' before 'ti1;, J ; {,
.experience in the fruit-' ultu...,' w1a1of rain. are not oearso. bad' a* the mos. at parties.. 'I bought -the largest with reference..' to rate,- route, '
pronounces his judgement1 I, worthy-of quitoes. ; ;. pair I could get, and if the" are too schedules and Pullman'serviced.,'Sum QubUie: < win t.erm a'elub! ot fbNE HUNDRED; ::1.:<
sent '
record. He > report' the school at Mr Wire who _waS to the'' poorfarm tong/'you can Vtbein wrinkle..down.A mer.tourist rate are now in :effect' to o marnbarB; ,..ailsl', ( "jwtil f t.a Piano ;:I rat
a; few week"ago .died.. : Sunday all .
Flnney-'point-* progressing finely great many of the girl wear them the principal resorts throughoutthe
under the, supervision of Mis* Ella afternoon. -*-* rr; lipped down a little. Always, wear country, with'returo limit October UM WhofasAte pricrjj 'Th'Club. is limited to'J ;, t :

i Do"ah'lI'l' and 'pronounces" Mis Ella '"Mr, :'Davis who was sent to the poor them, at parties I want to see bow 31st. Rates have be n announced to ',pn HundrecJ arid aiynstruttijsnU wills:i noono i
a* a young < lady .well qualified both farm some few we!.*,. ago 1* very sick. they,' flu, .Some .fellows 'hare..dlrt, all Spring* 'and' Mountain\ 'and Sea .. : "t 1'l't

.,#Intellectual endowments' and pow. We... all r.ish him..a speedy recovery. band and, they ere, likely., to; soil Shore, Resorts.': ""' '-* ; ,
ers of' discipline. Peghorn' olell.taDd.bit .Prof..DowniDg.ot Finny Point High them .but can clean ,them,' d.arwlt.b'tndoe For the First time round trip tickets -
.JO D L.' Deeson; wa also was her friend Miss LAssie' ; if you leave them! on tilldry. ire on sale to' resorts in New England. \ t/ n.M
la town he reports Peghorn progressive Bunch' Saturday and Sunday: I"" "' .' I hope theyare not too serial territory.' ', . :Palmetto' ancil\fi./. ,
in all thing pertaining to the good Colonel Thomarwas) t. ,"et" Sa-. Blow in them before yon put them on. W.' J. Craig.. GeneralPassenger./ "tje ; :

aad welfare, good school, fine teacher, tnrday shopping, and gland oft a wish' -' *:f tom your loving-. (" r Agen,- WUmIDI'toDN.l'O'; ;:' ,

tbe emporium doing' a' rushing busi fill eye over some of MM fair aex. He The engagement: i* off, and. .)If the J. 8vH.rtei' A.r :w'. .,.Cart> r1ICIf "
ness.; Peghorn'senterprising; decided he bad met hi* future. intended unfortunate young man'ever shows T.,PA., ."- .! wps. F ..5 'j la,'aninitrument't, t'asbeen'' }nanuCac .

. Lave 'Completed tbelr. new church a MIs.Ussi.Hunch-i" -Ok- teesiieatbs sad his mug in that end'of town, be will our own"factories ytthome epectaleijiueetbat: , "
**Veryat 35x24 feet, oar get H knocked off by the 1 ttam-like flit :Fair. '* : $ .
'raNsebildin.' 'Mr...Ouy, I* message that, her, littlenephew Wln- of "Dearest 00.'. : father. I '<" state; wm mate hand aliteatiq''condltotie''oL( this

their pastor the.,reverend gentleman! fred Markey at High Spring, Fla., .."Moral-A1..aJ'*. look-'lnlde-' box Tam ", AUJJ ,'17, '1806s x'-Tb. premlum 'StrifehetterYtJlast"artylPiai' : aavi ri';',miinufactured |
; .
ia well worthy the reputation he bears passed quietlyaway to .hi* .hoine of before you send It away; ' : ' list for the '. ..*to ,

&*'an active ervant'' of the Master, rest, Thursday night August 17th. be held in thtcity.. November .>>-30,
and the congregation that follow his 190$..' Though he suffered foraeveraimonths { :-F esMUs>st BwfferiKg will be printed, and ready tor- distribution H ,_ :
guidance. will not"only' build'suitable of intenselllnese<< be bas now is oftei caa..CJ by._sores. -ulcer.. and during: the coming: week, and "; : i; :
., temple td worship in but will occupy gone where pain nor sorrow wilt nevermolest eanoerr that eat away yowr skin.;'Wm tilde.iringtbelist. should at once .. : () t( :p

them "With .that 'spirit of ,reverence him .. May thebereaved: ones, Bedell, of Flat Rock, MIQb.; says; MI write F.'L>..Haffaker. who will gladly a ,jhettCab1e'1.' n' .t
y whlchy. become, a Christian accept of. .our tender sympathies and have used nuellll..An..S.h..lfot' end tkem'ouw TW premium :
people | owing ,
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be prepared to .nbe dear little eoe '' ,
Bout Whittier and Peghorn bear antnlstakeable Uleer*, Sore and Cancer*., It Is the I. the-liberal appropriationmade, by ,t "
'- .evldenot of his untiring on the other* ehere wherese''' is awaiting most healing dress ever found." the Lea..I......,} are the largest ever 'FRAWK E.CHASE' MJT.. ,. 1,:., ;-. vlHfcsonvB. .''FIa.r 4MO ;
,energies In their, behalf, X.ldo.4 I bl8' p.p. and mama aid' little' Soothes and heals ...t. bor* and given at a State Fair in the,South; and / .t, : .J: .; ... -- "';:. ,-,' 'I' at

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'; \ .d 1ffif" o11 rd": felt be ,knew not why. that, she Household i r ie a. } \
I o2d was' spatially'i l ULmlrnl., to blnai: .nevarlielMs ,
.f | Ib :'attem"tt'd, to,,(ftrf't'a little : r :OUTE.r

'iu6r indeed"Information. his doubts were froth nearly',et. thouJlH solved: : I J M r faIVmE: ; : : .. I'J

.. by Here pl; >*rlui remark.'
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11 a.. ... trig STEAMER HO8BADA.., ,
1// '"Comey HelrMi tYnjiIlen., be said, ,(: a-P" STEAMER: : ULLIK... .
ljli. A carpet ,awerper. can not do efficK>nt Captain Clay Johbson Jr. ;"
inf clialr and seat. Sr.
drawing A , lug himself at (the table, -'peg'' ami tellme work unless' Its brush be kept clean.. :J, veeitly trips "to' Baaslngor exd return. Uoseada leaves' IClaslav
all about tbe family photograph." : Being out of. sight this Is eomeUmelneglected. Regular Ktsslmmce Friday evening. y
I It should, however, frees" Tuesday morning;, and ,arrives 4
Ctarrhen shook her head and :Fort" My.r. on'thsIAIU.,
Spa Okeec>bee ,
to Lake
whiskbroom W Charles Trip
: iuently bo Itself r bru.bedVltu 11. .' : '
1 r ) also cleaned with water Comfortable:
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do; for Lies is out and has left .
% Good Housekeeping.) The most plctuj-esQue :AVAterway InJFlorlda.
her keys, *(
'* For' Passenger and Freight Rates apply '
p _: '-- ":Out!** cried Stelnbau! 'n, wltb Irrepressible .' Th. ahert..l. Dr.... .' -CLAY, QHN'S ON', SH* Proprietor, ''

k vexation. "Where baa'she" ? Mothers growing girls are .nh'ili'lg1all. "r ._ On*board: "',I1I1e." Ktsslmmee.. I'lL'a
i. fir Mf"'e. ALgtXNDE... gone T" ot.'UjJe.tloulI as fo the lengthening J .1"' .
t ClarI'l1f'nlItllrl'd', and '.mlled. "Ob, of'tlteir shortening dresses. J ,
v, p-- 10 ever '-- --
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up the bill to the Oberbcrufelilcr. One woman who has gt'OWItired of T--".
CHAPTER IV.Continued. ., ," Stelnbausen'listened '
;, ;, IntentlyWhy .. Mlle li Y
Trail RtreloUn boy ill so ?
the customary'ruble now cute'a ripple
w.ere her' to. be
prejudices$ ,,not '
l *" she tent for my liter. t opens the lower edges of the sklrt'a
i wondered
"I: regrot; , Is my. business aU. -'; Your dater I appears to be a general' hem Inserts the ripple anti itlfcliei it /Meat :
Howwas, he Stelnhau, ) to ..leadbim Printing:: -
( en "
.r v 'liour/she/ raplied"and, toy" work..' Is. benefactress.'* 'fast ;
back to the. of .
preJiKllcen the
; not yet half accomplished .She I Is good.returntd! .CSarchcn;:: .' 11 "
r Clarcben here returned with the 'replenished adorable Lies So be..ld.. with cblvaIrons gra"el1.:;aud turned to ';0. A at.N..Ina, Impression
good' among your
J ''' sugar basin' and,' setting it politeness t ; 'i"If "One i momtut" cried StelnlllIuII..n'hllt ,:" AVbcn vecy heavy materials :are to a :

", on the table, restored. tbe keys, to their your cbarmlftg ,FVau daughtechas' ":\\ Is to become of me?., I bare be washed, such an hangings' and table / correspondents and helps' to give "-your; '

t proper place. these strong feelings against us nothing to do-:nothing -to rend, My covers, heavy wash< dresses and rau- business prestige.
"May I ask for a piece?" asked Steinvbansen. unhappy, Prussians It must be very comrades have ridden off!: without me." vas, it is trt'qtfently'a great savingof

,', ., *.,' : -, painful to her to receive and entertain "Wliy' 'dM. you let, tUeni gu, then'" time energy and tbe materials themselves \\Ve Do Neat Printing; at Reasonable Prices. :
Wltb a natural impulse' Lies dlppedher us; and tbat creates a sense of puliiIn lauttheil Clarcben. to scrub them with a brush' "

pretty; fingers Into the basin (of the recipients" of your bouuleuoshospitality. "There are books" pointing to the rather than rubbing them on the board.: ..... ,.

t < + Conroe there were no sugar tongs), and .0' wetl-nlled table.; .'th@there are some It avoids the constant lifting and). dipping : STrAM.Revolution ,JTILIZINQ INVEN' 10N.. :
'" the ilitt- Instead of listening to and correctIng which Is a strain. PLANTWE. WILL OUTDO : 1;
r dropped tuckchenrjnto.. wonderful gar<.leui. the Yet a/lies/ -
z 'a"l.ter'aCUP.-their eyes meetingn' .- .any.error-In. the appellatlon.-of-th& ".'ay-not"fnr-otr.--andyourinlctit' tbf"1':I,, -- Whith *WIII (Produce ''a rwo Kinds of Talent Rarelxlfound. j
lad, under discussion the energetic' Ta r1.werr.. u
) She smiled archly and said, in a low ; Here Lieutenant It yoM"like-they I"'
tone: '-r *. little Judge was eaperly: 'rooting up an only Just ridden out of the Hot as I., To revive withered flowers "''bldlI .Great CnanoVfor..' Our, Benefit tHe 4ame Person., 't.?

r "To sweeten a little of last night'scldltyr Intrusive, weed "which, had! reared>t. its came In. 1 I have been packed or carried "for some "The forces of steam and electricity Moat men who.have Inventive talent
green head between the red tiles of the distance la not>> always easy. The following . If thing Is once 4
.. ; ,. : ,, "So adiC'uUrr: llltttnelster." and were playthings for ages,and later furnished think that a useful
o+ 'This delicious touch of coquet1'1'-.ur- veranda, cud only. caught the last with a saucy courtesy she walked plan has beet found'very"satis Interesting: laboratory experiments. 'perfected' and patented there should o''

r prised and delighted fitelnbauseu.'. .words. quickly out of tbe roout.Impertinent factory: Plunge the stalks Into very . Now they have been applied: ,not be any difficulty/ about makingtbe;
t'' 4' t 4 opening ,up' to him posalbllltlessay ,'You make too much of our.poor efforts little puss," thought hot water And aJKiw' them,to stanQ till marvellously for the benefit of men. thing sell. They are .often pusaled,
4 '. of mallf'ment-whlch sent t( moment- ;'..1(1. believe me,' We are not 110 Stelhhausen looking after ber. the water Is cold. Then cut off!: the The forces embodied In plant ute therefore by the eluctano shown'by' '
ends of the stalks and the
r" ' t" any: thrill along his veins. blinded by national prejudice as to .It .Is too absurd the prejudices of in arrange- have never until very lately been un other people to take up the device<<: \
ll' t ,": etter such ""bitter swtef than nn- undervalue "brave soldier "who only these people..' ' flowers cold water., Tbiyi treated deratood. These forces .re'colnr; to manufacturing" and "pushing !it The
flowers '
will last fa
,. alloyed syrup from other bands," rev do their duty, and-" He paused In momentary hesitation, wonderfully ascs. produce greater cbangea. for the benefit truth Is, htmever that another kind
turned gallantly'; but Here who bad been maoklnd'thall have yet been of talent Is needed for this purpose.,
"f ,, Stelnbauaen, Burcbardt. Alighting : then catching a sllnipue of trim little n.p.rrin. th. .h, ... of ,
,t .' Ilea bad turned away already! and reentered an obdurate clffar. interrupted Daisy clearing away the remains! of Sheets:often get badjy "worn In tbe produced by steam and electricity." In the first place* it is not easy to

,,. U e,..ak>n. and breakfast progressed I Herr ;Amtmann by.asking Stelnhauseu breakfast he called her into the salon centre before they show any signs .of This remarkable statement caine foresee the fate of Any novelty. Grocers :
*to.*:'happy; termination- if he was aware"that their friend Von /-Whereabouta, are these -wonderful! '" we r-at the side; Careful housekeepers from the lips of Luther Burbank,- the ,* booksellershardware dealersdruggists ?.

,, ib broken by other .visitors. Wolf was at Pirna, obliged to remain garden of yours lie alked."Ohthe often "turn" such sleets when they creator of eo many new plants, flowers and -other merchants "know ,

''' Stelnbausen 1'OIIe..wltb some satisfaction behind his regiment( ,,as_'be Will 111 !, SchloRS gardens" are made of double width goods, simply and fruits, as tho cllmarx'of an pretty nearly what demand .there will .

; an Indefinable Impression grew with fever, from a wound be considered "Yes I suppose so." tear them down the centre!, :bean t"tervlewbad with.him at Santa noun. be' for such articles aa have been 'ID '

4a 4 'S k upon him that this charming Saxon too alight to report "Tbe gnadiKer: Herr must go up the and sew the outer selvages together.A I Cal., by a new York. American correspondent the market for years; but when! a new

girl-maid.-,wife or widow, whatever "=,"0." raid the ,Rlttmeister, "I bad bill right through' tbe tillage to Obef- carefully "turned" sheet lasts more thing appeals: they do not feel ctaln ',
ah. tolghtfoe-was not Indisposed to not heard of him, bergfelder, and leave tbe Ciaitbof; cum than twice as long as a sheet that la The talk had been about the possibilities .. .about its future: It may. go off like i

s play wlth/ Impression! that she was "These overherolc young soldiers are Schware on" Bar to the right, keep'on left to wear itself out as It was fir.' of hla work. It Is .conceded hot cakes or It may remain unsold on

too observant not to perceive she had rather troublesome, from ,their ,\vautof across the telJs until you come to a made. that Mr. Burbank'a wonderful work \their shelves for j'ean. and prove .almost '!

,. made upon."her admirer. precaution." little house in a clump of fir trees, and -- has already: revolutionized man's attitude a dead loss. They say, probablywith
;' Stelnhausen. without any positive "Planlt and I thought of riding over there they Mill direct Tott.:" A UrcnntlT* ttlat. ,' toward plants. Tbe scientist admits truth, that many-Vise men 'hook
4 Intentions, resolved, that the game to see him. "Thanks. interrupted the Jlittmelater. ; A country hotel In the Catsklll. managed It Is not only the men great their h...ds over Bell's" telephone' -y
.should not be all play-of, course1'be" "Aa you Intend resting here, to-day "OberbergfelJer I bare no doubt by'oman of taste has a small!I : and learned In the science and thought greatly doubting that It would pay ,

b' ;....was too old a bird to be easily caught will ,you come with us?" I shall find the place." entrance hall' leading Into n .pncton of the time that are' Interested In his Some of the trouble grows out of the "

ur. <-and-narrtage-well-Wbe ever thought "Thank you no." returned Rtelnbau- Daisy dropped a courtesy and retreatedsbile '- I room used as ,an onVe and )general work. Rulers of the world are writ. dimculty of estimating' popular taste; t,

of marriage. It would be In the sense of son shortly. "I had enough riding : Stelnbauseu,, remember meeting room. The little hall for so-. '! log to him now asking him questions, ,but aside from that, an unusual combination ,n

'' "an'. alliance. yesterday; and shall be In the saddle ing 'Clarchen'a account of ber alster's 1 1"f'1Tlnd. small a room, Is excelitutly decorated." and in some Instances almost Imploring of business qualities ls needed
k k' Love, passion ,f.ney-he; bad learnt all to-morrow" ,I' ..: took up his cap and! Started I The walls are papered with a rouRli him to Interest' himself In the In order to advertise properly! the

to consider these emotions as a passIng "While to-daT'.oa.havo an Eden and : forth on tle sunny, dusty road In I green paper while, two-uilnls of the creation! or upbuilding of some form merits of a' new Invention, and. Its author f,
4 't' madness which must not, Interfere an, Eve." rejoined the 'Lteutejumt, search of the will-o'-tbe-wlsp mystery way! up, or jl.tbt'loV the picture of plant life In their domains.Wt rarely possesses these.
wltb a 'man's' career; but 'Lieu (be laughing,-a Jest for which his superior : the attraction of which 'be could not j moulding. Is A frieze' of magazine cov Is a fact tbat within the laat week In duelling! this truth the ''Engineering

.:would think of her only as jUes. that officer wonld hare 'liked to glVe him resIst ers. Many of tlic-se csq-jisite nr/> gepnine'works them has come to Durb nk'. home In !: Record recently remarked
with and
art coloring
Imnfied no marriage or entanglement), three days arrest on bread.and water I T.he -dlstaco to the OberbergfeUler j 1 beauty of design. the city of roses personal letters from that even when clever business men v
1t' there was 'some wonderful.attraction He prudently however turned deaf was not great, but on tbe way. tbIllttmelster kings of tile Old World get hold of a good thing they do not

'about'her, a peculiar frank:sweetness ear to the, Insinuation, and the kind met and spoke with aev YnT nlck "I'ir.. There Is almost a pathetic side 'to always' recommend 'wisely or to the

that bad be been familiar with English host Immediately proceeded to give tbe eral of his trooper ; be also! ,paused Black lace may be wanhrd In tepid some of the correspondence Mr. Burbank right class of customers. To Illustrate,

; poets,'would have, tempted- him to two young' oMcer.'elaborate directions more than once to 10011. behind him at lather 'then rlnsM In wt\r\u\ \ water receives. In-reply to questions Its argument tbat periodical referredto

A x ,L quote: aa to a abort and .shady route whereby the villa and Its sheltering lindens,.so I ind finally In 'water to which a lltde he said be received letters, from small refrigerating machines such n
"8ure'sometblng; holy' i lodges la.('that they could reach the town where their that good deal of,time was consumed blueing or ammoniac hue tiern added." missionaries In far-off.Africa and other as are being: used In hotels apartment 'r

u breast?. friend lay,_ t before He reached the little hamlet. Black lace which hn become brown countries, Imploring him to send houses and large restaurants la cities Y

a Not" since his early fiery 'boyish: days During the 'up uauol1,.tbe- Rltt Yet the only .peelt< .enof womankind through neglect should be' soaked lu them seed of hla 'creation, the "splne.l and also' In, the' rural districts. The

+' bad merged Into skeptical! manhood moister stalked, wlUs'a stern .and dignified i\ whom ho encountered was. an aged, warm tea of moderate s'renittli, mid_ l at-CasluSj," _sotbatlt may grow and men who_are:. ._making. ..the most mQJUtl.lOul"oril .
'. had he received quite the',,same .Impression. . ,.air- -into"the-aalon, -and once bent.,.an .. ged..crouer wltla a then washed a;tnlxture'ortepIiTtea save the people from starvation. machines are the owner rt
Yet be tried to Mm117. more took up the. family;;Album; de- huge basket' on her bad:. who'bid him and soap'lather. Burbank's spineless, cactus. has stir- .of small cold storage plants, which ''t
;: t rTYilntMl to tTT the nhotogranhc trlf N TYn.h'r- im i if>iini tflni*<*ii 'should rnA < wtvrld to lt uttermost parts. are' springing tip rapidly in many parti "'

I -* and aa be stood thus ....1.Unl'.bl., on the little Judge, who would, 'be felt I Beaching tbe few cottage which starch be used for, a Mack lace., It will In alt. the' hundreds of 'Iettere Mr, of the country. In some parts of the

own thought and lighting hi. cigar certain. Join him as.. soon as the oth"r, copstituted the Dorf, the read divided, give an ugly glazed look. It any stir Burbank has.received !In regard' to. thecactus wheal{ district the farmers ,have organised
up the veranda steps, alert. fresh a'ndoeatv ,were gone S*< or. rather a cart track diverged to the 'fenl required let It be giun arable beb... replied that not one 'co-operative() elevator companies
Von .the road k ot' left dissolved In tea. Just tbe same cure his bands and other farmers are now organizing
from his gray curly; bead to sal In a few- minutes heard Plan- rlg.nd.\ ; away seed of the plant has left as
.well-blacked stout boots camiTTleiTAmtmanUt Its and Burchardt bid their host e
with a cheerful greeting, and rattle down the steps to the unbroken, ,to the clump of fir trees. indicated .leer. as a'ny otWr/fbougU, soft piper' before his task ,Is completed. the same! .way" Dairy products,,eggs ;rand '+

,r and even a fainter effort than'the-night garden .-on their: way to the stables,. by Daisy.: mad ..e substituted for the muslin Hurbank's Interviewer asked him fruit are being kept where produced "'Y
,Seemingly/ .bopelemJace_ be absolutely : until the .market conditions are.
.before-ahll.taDce- dignity; and the .nextminpte, Herr Gbering The - something; more-aboat-tbe-productloc' "t
''; t Toihave, ,people 1'under> his \'roof, to I <"'to his .Ide. hRltimelater It was Improbable that such an aocompllshed -' restored Evep; a bit of neat of rapid growing trees. He sald" tbat. favorable fv their _Ie. This business ,
feed them with the milk and honey of "Ah. Herr has found housewife as the young Blending may pass unnoticed. 'by crossing. and constant selection vas doe. not'cut Into the large storage 1'

,,' the beat viands'and bis..choicest wines. out our picture gallery," he said,..,wlth FrauLteabef< would at this period of pid growth could be produced In any enterprises In the titles, and. In., :';

:, was enough ,te endear them to the much complaisance.. and proceeded the day absent herself long, but as. yet tree or plant The possibilities', he fact It !Is of assistance to the large ,f
kindly,:feaeroM* simple, heart.. of Herr gleefully to point out his .wife and,a there was no sign of ber. said, were wonderful" along this line. wholesalers }
r' Ghering; ---- couple of brothers, evidently old soldiers To be sure,she knew the country and \o\J EHoL A" new ace of forestry la going to The small storage business affordsa '.."

n Nothing was too good for those that and much decorated. had probably returned bv. some more ?( dawn. Forestry, In Mr Burbank's. .good example of the fact that the """

';, :wanted ,.thlnc..'and even from ene- Then, be.paused at the likeness of a agreeable route w r' opinion Is going to demand ruling.attention .most money to be made from an invention "'( (i
'' ales forced upon his hospitality be sweet, dreamy looking;: child, and the True tQ his hussar training Von RECIPES !In the near future- Is to be found In Its utilisa .
' could hardly withhold;.the tide .of -kindly voice trembled as be said It wan Stelnbausen looked about for a "vantago .J .._, . '; There Is nothing speculative' In ihe tion. When an Invention of real merit ' :,'J'

-frlenflllneu>sa l ready=to tow! : toward Ida: flrsi jhorn... wbjajiad.beeit lafevJL I>ost?.wbeure! to study the position; .r *f*>jmato Curry-To tbe.Cpntetrfs, otaquartsari matter pf rapid growth la trees, Burbank : has been made It must be Introduced . '
. is :whoever'had eaten of bis "bread and. from thf'I11.ln early childhood. a stunted, gnarled pollardivaa (tbe only: ofomat"add: a little' ba.lndliiput.bhi-f.Ciii- prove and 1C Ms'the failure to -cr..p.' t

aM, .an.-- i>. r' -\ *I Then be brightened up again when object (save the housetops)) at all elevated : I, curry powder and stew. -sprinklings of It Take chestnut'tree for 'in the necessity of educational work '{.n oii

A ''While, the best-and amplest l return (lie next page was turned, apd he was above-tee' level of the field. and' toasted cracker crumbs. Line a baking stance. It was not tIC many years introducing, noveltiesthat delays the''tW

., ;e .. friend or toe could mak.-was to praise able to expatiate on tbe manifoldvir road. t dish wltb this mixture and ago It was conceded that A chestnut adoption. of(?desirable Improvements.. +1.1'
t bis hou.."and !grounds, la*which be tues and acquirements of his only son; The mttm l.ler. .tbongh no slender with some cold, boiled rice; nest a tree: must attain an.: age of fifteen years The construction of small cold atotr: :

,Aw I ''took teat, pride-.a pride displayed and then came the 1 object of Stelnhausen's stripling; mancged to climb ups. coupleof : 'layer' of tomato, then another of rice I before a crop of nuts would be yield age plants, operated by gasolene engines a
*' with the'most.unaffected and'chfldlike curiosity, the pages on one of feet of the ungainly knotted' trunk. and so on. until tbe dish is filled tbe .: wa.'Ien for the farmers to undertake -. ,:,,

4 candor.' %. which was the commonplace looking mud; ,taking a starching look around I last layer being'of tomato and sprinkle ed.The Idea of waiting almost a lifetime and .the slowness with which l'

i i ii It was In Ignorance of this foible. officer' aud the'Indifferent photograph fancied he saws vrhltHh.,strange' liberally with bits of butter, pepper. for a tree to grow- to be of profit It has been undertaken has been due "'

mafia all sincerity, that the Rlttmeiter of Lies. and opposite another 'and averyasperlbr ject movlcs-toward/ a sudden steep' salt and cracker crumbs. Bake twentyminutes to mankind was. more' than tbe creative to the lack of eo.cou.acement given by
of the declivity ttown\ which" the cart- tretk and serve hot. the builders of such machinery In ,{ .
Fy ter: after the first greetings, began to carte: same lady 'genius of a Burbank could stand
praise the beauty; of the view and tbf wltb a likeness-of Clarcben and tbe led, and which be had Dot before per Fried Celery'-Wash and scrape the! What was the"," result of bis experiments contrast with tills condition I. that of .,i '

c4 admirable.or4er'of the garden. little boy." ceived.A desired number of ,celery' stalks then by his process of crossing and the pneumatic tool business..This'has :

xs "I suppose Herr Amtmadt;. yon have asked the Blttmelster continuous eager gase_convinced cut Into pieces four inches long. Cook particularly careful selection T He actually 'reached Its present astonishingdevel- t \.
p a cjjever Vogt (bailiff The duties of with :Just tho right degree of polite Interest. him that this object war acertain, "' until"tender in salted water drahmnd found that In about 'elghtltenmontb. opment very' 'largely through the ado :

4 :your' \::office must leave y'oa but little : r. drab-white cotton tuuskade.'lfned; v/tb| spread to dry' In a cool place. When .' from geed, a chestnut tree cational"work done by Mr. Duntley. '';I'

; (tt ', time for penGu".nperTbloO-' "' '"Tod will recognise some: ,"' returned green, which he had noticed la an cmuretia . tbe stalks bare become firm dip them could be,made to yield nuta. "Hit, exhibited the tools In actual work "

.: ") "Jal' ? Gewtllro', 'cried Hart -Ghering: :. Herr Gherlng.; stand In the -entrance of ,Villa Into a batter made of one cupful ofOou'r In all the large cities where there Were

< : rubbing hishand.'with, a chuckle! of "This Is nay eldest daughter" het'On.. 'Bellevue. sifted! three times a half teaspoonful 'A Gentlewoman.A Industries to use.them, He sent out. ;I I
r This was clew enough; the enterprising of baking, powder In It, and men to show bow them In
: to
Intense satisfaction. "I have* Indeed tinned with a ilgb, "butnot a good certain .beautiful and gracious( keep con- ,,11IltI
e ,r a clever Vogt. ')I.)'-. eldest daughter phonograph. It do s not do her Justice. RIttnielater started at one laursnlt. wet 'up with a beaten egg and whatever woman Is the admiration of all the l1. and be'sought: far aid wide for ;
r Jan manatee e"er'tblnC1'ersthlnl'; It..Is I ? and when .within reach of hS.qu.rrr :. milk may be required. Fry a school girls la her' toWD. Even girls . tuggestions'for their improvement 'v f
slackened speed In tfrder to golden brown In hot lard. h'
x, won4erful'remarkable-so young and Another slgb."And of a larger growth are ready to declare -
r :yet.'. such aucrgarilEerr"Ind I this-this Is my son-la.1nw. 'come up alongside as .if by pure accident French Lettuce Have your lettuce there Is nobody' Ilk* her "Wh,. ParK Ducklings at Drill. 't kf

"ad.. most remarkaTMe.!! "ejaculated ) : Poor fellow! it ls..._alAether; a sad crisp and cool; cut It fine; don't chop; do you take such pleasure la her?" an One of tbe prettiest sights// to be : ,
a' $tebhhiuaen. anxious,to lead him story. and snot, cue to' be intruded. The certainty' that' bad grown upon for a dish of lettuce enough" for six 'old lady curiously" asked of'a plain and seen In Central Park these days Is oa .
a him"since morning Lies was married people, boU bard four eggs, and cut
i11 en. m'rho' en- ;>. __ : __ rather awkward girl who was espe- the small lake near West 103d streets
I ,
: and in some way, more or less unfortunate them up fine whites and yolks, together f. I
the cows Ciarehen
"Tea.; the planting, the My'fatherr'! cried running i dally riven tothe/prevailing; fascination. where" a proud mother duck Is shaperf,
44 reaping even,"" with ''Imtl'l.uyo. emphasis la at this critical Juncture,.,I1t' Herr separated ) her husband, ; then make a dressing of melted onlng her.young family of six and '
'!4'a' had changed the current. of Stelcban- butter the sine of an egg threey,teaspoonfuls s
f .
; D'D..IL Richter is here and says some rag ; putting them through various "atunta"known '
r y .., : sea's Ideas considerably.If / of ;French;wblte mustard, a -Wh,. said she at a loss for a moment r'r
k la
"It dlucb.lItUe
too rand
much for havebeen'tblcving in the village.

,4 1.It't'Ncauee to duckdom.
t w. this charming girt; or woman was couple of 'teaspoonfula of sugar; mix "it she's so lovelyor $
so and-but Here .
f.. t ,moister 'will young laugh at .Tether's.flitf. }, ; thus shackled, be must assume a different thoroughly and If you like, add a little so nice. It's because when I'm She will sail straight down 'the lake i;
." .. a enthusiasm. "He wishes to make a deposition be- tone and approach her on a different olive oil;"pour Into this a halt teacup talking with her she makes. me feel] with the alxdowny babies In single
,; fore employing PolIieU", footing. of vlnefaj. and stir Into the eggs!; :rplx ,Just. aa lovely'and nice aa abe I.." file behind -hers Then a signal a
li F "Far piously troD It.std_ Stclohausen.' alanost Now. It.Is too bad." ,exclaimed:tbb Her .bonds' dl4' not render her less) lettuce and dressing together garnish TIle New York Times tell another sudden turn and they gather around ;" ,

r'a should be clad to tMI know comethlng Judge .hastily shutting' up the". photograph fascinating; far from'It. but be might top with slices of ".rd- oUed egg, and 'anecdote of the same complexion her for all the world like fussy tugs sal

book. fc? 'a be better understood, more appreciated' the lettuce la'ready'to. eat-What to, touching a .young lady who gave a ,around; an, ocean liner '
*t>our.rjsteo.: :far J. h"ve riUttergutIn : "1 .have taken such' pains with tbe 'Sat good deal of time .to "settlement" -)1'
than by a'mere girl; yet,. preposterousas .Mrs, Duck carefully avoids leading <
: Silesian, where they; aisoanage .
people coder mj; that j I work and w.. .a particular favorite '
JttrUdletIoay *"" it was, near:tbe curious small boy
i8ttenrJecTJ.bI7.- .. T *, 9ergfeT baa:hitherto been:especially} rk".: -ea., |4 with all the children.. ...., '
there'was before
one :
= regret that any the lake's
at but'.h.wtU.wta )
U edge
Vad. ,
: lndeed.7 kotad for the absence of crime for the Queer folks I.! the C'lU'rem.rked '' do'iou'lover. Miss Harjr'aoT"
; soled MieihosC! pi lntr.U""lf himself thatblta a better cUtnce of. "Why close enough to grab bits of crackerthrown (
e fait fief tolelUxfbce .Ute : '-'---' JFarmer: Foddershucka:' "They get somebody asked devoted little '"
: '
wInDlnl'"wJi boy
oodconpUct'of ? .
rpm Into the water for her A fe*
dlDDerlo would' N. "
'l err Bltffctelster like to people-and everything charged' at the' .t re*. I "* I."
y Ia. ha .
"I .like .4. :"becaase
? to th1Dk..edouli. aba ,
w ,'walk(!tbrogh!oue'fl e JB.,and look at the 'r Kea metatar. What arrant folly 'guess -- ewro tbink'.q payin cash.:' mome.Itsafter) \ .bo' and''the tiny babies 1\\';
,! 7'fI1.uepyvat-JIHf, looks as- thought ,abe didn't_ the
b>uaI.1' am..reWbetwould, . that At dinner we shall meet Auf of such a.p.aaID&-fan be'k' ? Wy I wen( laterra bin'place't r.ltlt'; 'c. .bole* In" .' --appear'good aUed < audience la ti
lne blm.eif'sbe bet "WiI.t did ,, *! .JI ncU'"m.: eaUkK..l.aL"_k..o'l . ,, '' ,(V* watching them from the ..shore., The,.t"
1ersctnr! ; and the little Juda bur. LpreJi .Jt11P"'f" I lJ :iat1 aDd Only"to'whne1away-a laid daowa a fivenloUar' pill t r pay fern '' lltU.-onea-. already Iearningwhat
One objects
d liltldt(1tgIJI.y3.1,011114 gplct tl iipe '. of the main' of tieletyfor'the ; '
banishment la country: '
'an eaelll, i1.
...t' to be wondered at; bat I. gnadlget corresponding nods f'i his gray curia:; :. L be Continued. Th'. clerk give; one look' at lI'anf ; Deouracemeat" of French'fonlga'trade i they, ;Uk.belt.New" fork. Press..
,. err1: will show you over,.'aqr'soagll: left alone with, the .Rlttmelstwr, (To ) yelled out. all excited: 'CasbT Ap' I la to promote the placing ", i i i
,4'. : ;/ oepains'as; t then you 'can Judge-yon Clarcben crossed her bands behind her nJL'-man's,.character Js like a"fepce-Ic/ swan If a hull flock of kids didn't come of young Frenchmen In the service of.,' In setting out fruit''trees -a womaa:

'. """ ;is "...':t 'f... /'; I. looked at bha' quietly, ?with I*n cannot "',,strenittbened by whitewash./) ..vrunnln' to fee It."-Cleveland- JA.....,, ,foreign merchants.; 'lIDU.t 1 hold the,tree while a man sets It".
had tamps the dirt about t> rootavr:
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; .. tr. ,. .. ,
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"iI! ,'..." : tff, .. : :
f' l"k __ ... .is 'i.',
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,, , \" 10, ,9" ) Ulaft fian .
y "". > , \ .
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sy a , ,. . . : e 'f. r
t: ... . ,.;,. ,..Jr...., C"f ,.'. P......, .',, u;, ... ;:.:

'fr. ..... ,j "'
: .--v---. : : .,--
.." '; fATC .a the earth to hold It fat;yelfnt l the i can worked .

#, ,.}!,I.. SIC tt etooJed: the rocks, ire beret! while to Scare the creature away. But <* good.1ft04t.' .

Tb unray of the ktemnc t Is'whit in air; my *bout.dia,5>>otJtr.lgbten.:Jt: !n.tvleaat. . A'S... ; !! and fantas-

Th wind ara out with the waves at play: ,. "With.eager growling it..dug and .., 'brack t1-a1I4'
!" And I (ball not tempt; the sea today iTh "? tore a -the door,wltn.Ua, : w11a.*It even ,- : *!_4 !
r tried to dig the artb beneath It. 4 -- | out about" 'h. ....... -'" ----,.-.,...._ '
tiThe is narrowthe wood I II dine away( :ll. br.Tabg.C'y;:' : I .
her the Then It coursed eagerly: round the hutIn theposts and" There I* a tendency to nnevenness ;
ps clitun; to an-hiiur(' limb; There land1n'enltition'
li !
And t sV ion'. wbtlps-nr abrN t piny. lung boniids,.and leaped osrthe root _"rN "the root* In plenty of mowings, the result of frost i
And 1 Stall not join la y. SoB ht' I f' rSra de that new drabiagodsome. of t a e.. aDd dccaai I. ,
| # o 'piyJJijlnl, a 12? wer.o
But.tine}filp sailed, anf trsIlaH: ": tb\ fie(Nqepl end W thea' .* ildwt :: itbl rp .,.pralsgd. unskt:.wl.'i open om .10 tJ
ar vky actory
And the hunters came iroaW the a: aae in carbine, too, .tndln& theft, Jput' bar r'v' +, \ ; '; madff g s be' '. '
tee: : > Tt ".' !\ i I'f'ot',1 ;! hag y\ of .ft In I "is oca
q\"t'ni'Off| od *; ) appeaced tieek ) 1 : .
And bjinedilpbn StfceJJ IWs tlim our ak
the tOwn
wH a led n 7 .1S0'IItda
lock Abe IB- \JiJf no(to tip aglnnuT 1} ; # and/ to' h. Jd dage. \ '
With low"* growls it oM aettpo totu ,, .. was Bllowed up In the p..rtliqu.k a shock. : o 'TTie f QlnVwlng on !,)! troubl
.n. -JJret ,tllarte. and boughs of the root. The old dry ; : : vine'of very ore '
N. ? tuff rattled, through on me at I groped .:qt: .' l also "trat It-- "from" .The the"drain Sontbern:3Baltiatt'11aeritt.tpL'Iss : Farm'.Mgaslne:'. some weed. When weed* obtain t ,

for n log bench In the but to set.salnst which er branch M
44..,. r
k444l444444ltk444tb entury, and was first Introduced helpful ,the best result
...- t- the door. I: reared that the beast wool* .
... *. < -hit the XJoIte tear h pWnfc
A NIGHT ON 'THE down ivflttutlhe TepiiiniMrfToof; thlcfc(IWld::!, malted\ dLibiptpise Cq oln 4nogneral[ (oVe< until repeatedly until Into nguu '
laU4Btprleit| >fjlaUlniad( | Jit then and re lag.
innss of .odden.boughe embarrassed It/ tbm endcbtEgJiberally
; unprintable, to increase the. fer- Vrhe desert g'th "

;H 1 CLALLADJ.O All tnatliui. Uivas shouting savagely' ; and producing,. "power-: the common.weeds-tbe white .D ello d
'and I made!' haste to strike -whole 011
card the odot, than! to extend.the: Ufa. Cattle*,wild carrot/sorrel, doc hot r
Uwt ,
.' I'lly Imssttone""ortt hlet : e beneficial"'ffefftctt' \ bf draining tall,'' etc..: and, giving the,. priat '
1 > 0.1v \ of ;fleain of/ light d
: <.
4e4ei"tte" IOU Intended "*ot cultivation, -wet.knrn treatment for. :'eacbv-Ajneflca Cnl of"Ator
would beast
,; OILS .AND'SrEajifiaERT!.j., ";' fromvtattack.' to the1 Romans,.who"went f. .
,... But Immediately ,It.came .digging M ''':>I-v ..
tb dry. by
t' the door"tgaln ""transported> by' -keep , ,
.FgFpt4gtY. 1 r1 .threw
ferocity, and again my weight eo'rk **V fir believing that they ( look ;to is 'th ,
agab 3t iha J a1t18..of. the..4oor.Ji i x;,
LIT wild beast Are now
; em 07ed covered drain for -the same guarantee tag required by lai glvln
much moro afraid of .uen dared riot trust to the bench.. ... # .
question' about the nanie of the'manufac
pu > no and
thnn lu former times, and 'Mr disgust with myself for being tht Zadt11hat'tlity4' 1 condru&tod\tlnaei1" iii, Atfbn} i.tbi::: igopdej fin

;>ths'Jirtjd| <. f jnjinklfid, ba" | lIut'b 4,tool aa .to.Jeve. coy carbine' "It.i kround channels by mean of tube bf"br class cottonseed meal should\ taii*
t1 ,1' i aide "eUltTb I'-fra _
a"s human .tmagll1'd. at
Increased }) cnn *
; "ed earthenware. Recent InvestlRation overCortT': per .b vim save grown more deadly my wits' end to know how to feat the t
a1ao"abow.tJAtUle; } JJrltlgh about nlne'per cent of fat. I honl
t On !'( and once oiily'bn've I"see'n'A.panther creatur<$ off: 'Plainly! It"wU'bllllfrom ; .farmers uaed"edvkted"Nhannehan-! ra Jitat:7eUo..eolorla'' dar

; thht.'was'oilier\ than n jvkujk-} hunger and bad'no. doubt smelled' toy turlesgQ fO d tag their land., 'In color with many fine blac peck ,
"lag, timorous 'brute,*llnteut only ontb'e /'"lmop--tnW; of "'hlehu-on a .helfJiu
Se $ a! until 18Jj: ttiit.Jame.: It "lJIcU+a t tbat ground hu hay
'lcapt\ It veersrei.! d; an news l rUi hut dm or.I- t1bad ,ulff"'' : ratktwb Mt'i added I If H i*'a fruity' br coli

: plymplc 'II't1if"P' riige soutli thoughts'c4 thiOwf tj>o fish ft Captain Walter Blithe suggestedtwo or, It indicate' that them 14 of
,of theStrnlt, .'rasa.'- I.tbffi mid 'fdeaTamefeiato my,mind. centuries before. By. his Influence or: the material bas at some tlr unddr'.
bt'hI'a kind of roving commission from For preserving- skins.of birds; and '
and* nmpl* ei complete> the Sailthsonlauf) .Iu'tltuCion.,1was\ KniollrnnlmntoTjbnjl; : talu'"IIIOJ1g'aquantlt thejevrofdraining wls"effectedland; sate.{oluss.*> ...
but twenty-two" and wns thus put ontny of arsenic'lu n' bottle: :When soml '
hill" 'y fpi, w Ui modifications J TTie"tExtureo the meal'slittuld. ,
mettle to penetrate GUvl>>UeliQu'ar. the vlolence of the creature's ,h at
is still practiced. It marked an era in about the IIneI1''cro. cor
tile world 'and keep my eye flif door had"subsided and'tt; .was. ra<3 e' agtleultsraXrpe'ogrdttrnitsadeast'tempting! ; : ,,";(,o """" :uu..c,. a
term lug round the but again I hastily cuta "'
: and amount of clu ,
to dry extensive ares* by a Tin
And that-time th. region, was A.ver: \ deep gnuli In the //hsl,vth-my; knife; ;:'
few open cuts; ho insisted that every by sifting a portion In a flonr.brme.
liable terra 'Incognito.' On the map It then..trlking. ahotui' BtclCi.pntI: ;tj(r ltleldahbouldibspr4: a4 tlht >feve -
Is termed' Clhllam' County but for- a as much ai twenty grains of the poison., .... ..plete system. of .underground MM Tkw"channels : Quire SWBmeal : _lU1JJ1lFtn .

hundred tnllrfs east and wo t, particularly By thU time the animal was on'the running In- the Ine.ot,the 'great- up with,;ater.'Put-on..tap *n-iA..p

nmong the mountains, It was then roof again. scratching rind ftnarllng and 4 Z Joe-. ;Jest Inclination',,and placedso ful.IDJJ\f. \ glasa.of! water.pit; lDrpn&bl1 -f
as priwitlve'and'snvnge as"vhen.out- muffling.' Opening the door n littler near ,to each. other "I to carry' off and; AJ1ow-th mixture. to fand''
r taco first set foot ou the continent. flung out tbe'.almon. I bad Scarcely.done alt surplus water through the drainsHe a few minute'to.etttleXiThe'' < ,black f.
'It was one vast- tan le'of brush and so when, pounce! came the beastto ,r and
JTi showed that 'tbe distance be- hunt will be found"on the bottom 1
p,, rotting tree trunks, which gave1' way the ground. With a sniff and snarl I t ;, tween .the drums must be regulated by can be seep through tbo.,glas' ''1'h..i!
it selied the fish and ran' off little : .. '
like wet paper underfoot, letting the a Pt1iayerhnd
the absorptlvonessioc retentiveness of good meal will b* In the

unwary explorer through into ..unsus way. Not so far, however, but that I- heat,,, Its'scarlet and the soil/operated upon, and gave ten the lint on top. A first-class meal.. "

pected holes.jA-hero-lUinilgbt, very pos could bear It eating, its teeth, gritting pure &: t the'unlace\ -. JCeet a* .the. minimum and forty.feet at should abort only :a; few'bikck. l hull "

r sibly., find himself|fin the lair of a grlcily on.tbe backbone.There in ..,01.I the maximum: of these'distances. The and scarcely any lint<
must hare been five six as i
that bad never yet learned gun- 'or kind r 'depth' suggested by him. for the parallel An expert can Judge very" well'eti:
fear. Bears and panthers' were the pounds of the. fish; but within half ajnlnute the I >'" ..Illustrat drains wa thirty Inches. Tbe bottoms the quality" T>f cottonseed meal by

GQonarcbs of this'solitude.. the animal was back, sniffing the some one of.these;were filled ..wltb mean 'of tasting. .Tho best fresh''
Humanly speaking, too, Jt than a'lnw- about the place for more. I listened a place of and Inches of atone small enough 'to' meal. bave a very agreeable nutty ti
post "
lesa-coast. Scattered along the shore, anxiously ft jumped on the roof mer In rustle i charm through a ,.,hree inch ring. The great'labor flavor not>> 'found'In Inferior good Tbo
often ''leagues apart,. were a few again, then prowled round tide} but. ; '
much : latter. The and Cost of procuring stone presence of much fibre I* readily' noted'by

"lookouts", ,o'f otter-hunters, who were Presently there came an Interval of. With : .buUd a house sufficient, quantity and of.tho.,,, proper the aene,*of, touch, in the; month.
a law unto themselves, and dldH'oXJies-: frightfulstaccato screech I Then'followed mock << entire also and tb%difficulty of carting The absence of the nutty flavor and ,
Itate to send a far-killing bullet after some lofty tumbling all over the than the' coat' ot \t.', :'In wet seasons, led tl) the' 'snbatltutlfln the presence of-a rancid taste Indicate.
those ,,'bo'intrudt'd on.their "ranges." ground about the hut enlivened by of of tiles and soles of eartiienware.t that th t'baeat lo'old.-J ){. BartlcttT --
E. 'in'
''The' flakes',of a few Victoria fishermen the mOlt' blood-curdling! yells! It Is possible ought ..M'...'.Bexford,* Brst theco.t of these tile was' In Macsachnoctt. Ploughman ,'. j '
might be stumbled on during the to Imagine! Peeping out,. I ; ,
admit i high, and for a time this clrcum.t :....
-.Season. About the river mouths one caught glimpses of -what occurred. in checked the progress of the:new "* ._......_ s. D.rnlrM. ;

'would at times catch glimpses. an Sometimes that poor brute went ten the- rMtlm, i;;tem of drainage. In the meantime. W.. T.-Please publish a description _
'Indian canoe; ot .a Ibln line of smoke feet In .the' al\ then it clawed up the !mlc of.cerebro- ;Marquis .of Tweedale ad. others,. invented Of a' jmahl. cheap" mokehouae "

Arising at sunrise- sunset. But the earth' and. brush, turned wild somersaults A "spotted fever" !' a'tile'' making machine, thereby 'nltabl* for A farmer,, to smoke a, feW!;

forest was too*dense, rank and tangled and tore and bit Its. own flesh. ; ? therewas : reducing the cost of.t les, and ", .ham, etc. .
u' for good hunting and the Indians and It tried In vain to vomit forth the will .the ,opinion of :to mighty *tlmtluskto) .thlt 1 .... A large cask or.barrelms. : b* used I

talf-breeds here were mainly those poison. Ills. ; to Cause the 4 agricultural improvemen .f( "' for smoking a.amall quaatlty" of meat.

a born murder or other crime bad rendered If not bard-pressed In self-defense, I for ;prior to the, oc j Draining 1* a costly op ratl01lo'aDd To make thU effective: .a small'pit >M

outcasts. would never administer" arsenic' to any' the,' f"'j', esse,, the' fatter !should be executed in, be' ef'fectual ahonll be dog; and a'- fiat atone or at ti
In some expectation of finding the living creature. received a pa ; and permanent. Ejn'gllch brick priced across It, llpon which theedge

precious.petalsI:: had been trying to Pathetic moans succeeded the 'easily. : which, advocate minImum.eptll ot of ,the cask' wUl rest. Half the
screechesrand_UIt'Libe suffering animal \ York,.where' pit-I.I beneath .the-barrel and ,
reach.ahlgh mountain! valleys..visible. ground feet for the drain, been ce It I*alleged L'I
from the coast:, by ascending the gorge dragged. ,itself to' the stream, !h Still. It ,' that thirty'Inch drain! In tbonsaiiS outside:. The -heed and bottom maybe

of Puy-Clallam.. from Port'Towu- where I beard It noisily lapping water; to*keep ;} possible;toy thee of instances have .faiw. to dry removed, or,a hole larger than the f

Send, to -sailing dory, which carried and after that the end came very soon. bracket that wayt .The'' and after All;th. alternative portion CJt- the pit.- beneath. th..-,eaa1l:., t.*

my small kit and stock of provisions. Fancying Uat.J is( -jnate'inIEht'fibeen ( 1tT8" be ] Ithe disease war presented! of hnlDl'.the The head:or cover 1* removedwhile; .,

: A little way up', the,tidal portion of attracted! by the yelling, I hastily cars .; nJ" clou". land Imperfectly drained or of executing : the' ham are being beg. up a. *ro. .*'
>OJ< v- '
t. the river 1 bad ;come upon "*an old log secured my carbine and stayed inside .used.procura r' l the work anew. I The distance tick*; a*' Blown la 'theM.. e4td.,
the but till morning. ' : Th ftIdIe 'JOMt'.... two.; ..*S
". 'but, In a secluded nook of tbe shore, the .f beds were apart for the most retentive day need 1rOM
At sunrise I found the creature dead" bar. made to pass through boles I'Ofed'in -
\ It had evidently been'deserted for several its Government not' be over eighteen feet., .It I. /
years, but it' served me as abase less than<* hundred:yards',,from, the IoDI". I ; :' thought by> the best Englishauthorities ,the side of the cask;. The head to1' );
place'whe It'drank.n It was, ne"Ihad then laid,upon the cask and cover*.* .p.
for' my tramps up the gorge.. On the ..... on the subject that with. a decidedporosity ..
supposed, raountaln-llon, or panther \ with moist sack to'conflne th.'.mo; '. 1
night of mystery I.had returned bit : .JIL the,subsoil nd In proportion '"
rather late( and thoroughly tired, after ;a big iinala Jht,W J4 'bare1weighed ? ; :. n to the degree of th at'por .117 the Live coal are put Into the pit ontside'ofthe
." two hundred and pon'nds cask.: ,and.tb* fire 1*.fed with. rt
a .solitary Jaunt, of; twent, miles or fifty \. >;space between the dr ins may with ?
; more, I put on half a salmon to boll I am sure, a nd probably one that had t.. < . :4i :safety be Increased twenty-four>; r
In my porCelalri'TtettMr! ovet 'K' 'Xrtf!' never before:seen a human, brine, or JI i thirty or tblrty-alx; feet. '

"whlcb a' rock ana the, end, br"th.hat, learned: aught o( the deadly *guile. of i f I ," .' erJ I I The practice In this <*>untry hall been I

'. shelteredaifi: also". mAde' 'gkllletful mitn.:-: Youth's mpJnlon.' : .. ., ., toward a greater,width., ,iThf. drain 1">

of hot "breakfast! foodj'; thlCVmb' to T.. 81'. : : :. ;: .:" I .:<. :are usually cut about to rods apart h t bU'f
gar and a spo6nf l of diluted"canned ;The' other day an Inspector*.waseie'amlliing : j ', '- and the cost of drawing when completed

milk appeased my hunger G little, till\ a;class In'a" PeckhanT school, : "I iJ! ,;.r. ,', 1* about $30 to $35 p >r acre, though _

,the.salmon.was cooked.. '** 4 *4 W44 when be ,.,Dle' to tbe word "Imaglna-, ... "r" I..'- \he cost'.may.'vary greatly with the

'. Meanwhile dusk had.f Ueu..aod the tlon," and then v asked the meaning. '" 'f"'i.. ,, ' 'character: of the subsol "tbe.pre.ence . i Sli
'\ wanningmooqtilthgs.dmr;tn lOn jN'o bra. could tell blur.. \ 'to."""-' ,\ 'or absence oLrocks, the price bf labor ; _

.,' net'and gloves. The ,bum,of thousands! ? 'cow." said the inspector, ;-Tin. . tiles"etc.: Throughout i L great,portion M i

of these Insects ,.. l"ndel.wltlt..tbc' die going_to..abut"JII1'' eyes and tell you I r .'. ..,'. |ot-New'York.' ;; Ohio Indiana:! andIlli(

: -tat 'roar of rapids" up the river.' 'To what I can see. I can see tray Bouse. ;" 4 nois tlle-dralulng la rery common.F ,
eat my salmon In peace it was necessary A baker's cart Is' at the gate.' The rt1Je land, which wei e formerly tooIwet. *
to smoke out the hut and retire baker JI'OCa.up.tb.. steps and rings the to work Until tate Jn the spring ?r B* i
Inside-for the insect pests dashed bell. The servant opens -the door and ? have now, by a regular system; of .

blindly into my platter and into my takes a loaf from him and pays him. ; : draining been fitted to plow a* soon ,. B.B..JLI sronuovU.1due :

_. mouth. ,.' lie opened his ,eye and inquired the; frost disappears from the'ground.The bruntil:-The pit is covered with a

The moon was not yet quite In eight "Now then, what; would .yon. call '" value of' the land has flat stone by which the,'lire m.7.b.. '
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f over the wooded mountain aC'l'QI'i'tbt' that?,' ; :. doubled, tripled and' even regulated, and'It removed; when necessary '

stream, but its light was slowly 'dlffus- Up went a little' hand at the back' ot ,' : In many instances. The] entire cost try add more: :fueU-Montreal,.
.lag itself athwart tbe wilderness; and the class. ; draining I I. usually met Within: the pertod Herald.: ,
presently I heard two sea-otter mlau ""Well Willie.-; speak tip" said the I ': : ,: 'of three.;year ,by the1uc4ased: ...

Ing at .ach' other down in Little/Buy. Inspector., "What;do you calj It?" h',. crop, _to say"r nothing of'the'' .aan; .e CaNfeli7.. .

They seemed!. to be close 1' the "A lot of lies, slrLondonTlkBlta h L." \ tagfr of having-, orachprlng. earlier_start l1! The"'old saying; "the, sire Is halt.the,

shore; amiss my supper bad revivedme' al__ .. .. ,.:, ..' i.. ?. herd does not always express the
O..r' I. whole trotbb. said PBofessor.ITraser. of
considerably I took my ;;'carblne \ 't\'t -
and'stepped outside. 'It wa possible A rather'remarkable case of sincere /._.. 01 w... .I Illinois University, In a recent addres*.,

t I thought, to"get a shot at them as tb* quackery. rhre, whichperhaps is' generally may not be Discussing the asp of 'fertilisers' hqetr In a ,aIn,whose, .,ancestor,have been .--
as as supposed, occurred
I moon. came up; and''a sea-otter pelt in London some time ago. r.,:." ''\'grass binds. Professor,Brook; in t1 bred for dairy ,purposes only these e
be worth of hundred dol- ... characteristics. have, become flrmlx:
'may a couple An old ladjp sued.Sir WUIismBroad.bent May crop report of the.-
; fixed and when crossed on cow. of no
Jars.. Board tot Y M Agriculture says, that
a leading London practitioner, I : : ,, calveamore
My little cooking fire'"had burned :! most farm the barn yard manure special breeding willproduce '
because be refused to her
'; .down, and I scuffed .ome.l I.ooe sand buy or D try !',;' be used to better"advantage on' th like the sire tbanth., dam. .It
elixir. This'"was DO'comm rel ed7.belD'l "
I, this the sire count for more than
-1. over It with my 'foot a* I' stopped tow tilled fields than on the mowing car
free from ,,thpre.minerals whichare
{ half. .A.dairyman start with noth.
nten to the otter agLiDBnt a dense the commercial' fertiliser nitrate : may t
the root of all evil, but the skillful I" and
but the most ordinary cow,
gust of soda 1 the lug
mosqu1toea.-4abed Into rayface most valuable for, .
blending of ad herb of which medicalmen b. by simple breeding he win..In _- t.7ear.' .-.
a* I stood I:,there; aDd' reflecting know'nothtngNeedleaCtoigL: ing-the growthofJbe grasses
that I might have to- lie or stand quiet tbe old lady lost her case 'Which she. .'About two:hundred pounds per,Acr.S. misnnderstand'me.a lIneworklnl''1 herd.advoeating.xadlng.bntunot -.' i,
not an
for some little time if I stalked theotters pleaded inperson.' Her sincerity.'wasas ,,., a* much,a* ttrbasybeen found breed. "tl
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I'went back inside for my head apply( ItT1Dlr-b.- ppl e ''
as ber stupidity/ and made )' of the Navy gnat harm ha* been. done and Is sint !:'" '
vet and gloves: standing carbine alone with good results. but it
my. her apathetic rather than a'ridiculous, of the ,
the cattl of the
.. being done by dairy .
.al'nlost that end of tile hut as I did so, 11iW'.v 1;great : / of Westpha- best to combine It wlth>; ome "
fpr the door' tb.otlf.r "< | s .ito country by eroaaID.-Week11' Witness
was at end. :g1yebulkwblchI not too '
d .his jbrother's i V ., .
c.;; It a minute'or two to,find ....I.. .Dlpl_.Us .'n... ..*, ,?yTha riles' *' "..'." .lve and which Win supply; potash .... a'1. ., ..11, d

and put on tbe net in the dark interiorof Russian Government, too i* also \0__ '- ... the phosphates.' : '" -If j When, tiredgo home., When you a

the hut; but I was coming out when represented abroad;:not only by its am-, ; J -Any; : fish'mak: ':;' Baste slag"meal tneal''wlilcb-can; be P want. consolation, go 110..*. When you n,

,pot twenty; feet awayI discovered bsssadorbut by unofficial',diplomats A | ; was prompt. ,. 'dJa.led'tlt about' '15-per"ton-:- r want fan go :name., When you want to' ..

,some large- animal 'WIth'' '(I"t.that. of Ii.most Interesting description, :"a ''took in ;; : gaping; jaws 'of',. ,omroended; using :from;800( to! show other that J'ou'UTe reformed go
glowed like, coals In the obscurity It corps' d'ellte of ladle whoare de .pounds of. the meal per acre, wit borne and let your family lOt acquainted ,

was in the very" act of crouching toprlngatme I spatched to,the .various capital of tbe ; hldlar"tot'tbe t lengtb.'wlth' i it0 200 pound of the nitrate,f>Prof*.* with, the fact:; 'Wbea'Ou want to

,:? !I. I; heard the sangn'of' Its .world, In'Washington.Csardom'ha,;' ; ;jBrook adds that( It Ja poaalble I show';yourself at 'the very best, go ,,-,
i h; breath: a* ,lt"'drew itself together to I no less than ten of these ladle, They [it' as t) 1 Moral,t'Pock' good crop bf the clovers 'iE' horn and do the act there .When yon u

i;, jump, and I leaped back Into the but I entertain'lavishly; and Their drawing* (y ; ) ;! : .bares. even I'MM of;| tires'or fertiliser supplying feel,hie-betng-etratiber4-go: home ._, "

}Ma .And'slammed, the door -v .. .* I 'room., ,'w1tl1 shaded rose-colored light end of ; .. and gives e kinds and quantities, and Praetia, ohiypor .wit. and,cbU.' .,
1 J had no time to-jpares .ftl.. eastsv tendJtixurlouB, fnroiture jmd hangings, m<%ttti ; ;' 'rtl t 1JIi' 1' i InavesprWedltoose 9 PrO .bWi>6n 1 | dreu *ntiReWben'yonshtn.' , :: ;

# ameplum{)-.&' -.tnrltofywjltpa} : ,. fir.palace"of iaje.fdt.wea/jr-Jeglaiat-. -atxiiff }: .... ,..... "" i3oCQllege rm.'iiHme Is.fti qaeaUj tl i -wits-erabruusney,,.h WLJuu1.'o<"" .__' '

..: '.violence that nearly Jiurledatbactiue :;:. a... 'or* bet 8'enators.jrb,., fascinating targV : )religion* purr. .. essary In order to bring our toll home and light
: .wltb, 1t1.-One paw came' at the crevj ,.Jltenjuthen..dlctafV WfPfrf, : kbs' (f :>v JM 3 ,*' .1 J t?*. indltl B"lhhf-.wDl.allow the cloy. I Horn !s the. best place of aJB-tlt.'...fa1II.. ,:n ;.,1 ._ '

\ \' Ice by the doorpost. 1.'"*et my bats' JaWs ahall Dr :rdalipathO:'passed; 1 PtQotgre t rnubt < .-,-rjfe. '\. '!D, 1 ,., ...,....,. Jonrnat.ea'ati;: / :I .' .fM' :

:, sag&lnst(the"doof: _and dug/my beets I into. ;**.-lou ert'* Fall of,.Tiardom. 7 ..r.'! -.r: ...:- \. Ij. :1k -.' .f'
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The Klsslmmec Valley! GazetteTBLBPHONI Senator Ttllman aaya" '' that a beer Prices for CitatIon.Administration. Notice of Discharge. Notice of. Application For. Tax'
much like hades to Deed Under Section: 8 of
NO. 11 saloon- Jook. as I CotTHTT ..v.....'.CO".,.. lOWBOLA < Not..... I*hereby. glean lh.t OD the'2'Ih day ofAu.o& :
him .. anything. U.'wll1 surprised, COOITtT. ri...\ A. I>. iwn\ w.will present. our Seal l Chapter 4888.- Laws of
-S-----' "'.......D...... ri.av to kttowjhow inaoy other folks it look Ice Cream. Br: the. .I'ountr. Judge of aald booty: = ooouuU. and vouchers. *lo ik.ouiity Judge ulOo Florida.
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Just like->. other place. .h. Lowell Prlc Carmlctiat-- bu*p- *U Co. ,. Klorlrl. sad auk Ul be dl.oharged -
lu Valley tJaUl1la.r.JtraIIJlJlltlt.OSCKOLAOODNTY.} piled 10 biD Court for Leite. .. Kxccnlon. oith KclaM ol Henry ..
omee or Admlnl.tratlonou sa Notice la ...,. ..ln that W. P. M errlamimrrh.w'r j
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.. H.rbl..j the It. ol Nelaon Rneeelt.deeeaaed, 3M.of 0..., . ._. of Tax ertlflcatee No..'JO7.Ml ridf.iild.ied )

"' ,w. h. EARPIL Edda Ili. PnptkW.. Render the bile more fluid and UMIShelpa 1 pt. 20c T Thwe maid .'::. th.refo e,lo elt and admonish.. M.K 1.N.OVKlurTRKKT'OVY.RtlTRIIIIT., has filed said tbe oertiflcalee aid dayof la Anfuit Biy oflSoe A.,:end D.1.bat*,,,I J
the blood to flow; 'U s1ToPdsprompt ardanry Iarthaklndndanderdimnot'aid: Kieeuton: ttarte applitatlnb' foe las deed. lo 1M... In eo .
- deotMueH. lobe and beiore Ihl. Court, ,.... '
0 ,Floe 1 35c appear rd. with law. )
a. >ttailmmM' bUlousnepeIndi qt. .. .
mate edet lb.1'wuome. relief from u or.'n. lhh .
d.yof A D. .
.. Paid certl teat*embrace! t" following;:01.*
{ S *. aeooBd-elaee""";.allrf ";.", Kstlop( sick and nervous headaches, gal. 65 1\1\('" and lie obertlon If they have.. lo lhssr.atlog I Notice of Final Settlement and arrlbMl un.peny situated In Ovceola oounly: V

(, S' ',., .Sobeeflba.. win pt U1 ItGUf tae omen. U and oyer-loduhronoe in food and drink t-2 same will letters i....r.oled aa aa a'oreaald.prayed" oUter.... the Application! for Discharge.. '. Florida.I -wit: .1 1
t lull 10 re.ntarly. K. and T. HU of neU and t\4 nf .wy( and nel( of .w M
the Tl....u.katwtesrNlromSSi.lbawhid O. I.'Caidweli. AItM. 1 gal 1.25 naraa an County Jadre of tbe i and'''Ii of at*;14 and ael4 0'.14.... S4 and ee\2 -.
= mat. -I atcaed &10. R. R., Checotah Ind. Ter., writes, Cotmtv.foresald.. . ,,,.IWh.dar of Aneu.t, 1 Iwio Notice I.brrt-hy rlvra. _thktAdmlnutrator .._the en4rnd.nM; of iw'J and .w4 of ae .M :a.and net"{and eeu j.
April 18, 1B03: "I was stoic tor over .LI W R JOilNiTONA S. of th* of R..H.Lulrr of nw'-4 D.4j; of.wU and Uof .wt..(aodwU
'writ ra.ta.d .. County Judp. derosed,slid of Mary Junior, dmii iid. will of *.all In 1 XS.. R 2JIe. .
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A R.latad) mealled .r win two jrars with enlargement of the liver Delivered Anywhere in Town. P. VANS ASNRW' I on WvdiMKUr. the. tMh day of Ontolwr,A.. D. Tbe aald land .belay ......... at the date of /I
i sod.pINoD. The doctors did me no Sollrtor for Petitioner o-noM 1 drat. make final. settlement with thoOnontr.. the luuance of ...ela rnlftcale la Ibe-Bane of "4'
8caacatPTIOM BATKS.oo I all of Jodn of Owrata.Uomnt7.8Mt. *of Florida. t. Goblets.Unleaa
and bad Rhea hope
-- ..............:................. rood being,cured, when druggist up *d.i ed rtmlnlHtfmtar" ."Aid __.iaA a""I ly to Mid. laid NrUS...... hall be redeemed. ae*
4 ... _,..,....... .. .....,.... .a Jo.s nj Notice of Application For Tax Court for a dtMrharn arM.dminletr.tor.This ,ordJnitlolaw.tar deed will U.ue Ibereon oatb.ntdayof
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.0.Q. .' "..,-. ..... .. ,. .N .sound. ion.and. Qerblne.well." ". SOS IV' Sold has by made Thom-me MILLER & OV STR ET. Deed Under Section 8 of April' Aa nab A4minletrator IUU6.'' II.of tisid Tt.tea.: .Wtine' : ny Anra official:: A rlgnature. l D. Iwa. and Beat this.

.Friday', Aortst---'Zo'Kb.. J805.' soon A Koberson.SecreUry ;. ---.." Chapter 4888 _Laws oft TrA.YA.sAO.w.HuUeitor' for,'A- - Clerk
Florida. Clrvnlt Court
Wilson half dlnr>oTered, JEWELER. AND '''W .TCHMArCER i Oareola County. Florida, .'
7 Th esteemed Lab City Index in a the eouroe of corruption in bU dep. '20 YEAR Nucl.1.. bereby", Cbae.AJ> bwrlk.>rtMrchaaeror :: For PiTBlication.D .y w.R. HARWELL. V f .,..
.. "moment of thoughUeeine refer* to the artment. Be wire the editor of suocsfiil Tax. C.rUSe.1'1..61., datvdtbe .
I of Jai,. | ol tb.Interior Notice to Creditors, Legatees
Stataoonvlotsw"unfortnogepeople.. Farming: ".1 door.aeteci the GOLD. PILLED CASE WITH ELGIN ?lied said day cenldcel* I. ny A.rfAr D. and 1WM bae. made b. Land imp at.D..I\I.\ Pla -
They ar. nothing of the kind; they are people. They com. *' from the civil ,. OR WAL,THA". S1S.OO. application for lai deed to.lam In aoeordaaoe August 7lh. last.Notice and Destributees.;
unmitigated scound aervicet! S with law U hereby irlTcit tbt ib. following ..........
aetor All .
mostly Maine tbe
having acalnit eelal
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Bald rortiarale ha lleeIcoe\ of his Intentionto
lorwnat in not enbraooe the followingd.srrtbed of Henry W, Barber deoeaied. l...01 Oaerolarounty 1
rels who are tery S 'I make ...II' _P..rto'.I.el.....and ;
having been *bot, for their outrage RkMStl s*. n.."., fawn: situated In Oeoaola a',. that ..ld proof will ... mans...._ Cl..It Cir Stale. of ",ortd..will preen u..eaaie

,.11 you bare any kind or oft word tot When pains or irritation exist.. on Nw"<, o.. ....14.sec rJ. Tp. fee Ramp X7ea. .t. ruilCourl.l Julian Noa.od0'III.'........ F,.Wblltli-r t.on *.IA,! Flu IS' |WH.Tic Ud.'. for payment. within lo bo tbe tlm.nndenljrnej.vrwrlbed. proveriyaitratad. by: .....,.

u.e, apply them to tboea whom aheM .n 1 part of the b>dy, the application ev. aerea.The sale'land being. aiM.i.e..< at the d...-.' * 'convkM have robbed sad t* tb* wldows of Ballard'. Snow Liniment criTen : the Inuaaoe of......HrU.... .. tbe name of ne'.or nw"( :1ta:1: .. H* nammila .tdmlnMratrU of Ectate NANCY ot HILLS WHtTK...,...
aM'daUd.- ot,-th-mn_Abey prompt relief,. E.' W. Sullivan, Prop. Jo.tpb.urtwb.r. *followlu ,.. .. . 1-.d. : Henry W. .r.

have mutdtrtd.-Pt1aa Gerda Bei-..1d.S Sullivan ROQeel Et Reno,0. T.. write ., 1 .. Vnlre*..aald.>aw erytllr.trbatt,la. ..eed- will be lame redeemed thereoa aawdlnf on realdemw via: It. B. noon iiarr and of raltUailon KlulBiace of FIL.1 sold U laud ALicbliwr : 1dmini8tJ'tor'Notice
o Jan. ,. 1 take pleasure reoooaoaendlng f tbe.26>.ii day of H.ple..ber. A. O. ItMW ;uf Harlow. ria: Ataolrt Saw, of WblWU '4.
,OMofoU''Yal1M exchange: put Ballmrd's SnowUnlmeni ,t..... BIT ifBelai' .l.......,. and aral Ibis .r, rl..( M... Brown, of It Mead ria.W.O. All,iwnoni. hnidlnc",,,..or d.m..d..poII
forth the foUowlagt 'Tbe: beet thing to to all who are afBlcted with rheum* (.xatl-- .toad day: -of Aarnet'-t. A. I>. lam_ '' ,, -,- EOBINHUlf,,R.olatee.- ----.-- the .......,0'Tb1Illu..d.e..aed. will pew_ '......
L. I MJIY: ; ; not same 10 me for .,...... ._.
along- for all Its 1. the 1 have properly: jeel.
,S city Itsm Ii only remedy
S town
belp a Clerk
Coart within t1.. tlme .......rt...... by 4w.'orebs' '
ell people 10 bare faith In It. Everyman found that give Immediate relief." 0CoGat,. I'.ortd.. Stove wood. .... w' I be .'.......r.barred and sl serious 1.. d
a should study tee *btect carefully s.'ic, Goo and 11.00.. Sold., Thorn*son ay "I'S. SARW SLL. D. C. 41._ lo said _.Ie will make Immediate\
} and find ground for his believing in sit Uoberson.. : I W. will furnish Store Wood deli .MUemeut. with u..nwdereliaedAdmlBletratoro 5

in .ta town.' If he cant find I.. let They are good for home use', what? .erect to.any part *>t town' at 11.00 per <'the' Katat I.of Wt.NIUKa TboioM ..,.... I'j I
Pniblla*Ar..od.The Old newspaper! We eell'--. Strand. MATWAHD LDMBEB Co.
him move to some bvUer place? In ; ., dvoraeed.Dry" . 01
which be can believe and for wbkh"caa ,. pubho 1* aroused 'i
constantly whoop it up. It is the curative merit of thai W. H. TOWNSEND. I .
essential that a man shall whoop and fresh: medtoloal tonic Klectrlq, Bitters -
and if b* cant'_ do It where for Beck stomach liver and kidney Iii- -

happens to be located. U U hi* N.rlH. W.llel'aotMG ClaUsATe.. f' '
solemn duty tonwvesrons4end along Columbus, O.> writes:" For everatmonUm Goods Clothing and Notions. y

r : 'till be finds the right spot. ,' I wa given up to die. I- bad JOHN lever and ague my nerve were wreck '
A most impressive sermon against ed: I onld not sleep,-and my stomach No 1h 1CI...tni. __ J ,; .'
tbe olgareoe evil from an aauaal I source 1 wa SM> weak, from useless doctors' oar eokInII, llstkod'A.k.IA" NEW LINE OF
U the ,following from a recent opinion drag, that 1, oould not eat.. Soon after i
of this arpreroe Oourt of TeD_ begiiinW to take Electric Bluer, I .
dec1.rDCbe anti-cigarette. in that obtained relief, and in a abort time 1 C
Hangingand Goods
.Htate to be eonsUUiUonal; "We think wa* entirely cured." Guaranteed at Paper Dry Furnishings '. ,.'
cigarette ar* no4, leguimane arteoio Onotala Pharmacy; price SOe._
4 S 0' ot COIDIDW because they arewhollynoxlou 1

1. ., and deleteriou, to health. J M. W1L.LSON,JR.. Decorating; -- .' 1
" Their ue.. 1* lway* harmful; !
They posee**' no .virtue, _.S NOTARY PusLlc... l $ I'' ". ..L..1. I. V '==-, Summer T' M
but are Inherently bad and bad only. | SA.T'AT. LAKGK. J <> Clothing-Going Very Qeap'. "
They find no trveoomendatio. or merIt Real Estate 5 Finest Line of Samples.xf : .

or usefulness In> any sphere. (h Agent.. FLORIDA. . < < Wall Paper. Etc.. ever' <; If.'
.5 the CODnr'J'he7. are widely ooodemy KISS1MMEB. '-> _
5 Shown In Kissimmee. ,< _ 11
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4ed U pernicious altogether. Beyond
1 < ltMtlOQ their every tendency Is p M. LAW M. D., D.' Dj S. TROUBLE VVVVV "V N VVV IVVVV ai se r mVVVVVVV
toward the"Impairment- physical .F
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"' health and mental vigor." PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .f

According to the Key West IwrSbftiftKDlp'o""a&MOIU'Ge- D&'ttAL'SPECtALlST' ; Chopped M t
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Ocwan, ) lOuimmee'. P. .7S......... ..raseaLLCW DownHlghrnces.IJ
t cojintv-fa-B* asserted that .b* doe sot sad 97.Dli. ...._...
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it be will J 11 >
and if his dvputte{attempt SIMPSON.DENTIST. '
J them from otfl.'rb..* tas.IRaaiwMIE. "YOU NEED '
discharge employment OUR GOODS
'This t* a very strange declarative: for ., -- y Ji ,8.
an official to make, wbo ha sworn to
.. enforce .tbe law. Th InterOoeansays Office over Oeoeol.Phanaacy.Xo. t \, 1 I \\\ \1 WE NEED YOUR MONEY."

2. tb. law. 1. enforced in .other OFnca ) '9 a. m. to. 1J .... ,
coupUev, and bat it must and will be IivR$; r 1:30 10 1.70p. ..... : . pc' I i
enforced in Mooro or She Governor TaleopboDe 78 Jun 6. tTr. f Gel Price* : 'x
will be appealed to lo the matter.' . my Before Purchasing ;,.

,1;, .' The Inter-Ocean Is right sat It* pol HARRIS' SANATORIUM. &(R' O K E'RREALE 's", Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents 8 t
", tlon will be ..stainedIf there are Furnishings. -t
.r 'prastte I in this world the 'vagaraata DR. R.HARRIS. t. .- ...:..:...... L' "
area part of DO on* should
offer them protection to lead a life of ome.a.oru..t/ws. STATE :
4+ Idleness, which la on*-of the breeder OR. N. M.. HEOOIel.., ,5- CHAS. W. DANISri"K
of crime.-Jacksonville Mtvopolts.L .. m.'KA.. nosei AIID TWOAT. 'AND'INSURANCE .X
r os...HOBOW,......X ..: '. ... __.*.t__ .
'' ORLANDO.; > ; >.. .. FLORIDA.,' jaa fcj g. !
P'r We don.1 know when the first a*. ,'I

'.rtUlng' was done but we know e.act"ryr -- -" -- J..
==- J
,:, 'boO.beekll"4.ftor =wad ,
t'IDI.e4. It &adverUsed.... Bible. tees .. .."
.buaN.bur.Ttn. lW A. D. dt.ooeesd "t. l .

v two bis p"ID'I.IUId invention&Frenchmen- ,was betook,,. Fanst uperhneoUnr in faU and COd'EDq.with.... Valdosta, FOIJfldfY&IflaCiIille: : : Co f LET 'ME SHOW YOU''A'Ir IrMy '

,, They went to Parts and aoo. .... .
their own type and of conra primsd rotEnglpceBoilerssad _
the book'most In.demand-the. U1bt. new stock\ of: freezers Re-
On day the Inhabit**,ol l arU-was ,
tirpHaed to see large WritcTorBareaJn 1,1st -- ----,-- ''
pon.ieed .ogler. frigerators.nd'rce.

around that on the Frost waJUAodfcBounolntr Co., w..-.anima n. Saw Mills All ,kinds and sizes. Wo buy : Chests, Sidet .

Bible at on* eighth the ssimilar. east.. sell stud trade,HCVF aad second band machinery ,Boards,. Sewing ,Machines ,and.
+ ,
Tb.IK.rt 08 then '..... '... aD I .- .
.' sod all doted. ,,; and '' of,.cTery-y-, kind. '. We manndctore Colomna.Ltetles .' B ed- Qom.SU1tS '. J ,. "
r i1 ? .good people ParU saw thwaTtber: : _
TenUlatera and'all kinds '
1 ureiy-though ws .. of castings.OUR .Iltt'I- ..
,: ,, work oft bit Batanh :
:SWISS. ....7 eonldat'aU beeperII ,; W. THOMPSON -

, .01 Ahy .ooa found out'>....-.&) .. InN WILLsELL'. : : :
S ';- '';.SrHMk ....... there I* a copy awe- t :, .' ., YOU. }
; fit. -- w. '
.' srvsJ ofl thte FUNERAL
vary intenjsiliis .
tk* Irs. *.printed advnMaMtof. P:';; .,. ,..... . t

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The Klsslmmee! Gazette Soft- shoes at,Dana's.. Prot. Vndrow" &! telegram was.received. from Den
the Stau ..... by his father stating j that fce ."
oredawoma known col- day,in. theNlnuirest of nominated forthe office of Treat.
-TBLBPHON NO.11. ,"diedaat. ber'home la Ai.tat.aD ...m..... of Miami over" both his oppo.' .... "
North. Kisslmmee; Wednesday momIng. '- by a majority of 137 vote ;
rUBi.I;:liUID: EVERY r UDAY. bas been on'be slok . w I ,
-.T and during hi* ."' J. E. Po'uad. 8r. and Jr., 1-
w. B. 'Ii hrutse. White Stone Llthia Ginger ATe.Mr son has been .. E. Wrlggltsworth .nd.1, U. Wai.
____ B. Ouldcmith'aod Mr. Hugbey went>dx> returned last. .night front their
-Official W..ib... Report.. Shingle* left M. Sunday to *peoc1..omet.1 .oo.'of place i.. the oou down the River They report H. :.C. STANFORD : tr

..AY.&A. T..I'...".a wail aIlDl. with relatlrea. la.Atlanta aod spend a few day ten o.t enloyable trip notwlthstand'' *i :

I ,.......Y Cvsme. 'Ant,M. IMS. Cincinnati. From now until the rain and mosquitoes. in ..ubI j I .
sell all kind Of stew laLlon of which they ] TUB FIRST 0IGI1UTOft OP,.tow ..IC.Om KNau1IeE vASK
'. -- White, Stone Llthla Water tot health. : Kl$8l1 with them some slab stories .that i - ..... -. .
Mu. III. r: pound.. ..d
are hard to beat'
Mr. and-' Mrs. left
A. E. Bearden
-:--- -' Monday afternoon for Uuwannee: Mr. FH. Starkey..% Saturday 28th,'you will

.......... 811 ta toe.turday. Springs' ,wbere .they will spend a imnoee, and a *on authe Kissimmee Grocery Co., an
.......... 90 t2 1.211Sandal. couple of weeks.Whitd8tene . H. Porter, died at Ran line of native, menu .such (
.;........ t2. toMonday Petersburg last ,1 : .
".... ..... 11II .. Llthla Water, and Ginger Mr. Starkey bad '- beef of the !finest! quality, pork and ,OUR PRICES ON ,
"......:.. 10 72W.dn..dal all kind of cured meat, DoC ,I ',.. Il,.
....... ea'4 Ale act on the kidney! and liver oonsunipLloo for & sausage, picketed..:Also western t<(
Tbnr.dIV' .......,.. ea 'fI .16, I'' Mr. JT. P. Sharp leftTuesday morn year: Mr< Porter ; .. of the finest quality\ and chick- ,',.\ .
.:: Ing to spend a few"days with Captain Petersburg Sunday give u* a trial will give ". f
a; 0;. M1MFSON. P. M, ': Sharp on the dredgeboat. at'Lake KlsImmee. the funeral." ord,r* personal and.Immediate at . SUMMER GOODS< ,, ", '

Dr; P.,. Philip has all I faLronaa.pprecl.t.ecI., : .: n.
Our rate roe Iniertlon of advertisement carload.of fine Mlljc until or large. ; awaiting "
among 'the' reading matter on White Stone Llthla Water and Ginger broufbt' here. few early order, .. '
Ale took gold Medal. at LouisianaPurchase expects to returrf to I remain yours ..ocere1,' i < '
.I' line each insertion '
ten cent ,
this per "
page position. ,
week for another ear. M. O. WARING MOB. 1 ,
/ ;Mr. C.; C. Allen,' State Organlcerfor will have shipped to T i. ''\ ,. 1\ ,

r .' ,. ,. too Socialist ...1Il1eeLure Itf KUslmmee Prof, sad :Mrs. M, : Card of Thaaka. '<- :.
on the subject of Socialism hereby tender my sincere thank :
the noon train ,
this evening.' on their abode la. all those. who looked after me : . '. .' ....... ," -'
' focal News.' Judge'G. F. ParkerFeturned' homeresberduy Smith 1* the newly my lat illness, and for which .. \. f :
always be under obliga
after a mouths vacation O ceola High 8ehi>ol many '.
With sincere thanks I am, ,:
arduous duties a* depot. reoommended a*an Truly, .. .
Y.our .
agent, spent In the mountains of North rience and Ability., )v.
h- Carolina.-.- ,j a portion of the .. _,MAX AO8CHWrrz\: ,
White StoneLithla '' Mr. and Mrs. A. O, ..-.
If you need ft good horse mule OP. .* HOTICB.
Bend us your Job printing. milk cow,let me figure with you. street regular September. examination Shoes
Wade the Tuner; Orlando', tf tf D&: PI LLIPS. About a year age ..teacher. will be he held at the -Dote9has

Mr. W. C. Turner, of Orlando, Mr. H. S. Pike returned yesterdayfrom tine another farm negrOiu in- this at i' House, beginning at 10 o'clock'
weeks at Seabreezeand ., Tuesday 6, 1905. / )
Saturday in town.' ft two outing his
spent good escape.
will themselves
Coronado Beach. He went outon provide '
trail .
been his
( Fewer.. gallons; wear longer; Devoe I, the afternoon train to his home at on located him paper and ink .. 4' .
finally '
Mr. O. W.. Ward returned 'from. I Narooocsee. Spring':: where be ".. W. J. SaA s.Bupt.M ;i'; '

';t Washington. yesterday mornings I Mr. Frank: Sullivan! one of the old turpentine farm A'won* killer. ),

!f. See the. new line Shirt, watilr.stStanford's. land marks of this section, died'at his week an4.brougbt ,ft.. J. Montgomery, Puxloo, Way
home near Pegbofn, Wednesday and ed him In Jail., Co? Mo., writes: I,bare little twin ;:! '
was burled yesterday In, llosehlll We understand *, ,who have been bothered with Ir" "
" . Mr. W. B.: Maklnson made a business ,. .... ... ..
cemetery. Rayaer I* meeting all their" lire! I tried, every-
trip to Orlando yesterday., ." Miss Marian WbIceman- returned mission North which to relieve them which failed un

tf "Dorothy Dodd"Ladle* shoes bas Friday last from vlsitto Ktsclmmee for the completion 1 used ,White' Cream Vermifuge; WE LEAD IN SUMMERCLOTHING : : '.

the style. none better, at Daon' where. .she was the guest of Miss.Ruth church. The first two doses brought four worn .
: Born to Mr. 'and Mrs. 8': H. Bullock Jones...-Sanford Chrqploie. been ordered, and one of them, the next. two doe, (1. ,t. ..
tering and finUblng ye, one of them measuringtwelve
; on Sunday, August 20th a son. I will bring you any v kind of ..n I be cashed tj N; the other child was only re- '" '

White Stone Llthia Water guaranteed animal you need and gurantee satis : lug committee '. of.four worm It U ft 'not ex. '
to cure. indigestion. faction. Da. Pith ten.if church completed and lent medicine'" : .. : T
Noyember 1st. ; '* Cream Vermifuge U good .,
f Mr*. E. M. Law and her motherwent hold children. ._ .
will y
David D. Kldd
The Rev.
... to Bartow last Sunday, to visitrelatives. service In the Episcopal church on Dr. E. R. Flint, ' not only destroy worm., it help ._
I, In the State child ward off
Sunday next Morning service at istry : to perfect growth, I '
Before spending' Jour money. See 10:30:: evening service'at a o'clock. down from Lake City **. Sold. by Thomason & Rob- .

s new good at Stanford's.Messrs. '. Clerk E. L. Lesley and spent Vonday... '___________________ '
Court '
of the
" Sam and Joe Griffin, of Stipu W. J. Sear and Deputy Tax orange nesday grove applying of To Cure Cold,l. On* Day' Always Remember the: ,Fyl None ;. ; ,

Waco were. In town the.early part of Colllector A. E. Dooegan, .represented where the State' iS Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab .

: ..the week.. Kisslmmee In.Orlando, Monday. ment of orange { .. ,All druggists refund the money ';

: White Stone Litbla W ater end Ale From now until Nov. 1st, we will home Wednesday fall...*i*to on cure.each box.E. W.25o.Grove' slg-Un1n1111111nTnilnnln1nnTL Laxative Rromo' .Qn.Cares ;

1 at. all tkvU: \ fount' ell all kinds of stew meat at 6* cent Ben Hansell, who ,

l Orlando-Mr. U. D. Waring spend.. Sunday came down with from his pound.Mr. Walter. KISSQOUB Gardner, formerly UBO. Co.of critical appendicitis condition for ' ' " ' CoW. in One Day;G.ripkTwo.' :1

. famllf. Klsslmmee. but now ol'Jacksonville, taken to Orlando last :::: .... .-_ ..;.."'.; ;
find and good where. te 1* Inspector for the telephone he was operated : :::::: ,
Vou'1Il price I spending' a few days here TH Operation we pTHERS .
company. MAY '
at Stanford! try him. 3 T & ,
right greeting his many old itiends.Mr very .satisfactory, : : oa' Ic&' '
'_ . Esq., spent ft the Orlando hospital .

few P.days A. In Jack.onvhle. on' business. stopped' J. over E. Bishop here. ,last of. week Clearwater on his, expected., Imitate I !, I

I this' Smoke..week.Key West Havana, the,best visit wsyjo to, his Alabama' daughter, apd}, Mrs.paid Perdew.a brief morrow Mir. aDd night Mrs.for M. K ;: "' ''tt'1t"1'1t't"' ' Jt1't1"t'rtfrJt'l1tfl"ttijJf1ttttJt111ti1' r '; ; >< rJ.t-. ,

fa Cigar on, the' market. Mrs.Jno. M. Hughey and children, regular summer : :::::: C= NORTH: KI881MM. ... PMONg N. B, 'SG.W. ,

, .' Sherman Drawdy has sold his saloon who have been spending several weeks will combine : BUT DONE CAM, EQUAL. == == J
r business In Ojjlando to R. R.W with relatives here left Wednesday ..ndlwhU.( away. : GRIFFIN
? .ese'A -5
,bitten._ moculng for. their home In Braden markets. and : == =
up-to-date; line"of l town' -- winter stock of dry' .' .:.....i.- :: ::: co., *f;' -/ ;
Stanford bas an s' etc He expects to : -- I
.-Men',Uats.-Neckwear.-Ao. . ..,,. Howard Cats returned from New, three weeks, while '
York ,, where he ha* been until about ..
Tuesday absent '
Carson and daughter, I
Mr C. A. course In mining :3 Fancy miW6rqceries
taking summer her
Miss Lizzie, visited Orlando last Saturday. Columbia University. ese f+.r\_ Sodas and our D*> _
..",,' .:. *. .',* engineering at + 1: : Item ,.* Ice CrvaiB. we was sell == ,
1, Ladle Whit" L'wn Shirt' Waist* at Postmaster J. A. Simpson has posted gleiworth Messrs.. J.and E '' th. most B>..*_lv* ad P>r..tJIOM :3 :::: t _

t Stanford atCOoand, see them.Mr .- a notice In the poctoffloe concernthat notifying theluued Sunday for South a.. Cholc t ..1.. la ::::: .F sa :bI.1: A
all whom It may 5k..reparetloa.f. mir fls-.r*. : ,
Geo.'' Weeks and baby, of will be dlsoon- tog and bunting
hours here. September will take a boat at No ChMp Extracts mvr ..- == -' . '
few 15th.
Loughman spent a down,to L..k.Ok t!r late oar _rtm...... :3 fc , hour solicited ii iipnnmmnjnmtmmnmmimmmmmmnimmmtpij
Delivery day at
.yesterday. Miss Charlotte Pee rte, who teaches a several points en All mack a* lOc..11../.4 te == : every ,,, tiny ; patronage .,' .
If you want Comfort and Service kindergarten school at Charlottesvllle tinue their trip to : twrt of ta. clr. ttILU1liWL i1W' fj
,combined, buy your shoes from S_ '..n-I Va., left for that place several yesterday Caloosabatchee Qlve a. a ''ahar* of )'OIIr.-, =_= ltU1UllliUlULUlt1111LULU1Il111111tlitjitl 1t'-
< 'ford. weeks after here a with pleasant her sister visit Mr. Cald- pect bear that of the if yarns their.. ..t......... J J. ," 3 ; "

Mr.. circulating M. D. ..Tlndall among
.friends here yesterday. well.Mr.. J. A. Anderson returned with to get "churched.-:- .: ........i...... 3 =
crat. -
his family from Suwannee Springslast _.
FOR SALE.-The Steamer Polly ; ;where had been spending -.-- .:::::: .
week they "
and covered Barge. Mr*.. R. T.: Ron I CITYIB I : .
my several weeks. Mr Andersonwas .
luncheon Friday |o .
A. S. : .
taken with fever ,while at the John 6Jlr-A Felt Lisa of Dma sad = :: :
and Mrs. III
Plokston and Mr.. J. 111 since Rev : Toilet Pr.partlo. st all == ,
*. Holland springs and has been quite slnmee Fla Mrs. : s := :' .
W. Peters, of Orlando W.!, Phillip are visiting her return.; ed In receiving her '.: tl._' 3Klsslmme ';J'

_" the family of-lr..Z. BrownStocking The two ';year old son" of Mr. and. L. Moon.' .The table : .AKERY., '- ---........".
Stanford flu the Muster Mri. Robt. Jngbam died at their rear and'pretty in its Drug Cos' :, ,: ,' -
. ;' lor boy. and girl. None denoe in this city last Monday night hostess received her ( e : .' "":'
better. and was taken Davenport, their ing1 sown of white ::: .4 .'= "'

Rev. 'T. A. Cox./ of Oooee,. will old home;,, for Interment Monday Those' at luncbepn Dr. Phone 41. == . FRES .BREAD; OAKE.w: ,.;::.
ID the Christian church nextSunday ternoon. John L. Moon : '.
preach morning: and evening. Moon, Mr. Curry Jlui111111tttll11ltu1u1111tLtu0000000000000 1' AND PIES. EVERY DAY. .iJ>*_: :1
children ,
Mr*. A. W. Wlnn and returned Albert Moon Mr.
WFIne Watch Repairing.-Guars -' from visit to Mrs W Inn's Harris MI.. -- .c: -._ '

teed to pass the. 'rstlroad Inspector. mother at Bartow, Tuesday. They )lies Montle .. f| AGENT .WHITE\STAR LAUNDRY. Ifg '
MAX.A1J**OHWITL.Mrs. . were. accompanied home) by Lhel"Lter. Atlanta JournalOn OEUVBinBlO. f
POft =
R. J.. Patterson, and Mr*. M. wfcn baa been In bad health for sometime laaL'Monaa, \ M /

A. Pi Hans, of Madison have been .and hope to' be. betted. by the Overctreet. Guy and Reasons ''I!I = '. .... '" ;:;::;e .' '
Ttd'Ing 'u Mr*. Perdew this week. cbanpe. Ben Pherlgo and _:=::- SAYf! TALKING ABOUT ,A FINE. LINE, OP LUNOH ,3' ,

-' LosT.s-Plaln. Gold 'Ring-Initial Mr. and Mr. J. C. Griffin, who arraigned before () = GOODS. ; CAN DIES., NUTS AC., WE HAVE THEM.. :::s' '.. '
"14" on toop-bel.wt'eD and ceme- have been pending come time atWaco Stan. on ft warrant' .. ,-,
will be rewarded by returning returned this week to move H. Henderson, :
Finder '
t 7
)ry. :
same to this office. heir household goods to Orlando stealing chickens. H FRESH .ROASTfeLX , "
Where Mr. Grimn._ha* accepted ft poItlQjJtwlthRTD. showed that during" ;
V ,
Mattie left Wednesday ,
Miss Bandy Waring In the meatbusiness Mr, Henderson and, WHY 5 S' "
Petersburg where she will afternoon the above :
i for St. J YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR 7tLuita1111/Lu11Ut1LuLu11t111ilaau1lL auitlilt1111til4lUluKC'1 <
teach ft class in embroidery.., went out to the / j _
.w. Prof. John Hughe/: wae tried before County pied by the Pherlgo's MEATS .PROM US. , .' . n.- "4'
I ,, .
W hlle
NOTICE- .Judge .Johnston yesterday on'a ''i. ,
will look after' my busl- near Hendersun'r -. .. ----, .. "
W. B. Hfnton warrant sworn out by hit wife charging chicken having .1
$ !
7 J. M. ,
ness him with assault and battery .elue. necessary' but .
':. Born, last week to Rev and Mr. was- ..convicted and sentenced by the they' found in the Firm '
E. H. Rayner. In Massachusetts, where. court to pay a fine of 1100 or' serve six PflerUro! place and Oar lost Is of Jbotter quality, t ad> '
they are. spending the summer a son. ,month, In the county Jail. accordingly. On weraM Jnleyer.thu.Ja yon obtela Grade

36 In. Sheeting at Sam Griffin .was In town this. week Heodel'tlon, f' family aajwhes.el.e: Whiskey,
A good quality .
'_ Stanford! for 6 cents. circulating ft petition for signers. asking .. feathers of the Sooo.4. '. .T ,
Identtfled'and .
4 and ;
the State Railroad Commission to W*sell cheapef than any on.ebo., -
-Dr' went down to Miamilast been in that -- --- .
E.: M. Law compel the Atlantic! Coast Line tocb..nltfl seen ; ;,-
t, week to spend a few days reoup- the track of the Florida Midland for their arrest was. Third : #'
eratlngand, to take a much needed road back to a standard guage. Henderson on Wo an the only a>arket that aDc1h. 'T aE C 'E' . ;

rest. The petition was numerously !signed Marshal William genuine western meat-W.have.Ii I ... ,If.. ... . ,. '
fc: Insist on White Stone Xltbla .Ginger by our, citizens, all of whom would rant*. and upon, Wand' Saturday y .O f' ,,'
Ale It will give you health. like to..see the change, boys, with.the FourthWodellTor "' ( u _
Overatreet, bad :Near,Passenger DcpotKlasimtaee ;
returned last Friday of Installation promptly. UJ'OQorder'
B. !Prater Supt
Mr. H. Fleming Mr. S. to him being '
from Athena, .Ga ,. where. he has for the International Harvester Judge: decided the ,a roast for dinner from us,you get r Hotel and the ,raves'' House.'.. ,.
qtr? been visiting. for several; week_sit hi* Co., of Chicago.inbiaiIin Tuesday and'was about to it ta time for dinner,not tannery .t' ... ,,,- ,
,j borne. and one of tblt Charlie Overstreet ;
Fifth '
FcR'B'".e' of ,cattle or hayscales company Ii superior .. end engines boy asked to be Ton eaa order your meat far break- -A:: ;H., "BABDKN] 9 ,Propri-tor,,'
,: : ; I The' engine. an upright .r
ti capacity. Apply: to tbls office. statement In, this ,ran from ... at any,time and yon : "I' _
t. 6.000 pounds W.! ,BrMAKiNaOKjCoVFor two horse power machine, and said they bad, ,been : don'tha-e. b rub 10 get the order : : ; "" : ., '
:, to :. will be used lor i driving. .. .oar. ::printing- ., Pberlgo to go ..... ;'elooktotea. .. ,
r.Mr !
parties > "
) the past several months prI9.e. *..' '" ,0' and kill 'and eat "the lirgetit stock ors Wine WnUaJes
lixta I now hsre ,
who grow chicken;, around town 'D. O. Cre6hsw and C.;T.:Smith> longing fo'Mrs..' ........ '" 10 21111 --r:
i' suffered from the depredfttlon oft of Crenshaw. : Smith, doing .statement'. Wo sell any .mse* that Is"Waled" 'a nd Beers ever .handled .
mischievous boys, who esteem it quite of the naval firm stores. business, at Clearmont fence in the ease of .. Tvaoaabeaamredthn* grades at prices to suit tha times., '* '*< .e'hr va ,i
I ft >'I.rk" to get together in the evenIng '-, ft have sold their entire farm of named bovs, and >o.rmeatiaall rl..btU. yon. "tMHfnomoa. :
;" and' after' robbing', a mebod, 000, . to 'MoKeethftn tc Boer ten days '11I Jail., .' :l, ... 'I (:. ': ,
'chicken roost gooff to some quiet-re- formerly; or Brook*vllle,' .Fls -Tb for under, ft. . ..PHO'.80 M4-.. ' I
'. treat and have a oh token supper. So consideration was 170.000 We understand thirty days for -. : - ,: ,4."":;;" , YM -,.,q.Ae I ,,.ti.... ....'"1 r" -,,- -: ," .

}, frequent have these depredfttlonsbe- that Messrs.Crenshaw A: Smith jail, to serve oat E'OVERSTREET'' :': CHCTGr: : 'Tiaa....... ,A., .I IOIJL.Lt: .1 '

(! .Ji' AInds numerous complalpts'have nave been have their' eye on acre farm and the Judge .. "' ." : .. - .' ':'..... " ." '. .. ....
and they "
' to the authorities, Whittler,' which theirhone to putcbss.rln tobrinitlmey him before v '
determined to put *stop to them.; So. pear s'few d ,.-or1&ado, St..r.f' -'
a! ij;, you lookout.V :. 't N .

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t Imitating, Monkey t"< Lure a Tiger._'.: '1U'tUIlESi OEi: MEXICAN DESERT.A )j UCE OF.r. NLTURI"S"MAKMt::. a -

;To'ealVa tlfir the prooesding'wa6astollowt ; ., 00D r / A .......) That 1* Airily.Ust-Wev.. oTart ..
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The Mlklr, having An 'do. -
There are In all about half a dozen
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bertr4lild'thet''a 'tiger' 'Wu..tD. ,thelwJsMYotlradwwagl4no4aabdataarrNL ROADS.
i 'lace-bark.t.reeet. tbe -worlaVaeealledbecause '

branched leafy tree, situated. near1' ""a E REMARKABLE SlQffT AFTER .A.RIDE OVER TIE AlIAlL .... ,*...*..***.**....?........... the Inner barkyleld> drOt"wblch a natural'
lace #la ready-maaeheet
wirers "he;supposed"the tiger to baf S ' The'Paramount Qvestloa.. ,1'", c.o'be' madtf uptn,serviceable article
and after hiding himself among }f.h* t l bnt tour'' of these
'/ granted of apparel. curlon
+ OM. for that
i a taken
r'ls 1
men branches. to4Imitit..th4\u beat he peuld.* chattering"01114, court of a' ; '-r.1Ist Everywhere, a I'lappkrStray' -Grti\. \ Heron toe Dl- Jf every!", citizen Is Interested! specie of. tree. are ,of, puch practical

I monkey, sn i'break and drop figs In : -.laDt Blue ot: ,the Sierra Madre' Chain; the Bones of -I.. o In the discussion of the ralue. \
ijneellon and Tourists! who bave
3r. 1 "roads (
the way AhaU nonjkrdo.t .III '6 Ji.mmoAnil Then the Whirrlnr Black good
Samoa recall lacebark -
: ; 'that- wall or may the
I 'l' and the proposition
Then he would let fall to the.grouncf Ii. '"
? troneof:
Desert Scavengers scenting Car* .. the (Jo".ernn\fPt< of the United tat clothing of the naUven-r-cIothlng:
a bundle of rags' weighted to that the brown color when. ot .
of brew, remarkable
F1 rlon From Afar. shall cooperate with the States!' in'blghw'IIY' a nejit
thud:when Itrstrnck the ground would '
lI'r construction and improve- strength and of a fragrant
r sound aa U a baby monkey bad tum| I II .Bv: ,CD.. WILLIAM *.B.., .' There are always-poUtlcal jues- \odor' like freshly cured tobacco leaf
bled down from the and at '.
tree hq dons of, 'importance, of.course; but Tho native "tapa" cloth as 'It Is called l,

same"'Unie jrpuld.Imitate the' ,uppo4,- ,, : 1z -
F Fi > batty monkey 4cfesy' Thl would be b -- ;
I not
but usually
paplrlfera, '
paramount to t tl'U1111 ns on economic
looks thousands
T night the moon The of: totmii..holdu. c
the .u>>reme' moment, for If a'tlge soaring included the real lacebarktreed. *
ty' were near It would often,.prinl out; P1 '. down upon a desolate,.arid . spellbound for minutes before- we proponltlaii.! ,becau: o 'It! rencjdes' All '
i a. ft' a'F a' stretching'attny ride C'lusI\'imd rnllliiga In ,town and country -
t p.J plain, to closer. Now a change takes '
> In A place,
snapping such
the hope of a '
up: It Is with Interest to Of the lace-bark trees yielding a pure
the, great Sierra Madre aa gradual but j PI'I''IIRllt,
1 t dainty morsel aa a young monkey, and as sure as the hlft'nt and' jsnowy lace of iitillly w* have -oi the
tlm. Cnsui1iilg"I.o:1UIII of towns
'mountalno'haln. deep shadowy clouds of itomen a sunset -
; Until this t
bullet hidden ,
c3 then a from fehe gun of the Pacific side of the hemisphere the
at :
).,">' .. :Mlklr' .might find I it* billet! In tb.tiger' I. blue, against! the we.t.t'rn there lias been a tendency I to-concen- <-11-nnol torn. IIrondll.-manutatturerl. f. Sterqulla accrlfolla of Australia (also ,
f T.. sky., The air Is chill, and a bleak Irate at,the base of the'cone;that par and triylcjiiiipa-: ! "!r.JJ. But .the '
body. By this mean the Mlkl* ,wplfthtfer oiisldfratlon tthat church called Mme tree, In. allusion tolta'ahowy :
"wlnd;searches out every, told in our., tlon bexomlng.blaclcpr.nud>> ; '
I was blacker nntil Land'
said to bare killed ..eonslder.blenumb in Maori
a red'1lowerk and
: / ),
; ; school, nml tlll'l1Inter,8tl must 'Inevitably -
blankets be
-we might spendIng J I It seemed a solid. nnss of rapidly '
of and '' betnllnu the ANlantlc
t ibo ringlantbus On
lio,rptnrdod while road con-
a.night on the tundras'; absolute forms. 'But it, .
troAderj ; our :nearer -
man's'power of mimicry'w: ] ;,'iinfn* ns tO aide th're.11! only one lace-yleld-
: I silence! reigns! ; nelther'eoyote"ndr'birdof approafb! : this concentration 'censes. 'ditons r they: nro Rr.Jt
J1 fully-r'd: I the Atnerlcnn homeIs to ba Intf tree so far known-the Lngeta Hn-
the night breaks the awful liush. AUlI'tb..I'. Is perfect ''
,t--1. : The ball for 'deer was of an en!? eqwltlbrltita for a served' (flicAmerican form must bfogtercil. tells/ of the Caribbean Islands, Ot the,
It on* Is wakeful It 1* a relief at timesto time.. Then;, as We rl le ,up' a gentle ,,
tlrely different nature the sound Imlt; Dnfne tonulfolla: of SoutTWennerlca. I
'J h' ,' T'11t| lo,1e'ot, this deduction
grind 'one's beels into the pumice; or slope Into',-clearer view a wonderful
'\. tatedbeing, .the cry of A fawn, and aaJ.hls have hevcr' QSen able,to disco'er.a single
: r a will. rertdlly. present Itself. -If Ignore
to cough, bvery sound making a wen, ascent bp tlnl. Slowly 'the creepingspiral .
5 f "F "; ", "" ''t ';,-:-.,:". Y--" "'::"' cry aonaetlmea attracted tlgorajj. come;break In the everlasting-rhythm; swings, 'upward; the gigantic: In. '011<-0 Is the pnrt'nt'of superstition and specimen; despite careful search 0 a

'' MISS ELLA too It had to adopted with nor have I ever met anyone who has
OPT IndlanapoBi,, Ind. >> tie cau- of the desert's sleep. \erted cone, still perfect In shape,.lifts ftti'H-rnlltloti: sliiUv out the light from

F .lion, because. i It:. was used only ;,ln With ,,'eare-n- moment of'da\vnthe clear of the ground and drift Jtliu soul, should :bo fri'e, then tb&pl'O teen the-tree growing In South America
s. t MoNr open graaa land from which the caber '" sifn:floods everything, mb.t''tl' l11e I the flinumit rises I In ; Pf8; of rlrllixntlon nnd the wholesome InJ't, natural state tbe Ince-bark is
F R n. curves -which: '
'SUrAjJRPeru if most delicate cream-white tint.
r > would DOC have had: much chancel warmth for H while, soon to snake one little by little frays out Into ragged growth! of the' rollRloii of the I' (
< ( to Is probably kind Of flbrous pith.
i j[ .to eecape.w/ri'kflgert. ? al ddenly gnctlln> Its breathless heat Long before lines, all drifting la the same direction Lord( 111:1)111111''lpon the untrersnlvpr I 1
When the outer bark Is it can, F,
pu an appearaoce.-London Field ":nd( of ('(IIIt'R tlOII In the land The r.movc.
season actually begins> and before
thrainy ,
..ntri8. | ... <:I at Cure d our very eyes' the MKlior! schools and, collegesare doingn bo unfolded and unwound one seamless ;
+ gerpedyvjl ,,. tww... .. .. . -.iw. vegetation'seems to feel a quickeningn thousands of birds merge Into n .ha poles '
po Iotrfll1'l'WCJrk. piece, haying a surface of a little ,
{ - NO CHANGE OF BILL ) tbd air;; the plants scent t.h'e coming *, undulating: cloud which rises and bat .
t -hools, nre the Jmportnnr be-: more .than a square yard. Washing
C Van X Did Mrs. -moisture weeks beforehand; the rushiqg rises spreading out mare and more ,. I
:Min TH1. Off;1127 Linden, St.. JtndUnapolis : Scanty-food 111&11'\ more It -daitllnir "
and sun bleaching
( W"tJI'Y are Iho11'1100111'\ of the gh"1
TDK rmitenl. ,any money 'In' the boarding hours* Breams; swollen with the melting until\ the eye can no longer, distinguish/ !
r.!f'.g*s In Winch are laid the deeinttil white appearance. Its] baa a faint
snows from the lower the birds which :
"I ttffierf&\el\\\ son down business? Doufttl1nl! top!!, ; from vultures dwindle
eontltuMon hitting fouiulatlom I agreeable odor not unlike that of fresh
she brings life to the lands through *"hlchthey to mere motes' floating<< 'for coming
1q for 'oevvrai! rnontAa. and De ft-Not at first; but finally and lost ty bamboo. The fabric is airily
Ihes of better- .split
irs.fnlnest nud for the> (. giv tinny hit flow spring Is awakening aiuoug the clouds.Xew York
tl upon.cbeme that made her } everywliorerexcept Post
... lathe( West
o'it light utsed _
itt .of iPiinklml.! l ,
the alkali The
I on plain ,
-ich. IVan I
OwaNkCngtAeadvloeejapky.f. 'hoi U schools the for collars cuffs,
\ > are tlio of rural IRyat.
t t, ....he f rater t..d a tonie. 1 found X-Wtat was It? "very last glimpse' we baTe of It shows FACTS ABOUT -TIME, popiilnt I;oii. JVhatever tenjs to better mantla. (: In a word, for every, .

r Jler.1 1Atftdilleweea.good. .. . of or druw'. 'Ont 1 De' Q-She turned It into ia" sanetarlum" no Sign of/returnlug of ;,,spring life no hint c' green It I*, a, fey n Battdr ".....1i. a Dank, .' tlp:( ''? HO .OO!., to .moke them( stronger purpose that ordinary lace la used.

I, tae aeke/t ale tat t,y p__ I..,a. for making fat people thin, nor ', no resurrection Shod and an.Atejtin. and of laic;her curriculum, : to give greater In making up shawls, veil and the
rr6e.4ft'0.nd.c'"k. and I It made,a howling success! of flowers!, not\ eyed a green blade of '
,! like It Is customary to piece two sheets ,
.eI,tr-'en' firer.... Myappethe inrMMedJ grass.Where. Time Is hard to define. According efficiency had better discipline, and .

a Z ltd not tn>v. in+t wort..t .-,1' : .a thin rind of red browngrasrroots to the best poets time has a heavy 1o make 1 them easily ncccBslble! all the of lace-bark together Dl'lete and

.tf. ling',>.n the white
4 divers 1C can possiblyconduce "
_"rolv rtoovtffd, 2 rank you for Real Estate ..... tweriio/ne 1Me for -Perhaps we can close that deal now root and strange uncouth organ cacti ambles trots, gallops runs, rolls and 100 much to these> results as I thin string, will all but J.llt hu "

....."--: O for that little plot of land. :it What reer their column! like mammoth can stands has whip*; it crops roses. Improved; IIII'lIwa's' Neither' rural man strength to break it. In string,
't So far'it horse. church or school nor yet. the farm braided, and rope form .It 1* used for
seems dike a But
\\\) Wrlt. >r. St: ,tmu..J.retriden. of The yon offer an aeret <* delabra. Here' wild-eyed cattle roam It
r Sartmaa: 6ar tarillmo Ulllbu Ohio for Seasick Individual"":' I'll give has a forefinger, also n reckless hand. can flour!Mi where Impnssable roads making up the light lace-bark harnessof
you nibbling at the
1. a irtf rt dtaa- ..<..All >s*rn.pondeea uneasily occasionally that writes wrinkles. This explodes>] bound\ and If these cnnnnt flourishour the tropics.
: Mid $1,000 an acre If you'll deliver It her.Dow."BrookJ.11 bitter grass: stems.. I
f strictly,. eondd..ti4_ ... Eagle. Farther out In the dt'8I'rt. where tbe horse theory. Furthermore, time I free lihtlttitlous will nooh or late Despite its practical dap, there isno
.;.. .. -OJ: :} rol. i' oven the mesquite and cnctl fall, we flies Hence; '"a bird o.tlml"'rim." .* I topple and fntl The question of national essential demand for lal'e-b.rl anymore "
is money!' ; being! also a bird, time is a. aid to good roads Is one the than for the edelweiss of the
nrspermanently oared. Kofltiornerroujtoe ride slowly aero** the parched surface,
-t. gold eagle, is Government canuot afford to ignore Alp It has been used by the native
:.BII 'Qahl: ** alter 41'1I1.4.)"'. ne of lit.Kane' Great It perhaps; money tbe root
.. t ) wondering a single living thing can
H ;
,+. much for hundred of and yet is comparatively
of all years
'y Nerve BetoreritrUI botttoand treatise free -evil and procrastination Is the longer. The necessity for It la
"ToBwlnee bet" sd"ertl..9be"'. L..diaj endure the bitterness of tine
earth. In
Dr,B. H.Ku ..Ud.Ml Arab St.,rhlU.Pa. little known to tills day. A
C! Ue ., four ., thief of time. Therefore>, procrastination so apparent that It Is without the do-
sebelaiealp are OG iT-* *" "' w w ,, the distance moves the whirlwinds '
{' lend yoon. pereoos of this eoonlyat tea than MTh. ordinary r load of a carnal !la from 000 dust. tall,,'thin columns:vrith perfectly 1* .((1)) a chicken thief ((2)) a good mnln.of controversy. 8tate men and few, specimens of the lace-bark article ,
eoet. watts TODjlT t MOO pounds. thing philosophers know that good roads are believed to exist !In different countries -
.4to .. . _- distinct outlines undulating,; slowly I
:;' .BA-MJLBnSDIESS o imi'1': ; "" ", ;; The wickedness of time Is beyond develop !good peep!?. Improvementof of 1nropf. These were mad
et________ itn.'Wlnslow'.s Bootklag Syrup for Chfldreateethlag.iaftentlM hf're-an4 there both life and death In of .
'f ________ qnestlon. It is vindictive. "I wasted highways means not only .advancement some years ago, yet
ga.mredaoelixnaminatlon.alla.ys -, their silent movement. A distant .
"; A Mountain of Soft.Qoa'l. I paln.preewlnd.eollqy ,a boll)*.,, time," mourns King Richard, "and nowdoth ,of commercial Interests, but also although' their age Is considerable, they,
Is the focus of great cloud
"Tho largesC stock ot.Mftaoal.toW: : vaquero" a time waste me." Time wait for moral welfare. The highways. are the ,are 11d.t be In a good state of pres. "1

found la this eoUDtl'7 aside from the t.h rit.ia"JaI.15 T telM: ... of the. deepestake* la of =white. Fools dust of dark raised water by .the WIT horse'shoofs. white no man. Time shall 'throw a dart at paths along which civilization and de- .erY.tlon.-Sl'lentfc American ,:

torag Tieap"s-a'orlwo'of: the thee.' Time" s u. of our Joys. Time "CIOPI08I1t. move. .. .
crystalled edges/ now appear, thejlquld Wlllle'e !..

>,; large weetem'mine'bfUwhed: br the' \ YEARS' OF, TORTURE, ; seeming little different. from. the solid will tell. Time Is unthinking. Tm! *> Speaking of the turtle that were *. 'J'
t New Tofk_Bdlson Company, at Bhady-'. plain. presses It* debtors. The time trout of wad. Tires. In date .
recently found Jersey, bearing
aide,' oarthe-Houaoa.*- Ft/sons walking Ills.t: aad Polafvl Bra. e-...d"Tor U.a4 Moat remarkable It seems to us whena Joint.'and nuisance well may It be, considering, One-of-the-means of Improving the of fifty"find sixty year ago, recalls an

tnverald Drive ., al node-C.r.d f.'W..k b 6 eal..ra. what A It Is. condition! of the .
r on ,atop aad. gas ; stray great blue heron now and then highways which Is of incident that once on the
Ota wondjrmg'w&at. Ubeen years'my .nd forehead Time I I. a sea, a sandy) beach, a bank Importance but I or
across .lp ,
river ; tUe, o files, silently up from the dl'llertbat' ( : generally disregarded farm of the a
.bug black pOe I*., was on. fats el scabs! and my body can possibly attract these bird to such a shoal and an abysm, Also It Is a la the use of wide tires on drays'and well-to-do!' and..t''7 resident Deaen of g
with .. Word caDnOIeXPl'eMflihlnr whirligig, which! seem odd when
warn eavered core* werecalldrat
:The Edison! has vtagons carrying heavy loads. Such
company about 160- a.placeof death as this,'distant even 1belapd beyondth.Delawara,_
I ,uffer4from' the iUhing time Is quiet .- ''
: -
000 ton of coalr.tored m"' thl-yardT. : from the bitter pools?), and flaps aloir-, es.'IIUD.. tlreimrof trearTa7unn-roHIng: Uiesurface A who was fond of roam.Jog .
:: I.had bop,whea a Tim. 1* bad
given up good, hlgb fine, rough
h; .which covers"a* muci' ireland aa1 eight' ... to_get 'Cuncum.,'-lAfter ly out of sight Twice a great ebony hot. Christmas, spring;, waltz> common of the road and avoiding the over fne. well-kept farm, found

city: blocks..ytl\ there wa'atWg: coal bathing with Cutiaura Soap:and applying raven nails through tbe dusty air'over and lonely. Among JOOd._ formation of ruts. The belief thaflncrea.II1rthe a turtle one day and to him

a' .trlk* tie ),. would lint the corn Cnticora Ointment for three day my bead'' our, beads-the same bird repasslng. mentioned:., : m. maybe / width.of th'e tire Increases to make It one of the-r' .

'pang nearly a year, A high fence surrounds was a* clear a. eve, and to my surprise No other life I S. visible, save the balanced tlm .-Newark quitting New. time. and. dinner the draft probably a arises from the fact Nothing short of-the George Wash

Jhe; '' blgbrl' l1e.-.hleb.Ja: .and Joy, ewe cake of soap and
.. sTuardedrby armed-Watchmen 'day and ointment' made a .complete cure) in one blue, a* Invariably. a part of a Mexican: ,'i .i. *Mi. W ..., edlC'l .. :', tire la accompanied .by a ,deer.... In hi* \ule, ..boy' "O. i t
week. (Signal) H. B. Vnakfin,717 Washington \ Inlrlb .
_. Bight ?the yard Is about JOO yard fit, Allegheny, Pa." day aa are stars of the ulght.. Herons, Ton probably; remember the scbool- the diameter/ of the wheel, Of course'. W. 1770,.on the rptie' The

_ __ back>> frpni-Xhe.pter. ,where tae. coal -. '., I '. i i vultures' ,'ravens,all move slowly, aeenv wy.who.. In a composition on pins, said: diminishing the diameter of the wheel' cuttingof'course, looke very modern,

,fa landed la barge An endless chain Cuba' immigration but year was.20,000. Ing less, alive than the distant' dust 'Pin* have., saved the -lire of many Increases the draft and Increasing the but this W.I''eull,. rf'medle by n.o-

of bagi7.convoy' :the;: coal from the Throe-ibttith_ were Spaniard.,, columns.: people." diameter of the wheel, diminishes the bIng i In mud and.pollsblng I on the

barge>> \\0"the 7 d.arT n'edhat'\ I" oars Sloe Felony ..-.' But ;we feel the real spirit of the Ill* teacher> was astonished at this draft. The radius of the wheel coast grass. '

their content are distributed auto- It you nave offensive pimple or erup eternal' desert when, aa we turn to retrace -' statement, and asked him to explain tutee the lever arm through which the This done to the satisfaction of the

natiealiy' aad, !ATfaniy" cover?tha' entire tion*,blears on wry raft of tbe.body, ..-- our steps,' -we spy a something 1t. power of the team acts to,move the' boy., lie rushed to the Joly-flc farmer -
Lag bona ot Joint,.falHn; hair ....0.* hoed The iborter the lever the greater
:+> area ofghe ')'.r4and; not dumped In: white, different from the.surroundingearth He"replied! : "By people not swallowing exclaiming:
swollen UB 11e1b. and
, Ktohe glands end the spell of.put ages falls them." a power required to move the load. Mr. Deacon I
tj4 one plaC8, distributed by abovel-- core Up or gums,. eating-teetering ; "Lk; Just found a
.,; :era Tfia;coal plant 1* sold to repre- soree, sharp.gnawtnjr pejns then yon *uCer (- upon us.. The bitter water Is ever That was not the case with. the mann Experiments Invariably show the advantages more than lot years old with ,

'k'' pent an,tnveatmenbot.ib00,000.-Nevi from *.noWl blood poison or tb. beginning drying 'np. the, whirlwinds carry the the following Incident: of vi Me/ > tires-on good roads, George Washington's initial on tile -i ,
of deadly e__. You may be permanently the birds come both In the less power required than "
to !
.,. York I'fea. oared by taking Botano Blood dust from place place "My Mr. Flnnlcky said to his .bel

/t., ,": ..r Balm (D. B.B.) mad i epeolally to cure the and they please but (hs| relic wife,: "I don't think those pills I have/ ; with narrow tires and In the beneficial 'bp bur said Mr. Deacon, hold:

'." .' : H wont blood and skin di...... Heal .....1Yt of an elepbant of the olden) time brings been taking have done me much effect upon the road. As to the effectof ing out for the turtle. .

;; >OOR POJ4CT. t --- -f ore or ulcer Ju ev.. deadly oaneer stops auaohe past and present> Into close touch. good.** /', .. the width of- tbe-tlre-wbere the dia. "Yell air" returned the youngster .

Ir';;:: "Shall> we f -spread aT>eporV*,asked Botanlo* and Blood Balm and reduce ovree all all .maU-nait"'lllnpt[ What scenes baa the desert looked;upon -"Why.,- you haven't, tnkett any for, iucterOf\ the wheel 1 remains the fame -I with a_very straight fe.

first'Russian .tateaman. that the blood trouble,oeh as edema, *eab* and.ezofgli..mDru' since this mammoth' staggered dying three weeks." a trial was made where forty per cent The good old, farmer glanced at the

eJapanese.'whils; :: victorious., .sustained running sore*, oarbuDOI..i' Into' the: .quagmire which proYedite "Yes, I have. I've swallowed one more |power was' required to' draw a reptile just one second, and then burst -r

'. terrible louelr"w.n ,t-:" *t bottle* .2,110.<
I should say not," replied the To prove it'our**,. .1 .of Blood Balm aa we reluctantly turn our horses' "Yon hare? Then why Is: it that lalf-lnch tires than on. a wagon baring "Willie, the fool" said he, "that

;. sea' Second Russian ahtesman"What! sent tree and prepaid by writing Blood Balm beads on the back trail; for we should there: are ns many left la: the box as tbree-lncb' tires. turtle Isn't half .grown.;'-Philadelphia
Co.. Atlanta, 0... Dew"b.trouble and iremeical "like search out these fossils here Many European countries have laws
and ; were weeks l
,And Increase!: the Indemnity! advioe sent la eeUed ergsJnsouranc .. to stay three ago? What Telegraph.
J } -more fascinating In.a (sway than box have you ben taking, them from?" regulating the width of tires. In Germany -

EV(R TREAT 'YOU"SO" ? Criminals. the living; beasts and birds wblcb pea "TlMs-onc-.-markeJ.for pct': four-Inch tires are required for I I'o"r In the Ambvlance.. .
; Among
'r' v ple the tropics beyond. "Dear me, Join: That Is shoe.button ,. renvy loads. In France the tire tnust The Austro-nungarian War
; .. my
Coffee Aets th. Jamafc nod Will 0. Cs "Criminal Insurance, said a detective xTHB DI.Club
be front .three to ten Inches ha
t SCAVENGERS bOx Birmingham Herald. according just held Its first .

t 'A clef jyma'n' ;wbo 1 pursues'bis nobles ."1* the Insurance tin that thieve/ofar most wonderful off the exhibitions : : t/o the lord and the front axle must be ( war and ambulance .erlC'C.

and tdackleg.'take). on case One of the '! Cad.t.h/p./ shorter than the rear axJe to preventIrarLlng. The, highest officers of the .
ln Iowa witnessed
calling country pariah army -
._ of bird' life vouchsafed to na
rest For Instance: You are a "
Cadetsblps in that In Austria '
tells of tilt coffee experience: alkali Japanese Navy are wagons cairy- performance of the dogs.

"My trlfa and J need coffee! regularly story. man lou make about 12.500 In Mexico comes as we'' leave the the mes ,open to every subject the Empire: lug two and a quarter tons must save Soldier bad dsPe all.prer the field

(or. breakfast frequently.' far' dinner a year, the average econd-tory\ plain ,and ride away among aa are also commission: In the, ainjy tires at least tour and one-third Inches o action, were behind
ceofUlled of
and occasionally' for supper- lwya mans' Income. and you carry an' Insurance quite scrub.'A mass and alt civil' appointments!!! under the wide! and f'er'load over four and a hedges, CDcle. bushes.

.ill..17": best'qnaUtypackageooCTe: -' of 1.W)0) for :which: -you pay appears in the air, which soon resolves GovernmentThere 1* no' system of halt tone must be carried on*tires six: These .monl to be the wound'ed. -

the big premium of $128 a No'W.It Itself 'Jnto hundreds of Individual nomination and the and one-fourth Inches I The Ipp.e
v'- never could find 4 place on our tab!*. yew. -atmosphere la deceiving successful candidate ! In width. Switzerland them all, and
The fie) j0p
.l, "In the spring of 1600 my wife was you are arrested, 'the Inaurancocompany specks. lint to be a are cliosen entirely. competitive has similar regulations. In.ome' .ete, with and
what at seems th.q
I. x+ 'taken I with violent ,-vomiting( which steps forward and hand that, examination. The naval exploit sections of the United States trainer barke .

'It'' jsr had great difficulty stopping. I )'ou.'IOOO. Thus yon are get 'vast cloud of gnats multitude close at of band birds la during the present war have naturally laws Lave been enacted'l'eJrUJltloc.the J hear them, or ran for the trainer t.

.1.11.! S. "It seemed to com from ceffe drink the best' of lawyer for your defense."Receivers soon seen to be until ; given a strong impetus to the eagerness :;. width of tires on wagon' carrying I the.distance wa .too long. -Then they,.
-we apPl'9aeh'Dei
fag, but w* could not decide., of stolen goods are usually blackbirds, perhaps, of high-spirited youths to enter icavy loads but in, meo7.IDWtaoeel' were sent with In
and finally.when !
"Ia the following Jnl/ however, She rich and It ii these men aa.a' think them, ravens, a 'service which has won such glory they are Ignored. locket_ to eDtfn, to :

'.r'. 1W..atacke4\-a4.tfme!;by the rule, who 'carry on. the criminal Insurance quarter of a mile away Three we for their country and the application) There seems to be a general awakenng -. which they had to- bring ellar. t

_ '", .romltlog 4 wa away troin horn fin* b .lo"L I know ot a criminal : k.I1cnr"th&t .they are vultures L This for naval cadetsbtps during'the present upon the subject of Impr0Te4'roadsthronrb'out New York Wore &era ,
tng an appointment at the time, and on insurance 'company In Philadelphia burro lie dead uppon plain. year already far exceed In number' the country, and more lib <

''if r.'neyr don I Toped her' -very'low; aha another In Mew York',sad 'a' -we-knew-yesterday. and Acre are.rul-tile those of any preceding entire year In' appropriations for .this: purpose, Tfce Brlllak .>.eaer. ,

'. ;bad literally vomited herself almost! to third In St. Louis. The policies acavcngvr Never bare we seen one JUtrict the tour In which they should be made In the fotur than hare Not only does the of the ';

.': .Oeatb.faad It topk''stoma day to.quiet from $100 up to $5,000 and the" inny tare so.. numerous,'or In 'more through orderlyarray. the are 'received they already amount to been made, In past On the contrary, House of Ommo. enjoy the material ':'

"t\ .the trouble and restore bar tomach. mlum are always enormous. 11h1s .. ,A.carefuIIlCl'UUn, )of black and over' 970O aa against 3000 in 1003 and however, at precept" roads once good benefit IQ7 fi.DC at Westminster :

i : ."' -' ,"1 had also experienced tile aam 1* because the danger of arrest 1 10 *o glasses shows many score about and MOO In 1804.-London Chronicle.. .', are not being kept up as they should & 800 a .i '

:1.'" trouble,', but. not *o"vlolntly, and had. great: turkey rbuxarda' the carcasses walking; 'of tbe animals. D.d.f DI.Tile ._.... be. It Will not Improve,the financial )'.a 100 a year ,for stationery anti"2000onncesof

:f,: ''*'relieved It **ca' time by a resort to "Beside th* criminal Insurance feeding upon / condition if roads are not kept good to platooe'' tlo but he
.From this point there extends time of digestion of
::1 ,nedlclki* *. concern. X know of.*: curious beneficial differentfood acllltate the marketing of produce enjoys the .substantial advantage ,,
air : vast Invertedcon about
a are follows
upwardInto"the; t
:.<-,") u, Jil7' ...Us'Sed -' organization that I Lo conducted the'.am. as on an average It la poor economy to let mad, roads of taking; pree of all' ,
In >. : y
ot birds all circling : Milk rice about
laW that tII.'ue W soffee.wm at among the criminals IlHnoU. Each an hour or less; fall Into bad order, for 11 la an expensive moner .an act of.1089 )Jt wa pro.vlded .
direction.' From -where we alt on.our whipped eggs, barley soup, aalrnon
1 .1,bottom of our troubles' fad *o wet member of the orgaoliatioa pays;Ia mltter.tak1Dir them up .t. the Lord Ommllonm
horse there eeemi not a single one out trout about 1% hoar; pens and flesh of the
S ortiwlthawl took on Po* this In in not
In'case year exceptional
tpp $1 k week and of Imprisonment Bt peer "ahall
of plao; the outline of the cone being about: hour or more: sago, 1%.hours; save and '
'tIIIII Coffesj.*?b.'okd ymptom.* Ida N.ilpr.eilves5.w.. .k17 aa time for tfghtnes -of cash and a little place next usher the'peers
a* smooth and distinct a* though the barley; bolleft milk raw eggs,cabbagewith of the realm and
the I must .exercised la the
disappeared. an4 during patience ties mat. Speaker
let" es long aa its sentence luta.LouI> of
In their to this
mere limited flight
yM. that we har*',been song po*": .Till Courier"'Journal.: bird vinegar soup with fat and bread, tel'' of road Along with a general 1m-' ,the House :of ,Common*."-London '

." AtMd.of .eoff. ,we bavof Here? ; particular: area.' It' 1* a rare sightthe about 2 hours. ; rawnillk (Rlcbe ), rovement Ic road natters there should .Chronicle,. ,,1s! .\
t tmm. Ughthgup every' :bird on the babel eggs, ox liver, 2% ,hours; lamb ".._, ) . .
e ee.of .. ,'. .. -;: ana be> developed a better appreciation of i i i i ,1

sari ,Fostnm.,; to which :w*. 1L\1'JL\P.'T" S', TRUH.osrv night farther those\aide nearest,and shadowing ns. ' black'. a* tours leaps,; boiled potatoes eggs cabbage.!, beefsteak.) bash, >white, 2tf the Importance and.value of Iwldo tires Chattanooga College of Lw'', ,E'

.' Ieao I.0-. gn{ good beaJtJa. This It. JT .' aot1ce4.711' the Horn- closed eyes the I bam In road Improvement; that lawsmay* .: ef Great'eneei My. ' a
,;\. rrbropgh onepartly; bread beef,, a'D. mutton,, a s. .
or lttHH"r-xlla. be, ,
,tateaienf, 1f -- madafm.theBubjeet and gradually _Cnn. } ,
: .'Apyle; ?hztbAiitmeasof L -
i as1 a1,'myriad of r .
BtWoJUdI. hole4ness' appear pours\ ;r,poet; POUItr7 : force eler .t t f a.y ,
f pygpgpq mp.B1' th.'cIta' case .where-the admlrer -, batdboiledeggs eroughtIyto ; ::The subject need.lrequ.ot Y
".I lreyolvingw" : .Intersectingfbreakip \ bbead.hours j salt pork ... T.4Jany. s'a e,
.:';'" "" r.-z-; t*. a.,lnnr;.'b iraentl ,,eI6..bij.dt: fAtiJ$ iQtl1ttJ>K ,Aral Q.b.ourIlniaeir: Strength and and earnest discussion In op-":' ea.l.1 dl; "' :
Boa4 to aaJ' ; .5. '.If-.vpsortr
UI..n.. C'I der, to. secure this-Journal .
I JarnalcnIAgricuitural8oc1siy t
tM 11__ .. the attraetlTene b( th '" "'' "
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Alwag the pba4bption"teat( go6dnetl.... T : feijilE& ti tt ..III:

'{LbQAN SUdDJWISERMGN : sde fe.'Not enD" Yoke 1f : ..,';;'\" /, ,
AN 81 i o H tmei? ; "fd tell J
: I'tl me mere SUCCESSORS TO. T, ?. ftlURHI O uhf...a ;Tllvrtor
40 TXE. REV. '.CHARLES C. AMES' p I,. 111 the ttrtj' Being gills-that ARE- MArJE.; 1iJAND( 9TRON6BIOOOIS .\ .'ft A..VERr MCMILLAN ," ".,.. ". ,) .
too should be .
holy. Along with .. ...
the ly1 .kL.'v."ei.ble' .iU-M'8+ }ihPO! }Tth Bt. At> ". Ca; +: ., 4' .
E .- "t. ; reproof comes the encouragement, f ia', E.,, < ; ';,.
/.y t ahepl. o.otttad. nntTWone:. wltk.tbl dng f 0r''M1bt. (1Nps oFMAGfN
dtmart ; CpRipound Rest Upon the Fact that It
} _" K>wtness fhd i . tf
tr".. cl1P1jII; Prn Jsseetbakthe 'In8f1ft .. .
.. Dots Mafc Sink Wemeo wen CRYV
,Really .
-- .hunger_ shair btt atts94d. to ':', ; ......,. r I''
= I _
--- - if ;f.-Th 'r .To, the '
; l1owlnl' helpful suppose Creator . '
F I'
.waa I the moral character Thousand*upon thousands of American .. <
sermon. delivered Suuda by the and welfare/ of. to'l ,1BEST V .
women bate b c-a .,J"eat.ored-W '' :.
Itev. Amen "' U 'entitled creatures Is essential, atheism: ,
The Glory lre'.ai Siinple'ttectltude.- endwas It net Indifferent; lie must ave' health by Lydia .PinfcbaTO''r .Vegwta1al -. w. ajar la a tRrtaflllt; ,! Ctir,for
: letter tile : )
preached from the text. "Ble. ed "lde4'all needed helps/ to 'flrtu"; He. In Mrs. l'inkham Their s-o01ue,and.prove are on ihla ....... ''f ,
are they that hunger atad:,tblrst after must bane given His -creatures light J 'And'" .f J '.. tDYPEPSIAN: ',if
statement to be a fact not* mere.
righteousness, for they.ball be fllled." to And the right way. and strenjrtV to

.Matt T. 0. . walk in that waj. But evenIf. : He u erahadoa J:' indeed+i theauogee'vs'! v B .:SICK;, HEADACHE,,
le..ed,4Ire they that hunger and were Indifferent., we cannot afford toe
of this great medicine; and compared J .
thirst after righteousness, for they > BO; for our highest. Interest Is tq be with it all! other-on*dieines and treat. t "CONSTIPATION.

hall be .oiled" The manhoj say- found, In i seeking the completeness of meat'for women are experiments. .
that baa a claim on the our,own being in and'the harmony or" the. p
reverent ADd Why hat Lydla .E). P1ak ..m'a Vegetable Stimulates Ltverctires'
.. grateful attention of.all mankind He rightness of our rtlatlons-wltb! all otUc, ? Compound accomplished Its wide. ; NBiliousness
'" gives voice to the universal reason belncs and with the laws and forcesoftbeunaverae < ? : Sour StomachIrregularities
spread result* or good J ,* /,.,
and conscience; lie < the highest \n which we find our Why has 1C lived and .dirtied .and :
and,holiest hope. Heave place.- Everything worth having; orworlh. done ita glorious work for, a quarter,-ar Trick Engines; Rollers, all ;:ottha'owelr4 f ,:

may p..a"'a'but the ,,"ords'that dBlrlnK Is involved In cbarnc ? Sizes. Whsst-SeparaJtara. '
a century
TRtre life ate themselves 'Immortal ter. In being simply and soundly; rlht. ,Simply and surely' because cf,it*sterling " \ I ,A data al! ,plrgduota prepare ,

the sibyl they worth; The reason no I) ed by'concahtrafan a,'genuine -:
,are "simple, .unadorned,',nnperfuineo. it 1* to each one has even approached. Ita success .j'

and reaching. through the ages because of us depends on wbat we orb and how'. Is plainly and positively because,there a :natural'-water., h' ,
Of God." < w.,take.It. We make our own hells,. Is noothgr.medicine in *Ithe world-to '

Here Leone'sljm, of truth. It affects we.con make our, own heavens,! good for women': 111*. .CRAB ORCHARD 'WATER: CO.; ::1Lo."U.
"When 'the'.oul to sin bath died of' E. ,
us Ilk* a part of.tbe permanent order ,' The;wonderful pOwer' Lydia .,
'of thing*:,11'Is all of'one stuff with Traeu na beautiful and sound Plnkhun's Vegetable Compound over ., K. ,. s
'tbe word autT""'wltIT onr own proper Then all earth is sanctified. 'o the diseases of,womanklsd,lu not because IMPROVED SAW lILL, EARTH. "

nature. It.list ''he'', riD?,-; ot reality: Upsprlngs paradise around." it 1* a stimulant-not because U Large Engines and Idlers supplied 4H

<.* ke-.7unllabt/ .It.carrle. its oWn lgvl I. :A.rbugb-cestrman roseIn a country a palliative but simply because It U promptly. Shingle MIHs Corn Mill.

dence) and to the anne mind it'rec' meetlng-houato, tell his experience; 'the most ommends Itself as snnllgbt.does to the "It .way In the north country, when ever'discovered to act directly
Steam Full line eX
Governors. En81naMITI
healthyeye: ; but: It U-concealed from the snSw lay deep on tlie-ground, that upon' the uterine system, positively -.
disease and tllsplseements and Supplies. Bend for free Catalegue.:
our grossness By Its own simplicity the Lord .God foulNl-t-Q\lt. Jonathan {
and transparency."' Who realise this llnckley and .converted his soul. And restoring health and vigor.

plendld. miracle of the common 'day the leafless trees gave praise Gal", l Marvalou curt* are reported from
who GINS
In the 11 there one among as who might not all parts of tbeoouatl'J' by women COTTON :
same have
way we become too
familiar with. some -of the most 'ob-, report to himself something. Ilk*, thj -have baT. witnessed b.ea'esred' cure trained, and nurse physician Instantly: Relieved' :and ;Speedily t..
bapP" convert's story t Wba baa not '

val Yloui.truth.and; important Tlicse'Beatltudea awpect of of jiplrtN.Jens it sometime felt sure of" hi*. place In who Lydia have B., Plnkhsm'a recognised Vegetable the virtue Compound In WITHOUT BELTS Cured by, Baths;with Te.want only the best, "
the great order, and seen all the world
may seem to be '
worn have
smooths We and are fair enoa&" rive OAKTT'NOIa1Zi.EIIaaRARED: Olr", ,
heard them from our Intimacy; their Irradiated with a light which really credit where. It.1* doe. If physicians flomplsuly Sass aTSrltk Ihcfcmsh. kl ..41' :Cotton', GinMachinery .
force and beauty. appeal to unrespondInr .- bone from within the mind? dared to be frank and open' hundred pun.,.. This _am etl6.. Tim and
If. lias lost hla .faith In Go4 .
heart. j a man money, and to ya la aianiiMC Uo.
I that theyconstantly ,
If wo could hll.e'lhIoc- and still hold fut his own"Integrity, of them would acknowledge ;rrscH.dlylt., ; .. 'It. '
.. one day long prescribe,, Lydia K.- PiDkbam' (CUTICURA'Soap' .
ego, among the Syrian peasants on theelope well for tbe man., But In this very Vegetable Compound In severeoases Ws muriates U.'Mllo&( Writs fat' put_! .. 'Ask' any experiencedPrattEaq.ea8mith.
concern to be true to the htgheitTawie and tllunrate4eac.aIocs" ,;'t.
bill In
Galilee nnd listened
knows he unconsciously a weeIhiper -. of female ills u they know bjr G.l.KTT M V f ,I/wr ,Ginner;about,
R -sayings as they fell fresh and experience: tbat.11'0 will effect a cure.
who bun.
clear cut a* newly Blessed the man with
minted- gold ,from Women who.. troubled painful .
the living' Up, of the new prophet gers and thirst for\ righteousness, for m.nat.uaUonbaekaehe., '
he hold In his\ soul the richest or Irregular to cleanse'the skin '
j perhaps already '
we, should leucorrhoea
r too. have been bloating (or flatulence), ,
"astonished at the doctrine*" we should of all treasures.Ve :who believe*In falling, Inflammation or ulceration. of gentle' Applications of Oltlrcura Winshlpunger. .
God need not be seriously, troubled ,
have "wondered'at the gracious words ; the uterus' ovarian troubles.-that w. would like to show '
and- ,
Ointment to soothe
the fate state honest
that proceeded out of His mouth. about or of nonbelievers "bearing-down". feelingdiulneas, what thousands of i I
Did It not seem! as if Nature herself > for we may count their very falntnesa. indigestion' nervous prostration heal, and mild"d s S pf Cuti- you life long easterners say.

tad at last found s. voice, and n* 1f honesty as a sign of the real presence' / ,.or the blue., should take immediate .. Pills cool the blood. Write for catalog CUd '
that voice were .lJPe kloe .straight-to and the finest Inspiration. notion to ward off the serious FOR WOMEN ( cura.: to, teatlmoaial bookibContinental

her children saying clearly and cheer Once accept the principle of duty, consequences and be restored to health tnafcted with flls veeouar toMX A'&ngle' Set,costing but.One ,
, and all liCe becomes an honorable. discipline E. Pinkham's 16.stopseps. w 4 as a 'OIIcM to w. as Gin Co
ily, yet soberly and solemnly, what all and strength by taking- Lydia ; Dollar often :
: cures.
men vaguely think or feel!l, but can and a IteadT'adyan p: There Vegetable Compound. Anyway, -dt.pMzg.shlysW laau..etbs ., .
' rarely put Into words ts no higher rank on earth or in heaven write to Mr.'Pln h..m."Lynn.-Masa. -u, _ae-r.-a. atsed.psraw .. .... ::. ..... ...- a-. owrtaa.. y.. C., Atlanta. Oa., .
than the rank'.-of, personal goodness; free and al *"helpfnLasrn fa in poder tmo W lie .......1... .. ... '1.oW' -. ........ Btra agbaa5Ala. ....
Yet these Bentttudes remirfcabl advice It'a a.
nn for way _.' ,'
Y sphts T. Ualtea,! '
and he who 10It.. seeks It. and ,sirs aad.. tar d._.... a-ti... --.a ** ,, ,
for what they do not The enfences &JI'- :
nay. d-lal aaa M..d..ptb.Iw :;
It for its sake is ?
practices own surely !
G o( Jesus. seldom run In the TOILET AND WOMBfTft d .dw m .. .: .
sPEEcIALLKESTdat .. .. r -
however toward the t
iDOTlng, slowly
grooves. of old (commonplace.. lIe does A tat..*at dratciiu.0 C.t't' tabs., 'CURED'
not ,sit there "'Ilka the perfect life. BATI'"*fl Bask N taM.. t...s. af"VCb I < l 61...
of use
synagogue: opraplnooutly.the scribe reciting; intones >Here,also Is,'the cure and the only la tba.b Sims .e.0.Sold by d .ts .VMS n. PA.T.. ....*." ,a..!...aiaaaw Jif Ju.Ud" f -mrio o l.>r>*rf-iijiu w wM i ;f 4n tbjlr.rrsjj M!* ,Dropsy OilekReltet
tire,' tor'our reatleasuMS and self- 1
, thnt make men sleepy, the rlrtues (At31-08)) (JW.r5Vt Si?" ss
nnd piety of a dead mico..trras dlknatlsfactlon.: :" "No tnnn:! can serve .. t; =1.r. .::. X ao*** aU *wenlas; lattese r,,
I It It were enough- to have' Abrahamt two. masters. But lie whO fallsheartily y' MA'I'U.uI. BIOtsiFO ti ? days; effsct a pvrmai "' ears-
in love with ,virtue ,Is no nR 'i ..- 't..10. tedars..'TnltisivAi '-
for a father cud Mosrs for lawClver.
a frt..VotalMcaaWrit Wt lalrstTHEREIS
longer detracted by a divided al! ElABce. /- ; .
lip pronounces no blessing: on ALL "INSHUTI'LES. M Of,H.H,.eraea's......
t I' 'religious re pe<-tAblllt,.. decoroiin conformity . lie has nothing else to do butt NEEDLES. : s.*= ....'..,., Boa .Bj Atto a 8..
o occupy himself with l learning; and : :Good'CoRee: 5b t.tro\t
, doctrinal soundness, loyalty to doing*what is right and reasonable The Secret t Q : \
S the standard, fidelity to the traditions, REPAIRS. .. I 1 MONEYS CORN STALK
or even 'dlllganoe: to the routine of ol>- laving settled the central principle : yKren . gdaST. L.OUla. MO, ,Writ._ lor Irssoatauia;.L A.U.dd.sA
aervuice and devotion. Any print in and leading purpose of b's life, everystep the beat; ooiwekeepera cannot mole a' good cup of' --
onward and upward makes tbe :
At the audlenc uiuit_ .III."e. felt that a .coffe vrithoofc .anAteriat Dirty adulterated and! queerly''blended ; '
next easier: and the law qt habit continually ,. '
alight was but upon his great omcl", III I dealer shovel over their .. : ; i4t&1Iass..
It the speaker had forgotten. to do It operates to confirm this deep! coffee track aa unscrupulous Ji.
hearted choice lie Is no longer driven 1 take the clean natural Savored
1 Iicnor.Tim. temple the altnr.; end, the COun..WOD.. do. But pure ,.. : ,
by theo lash of conscience he is no '
> ;
t nosed hook.. ,ftr."aU inerittlonrd, with more .a servant, but a son anrt the LION CO..I.e.Iea.: r'Blliu'package ceilccs:- :: YOWkAVtT'9'I dp
6 the background.j-ct they Humanity somehow is tall brought into father's house in his happy homo. the coffee- that for over a quarter of oentory baa been daily i. .HILLS' 'OXIDINE: rNawT6': ,JjfiA

t ,-r, .direct?,, frontlrur.lvlnlly\ ;.,. *_JL.the_ over Here our too trials-an4 is the depression secret of ,victory AVhenr-<< welcomed in: millions of bomoa-and you' will .make A driak..A$, . : .. .
heart might God and the 1m- sold under AB&OLVTB OUARAXTSZsad: U art: antI .9
pure see shall we halt realize the grandeur and.lor.Cof' for. king to this war It is you ..x
i pure. mlrbt know ,the..;cansa.ot., their hw d your.. ruggtat will. raf aad roajaooasy.. 'llade also la Taste-
simple {rectitude Let me = aold aU for 60 eeats Botte.. >
less yorm. ti: << by druggist per .
plindness. acn/In.repeat a tale of real life (!yYearsaaetandtfar'atvsy '} HOW TO MAKE GOOD .COFFEE.JinXWiSRW. .. . I,
Many'a man/ In that ctintpaaf i rotYtf _ raa' 'roTn..iaroseaaa>aa' DUCI.OQ. ,"" ::'
I I ,knew e womanof p..yjpN QCl'P'E&.becII sougt .........11. :roJII .eatwtMb.stmiss.sad cIi Tlala.
have bung his head as tbs..rebukecame : I mo/rt Hne and excellent] qualitieswhose ", ,- K M'I'&B C.4 isb ., -f t eras...tsars. aa.-..lrtx u.lihtr ,, f.
home him., : : wltb a .old.Stw.sae. sa see,e.d. b "
to Complacent world- deeply.shlldowedlIflt was like ..wd a.._ al.Mw IW;.. .. i'. .
lings, men proud of their.estates or t long crucifixion and martyrdom. In t I : W-It .; 1111' : .

their, learning. ,doubtless. stood there' ; one of her letter she said. "My<;youth.s .,. ., t&js&y'gszrs&ru'is:;tsnusptt: KS m., ., "
zpectlng! that lie would confirm theworld's gone my hope Is dead and my heart : s ttK. crvcjsrwssptlr. t..4. \',' ; .. "

( vUlgar: 2udlr1Dent'whll'h says: ;. '' II heavy; butI. neglect, : no'duty.In' a arty S $4ew.Ha. ks COL>.1. '.....WA.. ............jrm. rUDle..aa_. .tbII.sea. . Ia ..w. ,' f' J .-.. .. t" ."
"Blessed aro the the ', 1t/Mr. <
prosperous popa.lar. reply I sand: "It yon could ark God, _'.. I"' .readgIsserve. -
.)the-.(' IJIYatedI..nd> the oom"rt1 Ior! | just' ..e/ lt'I.h1/l./ and: mould be a on't boll It too Ion. 't '-" In.t 4iRESTFORT MWELS
able.'V But on. Tbe.llpsi.that, openedIn sure of.that one andAiever of'another, { ; tat It stand more than t.yn Intrta Mfore wrving. r ,: . : .Ix- ,
Roeera on't urn water that has been bollexl befor. 1 ""
made them xhrlnk Her ( \
blessing It "
as would you dare pray that your, youth .' I,
t -. -J'r" R :it
r had uttered a curse. Ewry: world fell '
might come'back.ior. that earthlylopea \
Dee pad tier.vklss.e<..aa .... dslagttwttk lb. gt.u/.ZJOIl i
Ilk a blow ClU their. la., JUevlr.tues nalirht. bo rtnewed? j Would you Jt..t= : k. .
f which hud) strutted no: proudly not ask for a living principle within .,.... Irkf CM4 IY.rr ...... eI...... all a d..t eI.dl wdsr.,ss .
before God and man,began to unmaskas yourself that :.o"ld'mail; yon neglect: .. _..."-- .t.str. tb..rS'IWsgk awaiasra ',' : '"; : I

ugly vices as lIe "wrnt! on"to say: 10 'duty-} And can yon not 'sep that COnu.i '
"Blessed,are the m nofhnnib1emln4, In giving :you the love of rlgbteotUntss, Insist e>n getting package 1 genuine and will only ....
55 the men tT'good will merciful the i prepare It aecortfteg 10 this recipe. yon ..
< the lie has really given yon the best thing, future. -- Bold only to 1 Ib. sealed fnokages.) I i .
la (
pure In heart. Yea Messed. are they In' blithe universe?" In her next let- LION o

+ ,who hunger: and .thlrst,,foritjjghteouaness. leg ale wrote that this view :of the 't.' Save these(Iaoa Lion-h-bead on ads rrery tot TalnaUe package.premiums.) ) '. ikSOLD' : _.

s., hat-for.. the oaks 'of being Matter was new to her own mind, but ( . .-
tight they 'flure;. nnd benrtil. ('"louses that she accepted It,[as true,and foundin BY GROCERS EVERYWIIEREi ,

and pain, find ''''111101\1, let their It strength to take up her bvrden- -' . -... S WOOIfiOK SPICE:.CO..TddO,' Ohio. tI u,,,
names ho cast out a..evll"E a burden carried as I believe with ';wwouRaxtSLD
E No comfort here forrtba, seif-rizbtN C; ; ; and to I" '''
patience courage, constancy ',
CURS f.ur .n ..... ersrWss.appwdlsltN. .. bsd Wsbs bed. ;....
soul the self-satlsned. the self-wllled. Use end which was not tar away. over by a- thetaek et.a ......Mad u tIM ut..eb ....... -.... fosl sutb. gtud.e.... I s.d.a. pbrplrn. .
{ the self-seeking. But scattered through There 1* one thing more-to be said. Green-Jones was run It,Is reported that aa.eati. ....p.stil..atl; _a is sad ...__ W M. purr'
the company were men and women He who really love righteousness can trolley car, yesterday, They say. he large tree has been encountered at a ,c.-tIpad k111s _....... thus.U.e1Mr.,............... I.
.4rI11er. __cia.......aU_........ _etsff.dng, Pie matt.rwbat sUm J'Oq.start tkIag
iwho.fftt their emptiness and poverty , It,for lltmsetfalone, ; bo bun cannot recover. \ depth of 1.000'feet by the all CApCARETEMd.vJ ty.s.411acw w.itwtll ,. ....
:who'took,no credit;for their ancestry cers for It. triumph over all the earth; Brown-Wbo sold he couldn't, recover ,, .t jTax.. ,, ,,, ., tic' T.....cur ..-. ...... wltb Cscu.ts. tees' ead.e aasbtsu gguyss N.. .ta.. .r n's
I jot . .
, J a. rstud.d. Ta taMM d C O Co' Hmr cold la .......,'Mumftu aM
' their accomplishments or their social he longs for .the banishment of every his doctor or his lawyer. ........y t tr... Add,...5selt.q Ite_yCi > ?. CfcUog+w If...Votfc. SM .
- landing, who hardly dared aa much as wrong.Hence his: seal for Justice Is '
'i to lift up their eyes to heaven. Yet at sweetened with goodwill to;men so'' Pi.AYWmCHT.STAR. .

theylistened the world above. that righteousness.' \becomes one form I THE ; f ?;

around ,within seemed to change. .of benevolence The right !"' always r'tUdNt.: gyg.alr,: ,:'_t, A--. Sus FWOIMENwilt ,
The .awful Jehovah,, whom they bad the good._ Hence theethical. passion Uoa'. Klda.r rtUa, :

thought of as tbroneA; '. "r.t. in threatening kindled front the heart of Jesus has Miss Oderte-Tyler Is not only one of ;,\ GtNaftu
majesty, 'seemed a smiling Bamed oat In abhorrence of wrong dramatic 'stars ,sill find in MOZLIY'i X.KMONBUXIK ai. ,
'Father who wlifaed'.Ills children to'"be has and the best known
and evil, and lent support produced ,.the ideal laxative a
r near Him and, a* perfect a* Htm vigor tom every movement for j i reform America but has written" pleasant .ahd thoroughly .reliable -:, ,. .
elf. TheyCclrew:: In'deeper" :draughtsof and Is a, spurious virtue a successful' play ._eel);' without the, +nl l .,
the country air; their very emptiness that can contentedly see,rice thriving: of her own. MissTyler least danger or possible harm e.r

seemed to make so much more room by It. side.\ ;The gospel' Is no gospel '+' ;' has written t* then rid' 'auy.rcondkion' ,

for God and. goodness.( Tnelrrcry of if: It does pot tarn the hearts of men r.-- the following peculiar to themselve : ,
I ", ,.at4. need, changed into childlike toward each other as /well as i toward C "' grateful note';, ex. | Pleasant .ia taste wild" Inaction i J4jtf ))

trust .God. It 1s no!gospel it doe not unite ..pressing her ap' I and thorough in rssalts.,
Here waIndeed a messenger of all' ,oD- of Tested for 35 year.: ..:.,
'preela '
good tiding\ Here was a doctrine earnest movements for the cleans i4 '. Kidney.\ "". cae.. and Jt.oo per' bottle at _

''b.,. as worthy of roan as It was worthy or| Ing of tbe world and the better order I i. .Doa ' all,Urn*. Store*., .t ::00 pal .
God. And does not nil.' the belt 'InJr'ot al\-\ human life Righteousness mistKJTosterMllbnrn' \' ; ,,

thought of our own' time .still travel Is-rlglrness. To hunger and thirst for MQZLEY'SLEMON >: :" ,,ru'
search .of "therefore Is all with Co.. tBuffaUv / i4p
his way? Has the weary rlgbteousness one e 'I r .#
f mankind-tbro glf: the' ages fonnd-any- the prayer that--.God's 'kingdom may : N. Y.: ELIXIRlo'UR : '"

thing better than a ,righteousness"which1 .come, and that ..JII.wJII may be don,i I Trls: 'GentlemenMyeiprlence : . -y-1--
S 'S ..rooted In sonshlp .to the. "Mirth asIt I J. In heaven, , hew wbt t. Ml lv '. dit J
t ti| .on . .. with :your .yaluable remedy pea. tkarts.s." wb.'y. are It. lie a ea. .e. es app. -
highest; and wbte6'btaese'mrlnfoleee/ been )equally' gratifying to, both H.M" , .Ira yet a.orkIag bo slp 4( we sod ntIsit a 'r. 5r '
! vice to the lowest Has.not our clearest , t 'lr.w.e Q.d A.ytallIg." has f -

conception of,tbe divine. ever been Florence Nlgbtlngale'! saId:, "If I myself" and'friends.' Libby's E;: Fool Praa cts
r an :expansion 'and ideallMtlon' of the could give :yon Information ot'm life (Signed OOKTTETTLEIU!: j r

t best qualities 'of the'human T The one' |t'would lie> to show how a woman ot ". Foster-Mllburn ,Co.. Buffalo. N. T. SRECIryALTYr : +/'4 er/.pb tes wltl .Iwg. Aso a .aartt ..ihd.; +f lt.
very ordinary ability has been led byl or> sal* toy *V -dealers..' Price,/ 60 ..-"' i !
'knowt 0\1t'1! God 'tar' atl'8IIce.an4..t unaccustomed<< .!cents per boxw; v ,"" 'tlw .C.? & r... . 14: ...., ; BTim OxFong ee chili' Con Cams { e

.look and tione'atlyvnonglf. paths'to 'do in His 'service! :what He -- b t.
we.; deep enough twi v I could tel:1roUlaU..Oft : I l nb- eMwsted Veai Loaf' 'Brisket :Beef'
ti we shall1 find the revelationjjind.wjtntskrof has done'in her. AndIf ]: Joseph JIIf "" see
r, : II f : tIIIaDII ,,. v'arly ,\.;,
: ,
,' : God.1 lror'when manbairtgbtlyC would aes hoWJGod has soun. r ia Kunpav 1; .t.- 'fIIuI""st. :: ...
reverenced tb.'decrees of: done all, a 041 nothing. I have worked pl"sp'sOdrer- ;;Oouse petealeustallibleeedlel. WHM trMODKL" << Hari o1; t ''r. rr At soups;

conscience,. .Jetbasidealdtbe.Yolcpl; ;; : : hard, very bard that Is all; and I haven .. foe eeagbs __*eo141-l. W .w.-_. '.....' HIMT r ,.!....CO..-. ...... lad.w "' '" J'ow. C .... A.j lbwe "n '
r -wken he! baa really mad*acquaintance re used God yon thin g'1! wsr o-a Urea. J(.'I. >*aw 11. 1100"h. : W" r -

y i wed Hatare* ; hf hen',.reenttb. a,* ..L_.A4..e,..Wafer.. !J.,* ,j I I" .'?,t'Mtia soil b 'bi'oa&br'ir'k', '' *- No-glarinjg: . ext romes of color' or 4 : IholVeltl .'Fa. IJf..s.t +bPe t Gstsat'P, R ,

than 1.nM'Ihla..rsai( "' 7< atyl* offend.. .......the efe.: ,. ., . .. ,, . _._
: _
>There are times when! I' feel wntlratlsfled 7 Today Is a good time to mend yon i Fore "ieH>q !! j ft -. with "this inward proof ot Ufe,where It ha*need .f It. {rake tbe 1 t' -- -- .

. re.Utle,. There- are high moment step'Into your Father!*, service,Dolt
., .
'V'.u, ;,,,,"" l; vas'? Uf; lai-awiulais.boMi.ty,and' falta.' ' Don't
eac0'oL bft"t : 4Ut :WftabU- !. Don't-mii- Guaranteed
\t:1 b):fact f Plantation Chill Cure is ,
Y, h\ .aU...' ere are Mmeshb1Nfh C trot' yonrselL: Don'tforget' t at Jeans
Don't any
.llht of Is looking on.
f. '
la t e..thCt{..t ti:hhlfdtosor'aobidig' : lit door is open.* Ton can eofer. Yon !

',+* at1lri'th.t affects me Ilk* a footstep. can *o It now. To-morrow' may-be. rita . ----

'!t-; 'CMTiea ..tIa lit conviction Miur> .-JleT.-L M ncl) Chambers. j i J.. ';rrierch.nt;: hy.not"ryt.Prlce:' aoc--::?
curcr-m4ney'ratunded bJ
To :: ''Jou .o..
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W ::: Cni'&oao? REAL APPETIZERS QQ ***.*** *****ii.Riqt0ilue0luai1iiOH. wM '

I ''V WOAZIIT.r.m:,.. s. .SONNY SOUTH $
.,, I have '-strongly' advised b y lil 1- I. ,
three gentleman, whose opinions' .IXbrroa "Franjdin"Standard '. .
value, to let "Kalclo" go, and 1 pros The : / .
Ks*> to accept their suggestion. His ; I fSale I II
article' verifies the t correctness. of Livery
i their judgment that be Is not. .- .foe- Standard Typewriter 49 | :

nan worthy of my'steel." _
I wish to call the attention of the .
A public to two points' wblcb he Las I. I Feed Stable
'dodged. (1)( ) He asserted that II lawy.r 11LV : i D I : (
was under path to .defend any oo __
who applied' .to Mm, as an ttorViey, o ;
without. regard to the character of the o : J. W. M1LUER.!' PROPRIETOR
applicant. I demanded the! proof'l.bat !

r';, ,-.uob.aa oath was required, and It.hai .", .' ,'. .,., t.I [f. flGENTS\ STflNDflRD\ \ ) OIL \ /.
not been, given. Until he does this, . .-
h on admits himself mistaken; stand* I' Ii Broadway OppoatC-Postoftlu.: _
rc t, convicted) of unfairness to saj the S .,-' ;
t least of It.. (2)) In his last paper he ' .' :Florida.Pr .
says that I brought forward no, argument To look at our'' line of -?'& le . / j -

i to prove my "Vox'pr>puli, TO, i delicacies t&ste : .
make you.wish to
Del proositton.f'; I am under no '
o 0 Kauitx., .
: .0:3.: 1Q.ds: :
obligation u prove anything In the them : on Ail ,
f s ti, .y . case.,,: The statement., wan hs| not- . :t" ; ;;;; ; ;; ;;; ...... 1'. .
; .... .
1, w, mine. 1 denied the correctness of Hi TONGUE TICKLERS. e' Stands for Visiahle WrilTnof, Simple" Mechanism, Speed, t...iFiMFs. #.#..IF.. #. #. SF- .

use aa applied by him. The onus n'ot here,* article &ce '" '.' '.J iIo; ..
are scayjCe every Uent Manifolding Parmaneot True Alignment '
+ probendl upon him. Let him satisfy . .... " '''''' .
'' """' ""' '
an Intelligent public that he .IsTTlrbl} fip5oujc8t0fck"/ol; / t Groceries can. lay ,, : Durabi i y and i.i.a Fair. Price. . . IAJLANTIC f' '

f to "''.' la affirmed. the use, and of reaffirmed the quotation,'.ljlbtt"I-He has,. daim'to the title. .Our'assortment A Strictly High-Orade/Writlng: Machine sold for $ ,I C..A..CARSON, ;":; .111II..., N c. BIJYAN,ry..). 1,.,

." he. If he :
of the gives l. 'I
i ness meaning of Company
.Cuttor-sower "
;, . ; must make the proof. No one .111 3:? IX: :s' : .

bound to prove negative. I slowly STAPLE .E. P. BUMMJS. "M'rT./ Ger.. ....* Bask aulldl... ftavaaasa.. .Ca I 1 ,
+ w' 'deny that tb, voice of the public ,belqgin AND FANG GROCERIES .S. ,'; '
favor of' the whiskey traffic t as r & CarsonGrocery' Go. i
y' I evidenced by'a majority vote make consists entirely of high c\ass\ vv ali v iv\ivvVvvv iw .v iv iav ivvvR if .

t it right in the sight of God.. Now If goods; Nothing of,inferior qualityis . .
L r '. .""Kaklo'JL! the scholar he'assumes to W.ol..I. .4 R.t.1I Dwtt.r.l I.
i bfc, let him show) that he Is right.! AsP permitted to enter our store. l If COAST LINE x i'

P f. to thy abuse,be hat heaped. upon me; you will leave us an or'Jer we will G :E OCERIES '
t t: 1 do not oars for it, and only allude
A, r.. to Ito.' say that abuse 1s not argu fill it'to your ,entire satisfaction. tiff THROUGH GAR LINE FROM FLORIDA. i
If the will fortha '
: ment. liquor men put and .that we do not indulge
man who knows bow to deal In fair prove .. .. ..l :
i honorable debate I will meet him on in empty words. -- .--- COUNTY AOENT9 FOB ', '
r thin point 05 any other he may choose; .KiN.SON'Co OONISISOTI0ISIS.- _
& but I positively will' not discuss with To Over its own Rails to Savaonah, Charleston. HAY..I, Celebrated= Fertilizers,
. East!
"a man of the !'Kaklo"stamp HOOAN.; '
( .' PHEU B. D. MANAORB. the Richmond and Washington\ thence Via Pennsylvania GllAiN ETC. l

_ALL RAIL I. Railway.. ClrcaUra .. w > Cures Sctatla.I p A. VANS AGNEW, TO (Via Montgomery) and.Louisville In Nashville i .....1.k.d .. "....II"...... ;1 f,
I ; ... nee W, L, Rile)'. L. L. D. Cuba, the : r .S
? ,-,, .New York<'writes:-'Alter fifteens days I ATTORNEY; AT1.1LTtrs,.,. .' I I and 'Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta. '
;. .* i p 6f excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism , J I 'I 1- 'To Via Savannah & Ocean. Steamship Company for : .
.. East ' ;
A. + q, under various treatments4 1 New York, Philadelphia and .Boatonv via Norfolfr8t8 HIDES:
t, l was Induced, to try Ballartl's Snow -t KISSlMMUEtTLA.MAX the ,. >mr to :Nww' York, Washington anxl natlmore. ,
Liniment.; the first application giving vfa Savabnah and Merchant Bnd Miner. Trantipor :
my first relief and second entire relief. Via Steamship. .baton, Co, for Baltimore and Philadelphia. Oovtzxtory rocl\xce a. Spec-la-lty j
N .MA1tiNtit .
'' [ can. give unqualified recommends a N ftAM WK I
'f', "00. 26e boo and $1.00. Sold. by"Thornason 1'1'r Key West and Via Peninsular & Occidental SteamshiP.HDVliuo. -. Ik yIk
b & liobersoo. I_ Company. 's" wr."""" "" "" "" ww""tivw .

A.\ Chicago boy ..S-o.. a polltioan Rontx of lb.er1ehrtiMl' tratnx Hew York At Florida "'penlat.' Florida.ud. West In. UnLlmlie
h whom be mistook\ for aI| burglar.. I Is " +' The Chicago burglar would prefer 4
being shot to ,being mistaken for a Quickest Schedules> ; Superior Service. "

'w "po III..10.a", For! eomntttheJ'urpleYntd.r.or. <<,omma II I...",'*,'ttiiS MAYNARD LUMBER CO.Saw
J.- \HTflKLU ni'ldoqI's..enier Airent, ramp.( Pla .
Has Stood the Test 28 Year Ik M.EMERfiOH. ,,Tnllla Mansger. W. J. CRAIG. O"De..i l Passenger Ajrent.
''i, 'TheoM'originalGrove's Tasteless .. Wtimfnffton N.C.
Chill.Tonio. You know what you are I 1

,taking.. It Is iron ahd quinine In a r. ,----, -- .- -", T -.. and Planing Mills.
.........Iea.lorm, No day'60o

': Now ,complete House Bills furntHhnd., k,
-u Korea was once known as "the .. operation
land of thamorning calm.". But the Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrovels .. Yellow and'' Pitch Pine TUViber and Lumber oJ) all Kinds.
P; , ago drove out all the '
I .. : : : FILLED PROa2PZ'LY.:: :: ,
!"calm". and took the "land" before I gRIJER9 .- .

)x\ . "noon. j!. MAYNARD LUMBER Co.

Peculiar: Disappearance.: : -,. ...... ..

*.' *.' J.: D. Run j an,, of Butlervllle, 0., !1 : M .. .
> \..,. laid the peculiar disappearance of bio .
. r-, p..loful.'mpWml, of Indigestion and AUSCHWITZ. Tasteless Chill Tome
... .
i >, biliousness to Dr. King's few Life 'WATCH. PAIEPAND.s, .W.LER
{; P11U. Ha says. "They are a. perfect MI.............. .. PLR" .
remedy, for dizziness, sour.'stomach. ,
Giraranteed Jtrpcln on Watrhr..OhM>ki sod Jwrtry No-Cure-No-Pay. 5O cent U'GG. =
headache, on.lpatloD etc. C.refullr.nA Proro'U| It..o....... Bn i R. M .
Osoeola 25c E EA
a. at Pharmacy; price ira* C*/ "' ti
If Andrew 'Carnegie succeeds in .--, AiO
escaping the disgrace of dying rich BRANDIES
be will have. to work over the"union . ALES WINES, 0L
limit" to giving"a"ay moneys
.,.;,k.........t084 Cure for Piles. WHISKIES. :MOY:,,'a.: "AD. L

Itching, Blind Bleeding or protruding
Piles.. Druggisu refund money E
If Paso Ointment falls,to cure any CALIFORNIADo CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
t ease,.-no matter of how long standing.. '..rA
; la A' 'to 14. days. First application

gives ease and rest.60o..Jf your drug'gist . I
r hasat t It send boo In stamps 'it I nbeuser'Busch: Beer

will be forw.rdedp.ld, by ,Paris live where the climate is mild the round A
;' Medicine Co.. St. Louis. Mo.. tf : I' you want to Ycar 1

""'" Then' are' persons who will',, ,doubt' I. 'where labor is, never oppressed by stress of weather, and' where L ON DRAUGHT AND 'BOTTLED. Lo L

i Japan'.professions- love for America animal,.vitality'' I is never lost by'mere conflict with cold?
In' QO
so long as she retu.0 show any Can only be found Kls8lm''ee' on Broadway i

'., disposition' to"' relieve us from, the 'Do. ,you, want to live In, a region where the resources are more Street, the BRICK BAR BUILDING. t

.FhlllpiDes.I ;;_. I... . .. varied than in any other equal area in the world, where the division .. at. ON ,
Tbs Overland Limited
"#' r ''leaves.: Chicago daily at 8:00 p. m., of'great ranches: affords a fine opportunity to get a Small farm that R. MUG'GE.N

% .the Chicago, Union' Pacific and riorth.Western will'assure you 'a competence? 'I. .
- Une. .Klectrlo lighted. Less .
----- ., than .three.,.. en"route, over the r .Do, you want to live where,. with a minimum ,of labor, you can "
only double Mackrailway between
4" Chicago and Missouri Ulver. The '. grow1'profitable crops of grapes and small fruit, oranges, lemons. ,/ .....

.. best of everything.. Booklets, maps, olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and where '
:; hotel lute and full Information about ,. grain, crops are sure, I '.

California sent oik receipt of 4 cent. business,Is good and capital easily finds profitable investment? I A'
: In stamps..;W. B. Knlskern, 'P. T. '. ,
"' r.: '. : .M., O. AN..W. R)'., Chicago. Then go to California, where both'.health and opportunity await -

.,'. 1 ,t.." I"Fads. and' F.nel.." to the N L Y. your. coming:' .

' / -., swelldoms came high. The purchasers. .. .
. .., .
> '. 'didn't want It","out had to Uak i It, now I - I SNOWA

\.o-"'..':' "A''f.I.,, .,..'.?' 'they thepubll.beredoo't.. ._,Ar have'..' to Restless take.It..want' 'at j justice ft. Ight,. I but,A' 1\ :The Chicago' ;t'Union' Pacific and .,t

( ; 'And.harrassed by to bad e ullh?>:, Use /n
J. Ballard's Uorebound Syrup, U ,will I North-Western Line .
v secure you sound sleep and effect a > ," .
Mvpromp\and radical cure. 25o 50c and ; .v \ .

.A 'J'f 11.00. Sold by Tbomason&Roperson. :....._, ' is the most, direct route to the Pacific'Coast,and there are two 'Cure for Rheumatism.: Cuts.Sprains.Wounds .

G.rrlmanlays"/'there 'are,too d-d" "I fast through'trains daily via this:line, over the -famous double-. .: Sure. Sorts., Corns, Bunions, Ola I
I" many reporters. He Is enthusiastically and the Contracted Muscles, Lama Back Stiff JO 1tIe
supported la this opinion by f f" track railway between Chicago Missouri'River.. ,Galls. Bnilsss. Scalds. ate. .
v Frosted Fast Bums
Emperor Nicholas Romanoff and Special: low rounds-trip rates are in effect via'this line AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation. subdues. Inflammation '

t Samuel. !Pennypacker. .- *: of Pennsylvania. ) throughout\ the summer to various Pacific Coast points,- and and drives outPain.PENETRATES 1 .
the Porse, )loosens the Fibrous Ti, '
'JLTosckfaaStory., .' colonist laws rate 'one-one-waytickets: be on sale during'Sep promotes a f rsa circulation of t, Blood, 8l"h.. Mlucls.a .)
1 I tember 1 and October which -a unusual chancc'for settlers .: ", .u&.wtJ elaatlGlt,. .
, : ; give '
U lobe saving from death. of the baby , . -
girl of Geo. A. Eyler, Cumberland, : to make:the. trip at a minimum of expense.Daily .. EST LINIMENT ON EARTH'
1, Mdr He writes: At the age of llmonths ONCB TRIED ALWAYS USED ,
,our lIt.tlellll'l was ID declining health and conducted excursions ''are operated through to-"San
with : personally ) SCIATIC RHEUMATISM
Throat Trouble
serious and twophysicians
;. ;$ "' gave her up..We were almost . Francisco, Los Angeles and'Portland without change on which a double .
f q *" In desDalr*when we 'resolved 'V.* 'berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping ar- Chicago costs only $7.oovla'the: '
..try. Dr. King's Hew" .Discovery forCopsumptlon ) m straw. 8. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St...XnMvffl
Coughs and, Colds. Thetci & North: Union I Pacific and T Hot'nn.Springs. Tf rites, .Ark.t' ,1 for h..sciatic*beta trying the betb.ol y
first boul.gave. relief; after-. taking ," t Chicago -weatern, mara relief Irom Ballard'a: rheumatism Snow Liniment bat.Iget E'
e four" bottles she was and U now '
t In perfect' sails :to. ,'relieve .. >!t k) .; LC than any'sndlclB or anything X have titer triad.

Osceola and Pharmacy.cure a t COo cough and'or(1.00 cold.guarnteed. At- :t1 ; ,1 1 I 'Southern_ .. Pacific r "_Railways., large Inclosed bottle find by postoffic Southern order Bxpress for,f"1.00.. ':fiend me.. .

;>: ..Trial. bottle free.. K .: ", . e 'i. THREE,I sIns east, 5Oc ,AND: $1.OO
1 .
w .TI/. B. >KNUUJtM.. -:" 1 BC SUM ,
The Maryland republicans are 1mrt1Da' i I M't r . .x, ': YOU OBT TH a OLMjui'Ballard' .
from t.T....C.a N.. .It.7..QJcqoe,IL'' ,; t'M1 '
,/ I p,,'t*'".". '""".'* help'carry:"ahrpn the election VirgInia to. ..: ,.J' in4Jr . '........1...'I-*?* *.'.rdrM.CalUbrftl loaMt*,. sad Adi, .,', ., Snow Liniment Co.
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