Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 1, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00192
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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State'Fair A: Big Joke . '
SpendIngSuudayNapcoossee.
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PEACE TERMS : "I'y.QUN
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AGREED UPON The Beautiful Homes) and 'Flue Or- . f. J. L. Browsi Delivers' .' . Mas) la Mad' s Typl-. I .. .: r

Interesting. ; Address. .sal ""Jay" By 9t.rU>ala, Crowd ''Cage Groves a.Ssen by the '
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< Oi last Friday afternoon a small -St. Louis Mo.' Aug. 24.--:Dab lei Physical Culture, Elocution and Music..' Our Specialties. U
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End. of the Bloodiest War ol Editor, but enthusiastic crowd of citizens' meat .
hear Press E.' Risen, of thonotosassa,. Hills- .. ,
council\ chamber.to
", I'Moderir Tbe'editor and family weu\' out to dent's the, Brown's address on the subject' borough County near Tampa.'..Floe 5111.000.0&: Mils year In bntldlnr-and, qalpinal. ....... Heat;,'Kleotrto Ufbu.,. ,'

!,. ..Times. .v, Narooofesee' laic Saturday afternoon;. of !the State Fair to be held in.Tampafrom Ida,) was the unsuspecting victim of Ormnwliiin Tan. Cxporlvneoit, SwimmingPod.T..o....*.. Good fkro.. O MmMo.-UnrorpMMd, MUoug faculty- .

,and stayed.over.till Monday.morning Nov.-15th to the :Wtb; last night" of a gigantic! joke., which ,.. "

.. at.the hospitable home,"of.CapW" Ct"MiFraure. .Mr.. Brown\ spoke at length on tbead''Dt.ajle. amused thousands of people at. .the 'dzp.asa S209.OO, L."teol.Na.br: .f'Pr.ckol.raldpi. Avallablo *' '
DRAWN.r. t' . TJnion Utatlon .
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TREATY 'BEING \ to be derived Trom having : '
tbecourtesy of -Capt. Fraturer HazeD who ,had left1 bis orange ....w.: '---<" '
Through \ the :
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& creditable county exhibit at Bowlon Opens $.pt mborafiUk, 190 ca&aiuc, A4Jri..
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.. Uncle Jake Hill's "autobemule" home in Sunny Florida ,
numberof perfumed
_- Fair,, and read from the list a '\ll\ !
Magnanimously Agrees to was atone disposal during the entire) the "largest. and most- Impor..nt.premluma . and has been on a 'tour through the ".. .t.000BRAa.1UIT,VrMUat. ,
[Japan. .. ; ; visit and with the Captain as pilot and offered, which are by far boundless! town last night. _, :g
Accept RUSSIA'S Peace Terms cltaffure most of; the day Sunday,wa. tbe most liberal ever offered' at stall and '\Va. (jntroduced to 2,000 people' raaarrrwme
spent in' sight seeing. in Florida. He said the counties sur'rounding one aC.a; time in two hours,. now .
.and Thus' End the Bloody 'In the morning we visited hs'Poiot'Mr. "'' Osceola bad all made appropriations holding the record .of meeting' more i -

tnaKai: .. E. N. 1<'eU'.lo.ely place, which is for exhibits and poison in less-time. than any other
beautifully situated abuut'two.. -miles that he hoped when ouroommissionersmet ( ever....ILed i evening.. ,
j fromthe terminal station on a bl". next. Monday'' they would make a Arriving early In 'the ,, on !
Portsmouth N. ''H.-Auf( 30. The point of land which, projects out into liberal appropriation.AfterMrBrown's ., .. the Southern Railway Hahn Introduced
log And Moody.watr' .,_between.Japan bast Lake.: .Here..we. fo'ulidMefiarsvP. ., ,- address-on mo bimseltto..Frank _O'Brien! StateflankotKissimmre(
and Russia is ended- . A. Vans Agnew and kk O, Vans tion-of Mr.:W; L. Van;Duzur. Mayor passenger agent for "be'j,,Clover Leaf. .
The term of pence were..et.\led. by Agnew Fred Woodham .Sand Capt. ,'Aderhold appointed the f)110wlnacom( O'Brien' was busy so he introduced .. If .
M. Whittle and Baron lprJDurat.o.day Trench euioylng. the luxury.. of this mittee to draft a.set of. resolution Hazen to Passenger Agent Wall of .." _._-- VR
and the .preliminary '' rangementsor quiet retreat, while' Sam Young,"ttie urging an appropriation and present\ the'Penuiylvanla.' ,, ... '". 1
an armistice were! concluded. colored ..care-taker- assiduously them at the meeting of the Board next After. Introducing Hazen to Passenger 'Offers Customers
The actual, work of framing the looking after his duties.! Monday: W,> "U Van Duzor, P.. A< Agent Hardy, of the''Big'Four, to<< Ever Facility

"Treaty at Portsmouth", baa. been by We were shown about the..plaoe by. Vans Agnew,' Dr. M. J. Hicks, E. L, Wall "du ked '' \ > Conslstcmt ritii Sound Management:!:
mutual aorgreeineut turned over to these gentleman and found It a veritable Lesley and W. 13. Harris Hardylnt.roducec1'tb. Floridian' to ,
.Mr. De Martians, Itussla's great International bower of beauty and everythingIn After which the meeting adjourned.New Passenger Agent Nay lor, of-" t.heChlcall' .; '/ i '"- r .-n v--in i ,* i I
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lawyer and M, Denlion for notwithstanding the absence & Alton. -* '
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:5 year the legal advilser of; the of the Fell: family who have been Telephone Line: After Hazen was Introduced to Naysor'Hardy Personal.. Attention1" to Buainesa lutrnHtea. 'to,, .Us, .w
apariese Foreign Office.. spending several.months In Europe. ) "ducked.". *" . -.MI' ;.,

-This happy conclusion of the bnfereoce The houM la a large and handsome :A' local company of interested$ parties The breezespreadingexpedition .

,- which' week ago would have brick structure situated upon a high is being formed, for the purpose continued but tbe continuous performance N... B.', CARSON. ,. .OABHI.. I'j
been shipwrecked but for- the heroic ridge, which gently slopes to the waver of constructing and operating a tale; was' too mucb for Nallor. who "l 'I ,
intercession' of President! Roosevelt,, 'a edge It is surrounded by beautiful phone line fromKlustniioee to Nar- I did the grand and graceful. .
was, sudden and dramatic and well kept Bermuda grass ooossee, and taking in along the route When Passenger Agents McCullOughof ,
Articles ten and eleven, the firstlvlog lawns, dotted here and there with luxuriant : such parties as desire to put in phones. the Southern and McConnelUof the
to Japan thoseRussian war'' i 'clumps of bamboo cypress The following have already; agreed; Wabash,_appeared in sight, Naylor' .,
ships Interned in American and Chi- shade trees, sago palms, rare and to take toelc In the company and put "vamoosed.') "', -,
nee ports-and the latleV limiting Hus- lovely flowers and trailing'! vines. At In phone., and it is expected that.5ev' Passenger Agent MoCuUough "shlf-> 1",
slA's naval power. In the far East., the rear of tlie'hOuse !Is a fine Bermuda eras others along the line will come ted the: load! to:, Paseenger Agent air
hire unconditionally and iinquallfledly' grass pasture In which were confined In: The United Land Co..< at St. Adams, of the Cotton Belt who ,then oshEOLA PHARMACY i ":
..withdrawn- the Japneoenblstnornlng. small frock of sheep a coupleof Cloud and Runneymede; Padgett A banded HazeD toCaller Brown., :
fine Jersey cows, a Shetland pony Beach at Ashton: W. B. Makinson The latter passed the Introduction S' .
Japan then further agreed that and the other horses used on the Co.,. at Peghorn; Walter Bass Sr,, at around' to Caller Newman and tbe r, S HiV-fS.
only a portion- tbe Chinese. Eastern place. Altogether Id was a splendid his home' R. D. Libby.. at his home;; staff' of ushers then got the introduction t .
llallroad, south of Chan.-fu.> the pobltloa restful scene, and we were loath to E. N. Feh.-.t the Point -W..D. Johnson fever through him. ' S .. j," "''
\ cow occupied by General Oyatna tear ournelves .away but It. was get: at his tupentlne still.' One at a time the ushers were'' t'pulwise" :( Vou. are'.aa.fe'iheny u .hire oura'y':: ,

should be ceded to Japan. ting late. and we were expected back and intentionally appeared ,, : Prescriptions filled j'us.' ,We ;
This with the final word from the at.(Jap<<.. Frature's for dinner. So, as of the singly. v ; .r
Opening
Kmperor: of Japan allowing( his en- all things mus", our visit to the Point Finally the u.her".became,. scarce ,,; .. .. ,, make it .&' point to be, extremely n "'
Toys to waive the question( of' Indem'* came to an end and we* wended our High School.,. and the policemen were "run (in." : 'cautious and acoutatalnthig'work
nlty, broke the deadlock and both way back discussing the beauties of :'Occasionally when there was a post.city / ? !; ; ,,b
sides expressed themselves 'as ready the scene we had Just witnessed. r of personssome. one *bo bad ", .becaustf realize, he grave dare f) ." i
for.a "lust and lasting :'' In drove down to been "In".. duoed ', earlier' would '
peace the afternoon we . envolvedrin''ik.Pharrnacarelessness. '' ., i
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I 0 the spirit tt was-easy-to agree-uo i Dr. Eunts's place Narcoossee's famous Prof. ".mitta Urgethat; all StodentaEttter.af change; hats and be Introduced'again.. : .... .get : vG7

the Sakhalin Island, proposition and sanitarium for pulmonary troubles the BealtmlBs;.of the The friends of all the Passenger 'Quick: : .. ,(lttt l ,Ge'It'/aali 'd'f wDelivery
It was decided to neutralize the' island ) -where wefound:"the /doctor 'and Agents,''ushers,' and policemenwere 'send"us'your > 4ic.
each nation to have: ope-half ard eaotblndingltself < his excellent family very comfort.ar:>ly Ter... a4veo. a .cordial "nook-down.." preocrlptlonsl: .
not to fortify its half on situated They have two commodiouscuttagea ( .The joke did not become staler ** ',** : ;..... Ji
tbe 1.lanlJapan further pledging Its. about 75 or 100 'yards' apart The Klsslmmee High School wit Hazen expressed: him, self as "''be DaV'or Night .tI "" I) :

self not to fortify Paperrouse Strait situated in a nine grove., and surrounded open on Monday, Sept, H, at 8:3,.( lining that' the people he,.bad encountered --8": THE LEADINODRUQSTORE I : .
which will be the Russians ce mec'alroute by a' beautiful lawn. About midway ... m. were tbe mast hospitableIn ", ;,.'p': ..
to the Pacific. between is a windmill and large A meeting of the teachers will be held the world, ,and met. each comer :,"

I The plenipotentiaries\ then went-even water tank,' which supplies ample water I on Friday morning Sept, B'a110 a.. with a hearty hand .shake and.a ";
further. for both houses. Mr. Joo. Ennls, m. In the school buidlnn.: Every' teacher "glad to meet you sir," .
... It.was'deeded-add a 'new clause tbe'Doctor's son, has recently erected is requested to be): present..' Every person Introduced to tbeTbonotosassa '
mutual The entrance examinations will( beheld instructed. to . IJ'
roviding broadly for coin a beautiful simmer house 00''the clan was -''''''-,""" -S ':
tnercicl privileges bv each country grounds around which will\ be-plaoted on Friday Sept. 8; at 1,30 p. m.' ask for a card. t '
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will secure to tbe other the benefit, of vines and flowers, and which will add These examinations wfll be given'' for Hazens supply of cards spot gave : b Ocklawaba ,Nurseries r

the "roost favored .nation". and, 'the very much to" attractiveness of theconventenceof pupils who have not out and.be went to his dress-suit. case :
"own door." ', i lhorses The doctor been previously enrolled in this school l more. C
this .- aut f u place. for ::5,
The new treaty will'1\ { be .wonderfully keeps tree and has oo'm- and those who failed to pass .'their examinations He got. more ,'and every,man"' and l r ;
friendly, almost sufficiently so to raise modioui barns and outhouses; also. in any subject a't' the close some women in that station got one of : To Oranrx Or6w ri who sipM* to i.larp ttjlr.-plots tbti/ "
the suptclon that u at loos have nego workshop with all the tools and 'ap of last tarns; Those entering for -the the cards, which they treasure,. up &. teU,ws want ta Ned oar saw mUlouc.,ArklaMwlH '!HI rMwIf\I
dated it not only for peace butthat pliances that are likely to be needed first time should bring certificates or reminiscences the ''prlze Jay' of for nutfllDC .baa,8ptu>l>er ..&':1!W...*. wuabwl v..r ekwilr"-
they Wave concluded a. basis for future about the farm. He also showed us report cards from the. school they : ' : '. \: -' .. < A ,",.\'v i 'I the d.v.lui>n.at of U,eltnts fruit l"'OMr la FMnda sloes Uss.r ..
alliance's.-, some"One Berkshire" bogs- which he I.raillor last attended. I Thousands of people, congregated' and w, IMIISVS w.ea. glT. ..aI..Metai.si.llas W sew aM<

Before senerating after the notable ._ lie is now receiving numerous Parents and-guardians are urged to i outside the station,, attracted .by the ,,a i, ,I, ,y,r urpwe| n. patpltros trx*us tW elWs<{ .iiinuiiisa i>..<
morolnllll8..lqn. both sides sent felto- applications foe tenting privileges have.their children enroll on the first I' loud laughter,'were soon. put neat to I 't',.. 'f<.( .; T ln.bl..T rleU, >n propapSe4,1ra..,............ ItwIRa.to
,nations to President [ )ocevelh from people suffering with pulmonary; day ot school so- that, they may be 1 lobe scheme and. out* ,pur.tai of loud, .>} loot interest to took that list.' over. cad ws i teUvs foii will so 5 r
troubles who want to come to Nar- 'properly olaesifledcud>avoid 'the embarrassment : glee was heard as each "stranger".: to ....'1Ia yonrpMroaq. alter_Id.rlal tbi iodaetipcnU d
coming Home., covsse this winter,' but is unsettled as ot" !getting' behind their. was Introduced .to Rouen.To ., baT ta.o *- to his : 'et:'' grades ID- tbo beginning .'. "Borders DOW for fan and. winter lMuiit.>I AbsotaMr,1 ao>,.Mt.rts'
Worcester Mass.., Aug..22J; .&) .. leaving : The of students ent.erloK '
importance '
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!. After Dr. Ennls's place it Manufacture i3riice: ;.,...I.i.' . ,' : sY k '!
DEAH MB. UAKBIS:-We are here inWorcester was too late to stop elsewhere but we at the opening of the school year can L '

amongrelatre.' and friends' drove past the places of Messrs. Fred: not be too, strongly stressed. By coin tClsslmmee'ls .to have' a new enterprise :THE: dCKL AWA Id''NUR3E'IE'g' .
tbe song of "Home, sweet K. L. 'Burnbam. O.. F. Inq' In late they labor under disadvantages , '
singing .
Woodbam, at an early date.While in the 'osr.ooswewi.iae.asroa'tANerelwInak. \ !
Home. Another singer joined US' Krtbbs, M. D. Tindall the .Agpew all the. term. North a few weeks ago"'T. W. Ellis ..f. .... C. 15. KIM1.e ?. ,.,':J( '" fl I ''t t'r
Thursday, A ug 17th- In the person of grove, Mr. Brack's anti other places -M. H. SM1T Principal.JPEOHODIX. purchased the necessaryroachlaerr: 1 __ rhly. .4 se-D. AG., r' .;;,
-a fine,71 nound boy: so we have music' which we fall to recall\ just now, all of for manufacturing cement brick and i ..
Ali IIDel .' < ,.,
and day. doing -
night
have well orange
which splendid, kept will begin operations as soon as bis.I .
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Will soon .start"! back: ,South and proves which are loaded. with fruit outfit arrives. "f. 'I .. : .' 'f1'it
anticipate seeing all our, Klsslmmee this Mr. D. N. Floyd went to''Klsslmmee
season. Mr. .Ellis la.as yet undecided to :
,friends about Oct. lit. Delightful also" .number of i '' .., . ,," ...
There are quite'.a on business Monday his location but will get as near where J. 1: tftt'. weather here for a few weeks reef living around Narcoo.s .- Mr.-Frank D.Snlii'snwbobad been ",Ii*.. I" '
colored people the Midland railroad joloes-the mainline I v AYH Ei 'f av ,p.
Hope everything It 1 prospering. In KI. the sick for the few weeks passedquietly ,
'- -- --- majority'of'wh9mowntheirO very past as po.alblea.) he expeAs -to' get I .V.. ;
slmrnee. : n homes, and have small orange? away on Wednesday tbg 23rd. his sand from up the. Midland road; S
\. With kindest regards to" you" all. Iam groves.aud truck patches. May the bereaved ones accept .our and ''will ship his product, over >the '
sincerely your: Un Monday morning before the train tender sympathies. .* '" "
main line, :
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E.iH. ItAYNKR: left we strblled up sod took a look: at Miss-Laura Long who has been .. '. .. '. : rahnetttl PjanThCLuh( a 1
Ml"r' F. W. Hill's orange It Is borne op; a visit to her parents for the I t
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Death of i F.: ;Starkey.On one of lobe largest, as froye. of past-week left. for Tampa Saturday. :" Koreshan ".Unity Will Exhibit.. .' ,'1-1 . .

lllnesi the prettiestgrovesaround Narooossee Mrs John L.Deeson baa been quite I
Saturday last.; after an. ; 'j-be Koreahan
will this yield a large sick for tbe few but glad to Unity' at Estero rep '
and year past days, "
consumption
dread disease '
Mr.from Fred that H. Starkey passed away.A crop of fruit In fact It Is said that. say she is improving at present.. resented the South exhibit'Florida, Fair By.!;'olnilhg,stir:; Piano'jClub ,,you wlllbb? ,able,'t9,, get:a'

little more than two years ago be Narcoa ee'e orange crop this Tear IT anyone sees or hears anything of by a.,,magnificent are prepar $$4QO.OO grade Pianofor$26790X n..payments of
lug t.o exhibit at State Fair 'on an ,
1 in her history school we' '
will be the largest Sunday superintendent,
sold his bicycle busiues..pis .this city our 'i" h 0'
even more mallDlllce1l"p1an ;M; down,'and ""membership dues of $6.00''per' .
would .
and with' his family' weal! !tq Arizona Capt. Frazure and fvinlly are very would be pleased If they kindly of ,
there to California with the comfortably located? They are living let us know where be Is. Mr. Wallace. ,"a reprtseptatlve : .iriiereit ;;Piarip" ; ffeV'.to1.1'nearest < l '
and from month wltnou ; deiiVsrec '
been with it ,
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-of regaining M* liealth.' 'Theimprovement in Mr. W.' ''J. S. Carr's- residence, Mesvrs. Charlie Donegan, Pat Johnson the colony, has Tampa i' ? }, ; \ j4j
hope was only temporary, add which Is supplied with water-works, and ''Willie Makinson took dinn view to arranging for the exhibit, and depot as.tsoon.ai.the firetTer-! -, Dollars I is.J psld0, ,
.."l returned a few months ago, whereeverything baths and sanitary. closets, lobe porch 'br with' Mr.. Floyd Saturday and states that it is tbe desire of the colony :
he fh
exhibit the main fair-
not to iSVSMSHSSiBJBpBSJSBSBj
all screened in SJSlSIS
windows ;
and are. Sunday
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done for tla health
was' ) tr
bat mosquitoes and flies do no'bot.her Prof. H6bbal'd of Ce nten Park fair building but x> have the privilege ) .
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that friends pould do. .. of erecting building on ,thegrounds :' \ "' "-,
and tbe are large. airy school in Pegborn on business '
rooms was
He leaves a wife and \wo children to "
mourn his'10.'. and comfortable. Saturday. ; will be granted themselveswhich.them. prly.ilegS" ': dyantage' of flub: j plan '
trip Immensely Luther Warren's mother lit
tersl.u'rgCamp Mr. Starkey was 1'i ooduven i. member of the of Rt.World Pe Altogether and we only enjoyed: regret our, that. wehadn't Mr in Pegborn,I Friday and Saturday wasvisiting Egtero Is hi the heart of the .focal" : ,,', ; ,/ tl y

time visit. and .mO're'' and returned home fertile sections of Lee county, the Koro- I '
to Inspect Sunday
joining the camp as a Charter' member closely all beautiful place. around accompanied, by her daughter Mrs. .shans are.noted for their thrift and Intelligence : To. introduce i and: fie HhieC i Piano before, ,th'M:, ; ,
taking a policy for 92,000.. .
'* and they will be represented
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.-Mr.-Starkey): was a highly respected Narcoossee.. ( Warren by a varied exhibit that will prove' ;pubUcwe: ; wiirforrn.a a club ot ONE rtUNpFEp'mernbersi
Mr. Davis who was sent to the c '
citizen as a member of the.-Camp and poor attraction all and each ,wiil: Piano
to.
remarkably member get a
and a !
farm, time lr sick .
some ago1
loss also will of the be'Christian deeply mourned Church and by his all LETTER tO A. "W.- WJNN. .. at present date, bas'nthlt very right mind. who followers visit the are fair.already! Dr.making Teed. preparations and his *. at'(the wholesale';price( ;. The ,Cli,+b is limited: ,ftp. J. a.a

who knew him best, . ,, '.: KIS91MMB8. PLA. Our protracted meeting begins hereon will\ 'One1undred and'all .
The funeral took puce at. 3 o'clock "I ',' the first Saturday in'" 'September, for representation number of valuable they ? : instruments will soon go.. .
win a large pre-
on Sunday afternoon Mod was_under Dear StrMrPresident; of a' conducted by Rev. Guy mluma'wliheut doubtjn- +.- ., ,
the auspices of the Camp and a largenumber cotton-mill at Union, S. C-be don't Am glad to say "he-Pelrbol'lI'1cbool': y 10.S..rro..t 5' t l;
of friends were present.. He want, to see his name in prlot.hadLill'O Is progressing' fine and .has. twenty .
was burled In Greenwood Cemetery, offers' of 500 gallons of. paint;: pupils on roll * Rates via The\ Atlantic The Palmetto .
\. Undertaker Hussy olftcl"tlQC-St.. Peterbut'1 11.30 and $!.29. Took the 91.25; andtotkinned.jle'd We ate Still having plenty of rain. Coast Llite.If . f Piano,
and most too'many-mosquitoes. ,
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{ 8uo, , have gotthr*>e- DAISY:" " -Summer ...'. r- dv, ..Y.- ... Ii )
skinned Ifbe'4"taken the >otf contemplate ltlng
quarters \
.< Pacific Coast Excfarslons.' > Other. Yellow' lever has broken out In Pensaoola resorts see Ticket 'Agents of the Atlantic ., "". :Us"an instrument that has been _manufactured: i In w ,

+See the mo.t for your money, .Rock The $L30 was fulj-gallon; the 1.25was and the rest of the State has Coast Line and get all .Information ;ti ;"bur own factories,with sompepecie.t featulesthat; s,
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abort. fullmeasure with reference to rates, routes r ;
18 cent Til ?
Pa- per *
and
'1 and Pullman service. Summer rllake.Ilstlmd the climaUc -conditions off thief, :
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cilia Ndrtbwegt this summer permits paint was adulterated per cent; have occurred so far and Is said :c-' ,, !; :, .
you to do t.hl..1"Low round .trip! tick- the' short-measure paint 'was adulterated to be a- 'V'erIQUd' form: :" ' tourist rates ire now in -'effect to State, ethaq\ 'any'piano, eyVr' rianufact ifedj
P'etl to Loa Angles! SaD Francisco or 46 per cent, besides benzine in the '-' all'the prlnclr.al' resortsthroughoutthe
date. oil don't know flow much. 'I*; re.uta-llmlt. October
Portlaod Iq May
on >special 'HOT ICE.'
andontobetLiberal Devoe ,lead-and-zlno wasn'ti .old.In ./- IItt..!Rat08., havebeen announced to
June ,",,11.; August, September \ '
arrangements :'forstopover the' town then.' > 'On'the 14th day of August, A.-;D., all Springs and. Mountains>nd..8ea-
> ; among' the mpuc tains 1'of 'It don't pay to monkey with paint.. 1006, W. UByrd and his iwlfe, Hattie Shore Resorts. "

,.' Colorado.nd In California....vide tripsto Devoe costs lest''' than .any!; of !'em; K.t their of 8W: Lucia cattle, closed For-the Flr'Ime round trip.tickets The tab'C OlP:a Ur}
Yellowstone, .etc. not by the gallon,' of -course; by<; the out entire claim of to Mr. are on sale to'resorts. . in',New England. '
Write for Colorado .Yo.emlte..0t'II1. house and year. That's Low.to. reckon V, Durance aV., Baslnger, OsoeolaBounty territory_ ; "n : -N"*,

books and '.Rock: 1.landrfol, er. luV.'Oo; by"the name u .- The said .Durranoe having '.,w.. J,' Craig; General Passenger 'FiA ''CK', 'ENCHASE, 'Mirr., c -; /,{JatkseIIYJHey:Hi:;?....:
John Sebastaln TraffloHanager Yours truly *- , T held a mortgage over said cattle from Agent.'' Wilmington'N. C. : < "

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I-N"If Ftanllen you follow Lies.this"' psth. said Fran :THE HAY: BOX....... j 3
: you can get a very '

|t peep at Hllnlt-t* our kln(-a", 'I'. .................. IN .CAl\tJl" !' E.IVEE EOUTE. .''t
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summer place f- ,
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"' riverside In 'our ramble: Interrupted. j rnEiZIHim.: ] STEAMER LILLIE BTKAMER: }tOSE DA. f;

the JUttmeUtet. --- Captain Clay Jo*Qfon. 8r. Captatn Clay Johnson, J*; ,,'
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:, -:- ' f6 l1ron) theJS1ell) '. loa can. If you 'wish !t I'must I: :\ITSD Alt
take the shortest wayback.. I.have I U MtntniV tease from mae Tuesday morning, sad arrives fUsslmmee.JTriday evening. ,
.IN'Od".been too long absent. FraukforttGermany:: Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeechobee and Fort'' ilyerQ on the Ullle.
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Btelnhausena only reply was to turn Comfortable accommodation for paxse&gers.. Kate r. aoDabl '. ,
u j description of a flre'ese" f>
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t Q ..J with her keeping close. by her side.on-, j cook sTov t which Is well worth'tbe The most 'plcturelQue Wtterway in Florlfla
A r, the homeward road.. ,, t 1' 'Passenger Rates to ," '' ,
ntu-ntlou "of tbe man .Iu-tb wools.Tile For and, Freight 'apply . '
,. ... :----t TheoonT.naUoD' tfcus suddenly j device l is not uetv. It .wal fchowu ' x .CLAY JOHNSON, 'SU.. Proprietor. ':

y 9 u !' w'IW" AL XANQttI,. i j broken off kE found it unaccountably. |la' the Paris Exposition sot llM&.- Itbipg \ On.board "Ltllle; ,'' IOsalmmeeFla. '. ';

difficult to recommence ._ j.p. tkcuknown,; as tbe'"Norwegian'auto: : ; .4, "

Tbe consciouxneKS' tluit every''step j malic kitchen" but only In recent'years .__ ---- - '1\\ - ,
between -
CnAPTER.lV.-; "Then -there. If crcat coldness was bringing this delightful tete-a-tete 1 his ---.- ---;- -' -;- '. ,;
i It comb Into .
general I
la use A
: propugmdn
Continued. the servants' and the Ilerr1scbaften. '
to a close fevered aid embarrassed .
; t So* with Sound reason" Ijx 'lit* head 'and the theaters are not Llm ,by'the eagerness- witk which .Ue f ; to faihlUarlKe, :: the abllc :with '

,q and a tbrbl of wfd'dellgbt-In\ his 'good:'no .ODeout'ID the eveningIn ,J sought I an,excuse to prolong it. t. its wt' jiuclwd Berllu >
j, heart Stelabacsen "closed l with the the at least but lie boue Munich) and other Printing ; >
cotintrjv" ; ; "Aud. lo-uwrr \\, fco excialmed.j ::: 1 jdtlii; .au "" ebaae"i"Pardon .. are barmlng.. and tbe gardens; the .abhtpUJapropos tonothlug"tomor.. I It VlioaiU< kuowu' oiithis ,
t u aide of the
4 m;. gnadlge,: Fran." be. said people too, arc very friendly to those, row I mutt go." ; 1 1 Atlantic .' -"' -Creates '
good-Impression
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1 can lei !
I. return the villa by this they like- '" '
. .. ; 1 suppose 10. said Ues calmly f t The ovules cook '
ate box
e or bay to ,
roadr ;oolll1tonTer.atJo 1* always difficult'' = correspondents' helps give yburbusiness ;,:
fI .. j I "The previous .deta bmeutl quartered ,'ls i ,Ucvlsod/ on a recognition of'the prinI'la ..,
"You :she replied with.a I to a foiTlgber.; because, oberred j '
very I as -
you
erta :
us hare only night at stige.V.e '
ae. i upon spat! one {i *: that voriotis kinds otoixl require pr :- "
'alight start and'Increase of color; "follow of forbidden subject, everytbfilt "' '
Villa Eellevue.
6 It.to-where; there'Is an old cross that touches religion is almost 'I "And." added: 'slelnhauIIE'D !i! nnd'If but: nC "you no-l thru they are put away and at Seasonable
aunt i
half 'In the'ground by. oat I Impossible for from the I _
an, ; a stranger me. doubt, think- that long e lonII,; ." J.j i surrounded. wltli sash\ -coiiiiiiious! that .
a treeand ..you will '
: t ; "I dh1 not say so, was the rejoin-1 the hat rftEUot escape nor the air get( ... ,
Jlrhlch 'wni. lead yon back 'through the : all other things'what a practical. 1 1jmxentlmetital \ II
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; der to them: the proxof cookingwill be MEXIC' 'P.NU.TS., '/1ND.-MUCULA8. ..
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peer TALL .
meadow 'J people! "i j iVon I said last night./ bt'jftD'the. .]j 1 I completed. In. Its sliuplent form the I I ."* J

'il rTbanksjyouT scem.tft be going in She spoke with a certain. persistence, 1 same cl1rtcUOn-m8T..1 not aa If determined to .keep the talk to j I '
accompany .
approached: the-grouu IOf the villa relj contnliilug Lot ,
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) food are
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70U r, \ ,,henelt. but shecame to'a., halt at '! (I pac"e.1.ln ;: Superior Flavor, li'l. Said. "-
said that st.of :
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1, perhaps we might meet hity .or tun-Iup or "orI
I"you paper
1t Another slight blush and : very cold Last !I at Berlin.. I I pme rfiiiiiar. mcteriul to retain the Where do the peanuts In ) : ; *,.:..;.
'r- bow of assent; they walked oz. whew j "Two years repeated the Klttmeister. '' come tron1'Ttll Is
asro. { Probably the gnadlge Frau ,has a beat' The liox may t>e' lined with a question (
h ; paces in silence, down narrow ravine somewhat Irrelevantly. j. ? ., few nfot-le can answer. Every
deeper knowledge of us objectionable ; wool or felt, but thf is not f" .. ..UIII.
'l" la,the shelter of which was a pleasant II l I. thoughts, thougb'be bad listened-,i Prussians than I .It first Imagined' ;', Aliuoff uuy \\00.11'11., box that baa a tiMa! net ice J that the Mexican' I : .

:grow-tii of beech'and chestnut trees, to. her' quIet. pleasant b full i She turned her eyes fall upon'hiin- tirUt; cover will atimveV "the purpose.., are of a superlcr:: variety and that

; t' with here and there 'a tall,..graceful attention had yet.been occupy w.IUi. "'J j clear, quiet eyes ,1. roe .d"onlll.lCe: the use of the hay are'vefy iheip'yct": a few people ;
t larch: the queUo'ni .' w I that the ha v:1dacoll! inMxat'a: : t,
I I Tows, people are-the first Prussians bet I Is that the time of choking food ,
y t The ihade was ,most welcome,. andcool It. two years 'ago. shew..wa, In I ever spoke to." j I l Ise very greatly: reduced; thus two or (he raining of peanuts one of 1 {

; a I bl'ft'U., from the river fanned England, when did this unfortunate' : lie shrugged his sbouldera.- i' .!iroe innutrsof! actual boiling; on the principal side lines and"every" i -
JStelnhausen' hot brow. marriage of hers take ? : ship hundreds of bushels of ',
place fire are amply BUQcIent for vegetables .
do
f .May I hope you not wish us to I ;
: "Tou see I did not ride away this Surelynot previously-she wouldJiave be,the last v' j at' the end of that time, the pots con- the capital) and-tbe other titles ;
morning" began the Birtmelster at j been too and If and public, .says the Mexican 1 .
: young; since I "Personalities again Herr Klttmel- .tdlulng them are transferred to the bay t
, : last. f her lanahand t was dead she could hard'ly box In Me1lco'as in the United -
a \ i i andicovered up. and the of
process
t'rr! she said with an arch smile .
:> t "I an bat'too glad to avail l11t'1ft b.Te-left.oft her widow's mourning! "Let us finish our walk without a cooking there continues: roasted meats the )Wanut'ls one of the'! most

r fit thi l discretion allowed me and let "Two Peen ago! Was It. lb-en. a ': !:! require from twenty to thirty knick-knarka.. Evorv div- doL. _
- -.breach! of conditions. mloptes! '
.myseltandtitsy"peorpfeelows enjoy a .'wedding; Journey of roasting and the process is then PEanut venders -n; y'b; seen. ,
j .
fome.ubJect. attract like a lodestone -
brief repose In*your IuIppy"aI14'1' : In..dHd. .} The lady blushed crimson. j I j he and ;' completed in the hay box. After tbe the Ataoieda'' and other places .
f replied this brought
.it the difficulty will beto leave It." j I "Ilerr Itittmclster forgets his welt- ; preliminary.cooking: ; on the stove tbe people gather. it will be found
I them to a side-entrance of the garden.-1 I 1
"Life In oar happy valley I* but 1HU* Imposed discretion: ," she said, coldly; { nHide-are'kept' tor two or three hours tbe peanuts sold by most of these "
,1 I They nearly across it{ before
5 suited'to such as yon." she answered '"all personal andoffensive subjects I' were i in the bay box, although they may be den are very large and perfectly ''
IIhe spoke- and It tva to "I will '1 'I'
**eren Ji find It a little monotonous." { -were co be avoided." I % say: left there" tor ten or twelve hour ed. It Is very seldom that a

"I should Imagine a life so active as "A thousand pardon," he returned. wlab jou good-day and 'aufwiederseLen'1 All the' usual dishes such as boiled found that baa 'been burned !

yoara Sreuld.be 'free from any feeling | 'earnestly, and, thinking her eyes full j|I moat go to my office. I RII* 'nuted.meats. fish sauces, soups, roasting. It will also noticed I I .I

Ii I ., of. dali_.** j I of tears he mentally- swore at hlm-l "I"What have! an Are apartment Jen-, began.little bureau i ij | .etahlf"l fruits: puddings, eta, nay for a Mexican cent nearly as I|i r ..

e "How do yon know I am ''actlvef : uhf, a* an unfeeling brute for his inconsiderate In cooked In tills way. Dried beans peanuts ran be bought as Is ',
he asked turning to him with-a smile turioslty. i given to me. where I manage alt t, and dried fruits are ant to be well tbe United States for 5 cents gbld. '!

..y r, as abe clo ed her sunshade and used It ; "I will not again offend ..bat. prep- I my business. : that 1.. all matters concernlng KOH-ked In water; then.after being allowed !.1.I The climate and soil of tbe I II

for a walking stick. I j jut his band on his breast."if I could] my father's farm; and there I !I to boll for from two to five min Oaxaca Is especially.adapted to | ,

"""Ob a?' very small .degree of observation lay my heart open beforeyon.. you;' must remain t1Uri".ave atoned for thismorning's I j liteo, they will he thoroughly prepared I growth of peanuts. were Is 1I('. It i ,

would enable one to perceive that would, perhaps and tbe interest you]. idleness. I I'I for the table after-being kept from one j! a plantation In the' state that doea I ., 1
lunch,'even If your II err papa had not choose to term 'idle curiosity neither They tad reached a door.opening on i{ to two -hours in the hay box. The j| cultivate the vice. When the 1 -

detailed all your business abilities tome Impertinent nor tJn&.rdon.ble." the courtyard passing through which I formula for the use of tile box Is very: have matured they ate gathered I{

as, be was kindly showing me the There waa.. force and dignity In his she turned bowed and leaving; the j| rtiurl The pots being! transferred shipped 'without having been ,
thla 'i lUttnuelnter planted she ten: lightly up j from tbe fire to the box On their arrival'here they are I'
photographs .I|I gestnre-,- but his companion made no ', are set In ,the
: ''* the steps where be liad'fir seen her, : nests for to the Very common form' of '
I>ld myfather'show yon tbepbo- reply and after walking a few'paceIn. prepared them (file bay la-

s tour" Interrupted hi* company qnU-kly'"': silence Stelahansen. asked, with a acd.. turning at the top" bowed StebohanI again. I Ii I packed tightly under and around them; oven: ?. I '

e' .with: an uneasiness she could not quite smile"liar:: "Auf "I'lo1e..h.n! cried a pillow of hay ,ls placed on top and\ The ofen.+et apart; for the -
K *,r sen from below. "We shall melt at the lid of the box is securely closed. of peanuts has '
repress. i a large circular
.j)I I be permitted to say that I I
dinner. i ii
"He did" retained Stelnbaiisen withal much wish I could Inspect theresdenGaneryV' I' The advantage of tbe system Indo- Of fine netting In the interior.
smiled and I
,- try. I flea nee, and..,I looking fall ,lnto here . t I i She vanished through the mentlc use ere obvious; same of them netting; la so arrangedthat the
> 3 ( T I.F.rench.i window which led Into her as summarled by Consular Clerk Mur- can be I
> closed look
; 1 f|r "No,"' returned Lies struggling .t' I Ij I making It !
sanett1u.f
., A' TJess blushing fleeply J!turned away phy.are- great corn popper. Several ,
,. suppress an answering smile; "to men- j. Steinbansen stood a minute looking I "J, The cost of fuel can be reduced peanuts I
as If_,annoyed and the Rlttmelxter. lion the few are placed In this net1 and
_ -' possessions left to us de after 'her, then muttering himself, j lott. -Oftbe, lne tentlis
.
:. After, asftinstant'n pause continued In or even :Z. turned slowly over a charcoal:
i a lower' )tone:" felted Saxons onlysuggests our" losses. "Have' I lost nay senseaT" wentlqwly;' l The pots *Fe not made difficult to This"process of roasting is a most
I"I. I
and I for
"J mast entreat pardon for- what 4 I' Aht your! I could gains 'centuries.that.- ,, 'I Into the house"and" ascended to his own truth; they are not .blackened;: and cessful! ODe, U'eyef7 nut la t
answer '
1'/ 1 may bfre seemed to yo -i 1'alstr eei I II. ': 7.; ..=rt'j will, but I' shall :.lIb. ;you't" "..chamber.. ...: .;; -,;. *'> 't"-i\_\,,:::#:- : .'':'"< '".. :', .'; ,they wlii.last for almost an Indefinite! ly roasted if the work is properly :
a ... ..,. ... tlterlbd'of time' S. The food Is better and there Is
etrrtosltj r shall be more' prudent Ininture ., f "TV" .V'i; 'i '' ,' , little chance for the
hWWUJVI! .*" .. ** ? -"",, *;. ..V't" t;'I' j I : : i
y : .
tookeltimorqtasty
: .f"r-t"
'"Jfcre ; ,'i.'j' .J.JI more nutritious nuts to M burned. -
absolutelyobedient ', ,
to : JI lt"gK,,
jI' "But tinadige. suppose'I chose> to ; ; ,, jll< j |and more digestible., 4.. -
NriU -expretlMd wish Nearly, two Intervened before'i1Ibe Kitchen odors After rooming, the peanuts-are '
jonr ; hereafter, hours
keep how would
,
,
70urompfa:
you lire obviated. and
a I rr..n,, ,.; 1 I I midday repast. ,. 5. Time labor are to the i ndfr". The venders buy! I r I .
get rid of mer be exclaimed a\i little= 1 saved. C. There Is need i.
b, Jr"&J "jjff&ore-speak .of something Irritated by bet composre, They:passed heavily to'Stelnba -. fear of scorching no of stirringnor for little money- and even "with t

',Wae. ,abe interrupted hastily and aallence.of "Oh! Some things are Impossible- lie tried to write up' bis Journal-to The tares 'o f tbe, housewife-burning. her 7. large quantity that Is given' hflll I,. .

some minutes ensued. ..'" a gentleman and I presume Herr finish a letter begun the previous day; | send and her health and are are bought at retail they mak I -t

_ ::At last, with a. frank, pleasant! laugh Blttmeister": von 8tenhausen' ; of thePrussian be 'strolled across to tbe stables and I thus protected. 8.. The.happinessI kitchen profit Tbe profuseness of ,, ,

Stetnhansea..zeUI_ed;< i army', la a gentleman7" round the .;..rde-- ". 'liut to no-purpose; need POt be la disorder half of,, the growth makes them very cheap on || j ,('
"How difficult It la to Avoid tbe only members of the family beseen'were plantations where they are raised "
any one "| hope .o.":said Btelnhansen.- with to | day. 0. Warm water can always be I :
forbidden aubect..D4.. when there are,! a laugh that sounded a little hard. -. CI.ftb.n..wlao was too busy had when there Is Illnes In the'"house as they are generally shipped In f't|I 'I,

i two or'; three a fellow does not.know ''But under the gentleman lies theoriginal'nan gathering greengage to respond to hiaAdvances 1 I and during the summer "when Area are load Iota and transportation I I j
Where" to 'dare and Frau'Gberlng do not add a great deal to.their J!
,turn; not-.pat'of 'and some'things sweet herself. j iiot kept up. 1O. Milk for the baby t )
f' :war or Prussia or gaxony. or osown ason. try and tempt a man sorely." ., >who was-knitting on the veranda, and can bo kept 'warm all night In a pot Tbe roasting process: is also : j
j Im ,'or :worst; of she was taciturn is with very little expense. I :
__ i '" ,, deprivation > She glanced np at him with a surprised as ever.Hpreh.rdtandtheFahnrch of -wa\er.. 11. Where workmen's families I ,
all. y arbe paused as if with dlfflculty frightened I look in' the large.!!! ; returned {{ live crowded! In one or two rooms Americans generally'when they !i \ .' 1
anppressiiic some epithet-'"vourBe from their expedition: in .high 'spirit come to Mexico seldom buy
[earnest blue eyes, that made ber. com ,, tbe additional suffering caused by pt.D i
t :l to .d If.'; p.alon''hart beat much faster than with.various good stories of their-:1' kitchen) heat Is.obviated by- floe bay It Is something new to"them- to I 1

M '''hf-. ". 'It.tbe: effort to find conversation I* wad necessary: the look was momeDtary. friend's adveatures on. the march box for the preliminary cooking can on the street and b ycoupe; !

*o trying.1't said. Lies. ttJthai. anti' ..and eke said very cooHJTf through Bohemia.; I ail'be done In tie cool of the morning.- cents' worth of them, and cave , 1.!

+' smile;"+"and Jtt"must be,., pray do root "We Oo'not seem to be successful; in j I I They first bored their superior officer i I 12. Similarly, men and women working delivered to-your Docket direct .. ,

l punish. yourself; go'on-I shall sit hereIn ,avoiding forbidden subjects; -try another and then mortally offended him by In the fields or having n'gbt' employment ' out wrapping ot any 'kind, yet -i

they; shad" and, at least yoa can! Herr lUttmelster. i I I tome indiscreet questions and sugges- can take with them hot cof the*lee la OlIN broken, and they ... :

have! the freedom of your own' He laughed partly at her remark, tons a* to bow be had passed tbe' fee, soup, or an entire meal, thus,.s void used to the way they. are '

thoughts." partly at Disown longing to take- ber morning. ing the necessity of returning home ata Mexico, they'generally continue' (j ...
"Xe.no certainly"not" Stein', 1 They understood the nittiaelster.however. fixed hour lag them as the process of
& In' hla' anna and deal out a,, liberal or having It brought to I
tkansen. N gerly..."unless yea absolute1 -' punishment In kisses; and the Idea and readily dropped a subJect -. them by another.member of the family. leaves all the flavor ifl the kernels,
'
ly object) to my company.. of her Indignation could she have divined unwelcome to their slightly overbearing 14. When- different employments makeit they taste much better than th* ) I !

rt, **l4t'n' 'walk,'with -yot -to-morrow- bis thoughts. comrade.. necessary for the various membersof nuts do that are generally sold In ,

s yoa will be free from the presence of --Well. tbenrwhat abaft 1t.be' Ob! ,! At last they were summoned to a family to take their( meals at_! Il- hafted State, where the method i j

t the detested'Prussian\but;\ to-4a7-Jet Italy; hare you ever: traveled Italy?" S table.' talent hours, this can be arranged roasting so often taken away the, J "I

+ me enjoy today, come what"' will"to"morrW."v "No; have your I here matters were_ scarcely 1mTneTlUttmeister without a multiplication of work: with ness of their taste. I j .

/ "Tea. about three ''year ago." and paved! ._____ I the assistance of the hay box. Of ,w'

; There was a touch of passionate en!; anxious to. recover any ground b e ; was placed: on Fran course it Is necessary that the lox be A Selfish Man. i{ : ;'

treaty .in his[ fonts liar C: per ape. 'might have lost Stetirhausen spoke ;.Gterlllc'. right: hand std Frau or : kept perfectly clean ass otherwise It He regarded his children ..' i t

reached, his listener's hearty} for al-f/ well 'and pleasantly,., though always Franleln Lies was seated between\ bee- may become sour or' oiusty V' ance. i )

_ .t though she made no reply,".be turnedbet' with a tinge of cynicism/ of hit, Italian i j father and that beer-drinking brute I The hay box system might; well be lie.did fell his:courting before 1': }
; ]\
s eyes to his. wIUl..... wondering, yet' experience. i;' Bnrchardt 1 1 adapted to' camp use. Any old box tl""f' j)

: Dot unkindly expression, and breathedalight He found an Intelligent and cult '> he smiled upon him. too acd Jll- ;:. will do; for tin purposes of transportation He nee-)' talked over his & r'ft'i

; a sigh as* her glance sank. under' rated listener and-the peace or truce .tents to him with more frankness and It might be collapsible, of wood with has wife. i!, :J"

-S d"O tola. iXoW. between them was not Infringed ,for favor than she bad.yet shown to any 1 or .of tin. The dishes Could be a set He doled out his money to his l' ,:
'
L : continued' the Rlttmeister."ss'I _the remainder of their. walk.> !i of them hardly bestowing a look or a which) would IlPat..oJle In the other. a. If,to i'beggir. : "

n,>,' hav conf sed"the''' povertyo[ Often thememory of that pleasant r>}word"upon Ktelahauscnr indeed -she For hay there._ are-4avca) grass,, pin* H* looked, down''on hla wife as ,
1
-'Ideaft.wlll"'ork?not cxun; 'to my''aldt.hour-came_back to_th ,Clttmeister In[ 'said very little |I Iri hredea! avid what not. Many of the Inferior being. : ; !

'::L' The world atand with you." r- far distant act-nee-the little-: wooden f Bur b.rdt and -the Ilerr- s.roudltien.; ) of Its 'u'e whlchsre so lie never dreamed that there
wb arqnJckrchnoJ.; .bealdV i .advantageous! lu "domestic" prAcIke'woudprore l'l'\'o'.lIIe.-' marriage. LJ"
""* ravine,"debotching' oiC the rich green, did nearly all floe talkIJl .. i I :
f"r
<<( ;
: -e. you ever been in England.' /"fields. ,and 'linden tree'ot 'th. rivernlde i They bad got en a most Interesting not less so In the ,&d. Instead He had one set! of manners
that;etfrely. la safer y" .. / and hajvpy: neuttcplc rejatlve of one member" of the party remalnlug home and another for society.He .
the "the of
: sweet soft ;
air a
song L ..
hansen in! comp
i .8tfl laughed jtoj; \ have or dreamed
!''soaring lark the peal), stillness merits of Ge and Hungarianborsee. refunding early to never that his 1 t
', around them as If they alone Inhabited 1 I .
". "Yes' told bunting tor tithing, the meal could beprf'pared He thought his
SieM :' r' the earth a pew Adam and LI They- grew excited various wife should- '
is.skf"* 1'l.f
.w6tn", may! T WrUlingaaecdotes'and.upperedtPeopinions ' in a few inlnntea eforcitiirt l all her limo doing housework.! ,'
Eve
'in
"Aboyt two year 1 i iA7 i though, Adam: 'glittering Ilus- {ug-ont for the day and \j
sgo. with much strength of lang i the food put He"never made concessions to :
tar trappings slightly ;
: was Incongruouf 'I'IIt. ,
,,, ,' "JW 7011 like ttl,",safdthe. RlUmelstfi -' ; tbe mere natural tone of his nom -not 4If logic ,.nrider cover of which away In the ba'y boE.to be found wife's Judgment even'in ''f

;I! ter,I,recovering ,hlaequanimity suf--1 .pauion. whose guarded coJdneaa sail; Clarchen aDd the yocng Faknrlch cooked and warm on'the return.. The matters. \ [
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.' 1Jde.MJ7 to light a fresh cigar.' slbly melted away In the Interest of the( planned. In low* tone, .hsw, she 'was. to task of keeping up the camp fire would He thought the marrIZee vow- '
:, 4'V.. ;iyear la not' .be reduced to a minimum. And the !
other*.; 'conversatloEu: ; ',' "f try a spare borse-of his, which he waacre a made- hlm\hls wife's master .
ill ,
j pr< JbablltIes} )
are that the
t\\+'at'I food that
; .. l :Then what sweet' long sluM., would tarQ" 'a-Udy,-tt only eJ'raa other part aer.
;v. came out of the box "
;,. bat displ.oed the "'aJlr-1 hap would be "bet
gqadlge occasionally; received. whit pleasantr I Mutter Would consent! tl'r' woke He thought be had a right to
a g K looked op fetti Uyfor an.lactlntv r rglimpses! -.a charming''white well, I 1 This scheme was overheard byJStetrihausen. And mOre lJutrItIOll. tliGO and chew' toboca, and drink liquor ; ,
the
"b Iij.. aD piled: .* | l ; \f __ it''> *: tUl'Df'4ttJaroat.1UIcI{ prettt'.pllllit ear. be| I )toile, too'' cross to talk kin- ordlnsry vacation product which the u *rage -" b.,'ss boorish- and brutal 40 his

4.. life,1* aAeewhat ttresonce; peor.WiigW ;caught 'when, with, half-averted-head l ,pelf! llstenes. with: : 'keen attention to' judgment before camper now-submits for n,.' .*he-chose regardless of the yak

.....'....pie aiu > : **,",)-?<
tlar-ia- ocn a solemu undertakTo \ly'to'some d r1pu i irwJ1lcb; 7-jThe eWer-slUr.flnsJlyr'"rajight- : . ,n.d. _" need..re".D raUDC' to ''be 'fit to '

.. punctaT---no one dar e'to she stray worJs.;:yhlch*betrayed the. ne5 -wltb ihaybodyrWord=and=Work ,..... :
/.latter generally disputed. . .. ._" T.4.ra' u. ..... :
.ebe ;ittdiQlhp; _- i farion design; -* .. > "'
R "\\le Bat alaaljileasant .tMng< jievei,jat tj 5. I ,I .. "
_. ,"'ttl'ft'r, and seem"''to have' and It ieeroeoT to 8teinhansep that before "r"CIarchen."jhe) 'law' Ja; a law. but : The smallest! range temperature! The bore.when grazing, i f. S 1''
; I
&V "lice' p.wer1than here, I'''do-not think![, >e .had' 'aalC.nalf'Iie had to say peculiar tone.; "I 'aMbpe4vyour, loyalty lii'one place'In the world Is at eDUrel.' l-the nostrils la the ','l.

;: Oiey.are.. talr1.any' ""'" ':more"' .J loved*.or rtIMeta41' e- r1',' a dela&1r.; aoop..ef'' tbr| bleared I,t..weuld: have Veen proof' evenp; ,,*lntv!. In- Dutch /ipnlana. Here, in surlnam.1 of proper food,, and blind .horses :
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t. ., opportunity, .tbq'came' ''to a bUorcar -. : ; never known .td f make taJ Ukes)

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y, ., A P/RASIS-" OF 'PROCRE' $ I el t umed'"to the llttfe girl. '\' .4 spOkE, . .

+ ':.IJ the p'.icH: .pool.. t the; rippling rill to her very softly'

All it oilitkcj' along on i iu way. down the "ut, want plot?"' be'said "to telltltwhat r ,'
.Inll: told \
you uncle aaddne the other
"Oh, stay with me hertj! It la foolish and
day about .
[* wrong nursing mamma :when the

1'or yju to forever l b a tusking a'oqg. '. lady you see there," be pointed to the ., . ,,
fctoi tier on the heights; for.. a. curt as prisoner .was asleep." ; ; t
>an (low', ,,"'" The silence that \ Bait Ibe. W<..ae. j agricultural i' Implement, .Ilotatd'aa.''\,
followed war broken
lou nlll only sink furlbar. and} further be. *' I Any farmer who troubled with a cow' to operate a dairy farqM .HI.
..
only by sobs from aiiJliors. .
low. the? In the superabundance of.ireeds upon s>ls land crops were alway'0 t In la....... ,
p \ott are and' noiny.nnd!hear boialeroual be, quiet room where Women were weeping like could probably do nothing' better than { aud', thoroughly cultLstted. Me rate
chidden
children.. Tl1t'11' shrill ,
'J'liO choir of the .ongLrda/; carolling near. Voice broke .. little '): turn these weeds Into' muttew and ried bU,milk t* a creffcery tad raised
out '
Vo .contented, my .broher' : and patiently m march tbem'olf to market on f-etir If gs,' an bis calves.! : Hproduced!' e); 1'004.1DAQL .
'She-she .rat' In 1 iassBSK asB sss as isaa tssBs*a M Ml .H ( Bi1o ,
chair
\ sleepy the will *\ '
x rcimiin 4 i : Thetrbeep ..tlt.t'T.OG: In : beg.' ssd. alter three 7.po ,
.
T trade,jou'ht'Nt lie.th'LGod' of the cloudy when: "'\ .mammy asked for bet medld e.Vhat .** Attain UnM *f :rifmn.Toung '1 fcjrt is .more.and more perceptible and.: : Settings-Id.of there weeds': ,. and.'will peared ""C\\tbe selling,Wogs aheJ"battle

i J t ,50! 'iser;' and aier, far to'lie stillNid ,"- .. dlil'mammy. sayr"She women can attain grace'of,figure It Is fairly safe to assume that by the .at the same time. put a cash' value every month in'tbe.year. 1 ;y-'lr '
tie i'acij!' $ |pout' to tin rippling rill. . said-she said. 'D .r. .atr.e..me... and prevent a superabundance, of i line. tbe winter season comes' the on them which makes !It my medicine, I ought/ to have bad it exercises Stand to man to,take the ,
Enid the- flesh by the following I trained skirt will have regained much' any sheep thrifty and bis 'dairy herdiBcreased'In
.
As it lay rippling in the kliatkinl rill to the placid l Oolr" honk ago,' but Dora was sleepy-.so on tip-toe, with both arms-hands firmly 'of. the rogue I It has lost during! tile Into partnership with him In ..accomplishing quality and quantity' pf.pro ctloa.

: 1 know it i I. easy atvl (pleasant to quiet to and.atay cool/ I: sleepy" nnd_ud couldn't. give- *It. .tobt'r. . clasped-extended, over the 'fie d. last'year Tbe very full skirt,full at .tlte apparently impossible. eaak Low, places on the farm were tad aDd

r" : la oasis; noner-cireled b* '
... .'Jhat'touli. nil daY; T "And, wbnt,did you do, ..little* one" !"* waist, cultivate beautiful.curve* la Unarms trimming was ,Irreconcilable the land yielded' Increased crop annually. '

flow-Icxpcares:>?<: nie loncrTand- .. that, Counsel's" ( trembled: 'help to fill out tie cheat and with ,the train but tbe later .models Feed Ml; >.with \ From tbe' first,Interest and

: ,' Fomaa.leAeaeit' orieatli<< may await me be'orr.: "I i-I got the bottle( ,"end .poured' '"out will Increase the belyht-lf.: the exercise bore; no such handicap, and-women Atanap1Q dt wheat fed vlth -admixtures annual paymentswere ,met from- the
Tetwme.apirt. ) ; ) "impel: m such magical the stuff,In a glass- it practiced with perslitenry. Try Iqve the"tralJlDIr skirt because It gives was found by the Massachusetts resources of the'farmand: Instead of t'

I' ..'That 1 way r".1 .it (i.better She hesitatedlooking frightened. A to stand In tbla position at long; aa grace and length to the figure. :. Station which contained a largsgaan- extending the loan before) the fall Installment .
And, on hoW, aa onward to tin.plyobt'v 1 leap lit, the kindly court attendant patted the. fair possible. '"Horizontal trimmings, ft.U7* applied tity" of ground night,. .curls. and she continued: .. J Another 'exercisewhich, wilt give or' in the shape of flouncing, are. still label indicated that it contained corn paid for adjoining eighty acre'*. .
: ."l'.d'! the strange', diitant: valley,,J know ."Aud Dora was so sleepy and I was : 'poise la 'to.'.stand solidly on oneToot. used1ut save in the case of laos or and cob meal. Another sample was This achievement was, accomplished: by :

.And that i it i*Wety right.! u if I. so glad 'rall'e, I could play doctor; It', extending foot and arm putwnrd, .and embroidery flouncing; these horizontal found, to consist largely'of ground skillful management ors\ hIp estate a f

; ," sun keep'natere'erule > was such fun.: climbed on the bed i retch the arms at' the,, same timer trimmings are very likely to be in self- wheat" screenings, with relatively small study of what kind of I fartlsg ".I.-('

t.i. : Enid tho np]>liag rill.to the placid! pool. and said -fiercely, :'Open your mouth' !;1 .When the left oot-t stretched out the material or in something affording a .'amounts of corncobs, oat clippings best .d.p.t to bls and carrying .
and mammy opened ber'mouth and ' right arm should be extended, and vice little contrast. ;Tailors accomplish b. ex- ''wheat.'bran and" middlings. A:'tendency out .plans lent 6tn1o per > ,

i }Reflecting>(o the placid! the( pool.tll",lay and arlfiahly the. sunnbine.atill. until made" her drink' all the stuff." .J'j' versa, say,the Flttsburg Dlepatch.I ., cetlent' results in making the check costumes ; to add to> mixed feeds Inferior severance.. 'J \

a Irs purity.paid the high price of it* peace, ; -tad what did mammy do?"' I 4 by using bias bands of:' thechecked shrunken wheat grains, resulting from Contrasting with this example'ef: sue
its water grew stagnant; ; its very hfe-ieaae( : "Nnffln! She went sleepy again.*' : ? :H>pt>ln_ tnff for' strapping and trim- the ravages of rust was 'noted, and cossful agricultural operation*] ".a '

'" .Was cancelled in acorn .by the aun over The unconscious Ifttle murderess lost bave been trying to figure out a gen. tang and often not only In'checked consumers are cautioned to,b..on Ibelr neighbor who bad Inherited an adJoining -, '.(
. the head placid,: 'pool died. aAnd' in its 'flower lift4: 'grip tit thingd' cried! as if ber. I 4ralcoDdltlon of happiness,: 'and I goods?, but In othc: -materials .as well guard against such deceptions.Smt ..- 8ar" farm,'of eu.1 fertility nand .

Circled, bed w heart would break' : reach the concluelon'.that it consists self bonds'or bands of tb e same coloras productiveness,. -.Tls: wealthy.
Hut the>rippling: rill. ..It aped on its "" ").larnma-I .wani: my* tuamiflitymymamma mainly ,In the ability,.to march with tbe frock but of contrasting material ' AU..". Et S.w. Orals. farmer' son bad no D.tnrl talent for

Urew day larger.- and l stronger and .deeper.encL !" .'. one'a own generation, neither deploring are inset'Instead of being applied,' Early sowing of cereals when the .In'lcltur and after living oa his In d'

fhp sunshine. atrewed gems on its breast Tender bnDIII-<'lrrled! the ,poor cUIId the progress the.genernllon makes, nor tue'edges of'tho frock material being. 'soil temperature Is low, gave In experiments herled estate for thirty:-four, years
., aa it ran, away. grumbling .because it doesn't make stitched down. smoothly to the band. with barley oats aod''Iprlnlr actually poorer In personal
1'o'do useful ternc*':or nature and man. Dora fainted wIienThi. Jury, withoutlenving .,;.more. ,We: can,, understand best 'tbe Velvet ''!Is effective 'when' let Into wheat less smut than"late.sowings. In erty,than" *ben be came Into prop. a;

It It grew found to a mer.'and, when Huty-fmr, the' |box brought In 'a verdict men .and women of our oar age, or broadcloth in, tbts' fashion and cloth, a similar manner, less smut will be of hl patrimony. With the resource "

aca. .permanent peace.in' the infinite'" .of "Not,. Biillty1 and :Jack' took berhomeIn : I near It. Dr. Osier sppke truth when Is used In this way wltb..lIk. or silk 1 I found -on those -eerenli: grown. on a of splendid farm.t :his'.command ,

.. .;'' -ChariesVc: .lcy Cai>n;.in the Christian a cab '* he said that most- men' cease, to. be with cloth. Bands of very fine,transverse .,, : 'cold clay soil than on a loamy soil, and; be' tglecte to Improv".l' rtunl-1 '
; JUi\ i.ter. In I tbe. quiet of the bottfle she recov I receptive to Dew Ideas after forty; tucking In tbe same" material as I .as a rule, the greatest amount oC'disease ties, a- large ,+

. feral and went to her room and locked henco our ciders.In1\'the. fifties! and fix- that, usedfor the frock are seen upon will be found in cerealsgrown bank 'cepo.l account tfl be dlatrbte +r

r --- herself in Now that the trial was : ties and seventies 1II11'.wbo.b8ve ably Mme very successful woolen and silk: i ou 'sandy humus soils. A high temperature ., be left 10.. ;

peer the tense that she was a free'' ,I galded the: qffalr of the world ""during costumes," Of the soil during the ,,first week 'cnmbefed,wltb debt andjn aj dilapidated
woman acnln; swept over her and nl-! j the decodes Immediately abend of-us.; r after saving. favors the germination condition. ,

most crushed her. Jack" paced silently ''I l will often seem to us to more less of the smut pores, .$consequently: Success in agriculture 'depends at

;, An Unwiftiug Crime; up nnd down the pnsnaxe ontnlde tier rapidly than we think they should; For DrlflitanlaR' Up' Do..... the.Infect Ion of the cereal.. Cereals much on resourceful management a* In,
room for the remainder of that day toward new industrial;conditions. And The tlouse, Beautiful gives some good wilt germinate and begin their growthat the fertility of the alL One.jnan i Is

find all through' ; the Ion* night. When I the generation! 1 Immediately; behind us '.ideas for brightening :!ufr tbe homerooms ntemperaturebelow that. at.which. always seeking more knowledge P-,
B7 :Oscar T et.f down broke lie tapped gently< and the 'i -the restless chaps !In.their! twenties nod hiding at tue same 'timeworn the fungus can develop. iJllnta pertaining to his prte'"loD. and so t .
door wps opened from within. arc puttrng"/ more pressure' upon ua -and faded chair covers. "In --, operates his land a* business proposition '
WItliont a word he lifted the girl In I from the rear than ire Hire able to believe many households it !Is tbe custom t6corer for Jb. Dairyman's Ky.- that he'achleves a' brlllnf success y .J

f his arm and' hl *ed per fenrstainedtoff. 1 I..* .wholly Juotlfled.-Frank Pot: a dozen or so of tbe chairs In The progressive dairyman must now ,: while another 'm., tvlronf4'

OJoC... IU'RIO: ; was despair ,,written -Anil tlien-middeiily' he Rave .a: Dam, In National Magazine. ' attractive chintzes and to distribute have a silo And grow suitable crops for with gete otportunlt.for,creating I'

t '011 Jack Marstou's face low cry for the beautiful relldl lhI I them through the house-a small rocker tilling It. Ensilage has done more than Improve his,
l I, 0 T O The walls of tbe room I Intt golden Ilnlr. whose no ft waver he had fie TorftHnl at rnDlt.. )with a Scotch rose cover In one any other one"thing-to increase the chancel, score i ,signal financial ', !

.. 3( which he was pacing rest HO often oa re-"NI. lay in streaks across If you would increase your happinessand bedroom abig wing chair with gor- profits !in dairying./ Good -tools are ure.. '... ../ f.I".

gp,tfr le Hly seemed to closeli Is; wrinkled brow, and In the place> of prolong :your life, forget' your geous hollyhocks In another, a lounge necessary,. and when we have a silo, J.
/li i nllol1 him, ADd tbe day to grow blackrr the gold! was the sheen' of many silver I I neighbor's. faults. Forget all the.slanders with green oafiT leaves in another, and corn harvester, ensilage J.cutter.."etc., ,Colt.Relsl.g.> f'

nud IJln'ke.a the silence grew aud 111 reads1.-New York Weekly you have verllf'8rd._ Forget the a sewing 'cbalt' with narrow flower we must.have a separator, either band The"'extremely lalgh price now
the minutes passed on. temptations. Forgot the fault-finding stripes in the sewing-room. The designs or power. All theso are not yet foundon for serviceable) horses make 'Q4
v
At last he. sank helplessly on a loungein tr.nhnlF.n.r.e.. and give little thought to the cquse are chosen to harmonize with the the small dairy farms ,bqt they quite profitable. Many farmers, realt

a corner. She (came In then-the Such was tbe quaint description applied I I which provoked !t. Forget the peculiarities walls and add a touch of. freshness and will come as'soon as the dairymen find big this, are keeping more br'mae'

oil? woman In the world for: him, but, by Robert I.. ulf Stevenson to all : of your friends and only remember newness to rooms 'used all the-year. out what Increased profit they bring. On every farm one or two eye'mor. '
be did not notice her until she touched human beings who bad done! their best' ; the good points which make With this plan- remnants may be ntll- Alfalfa is one of tbe best dairy feeds additional teams''are needed .t't'lI,

bis arm. to do well in life He felt that how. you fond of them- Forget all) 'personal 1 lied, and a variety ot designs- select ed. and should be employed as. green forage on the regular routine work: of pl.nUncl. -

"ncli.f'! her voiceshook, qucerly: "1 g over much we tried, wi should hardlybe :. quarrels 'histories you may hawheard' e Nothing brightens up a room more ..uec..sru117 pasture.and bay by every dairyman i and hrre.tlDlr. The'bro mare can -
she worse?" '. able to feallze'tllt'.1. 1Ifhl"ll (ideals; by, accident,'and which If .re- ; and nothing adds a, crisper In sections where it will grow. be 01; "meanwhile *

"Dead! be stammered, as his eyes ,"'e should be [Miners. Judged by that j I{ pealed; would seem a thousand times fresher touch than the transformedrocker Infectious absorption Is a disease raise a need good colt 1

wandered nervously from the girl to lofty standard, but we nhonjd 'at least ]I M-orsetlmn they are. Blot out), as fai armchair or couch Under the that. is. much dreaded by dairymen will more .& for Its DJotber. f .

the ground. ''Edith Is lend, and-oh, he faithful because we bad done our I i Oil possible, all the dleagrFesbleaess'alife t new cover may be faded rep or even The spread of the disease In a'.herd keep and she can do her toll '

hea.011'70u! are accused\ of murdering utmost. ; tbl'711I come, but they' will only plush,. but it is hidden from sight and usually Is due to a contaminated mate tending' the corn U she.afd.ht colt,. :.

ber. There la a ..-arrant out for To Ret on In life', speaking of material . grow larger when you remember them, thankfully forgotten The making of A diseased; female, contaminates tile are properly fed. Corn''and'timothy V

your arrest and the police are coining .thing* only, Is the desire' of everyone i and the constant thought of the acts the covers requires cares. The old male and as aba' often falls'' to get bay alone will nojLcnpply tbe necessary, ,?'.

here to arrest ;you-to-night." yet It is only the minority wbo 1 of meanness, or. worse still, 'malt ce, way of piping tbe seams with a plain with calf,. is returned several times food for the colt or its mother. It 1* !

Then followed a'silence broken oat, do. their best. There Ii a lamentable I would onlytend I to make you morfamiliar1 e color Is not now in vogue. Seams are causing serious 'trouble. In Infectious a one-alded ration' and they will not,,
lAck with them. Obliterate everything hidden and careful fitting Is abortion the : the foefus f is thrive unless other food
!>y the quick beating of hearts., of..determination deficiency of necessary.When expulsion- 'Wf'l art given
"Dead, Jackr The' girl spoke like "grit" and "go" in,so many of us. We disagreeable' from yesterdaystart well made, the covers last for usuallywithout labor pains an*.'this I with thercarbonacena.tatlon? Bran
one who bad been struck a severe see the object: we sigh for its attainment out with a. clean 'sheet for today several seasons, and art! really an eCGO.om7 may serve as a i guide. to'dlltlngulshthecdntalrlous'form and oat. are excellent for feeding with:

blow "Oh. Jack-Jackr She broke we make apumodlc'.ttempts and "write 'upon It for sweet.mem.ory's for they acre three or four from, that caused tm Tbe .borse":"1* eat. a. large-

off suddenly and fell back in a chair to'teach: It, but.we shrink from fakingtoo'much sake only those things/ which are mouths of herd 'wear. Bnj that is not; by accident:"'Chicago Farmers Voice.. amount' ,-tile' variety will b. such that .

:, Jack Iturd'.t her wildly as be Raw trouble about it, and we j l lovely and lovable.PaahloBS, :. ? J tbe tiahy pallor of ht' .face'but whenlie cannot strive-steadily nnd pnswervInRly I I. ......... ... tire ot our furniture as" we do of our Blnpl
4.C ; spoke again there war sympathyAnd fo! It.. S 1'! I ,' ,1..alHbChttting . clothes It, chintz!' and cretonne 'add :A. marker is.one of tbe bandy tools tion of JII". ,.ClovL bay If t. SoaC ,.

4' ,, sweetness In his voice.:' i 'X r'I,. Those nrenot\tbe faithful failures. j, about the skirt"of; ,the moment a little variety to the summer life( ,'they of the farm, and !I.- readily made b J mold and will prover"if better

"'Dora-my lover "'' '< We' cannot'impress, too strongly'.upon In New York City' styles, a well are worth ,the consideration, ot every taking a- strip of Inch material of tbe balky food than. .timothy;, -if. too, 1* w '

"Jack you believe-+-**- 'k 1' our children and upon those.older ones j known fashion.' authority touches on housekeeper. xKfe. q. '-"*. desired length:.and, at the proper distance mUk-produc" and ,'fornldfesj flesh--
who : the short skirt so popular at present ..v'FIfILL :-.. from the ends, making. holes in forming matter for the
"My benrt-my own beart, agalnut all -arc Just commencing" life, that if .... p 1''It,
the Juries and judges In the1 world. You they would succeed:; In climbing the i i: among women of;. the ,metropolis for .. which -to Insert- ."poles to form a shaft' To do her part Intbe' team .

-4 could not have killed my sister-you. ladder to any appreciable extent theymust 1 I walking. She says: .".. -.:. ; same *time raise a profitable celt;.he'
;; who her cultivate tbe of "Perhaps tbe difficulty lifting/ the w inane must barlrvery', She
loved no. Dora-my darling! : quality "sticking : $ ateDUol. .
... lie gathered, her In hls.pruis and told at It"-to use a popular phrase!-and full pleated mud skirt when one encounterreal \\e" iUI9Ut pj'ebq" i /_ .jbould have i

her everything then. that they must aim high., If we so : or wet pavements bas bad 15WIoGBlack "i 1\;, ,.oJ., !tt PAtoe .during/the gbtla place ta. .,
something to do with
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tbe *
Dr. MncManus tbe pJ 1.Ic1nD'tn attendance seldom' reach the rung of tbe ladders shorteningof : \ 1< MuHJn theopen' ,;and she mast y.-"'
which have the skirt, but whatever the cause, 2 0\ good MMalf-i** *
In Mrs Edith Marston, Jack'WI we la'vtew and experience: :the grooming. .1.
icsnit .
later' who had been stricken down teaches ,1111 that this 1 st more .frequent their Is here. Many, women have- \'.*ben the .colt ''Is I : quite, wig ',
skirts Air-
'. with fever, bad left! his patient a. powerful than we' like to believe.-then it Is bet- the most fa.blonabl&Jwomen.cut bRrlito clear, but for'Uttl taffeta' Is a modish material' e Iboold'.be', tau.ht to stand .With the' ,'
unless '' .
r, medicine per to fight for a still higher wraps. halter and ,
to be given in twelve position. J their : perfectlygentle! : '
'.. drop doses. .every two hours, and lind I The probability Is tbaj" weshall fall {' wearing figure their absolutely abort skirts forbid 'It, are The demand for lace on gowns and Y'' Lr It islnuch, ea pade. <, colt out. ot r''

cautioned ford Rauber; who bad offered I short of that position, but attain one enough to be' practical.. Tbe really mode short is wraps is,unabated., I', your -way than ItC.Il to,.watch..It con.' i

to nt fond to the,wants of the,nick blither than would bar been.the case. < not becoming to all and not Imperative, The lfttle_ shoulder cape lea, whim : .; tlJlaU .tat.ltma,.. D t:1: over you t
woman during the absenceof had vie not been aspiring. of ..._ trying to .A ,colt
temporary
I but there Is much to be said In favor ta.bloo. and.It Is particularly: smart 1 J' .made gentle,, .f
the profoFslonnl nurse ri1>out. exceeding Stevenson, doubtless had the moral of Us good sense and there Is In limn. ,: 'at 'firstnever forget its kind treat. '
.
the dose, and warned tier tha aide, of things in view when, writing noThlng certainly 'rnent In early' .llfe.< Little difficulty 1* _
Baby braid stltcb-
i more hopelessly ugly and awkward ribbon and fancy ?
a Inrger dose might prove fatal. HeIm'd those words, but they apply equally. experienced In'' breaking-sach'a ?"It*
been summoned hastily In'the well f fo the material fads ot life. than a so-called short skirt held lug are the three favorite' trimmings of When, the:Co.i. becomes' gentlest.colt
the skirt that the "j-
up, as just clears must season '
.
Afternoon following. Miss Snuhor's.deTtnrltire j be hold In of U. soon learn, ; .. If a good, trough 1* ;
up case really bad
from the bedside and had 8511,000,0.00.t. ) For Holt uipnts." pave- Faggoting. Id"nil colors comes 'in the "ill provided,,. separate; from, that of its

found his patient In convulsion, the Would. you imagine that iomet.hlng'j{. In the matter of designs for local shops, and. ha whitest Is especially 'i :t mother,. It ;Tvlll. eat from It., After It
shapes
pretty. . .... .
effect of dose of like $50,000,000; ( could be learns to call for
a very strong themedicine. spent yearly and and eat sufficient .
trimming 'of. S. te
skirts; this
fashion which: ; '
Ills- skill was of no avail, on tbe game of.xolfl "To begin: with, observer remarks Almost-any dress ,that has a sufficient ' to u horse may-L: fastened. fAtlltenalll quantity,of bran to do'\

'., anti tine died In hit arm Dora alone there are 870 golf clubs in England. j phasea in the just-now that there are many amount of material In It and ) on this !.trlp make hole* sothat It a great deal 'of good,. soon It will ,,t
ling nttf'Dd'lltbo' poor woman during 700 in the United States 032 in canny may be for Jail skirt, but what enough puffs and shirrs is. in keeping the teeth"Jway be'jnoired-as. dex eat. shelled corn mlze with the ooh '

", the morning, and administered ber Scotland, 131 in Ireland, forty-three inWales i ; expected.11,.. nobody'eandefinitely : with tlie.J ml\nd.\ aired.-.<; These teeth may beJaadd'Dt'wood : land' 'an. ' to.eat:Well' and a

'. medicines and food and the doctor felt and sixty-three In (different parts "Tho resurrection of the old-time. Some ot the,co.tumeawhch) are'considered and- of varying thicknesses and made gentle, tbe colt'win make.a satis'
bell
that It Was irIs shay to Inform the po of the continent. There are, all told, I' and,umbrella skirts, with Blight modifications dp trop have really no' begin lengths to suit tbe various seeds. A t" .tlrT. growth,and I 'moUe!' assist.I .
probably not less than 3000 few bolts will do' the, fastening. perfectly . lu !
lice'of the tact nnd how his patient organisa / Is a striking phenomenon lathe ning cr end. They are simply frou ;, the crops.; ta the
r. met her death. Jack and Dora were to Clone demoted to. golf playing sphere of the frou looking and walking skirt and Is
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be married ;within a fortnight: but These clnhs, counting their grounds, hailed with pleasure; tot the skirt, Batistes, plain ,and fancy, are em For general; use the necessary number ties They maybe left at the .barn dur. i'. ;

C the loath( of Jack's sister bad blotted buildings and preliminary expenses close over the hips and rippling at ployed to a great extent for the elaborOjte -' of teeth maT be made trjangularin lug: work boors; bave...their '
out everything now.\ represent ft permanent investment of$4O,000OOO shape, the upper end containing two .ater'.D4 food Just as regular as the.
bottom into summer frocKs;: ,' and It makes (
. to $50,000,000: ; and.comparv graceful though) extreme up bolt boles, so as to lengthen If desired. work borses. the colt can bet taught, r rf .
fullness, is Ibe most attractive quite the prettiest of'aol material on I
walking
.
See'' Figure 1. A neat '
Tbe dffl'S passed beavilytben ramthe e lively few of them ran be run at ayearly skirt' that has tbe market. adjustment to stay to pltie away front Its '
model devised. mot r
: of less than ever' been tbe tooth Is shown at Figure 2. Heavy er during .. Is "
one when Don* iras to be tried for expense $5000. Tbe Tunic skirt effect Irish and word It even
are having a pronounced Val. laces are usedseparatelyln 'board
teeth
her life. The court was packed In average membership I. about 200 and may be used where coarse than fceepJnaTIt( at tbe ,b., .' If 'tbemother ,
vogue, although; so far only combination. The handsomest seed '
i is to'be used Ifpne desires, tbe
The i
average *.worked
the morning the prosecuting attorneybad yearly .subscriptions of tbe famous' moderately and well
French Irish
given In1.11 his testimony, an these COO.OOO loft player amount makers have exploited lace_slioTvs heavy raised flowers.' teeth being attached to the bar in the attended to. she -will'grow a. that $ ,
j vigorously These add 4f
de to and they have to its-richness. .andbeautyand .am* manner as the other .Flgnre.and 8 will ;
.. after luncheon, counsel loge for nearly 20000000.; Each of the play not pr1& tbe monfm.ker'th.'
become common The bell-shapest incidentally-' the ' '
,
quadruple coat.Cooler 7
Is 4 show such a tooth'and Its Attachment : 'cat produce
-df'f n-ie--U'lookNI from tbe1udlte.totbe ers equipped with an on tat that coat* tunic, shortest at tbe trm.W.
Jury and smiled faintly. Very on an average about $30; and the year- ;over \undersklrt aidesnud. of fallIng than the, long gloves, and ''to'' tbe bar,..-Indlanapolli. .. DAdf'ra.Indianapolis| News, .
a deep
hence -
,
briefly he made-hls speech. purchase of golf clnbs,'all over'the flounce' set on a\sklrtfoundation? is the quickly launched into popularity, News T4'Clergymedtwhe'psrt'ttpefr
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world-amount are the adjustable cuffs of lingerie or, ar.w{. .
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be said."She therefore, to
"The prisoner! ii Innocent several "
model ;moet oft Q in broadcloth! .
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millions seea of lace, reaching from tb&'wrl.t to tbe Why Fnserr Ffcll.. "' I hair'lathe '
of
Is engaged to the deceased lady'sbrother. dollars.-.Springfield-tlnlou. and other \ ( (
." Mr.; Jar Marston and fthe wools) and variations upon elbow, and ready .to be batted. Into The :-1>roter'. Journal explains tbcauaeis <. middle will read with .arlnl' eye l

learned to love Ills sister as if she C .. sew la VTat r ..* .a..-.. ,,this used Ideal for. the with'tr.bter'materlala.trimmings lace, are place at a moment's notice;"*' follows' : ( : the'resolution offered by IeY.'-W, 1"
.
'+.. 'were': her own. Shef could not have It is' much wiser to'Irl Ye plenty' of j All of the various skirt Innovations, Tbe prevalence of simple outlines l and .In every,, agrlcuttnraciimmunttthere ; f 8..Dauby* ptameetlngot.: ;; ''h., ] .;

,.4 committed tbe crime- that!-'as been water 'once every few days than a' suggestive of pannlers.have met with {lb. Increased UVlna)for the plain gored are prosperous. farmers and bus I burl P.b.terr.In Donors,. P It. + ?

1-c--- brought against.ber! She, could not r'! little each day. The latter method Indifference or disapproval>> at th hands skirt has surprised quite a, number of bandmen who appear to,loo.OD tbe de.cllne I.d.. 'tu.a.-Wh..a.' aa. 'i
>> .
''t His tone"cbangrd. "I have only one keeps the'surface moist and the roots of woms'nklnd, although some{of ,the ''I fashionable( modlsts, as they were morethin financially- 'We bave in mind. are n '. t'b I tole :la,41,

witness,.and I-fear ebe.ls' too .youngtp naturally;'else Tor1' the aooI.tuieJ j so that Creet Parisian. dressmakers have beenInalsbtntytit sure,, that these, oldfashionedIdeas ,* a fal'mrand<:young' man ''who bought, ISO-acre ,ministry tNn their admissionb ,.

.. understand! the nature of an oath." tbey.are. Dear the surface and willbe! exploiting the tentative bad entirely" left.. the minds, of assumed 'a mortgage( ob5000tpayable' t .dl.t1. ', 'a tu' 11.II.be
t/ I L" ten
: Instructed !
.TIte. ; 'injured .by. the beat oftbe smart'women.J! .. ,,: In.ilnstallments la t* r.frl' .tr parting
) prlaape rJll'f" enthljwhlte.; following hip draperies, and a few fashionable ; i.
,t Thft.tearsleafue.and.gave.ber some relief day.Give >, .women have ..ce.pledthet Idea Fan I One ot"the,newest and most tishlonAble -*. ;farmer years; 'lle andmarried'tly""daughteroa ;w4tthe'Wnt'ot': a thrifty t .tb.fl.;V(;1.la the d 'J" ., ,':: W'.(

" "''tt but she shuddered when a chair 1 enO'llgh4waterrto-S deeporle / nlerk may,come! but eldeQU7.their. :I silks Is called'radium' and, as _its ; vas ..a'at.ks'
t 'l:vas put Into tbe witness box and a tiny .> .. Jast:'enough to>'.....b the La ea. day' la not .7e",...11.;despit* the fullness none Implies'' It 1* soft, flinty\ and has .' wealthy. peighbgr.Ueilraa| ' not woe .. Jpickoo. r"r -borne'J' :
bin which bat
sled aboutt JDI..t.or. l'naymentas Even tbe no ,
girl, vyfjfold I ** half andbig The am.teJlr'.boulll by of a.,,wonderful.,sheen. ..AJI'coior.. k. ,
<: wljh.w# preference wa> skirtbottoms we seem to be are be faithfulit,, ,4ocVuty. "
Y knew that b. could obtain final U .atraagely { 1"an
blue ;' red now with was 1 ttt af bight for then thj mot.tureJ. In .I\OWD.: and 1n the checks .\
1 eyes Vryletr$ , no real danger of booksklrts, though veryvfine } or. '
clali borne If Eyes district aa oktetwkoo
1t.' .chance.tc '.do its stripes ,It.to::.xtremey.imart..Qu.'p> a..l.tanC4f.at necessaryv'He' kDW(
a )
1Y. Hfted gently tipoii 4{ good work: before 'ashtat.gJariBistBrflll! space !a fashionlenrnals. bad-received ,.
s c 'T y"lour, booorj" sa d-Roanselj! "roe,witness evaporation starttrader. the "beat; of J ,'wlttu discussion .of.tfae threat,. !t. Oaest'_features Is Itf.)xtra.wldtll.r..r... .catlehrllhd- a'good business: redn fi t.Ht. 'whole"'plaetirby.atWstlnctlte'' tpocbf7etls'seent an$ .
it is ver''OUller but t trust ber evt-t: the'sun's' rays.1' : as it doe almost at eneeS ftlnol.....71* " , .. '. r1ne'to'hlr'tlet"wtiiiil hi1bad' 1 lt tea .
'the that rd regularly,In
experience: ) 'acquir ed
;ilbI111pUtthtteA '8 a once *wbej .Watering'Is done"in fttf NPDtletdcMarh! >!nladOf#lL4i trainedtfc : ,:A lltnyte afeenlal14.'tJai.' .worth :
; while
issmlaf IB ,* te his fatbecT t
: xopera 1
: : SLbe judge nodded assent tI e."coun'Il' JOGrDIDr.aarl1eli'"aI4&. ." )11' !klrt _' Clse. .t'ltv'.rc: "roundf over*39,000, 'Vi iF4nsecq !f
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The Klsslmmee Vallcu Gazette among the people aa to the advisability ttJttttttttf1'rtttttrttr1ttfttt', ' , ', '- _.:.., -: ;

r . of ageking a candidate to succeedMr. .
J.V.. Watson. Several. nujroes ::: =

; . .TBLKPHONC.NO. 11 ----'- have been mentioned! but the ball not w= M. -- Goods and NotiOll'S. .
p.a..aHIO. IY.aY.IDaT 'yetbehid'ln motion K klo proposes Dry Clothing ;

Office tu Valley Uazette i uttaing( ; to await future developments.The do == ,
tV KISAIMMKKOSCEULACUUNTY.FLA.t lake Is becoming somewhat bet- -- I. '. '
ter conditioned.:-than; heretofore and E 0 =.1
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g. HARRIS. Editor' aid.f>ro rictof. the prospects are that lathe jture it : -- nli" W LINE OFDry .

/ a Entered .at the Pmiofltce In Klanlmmee Fit.. may be more on its good behavior :-:::. -= I I ,
} a* aeooidelw mall. matter.Bubacnben than it has been In tae past.rThe -

; Win, pi...... notify tb. office.,tl/ Gazette still receive its welcome"and :-= Goods Furnishings
tbs'f.llioyteth.perr@rularIY. all things are working togetherfor ," Confectioneries, 3
r j, All oommuufaatlou exeol from our.author future good. KAKIO.Like := ,
5 Soda Wateracid =
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to
teed correspond.nla must &e aliened --
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writer.Rejected Finding Money. v : := =: -' - ---- -
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matter.will not be returned nile f
Balled. lot Finding health is like finding moneyso 1 := Cigars. 3II I

",.:.. SUBSCRIPTION' RATES think those who are sick. When Summer Clothing Going Very Cheap.
One eo'pJ- ,one year. .,...:..' ........'......11.00 -you have cough, cold, sore throat. := ::::: I .1
-One copy, MX month.................... .. 60 or' chest Irrlstlon batter act promptly II -
One copy U.reei oulh.....:.r. ....,.... ..26I. like W. C. Barber, of Sandy Level E O1VR US, A CALL ::3 .

t I. September bt,' 1905.LANIERVILLE. Va. lie. says:. "1.bad a terrible :wWB::: CAN PLEASE' YOU -=
1 Friday, iVVVVVVVVV
..... chest trouble, caused by smoke and .-.....
coal dust on my lungs; but, after find. VVV M VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'/
> Ins no relief in other remedies 1 was E i Miller & Over, freet ..3Plao.
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cured" by lr. Kings" New Discovery == .. 2 ::::: I

Tile rainy weather which bat con for Consumption sale of Coughs' and colds. 1000LLl11UULULULLLLLIUUUVNotice II We Down Prices. z' ?

', this tinued-tor' writings over given two. ..way month to.,-euBsblne halo at medicine Greatest Osoeola In the Pharmacy wod.At any. .cough roc. and, or fl.OO lung' ; .- \ "aveC.hopped High

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for afnture
and heat with fair prospect guaranteed. Trial bottle frep. to Creditors, Legateesand '
and look forward
4'i n. continuance we i
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'l. In hope that water may be somewhat [ BBI'tTOI'CVILLE.The ' Dcstribule'es.All '
"YOU GOODS S'j.
OUR l
in demand: ere1'', a future .supply !. persons haTtnst-lalma against. the estate. NEED
tt vouchsafed UK. "' V of IlebrYVW. Burberdrcvaavd. late of Oa ..>ia.
unfortunate' controversy! which .
: State of Florida,will Ihe ,
Smtms'"'bas another prophecy In Kakio has'carried on with Fhllo was Conntf payment; to the uuderalicnml.promt properly aameifor at \ Y WE "
\ MONEY.
hand and make the assertion. that not of the formers seeking, and had it ..al d. within tbe time Drmerlbe4 b/ law,or. \\\\6\\\ NEED YOUR 8""
favorable winds Aquarius the same will be torcvrr barred --
with maybe
not been for direct accusations, back
i, NANCY BKLLK .
WHIT!!
'j enabled to bold .hiss- CUP steady 'ed by plain contradiction first' Aitmlnlatratrix of- E Ule. of Henry W. Barber.. ? itt\ ? .
- enough not to spill any more liquid article would have remal'nttr unanswered Dect std. t Gel my tPrJces.: Before Purclinsln --*- -; i
n , therefrom, be say that Aquarius was ,but ills one of".the misfortunesthat's ; <
raised by Jupiter' eagle to serve .a* bus .Administrator's Notice. t Shoes Hats Ladies
newspaper Correspondent Il' and-Gents Furtiislvlngs. fl
bearer to the'gals, and his .awkwardness .. 1:
V cuP to deal with, to be' misrepresented by Atll"'''''''.' h..1<'IlDf lalmaor d.m..ndaapc. / .. .
1* the cause of so much oil parties who'desire to see their efforts the ratale of Tbom 8Uaa, deceased will pr.- ;
the liquid contained'in said cup beings spread out before the public., and having ant same to m.for payment, propvrly! tt.ated. : '
pltlea oat upon,the earth. Smlms which consider within the time prmcnbed br law. or the ;IJ. CHAS. W.
something
they .
name wl 1 be forever, barred and all Deraooa ID* ': DANNg
__ claim .k) be a klnsmsn of George smart on hand, wish other '. people to debtrd la said e..ol.111. .mall, lmmedl.l.atnemeut .
Washington but as Adam i* mixedup know it.' ',Phllo's Imaginative powerlca..led with: the nnderalined..
Inthe relationship existing, it I Isbest him of W.: MILLER
beyond the bound. reason ,8.iI ,
Administrator the E (ate of Thomas _
not to confide too much in his veracity and radicalism I on the deee....... ..
temperance
V a* all thing that Smlms tell caused --- --------,.-..---- --- _. -, -- . .
movement him to adopt ----- -- --' -- ". --" -- \
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doeenft com out-according. to Ho tie, language not fittingfor newspaper ,Notice of Final Settlement and '
". Kaklo paid hi. usual 'weekly ,visit 7 (
correspondence. As far/ as finding a for
V 'to the camp of the Kiaslmmeelte on foeman worthy of his steelwas concerned Application Discharge. '

wi a Saturday last and found all thing there was not a paragraph in Notice In hereby given that the staler dgnod.I
wet disagreeable, and muddy, and I' the three articles. emanating from his an AdmlDMtntor of the eHtete*of K.B.Lanlor.deomawl LET ME SHOW.YOU )
the suburbs excessively so.Pegborn'.oldgovergoronthe. ,and of Jlarr Lanier, damaavd, will'
Card pen that could have been so construedas on WedneHdar, the 20th day of October A. D ..
to bear any resemblance to that tune make final Battlement. vrlth theZonnty;; I I .
ner ranche wa De..ly.u..rounded by noted metal 10 that absurd quotation Judge of Owwols Ooonty.State of Florida aaadJuinlMtntor :
y a'ditcb far from of aatd wtU .and.apply to aald of ,
#* &teI'a04 not very stands like a sand hill on the seashore I Court for a dixcharra; ..rte admlnlHtrator.r" My: ncjAV stopk :Freezers Re-
-.the house, within the'city limit was prepared to resist theenCroaches k r" Jliia April flOth. 1UJ6. M. KATZ, I ,
det-.p enough to come"into' the--'wagon Aa A.lmtnl.ttator of bald BnUt. '
of the mighty ocean.'Myvmderstknd-
V P.A. 7aHaAoif. vfrigerators, and ice Chests SideBoards
w
; .The court house yard was as
{ body
ww 4 lag la that the temperance people were Solicitor for Admlntetrator.i II ,
usual In'a bad and reminded .
shape not In 'sympathy with the unreasonable i '
us'more than ever of the necessity that language used by Philo, I can Sewing Machines and !
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existed for a ditch of some kind that only say in reply to this, that Kaklo Notice, For Publication. ., .

t r would enable the water to run off. Is willing to believe the statement and Department of the InteriorLau4omcesOdoe.rllley .' "" Bedrroom Suits. ,
V' Yt : Mosquitoe: by the million was found regrets that he should have insinuatedthat \ Fla. : , < ,J
.on the. court house wall. ready at.a such was the case and will explain August 7th,1900.Notice .
moment.notice to pounce on the inoffensive that such insinuations were only I settler la hereby given that Ihe followingnamed I T I II
baa file/i notice of Ma Intention
,e visitor and try to down him. made retaliation! for charges. preferred to make. final proof In aupportof bit claim and J. W. THOMPSON V : : :
It Is said that the oil of cedarwill remove by Philo. I will only In conclusion that said proof will be male. before Rletk Circuit J '
i' J .* say Court at Klulminee. Fla. IS. IWH, ,
Me\'I.
k these and,if such be the Ion \
_ pests that four fifths of the voters of ..Ial Julian. tiontadora. of Whittler Fla., Hd.'aM .
,y" i V, V case it would be the proper thing torive OHOeols county are addicted to the use ,6 ,for the w.4 of ael4 aec 18. nw1\'ofuetf: and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. j
+ { it a trial. At. the- court house of ardent, spirits, Kaklo them, neUof nw'' aevlo.tp MX. rate.l He name I ,
V : among; ....
a Kaklo found :Messrs. Donegan and the following wltnniiiea l< pm bit voutlBUouirenidenoe
and at present a large majority are t upon and pultlvatlon of said land
lr Sear busily engaged on long columns In favor of the saloons and in order TK) < $, B. Store, of Klialmuiee, Fla.; U A. I '
of figure* which they were adding to. overcome that'majority, Llgbteey of Bartow. Fla. :Arnold Bau' of l WhlU . - I. 'I'
means ; -' .
o- accomplishing the tier, Via.:; M.8, Brown,of Ft. Meads irla.' -
by machinery, must be adopted to Induce the saloon W.U. KOBIXttON. Beg ster. J.M. WJLLSON; JIt.,
belt kind of work: In the shortest I,
r;; t very frequenters to lend their aid to this I

'posslbletime. Judge Johnston Joined movement, and la the selection of Notice of Application For Tax : __ ( NOTARY PUBLIC..; l .....
i* Z us, and the time was pleasantly passed method -
to this
accomplish object I STATE LARGE.
.,, listening. to the past.perinoa. of judgment> and discretion.! : required. ,- Deed Under Section 8 of AT 5' ValdOSta Foundry & '
that gentleman, the Judge i. certainly Real Estate Agent. Machine cO'
c4 }f the temperance people are like . Chapter 4888. .Laws of ', FLORIDA. .
V .ome.otbl. KISSIMMER. -
I'M pleaaant companion'and
Phllo. simply desire a mark: Urge: Florida '
V late decisions ,,place him amopg thee enough and: weak" enough to make an --- VALDOSTA QA... ...... "
most skillful county .judges la the impression on, they certainly. cannot Notloe I I.hereby ghee that Chu A.PchwelkWrtpnrcbaaerof QR. J. W. SIMPSON ?
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.,hate. Our competent Sheriff 000 expect to succeed. It is useless appeal Tax. Oertiflcale No.M, dated the .> ""
.. :Afterwards Joined the party and, re- nth day; of JulyA.. D. 10UX, ba*
to the Hosts aid-in DENTIST.
Lord of for for
filed said Write r
certificate Bargain
" In my dice and ha made : List of Engines Boilers
roamed for short time the w.
a "watching
the accomplishment of this purpose application for tax deed to lame In accordance ,
'tproceedings.f unless you can be moro. Christ-like. in 'with. law.. ,.?* Office over Oaceola Pharmacy! and Saw Mills. All kinds and sizes. Wo \
Bald certificate embrace. buy :
'were the
Id town affairs, they Inclined habits and disposition following d. 9 12
Vr ; ""to be r.tberdull .....y.few being vlsttor your : Charity acrlbed property situated In Onceola" county, OFFICE HOURS*, I f tom,6:30to ,m. sell and trade
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and '
IV 1 toward those whose misfortune you f Floflda" lo tt lt; { ; p. m. new second hand machinery
*>/.' to the city... Our friend; Wade attempt to alleviate. may produce good Nsytofawle' 81>0.112.Tp. 25.EEnge rieast. 'Telephone-No. 7 B< Jun fi.,1yrt of '
__ i L showed up on the streets again declaring results. There.... men in the county 40 acrea.Tbe..hl'l..Dd. cverykind.. We 'manufacture Columns 'J I
being l
Miss Ella still'continued aaeae< at the-date of +
that even among those who use ardent the Agfuance, of such Lintlcs ,
certificate In the name o( Ventilators
t to i plea*. the r-natron at Pblnny's spirits to excess, that, recognize the Joseph Burtanher.Unleaa . 1 and all kinds .otcastings.
VV potutJand that Feghorn was progressive evil which this trafQo brings about; Held eertllloate fthall. be redeemed according : JOHN G. HOWARD 1
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.' ' "* tax deed will Isnie thereon on \
,7/- but Philo Is not the kind of a person the Bth :today of September, A. D. 1906. i V
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Hon. C. 8..Acree being1; among' therlsitOrs calculated to Influence this class. I Wltnee m, official. denature and peel Ibla v North U .u.mJ OUR PRICES WILL -YO '
; Kaklo In:'company with that hold no 111 will against. Phllo, his aspersions .(sal] the llD:
f a, ,f.I i'(rentleman took'the road for home ar< has neither made me better Clerk ItL.LIUILEY.Circuit Court p'Mention thl*paper when writing for list o-ootT

'riYl-n.r.atLanienUIe-Iat.e. even- nor worse than I was before, nor do I Oaoeola Counti Florida.. : .1
+*" toe_ At Laniervillethe-100UO\O- believe that, there is a mata In the By VT. 8. HARWELL. O.O. Paper Hanging

-- -ny of routine life continue. The ROT county benefittea by the;,dlsnutevsnd: .
ernor continue! to fiad employment on the only wise sentence'i uttered. by him Citation of Administration 'j
the plantation and the present weathercondition.give..promise during the he ... HARRIS
contest, was that .ouldllOO&.ue SANATORIUM
i CoDwrr.10 00.'.Couva ,.. and Decorating.Finest oot DODOOOOp
of
ft."future. (- the
dispute. : Should I
t vegetable:' 0.0501,4 COUNYY FL.... /: on. RL. HARRIS 1t l
upplyof garden parties In t.he-Iuture find anything obnoxious a'lb.Ocnip Jude.of said. VouDtJ't
Raymond.&U *tUl *.\ belodquart.en. In my artlcles.they; will be Whereas. Lowell PrI_ Carmichael. h..polle4 8UBOBKY. AMD QBNBaAL MBDICINBO, I W.LVanDuzor&Co. '
1 HI. plaWatRfedland* 1 Ja .till vacapt accorded to this Court I., Lelten.f aominiatraUoat Offlo$ow7U.11 to 1.,to ftDR.
.. a fair bearing, bUt I mostdecidedly on tbe KataM of Noises Ruaaell I d-...., late Line'of Samples .'N. M. HBQQIai., ,
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tenant.
,god wasting decline''to''' reoeiv abuse of aald County of OaoaoU.. J' :
;1 '\\I, A,: lost Of the cattl have ,been without sWlkingout In return.\trOood Theee a... "'Io..1oo alp anij admonlia sit of Wall Paper; Etc.,'ever' 1; ,BYB. BAR Noah AMD TBftOAT, '

'1" .. P' !.to.a coorv favorable locality, his Phllo, I wish-'you wall( ,previous and deoeaaed.lngal.rLb.kidrdander.dttors. labe and appear belore Ibis*Court f said, Showtfln.Ki 8lmm ee. ORLANDO.CXBoe Hoora, ,-M"Ifcl to''I'; B R'6 K.-'E' R &'
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; .i and oowpedlNt.4aQex*' replies to have .. -._ FLORIDA. _
;, your arguments mm on ot s N day of September, .. D, I \ .
Itlf.a ,1 et,that II wa;.no deemedivdvlabl sure, satisfied the intelligent public 190* .leebi80th U aa*tbey Jiar. la tbe ; ;r MO;TROUBLe T .: L..

'J. ,ft? l to Jjeep them '.together. ,f inBVQtOflCV. : you.. refer to; -, JCAKJO. aame irantlajTHMUr wDl be IIJ'OD"* aV T/or.ad... prayed .otberwtae'the- I TO SHOW THEM. , '- : '
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The Klsslmmcc 6'6'vaii u Gazette' ,:. '1Vl1te; toneLIthUOlngeTjAl; {( : . IdUnfS: nonce. . -: : ,I II \ A


Next. Monday is. Rule Day: tovrd' TO THE POBLIO- S.6.. . : to.A ht-_ ': ,:t. ", i'
'f LKPHONPUBLISHED NO.It.k / As I was going1 through recently On account,of the continued rain -
., .. 'AU summer clothing' at reduced. I saw a cow deliberately walkup and bad condition of the grounds ,tf - . '
:
k"J prices at Kau's. . . the steps .of an hotel and go In the 'Maple Grove, the Carpenters' Union ,
EVEBY.N'1UDAY 'f'i
open door. A'moment after my attentlon Picnic has been called off until .
BY Regular meeting of the County Cam a i I l1 l-
mUsloners. was au.racLecby\ a man who 'was future date. G, W. BASS, t
W. B. HARF41tB.Offiulsi I next.: Monday.
__ __ leaning against a tree, and laughing/ Chairman( of Committee, '
_
'A The School f.hoard will meet in regular with all his might. My curiosity wa T :
,
Weather Report. l session next Ttiesiiayj i aroused and J asked. him what be wao One day last week Mr.-and Mrs 'Jacob HIP STANFORD]):

A'..... Tssrauvcaa-wags aMMY Cut prices all white'figured tickled about "Wby;Uald'he/ "I with their guest Miss Yowell, of .
TBOUIUT. Kvs.i... .A ,.''I. i.0ai aUKaci's.on sum.nergoods was thinking bow.badly ,fooled /t.bat Klsslmmoo, went on a picniC to Lake .
4 . f I cow was, If she went into that hole Henry. Having-left tbe ladles in the'I i THE FlftST.OIIGIrUTOII Ofr LOW PRICES-IN.KISSIMnEEASK

._..... Ylt. Rita., Regular meeting of the Tb..n Coun expecting to'get something to eat. I I wagon, Mr. Jacob went a '- .
.bortrdl.1
-..:.- .-./all...-. ell next Tuesday olgbt. amboarding there, '' lance to preparetbe.boat ,
sn when suddenly be heard his ,wife callIng t. r
L Rev and Mrs.,, J. L. returned '
Moon
i'rldy ....... !IV n eo : Loitering on Into North Klssimmee, in'tones of ltcltement and' alarm
... ... 118 mMondi'.j 411 Wednesday afternoon from a three
e ueesi ". I sat me down to reflect, under' one of to come at He found
.. I< 111I ,.. once. the ladies!
weeks
visit friends and ,
to relatives
at
:,. .,:;; I'll 70 '.8'1 those magnificent oaks which adorn .et'tou.ly.frllrbtned over a. large ratHer OUR PRICES. ON I
varfbus
,,...d",..........o. III '72 '1.11I"edoaad" places In Georgia/- that section and was soon Joined by which wan. .-Within a few J..et of the I, ,

I'b',1...."....,............, IIu III ... 1:1.18: 1.81!. Cut prices on all white-figured summer gentleman who lived 'nearby, but wagon. With his usual presence of ., . .
goods at Kate's. r. who seemed to be (idlesome also. We mind, MM Jacob took -accurate aim '

J. A. SIMPSON'P. M. Miss Mary Shelton returned to her talked about many things, and finally and shot off. the.rattler:!. bead. How I : ,1- SUMMER GOODS v
home at Umatllla I complimented him *m what nice ever, that,was not the end of this, adventure ;
a
yesterdarafter shade trees ..were standing there. for' :
their
Our rates for Insertion' advrtlments .."" pleasant visit to hef cousin, Miss Nair' to surprise six
!
,, ,' '' "Yes," said he,, "this Is the garden more rattlers appeared and hurried. '
t among the* ,reading; natter'. on (fie. Bryan. spot of Klsslmmee'I would not live ly ascended into a bole near. '- : ** !' -vl-T

this page,Ii ten cent per line each In' Just try a dish of our delicious' Ice at any other,'plaoe Jri It. We have Mt' 'Ja.Ob! was not long< in filling ?% ,

f i ertlon. Cream. MlLLRR &: 0VKR8TREET. plenty of shade and pretty white sand the hole with dry slicks and "'wood , { ffl: ---,....,....;: .
Mr. and W7 and there are 'no. mosquitoes here where .be built a routing are, 'and t t. "
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Mrs. J.
; ;' Seymour .returned A
Wednesdav-nlght from Miami, there never were any.,, (They;'Were roasted the venomous reptiles'in their i '-. ,' ,. ::' '. ,_ : .
bussing all around me then. 1.) Why, den. Instead of the fish. which
I where!they bad been 'oo--,.visit totheir they ., .. .'- .
"
1 don't. how those down in
people bring-home
-, see boped.to they, have six: '
" 1. Local New.s:. r i'n,.R. 14. Sejrmour.About South Xisslmmee live at.-all. 1 was rattle. and tit button to tell the story : :. ', -

.. .... ( twentyfivecijunlleg la the down there the other day to see "v -' of their ad'enture..UaIDe.clty Cor, ''i'p' f-
T' ..-......-. "-' -. -'---. ----: {aLe have already made approprla- and )be and his wife and children bad Po.lk;County Record.' r , .
dons for exhibits- the State Fair, to stay under mosquito bars (.ill during .
Mr G. M. Pearce returned last -
and a number of others will act. next: I the day and tbejr told me at. night nightfrotn'his'trlp
'WhiLe Stone Lltbia'Water.fiend l . Monday. I. they Lad to put up double bars to to"the mountains cf
.'. .. f North Carolina very much improvdt '
fromactually eat
keep being
I', us yew Job printing..; Soft T'ole b.aby shoes at'1rDa? '.. TheV even have to buy bars, for their up. In health- 3 tBBA t
*
.. ) Wade, the Tuner, Orlando, t.f Mr. it. D. Fuller sold this week to dogs to sleep under down there t.q lOougl.asShoes': n,

hart[ & Canter. of Fort- :Meade, the keep them from going 'crazy on "account
_. Mr. Hurbert Fleming; ' spent.! Monday,. entire crop of' fruit on the famous of the mosquitoes.1'. .
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In Ta.mp'eWf'1 *
sThen'
'
Orange Hammock grove.. The fruit < t't'I I-
,:' : gallons;"wear, looser; Devoe was Hold for a lump price I wandered tack down Broad ..\

and was attracted 'by the thousands ..
The State Hank will 4 closed next White Stone Lithia way., : II
>e Water, for:health. wof little minnows that were R Rrl .., '.
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"V Monday- rLabor Day. j'
Prof.; Edward 'Douglass of Arcadia, sporting up and down the gutters and I
A srodd- qvyilltjr 31In.\ Sheeting at the., newly elected principal of the flashing their beautiful but awful hot; R. _
Stanford for 6 cents.. grammar school department of the sunlight. While standing admiring) J

Miss Waring Jgceola" High School,, arrived last and perspiring. I was joined by a
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Mr.V. J. WsfIngand and'he and I also talked. of
week and II. occupying one tt the "native ....
visited OrlandoWednesday.<< Lleuder cottages'lu West.. KUslminee' many things, but mainly of fish, and .:

Smoke Key West. Havana, tll..bto...t5o when I said how funny it seemed to
Cigar on the market. ??*",' While-to cure Stone IndigestionMri .Llthla Water: guaranteed see them1 swimming up, and, dciwo tbe fP LAKI WE LEAD IN SUMMERCLOTHING : /

'streets of the town he said; 'That .
County Jud e. W. H.; Jhnllton'vl.- Paul'Yates, who bad been con-*. is nothing what happened here In ...
ited Sanford on business Monday. lined to his home for several days 18-. At that time people sat on the "-

Insist on White Stone Lithia Ginger with a severe' case of fever was ,' top step of lobe bank and caught ten!' 'viy+Mb' ,

Ale It will give you health. taken to the hospital Orlando lallt {pound trout as fast as they could bait ,
1 Friday. His many friends 'lO\\>'!' for their book. In fact that was, the time
Mr. C. W. Griffin and family
returned -
when Klseimmeecommenced to be'shipper
him a speedy a
recovery.llefore
last Friday from Clayton! Oa._ .- of fish, for the people could ..SCHOOL OPENSSEPT.
spending -your money, See stand. In their doorsand -catch ,
Stanford ball an up-to-date line of so .
.
Men's Hats. Neckwear Ac. now good! at Stanford's.Mr. many fish, they began to ship them to 11TH.: 1905

H. C. Stanford returned Mon the North nnd now you see to whatprdportloua
Dr. W. C. Person-of Orlando was from New York where that business has grown
morning
day ,
tJ In town on professional business, Salirday. he has been laying bill fall and win- 1.0. 1 that perhaps Anna- + Always Remember the Full Name

ter stock of roods. He bought a large nlas was not dead, after all. as .1. left

White Stone lAihla W ater and-"Ale I and splendid stock, which is now arriving blni. : Send your little ones to us '

at all Soda: founts. I eyer1.day.. Rromo
made for In '
the bf
That fish story me so hot, thatI anything way Laxative QuinineCures
Judge( C. O.: Butt, of Orlando spent I From now until Nov. 1st, we will wandered, on sometime wi hout.. noticing 'SIa.tes. Tablets Pencils Etc. ,
,
Wednesday In town on crofesloual sell all kinds of' stew meat at 5J. cents anything, but finally ran plumup .

\ .business. r rI pound. KISSIMNEK URO. Co. against a man, who like myself, and-we'will see,that they get

I; \'ou will find prices and goods If you want Comfort and Service: seemed deep jn meditation. 'In fact the best, for we sell nothing: Cures a Cold in One t Day, Grip Two.

'" 'right at Stanfords, try blm. combined, buy your shoes from Stan he looked so much worse off than myself

Shall Onoeol.-UcJhc only county In ford.Mrs. asked; I him immediately the cause brightened of his deep up,mel.and 'else.' ,. '. ""i8. : -eij11111111111111i1111i11T11111i11111111111111111n11111t11

South, .Florida wTorout an exhibit at A. Hi Barnes and her two .amcholly: It appears that he was one FINE LINE c 233.F .

the Fair? grand children, Ella May .and Jamie otthe "City Fathers" and bad been BOX STATIONERY JUST. RECEIVED.

White-Stone Lithia Water and Gln- Wallace, returned.home, Wednesday .trying to have the streetsworked.- h _. ,'
v Ver Ale acts on the kidneys and liver. night after two months very pleasantly Said: he, "this Is the biggest fool townI / t
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spent with her daughter Mrs. T.J. 111T1t11111
fM Mr. N. O. Bryan returned Saturday ever struck-'I try to work' the streets KissimmceDrugCo !
Smith at Valdota..Ua. ;
: when the ground is dry and = .NORTHKISSIMMU.-;
everybody
from a short Tl.ltto his old bome at >HON N. 8 ,
MarsbaMlle, Oaf 1 Stanford bas the Buster Brown blames me about raising so touch Phone 41..sa..wsaa.w..iN.. :
Stocking for boys and girls. None dust and sand. I then quit and" wait GRIFFIN "
c. W ,
"Dorothy Dodd"Ladles shoes' has .better. until tbe ground 'gets' wet, and then I.

the style nonbetter/ at Oann's. everybody curses me for m.idnlf'.o' ,
B. F. ii"n. Jr. is back from "
Capt. .
much mud; and turning over the grass
L. Chandler returned with
__MiVjA '
his trip to FortBaslnger., and to rot and cause fever And then when
bis 'amliy from'Nashville jon Wednesday that .it -took blm three days to get. I catch the ground in right shape; and .. "

night. ... throuj i-the hyacinths.10.-tbe Kill Ilm- start In to fix street, tbe. people on" l 'WI.'TOWIVSEND( ;: I ,Fancy family Groceries '

r See the J: new line ":.Shirt waist. atStanford's. mee river but that her,succeeded in every other street say that lam show s' JEWELER i

I *, . ...., : .' j' '. Baslnget with the Naomi3rd.Fort ing partiality or that I happen to own I '.
i 1 i i 4Mrs. '( ' : !Myers Press. property on that particular street, or L AND W ..TCHMAKER :
Paul ,Yates went, .up toOrlancfo *
y .. something else equally mean; so :life . 'FR S:8"ME S
and Sundaes .
Monday to visit her husband, !who. Is Sodas" at = 20 YEAR SQOLDFILLEO.CABE.15 . : :
has been made burdensome tome .
,
MILLER OV.ICT'S. so . .
ID the hospital at that place. L
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i I came out to be alone this morning :::: . .. ..1
a If-you need a rood horse 'mule or .Ma.ter'Fred Bill and his brother, to.meditate 00 whether I would resign, = ELGIN. OR WALTrlAM, ifs ifi = r
milk cow 1 tet> me Bifure with you. Victor:, were in town Monday. Fred run away or commit suicide.. 1 haven't i ,., I -Dieliveiy-every, .at any hour patronage'solicited. ; =

tt DB. 'HILLIPS. who Is only twelve years of age Is decided yet." And so I left him but '!?
looking after the postofflce atUarcoossee his troubles affected me so deeply.( I i s. IU11UU1UU11U11il h1Uih11 lt1LtIUhU11UU11U11i1UU11U1U1i1f
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Mrs. Roma Thom..a-Ieft. on the noon i .. ,
during his father's absence 10EnQ'laod decided to postpone nay. ramble into -
'-train yesterday to visit relatives atPslatka and the patrons say be South Klsslmmee"some future day. I : ",1 :
and Green Core Springs.FOR I
makes a very efficient postmaster. ,4 IDLER f mnminwmmNmwwwC f 111111f1f1111111f
S J..E't set of cattle or hay will rJ 111111f 11 Intl 11
until Nov. 1st.
From we
scales, 6,000 pounds capacity. Apply now Notice from the Mayor .
sell all klndrof 'stew meat. at -6| cents .
to W., U. .MAKINSON Co. pound. KISSIMMKK Gno. Co. Attention Is thereby) ; called to those PS : g-- : I T 'YBAKERY": -

1 We were pleased) to see Mr. Ed Wha-. E. A. Nleroeyer, of the Cl'tV Bakery persons woo!) dally. and without cauae [ :1 '
ley on 'our streets again Saturday, after violate Section 7i,' Ordinance of the '
has purchased John Hughes peddling := .
several weeks of 'Illness. ::::I );, "
sever! Town, In regard to using: profane language -
wagon; and will use It.as a delivery N ',
n White Stone Lithia Water and Glnsrer wagon. It was originally used a.. a on the public streets.. E, ;

Ale took gold Medal at. Louisiana delivery wagon by a bakery In Tampa, It is a disgrace; to our town, and. 1 'I II I '.
Purchase Exposition. and corresponds handsomelywith the very embarrassing to ladles and gentlemen I '
name of the"City Bakery.!' who-are compelled to listen to t gilt- ; I
Miss M. C. returned last Saturday ;
Bryan these.vlle oaths from people who seemtogl I WORK QUA NTBHD "
afternoonfrom larshalvllle) AH summer clothing at reduced all self respect, and 'J FRESH BREAD CAKE' I '

. :13a., where she spent the 'summer at prices" Katz,.. the Marshal is hereby instructed to I FINE UNit Of 8PBOTAOLBSY . =-: .w ._
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\ her old' home. Don Register, of Doer, ls> 'In the strlcfly! 'enforce this ordinance regardless .Y.a KXAMINBD FNet H AND:PIES.. EVERY DAY. "
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Ladies White Lawn Shirt Waists at city and intends completing his law, of sex,, age or.colol'. --_.__.._- 3,

Stan fords' at (boo) and up see them.! studies In the office ,of Connty Solicitor:: J.r W. AJDBKHOLD 'Mayor. '

,. Rev.' U. P. Jackson was made an Geo. P. Raney tr"; Mr. .Uelll ter is a Sept. 1st, 1905. O 000000000000 E i AGENT: WHITE.STAR, LAUNDRY. 3'f

f Esquire by Friendship Lodge K. of P. thoroughly capable young man and Mr. o--W: Ward-tT ..tllrDed to WashIngton gy: 'PAOKAQB& OALLBD fOR: AND DBUVKFIKD. Z3t j
the Tribune wishes all success for 1 .
Wednesday night, and D.. N. Floyd last .
himself and the future law night. i .. -. .- ---'
possible : ; .
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took the decree of Page. j
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The rainfall In Klsslmmee for July Reasons .1!
firm of Raney & 'Register.-Tampa ,
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NOTICE.-While I am away, Prof. Tribune. and August aggregated 87.87 intbes.Mre. ., .e SAYI TALKING ABOUT A 'PINE.INE: OF LUNCH, '3

W. B. Hinton will look after my business. Our Sodas:) are unexcelled la flavor W. L. Van Duzor' and Miss.Elinor' .- gr GOODS.. CANDIES.. NUTS ,&O...; ,WE HAVE"THEM. ,3
J. M, WILLSON JR. ,
,iJMr. :
returned
and our Cream is out of sight. Monday night from

l : H. H.- Peiteway,7;>f Gabriella, MILLER & OVEKSTREET. Jacksonvillewhere they had been fori.he == FRESH ROASTED K
brother's two months .visiting Mrs. Van
Is In of past
. charge turpen- -
'Mr. and and Mr. H. M. Plann and '
,. tine business a't Lougbman, duringthe daughter Miss Marietta, returned Duzor's. parents.. % WHY ?f./; PEANUTSALLTHETIME-!

I' illness of thelatter. Wednesday night from New York Sheriff J. M. Walker went down to YOU SHOULD BUYyOUR"r :?l111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 UlUUi1C t

''''' tlf Flue Watch Repairing.-Guaranteed State, where they have been spendingthe Arcadia this morning towitness the 'MIIATS'PAQM :
... and execution of Isaiah who is US."; "
j1 f to pass the railroad inspector summer. M. Slngletary Cooper, to .
".t MAX AUSCHWITZ. children and Mrs.. Waring stopped off be hanged there today fltr the murderof .
on their-wsty back to join Mr. Slngle town' Marshal Bowmalt ot' Punta @ .-'
: Mr, Ladd Masse r of Ft.. Mill.- S. C. who spending awhile In the Gorda.;
' ryt tary Pint'
'came home with his Cousin J. W.
. Miller. last Sunday abd will soend mountains of North Carolina.. Mr. Offle Bandy left Wedneala< for Our meat to of bettor quality Lend: T '

: some lime here. President Brown after addressingan \ Battle, Creek, Mich., where he wtll.ea- ee.r.'and Joloyw,then jrtm obtola 't 'High

;, FOR BALE.-Two, borsea and buggy enthusiasticmeeting ol- citizen at ter, a sanltartutn-rto be treated for anywhere slewa.cosd: *' : Grade: Whiskey
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For further Infprmatlail apply toW.y. Klsslmmee In behalf of the Fair move.moot stomach trouble with which. he has -
_
l ,-"bas returned. He found the suffered for some time '
WA.R1NQ. ,
Ws-1eU cheaper. ttuitf aJIT.OM.. ...I .J :
residents of Osceola county highly 'Mi.leddleaton. .
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Miss who has ,
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weelt .
Mr. It. D. Fuller returned last : eqthuslastlo over the Fair as is the Third '" -
from his place near Winter Haven all section t the been spending( some-time here with her baadlisW
case throughout T> W ara UwonljowrkM tliai T'H'E
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grand-father'Mr. : v s'sr. J 'OAFE:
where he Is --preparing to plant COO State and that county will be 'represeated left Wednesday night tab her home !at; .alae w-.tara ma have.UW ,
grapefruit and liOO peach: trees. by a fine exhibit wlt.boot.doubt. dn- .y and MtonUy.Prarth' '
Miami. She was accompanied as far
.
Dr. P. Phillips went up to' Orlando: -Tampa Tribune. as Sanford by Mr. Graves. .. -- 'I *

Wtednesdajuto talk milch -Cbws! to theN Mrs- )I. Carson';; of Reynolds.-., Mr. C. E. Wad, the tuner-,-, was )jn W.deliver promptly: ; If yon order Near Passe'na.i-'Depot; Klsslmmae(
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citizens of That city, and to determiner mother of Hon. O. A. Carson.who has town on professional busineisahe.eary.part a POM$for dinner from us., you sat Hotel and 'the Graves 'House. ,.. .. ,
r advisability ot bringing a car load been on a vlalt.'of several weekswith )*U Urn for dinner not mppOT. - : Gtir.
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of the week-!:,- .' .. f ; fy
there for sale. the family of the latter left .for her : t. .. ? \ ( -f .
aYoe
r I will"bring kind of ad home Monday. She was accompanied Miss Llllle Farnsworth has returned Fltta' ". -"a "A.- 3. BKABMHL : '
'Proprietor
' von any home by Miss Little Carson, who will from the Cupper part uf the, State MB order your meat torn trt k- ) 't"
+ animal you need' and gurantee satls- attend Cox College; at College Park where she h... been teaching.. fut from ms at say ttara :red yo ."- ; .. w ".. "
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piu fdoe't r .' -
;i U Oa.; the coming-session. Mrs. O. A.: The Osceola High'Schocl, wUl open b.n tov..k to''*'* tee order '
t ..bat_.0' 1 oo -
accompanied them oorthelr :
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; r:'_d Mrs. J. L." Beaman were Carson journey as far as Orlando. Smith's Monday article Sept llth.this Read Professor la i'-iia' .' now bare tie largest stock of: Wines. 'WhlVkfes; w : "
41 led to Brookevlll Sunday 'by a "I/ a on subject! a>n- I ,
( egram announcing the death "of 'Mr. J. W..'Miller."returned Sunday other column. WO' .... a>/ boat tbar'i.' 1 and Beers "e.er''< handled KIsatmmee... 'All. J
; .' B ". weeks -.s.-: ''....toe--S tba. :: ... .-
ra A. Whelpley. Mrs Whelp- night from two : outing, part < "OTI B.' grades at prices to .1Iff.th.'tlm..i i. v .. e
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'le7 was Meet Seaman's pisterand.... of ,,which time\ was spent In Washlog- i ,.ssI.W tcla81t *.* *'*?* .' t II!

"'-, -, ;F ited her here a few. months ago jBhewa IOIIFUI-a., and New York City, sight.seeing. ,ThegnlarSeptember'examination. Irw- V'f' :. .. c : .. ('"f f.l\\
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on a visit to another slater, Mrs. On his way'borne he" stoppeda for'teachers will be ,be held at the ..fltHONar.'i .- .' { .. .' .. j
I ; hand., at Fort Myere and died y.r7' few days with relatives at Rook Hill. Court House,. II1Dto1fr..l0 o'clock ,, --, -, j ..- ,,.. -. ",, 1-'" ..-.'",,' ,,h
'Jfaddenlv last nlgbtT much' pleasedWith sw m...Tuesday Set 4 -' 1900. .
., Saturday The S. C. Jim, was very pi. I OYERSTREtr
''q rvmalns,were shipped to' 'Bcooksvlll his trip and can talk interestingly .Applicants will provide,themselveswith B'J E::: A''t.\ .' ; '.
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and burled in the Lake Llndsey emeo 'for'hours telling of what he saw paper. and 10L. '. .
'w tery near that place.. and heard. ,' f W.J'.S&AU.., du.pt..
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:Progress of Rice Culture. NATURAL: FISH. "' SAN -YES A UMEML ,v f H ouseold A WOMAN? ORDEAL :

t Strange Inland Formation ;
OB the
of Many people do not realize: the power QUESTIONS
DREADS DOCTORS
..;.IJraallUn Coast. that the sun exerts even on such unyielding -

'w, INDUSTRY BECOMING X LEADING The Word "atoll" to Portuguese 'sig substances as solid stone.' The 1 A' utters 'Thousands Writ;to MraJt-rtaa ia.tyma

'O nifies a group oC reef. forming aismall Washington Monument U well known' : JCAM. sad ..eeI.e, vaa___. Advls .
ONE. . THE, SpUTH." ." . ..*.: bay,. Tbe Atoll da* Rocas la.& natural to bend itself measurably before' the I Absolutely Oon Wl.ti lal ,... Free.

horseshoe, where, fish are caught la. a sun's ray, and numerous other, Instances Soiled Clothes Barral. There can'be ;;more terrible. ordeal .

;, Ih ptd Development of Lands In Louisiana find Texas: : ., and labyrinth. The Island may be reached' : are on ''record proving' tbe bom. Where soiled clothes have I'd"' be keptIn to ft delioate, 1le011"... refined woman ..r

Decline In a.orcl..d the Carollaas..Irrlratloii. ) of tn. from Pernambuco by 'boat In sit: -hours, age which'eveti Inanimate nature thus-' the bathroom', ns in crowded flat than to b* obliged to ...w.rf, certain

Fleld..laa.plcr.Uoa'Att".ct.1i to the NeW;'" ; Rice- and I.. sltuaieU\ 125 mile northeast pays 'to the'ceotrebt! all life. houses this must .be, a small barrel 1 questions. regard to her private Ilia, "I"
''' 'I froouCape San Roque'and eightyfourmiles One of the most curious things of this even'when those questions are asked
.
States..Increased
Crowing
Consumption 01' painted ,inside and out, with holes! In by. her family physician. and manoontlnae /
,
'- the"Cereal..Value of Output of Cult. " .,the sides for ventilation Is better-thai) r

Region, Last Year .12OOO.OOO.. ./ 'n hamper-that Is'to sayIt! Is better! t .ojj

It,. I "or-the pf'Ophlln the-house and just as ,.'
good. for the clothes, I,
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ASIIf': GroN' D. C. -Offlclals rice han been gradually given over to -- '

of the; Department other crops. M..ltl.' ".rt."...

ri c W of Agriculture' are watchIng IMMIGRATION ATTn\cTED.,! .TO linrble surfaces should becleaned by
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t with a great -Interest SOUTHWEST.One rubbing with 11' Ilflsle nude pf a large"

'L, {/ the progress of the rice: of ,the'reeulta of 'the satisfactory lump of 'Spanish whiting and a teasjxxinfuKof -.
r'' > culture work vow .carried "' ) washingsoda lif enough v
development In the Gulf
,
region according -
on 10 the .pew rice beltalong the Gulf waiter to thoroughly dissolve the whit-
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of"Mexico In Louisiana! and TPTA8n to the Department's reports,
lug. Rub thai paste, on with a flannel 1
4R has been a benvy stream. of Immigration .
" Conditions there'have potbeeu'wbohy17E toward'the*South; west. The rJllronda'there cloth leave! for half an hour, and then ,

satisfactory' during tile last year, butt ,liave been 'xvnsh off with warm. water and dry
very.active.in!
department Is 'dolnc'.II'lt canto carefull*.". v. ' f
inducing immigration! from otberSta"tt'll f.I
help the rice ..planters, and the Indications riTeI4aairen t
in the Union, and from other .t.fi
,1* 1 ; are that the growing of-the! white countries. The comparative cheapnessof A NATURAL:: ., FISH TRAP. ',. An"Chloride left"" .... ......,b. ,
cereal I In' short time
a comparatively .
.S y', r ti will be of the Industries tae rice lands has appealed to- the -.1 . . -- o-t lifie i ', 1* a n effective to suffer rather than a bml'.

"'a one principal. newcomers! and they havetaken!' up the from tbe.Inland of San Fernando .sort'ever reported Is) spoken of by"the ole i'lu $\\.01,1,,$,1IjffiCllty! lies In Its. 1 to examinations which so many physl-
of.the Southwest..,
J t! growing1 tbe cereals Tile' tblng.baa' de Xoronha.; It '.111 fourteen miles in Scientific Amt r1co"' It Is a heavy application by'oue'liot knowing Its corvoslve I clans propose in order to intelllg.uUytreat

;q The acreage < '+ ; its and Texas last rear comprisedInytythreepercea one-half wide/ At elib tbereefs at'chloride of Ilme ls I son many pbyslelane fall to
?.: nt the pntlrgfloeat There Is no apparent danger ofnyultimateroverprodaettouotric mile tide mounted on a pedestal as { monumentIn ( there a reclpefor( I female disease. i
arc almost completely out of the, !' the! cemetery' Marlon, Ohio. Thisbalhretghw4tU making\ what is'cnllivl jsvelte! water. j 1 cure* f
!
4 's, Acreage of tbe United States, according This also the reasbn why thousands)
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water and at !hlKbTTlde ..Th: In. t.lea.clr.-AndJLmlldp and usej'
t In this country, since.the- home demand t ('yare on a potmda-aud-It-would- n ; -
of_woma are oarrespoadlnr
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? ; to figures published not total long of, ago G10,7ix( bythe largely exceeds the -homegrown supply level with the sea. The difference: between take special machinery to move.lt. ......C"
+ Department. | but the increase in production has high' and''low.tide Is about lilne Nevertheless It la ('onstantlfmovlng.U spot', and wlil); ifJuaf bleach: yellowed. 1iiI_. To her they can confide erery
In the -two States
1 acre was planted been! father too rapid,, "increased feet. The' boy IK completely shelteredas IIH'cu ns well! as'Hint pnrlly'bleacbed.Quite detail of their illness, and tl'OlD'
4G and as tbe total five years ago, when shown her I'"a"kDDwl.dir.. obtained from
consumption has not( kepi .pace withIt ( in Mie sketch) and the waterwithin ,
r, rice-was first recognized as n'staplo InNH' Ilcogrown| was so easy and so' 'the enclosure Is about thirteen "' .."1,;'(L.n.i yetr.-ofexperienoe: in treating femaj. \
,that section was only 210,390. it will Ills, Mrs. Plnkham can ad.... women
remarkably profitable at first that the feet dee] 11. During l low tide l tbe en, j t the simplest way to wash lace than the local physician.Hc .
be that wisely
seen was more
the Increase: more
Q, than 190 per'ccnt Louisiana now has planters thought it unnecessary to give trance-of the buy I in almost closed by l. I I III to Make! a soul,lather l hy shredding how 101.... Pinkham befpod Mrs. .. .
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y; e In rice. Last much attention to the usual problems & shoal. The const in these latitudes a quarter of a pound of soap, Into n T. C. WUladsen, of Manning.. la. She)
tbelaT'l.'st year '
acreage
31Gr OO' were.plaated. Texas is which ,Confront all who help to raise abound* In flsli. for which tbe Atoll das ( wyr. quart of water Allow thin to simmer writes t tDwtr ;"I
acres
the -crops which feed the country. liocns- furnishes! a favorable retreat a'M over a slow lire until lvo showing a much more rapid rate of Increase tlut have saved
'I you ny
can truly
They waking to the of and -&I t. the same time constitute a little of tills. In clean v' say
!, having gone from Sin acres are up necessity! yr. Put n a wl 1t.< life, and I snot "uprcoa'my graUtud In
A little more <-lire now, however, and trap of gigantic.proportions.,, This peculiar nc<-Uc.l- KlnH bottle. Put I'n the lace words. B*fon I wrote. to you dulling you "
in 1800 to 234: &,:OaUi 100It& is officially
it the Department expects: goodresults.Although Island is formed by an aggregation also lifter tlioronitlil.v. Mmklnif till dust] how 1 felt! I bac1.doo..1'IIf1. f.r o .r two VMTS .J
established that about T,500OQp acres! and lol.ot in mdfoliMe
twdy, Kpent moa.y !
I consumption rho s not b en of a. very porous Jlmec-touc with out of It. Then"cork tlit I bottle mill- *
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su- which have not yet been touched are e tv , b<,wid Increasing, as rjpldlr a. production! in I numberless holy and rreop. forming shake It the Il. -A. s often as the salter ,f
.., Available\ for rice culture 'In the two l th'
ri" H while Individuals who this country It has nevertheless shown : n natural tiUoHoe J: for all Ui>h mid 4 ,y"r ItecuiueH dirty pour" It fIT niiil add t Ing l spells|] barkarba" bMTtaK-down pa1Da.and r. ",,, -.;t
a t States, are on material advances since the time when, "creeping thing," aocorJliiR'tO report er't fresh HhiikliiK; nx befun. iny monthly period. wen very irregular. and
the ground and fehould know whereof ttnally ooMwl. 1 wrote to ue fur ,
1. 1Iar' lone bas about five years nc<>,.tlie! Giilf j-lce belt from United'states Consul General Vlipii It In ,clean rinse first In warm vine sad nvol.v...d a totter f uii of :
Texas
t 7 they speak, that first attracted attention. At that time Sooner at Ulo de> Jinelro.Itlo valor and then In cold. . I lint, what todu, and .commend.our"i i
at least 10 )00,000 acres of land
: on
the annual per crfp'ita consumption of .tit!' Janeiro InipoVts nliout two ,4 leave l'I'nd. a thick piece of flniinol lydl E. Ilokham'a Vorrtablo
,' which rice may.'be; successfully grown.\ t and I hava been rwtotWT to parfvct
ry, 1 Tbe Industry has plentyof room In rice in this country was cnly about tons of salted or dried fliA per week; tkt' ka t the size, of til.-- Info. ]Lay It on a el.-au Had It not beta tor you I wotud Ua...
'r fi Fw
three pounds Now; the Department estimates nil of which could easily be supplied + .table l .pull tin liii- :f II.i,>till.v Into sluipi\) 11I- ..ra.e to-day ,
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which to
r expand.IRRIGATION it at over five, and It is predicted from the Atoll das Ilocan, besides lobsters picking! out all lie( little points and'ins.telling MounU' lnof proof establish the fact 1

OF RICE FIELDS. -unofficially, of pourse-that the and other "frutll til mare" If them each ti with n pin. that no tneaicme In the world eq.&la.Lydla .
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E. Plnkham's Vegetable Cum-
The 'experts of tbe Department say 'campaign' of ed01'1\ tlon" set on foot fishing. were properly organized at tbl Above all never Iron or blue flue lace( pound for roctorlntf' woman's health
I
h 1, 1 that the! prairie lands along tbe'Gulf, by the! railroads of the Southwest and unique Island, .which. In fact constitutes - Ironlne. makes! It lOb In)'. Itluiiij In criminal J

l reaching from Bayou Tuche In Louisiana other Interims; will eventually carry It the greatest natural 11xh reser- ns the riviimy tint of lace U Ir.t .

't' "I to a point near tbe mouth of the to ,forty pound Tile establishment volr and at tin seine! time the most THIS 4200-POUKl) STONB ......1. BOTATf.SON : wont admired quality| j' OUR'sPEcfAi.TY f
I' known as the! "Rice Kitchen' which rlgan.iv. natural Gab trap known to : ---
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,f iO.Rio Grande In Texas, are better adapt. ITS BASK. 3-4.
attracted so much attention at the St. geography. l:a.y Waahlof.A 1 dollar
ed to rice culture than those- of any I dollar
I summer. of On hla retiring from active serviceIn Tkru Iwo skirts, for fin ]
', other section of the country. f1nd; rprc'aent Louis Fair last was a,pad of Itself with the render. sends 118 the following
S ISO!0, the Brazilian Admiral, Pedro encouragement ottht' 1 MAOC. 'TO VOUH MCaaUHC.Writa :. ,1
this and of the roads
: the propaganda, one I neiluxl: of At t night
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f conditions, these lands are!' doiij.tl C washing:
sun. .. ........ ...
Benjamin de Cer
has Issued thousands of ofa
copies all
the white clothes .
1 put to soak In
which It be I
only ones on can profitably.cultivated.
Last It
noticed the
spring that
from the Brazilian : was MODEL SHIRT CO..
Government
"rice cook book, which has been translated the ex. clear soft water. The next uiornji2 'j'
These prairies for some ball was rotating, andrepeated, measurements : Dort.4 A;
:
4lu.I'eblto: tlu
'l1hloS ludulltr1.attills
foreign .
Into several languages.Japan I rub tlieiii lightly through the --
;4 distance back from the Gult'are under'Ialll have demonstrated the factbe'onll water in a.al..ty.ll.,1N.'s
by a stratum of-lmpervknu clay. : bas been especiallynterested In Island for. thirty years and after I which they have been snaked. < with the ,
+l.u. the matter, and the Mikado's Government till recent death his children Inherited any queRtlou. 'The motionaverages I addition of half. bar of I '".
a which
V'A, it Is absolutely necessary to:; havethe about on Inch a month. It will II soap, "
t rice fields covered with water dur has soot a number of colonists to tbe monopoly, but they'are. not making 1ms been sliced Into water and heated I .l.t lwra ryap .".. nN ,t
be noted from the
t' use of It, and. it is Bald hate to engraving: that the I In Urn.. a..la by dufe..a
agreed
ing the growing season, the clay subsoil Texas, 'with the view of sending a circular unpolished spot at which the until dissolved to each tub of water, K
great more It the first are dispose of.their privileges to a company PUt the boiler
makes this possible. On ordinary many! onea on two-third: full of
; ball
originally was placed on the!' pedestal -
land thousands of successful In their work. The Italian'Ambassador which\ has been organized for the! pur water and prepare* ns tor boiling, the
i the Irrigation
galwPJ'of Is now about half way up sbow-
on his recent! trip pose.-Philadelphia Record.rnd.ra.M. : usual with THERE MONEYS\ CORN STALK.
water-and all the rice fields,in the..jiewbelt through 'Ing a. quarter turn of the ball. way" ,. Houp or washing pow I
a y' are Irrlgatwould soak Iq Texas; paid 'particular attention to the" Scientists are not agreed as' to .the! ''dl'r. Take about a quart of the soapy I .rIM.lor(...caialt> ,. I. A. . .a.AILeesNa. %h

vl,,: almost Immediately, but on tbe prairies rice industry, and It is regarded! as Dow to fit ourselves -Into God's good exact explanation, of this Interesting .water and 'put It where It will boll up, "
noW foregone conclusion that the hundredsof and as 'noon ns It bolU add to It twotablcupnoiifulfl I What, He Meant
where rice Is grown so extensivelythe plan .Is the question which dally con phenomenon, though It Is apparent that :
underlying clay prevents this waste his countrymen! who are expected to fronts each one elf) us. And baving the! movement Is due In some way to ; of coal I oil, a lid:.UI' It I -.e

\ of water,; and the process of Irrigation emigrate to the South as a result._of_ lone all things etatuls. Love-guldes-us. 1bi.bent oUbe "un. Probably tbe beat I JhoroiiKhly, pouring the mixture!' Into Mr. Grlggsfleld was a ma awho

Is therefore comparatively: Inexpensive. the reports he will make to his Govern,, In seizing tbe.opportunity to observe causes one- aldiTof the tnFrtcTcipand;' tlie.l )ller-of water and stirring it well. meant well, but was unfortunately ad-,
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'All of the big ricegrowing'concerns ment, will devotees much "of their ind- to /act ltht-j-eadlnena and tact.. more! than the other, thus causing, au Into thls puT Uie.tlTOTiestclothp; ; .dieted .t.o.thehabJt.ot .saying the '

' :liave their own pumping plants located time to the raising' of rice Mo'.. any Having done oil. things .to the best of crPE'plns.motion.which Is infinitesimal boll as before. If more water Is u ed-! wrong thing at all times and In all circumstances. .

k long the banks of some,river or bay6u. other, crop. ,., our ability-we perforce obey tbe divine from.day today, but .which .Is natlc&Able.arter -, ['(>d till with Koft.wnt'er'ind a'little"tnora; ( ', . An acquaintance of his f

', The pumps fill op the'blg mala supply VALUE OF GULrf REGION'S. ., OUT command to stand and learn. ., .: ,- ., a time. , soap. The cloliie's/.wlll' need ,but'lHtlo, [ bad Buffered! a.vere'lnJurl. In a> rail
canals, scores of miles of which are tot "*\PUT.- : rnbbloc' ; and wlH.'rlinw: ,out i-ieauronir "way wreck. Including brdkefl' nosey ,';


e found. traversing the rice belt/and, ''The valne of the output of rice in the { white unit rnaybebiued o.nbungan:\ the loss of three or four teeth, and a

' from these lateral Irrigation ditches Gulf region last year. was upproxUmately the *uniulne;. reheat the boiled water 'ga<< .tr"cro8s'' one of his cheeks; but '

lead oat.across the field. The smaller I 12000000. That Is to say, the, ... and'It more soap !la needed add l It his hurta were 'not* serious, and be

farmers either rent their water supply year's crop'brought that amount to the e q >>y'g i {'d ; + :'xn''y1r '"*lfi.,5 JN. i to tbe water In. which the -coloredr.otbes was soon on the street again somewhat

from tbe big concerns, or Irrigate their planters for their ."rough" grain. The C ,: :o,'" ''l R ., rp;% l. .,p1 'k' r d ?t, d'+, will wa_h 'out, nice and clean : disfigured but In good working .

Y ,4": fields.from wells dug especially for the cleaned grain, as sold to the consumers : with but little I'u'ublns.: The Com order. '

purpose. Artesian water Is easily obtainable 'of tbe country, brought 'more than "f moner. One of the first men to greet him
In most.parts of the Gulf region twice that. .r '": o't; v rT+c, ,<. ,,uat', b: >s'y; +. , < "" after .his recovery was Mr. arl g"
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_; ;so that-this la'.tier process. .Is compa . This- Is one phase of the matter In 1 :kF, ":a, i t.. Fr jwr'',Lt.a.b'd} fi field who grasped him cordially bil.be

rail vely cheap. which the public at large is vitally In hand and exclaimed: _

The clay subsoil also ms.kes.it possible terested. The price to the producerand i I c o 3 ENoLp L I "Hello Williams! I understand .'' ,
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for the farmers to drain their fields that paid by the consumer are! obviously :)\-),' i you have been pretty badly hurt I a aam

thoroughly afharvest time. It is essential too far The middlemen I t
apart. It. glad to see yqu so much 1m
a ': that this be done, '10 order to are making too great n profit. The I, rRECJ: r P E C(> [ I oroved."
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"permit the,use of beayf: harvesting' and 'Ideaof- tbe Department of Agricul -- ----""" Later, when fie refl kctod upon It, he .

.'d threshing machinery! the enforced'absence ture's''' agents apparently that, the j understood why Mr. Wllllann responded ;::;
'" Andhhiirlnn!! Cr"nin-I'our Into a por-
: of In tbe old
Which rice-growing farmer does not get enough for his to thisgreeting with such a
.' In the South Atlantic States has ( l'lnlll't'lIlIpl one pint of sweet Crt'lllll8n.1
region grain and that the consumer pays too
I'mlle.-YOJlth'. Companion.i
t one'of !' to the queer ,
been so largely responsible for 'the much for It after It has pasted through x d orange JulcAd.1' ,
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4'' '. decadence of the rl e'ndustrt, there. the bands of the miller the wholesale mixture 'twelve ouuc-rn of au; nc. nod .

-INCREASED PRODUCTION- dt'lller'I the retailer, and the various, i x s, r , rf + half the peel of one orange.;; leftistfor The Dlfferene i
S' IN" ,
7 Kt one hour. Then utr.Hfu through/ Gun i We were pleased with an Instancewe .
others wbo are now participating In ' .
ji l.. ,
LOUISIANAAND TEXAS. l. ( tl. er'r> b t I
4 x 'l.-, muslin, add a little orange/ flower water came across the other day of the
the profits. If can be devisedwhereby
s a means a ?sr' rT illl" 1 Y '
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;1 and freeze readiness of attache at the .
.. The decrease of rice production In they the cost of rice to the people an Qrltlsh

.. *S: Carolina and Georgia, Incidentally, who eat It can be brought down to Walnut Fnks>-Buttei* size of an egg Embassy In St.Petersburg.! At din- '

;i ; ". has,. been even more marked than the\ !' what It ought to bo,, and still allow, a ", J, cr 't s l '"1 '' '' v + one cup of sugar, two eggs well beaten .ner at the palace he had the misfortune '

9 A ,increase In Texas// and Louisiana. fair profit to everybody concerned: ,' y os rtY'G 7' s4 t7 tk three-'i
;; ,There bar been sixty-four per cent. there can be little doubt that consump +e tiY4r ,,, a halt tenslwonhl| of baking: powder, .Fall-on cola en Angleterre asked
r lose In 'In the last five ; flour make the Czar from the other end of the
,i acreage years tion will show an even more rapid rate enough to a batter fairly ..
and 'reports made by the Bureau of of Increase than It bas In the past.- firnv\. but not thick; chopped walnuts, table. "Oh_ yes," came the answer, ""

;6 .Statistics Indicate t continuance of this .New York EVenIng"Post.Tralard :| one cupful. Hake with paper over (top but In England, "on ne le rernarque

u S 'decrease' and the ultimate extinction rs of pan for a few aiiniitea; .then, brown. pas"-London Saturday. Review. '

:A ., of the rice-growing industry In that "l>.ea.. Asparagns Patty-CA Chlcpgo woman ." ..
t to the time the E. K. Mastersojn farmerof \
f region, which up value a prominent vN who manages a famous restaurant In

' !o- of the Gulf' belt, was discovered;was this county: bas found a way. to rid that ('It X. originated nn asparagus patty BABY' INSTINCT .'.

supreme In the world of rice produc his vineyard of the grasshoppers which which Is. greatly relished b,.. her patrons. Show Ha [.... What Food to SUeta. To

j' tion.. None of tbe-three Atlantic States have been Invading the Bounty In' The potty is the usual case of "

"r ,y has been harmed by the gradual, dlml'nation countless' thousands. Every!: evening puff paste, only It is made long instead Forwarding a photo of a splendidly :

;w. ,.' \ of the -acreage and yield of the for several days he walked through! his ef round, and Jut the. shape. and size handsome\ and healthy ;young boy, a '

cereal, because. In practically every Vineyards'with flails, beating the grasshoppers to bold:abort stalks of asparagus A happy mother writes froman- Ohio 'V

Sn.t.nc..otber crops'bare" been found fromthovines., squadof>> delicious Itolland..i town: ..>
!se sauce Is '
poured
? *' luore profitable.' In the Qnlf.".country, ISO tatui,.ducks followed. him, picking over the patty before. serving. "The enclosed picture shows my 4- '?<
"': ;* on"* tb.<; ,, .''band-a great impetus up -igrasBhoppers.a-,-.fast-as they year-old Qrape' +Nuta) boy. .Ji
Orange Meringue J Pudding: Mix a "Since he was 2 old he bat eat. I ,,ten
r ...has be.n'given general, business, -beT were brushed off the Ylo. ... In a few years
l rcuptul o -breed'crumbs. wltluone nothing but Grape-Nuti.' He demands ,-.i
ti cause: tbe land now- devoted -te rice days the peals left ills, place and his
'Vwas formerly held to be almost! worthless loss was Insignificant In comparison; pint of milk! L..Jubl the beaten' yolks of and gets this food three times a eddy ::

arid the CUItIT. _4t Itpndeux- with the lasses sustained by other", two egg: one ounce butter and a ', This may seem rather unusual', 'of:j

Jstlng1'conditions Is materlaly enhancing farmers and. vlneyardlstn. Mastersoii 1 little sugar, beaten to 8"'cream, the but he does not care for anything else t

Its value. A conservative unofficial says that with 1000 ducks he could A MARTYR. grated rind AnI'juice ot an orange I ; after he -has eaten bl.. Grape-Nuts, ,>

s ),-estimate places at 918,000.000( the In- have driven the pests ont of the entire I The Boy.-"Don't you get awful tired doin' IUIthln', mister" bake in a buttered pie dish until firm; .", blcll he uses with milk or cream and 'f
dS. cover this with the whites of the then he Is through with his meal. Even yy
value of the prairie lands, be* county. -fTo eggs/ J
creased! The Man; -"Terrible; but I never complain. Everybody has their troubles.**
beaten
I slimy..and a little orange Juice Thanksgiving be refused tur fetJkey
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ii cause of tbe discovery! < that they' arepeculiarly -MTUe Tatl*r. Day
adapted to the culture of ..11.l CIa.Tltb Tobaceo 'Tsai. _..:... ____.,,:___ u and sugar; place this in the oven a few! and all the good tblnlf' that make .
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r ?7lce.: I J a, ., j. .'* t4 "'I" .! *J.r Pew WIU&row, .* -well-knowu nier '{ : ; Hla CommtTfi Havy.: r '* Tl.ai *. 00. 0...' ... *"* moments until the meringue( U set. al1(1len'e on that great db aer, and ate hU dish t

} The chespness'ottbe: OulO "bd.,... chant.of IIoJlls, *. pd Kllenboro. proposes ";'.OOh, pooh,," said the roan wlth.th*! A quaint story of Lord Leigh ton- was :.nt once 'ot Grape-Nut. and cream with the best ". I

t ; M compared with those formerly devoted to build ti. church at IIollU wtth yelk>y7wlUkerav-<; A. Ki A. Jwi" Asparagus Soup-When asparagus 1s results and none of th. evils that the

p'td r1eL n.'IIt't --Beethwlttaatlotalc. tobaoco.tagL.t, EvegY:..tgbasco'ehewer'' Jan't inch staggering blow: byinny.means. : (ladles were looking at'tts picture of plenty And cheap, make' au asparagus other foolish member.. of the family' tesperlenced.

., the fact tb'at up-to-date machlnery can ,contribute his part to this cause Whys my; country COQId, '!seeevery'warship Beleo'of Troy"U t Is 'a.horrid picture soup by cooking tO 'etbcl'.ID two quartsof .

r' ; 't'ab be Used one the & .r' and Instrkaoff! throwing,:away. the < she possessed sent to ," .''one remarked, to. the palnter; milks i large bunch of'the best of "He Is never sick, baa a beautiful

fa ,not'on the latter/,/ nidrtli Ieo..u.ra.; ., .Jut dN "tb'1O..Jqto ,iyo it pocet'ta.S,1 ;she<< ,. bottom wltbontadrolttlng. that she -I'm sorry.'but;' Ifs mine" said Sir' vegetables, two, peeled and quartered complexion; arid'Is.considered very I'

tort price xecenily. t.seald| ,',4 x' toe forwsrd'theglt. oJb P%, D. . rraa 41 all "crlpplecTFj! tie lots," i 1, Frederick sajie) then-was., Ohr said potatoes, ;.' stalk of celery") ,, a small handsome boy;; May the Postnm Company '
tbe most l1'olll..l'i.'c,. ': .'- .""STbejerowd yf 'the lady onlou'and a. bouquet 6f..herbs. prosper and I long continue to furnish ' 4
AtlantllCoast,, product, are _. . .1 2 stared it.blin. "-yotj: owt\ mean to say you've When! '
potent ,reasons for"-tho transference Mr.-SVlthrow bought\ and"aold-( : J.rMay,. I.a'k-,.,.the conductor: queried,. bought'' H r.!.. "No.il painted.It.rwas' : soft press through a-sieve and -season their wholesome food."'. Name e

.f Of fhice"ntfe"oTnie"TrcVtJi:
e'W'f.C. S1Ap. use North end South .fact will gir ft very" clear, Idea "I'm from ; r,oumB, t notnU what w. pay,'We' 'with flour and bnttor, 'about two table. MIch.i _ ,v' .. '

+ 9 ....aQ':: rc1 la7. 3 ItTILli: t'typ' : eJ :: Lwfll-bwt.! r *.t1C Wlb ,. '1 .1lilt.-.4\QID.; CI..a.DII. arealy.= .t,wylngwhat eferybody|;. ,spoonfuls, '' of'each.: "'Orte- quart j"ach" 'Tbe"''. ,, a r'eaaoo..Read., the. little

I b Tvoplslana, ,'and Texas". lbea I to build a churchy-Shelby cdrre 1 l .f...71, .', ,..I-a.. .. a. ,.lr'. Lon4oD.'relecrapia., ' t'ft0 of milk And ",aur.'l11ul be lue\1ldltead. \, book, "The' ,Road' to. ,%'.ATI1Ie.4fa,

ell II. AAd..obaen.. .' '',,' ',-, '.: 'u, '1," },1"1 \ ; Of two' quarts. 0!,milk..' " ,. -..very," pkg..' ''J"

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ntferest-them In religion,' to Christianle -' 'A Brittany W.d"d'lna 'haute.r: FFAR FOIl NIAGARA( .

1 ,the masses, th-s'Institutional church ).(11o. Anne Marl Guynamant.'I ,a JIB, '. :MJ-JIC .'JK

t AN ELOQUENT SUNDAY SERMON BY the annual dinner or' ,reception, th_ daughter. of the' Mayor of Serlgnac. JEJJP,. "jSSk Bs& sCk .,
*
OFWATER
church ha been 'IMMENSE VOLUVIE DU aB* s '
THE REV. ST. CLAIR HESTER.: congress, the revival and tent .ma..eto.< M. Blanchard, -- .
e' and out-of-door service the musical I a solicitor's. clerk 'at Poullaouen, according VERTED FROMXntervrlMS.f-LLS. YOU CAW LIPS. IS.A SWAMP.AJD TILL,BB WMXOXIDINE_,
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service* ornate, ritual, eloquent dis to the cotes ot their native \ .J .
Bntljtctl t The WltM.M of courses scholarly essay novel tee: Chill and Penn Will .
Brooklyn.. N. Y.-At the Oood Work. tares ad la nUnm but the* thing! that I I. Brittany. Over one thousand guest 0 tlSns......, .Are V.Vlolf bane no terrors. .for I I 1 "

.service In We Church of annual Jnlld.. count more than ably of these, than all were bidden, to the rejoicings.) They ..Ty Dr.li .n This-F.. *ms th..., .- you it -yon nee .
the ] .
k the rector th*. Rer. Stn Clair Messiah Hester! these In Impressing the ,world and sat down to the feast In a ,field belonging I.........'. Trr...&18.. Electrical "'.. Mats to ..ralai Md Tasteless Toms. N'aaJt by eli Dragg/Mi
gaining adherent to the rldey'tatheh Tablets eek. ,. ldeenaot.. .
preached on "The Witness of Good In making convert, _'.'. '' '
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VJk.."'. tmJ*e text bit chose I Peter If the example, the dally life and conversation had been boUt'fit a.ilmpl way. by 'Niagara Falls, August T. 'Tbe volume Paics M CBJITO y rotr.wasns.aexat plumes, TBIAS Dave 00..

: whereas they speak again* of the Individual Christian digging: trenches. The dlners, -*at. on of water being/ diverted from the

yon o. evil doer they may by ;your Gospel preaching must be supported one edge of,_the dltch.es 'and the meal: historic gars Fall 1s reachlug luCb. .

good work Uo4.','which Mr Helter they .ball beheld l and attested by Chrlstlike by Gospel service living daring: churchgoing the was served on th*'other. Fire were proportldtw that the people of tbe State, .ii.4.
said: .lit In the middle of the .
,The value to Christianity of the eYl- work' day*. 'The ungodly\ oftenset up '' field" at which are trylngjto pats laws which will prevent

dence or good works cannot be cain. a )higher standard forthe Christian seventeen bullock* ware'' roasted, besides tbo poKslblllfy practical wip . ).
aid or withstood., It speaks for lUelf than the Christian for himself. It I* a dozen caJ...* and a'aeor* or soot log 'ott! of (tbl.. subllm.* natural, spec-

and with a power and effectiveness no the worl '* nnconse!one tribute to hot -- .heep .JTM. aervlca. waal__.easily. Jacle.Water. :

words can have., 'In' the presence of ness.. 'This standard exams exemplification managed, vy, relative of the happy surttlenT td" aevIoj t//. nearly .- Truths that Strike .Home .I,

Buck a demonstration of Its truth, ar of righteousness, self-mastering, pair driving round the field In hay-, five hundred thousand horse-power: .
Ciimcnt. adrertlBernent. exa1t< loquent connnendftjlon are beside the self-sacrifice." ;. .They watch with aa.eLondon Telegraph, day, for Industrial purposes"; is now.being 'Tour grocer is honest and-if be cues to do ao-can tell r

and work,minor'Importance.; are not needed are. of .nall) use or an deviation eagle eye fro-u for Infrlagemeot this standard When upon . taken from the, river' above tbo you thai i* knows very little about the bulk coffee' he

steams In from the 'sea A and great we may ship the Christian. goes wrong there 1* a All'rlo'a; Appropriated.By .*-, Fulls and further developments: requiring ella you.. How' xm! he know, where it'edginaUr: came from,

view her a* rte lies still and quiet !lik triplewrong done to himself to the, the, King ot Italy' 'award reapectlng / more' water are contemplated . 'how it :erne blended-or With Whator .
her berth but ,upon( her decks and cause be represents and to "those who the -",,-U&'ol"ortUl'fesehen." ,, j I, I'robnbl'the largest user of tbec'\t'c\ :whoa' roasted If you boy jour. _
' Bides there are sign of the rough voyage look up to Jilm for an example and a tier In' Bar'otseland Nortbw .trlclty produced' -by the\ waters' of the th e pound, how otf.. a7ouexpeotpuniy .
( st81.11'Rhodeale
upon her prow and funnels 1 II the leading toward a ;godly'llfc. And by a.j !mighty rive Isjhe' concern which l Halt thrown there by.tho high,breaking godly Me I.dp not refer to a mere negative )' the loaf1 piece of: land nut the five or *lx" thousand degree beat' of : and uniform quality. 1 I A

' waves. fen may say of her she Is too form of goodness" 'e.. abstinence !. I definitely appropriated In Africa, has the electricfurnace! bring 'lIme -1Itrd l e '*

Marge,. badly 'proportioned, improperly from all the sinful desire of th) I been disposed of. I coke Into unwilling\ \ union; thereby producing LION COFFEE
1 constructed '"her -flesh-only\ ) this and nothing more. .: or
.. machinery !Is not of The new Ancl -Portugueee boundary what Is known as, Calcium Car. the LEADER
the ,latent pattern'they; may crtlclse: We must attractive endeavor' and to make our conduct I Is' formed", a line following theKwando.ltlvM'from ,bid. . M ALL PACKAGE COFFEES. !. .ol -
and accuse and point out defect winning, espec.allywhen '
but I
; the :Zambesi: to carbide Is
I Dry calcium lifeless
take Into es >o
have
there 1* no denJ'lnlif that she boa we account or 1 necessity ulform In quality.
plowed the surface: of thousands or: dealings with| those who are unfriendly the 24th, meridian of east longitude j I much broken rock but In contact! with
flIlJee=of-derp-water-nnd'brougkt-her" to jChrlstlanlty.! 'Vo_oftentimes, have'J 1 and thence aldng the meridian: a*' far t watr it sprlat'into'acllvltyand' : lieTfcrtsabundantly" 11 strength and flavor. For CVOt t A'

pret1ou. carl(() of frelht and pit *enK to--do with Christians who are curt, I u'Zhe'111h DaFn11eI"otieutb'hlrltnle; -ill.Q' Acetylene.; .; QUAirrt ,or,: civTWY: LION COFFEE

'I ''- , tinatlon.t V In word and manner. We should frontier'
go Free State I I. reached. acetylene Is the nearest approach to
This yrnbollzes In a way the position' not be- surprised' to'',hear the remark, 1 1andwe London Mall.. sunlight known. ., 'IbUlIOIUIol, homes.
of tho Church of God In the world to. cannot but t>ympath] with It 1
These' fact of
though comparativelyrecent f
when made with reference' to such :
day. And It describes .
after a fashion discovery were seined by fo'er LION COFFEE is .wien, .....
soon .
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too. the singularity, the unique promtnence cases: "If this be Christianity, I pray Too Cordial. ?
'ot the Christian amoutbe all! thee. have me excused.. I want. none of King Oscar of Sweden had a curloua men wlthan'pye/ to the.-''cuivuierclnl .. cur --.e-. .ad e10 .Mad .Iar.

sorts nnd conditions of men constltut. It." II experience short I time ago while 1 i possibilities-and today calcium carbide ._. hone.t... w e'I .. hem .....'

JK yvbat is known variously l M society. In order to do our part there must be I visiting 'one' -of the,' principal towns {I I III being' : _chipped everywhere and used rvl.":_N.owm V e.t.et wlOII-, .
the public. the KXly politic. Nen'rmind'wbat not merely a rtfratulujr from what)* the of ." tllapelllng darkness In building ot,J "
: In loath his kingdom. The "" ....... .. .- ........
the world may have or find! unbecoming and conthity to the Chrllltl I i town wa brightly decorated throughl ': all !descriptions, from the ordinary hare! ,

to say against you my Christian n profession, but there must be a opt\ but the beat.-de or.ted house was i of tbe farmer' to the country villa of j. .. In each package of LION COFFEE -TOO? get one full ,
friend |it you do well this well doing PSIUVO"ltlowlnlf and shining forth In l I a large building, and outside It was the wealthy a* well a* for lighting j pound. Pure Coffee Insist upon .getting the genuine.'

disarms, nusplrlon, gains the mastery klnducsn and love of the divine lIe we ,I.1 hanging! In large letter, ''Weloom. the streets of a large number ot towns.' (Lion bead 'every package.) 1e
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over falsehood, silences feel within. Not oulv but 211
inlsrrpreKenta! .correct: lives Your Majesty! : v"" .
UQQ .and.supplant enmity) with good bountiful c1(>(>()I In accounting for I I "Wltat house I.I that?" asked the Installed Acetylene and can the bee.ailyand manufacture cheaply" sal i (Sv the Llon-hosds for valnable premiums) f

, will. If your work bn good you do what had impressed and convinced and king:,:of an attendant. and SOLD 'BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE:
not. need to have acetylene generators has become a .
recourse to eulogy. converted' the world we musfglve high "- I > -
I I notoriety-seeking or nolso; the worithas rank to beautiful deeds The history I *"The* appreciate,town prison their, ypur(loyalty Majesty.I he saM. I II business! of recognized standliio.. l.ns /r \VOOL8O1T SPICK CO.;"Toledo, CM*, .
heed of them; men hare an instlnctlve -at the Christian Church literally teems assumed. large proportion and IsttFid"Hy'growlng. :=:
I "but really It Is a little too ,
respect anti 'appreciation otf'v'rylbhlg with them. -Whon tile pagan deserted .
|- Penny Pictorial.FITepermsnentlyeated.
conducive to the common their 'nl'ar'relatlona In a plague .nd cordlalJ"j
beneat, they will win their way they left the afflicted'ones to die like dogs. I I II I .. .ANCIENT "LONDON CHURCH. )YIN'C11l.STFR::
will secure their place they the work., Christian came and ministered to the I No Bti
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pot you will ,exact iieaervMrecogul- sick and dying When the- pagan*-left I I ea after ant day's am of Dr.Kline's Great '.II Hallow. In the Wall RIflL'S: ; AND 'PISTOL CARTRIDGES
tlon. A tree may be despised slid .tpo- their dead lIobnrlPd.attpr a battle and Nenr.B *tor. ,*/trl.1 bottle&nd treat156lne an InterestingI "
ken evil of. 'but if the fruit be healthful fast tbclf wounded into tbe street*, Dr.B.H.Kusa,Lt4., al Arch 8t.Phil...... j-I ICanuo Rslle. Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges: of,, all '

and sweet. pleasing to the taste, "a I the Christian hastened 'o relieve tbe the celebrated Italian tenor, is i the All London l Hallow city In churches the Wall which)!* one have of ,caliberarti loaded by machinery which .sizes. '

come.change. By In the their estimate fruits of ye It'la shall sure know to suffering interment.' and give the corpse decent the SOB of a Naples enpoeer. a special Interest for the antiquary -:'the I 'shells, supplies the exact quantity of '

them 1 I. a true principle which calumny We bave- had some very: conspicuousand 1'180'Lure W the best tntxlleln*we ever'...! because adjoining It U a piece ot the powder., a nd-. ats the ballets properly. By s,
and envy cannot down and from 'oraU affMtlons of throat and la OK*.-W0 -, old wall of London. The church itself using first-class rnaterlals'ead this'np-tl)-date '
whose righteous judgment there 1 very sad example recently of men I+ B.n.....". V>pbur n, tnd.. >BD. lo, ItfOJ. however I* not a thing beauty or In .
ne ,
; high In position and the confidence of ermL Dane. Jr. who built It I In system, of loading' the reputation of ,win.
ppi-al. I the community, placed there largely I The State Forester of M&u&cblUCtta- ''
St. Peter in this text was writing/ to because they were Christian In name 1 I urges lh. study.of .forestry.: 1765-67., not having been exactly a. I' chester Cartridges for accuracy: reliability and
Christians and churches existing in great architect, says the London excellence Is maintained. Ask for them.
and by connection, proving! themselves ] -- --- --- ---
Gentile or foreign countries and among Mn.Wlnslow'sSoothlBg", Syrup for Children Graphic. '
to be utterly deficient In such a fundamental |
peoples' of heathen religions. Their lot and necessary virtue* common -'I ',tthJnlf.eoftoD the gum ,n>duo lnflamm, {j! The first, church that stood on the THEY SHOOT. WHERE: YOU HOLD: ,
was anything but pleasant, their safety everyday" honesty. Bank *46 ..U.ys aeareswfnduoUete.bottle, ,- site, its north wall prdbably resting

anything but assured. The Chris dents and cashiers and even pr'III-1 A brochure is'. small book, stitched notbound aa the present one does, on the ancient ..
.
fans! of those early days were common directors/ have not hesitated to Speculate wall of the city, was built It Is said, :
ly accused of being disturber., Inndva. with other people' money Intrusted ]' la the eighth century-the city wall being '. .;e.
:/rs, mischief-makers, of being lawbreaker to their keeping and they have been I Is It Right i. then &00 year old. Later the ,
,o ? and traitors to Caesar of being found out only because they bad lost \j I Is it right for you to low M20 that a church, of course became Gothic, and 1 ,1 4
atheists and blasphemers of the niltoty could beg borrow and steal. dealer. may make 80( cents more by, selling an old print' hows It a* a small build ]
popular Idolatry. Because the popular Because of the frequency of these defnlcatlon 1 fourteen gallons of re.dy'fogr.u.e punt .( lag with two aisle and aJow tower of _
hatred of them they to ,i $1.80 Mr' will m..k* timber.- Old ___
were Stowe
compelled ,. the Controller of the United by selling josses Qbta allow of I ft M., and evidently thought FORMSN
meet secretly, to exclude outsider little of It for In his he mendmenUons
State Currency felt impelled to speak: I sixgallons: of linseed oil, which make fourteen survey .
from their'place of 'Worl.blp.and this the tact that the cli!-rch .1* j
In the plainest terms to the National gsUona better! paint at '1.20 per
v ltd to report that they indulged In Bank Cashier! Association, at its meetIng I| gallon !a it right called "Allhallowe. In th* Wall of
wild, obscene orgte Because of "theJlh..e the other day. lie, declared that Sold everywhere. and by "LainnaaMartmes. A. landing close to the Wall of the
"drinking of the precious blood" ;1ew York. Paint' Makers for,
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outside speculation was the cause; of |I Cltle. After mentioning some monuments i
Used la connection ,with the communion the greatest: number of bank failures, I i Fifty Year*._,__ of his own period, and the taCt
service: it was said that they killed and he characterized speculation a* the (l L "By-law"'ew.,,, the first part of Itself -that the bound of the parlsn contajn) ; 1
j) fonts and drank their' blood in their greatest financial evil: of the day. He I to' the weed "by." .. no great extent ot ground and are ,
private)assemblies. They were under asserted with great emphasis tbat.no<<> "needles to be spoken of," he end -t:'

constant suspicion. and surveillance. man should be allowed to hold a1 man GRATEFUL TO CUTtCURA"I his brief account by recording the ,
Their enemies' were ever on the alert agerial place in a national bank; who I fact that "Mr. Andrew Oeneway the "

.eeklng' to, to discover uncover fault them and in Inconrlctenclfs come. engaged/ In outside enterprise for r......;.t ..n.,s.d epedp: O..f Raw. parson, used him there very Idnl1l)'." YO u' Chs0/ifc0' ; unless.you
profit to himself rather than,the bank. The New View of London (1703) says
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Wrongdoing. St. Peter and bell aed .e.tl .1' "' D.y amdxlsrasae.ed '
hopes not LJ&Uljaraiufarlngiha a
iJi
Me intimate that the temptation to that the church of the Gothic are .
wash ,
eves ,that this close observation of 1 rev ._..... ; .
double dealing\ in such a case I 18 hard and' Tuscan order, and "not having '
tbe live 'of tbe follower of; Christ to feo let. Why If.the Impression
toay lead to the undeceiving' of their general that al' Christian ".'{not.l.I that others suffering.*. I Doe may be so beautiful those ,that are wholly It' DIffirent .
nemles a $. ...II'a STYLE COMFMT SOfMC Md E6M.V ..
to their
a* true character and to be trusted. Instead of breaking J helped. For months awful sores covered The _
Interestingparrot
new erected. ,,reaily .
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tbqt tam this better anderstandlng the prejudice that exist in evil mind!! i my race and neck sesbs torminf.itching the church 1* Its ...e.trTblCb; OIlY ALL:.In'OBI pair .f SHOES. k.'
there njay come a disposition to Investigate terribly day and night, brealakg ,and
against Christianity and the (chorea it open
?to come closer, and, finally to will be added to and there will be not' running blood and matter. I had tried I* formed of one of the bastions of the \ seer D.od.r 111"__ ." co........."' _
wall and from' which a flight of stairs
embrace their holy religion, lie 1* confident but detestation and denunciation : mtay rcmedi**. but was growing' worse. , ) l PaarebesEY..eeJ.u.vaet..seee.t-
only prejudice
when I started { .. lends through, the north wall ot the .
that prejudice aside and knowledge and what' more. It will be wit ( ticu. : Tb first _
In Its place can result in only this deserved." '_ t application; c.iD..DUeli'.d. when church Into the pulpit. .tr Ittbqtr'm'
r-It* clad and willing, accent a nee. The stress and! strain and 'endeavor I I 16d Mod two"' cokes' of tlutitrorlush. :;) Now there la exno.edMi: Dart of the .
t What an opportunity then In view of and three bo.... of CutieorB Ointment 1 OoUUc church or-AU Hallow la the bMRv PINS sues aso"Umvtavaw .
4bee circumstance and what an In- and seams to be only-for and worldly money and pewer as If I WM completely cured. (Signed) Miss Net Wall which 1*' not mentioned by tile ..T.ou.... .. At, 1

ducement' to live exemplary lives these position were the only thing success needed aa lie Vander Wiele, Lokendo, N. *." Il' guide books, old or new, *o far as

that others, even their bitter eaemlcs If getting these mean getting all that the present'writer I* aware. In New
and sevevat.critlcs,:might be brought and of l'I FEMININE AMENITIES. Broad street behind the church that
1s wanted= Bat men women
to know the only true tea! end ;Jests Christ, be not deceived or diverted j Clare-.But, my dear, It' la a secret I la to say, beyond Its north side-- arrow MALS6Y ,:& CO :

Christ, whom He*Old semi. The npos- from the thing more necessary ana I vowed on my honor never. totell, of nine fine old"eighteenth century ,
,rtle' counsel J. to<<> this effect! -Ue Uu desired. Tbe world' nerd! the I houses la being demolished to make'I Biliousnessut
more 'Marie
to thy cause and to thy God,. be rood longing of every nan woman and child i, Frou-FrouTWENTY'.Well. I'm U.tel1lJ1c.-Lf- I way for new offices, and you can walkright 41 South Forest;, Atlanta, Ga.

and do rood not merely because It on earth the longing of your heart and, .' through any of them'and obtaina a

afoul*. you peace ,or mind and tooyyour mine. Is for love sympathy, kindness.The I view of the north *ld*ot the church. "mu.oed'w.1.wt.'auwa.e./: +.d' e

not merely because It Is Christian I* the only,one professing EARS OF IT. ThereIn. ruins but of exceeding I yPortable.aq "=1,=- .,.. .......-.- 1Na'I -
highest and best Interest-this wouldbe and obligated by his vow, to minister J. tereat and high plct.ure. uene... are f ..e M.Sew....M, .:t-- 5.4 Iott. ....'
looking on the side of self only-he to the universal human need. The I __sl.t.e Ky DI....._ ...rt..... With some conslderalle'remain. 'Of apparently ..c.4'webe. S.M..sew.I'? ... 0..a":3i ".,
eliminate all selflsn taint from his OravvlHenry ... XIII..,. "a'." '' the fourteenth. century architecture l s.en N efl.q...U..r'r': .
world, however evil-speaking Men, u .._.......T.
' counsel by puttingemphasis upon theeducauie I however distant and critical, look tons Sonle, cobbler, of ummo: of All .Hallow*.e. .I "

effect of Christian conduct expect us to help them.. If we. the j port, N. Y.. say: 'Since Doan'a dl-I I ., If
upon the ,seutlments and convictionsof servant of the. Most High, faty. them, ney Pill cured me eight years a His 8tr_ Finish, .
hostile and heathen neighbor. This there la no help. In the name of the I i_.ve rracnea:. seventy I "Ye.," said the sad-faced yonsg' Sti lunar/ Tirtl,4favs4'r
la :your chance, be Intimate; this therneans Lord Jesus, beloved. let us do and do and b6pe tolive man In the smoking care Tin, out of ,
_yonr good worksimpressthem our beat, to build up the good and the baseball for keep. Why In Engines Boilers
win them, liclp! then; In this; teautifnl and the true In the hearts and many year my first ,- ,. '
game this season they Mot onto-me'In'I I ,caNOVC.v+huwo
'Way, by this means. r live xif men; and thus transpose the 'longer. But twenty .the third .Inningand, poanded 'allover ,Saw; ,Mills e t
jne
{AH these consideration, this motive; year* lIP I had '
enmity, hatred and acorn of the world the field! '
,these mean are of present moment, into,a higher and tweeter key of,praise i kidney trouble- so "Oh.'you shouldn't- let .}little', \ AND ALL. KINDS, Of MACHINERYCompitU

up-to-date Interest and maybe orpre.ent and glory'to God. It will mean"Joy and;I ,.'bad ,I court "sotwoik like application' Though llvlng-ln ,rBlvMkl* rMra .TwtoO W,A
gladness to 'ourselves, life and graceto f, ; Backachewas hardware 'drummer. "Man, a good IMMXDfA T* DMtl YER7. ,11tntllnt Sk k .>, W ik.. orOrl .
a nominally Christian age and land N tl k.ik. .. tSSUttiZtior U a:.
practically the Christian If still surrounded other who know them not now, persistent audit pitcher! has been ,up against similar i scsi Machinery,Lo..t Prlas and Best"..rm.Vllte to .:......Th.....r.t r-.i. _..,_a.: ..
by aa envious, evil-apeaking, and honor high and worthy honor to wa* agony to lift. luck."' \ ,\ u* for'eatalogueprices.: ; .'t '. ...tll.. ......:r C..C..I.... ".T.'IonUIUALSALETEIIMIWOIBOXES
the Father In Heaven. .... ._ .
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backbiting -world. They who are not .r .lnS. urvvvi, Yes, continued the victim, ,"but... etc.:. before bu'vlnr: t
with us lire" as critical, a* watchful as What We All TCM I whirling headaches' dlxzlness and terrible you see. I wasn't the pitcher; I happened J. \ ___" -r--- -

eager to find wherewith to acc( i1, erabarras Woman's most pressing. duty Is to endeavor urinary disorders ran me down to be the !umpire."-Chicago: : "

.r-expos. aa ever. In.'the days *f i to utilise the waste-waste from 'ins to 100 pound*. Doctor told Daily New ? ?- OGTTON..WiTH'OUT MS I
the apostle. Not only our own souls, 'wUw-opportD111tt.a, weste-'ot all i,c -roe-J- had dlaHI and-l'OtIlc1ROtJl..f'.j.I 4 -t: :-

:,not-onlj.oue-morals andlIrlnClplei are .Jdnd.-ror there I* nothing more sad was wretched and hopeless when 1 .
:
'In'our keeping, but safeguarding or tragic-Urthlworid. than tue-wasto j 1, began; uitng Doatfs Kidney Pill but ?S: MVE AND BpWEUH ..RELTS.
[ and growth of the church the" purification that goes on all around ".. I do not I they cured TMW Ml. l tlVMOZLEY'S. .. .
and moral uplift 'of, society,, the mean; waste of .moJl'y-for waste of : I've been me, eight years'". ago"- and. LEMON a ELtXin, OAHTT'S XOISKI.JES UKAKKU OINStompletely '
putt hg down of Iniquity and sin and money 1* one of the smallest kinds of well ever since. ? IT VHOM TtV CU>IS. *OH H TN.ItiOUtHUS | ( dn oaw.y wtthlb.bru.h belt Bnd,:I'.
yes verily, the Christiauteltlon of the waste-but waste of. life,; vhlch. i* far j Fostrr-Mllbnrn' Co., Buffalo N.Y.. ,'|N IISTIO< SOU* STOMM p.II.,..., 'Tbl. ....... ..".I..tI.. ... Time aDcf. FOR-WOMEN- '
[ home, the family the.community, the more important. -- For -sal'; by all dealers. PrIce. CO *(! AU '<*IHINT I l( money sawed to yon In ginning cotton treat !**wail tn pooallar isleft
F city, the salvation of the ttorld. EveryChristian TO use one' life; to use.it to the full; cent per box. STOMAOM .AN* *OWSf.S. S( XNT* l'nteU..JI _. ir,.or-O.t to II. .' I awls' MX Thoraf,' BM4 a.oJr a..oo.....cko...,Is kIll4tMt: 1IIan''. tse.,
| I.I a. a city ret'on a b-Ilt-not to make the best. of i'-In the ofd, . : BOT '1,1 T AILO W* *Tl>SH.TBMININB w. p.rtnt. uttefsrttoq' Writ I.,.prieo .1 [ to be hid-and men will be won to phrase, to be a,faithful steward; that and Itlunr.\4t4 ""10'_ : orasMB,earn Umoonko u4 BMI oUnkPaxttix -, A
OAXTT uro_ co., ,.' __. U la bum b seals Ie ,
; 0. powd r to *
pvto
i :-i
Christ In proportion a*, each ard:: every surely I* the great need for us all, AN INSURANCE 'VTBW. SrjBSTITUTBt'Myer : eatery sea It I (w oar d........., kOThBf.. anairtllii f,V
Christian feel II responsibility for'' the whether*we are men or .women..-.Scot;; Howell-Don't you ,wUh you could -I 'wonder why 'young DDullyon "A. aid.os..halthrngdda.tlrptlwlN. ilr -

unchurched masse" for, those not la ish,>Heformer.Arrears. live your life .over .agalaT ., does not marry? He baa,all' NEEDLES't lilti.. ..."WING........ ...... .TOILET' .AND. WOMEN'S! SPECIAL UBeA< .oJ

I j the'Oood Shepherd' fold,. and.Ju.t In . Fall Tfcr n.l 'I. Powell-Well,- I should say notl.! r, kinds, of .money.. J. .,-. SHUTTLES. D.air..'wy'tILE..DC.. .- Trial Pew Boa-oo4 l.atbyaieta hoes iBtttuiitlios.GtlIa, brae)ihml) .. '
proportion ar each nnd every onrfcomesjnp ... ra ... Pan..c..I....,'' *..".., I assn; eu
.
rye got a endowment Gy r-Oh. suppose he .thtnb'-i .t
to Ike'' measure'of-btl-rtlpC,11IlbU. Sufficient for-eachtdY-istbe; good/ twenty-year ; .1. REPAIRS; ::"T tiSdl:'. "0.I I I . I. I
Ity. .Translated Into modern .appllca- hereof, equally-; the evU.Ve mast policy maturing; nextmonJ1.\.+-Judgnri.f. wife isn't 'necessaiTrMoney. talks, rb
tton,' the apostle's meaning to and Vtbe :J ; ': I ; ff,7; _< Ygk'kpow., Chfc.Iro ',D&"* ) : 'CAt32.'D5\ j went,.,.JJWIttpSDf'Selryf' Wattrr
:you do ,t .once,-an": wIth topr might. iA\ < n =-.aft l < ? P- "" .hI'. ':' ..."I >I_ .. ,'"... . w M'r rt
me 1* this: ,"You Chrlstlan.'so'regu- merciful deed teat our hand findeth to

[ your-desires did take account; of, do, else 1t win) never be done tOl'jthe(
[ your .way. that your life >wJlI i be 'lxv hand win flna,otherl tasks,',andfl? >ear,
[ eomlQg' -r d worthx of rour,cal1llJl:.'A D4 rears fall tbrourbs'And.very! ; uneon-
f thai tlle.beathen.tht'.Indifferent! ,. the ''umreated ;good feeling,,'every: nnfuKOiled. Plantation Chill Cure is Guaranteed ert

'r estranged and prejudiced people aronnd<< .' 'rurpofvthat: .III Spirit ,pas
yO'1t t I prejudice *gmbtt,Christ ,irlllibo' ironkptedy vbiul, .prepared to receive the, Gospel"vfhentt faithless and recreant before Ood,-J.'

_s urged,open.them.;, .We mar try H. Thorn. l.

tl TO' cure, or money. .refunded-by, your'1merobant'sowhy? not,try Jt7yPrlloe' .5Oc: ,,'
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,DamtnC:the Farl l. .. Consumption Kflli Countlejs"Thou, .ands."Everjr-Year. Ozomulslon, Taken In Time, Klfli Consumption.. e+e44t ***dli44etai4ilihe *4I4i't' *4* ** *** .'


rt, Have Do It b you,( alt named means.-your farm?,', I Get: Bottle from Your:.Druggist.. Begin Taking Ozomuhidn Today:. { , 'I SUNNY SOUTH LIYgRY STABLE, :r

'. Not only that but ban stationery. t, .. .
\ prtotedrenv&QFet an"l p&peraa4 let
,them speak,a good .word'where everShey .
ito. ,.. , .. Sale
' stamp wlih'yoprna) \ e aod i | Livery, :
J
!: .. on H'wlll further help.to : .
'; -pl' duc..... . .
every thing I you sell serve .to : # H' 4. Feed g StableJ.W. I
build up a, reputation, for: your f . o j ;
and YOJr.! roducta. : .. i
\ ..wUI dune. time "when, .people, Prevents 'J ::
'
BBk for your\ goods. ,1' : MILLER. PROPRIETOR :
will pay. -' as well as CURESCONSUMPTION_
1 the fa ro .!-Flural -Outlook.Abscess. I J flQENTS 'STflNDflRD OIL COMPflN/\ >, :
." ::- ,. - :. ,,_ -=
t !; *] of Gratewl 5 ,Broadway! Opposite Postpfficc)' -
1 Ii-tfie Testimony -
ABSCESSES: with few exbepJone.; The '.... --t ', .
.Indicative of' oonstlpailuii ,or de ? { 1'' Thousands to the O Cod :K:1Ss1r.c.me' Florida:.. ..
j .. .'
W. U, Harrison, Cleveland, 14th,... e'r Wonderful Merit of U tlrer =1 .
Aug.,15, 1002I:.! want to say Oil Food .
d SClzicls: : \ "
word of praise for Uallar'd's Snuw: FZiozae :10::a. 411 ZXa.Vtllxisr. i"
A COL D "

the,,I cords stepped\ in on uiyyleg a nail' to, which con lit a delicate Constitution : $p. p' d Emulsion"ParEx- t;......... ...............+..........+i. eFsaeshkaa.aa, :

and an abuoesi to rise In.my is'''the 1RFQ ... cctlwu." r ;
and the doctor t.olj'm'e\ that I of Con -' Att+K WN1 N .""' '''''' NN141111''' M'ar1 't1 '
,have day I Nursery Tin atUltloaalclement
% slid leg so one
J. B'".' Lord's drugstore (who sumption., The 1He
to
Nvkag
? C.: A. CARSON. Pre.(d.nt.: N. e'BItYAN', Secretary. J.
now In Denver, Colo,.) He recom- Cough that follows lithe Earliest ' I

a, bottle. of Stow Liniment; Symptom of Consump o!which anGuaUcol 07::J :s: OE3 ".. .i:
boo size, and it cured leg, '
a my tion. The pain In the Chest ,, T ,t
liniment -in the"-word.| '
is the..best by Thoinason & llobernoa. and Lungs are the First Glycerin ::
--- --- Stages of Consumption. 1d the Waters & Carson Grocery.. Co.
., low rumbling sound which you Hypopkosphlte .
. Guard against the .Cold and
from the.West, .
not heart-oiling1 up\ "Cough by PrecautionPre-, _: : _.. .. .' '
: ,the.North and the South, Is csuiioameans Oiomalsioiv. == = = -::: -wMolosalq.edIt.tiPeter.ts' _
{ grumbling of the' people because OxomuUkm ia '
time
Is to be no extra session of Con TaCo a GRO'QE.R'XE'S
to relieve them of trust. aDd tar

oppression.Attacked, TRIALI3OTTLE-
I' '"r'"
t By A Mob. .FREE 'J. AUfiNTS! FOR l '
Writ.1. eKewLIION CO. COUNTY 4 4A
beaten, tn a lab, r-(()until coyer-- M rte....a.w e.rk. -

with sores applied, a Chicturo Bucklen's street Arnica car .. n. 'or' ,1. I I celebrated. Fertilizers, I, UILITESGKA1X :. 'j

t and sob was sound ,and well, I '
1 O. J.Welsh of Tekonsa, Mich, $ E: TO.ClrculnrH :
find it perfect." Simply great ... .. . aid Price .d' ,
cuts and burns. Only ixj at the ......... OB ....... ... .. .Y1iIDES
7.TK. .
I.. Pharmacy Drug store.. Xl\
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proper" iwpartl'stityand. ahtgfi s .
of equity, the Equitable Life FURS; { WOOL '
Jt"v to,tt>e campaign[ funds of ,
1 parties Before blaming the EDITOR'S NOTE.With -a knowledge of the:unequalled, merits. of Ozomnlsion; we unhesitatingly : i

think of what the politic recommend our readers to send for a Sample Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET,WRITE TODAY,.!
might/ have. done to it, ,U not and Convincing: Testimonials 'of its Marvelous recuperative ,and curative properties, together with an 'i Country. 3E>ro <'Avtce a. Spealty.HK 1

Artistic little book, entitled "BABYVILLE,". beautifully illustrated. in seven colors, together with a I'
i TRtAL.BOTT.LE of Ozomulsion Health-Fo Tonic! will be' """ ""-""" """ w t.twaaeaat+-
free mail.
D. sent
Got Off you at once absolutely by .
T .. ,... ..--,--,-- --
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may 'well think he has got off Address your letter or postal,card to Ozomulsion Co.. 98-Pine-Street.., New York. .

who, after. contracted .consti .. > I H3 E : . ..
.. or Indlgettlion, and is still able .
his health.
perfectly restore
.will do this but Dr. Kings REAL APPETIZERS IeVVVJVV V.lVVV JVVVVVVV oo ,,1 MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
} life "') I11.. A: quick, pleasant, aDd 0
cure for headache. constipation 0'
: 25c at Osceola Phsrmancy drug .

Reciprocity; guaVanteed.under t any otber'olme Y .; The Franklin t h; Saw, and. Planing1 Mills ;

smell a. sweet to the protected in- G, J
",-- no sweeter. 'Therefore it Standard. Typewriter Now In operation Complete House Hills Furnished. '
doubtful this polloy'to put a rec i : .. Yellow and Pitch Pine Timber and Lumber pf alll Kinds. :
through'tinder the name of a '
ORDERS FTL"L.ED': O 1'rL"Y'. ;
scale tariff.will help much. : 1 . .

,, Beamtlful' Women.. i 611. B> 4H01 M MAYNARD LUMBER Co. '"

Plump cheeks, >Ausbed''' wltb the'soft J '
health and a pure complexion, 4 o j : B i i:1'
'
all women' beautiful. -Take. T ,_ .
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dose of Berblne after each meal; S ===-= -' : -ai -- = l:'
will.prgvent constipation\ and help .'
what you have eaten. Mrs;'Wm.: Io


.j MWe',Stroud 31,have 1901r.,Mldothlan used Berbfne! .,! Tex.our writes fam, TV 'look "at' our line' .of Table. I'.: : 1 0 E R MUG G E. e i

for eight years, and found it. the delicacies, make. .you wish to taste A ,
.
medicine we ever tined! for coostl' :

by, Tbomason bilious fever&- and malaria. them. ..#. ".... " -- : 6 ALES.. WINES.. BRANDIES G A..

ber.onJx..st. :; / TONQUE.TJOKLER3:: ) ,,:,:';7 Stands- for VJsiable. Writing' Simple Mechanism Speed : .... .
!!...!. o,'!.!.. .D.
$ World's; year,Fair President; this year of the President StTLoil are not scarce"hereeyery article: I, ,.;, ;.: .. :Excellent. Manifolding', Permanent True .AlIgn. L.. WHISKIES I I .... "IO.. 'L ,

Orocer1es ;.. I4' J' ,ment. Durability- and a .Fair Price: .
the Traos-Misslssippi Commercial In our. &tock*of. ca.n.lay... ,"f'. "" ,
... where E
Who can predict' Strictly .High-Q[ .de Writing..M chlne sold ,for $75 !
sort of thingmay, jet land David. claim to the title. Our assortmentof bY"' CIGARS- TOBACCOS:

'.Francis. ? .,- -. .' .I*: I -':--\ l GutteivTower'' Company, . 0 )'

p D vosir at>y' i 1 oreas.: ." STAPLE ". E. P. BUMPUS. n'fr.. CcrsisaUl. Bask B UCSI.,: Sav...." Cs. 0e $ .'fLON

Children often crV not ,fro-n pain, AND FANCY GROCERIES a/ A nheuser.'Busch Beer :
from hunger, althongh. / fed shun 'consists entirely of high' class >\ n nT Ilt\ n el\ tn elelVVV \ A
,. ',The entire trouble. arises dVVVVVVVV VVVVVVVV DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED
l m In It.lont11elr; food la ,pot ,as- goods. Nothing: of.inferiorqualityis L i
similatedxbut. devoured by worms.'A ' '
to enter store. If COAST 0
t' permitted
our ATLANTIC LINE '
; few doses of White's .Cream Ver Can. only be found In Kissimmee on'Broadway 0 +
mifuge will cause.them. .t. -ceall8: cry you will leave. us .arforder. wa will (
Street at the 'BRICK BAR
lag and begin to thrive at. once, very it te entire satisfactionand FROM- o BUILDINO.
,muchtothelurprleeand'joy of. the fill
r l mother:: Sold,"by Tbomason Ar'Roberson. prove that we do not indulge N
in empty'words: *. 'Ra MUGGE.N

f' -1- i ___ ,_ .
.
"Japan wiu'tbrloe rm R .' her quarrel was Just",'ays Baron Ko ; r Over its own Rails to Savannah, Charleston, p
mar." ,Koosensa" JapAo was. thrice **" nu-iroaxVi.- "* '. East
: t B. Richmond and Washington, thence Via Penn- -- .
.armed because her'DIyaad navy de the [ = = =::0:: r ::
t4 .p..w.o"1I"ltled night. aDd day.'*to ALL RAILrWes sylvanla'Rail" .... -7 .

make her lbrlce.armed..wr.. P A., VANS.AGNEW: : 1 (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville

,. 8P''....... I' .. : and "Dixie Flyer. Route" Via Atlanta.Via .
1't r I ATTORNEY T''LAW......,, and
"-I I (1- Savannah: 8 A: Read, Cisco, Tex. writes, I AND NQTARY PUBLIC, { East Norfolk .
,March U. :1901; My' wrist. was sprained .. : the. New York, Philadelphia and Boston, via ,
Steamer to New York, .Washington Baltimore,
y so okly by a fall that it was useless KISS1MMKE.; FLA.
;tt ; an using several remedies -. via Savannah and Merchana and Miner Transportation
Via Steamship. Go., for Baltimore and Philadelphia,
that failed '-O.I'I.e relief, used ,Bal- .
,
tt 'f vl lard's earnestly Snow.recommend Unttrient. and it to,was<'anv cured.oneW'I i vl Key. west And I-.-.,. Via Peninsular & Occidental. Steam.hlp'Company. --- BALLARDSHOREHOUND .."! ,

\..uliering.from. ;sprains. Sold, by: . Mil VIlUIl'. .
""* a
& :
STbomaton Uoberson. f
Root of the.crlebratml New.York A Florid. Ilp ..laI. Florid and Welt In UnLimited
r" 6 IB '. ... Are: ..You:EngagedEncaged : :/ I I i .Cbloa odi, Florid. Limited, and DI U. Flyer

people should'remember : Quickest} Schedules, Superior: Service.For .

#; '' .can that,be after avoided marriage by' keeping.many their quarrel.digestions . $ ,formation.]> a.to rites. ...I>.,dule.te.,roninlt. the Purple Folder,or eomlpudtoat..lth!
1. B. HAHTSFI.L, DlTlilon\ Pumtttfer Avont Tampa Fla.
;
In condition
good with Rleo- .
M, .U. U. EMERSON,raffia.Manager W. J. CRA G. General.. \ PMMU(.r A.*nk
,trio Bitters. S. 'A. Brown of Bennettsvllle Wi mlncton.,N. J.; :
; 8. C: says"For Tears, my .. '
4t 1 wife suffered Inteoseley from SYRUP -
dtopepla -
--L' __
. tl
;' < complicated with torpid liver: until -
she lost her strength,I land* vigor,
'and' became mere wreck of her
former self. Then she tried electric s ..

bittrs,.which.helped her at onoa,-and Has_ __Stood The. Test25, ._ YearsGrove's COUGHS COLDS CONSUMPTION !BBONCHITIS. '
-
-- -
1f fleshly made bee entirely! well. Rbe J CURES C UGH SORE THROAT ',
1' I. "OARSEN, C
) now strong and healthy. The
',I 1 Osoeola Pharmacy Druggists sells : LOSS OF VOICELOrSSENB THE ,pHL>''Gti AND rASES

: ':. L them and guarantees'. them at 60o a # .. a', | EXPECTORATION, HEALS TilE LUNGS. ..
;,." S l> 1Yttle.Y '
Endorsed '
,I}' by leadinfc' physician M 'fhe BEST remedy for k
: ,? England lays great nation and her Children Croup and Whooping Cough because 4
rulers are capital, men. In the Morocco MAX AUSCHWITZ.WATCHVAKKP . Tasteless Chill Tonic It contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard't Here' .
question, England, ... alway. AND UFWKLBRCle ,
,
: was !
hound Syrup Ii mild and benign i II ed
.. adapt to infants
most clever In lie. O.D.Interest. and IIWIMIfE:eL. fl.A.Aepaln I ,as well
;! took DO notice{ of the re.'. on WatrbM,Clock.and J w..1tr No-Curo-No-Pay. SO cents. adults of every variety of temperament and constitution '
II '
,. ,I : ,A UM.r t.e
+ ,, :Itching1./ Blind, Blee'diog or'protruding K. I Ijdo . I Mk$. !!. W. IVANS.CI.at.rKa1L.: wrU.--Mv! husband ,
: Pile. Druggists refund moor - - -.- was sick for three months and the 4octo.told me he had
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