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 8, 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: VID00193
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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1(1..f.! ( ... V.IU' Batafcllehed .8..j;| Co.solUUUd ,,--be>'" 16, 1897.' KiBsimmee City Pla.: September. 8th' 1905. 'Vole 1 ..,-IIfDie; ,t.fIJtJ! "40',
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county ID toe State can make a slml, Fence Cutters Moro Ai?outNarcoossCe ,: . .,
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COMMISSIONERS lap representation.:. .. r>,If'f ',1'\ ' .

Now therefore belt resolved, that Under the'Ban. Homes.AplendldUes ' YOUNG'S FEMALE' COLLEGE '
we urge and petition the County Commissioners +
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PROCEEDINGS .. to make an appropriation -- I "" .- rHOMABVILCB-GA.F: ." : y'

'for County Kxblbit' at.. theTamon County Comnlasloitera. Offer RO- rlptioof'C r..c..4.: M
Htate: Mid-Winter Fair of not less i. *L ..** .r *-'* 4' VI
than t.be'atated sumfuf: 82000, In order xVrd of $5OO for, Art e. and' "*tna.'. Buacalow; and Jaw, Ti- 0".. Fall eo...... for A.yw', .. ifc, sad B. L. .......... ,

Five .Hundred, Dollars Reward that jOsoeola to compete! may successfully be placed in with a position the. Conviction of_ 0.predator.: ou'a Farm With si Fragrant. Physical..*.Culture Elocution ,and Music, Our .Specialties '

i magnlfl enl exhibits' that are' now )be ,. At their' meeting last .Monday Ute Boquot for the Editor., 'J 'I' .
Offered( for Fence Cotters. -prepared' fry; other? oountlea of )Bard of County set. Peerless Nat o bee has many visitors. .te0tsar thU. year In. building' and *qo pta..nt. siesta. Heat Weotrle UinU: .
C.ommillalaoerf' ... . .... ,
Oymnaalutn ...
Pno4e.ob.n.61rod 0. .. ,
Fare O.lmaM Strouf fecuHy" .
.. : .1";" .Ioutb.I'Jurlda': .; : 'their And your petitioners. r pray.'' the nefarious practice of fence Cutting; Cadman,'the Fellplace andothers; ,. 1 ., .,'" f titi h
$1.000.FOR'STATE ',> W L. VAN DuzOR, which bas prevailed to a large extentin wlll1 the general hospitality. ) of. ourcttl'eenM '"' o.
sP'.*....>e* Saoe.'OO Limited N..b.r of Froe.Scholarship Available. ..
FAIP. M. J.- HICKS, our county fur some( time past, ,by attractn pleasure seekers, j '
-K. L Lrsnity: offering a reward of five' hundred dollars ., scientists, sportsmen and invalids in Beailoa.Open.September' 90th, ISO*, Fo Free Catalogue, Add,.... .i'1
-1 .v ""'Y.Coatrsct 'W, B. HARRIS, for sufficient evidence, convict number every month in the year. Its| "

:: : Let ,For Water Coiueo* 1 P. A. VANS AGNEW. any party or parties of tbe above Is safe to say the visit of Editor liar..-, i. COCIBAXsi: MDNTrrMlSttJtc ....iY.
4.weraao For ffa'e And the. same were read and order named offense. They also passed a rls was a pleasure to all who m, ...t bint j i
tlon, .1 ed nied,'fcnd several addresses were atropg set. of resolution condemning and our only ,re/Cl'8lo"/ that. it was so

...... Court House... ? made on this subject. urgingtbe, county fence cutting and kindred depredationon brief. To the majority. of the. citizens "'I .: . .,
a 0\" . d'' to take action la the premises and the property of the stockmen who of this county, the Valley Gazette. Is I., + !+ .1
to make a liberal appropriation, those own pastures. and have fenced them In. the medium of touch, not only with .
KIBSIMMEIB, FLA.:. Sept. 4th, 196. : . addressing Board 'were E. L. Lies- Mr. J. M. Lee appeared before the our local 'affair but with the great .... ., .
.The Board of County Commlsslon- lev. K.fl., Dr.- Phillips, W> U 'Van Board and made a strong. argumentIn world outside. From Its birth '- c yy
5.era..convened.at 10_a,_m..there being Duzur..J no M:.Lee, and others.and favor of the ,re.olutlo- was been remarkably clean news i : :

'iresonir.; Butler, Chm.T W. W. in connection-_with .this matter asked heartily seconded by Mr.., W7"Lr vas ramU--paper; free "from- scandal or Ban k'"Kissim' i meet
ivey, if. S.., Partin and J.' F Wlli pel'ml..Jun of tht Board present Duzor, who was present at the meetIng any matter not admilable In refined

llama, Commissioners'; P. A. 'VaDi resolution offering a reward $500.00 to urge an appropriation for the circles It has:always been generous . ... .

I Agnew, County Attorney.. ; and .W.. II.f for the arrest and conviction of any State Fair, '*. with those wbo differ with it -on politics lit _-oJ ""i '"
JMntoul D." u., person persons maliciously destroy .-II i i religion 'or civic a1fC irs, hence + -
o te. of the last, regular tog property_I ln this county' by fence Invited 'to bas few enemies=roan.v; friend. Pro- .
Patrons ,
;'tneeting were read and approved cuttiomf4Potherwise, "bIQI1.rellolu..lon. bably DO visitorever received as much Offers to' Customers Ever ..Facility'Consisteutv ' -

K, L Lesley j; .Esq., Clerk ofthe: was read. as follows:. .. pTo High School:.Opening.Prof. attention from our citizens and the with S ound'Managenlent.'
Circuit'Court, made his report on the the Honorable Board of Commissioners men.wbo control. the great; interests \
cost of procuring the abstract books *' I 1 ,"" "* _. ,*
here did Editor .
t : as Harris. A special .i nTT TU-TSSJI-I r n-nf.tf j 14.1 in' r i -- '
,for the county' all follows: .We view with extreme anxiety and Desire. BHeg'Pat. car'and new engine was at.. his .disposal.
Ktsslromee. Fla., Sept 4tb. 1906. alarm the spirit of malicious lawless. Smith ."_ Ope'of the oldest. ,.officials of Personal\Attention io,: All BasmeBs Intrnvted to,: Us.;; rt

To the Uonoroble Board of ..Couot.1ComoJlb.lonel'll ,... .., dlHMM. Jk4ttMSNB I Ii; >!J
ness. that. bas manifested itself during; rows .a&Teackers'Together, the (treat. .A. C. L.; Ry accompaniedhim e l* IBSBBBBBB B *-MA >* >. !
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: | the past two irear. in Osceola KUslimee School. ;will" with. instructions to see every wish ..ix
The High .
Complying) with your instructions of by a aeries' of outrages committed have a formal opening on Monday supplied; ,One of 01l1"maD1 automo I, CARSiOKi., . . .OA.H......, .t. :...
'requesting to '
July meeting me get up against the property of those stock: The: bules was at -bis' disposal day.and ,
8:30 I
Sept. 11th. at : m. program
estimate of the cost to ,
an approximate raisers wbo are engaged .in Uie pas will consist of short talks given night. It was eon ewhst disappointing. .. .
abstract-books for ".
'compila'arsetof bull be could not use but one. .
lure ness.
citizens
by: a number of the prominent ..
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County of Oceola'embraclog a'com- :
These owners of pa t'U1'88ba"e invested of the City, songs by the school and One dais visit hardly 'ghe."a '\
plot.. record of all\ trannfei-s affectlnit -
large surus.,.of money in a Instrumental. music. Immediately glimpse; NarcooBsee.: Among our '
real ea..ateafl.r. carefully invest-! effort to Improve tb show places not visited was the' Bun-
praiseworthy after the OIJfnlnlZ exercises, an IDlo8rml.alon '8 .
and also : r .
gating: namepersonally! breed of our native stock and are entitled will be given at which timeIt aJow of Col. Cadman." Here the .
from adviiie and I reports from expeYienced i ,'.
to the and protection visitor will see a great live < oak that
open support that all and
Is patrons I
parties in this line of workI -of our citizens.. We feel !It our friends hoped of the school will meet tbe would be an object. of beauty and of "OSCEOLA PHARMACY'
leave to submit niy a. r' '
beg \ 'report duty to place upon record: our strongest teachers of the various department great value in any of the noted worlds "
follows: condemnation of (he fence cutting cordial invitation- extended to parks: collection of palms ,shrubs .
To securs.'oomplete set cf abstract the fact a and plants not found in other ,
outrages, and as evidence of all.* M. a.:SMITH, any
books: haviPff them cai..lully and that we as the governing body of the place in this section.. Thecareful attention .r ,
accurately compiled, the same to cover County -fee) imr. responsibility, do 50000., to lawn, orchard;'animals and 1 '

final! reo lpts"batents; warrenty deeds hereby offer a reward of Five Hundred Capital .Stock buildings, the perfect order manifested : 'You are. ,,sofa. 'when-you' have our'l t

It-claim' deeds, commissioners. sod Dollars for evidence sufficient. TheState Bank of KUslmmee com In ,every' thing on'-ttie grounds ', .filled , '
Prescriptions, by us We _
sheriffs deed., and other deeds of conveyance io convict. any person or persons gnll*. arrangements; yesterday, whereby renders this place pleasing to everyvisitor. { ',1 i

mortgages, satisfaction of ty of destroying pasture fences or other the capital stock: of that Institution 't/ . make ;Jt a ''point ,to be'extremelycautioua'and '
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'.. mortgages, agreements, lien releases and property, or guilty of aiding or was raised from tlS.QOOK( ( 00000. ,Then, there's the farm of'James Tyson 0 ) 'accurate J'jn'thls'work''' N '
t assignment .of mortgage, power .
well Inspection.by '
abetting the same. We are further Tbe stockholders/include some of Esq., worthy of. ''
rot attorney or In cither words real any and. moved to take this .act\) o by reasonof the strongest and best. knownflnancters any one interested in. agriculture.This because, we realize ,the gave lead? *,'

all.transactions. affecting property lobe fact that. the Uovernor on more in tbe State!, and as each share- place combines an orange grove, ger 'involved in ,a; Pharmacist'scarelessness '
it will cost 'the. between '
county than one occasion taken similar action bolder is liable for double the amount a stock farm, with the raising of the ,
thlrtyfivehundred dollars'and- four for protection of the tax pay* of his stock coder theState law, the usual farm> products and' vegetables.With Quick l : Olyeys .a'ca1l'andDelivery. ;,
dollars aud.ia
thousand from the bent information ray. opinionand ..thatcan ers ot this. county depositors are doubly protected,"and Its neat cottages. surroundedby send us your prescriptipris. ...:..., I
shrubs its fences and ;
W. B. MAKINSON.- apdllowe.
.the capital stock: practically; amounts. :
be obtained it-should. not cost t.ht- : JNO. M.-LKE to 100000. s. buildings inv! perfect. order. The place or'Nigbt '
Day .
bounty exceeding: tblrtyelgbtbuodr.di . w. L. VAN: DUZOB, Among the subscribers to' the 'new la a credit to our county and State. If S r 1hti
dollars. ' K- L.. LKSLJCV of stock W. F. Coachman, a t.hou.andaneo.bould.a1 Florida ; '
are:
Issue THE LEADING DRUQ STORE
i, I respectfully] request. that the aboveand'toregoing ,. ..,.
.-- M. H PORTER, of. Jacksonville; E. W LanePresi no affricutural slate, this model f.rm. i- . _

minutes and report that It be be made spread on W.'I/TEK LOIlttNTS.: dent. 'and T. P. Denhftm, Cashier; of laid our on one of our poorest. tractsof : : .
the a part Atlantic-National would the assertion.
This resolution was strongly urged the Bank.of Jack land disprove ,

others wbo made Bank of.'Arcadia ;J. bam.Woodbam and Butler orange
'Which ordered filed and Phllllptt, ana strong. First National .
report was
the minutes of the Board. -arguments in its favor, deeming it to J. Uurd, orange grower and capitalist ,> groves would each*form a. subject for bOcklawaha '
spread. upon the best Interest! of the citizens of the'county of Arcadia; !dr.. .M. C. Farmer a long letter: 'J
P?, A. Vans stated Agnew to the Esq.Board, County.Attorney that. as, to go on" record as depreciating . and Mrs. M. Carson, >..i.r.aDd. mother Its beginning now" to be known that THE NurseriesTo :

such acts violence -in their of the Messrs C. A.- and N.-li. N.rooo..ee "It.b..ll 11.8' many other .
in in the Os-
-ceola he was County a wayInterested Abstract: Co., asked that midst; the resolution is as follows: Canton; M.'Katg, D. C. Lee, H. Fleming advantages such ,as health cultured ,..- . '. = '.
Which motion was unanimously i A. A. Slmpso'DJ''M. Carson and society school, beautiful locationand
off ,
they .employ other counsel, in this To.;". .oioo..... "bfiea t to..I.' their ski:
,' passed. After consideration -of -theappropriation T. C. HInton. The former stockholders morality of Us citizens specially 0. pe floras
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matter and that. he1 would pay the attorney's for the Fair, on '..o lon have also been liberal ubserlbers adaptedfur, orange and peach yea "f,r*,waot(o Mud oat new>oatalo t.,'Deleft. will., .......,

fees selected; to which the Board of J. 1!'. Williams seconded by.W. to the new. Issue and the entire capita) growing. We not. only grow fruit not ,,, for malllnf about September IV .'We fear,watebed "very .lee.?. '4t

agreed and Jos. H. Jones, W, Ivey, the following resolution. was stock of tr>OOOO is fully paid up. surpassed for ., the {New the devslopnent of tk* eltrns tests lnd etry ta Ffc ..<.stoem. ISISt
Esq., as their advisor; he being the pros passed to-wlt: %.i >. The State. Bank ,bas been a very York papers invariably announce .. <;i and we believe we saw give. valaaMs tttamiilun to as* a4 ehg| .4'
sent, whereupon he explained law J tsOINED. That the"sum of -One gratifying'; success to Its founders "first arrival of orapges jo our market ". : ,. ,j(trower-: Our ellru tree are the cstauMI ofi 11 lil>lstia I sad.*.!} '
pertaining to the matter, and suggested Thousand Dollars bn appropriatedfor from' its incipiency to the present. came' today from Narcoosse, Fla.''' . / 'vduabl.vartoUsseropropagated in our wnMns*.. Wwlp: .s I ,

that they proceedby a petition ori the purpose of makinga' county time, and the inciease!! of the capita The man who buys land and makes four Uterest to look lhat list' mint; and w* believe >M wfll.*.*.

i petitions: from. the register. voters of exhibit at. ""e Tampa; Mid-Winun! stock was made necessary' by the fact a home- Narooostoe or Indeed la. -, r -.'. to flye'o rout patrooac.,after oonalderlac the Indaaemeace'we ,

lobe county.v ; ot State' fair, and that should a further that. Its business had outgrownits. most'any part of Ooceola or. contiguous . 'i ,.....to offer' j-o ...". ip.olandueemeefv*.. those'who plsotheir .
Du :. chairman '
Vtrcommittee or 's "sum be necessary ,the Chairman is facilities.j .. counties will find he. has. used orders BOW for tall tad winter plantlne: Ab.Mut.Igbowabi.r.-">j ;_

appointed.. the mass hereby authorized to< Incur a further The Presideot and Cashier of .the good Judgment.,. -andwill In, the end ":"' ,," ; i ii' :i i .'':.," r.l-i.U.. ..i f i, i I...; '..' i.M. I ; "
of citizens held Klsslmmeeoa .
t the .
meeting at .... ;
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for raid exhibit N. B. investment.
Indebtedness not totexceed. Bank Messrs..C. A. and Carson prove a good Aug. 26th, 1905, to draw up -.. ,.,. BCOOS8E1C. bckLAWAHA, NURSERIES: .
*ndv present to this Board a set of'resolutions an additional* sum clOne.Thou respectfvely, by their untiring; ., THE ,! ".
relation -to an 'approprtatlon and Dollars. % energy, and careful,and safe methods o.r: ObNNeaa hO"'I'O'fANSO11Nr' '' .t.Ao1 U
LETTER J. M.1WILL5O4Jq.
exhibitat Which was passed, and on motionthe in guarding tbe' interests the depositors :TP ,. .. : = : 1At1'1''KiI"-' lit '
by the County for an p ASBr. a c:. L88 .; buret\ i,
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.the Florida Midwinter Fair which Chairman appointed W. L. Van ) have inspired the confidence KISSIMMBB, FLA.Dear ,,' . ' : ow

are as follows: Duzor, Esq., as. Fair Commissioner of the people, and built up a financialinstttution'of : ''J.

,' To tbe Honorable. Board_ .of .Commis with full power to manage the whole which KUslmmee andO Sir:' Your* business' Is, 'when . . ,J .
? affair. o ola county may well be proud. I.fttI'f"1
sioners. : house burn. down.. to give ,the. owr
Whefeas, the undersized Commit- H. R. Campbell .of the Florida ., '- ---_.-..- .------- nor some money to build-a new oo.., :,: .
Lee was instructed..by a Mass. Meeting lumblng.dr Electric Co:, of Oca la. resa Lorenz,) which was approved by It Is good buptnsss.' Queer' that lobe I'' "" "- -4-: .lN: ,", .: '. ,a

held In the Town,\ Hall,: on .Friday, Ft a.,=:appeared before the. Board and the Board*,- :LJ world.got.on oolong without. iWJr.; : ."; oW'. .. -THE-' ., d- t r-fi 1. t,
; August 2&M;b, I906, to draw up a set of presented a proposition to furplsh an Henry O'Neal and E. D.Whaley. We paint the one that burnt down '. J {" ""f w Iot...... t"-'
resolutions expressing. lobe sense 01 U.UIOt.consisting!' of, 1 tank, 1 pump, were appointed cattle inspectors in and:) the new one too. What Is better,

weld Mass Meeting; It being deemed and one No.. 20) Otto frasqline engine Dist. No3. we paint the houses, that/don't: .. burn :
important that Osoeola county shouldbe 2 horse power, and to fix the seweraireat The County. Attorney presented' a down. } raimettoPiao1CI1iI ti : ;::
properly represented"at the coming the water closet fcc., for MOO complete oertifiedevpy of the Osceola County 'You insure the houses that burn; we ; : ; .

State. .lid.Wlnir, Fair to be held in which motion on J. F.- WIN Road Laws, which was ordered pub Insure the house that doft'u. You have .
. lama. seconded by. H. 3.: .Partln.wasaccepted ; .' : ",
TampstNovember next, and that the lished. the ashes and smoke; all the houses
County CbmmissFTners: should-'make-- and the aet-atR'aed--up-t IP -Foreman A. F.- -Bell 1 'appeared before arerours.. .' _. ... ,-.- ...._.....yi ... ... ,;.. ..! -.... i ... ....f. .. < .I. t-" .-.- G t :
sufficient for said duplicate In open Boards the Board and asked t.bat..tbe : Devoe. Wesell tl tlA .
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.an appropriation pay We p.IDtlead-aneJ.&lDC; ,. :
,, Piano Club will](be: able'to'v) ;, :
purpose. 'The following bills wereexamined: of his drivers Gerald Ashton and D. the paint .to painters; we don't By joining our you i Jj ; ".

And whereas, every county in South and ordered paid, to-wlt:. F, Hlruell, Jr.. be raised to $1.50 per .paint. :- .1., .. $400.00 '.Trade Piano fof $26TOOol1, payrnefts.of' ,Ji II ,, ,. .
Florida and a large majority of all RTBulltr."' Co. Corn.. .nd ralgc... I 400 day on account of the long hours they Lead-and-oil Is ..the- old fashion iO.OO'"down'arid per I Irnonth
the counties In the St..te.re taking a lie"WI.rsrrln.-..', .".. *". .... wSiJ ftpo( work; which request> was granted.The . Devoe Is zinc ground in with i $ ': \ membership i ; dues of $6.00 I. I ''l f .

great interest In the Fair, and have F William. *> H. . nonA warrants ".re'4rned up in open lead and linseed oil; toe best. paint In ,'. without inteVjisti '.Pianov\ deli'vefedj' ; Jfree'to! ; if'
made appropriations to amount from N Campbell, a WOO Board, and reports of the county officers the world; and the cheapest becauseit .
.od' : : > TenDollars paid,
,$IWK) OO to 94000.00 showing a general; K A L Vans I/mler AI, Clark new,ooqotr Auditor attorney,..,.... ,..: an U .M 00P were examined and ol'dereflied takes fewer gallons than' milted nearest, depot art.soon as the first -". ,is< : ;

beliefin, the benefit to be derived by IIMW".J"nllnr... ... .- !2S 00 and debited.. paints and it wears twice.. long' as
a county from a Stave. undertaking of W Campbell, Ihlpl Poor Farm,and car Tbe Treasurer's report showed the 1ead-and-oiL. No body wants poor tis Q

., this character, and a recognition. of D'NaW4':; ...,.'t......... .'Poor;; .Farm. ..,.. .... 65 ranK OO following balances on band to-wlt: paint; there's lots "-of: it, though, in ;
pauper .
the value to each counts it well as'anged'exbibll q Thomaimn. visit la pauper :. 10 00 County R.venus..r.... .. .. f 10W M the world. ,
.)- of- its industries. and K M ; .T. We 81
resources will be. C6,, m.dlolo.if.ep.r.:. ,. ,, S 85 Fund "Mr. Aaron Hlggins, of Plalnfleld, .
W A C Uro Co., lumber road . 28 Z7 Fine and Forfeiture Fu d 10X107hool ,
And whereas,. Osoeola county: has iou' Beaman, rarrrlni'pauixrtoFF .. OO < Sub-Dipt. NO. 1 ...t!;t..,. 10O 74 always used 16 gallons of mixed paint, : .,
never been: properly. represented at.'Ant w B Mtklnaon Co., feed mnlea. : 7265: Hohool Xuu-PlBf. No. 2.. 101 44BohootenbIMat. for his house* .Last Spring be bought 'To" :intrQduoJ and ;eet:.this' Piano befo'i. 'the t4 t/\. ?,
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No S. 87*
Fair,, and bas thereby been damaged 'r.OT..omuoD..ttloP''hamaMin A Koblnion. med...pauper... ......, ..... 1000 4 HO lIr.boolllub-PI.'. No. 4....... 78/ Cfl IS gallons'of. Devoe' and"had.4 gallonsleft - 4; 'I P1bll ; will form' ',club of ONE HUNDRED, '.' A: '
In the general estimation of the A f im\\\ Foreman pas roll Anruit.'. .. .. 1SS .IK Klnlmrae High School enM172Baccto'0School. ," ? 1 wj a r y ;
State, and elsewhere, not W C Ui*.Co.:lumber brldse. .,J....,. MMKUs. No.a.! ..> eau BtMaklrc Yours truly | ,- 1'' ,members, and' each' member wlilfeVa\ Planar; "r.afthe .
h..4tdanding .Telephone Co, I mo telephone.,, 2 SOaOHCo..erIieuPF -
of raakMng Co .
.capable F W DBVOE &
: we J .,.. ... 19 wholesale j
as good.an exhibit at any -county -tanford.ntethlnn, pauper. .. .. m The'paid and cancelled warrants 39, New York. : price? ; :The:Club Umitad.to.l 1.
in the Utate. Town K Ins.Cltr. water, DI.....' ,less------- 78 were destroyed. by fire In open Board, ( ... t .One'.Hudfed.and.11"nstturrientr4fih.agon'go.- :
:: \Whereas ;exhibit U 8 (J.t) And a .
a 'poor
/ ; -The ot J.A..Anderson&: Co Distan 'Telephone.
E P Dann..ahol mulea Ao ... .: II WV report Lone
", detriment. rather than benefit. to any J J M\ Oventreet, road work.. s 00 I for! convict. labor, for'August., wa.1UJand ; /' .. : SMBBBBBBfS HBBBmiB SBIJBlBBBBl
and it."*" ould. be better. to make O B .t.won, road work--------------- 5 00 the amount of 1-43.92 was. orderrd Major '0:. P. Healey' representing .
oOOuot1't' A F Bell cutting- wood...... ., .. W 44 .'
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bil. at all than to make BelITelebhone
poor Treasurer tbe Company.
Town K.IM.. (U.tjr.H road tax 11)03 61904.. 72265Kt. paid over to the County to appeared
.A one, unworthy of the county. This ... ruC6.raed.: pauper. ... ... .. VO be placed to the credit of the Fine and before.the Town' Council at theirmeeting The Palmetto .Piano' ; ;
/'C)( mmlt.tee has carefully) estimated .the K L Ile,reo. eatis report. ,.. ... S 60 Forfeiture. Fund. Tuesday' and secured! a. franchise ', ,") ; '

cost,.based-upon experience gained at A W W Johneon Cmnler.,road lore men work road. .M..1 work All-: .....;. 111-1440J 84 :Surveyor J, E; Moseley presented, for.> the erection,, of, telephone '. d . . AI' ,

v othor!' Fairs, and In our judgment it Al.Brooon, road work. .. .. .. ....;u. 77 MWn i the maps of the various county roads, poles etc.* for his company In ."tending I'' 1// fn'ariufabtoreilr In'j'
'will require not less thane! 2000.00 toY fa:iOftamt work. .,.." .'" 1\:1&: wltb'-a description of ''the same, surveyed its' loDg1 distance linethrough Js an 'Instttimefit.thathas'been;,,. f

..make % creditable exhibit of the industries J lit It flllbert.C...., bal lumber., com,bill.Tress...... .......-.>.... 44 S 85 W I by. him which 'were ordered Kisslmmee. .. .. . ., '" "our'own) 1af iri s,,Vtl| > some special featuref,thai J.will "1 ; a

f\ and resources of this county, and 1 wilioropann.ooffln pauper :. ..... .',. a 410H&P filed, and the Surveyor "Instructed to The Bell! people ..extending. their thl
; +one,worthy to compete with the exhibit : "Iuvl.ltoPP : : ; .. >
now being prepared by' other counties. Lou W ftiohnttoo! amsafrteoel.FTand1pauper, rlmlffal _u.,...,,4..4115j ,. 'II) 00. Roads In the Clerk''oJDoe..Tbe to Tampa. They have already reach 4 State betUlf'thirV ahyPiaho:; << ever" manufactured., 'U'V*'

" i M Walker- rh.ID&Itot......,.,.,,.,...; 07 M Chairman was requested to confer ed Palatkav coming this way and it Is ,' "'. '<*; .< ;n-i Vry% _.!.-l- !-J_ >-1
Ar..!'whereas, Osoeola--lav' fortunate J M Walker care ).ll.\: ..j.?,... ." ,..+ It MJM with J, H.,. Jones, and have now co'nfldently! expected' that Kts-
nougb alone, of all the counties in the W.III.r18'hnl.."'.:\.", .,',..,,,._:' 1 e7 petitions' drawn slmmeewillhare longdistance . .
; the petition or con. .. .. ., .. '
proper '
J M Walker, ,.... prUoner*.... .gn..t.; ,- 80 00 -" '-, j ,: .", '40' M ,,. .. .;
State te be able sa' appropriate up for the citizens, to sign*in order ., notion with. the outside world beforethe
t,. 43000.00 for this purpose" without us- ,, After.whtcbtbeBoard' took a reoe'a.ubt.t1 to have the Commissioners to procure first of .r&Q"ar",, ''1u : ; <
., Jng a-solitary cent of taxtevenue/ 2 p., m.' a set of abstract books for the county. The long 41t1t.aDcfdla. wilt''be, connected The C ble; COOtjan) i1

.\.reason of the fact. that we; derive ;.au The Board reconvened at ,2.';:p. m., There being no further buslnesthe with the lotfal exchange, the r

:t. -anoual-surplus revenue from the Poor aM present, *:r ,. / ; Board adjourned until. ;the regular subsclbers of which can stand -'right '
Farm ot more than double the. amount. Xlr., Walter Loren presented. anapplication tneetlng tn October.. la their. orlq; homes or offices and oo... ;FRAKIC E. CHASE.. MRI'," :t': .w .l l tCksonNle'Cpi.r' ."" ",
.,. Above named: which alene should to the StateInstitute 'tor verse! with) people la aOl: psrt.gt tbs .,.. ., .. _, .. .. : ;. .-, 'I'
; -prove a great sOdroe-of-advertlsement: Deal Mutes a* St. Augustine' ,. Fla.; It won't be good for Castro if UDtiteSans II.tted' - > ,.41' Uj.bit .:LC i..salt0! tort. cATAtesae2";" v",": w...:;...- ,.L -,

j;. ;-ior Oaoeolft at the,Fairy as. no, .other for two of his children (Max and The- finds out .that. he. .waD....*.. a acrPt, ( ....
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and the"ro al. 'f.orlrcss crown'cK'. MionlgsUln. '

: ' i of a glowing, nil!! steeped! aVtta.tntiilsunset in' 1 begolden,haze all ; J. / KISSiMMEESTEAMEH [ '

j a"id! WJeor WFdp7i 81... .11I1r la a. IItJllnMtf--pr. (4Qnd" i'nIir.osttqVeflt. .. !
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'" \ I Stftlnnnuxfit looked! ., fit the''fair scene ; BIVEIt EQUTL
j--- r, : I }n tllcnce.. and ,the -'grave Expression :
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softened Into sadness. ? .: LILL1K. STRIAMER HOSBADA, -
Slit leant her elbow on the parapet. !'. Clay JO nIlOD"Sr- Captain Clay Johnson Jr.Regular -
Captain !
and, rested. tt-r cheek: on- her clapped. :)< uU' "
!' teind.. '" ; weekly. trips to. Basslnger; s'.d return Rosead.. IsaVos-KUslB .
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: "'At length !A low' sigh' unconsciously' : | e. Tuesday morning, and -arrives nisslnnnee 1''tlda. ertnlng. ,
brelttacd. struck oi' the Ulltmeister' Special CharterTrlpa. to Lak) Okoee'obee:| and Port Myere on the> Ulll*
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car. ; accommodation for pacisengorsT'! Rates reasonably;

I lie turned. bit dirk, tern ryes. upon The most picturesque Waterway In Florida. '

--- .- the figure beside hint .; J :I..( : ( J I For Passenger and.: Freight hates apply to ','
,.- "To-icorrov," 'be began!: in a softer 'CLA Y JOHNSON. Sit 'PrlD\\>>:letor.

IS.. M"'S.. A..XAN1=)U.... j tone than tinuil l, aU \
1 .- .-- -'- -__nJuU4%.,.. '". row. then I leave Uergfelder/and per ., two !} ] & S ... '. :, '
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: g *Through the llMnsaid- I lisps 'may never agalubehold, this '" ._--.- -__ u 'I 4
.Vt' .. .i. gtrdtn. j 411'1.1111...,..," (Uer or that, of the .

t' little Continued. quietly the ;sonng but! directress emphatically.( of the Von'house$telnhansen -,' scenery"Trll" ?) ...., turn I .
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The sister blushed crimson J that I { ;
ine moment I
on' , now sma. NPdnt1ng
turned his. eyes 'her, and'tbelr '
beld '
down her head and became sud- '
I alone with illite If n
'why me avJ1'a
Tou you
.
)1 ..dcny _1Jept.. " end reproach shoved her that bethought ;. .
her
F; The, words .were infant for ear '"Tbereis mud I want to-ask but '
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:: lone, but they alet reached those of she shrank from permitting this: first." ;: 'Create a good impression among 'y'r ,
the .watchful who dlvln their salon to be polluted by the proseue'e -, .
'!\ Rlttmeister "I jt'o not bate you; why-'should t correspondents and Helps to give your
r Ing their: import( ,, with-an'Impulseof i i'f of a Prussian trooper soldier. hat uu unofYendlng( 'stranger Your ,l has | t !' .
Thin was not what the meant,. and business prestige '
;' 'Irritation laughed scornfully as he : / ,!: 9 .
nation! .Well, I do not love It.1V'Wfcy
.I'" remarked "that the" young Fraitfe Inexplicable feeling: it was rot sensation possible of to annoyance explain. :" 1: ,?" asked Klclnhauseiii receiving ( ' \ Do Neat Printing at Reasonable Prices:
bad.
\, not reached the age at which no answer, lie""repented ""tVbjr- I .ell < : \
1 hardened' into conalate-n .." brought the color to her cheek in u I The I ,, .
: prejudice (, \ \
'Surelyied Lies quickly..raining I II ] .
flitting blush: which did not escape "
last-the quick '
At repast 'aa' ceretnonlons ,
o"er. (
her hoad'and looking full at jilui. BUFFALO BIL' '8 TRAIL OPtN. .
feteinhauseu's /ou BEAUTY OF FATHERHOOD. !
.observation even
,
.; ? bows and 'murmured "Geaeg- I ran n'nawor that C1Ul'lItlad'; yourself 'n'be> _:_ ; -1
while he'seemed only.to see the dusty, G -
: net Mjhlirit" exchanged. travel-stained trooper.who now ascend* Herr von Sielnhauiieu Is .sutflcleally '' : j ; Male Parents. Deserved Share Public Road Now Through100! Mll.a.: ':
; Lies slid quietly from the room, sadt
'dLrNcLt L.bIUlH\L1OJ' aU t . :. '
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ed the saluting,1 handed ( attare Ab6u(. r-wt1fearw..c--r' "
7 the same time the Amtttino-seted! step- B :. Btelnh4usen's arm. dispatch to Rlttmeister.Stelnhausen toned'. old'fact r.rnnOeiilHirK of centuries day*postfromthu' and the .1.1 | I la It," asks a subscriber of hi,* ftuflalo'Blll has lived t6 see oneof, ,

I .. i'' (o.. Herr ItltUneister, I am at your took it broke the seal Seven Yearn the *ifte l . -newspaper, "that, with all thr. his cherished plans carried outs Afire "
service.. and opening It, glanced at its contents, war, downto' : present. about the beatitude of .mother. 40 years the trail which be himself '.

,_ '! Jr' "We will make .a llttie tonr of the a look of fierce discontent, darkening Dnhsppy struggle, Fr.u: siHii"policy (]""-" : no-one baa a good wordto Bay mapped out through the wildestpart

; t-,, ;'"Oat 'and .1 will .tull,.; explain tny. his brow a.. he read; then. crushing': it hall and always annexation been: the awe, .agzreslon, /! ( t j ) 1" W.hy indeed? When Wyoming has been opened aa a

Jprineipiea of management." somewhat in his band said to bis StefnlmuEcn laughed."What Mlt la caught neglecting the halo public ..roadt.It wa Colonel Cody's
fr'_ -., Tbe pleasant little gentleman, rubbing brother officers: 'he Mid < 1 -h religion and art bave-placed on desire to bave a road entering Yel-!
.\.' bis bands .too _ r "ours l 1" no sphere of Impossible
,, F i", on one side bright alert and brimful men." We must be In. Dresden by virtue but a saintly world of, ordinary. human. tered" off polishes It up ;"aud i in th! picturesquetrail nbw open to

,, of useful bints -wherewith, to en noon. hour but firmly, puts It back again. tourists. Beginning; on tho Shosbone
makes Indefensiblerlgutr'
lly, where might
I : lighten his friend the enemy* Th'ed to.tlieI11ff\ : . never had any halo. and River, In Iho DIg Horn Basin, It ends
',- Irritated and disgusted' as he 'was.teInbausen "Tou can 'go. I have no further has missed It Whoever heard at the Lake Hotel In the 'Natural
"It"Is"a .
could not help unbending .orders." robber's ma1lm. said Lies man's shirking his duty to the Park. ..

it the simple, kindly., well-bred coun- "IT--.-n- .,. take.-- him to the kltchenclv'ehim haughtily, and turning, stepped back ors, ) .and who ever praised bin for In laying out the- trail the.old fighter -' '
:& gentleman: food; and' drink,'; said the kindly Into the alon. }' ( It? _. ..employed no engineer. lie struck
.:' Frau tiherlng. Stelnbauseii followed sharply\ placing lalad \ are his sacrifices lose moment beautiful '
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p "You .are-very trlendl, Herr Am out for tbe wildest and most
I.I.fo. ." he returned graciously. fareli to-worrowro'crif'd' BurcliiiYt himself between her and the door; In war he" fights for bis home rcenery to be found, and this road
"I hope I-do not trespass Joo much ''That :if a misfortune! One would Lies stopped In some surprise.. C!>1I '. and dicefor It with-, from'thc town of Cody toJhe Yellow.

:your precious time."! -' like to-rest a month long in rucli a "Is that all? Have you no more to >ers." \ murmur. In peace he Is 'the pro- :, stone: pugves, through such raVlnes and

.t, '-j I) ). "1JJ' no'inesns-by' no means1!' This heavenly hou.e.a yours gnadlgeFran. advance against, us?" and and what goes out In baby along such! precipices that several

', ; ;wa,'. lies?" Rlttmeister. Permit me ." "I have, perhaps, already said. too boll '. cannot go out In golf motoring short; tunnels have had in be cut. Part

( .." to direct 70u.'*. "And no chance:! for a ride now lleberFraulelnV much, considering what hospitality de {- ) .. For tbe most part, I it may be 1 of I he.. time (the> way Is over mountains.
4. .For neerlyiw-dboursdid Stelnhausen! said the Fabnrlch to Clarcben. mands." site replied.. 'w the : what he loves is business! : he and part of Iho time along winding
if. perambulate the various lnclosures.of "lIolpl1A! It, tariff GnaiUge. ;" exclaimed a care for'such luxuries. He It rivers!, and canons.
i Herr Amtmann's '''Gut" and enter ''Does any. other party succeed toyours1 the Rittiuelster with a. pro- or -' *>en then he has his natural de Upon this trail In one of the very
asked' Lies.' yoking laugh "do you not mistake the way tp leave salary and go In on .
.. eagerly into hi* host' explanations. lonell .t spots Colonel Cody has builtfor'
b '/ The farm bad. indeed every requisite "Achl I am sorry," exclaimed the position? book; to branch put here or himself an Imposing mausoleum

L_ tuff" water; and this the Amtmannhad ; hospitable Gerlcbtsamtmann. "We are not here by InTitatiop but there on a flyer. He cant: In which he will !some day be burled.
._ In obedience to our general's order-as The would endanger the stability
"We shall not soon find gentlemen
k intended' to supply by machinery, The tomb Is located on the apex of
f'.' already purchased and placed. In a so courteous and accommodating asyourselves. victors! (' family finances and even risk 1 RattlcKnakc Mountain, which before

'" mall building beside>> a deep'well ." to which civility Burch ."It is true 'we, bare been weli received I I to his offspring. this road'was opened was Inaccessl-
fill
l :-ffhtch la/ at the foot of the bill; but ardt made a suitable reply. and ome and entertained, but bad It been I a thought of his hard lot. Mo nave to a low experienced: moun
'. I the breaking out of tbe war.' and tbeconsequent' talk ensued unheeded by StelDb lleD. otherwise, we should have taken all !<< to the highway of mediocrity tal.pcers.

I, y. absorption of skilled labor. who was sunk in profoundest-silence. we required and more; as conquerors, 'add / ( perhaps despised for doing ro ;r' In'-speaking of the work, Buffalo

:, era la the, arm7, had arrested tile ,This order shattered bls'balf-formed we are masters-at least, for tbe'pre.I'D half sugar very: wlte"and children to whom Hill) says: t" -
: plans It forced hint toturn f> his bnck'on (." ; fcacrlftced his dearest ambition.
work, and the good Judge's outlay bad ; te "Tbofo who travel over my trail
w been hitherto unproductive the first morsel of real, vivid litter- Lies looked at him astonished, as if shine Intellectually\ morally will find 100 miles of the'most superb

": .'"*&. sad loss to me, my. dear sir," concluded -. t'at'ana delight that be bad tawtrdtoe she could not. at once, quite comprehend cupful i -He holds down his chair natural scenery In the world. We aro

k ( the little nmiv,. Tor It.-w)ll be years, to forego .the. elucldaUo\ "of tho brutality this speech; then milk, a'rolltop desk, and pays for the'] In the heart of.the Rocky Mountains.
r some time befort I bring matters Into the mystery which tantalized and. attracted the_sensitive, lips began to quiver, and firm ; I gold leaf. There.which is! only : and the drinking wajer Is from the
In the month
T ;; 'working orders and Lies-, too she feels him. In spite of her proud carriage the large for }1'r on !he: purest mountain streams; the' rlvera
'I ; .: 4t much-this delay.". .: - - **Itseemed lifetime since the fame blue eves were suddenly suffused with ,. (- . on Toeing" popularrand-*-'"' that ?' aro full of trout, and here' also Is the,

'.4 At last'the""Judge's exhaustive. exposition fierce eagerness had thrilled his nerves: Indignant,; tears. his sins paN unnotedunices' big! game country of the Rockies.** '
of ibis system;his .small economies and (came back to him like renewedJron \ "Let me pass.." she said;' "you Upon tbe trail the Colonel fas established
tothe magnitude of a public '
: and] larger* outlays bis check tU. are-" she stopped: !Btelnbausen fln- If he bad more glory to gain two' bunting lodges tcalledWapitiand _

I ... Jbere, discipline[ ; there, .came to-"an: A question from the ,judge broke be Isbed the sentence for ber-"a rude ,U perhaps? be would be less > Pahaska tepees. The latter
.eod. I spell and compelled his atteotJoD.I barbarian! and he placed.1ilm.elt'rellOo.lutel7 5 to the tortuous ways of corners Is named afterjjio old fighter bint-.
i_ ,...1'' The precious, hour' 'of repose was I "Pardon me! 1 did not hear." against the door. at or frenzied financeltJaar' ;. .elt,- and In' the Indian, language

:::over, and'Von: Stelnhansen 'was pleased. I "merely asked If tbe view from the' 4. "Ic,!-, you are so earnest', yourselfthat ... of vital Interest to the:' repub- mean ",' "home of the long-haired-one." ',

.o thlak |Jot must be time for afternoon : balcony above answers' your expecta-'" you take my half Jest 'seriously' ; ; ? : we earnestly''ret'ommend\ : .that' Ps.haska, tepee has a log cal;>>ln' which!, .
:: "'-D jt that his Inspection ol Herrb.rlng'l tions User Rlttmelsterr " ,' will '"you believe ?-m7' whole earnest. ?" flas : ., !! the president has shotup; enough 1;>wlll .com.fortably accommodate lD re'tban'

farm was devoid of 'Interest ""'b.t vlewT'', asked ;. SteinbaUsen be' went on, eagerly, hurried by an Impulse the : ; he.will'give it. his. patriotic; .n ,.'"ft*. blmlik. most German of bis age I quietly.4' ''1 bare not yet" bad. 'a chance. be felt was utter folly. yet which too- attention.-Saturday Ev n-.",'.' Qplonel Cody's trail will help the .. '
.and standing, be looked forward to the of seeing'it." be could not resist.. ., ; '" "Home-seeker who will'go to tbe Wind
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., .. '.:'.)' urn wnfo. "a, viuieriDg nays o1'.r'l "Why. LIes" cried ,her father. inv.' "I cannot: and 'will not. leave you makes } Itiver.and. hoshone Reservation next
iLewondturn for':'cccapation and In- i patiently, rwby did- you, :neglect my without some explanation-some solution to last PEARLS OP THOUGHT summer; The government baa already -;\-
request? of the doubts Which anrso maddening IE 1906 the. date,
1 \ I t. 1 JoMhe pursuits ot.a country .. ; !: set June' as ,- '
." gentiemfl"---s--,.. ., "l'' ow. perhaps" the Rlttmeister mayleave'.without ; / ; is contagious. when the land shall be thrown -open.In .
1" Still lttwai( macllmore agreeable to seeing'the, bet view "flo: you not see you. bare cast I beauty Is heart deep. tbe meantime the United States is

I I b_, .? alt la tb.*shady .veranda and alp the from the. villa, or.from .anywhere el lae spell upon me? tom of Is spending 'I2.22S.OOO on Irrigation protect ,
1fragraat coffee, banded- bbn.by.bia in the neighborhood.: "Short as the time Is, resent "th. i : not lmperfecUon7: cor i In this self same Big Horn Basin

th fair antagonist. 7-Please conduct him .f once to the. avowal ...10n may., I must and will I To I for: the reclamation of near to ISO,*'
j. The two gentlemen' found all the upper balcony.. 1'would gladly a COm. tell you that I love you. -love. you In : with Jlghtthat. is not reflected, lOOn I 000 acres of fertile land.

'.'io. '- artJ'." Including the dog Nero, assembled -. panyyon; but letter I base neglected ten III')'." Uttle when .! : I The country la located la northwestcm ..
r In thia.favorite resting place. this afternoon mnst.be written andpraj He' tried'to take her band. ' ; sermon that ''comes out of the Wyoming. Imme4tatel7'ea.t of

; Lieutenant Bnrchsrdt was chaffing do not'miss this line-sunset." ; 'On twenty-fonp-jlours' acquaintance Lace t.a Into lives. : Yellowstone Park.. The basin Itself
1 L1..:'rose .silently. hesitated an ,In..ti.Ited .- *" ''(' I "contains than "-
:E ;; .Clarchen.about'the; projected ride she replledrvlth good-humored ;I ...new man .Is more. Important more 8.000,000 acres,
L- """' .whlcbr"did_ not' come xifT.-in "which .c: : then.-. bowing to Steinhaa- LJockcry although, abe ffirbed: very ftome r methods.. and, It is believed that at least a
-r amusement Von Flanlta assisted; .the. 'sen. led the way through the salon to pale and looked anxiously. at the door with I I1'1'1. pity distress is but human: to I fourth of 'this can "be Influenced byIrrigation. '

-4! ,. little .BacknBhcb.ta" was .evidently a staircase ascending to-the first floor. -You dare not scorn the feeling ;you -" i It i Is Godlike.-Horace Mann. .
-; ""r- .vexed arid 111 at ,.... :lookingt .her Here! the'Prussian officer. exclaimed: have evoked," exclaimed Stelnhansen. never- J I I That' part of tile Big Horn district
] .mister fo| help," but the latter was.absorbed "1 believe it would only be'polite in quickly) ; .then, seeing the alarm that I In the voice Is otten only which the United States governmentIs
idj the task of pouring out and me 14 relieve'you"from tbe performance would speak In her eyes In spite of her to 1 rattle of reason In the seeking to Irrigate lies along the"Bhosho'ne

-- ; ; < .>. UstHbntljig '(be' coffee; and took no oft taskso' evidently' unwelcome effort to seem cpldly calm. To -Boyes. River In Big Horn county.\
,'. notice of.tbe mute appeal. ; but-Ishould like to see tbe .."Meln Lleber." he continued Myo dG- a ( ) duty which.w. omit obscure Tho main. canal will be 60. feet wide. ,'

j ;I 8teiob uen looked on In silence' for \'Iew.f ;Which your father spoke.;; ,. not fear me; Sweetestf best! I love place truth which weshould have.5 ; at the bottom, and will extend from '
.a few moments, until he mastered the .It la no unwelcome task to staw yen yon; I.would not disturb, 0'; distress) for a .-Ruskin. Rattlesnake. Mountain thrcftr* miles

-' airoatloni ,j, ,1; .". .f- the.beauties of a land so little esteemed. you for worlds; if-if you are. free do In l1' a man la a brute be Is the above Cody along the north side of

ii A : ."Bo yon did not accomplish ;your-ex:. -by'your countrymen." .not reject me! I f sensual nnd loathsome of all the river to a terminus'. above Gar.
t .corslon, tPrau1einC1ara," he said at "Little'esteemed! Why do you sal "Nay' let me hold your hand one me- are Te. ; -1Ia wthol'lle. land. t '

_ _ ; .last, slowly stirring bis cup of ccffee.: or' -T" noent." resolutely catching and klsslnjiltrJaienf ' I I mber that what you believe At one point the canal passe 4j
'"The Fran sister would not permit "That Is of no consequence. Pray '' ;;;:. *.lD-w1atJ! can. gattj| take very much upon what through ,a tavin: with -perpendicular.
.. 4 "' \'I RueD tampering with the foe, ebl! melnFraulein fcllov* me, and confess that .Saxony at may to the _:you"-at unhappily they I I .-Noah Porter. 5 walls several hundred feet high, .nd'

}:;W ? she would like to train the least has beauty or which you cannot linked to.'ono who cannot..appreciat* "' ; "people do not look'-out for this at the narrowest point will be ,
A> 'little one-i _tbe-way she should gachtnwshr. *- deprive her." the treasure fortune has given him let dollar' own interests sooner or later walled up by a dam 120.feet high asa
''r mein CUialilger FhoI'; cmlled a* be-'spoke, with "soue- roc alone for the past! the bonds must I I Cl'neraJlY-80me.; man or set reservoirNew York' Sun. '

I- ;:. "I would ,not teach anything"save tbiuf'of a jest ao4 earnest, preceding b
'/loyaltyJ* returned-' i..the. older"sister,, him ,upstair< and through another '.ueb'u mine cannot.break them; tell tifully i|,I iq It. A rich estate, will not Regatta at Zambesi's .Victoria Falls.
'J f gravely, offering the speaker. a plate salon,, which'Stetnhausn. bad'not'yet me truly are you freer by- ('o begging for sin administrator. The first gatta on" the' Zambesi
_ '4!;of'biscuits: -wblcb CKero,' by sudden. 'lIet'D.'' "I no not, Herr Rittm isterw ai& Is .j i river, In Rhodesia will be held about J.t

rimportanate. movement,' nearly upset.. 1 Ta...'!long French window ot this Lies'greatly disturbed, "and,even It I. A Getting Evsn. ., five miles above the Victoria Falls on w'

-' _ "-* -**Ah! loya1tyIt lea: ,noble quality apt rtment opened,on .a balcony which trere -tliis is madness! come ( 'I the South African war Wbltsun Monday, In a magnificent ,

.... .aid Steltfhausen.' absently? ran a4onthe north side of jthe'house "Tliere'la. perhaps, a tinge of madness water i I the country was under reach over half a mile wide, and exceptionally - .
martial
Be- bad started front his scat to as- 'and ; '.one' of'them: ; still ,
; 'passing through InIt-returned, Stelnhatisen : I'i ". letter which attractive both to oaF.mea"ItDd
was sent
-..,,-: .Itf iQsavlEgtbel; > _> & ..,and lu- so _LIb. _leant .eaJD.tJb.b.lu.h'ad'.lIcl boldJng .her l heed:. 'jutJhere. la truU water. had to"iaae'tbrougb'the'jbans onlookers. whom' there"prort-- i
oh1n( 1kderteatl7eaugbt'the: 80ft: wtJi; a 'silent but-expressive.gestuie-' and reality In It also," he urged growing all the 1 I press censor. i t.es to be a large attendance. Crews -

'wbiM.;hand he h."just been admiring stetched: out( her handtoward''tbewU : more eager. as she shrank_from hit, and in tbe Yorkshire Volun- from Cape 'Town, Port: Elliabeth, Johannesburg '
L .-'In. ,; hi* own The t6ach wa&electric latidscape; and tbe/t! ,Jet:$it slowly advances,. spots. .1 I had sent four or five letters Salisbury Bulawayo. Livingstone

A ':.for an Ibstaot bl' thouch't.t were' in'.a LaS t be sUe... t 4 : ; "I must tear myself; away to-morrow; .. ", telling his parents about the ; and Belra -are expected to'- .
-i whlrl-tk. next be began to hope that, I
Preoccupied: Stcloaausen '
washy
i let write Leave
me lo/you; me iomstraw vessel of the regiment, which! compete .A challenge with
: i. pertupsrthe"order,; *\which lie woe..tp por- cup gold
/ hU .to this
\,. .eagerness Improve prol to cling) tov; I cannot lose youI I been obliterated by the medals for the winning has
___i. ,:-c. ,walt aergfelderwouId: UotcoineAsintn \ aUy I la*! tete-a-tete with the object ofOmlr.tlOD. ,-" and I cen- crew beep
toUoorroW I were therefore unreadable) presented, for an inter: ;entrl tour
,
-1 evening and so hesnlgkt '
bla he was for a few sec- "Ilerr Rlttmeister" Interrupted Lie '
them :: arrival it the destination. oared competition' for clinker .
: built : '
bMTe "m re'UID.-.foI;. waatt.be, onus riveted by the unusual beauty of collecting:berself and at last releaaw well j.
-it; ( 'L;; .caree knew himself. tbylew, before'bint.. [' I 'to' 'get square with the boats and prltes for pair oar and da| '
: .
." ; "au'lIt !ipg her hand ,it : : and .at (lie foot .of. the next !1 raond sculls. Ther, will,' be a
r ''Ee' b4gantoteI1 Lies of ale walk "Below rolled the broai sliver four'S
"I cannot listen-to such .folly; If yo s. be ( he.", rote the following words oared
competljjoir'open!
_ ttrouga) tbe \fana-.lth.Iae'z' fatatirv hlahwa7"lorthe Elbe* .. jf think for an InstaDt.-y' mnafa.* fully.. : look under the : to.Rhodeslan
e '*j 4d, little;-having ''taken tap a ;A. wide-spreading' plain to, the ;Jeft'waa ttere: ,Is almost an Insult in audi an ab. K. ; censor's' office stamp.the letter. j I,clubs,natives onlyTand In dugouts special, racofor, local '
which
I f.. rfece' -elaboratOi.. fmbroldery, _o: sprinkled w1thvmagom. etch clnsterlig rapt: tvowal.1: .. I : : and read.as usual.' Dot should ,
V
I' .' Which l| eye were//Aecfi.. , !" &| reund.'cbjtrcb; or toward:and far.awy "I"ttumot. ..mllpnewhat has ravgestta ,We;;\' t in char.ge spent some The'j j 1 I prove -.the least interesting' of,the ,
,dtbe ervant.tlans( taj. *ipi* >ii4 steeple* the ,I var.lou.eompetlUon.Looidoo Dally)
j.pJte4 vof ; .such Ideas .as ,to my positlon.urelymy ;; the stamp from the .Graphic. .. ..
4, 4 iseIf: ft.Ofc . cArltal.wtre dimly discernible.vOt ; fstherbi' notbeen soinv selves envelope ,! ,, '
I !.' he.. could read the inessage : ,.
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< "A.a' erlt'.1 i "PHktctJJe' : thq.otkr. "!4If'' yf-jhe; Tlver/tba' ; prudent'a. to'-bof." Interrupting .jhcfv) : > b, was certain- he..would find I' 'lti.: Trouble With 4'"
': alttlpel baaka stretched mere o. less steeply self {raven if 'y uwsrs'pot,f an ntt r their J : j' Many. .
fcntT.WVaried i I Which" .t | 5 1; .. "Jones has been unfortunate again" ,
-4: :JD brlpe' illLD! -'tb..torut'laeIcI1tl .cal..t4' trsnger-' enemy.IMH; : ..t.wlloaa'Jleel. ment's 1, : .bis patience;waa' ... 'I' ?Ye '
taJMsuater., ... ...Iaii.a. .. to J* f.B.*|*n.>Ui')so.u3talai and : .a sort of alight fear-I must not; 'for ': feelings can be-better' "arded;' S ( : .( poor fellow i; He : knows,
? tbe like isolated ItaatRo 4 I ( 'Imagin enough to dodge lightning, but he ain't"quick "
after to
tile bifhest 'c oC humor the right, dara.not; listen t* four word; desqthed'when be'read .
JI these"
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T""teOT; : !PUUlT ; -r--- & ri
J TO: ALONG.. "Ob. but she didn't embroider It b N 1 1Belf

r :IWbat'i! ll e'uae in aighin' i if your''aonl can ;". I _till hastily, for I; remembered'how '
ing *i Bong! ,.IDM'1OU would feel'at' suck at t

nahlT'day, ,or suahy' ," -o'v"-. got to. pull departure from' the truth; '"the. waitress a
.
aJongl did the work on It.". .

r Hurricane. strong arblowin'' or tide a-runnin' Aunt"scowled more fterCl\oIT'\ b.n be

) Time i. a-flyin! *-ls a-fly.ln'I 1 . choC'Ol ore".',. and tel.I' banded- ,. her?your*bor:,of j Oi'r ?u1igI

.Whit's the lisa in *
w bjl1' far the dead
dusty year!? .v an "What'l 1 _. From P t n'.r' exclaimedaunt \ .
Uidn't they have Cr08Haf'Didn't llieV smiling, all her'frowns vanishing The Oarrlcb ,Inn at Colnbrook Middlesex
bu' caret % as If by ,- England has had an uulntw-1 .
magic./ "His chocolate Ir always '\-1. ., .
What'. .
never the heed-your use !ri-weepin'trap:? World will the best, but it Is'so expensive." rupted -existence' .since the. far-away \ "... .4' .; ;> j' Hew%] swan! ..... It....... I,

Time ii &.l1y!.'-i. a-flyin'I . This tithe'!, dear papa.. .It concerned days of King John.: New York Clty.w-Jrtunty taple-material. and tilde'." tile lrwDJs 'HIS!!' newspaperJ very
you BO t told her the truth at Jaokets/thnko' tittle'IC10n'l of the moment
once. t" potawe ia essentially-atyle 't10- mncH* earnest |tn'tl.e,, Ie111'0 -
'Take the Jd
world rand C'ontented-ao'-. old 'The box Is from Tatln's, aunV, I Peter tbe" Great, la 11'Id., borrowed senni-n! and .are heter mpre It can be' alteredo! fit. next :year's] re-" b in of Im- '
at its best to see a *jK
? .: said. "Mnrauia' had It given' to her on the idea o .the whom Ruaalan'-flag. from theDutch.limong ,than when worn by young.girls: This qulremcnts, e.l"n'If It cannot be woru .., : proved klghv Jn the

-Una New Years Day, but papa' got the li ,learned Dutch ship 'cxaetly at'lt j 1e. 1 ;.wOW'. countr.1Jta e r knows '
When the' building. lie simply turned the
ShadowJeomee "n scatters duat chocolate at the little shop on our corner -
an' dainiea o'er the breast! V. ," tricolorred, white .and; blue,. upside. .Ltit e'11. lsleus; ,With y..... .. that II>6 systematic jblghw. Iroprove-
Time U a-fl'in'-i. a.fly in'! down, .. The lingerie blouse, Is the' acceptedone meat con be bad mkcept ) a great
Time U Auni looked !If she bad i whole '
a.ltin'-ia' a-flyin'J! as l national :movement*, Bach nslhaa; been
-
of the fashionable world Not :
Atlanta: !J onstttilon.,: thunderstorm Inside. of her and the BrowOIuw-lAHmer bills,,
A Barton County .woman who,1s"aulng 'alone 'III It tba'sfnartcst'bf aU models outllmdln, ,the
.. r frowns were. in full !force as she said introduces l' In Congress. The pepple of this Btato.
testimony uinmVr.S
for divorce a foe the ,* It* usefulness la extended }
'
-THE WHITE LIES sourly .;> a twenty-year-old newspaper .through thr entire year 'and ;have an Inrerest1 in ltb.( highways ot' '; .

"I hoped that your .parent would which calk her husband a dog. .She .very.dainty nnd charming It Is. 1"1111. its sister States. Highway. ;travel doe* -

OF, JULIETTE have the decenctto-coDle and see me 'says the paper was-right then and la one IsMjulto novel I In form showing a { not stop at.State line a.ny'more. than

.. ., themselves. Your fattier' wants to sell right ijpw.. -Kansas City Journal, :yolje;; .hut Is shaped on original, lines ; river transportation: j stops! wb re"tbe, J"
me '.till house, and a* ho"said be bad (11.! and. which. allows of various treatments. -,:i waterways pass from one Ht to another -',

,fnconvcn'ence of Aways Telling .the lad specially-repaired for me/per-; The Miller 'brother on' thelr ;great In this instance sheer Persian or railroad transportation! wherOale
Truth Pointed blips I might be suited very weUt" "101" ranch In Oklahoma tb4*" year lawn 1* 'combined with Valenciennes., \ rallronds( n-o.. 'Stl to 1\0| :...< High: V,

II'' Out. .; in a "U-etv curious:1'. I remarked, saying: I have a melon patch of, 12,000 acres!- lace but all-over ,'embroidery .of the way. ,..improvement> ila, sooner or later,'

r;.. ClrI.'1I Journey.rtw exactly what I thought "There I I11I1'l'n't And there are signs put'up all 1 around material embroidered by band or In to'be recognized as ''a tuneton'of then

been any' .workmen..here for, : 'll,1li.ld saying/ : "55 flue for anyone ..-rt'elo.r tucked muslin Is1 quite appropriate .' Government The 'ClovernmeDt: comprises

.7 tilt JnthJULIETTE three ;years, for I beard papa say so!" : who goes through this patch without I for the yoke.while the banding a union of States of'.mutual' la-; f
"Ah!And.dp_ you also Know'' why taking melon.." of terests, and Interdependent t-ech obligated ,
tbe
can be of lace or embroidery or
t.-___ r ._.",.T:r ra TO .HS* FATBIB.ijAli your rather want to sellthe house .,_ materialworked with the fancy to the other la compact for tbe a

', -MOM. FATHER. No one \ was tempted to be silent.- but.- In. ,,The"Seven ;Stars, In Ildncbeater'wasIeensedpubliohouseIa stitches'that always, give adistinctive'toupbr : general ';nattoDa'1 welfare. |We do not
'. possibly' f H l .ninri* KlpnJ. t tnifmnltly\ \ ;.-r ; ,- -( =' -your pf TbeelbowaleeVe. : are.exceedsIngly believe any gnestloo'preeent' or proD*

!t. .r! .o-U-: keenly than I your ;reproaches ."It, is too noisy here to 'be,'ndum ble, Polctlera .1350)( > ),, two-thirds of a cen'tur fashionable and are.' always able laTnor pregnant -w4Si 'importance -.

) yesterday ..mornr and.' besides" (.here''.-are. stables close ,. before the cathedral 'was-found :, pretty, It becoming. but there ia a to all tbe people tban bit of natlonaj -

r. 'w0'W" lug when I was just leavIng >>y," .. ed, aud [tt. boasts today a staircase 7 f j1 choice allowed between' these and/tb/ aid to good roads, sad, we :wantt ____

; for Cherbourg with my governess.. I cannot'deserlbe, dear papa the unfortunate -" clod.whl b .begao to.tick 'ever so' long IW" tti(! oJJ *W I .1, "II' long ones,. so thl1t\all .needs can be suggest to our readers! that the only

Miss .Harriet, and iny little brother effect of these Undeniable, before Dr..Johnaon was born-nearly' one :.Is 110' /limple that It 'Involves the BUppItCO.( way this aid can be .secured la for the ..

"C Paul. In spite of-your having forbid. truths; My aunt left the room hastily- two,centuries ago IM.t'< possible, labor'and' skill in the Both waist and yoke are made..with. people to demand t The Senate Oom-jj

l' 'den It, the 2at thing I did before my and hanged the door behind her.I milkIng and at the same ,time I* attractive front and back portions. 'The waist '.' onlAgrtcnlrare a year ago. faY... ,

f-. departure waa' to brush my cheeks -l should leave renouteed''theu and 'Seth Nation, fntherof JameBftheABslBtantState .: - I\lh" -smart ''In- the extreme. Is-tucked In groups and Joined to the drably reported en the ZU* er bill. ltj
'
;wIth my powder puff. 1, there (be attempt to Iw truthful. If ,Auditor of Kansasbaa' Illustrated 'It Is made trtffeta'with: yoke; and the closing made Invisibly being substantially a ,cope of the? '

This you perceived as you bade me
good-bye. Caught unawares I denied Instant Jumped-from Ills' horse and was born on April 13, enlisted In the I with tiny braid ns finish and serve tucked'at tbelr lower edger and finIsbed -- fered In the House. 'The bills will be

the tact a* stupidly a* I, did fenergetl come hastily Into the room. I wished war on August 13, was nominated I tho, purpose of a general wrap, but also .'with stylish roll over cuff*. Tb reintroduced'on the assembling of tbe
'_. ..,_? colly, and you-dld not spare your de- to announce his arrival to ray aunt, treasurer of Neosho( County on September' ," JA Fifty-ninth ,Congress, .It. tbe ''peopte '

notation. but he stopped me, ssylns-tlmt he bad 13, nail was Inaugurated on who favor'national' .h'wiW write ,,to,

Of course I am heartbroken to think I beard Of my Intended visit here' and October,. and has had thirteen children !- xdvr pesien! BY .MAY,' 1'' AKT0H. tbelr Senators and nepresentativeav 'nslstlng -

that I have ever dlnpleased you, dear I bed ,count to BOO Isle tie Instant. be, v"S" upon the measure,.jhe little difference

J. papa, so.l Immediately made-up- my knew I had rl'l l'Jted the city, ., --- In the";two bills .will be.eliminated
mind that the best way( to prove my ,lie said that he wanted to speak tome Tbe.Moor prepares butter In, an original a.a"J" '*nd the one >thus agreed upon:

:', repentance and show my respect for and not to my aunt. Thereupon way, aud gets a different taste will be passed. It IB all with tie people'

you was to conform blindly to ;your he began to Bay many very pleasant from the usualone.. Fresh butter he. 'themselves.:, One-cltlsen/Is' as much .t
.,
counsels. **. things to me, and finally asked. openly despises and uses only for cooking* :It ., '- ';;: ':JL,,;1 obligated ,,aa another la the,' matter

This Is bow set to( work b practice If I liked him. . must be old It It is to be liked. Alter No citizen Is. so'..IIuwble but that *>eJiaa

'' them that very day,, '*' Ah! ray dear papa, If It bad been'dla- It has lIaln lu a hole In the ground.for ,', .... : the rlgnt of petition,, Every rltlsen

No sooner bad we. taken our seats in agreeable= to'me before to tell tbe truthI some years and has got a certain npptarance - .. : can afford the time to write. He,cau
: ,
the train Miss Harriet. Paul\ and I; assure It was quite different this it becomes a delicacy. ,' : attend the county; meetlug that shouldbe

than the guard came to take our tick time. Creamery Journal. - a : '. ,held everywhere; emphasise tbe

eta According to your Instructions we "Indeed, you please me very much, '' ', ;':::1"'' demand for Government help 'to better

bad bought Paul's at half price. Monsieur Gaston and you always A writer in the National Geographical ,.. .. '. roads. He can sign a petitionwith his

1 "1 am sure that child ought to pay have." Magazine describes a peculiar kindof 1 ,."I"'t;.;;. . neighbor asking;Congress to give this

the full tare," aaldlbe guard; "h, la "Then :you are not afraid to become fishing In the South Sea Islands. ,:-: relief. .He can write to his Senator for J

., certainly more than seven ;year old. mt fiancee?" The fruit of a tropical tree, tbe Barrlugtonla ., .' -"' '" 'Senate Document No. .204,,' study ,ot

Di:' -He .Is eight year jold,"sir," I aged, "On the contrary. I shall be delightedto speciosu.. crushed and tied . .,' i .:.... which ,wlll enable him to talk good -

openly. do so," I said frankly remembering. In a bac.. .Sooo after It hasbeen lowered Il'4 .7 a toads to others.. All may be poste4 fee

"' n.rrac., more then. ," replied. _the how you had said he was tho most ell Into deep water the fish begin to . .,.' the asking:;and v;*'suggest. that oar '

f guard. T - glble bachelor 4 of the aeason. "iippearon the surface apparently dead 0, 1 ,1 1 + ',. t- I ''ne speper.brethrel' keep,standing In

We paid and the train started. Miss And you .will love ale?" he continued being drugged by ttte fnflt. Tbe na. 1 1 1 ,. '.a prominent place R t In, their, columns

Harriet waa not.-at all pleased with i Uves then catch them in their hand ," :r ItL- some such paragraph aa this: .

my Intel'tprelleonll; she scolded andep.lutt..rt .. ; 1 F 1 r 'Write to your: U. 8. Senatorefor'a
rr,, >tl away until oho finally "I love you already-- SUGGESTION FOR A PLOT., M C 'COPTf' Senate Document No2O4.: -
But T will atop here, dear-papa: : for -- '. '
*3 wound..vp by telllug me that she did Also tell him yoa-fsVor the enactment
It seems toIle that I onn.see you A .TVrlt rVun not think we appreciated her sufficiently. frowning this time and I coil bear H....' BaII\ Around AnrixrcrU. A 1 t 1 r t '1\ .,'... ot the'Brownlop-LaUmerbllltor, good. '
s death at Provlncetown of one of roads. .
The
r voice growling
"I beard father the other your .... and'tu people must speak
:your say "Naughty girl! You have said a* the 'luckiest finders of ambergris sug- The press
day that I vfa* stupid," she lIald..-"You many Impertinent and awkward things 'gests-.lho.query. why this rare .and remarkable -. out on'tbe.question.-- Brooklyn <(<;N. %.)

needn't deny it,,for you ("an'tr.! told the truth,r substance has not been as- \ TJptowh; Weekly. "' Q."M. .. L'1A.! : ..;
have
a ;you .. .
Ot conl'llI hat to tell her the truth. .<. .. l ''"'
prominent place In liter 'T -u. ,1ttoaa '
signed a moro ,
So let me hasten to reassure ;yon -
'He didn't .iy you wee stitpld," 1. dear 'Papll This Is all a story that I ature. One of the moat Important,, prop; 1ti 1Ir.1.'_. Stfte.

answered" but be did. say,,, that :you have made ap to tell you. cities for the "thriller"! Is some article ,. In'tber maintaining' of the rode.
ben'
BO' nttle'experience' beea'badthe 0
II were a. goose. half fare ;Wblcb combines great value with small
Paul Then
paid no more
.Mercy! That Will worse than ever. and Miss II.co vln'ed that 'wecould bulk and can ,therefore be,:easily ,abstractcd part'of .the Highway Opmmlsaii.jera
\, She looked at me a* If abe would like Jlarrjet without or hidden in a sealed drawer.Usually \ 1ti'I and.the people \n. gene**!,that it j

;,. ,'.,.f'to, ; eat me, tip 8ht".
[IV::*I, but' I think., dear papa, ;bat'10" had of ahd.thar.we tbe-e irthl I 'The' shots'brandy passed very the amulet or ring..of' rarlt ancient\ workmanship : f. once buIlt It will laattstatu...,. Mall
'.
"'I.r O.sasrsNaNaes. aid'boartk'
'; ;' ''better be on."the lookoutfor': '."another, customs officer beneath their eyes and frequently a wW tor .an envelope Highway' .
governess. t valuable But why feel tbla .... lW8J"
of
noses, anil they 'nover suspected a papers. "S. *
o We.reecbed our destination without' 'not try a lump'of ambergris? It 1* an iron bridge and-neglect to'L
thing.
further'adventure, except at the,custom . My aunt Is delighted with mamma'seeritreplere rare enough, certainly, since' In fifty; it. but even a bridge built'of Iron wti.
when asked to declare ;neglested.ioes.: .Ita 'strengthJust tIIIIjo">
house we were which she thinks Is all her years only about a ton has ever been
the brandy, till! cologne the game satisfied found and, unlike gold or diamond, same.as a road built of stone It b......''"
Is
own work, And she perfectly .'i ,
e for wy-aunt at Cherbourg and all thereat with the cheap chocolate the the' visible supply is constantly being t i t lected,will go.to pleoesr. --Tbe real proof ,
; This lost fourteen ft ; a stone-road, 1* dependent upon tbs*
of the things: Potln box. She will. certainly buy the used up in the arts. Awhalerthat 1' a
francs. *ftpe.wW-h It eeeelvq.. dnelar.th.. first
.
more bouse. And ,as for poor GaiTon dTourllette. brings In twenty pounds of ambergris .rl' .
.1. After an hour's ride la the carriagewe .,-be la still Ignorant of my from a.cruise,Is accounted rarely for- I ., ," 'six mouth after It U finished, and itfe
at IHlgth ,tbl't"w ourselves In.to.tbe. :tunateand of one which In sixteen perpetual attefloa''whlclf''it/"' :receive
sentiments! -'
arms of sister. Thin and bony, -: ,4a ( --- : :, after that Some oommUsioner$ think '
'". :your I merely wished to show :you & trifle ;years took 100 pounds It was remarked: ; '. .
'more homely than '"ever-I am still being maliciously perhaps, but perfectly respectfully that the cost: of the vessel wa paid that:"hen *V road 1*;.completed tJJJt It '

'\ perfectly frank, :Jou'IH-.he stood I assure you, that the truth 'three times ever from this Item'alone. - the loose atones,art raked,off onco'laxthirty .

wilting for'UB on the threshold, of'the. talked so much about U not al Another of Its possibilities lies in its y? days that It will maintain Itself
you .
old housa which so anxious to"aell 'for'three' or.' four"years,,and then tbe
you.are veritable '
the "
? Ways expedient to ten, Indeed you deceptiveness It Is-- : 'would be suited to, the costume, to long'ones are made with !.deep. :cuff*
to b>K: would not think it'was -modest or fitting - ;"fool's' gold"- of the'sea.-; The lumpsof 1 I linen to"mbhair"andtoail.; seasonable and puffed upper porftonav{ : ; road, can be resurfaced 'with.top dress- '
"Why dldn't'your': mothe, tome ,,'IUtf ambergris picked by strollers on' gal1d"aktram'rofet, : and again beCome ,,
up .
for a lady to Issue from her well materials. For the general wrap:'taf The quantity of material required for, r
?" the asked me at once. described :;; as good- as bew'and ready to go
you the beach and enthusiastically ,
world
travel( the and one-bait
and about through feta and mohair are perhaps the moat the med1ubl .Ise:1s four ''
f "Oh. mamma was delighted toget without being adorned and ',.'clll'd. to a In the local papers usually fashionable of all materials at ;'this ;yards twenty-one, ,three< and. onehalfyardsltwentysevenyor t three, years longer, without attention*
'I' ) rid of us BO that she could have a good certain extent. turn out to be'common' tal'ovr.' There but when used for the costume II ; ], Tills method of caring for.road; it far'

) time with papa'. I replied, for wa It You had far better'trust to'woman's 's. no romance In gold mining! .by tbe it season can, be made from'any thing' that .. -x.; from economical and satisfactory! j Tbe
; not the truth? 1 beat wl7to maintain a road laras soon
if en. the, operations -
her icyanlde process; ('v '
tact. ftucBse and taste to render so be liked. .,.
' "She Is not III. then?" andbewitching Jn the diamond, fields, for all their may aa it Is'turned over by the State to the ,
ciable emlable 'and even pretty Tbe jacket consists, of the front, t
-- ""No, Indeed.- -' of her great "finds,:' have come down to tbe : town to engage a man totake chargeof <
without
losing any back and sleevesand.. ia fitted- by
r "She wrote me that she was in. Alit I with little ,mere devising of elaborate systems.to or .a five-mile section at'an agreed price;
her a
natural Cover shoulder and er-arm '
grace meansof ''
qo
.I underatand perfectly: I am to have the companies from being peir'year and put him In charge of.the:
the of few Innocent protect and
anodyne in shape a seams. The sleeves are loose in tu .
all the care and worry taking care without .wlodlld. But in.tbe'hunt for ambergrts ,road, providing hero with surface material 1
freely :
and she
lies may Journey elbow length, so that the little gar '
i' of the children while the apnuses her there might still ,be found the which Is stored at regular Inter
fear of Injury. mtent be slipped 0 with perfectease '
""' self." scold Spirit Ofal'treasure ve.-New York can % vacs on each side of the road tor resnrv"facing. .
dear do not me so be
Thu. 'waist that
papa worn
8blt did not seem<< pleased somehow.I severely another time. I promise that. .'tost. beneath.over any- may. r f .- This roan goes,every; ,day wltl '
J, trled.to caress her and soothe her. his rake hla'>shovel hi.hoe and,bta
. I will tell only nice White Innocent A.lolDobUI..r P.Mba4 the teller.Judge For agirl of rearteen'ear.. wJII be
"But you love me, little one don't wheelbarrow the entire distance of the
she little lies, and you must admit now. not an auto by its smell; all required tWd' and l you? sald.i road rain or Shine H* remove,t...
llfo
c', yourself:, that they make vastly .comparl.ol'are odorous material twenty-one. two yard twenty- .
Yes, aunt, I replied. la loose"Atones. 1e ,.keep.' tl>*> shoulders
mother more agreeable and easy to llyeJ A tack In the tire leas a'tUorn in the seven, or .seven-eighth yard, forty' M
"As much as your ? low at the side of tbe road so that tbewater'passesfreely''over
t '0. . Iwas about to tell a lie., "Fortunately fact, there'"Is nojgettlng' / JULIETTE.along without flesh; both are tiresome.. r four Inches wide, .with six yards. ofbanding "them to the

I remembered your word. In time.- so I thou 'It 1* a abort' ; rldetbat bail no spendIng Jo trim as Illustrated. : flitch",, be keeps! the sluices'opened,"b<*

y:' ; .. aU'W'f8l1.her truthfully; ll a,...Uy Bti.trlm.. The Steele Vkrs-l. JUIsj 'the.depresstona,' fills'JU: rut and,
., -' "Oh, no, Indeed- aunt not' nearly. aid b All does not go that glitter.- repairs each. spot BIB.\ fast".1b' surface '
1:' "If there Is much virtue In tbe doctrine An auto ia not without odor save InUs The sensible woman ns'ef her rearon' dreulog.wearsotla'r.hlowe'awy.. .It ''

:. much it because you think your motl ert of Inherited qualities, why Is own front seat. : on these occasion She knows that Itla f4 Is-tbla *onsUU: .atta oa.'wbleh jeepi'the .

-, la prettier and "mere agreeable. than IT there kncVa "Blt.dlfference narrwe: see Hay not: "W4t..lball_ return_at flye. folly to buy a gown which is already road always in good order and at1'the'letst

_ahe persUte. (0,'a, multitude ot, Instances!,. between ye; may return at sixes:. and sevenav little. out of style. ,Unless' a :bargain'can 'expense-' to'the'omm nlty.'inexperienced 'rOur.Atgprlead
-- 'That'll-, e1I11ctI7'tbe-reuon---t'if broth error bet weerf-elsterar. '-'sa Id-Mr.-* .Oils-well-that ends.welL_, be'wo n at' tout a .part of next fqad'btfjders' '
& 1 \ may _
piled R. T. tluffniayer! of San Francisco. Approach raHroads warily lest they "season. "It Is l\P-'bar alli'-at'-aIL :One R. ; In handling. stanV.roadit;: ,.

1 .r Shef rpwned at me a.blackly as Miss ."Years ago I. began to make study lead tbee1 to het1t 11': ;mustdo, a little looking skirt forward.. Is -.!, ant H won'.t' take,long,to adopt the beat
. done but she of this matter! and I have a book at "ThougM' thdv dswearby '"thine 'auto the reign' of the pleated beginning .h '
to. Harrle had gave me one Will -"f. l4JY'VI. 'I method,...whlcb long.years .". lat chance to redeem myself. home filed with cases bearing on fraternal ." seven tunes, the eighth thou wilt swearat to talk the popular, broderle Knrop' have proven, GlJ be the otl., '
."Why/how'-old do'you'think<<1 : Iami"abe disparities, I kOOWof1a i( (learned It; that; ta-XljQOet. Ahglalse be worn nejt't :year? ,Ia-the twp and' one-, economtoab-htder.'' andl.;Driver.$ ........
) balr- leeve a'' fleeting fashion It so.it fourth 'yards fortyour' Inches''wide; ''-
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The parasangs '
demanded crossly jurls''and a;most excellent :man fromevery horse'gd th not; ten an 'TTork.'xi i/' i
i < -.Apln.l was abNOJut ll' frank and point vf,vlewwbo has a brc'-her hour, neither doth he explode .is no economy ,to'.buy them at this with' 1I.ve-elptIl7.n1 of all-over: material ; 'M''l. '" .

j; said Just what I thought. ,, !i'Nearli In ,tne penitentiary. I knew of''4 family To speed Is human; to. be" !augbt. .la-. late day. On tae other band, linen_Is_a. and three :yards of inaertloiu.,. /"!' "' .1.tat__...,..... xreap'e tQ..t.1F: ,,\ '
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slxty>I should Judge. ; ; .,
y.: : ....... Aso aahi..... .... V.ll. Ieut. _Neb. WJ aOieiflaa'teibe low'a.eerta1D'poi.to! said tbe clubman.'Som.'Mendaof'min1r'I -
of tbe highest'social ana business .
;.. -- '"LittleI I fool.i imtonly forty-f te, men other:'.three AP..a.... Bet.r. lleallty.,, I ,. ,Tbe ./wlthout'X.gulmpe':: or"a 1 ; "" : while the
and sh inclined to boxmyeara standing
a* seemed quite I .
\ 1m. one's veil in the e particular days.- ''Ptl 1 alaaddenl7.tMuld/ : I
Iaborb'luidM Atb9Jimlataken'.bread bft l.ette.III an exception this season and laartlstie
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nkitcast\ '
.10 kaave and .
were *; vagabonds, .
I ftt hlghJlme(
thought .to. .
'-. get the presents that was I bad brought to from,studety.', .They, had th,-.same : preufbbtthatlthe ibltenesspt! : Wbept! : The,tasblod'lsgreatl7'to; 'be encouraged warily It. 'must mateh the thBt,;': 1 t"" ,it;nejceaary/tt.. 'feduc/' >*pVi>Bea, aid <
"* moral 'det rmlnea Ita qualltyvtbat the'wbater not only1 for Its daintiness and tbail* not 11Y \The eccentddebapesoil: the' Jnad oUtrgottl+r1"i :. so sree.
.. bern .j. \ father and .-m.U.er..tbe .m -. / '
'"Here la that"l< and Intellectual; tralBing.-JVbence..t2 g the bread th*. bett t-tbe- Par I almost ''universal\ ',b'ecomlngneM., bat many; f tbe hew> hats have to b>,"takentntopondderittalrun .._..:. ". '' rgef d1.eoeF: 'tt..;Pt the end -
r' centrepiece mamma J tAdtyabbkl'"'.1" tot'yeh*been row-, Its '\ j selecting) t" 0 BnentbiiT JFll.I4. b It the one':
difference'I to dw of two sllt\n,, onot4WbQtii also. for cooolnesal'! JI.T, I (,_ \ .
,s.ot.;yotr/.I raid' af quicklys3: eonldgetholdof.lv .. ,...1 ,. ... ' ,
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lag more end'' more exacting: bn'thir'score'and "" . lUnti ther b d. ber ...Wtto'dIR'weal : < ..it
wfa ten atfgel and 1M.other a r ,
It' ,, ,,. f.ivt.'t-: :':" ../'Y ," .. tberetertlrthe,lk1en.. ._ot. > ,A9ettai.A.t., .1 4, -ra.. ,...,Eatslit.DfrNi,/. ;FRtae.n'Tb. ; IeswprsTha. made, the'leUSsiegllatghaulated"takaatherplace
+ It", ". Is 'very .pretty and .;ptyJ+plI 19t US Ae.Ptq 4,' tprp. h.hetJJt4 'grain"jDour* has been' gradually' "'anT'' '''There'ts no ..pretttef..tbat\ than I ,quaint : lne.. t.t _>VKmplre,, . t d
.,.' ....*4il TdeHgbted.! "But wbaV qualities often.existand: are- influential -' ?
I :eepeoIJII7 tbe formatlOU''' f 'C' aracter..but: preaching ft limit The public bas., ai i tbe !roll-brim"of'! soft, d ck" opique.trimmed'wtth > :;; 1>reM are Blflg'ulariy'/b'C'mJng to the tbe' chaste blanc Weekaeand ,
r t ,! touches Is tbe tbooght of1 ell r .
? me received slender + tttf are+ '
'a silk a 4'7oatbfGtlGpN. It'tt.nit"t'A
; leaf a 1I.t eD
"k .a nutWve'rtootYStlenttna handkerchief end
., consequence
w .*' the'atltChea"that'W. ""srst.-*r-n-l4ir.. . J" lut.- \ the 1w rtalr.a"-W of their traosalSBlonUiwbolljPost bqtjD; ) . = Americanr: .a white birdoc-wlBgs.'!, ., ,4( ..\ '&.t'aladil<<_ kith'Itt: it4eb4DIItucker! a.ID.QI1t. .-- ) ( .... TW
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The Klsslmmee Valleu! (Gazette; AN ORDINANCE. '] AN ORDINANCE.

AN ORtJINAN, It'Prqvto.llns for the Payment Authorising The Southern Bell Telephone and .

+,:, TKLIPHONR NO. 11' 'of Interest upon and for the kvd"mf>(rob o(, Telegraph Cu.,.to" use the public streets of the and'Notions.

i fKID4T. - the Town Ko'udn,stvled Street Im provemeutRonda" Town of Ktuslmniee'Cltr: Florida, fur thepurpose Dry Goods Clothing
rD.L1.YiD.vgaT
and "reraetery Murwxvtt Bond,"1 of placing poles and electrical conductors .
+ a Office lu VfcHey ,Uatette Baildrog and for the Appointment of Bond. Trustees thereon .

Itt$81'MJtlt.08 ltOL COUTY.FLA. ; and Deflnlng the Duties\ of said ".....t..1: fwtlon 1. Be It Ordained "bv tbe Council! of '* - - -
.' BE 1TOKOAINEO BY THE COUNCIL Of the Town of KlNiilmmue City, Floridathat NEW
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: d w. B.. kA PEST Editor aid Proprietor.Watered ) IKjrmiSHiou be and the same Is hereby jcr.nt,..d LINE OF -
TOWN Or KI8SIMMEB CITY III..Uol. | the Houtt.ern bell Telephone, and Telvgraiih\
at the .PmnaMoe ilk Klsilmmet., Fl.., Itsliall; be the duty of the Cognetl Co. Its suct*..SM>ni .o as......nd..I.. ... mall matter.___ io provide annually for the y4ymentof Urn Intcml .od malnuilii. Hues of telephone. and teli>urah| '
upou the bonds luubd fur the purpone of tiiclndliig the necessary poles, ex ure. and, '.
ti Subscribers!! .will ptesse. notify the' office. II Improving the strerta of the Towu by paving, electrical conductors u"0". SIOIIK and over the Dry Goods FurnishingsA
1 ther (all u>net tbe paper regularly.( I KrsilltiR and otherwise working the came, IMibtiit-roads, streets IIlIoJ liluhways Ihe'J'o'Mn
I' All eommuulceUons- from our authorised i stvl.d "i-lreet Improvement Bands::: and upon; rKissln.in, Florida .. Its buslupss may
correspondents must be tuned b, the the bond lasuvd. for the purpose of paying thebalance froiiLtime to tlmereqiurtt. for the |iurHim| oII .. ,

, t ; ., 'WBeJeited:; :;' matter will$ not be returned unless :.mortgAge. due upon on the the Ron purchase: Hill Cemetery nmnev ootx atyledCeuielcry and I all dotfigt\ ""iKilcs long shah'|distance" neat bualueits and! ijrnimeirlcal pfuvtduu ProT.Tided that- -- ,-' -. -- --

r ' called for_ ; MortxMe Bnudii," .i,d to providefor further, that thin onlluance. shell not bei A
1 the rrrttton of a sliikinr, hindfor. the redemption i construed' conferring franchise to erector \
t '8t1BSc'IU'PTION BATES.On of said bonds, cud to that end the p operate a loral telephone' ",exchange to do a ClothingGoing Very ,Cheap. t r :: ,
n}: r oopy. one year ...........,..... ......'1.00 s One oopy. ..U, monjhs.. .. .. ... ... :... . ./.M"Friday these chArgei.Hentlon I I Si-cllonX: 1 hat the work of erecting poles
,j One copy.three months... ... .. .... ,.. .211 Jf. Immediately upon the .UfMiance by virtue of this ortliiiauoc shall "bu done uuder
of said bonds. the .Oounrll shall sppnlut by -upervlslon 01 the Street' ('OIomltteeLaod/ .. ,
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resolution to be' reoordod In the tiilnut a the tIoII'b..1I Telephone and Tele- ; T
,$eptember 8th, 1905 committee of three persons, who thaibe freeholders graph ()O.. shall replace and properly relay
of saW l Town,and shall I: be styled 1 msteesofTown : tiny sidewalk or Street that inity has dfeplwrod| VV VVVVVV VVVVV VVVIVVJVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV.7yChopped
------- ---- -- ---- Bonds, a lx>ud run b) .....>n of the ereA-tlon of nuch pole, and
n.o1.ob:
The Valley Gazette endorses tbeactlonpf nlng to the Mayor of : : with siifMrlentsurvtiealu upon| tbe failure of the Conrany) so to lu after
,tr th e. sum.( One Thousand Duller I dny's notice In writing snail, have been
i' the County Commissioner each, conditional that the Mid 1.MJ...-... .nhall 1 tw.nlt e Mayor of the Town of Klimiminje
', in their resolution' adopted by lira faithfully I dlsrhanre the tnut rone.Ild In them, rlloFld: : to said I Company, the town may We Have Dawn rri
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Board at .their meeting this week coo- and shall pay over and duly aorouut fur all'ltiMt'rejelrpooh\ poNan 01.I( ,,, sirieHulk ornri't 1J High es.lj$i
sui-h sums or niOuey-si may sums Into theirhand rosy have been dmturltod bv add Company
i r doming the ieoce cutting' outrage that by virtues ol saidtrunt. ..'." aDd collect the eiwt from said Company.Heition .
have been perpetrated In this county, Section S. All moneys collected: to pay the a. lu i-oiislderatluu of tbe tlybl..ud
? and offering a tubatantitil reward of Interest upon, or tore tlnkiim: fund for, ssld, privilege herein .,a..led said Company. shall ,
bonded debt: shall be i sld over by the Marsha upon demand provide! one cross arm on eschKile jS ;
+ Five Hundred Dollar for evidence to and Tax Coilertor to the said. Trustees, and the [ ou which. the Town of Ktsslralnee city, : 'UNEEDOUR6OODS ,
''COOT let the sruilty parties. This reolut'on said Trustees shall pay out of- be funds sore* Florida, may deals to attach either lire alarm, i ,
undoubtedly reflect the feeling eel red the annual Interest on raid bonds, and r..roM"::: .-' teleRrsph' ': wiresurine; 1' "
shall Intmt the residue In odswurliies, to be police and Rro alarm telegraphystem
r, ., ,of our beat class of citizens and car- i' held as an accumulating land for the redemp. of the 'I own of Klsalmmie City, Flurlda.ecilon4. : GH ..tL . WE NEED YOUR MONEY."
l'tlea .n.tbe more ,.weight that It Is lion of said. bonds at maturity.Section 8aUl\ Company' so ailat. all burps I .Bi
the official utterance of tbe governing I' 4.', lu case of the death or resign be .lIbJ"-et to tbe Town Ordlnaurtes uuw tu exIsteocM *#
tlon, or removal for cause,of any of the aald or rhluh may .hereafter. be passed relative : > '
body of the COUt,. Tbe resolution Trustees, the Council shall fill the vacancy.Section to the use of the public streets by telephone
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r bows that lobe Count Commissioners o. A''Ik ordinances or pert. of orulnanoes and telegraph companies. I it -pct my Prices Before; Purchasing! > ::81
f are determined to do all that lies in lu ooufllctherewith/ be, and tbe. same Section Said couipanv, shall Indemnify
are., hereby repealed. the Town of Klsslmuiee City, Florida, against i '
.,. their power, to put. a atop to these Head cent sod second time, and p..etlID 1 and .....m".U liabilities for d.lOa" which Shoes Hats, Ladies and Gents"Furnishings. .
dastardly acts and It furtber shows ones session this 6th day of oeptcmber..A. D .at* arise or accrueto, the-Town of/ Klsslmmeet'liy I
;that they realize that the stock Industry : Florida, from any. injury to peraonsvr S
3 (isiitj( W.t. VAN DCZOE.i tbe doing: of any work herein '
. ; of the future CaD 'only be successfully President of<< Council: authe.rised, or the neglect of saId. Company. or ; TL r CHAS.W..DANN4
.developed by mean'' of traded Attest / ., .,' any of lu employres 'to comply with ordinance '
t cattle raised behind pasture fences.It . .1. R. hILBERT. JR., , \ relative:: the use of the l.r. of' t ta
Clerk of the Town, oIKlMlmmee City., "<, said town and the a<,'Cteptsnce bythe .
Is thegeneral belief' of our best Approved this 6th day of 8ej: :tember, A.D Company of tbU ()rdlusnoe shall beau !...tA c ihn... .. ..... .-fslflf.. .. .i.. fif n..f f..... \
citizens who have for a lone time agreemeotb' It to- pay to the Tawn of Klsslmmee .. ..'- fififlflf- f:::10 f fifiPlfiflftrflf
? r' ", seriously deplored the wanton deduction : J. W: ADERPOLD. City, Florida, any sum of money forwhich - - - - - - - -- '

i and the malicious:"Injury 'Mayor\the Town of Klsslmmee. City, the town may become liable from or by .,... ,.- .-- -,-- -- -, -- ---- ,
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'done to tbe property of law abiding > Beollon 6 bald Company shall file with the I Notice to Cred'itors. Legatee
'tax' payer that these crime have been ? Like PiodluKMoney.: Clerk ol the Council of the Town ol KlaslmuiM I
; City, Florid. Its acceptance I and Destributees.
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of stand-
largely committed by men no FlndlDfr.bealth 1 t. within .
llkedndlnin'osoney 6U days from date tbl.Onl..a"1 -
'log in the::county, men wbo'own noproperty >...*o.think those who are sick; When effect. All persona. ''..In..I.'m.' ..aln.llh.. eatai. '
"r T and DO taxes, who are +' Hectlon' 7. Thl.ordlnao.. shall be la force of Henry W. Barber,deceased. late of Oscol Valdosta Foundry & Machine Co
T pay you bave.aoough, cold ore throat. ,, and eOect for term of thirty (l'-lf:/() yean. from County, Male of Florid< *.will present the same )
( hired tberocaalon and who ,
-likely or- heatl Irrlatlon', better act prompt the date when .hallloek_ effecl and It shall for payment to the undenlinetl.( properly at
till cling to the. old..free range and ; ly like W. C. Barber, of Sandy! Level be subject to all the- terina. aud--ooudltluna of j tested within the time prescribed by law.,01
1, scrub the Act of lyeglslature of Florida the tin*will tft forever burred -- -VALDOSTA. QA. '
entitled
cow theory. ( "An -
Va. .IItl. says: 1 bad a terrible Act" Prohibit the Granting. by MuOI..III1., NANCY BELLE WHITK. 1
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1 j p L_ Pabture. fences mean graded cattle', chest trouble'caased by 'amokeand FmuPblses or rlxhts Io use the streets forCer.le ', .idmlrildralrlx ol Estate of Henry W. Ruler.Administrator's '. i
,and graded cattle will bring us a coal dust on my lungs; but., after find- Purposes. for any. term. exceeding thirty "- -
market. to replace the expiring Cuban Ins no relief in other remedies' I wai I ana(3O) years alter*the or eiplratlonof without. rnervlng such term right to. at Write for IJairgrtlii List of Engines!! Hollers \

market. Tbese fence-qutter .are, cured by Dr. Klnjri. JJew Discovery the property used under the said frsncblae purchase I I. Notice. .anti. < Saw JlIIIs. All kinds
'I fighting foolishly for' the free range i for 'C& tloo, Coughs and colds.fr I or rliibt," and approved. June 2nd, 1_. All Ben"nsihnidtogclalmlor. dem n<1 l. upon and sizes. \fo. buy !
and scrub cow conditions.._ They.see prestb.t sale of Besov; Scat and second time and passed In I l, the estate of Thomi 8llu, deceased, wilt, preent > sell and
trado
cough lung
any or and .
open session this 5th day of September, A. D. new second hand
: machinery
-;, tbe rang being rapidly fenced and medicine in the world. I**. ., ,I same to me for payment properly .Ue.t.- > '
Y, ,falling Into*tbe hand Intelligent. "At Osceol"- ? 50c aad ".00; l AtJ W. L. VAN DUZOR, :d, within I wl'l be the forever time ,prescribed barred and by all law oenoni, or theme la- of, every Itind. We tnannfacturo Columns.

progressive<< stock br eder4. Nearly guaranteed. Trial bottle free.The."cotton president. of Council. dobtMl to old eitile will make Immediate

v r, ., ;all t. available- land In the ,upper .. i .&t\ellU'J. R. OIL'IERT.' JR. settlement with the uaJeralimed.i. W. Lintles, Ventilators and I all kinds orcllHtI gM. '
MILLER
1 ",part of the county Is already fenced statistic Clerk of Town of ili.'mm.' City. j Administrator of the Estate of Thomas lilies.
s.' tr and when the pasture' fences are safely exile colony I. *. R. Clllbtt... Jr.. hereby certify that the deceued, .
'' established, tbe fence cutter will lose of the Agricultural; Department, now above I.airue and oornM-t oopv of an ordinance {
i' in Europe 1 I. reported prosperous and passed at a meeting of the council of.the Townof Notice n"d QUO PRICES WILL SELL '
little Settlement YOU.
; l i theirlast chance to make a Klsslmmee City, Florida, held on the Fifth of Final J
,bunch of stolen dlCks and sleepers.. increasing, in numbers. day of Sep..mbel'\\ 1 ( .
lor ..Mention thin
; We question. whether 'our people I I i J. K. GILBERT. JBv, Application Discharge. paper! when writing fur list o-ooU1 1
:Stove
Wood. Clerk of Couucll
,f i . f.t fully realize the enormity of these Approved this' eot.e"belIlb. lwv>. Notice I Ie hereby glean that th. nndenriirnndaa ,
' fi :/ ,crime and the great' Injury done to W&will furnish'Stove'Wood, ISKAL] J. W ADERHOI.D", decre.dandof Administrator of the estates of R.II.Lanlnr .
fjanlnr willon
'' y the good-came of our county.; Every ered to,any part of town aj dellv'l I! Mayor. Wedn d.y.. the Mary 251 h day or.;October dnrnMed A., D. M. W1L.LSON -- ''Ii
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t record on this question and Join the 1 I .Citation( ofAdministration. Jude' 1.1.-.I of....Ononola ri Oounty: u.A Btatu of...Florida..i .....,.aiOonrt ,.:. ( NOTARY PUBLIC... )l .
< County Commissioner la their praise- Nonce of ; --for ,,'rtlnuhnrije;;; ..rki.dminfxtrebr;: (;; t;; {
wort)'. effort to put down such lawlessness Application for Tax I COOT JODOE'i Thi April aoth. lists. M. KATZ. : I STATK'AT LARGE. ) .W. L. Yan DUlor & CO. \ .
? '( Deed Under Section-: of OnCtOLA .Cooar..l.1. :" A. Administrator. of Bald E: tat"'a. Real Estate Agent.
P. A. YAHlAOHBW.Solioltor '
n'' i> i Chapter: '4 R8., Laws By Whereas the County Lowell Judge Price of: said Carmlchael County:I. rial ap for Admlnlrtrmtor.M KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. .

,; it' A* will i beD b.t.hemIDutea of theM plied to ibis Court for Letters Administrationon --"-- ----
,Board of County CoramUitoner. an 'ofFJorida.Notje the Relate of Nelson Russell deceased, late DR.. J. W. SIMPSON BROKE'RS':

' ; a, appropriation .cf one thousand dol- U hereby given that R. If. Pf ano and *f Theaeara said Court, therefore T of Osoeola.,to cite and admonish all f1tttttt"'tr'tr"t""t"'tt, " ' " " .

Jar to be. expended la.oollecttnsr Geo. T. Blaglrtary pnreha.n of Tax Certlfl. aod slnrular the kindred and creditors of -said DENTIST. .
Oaoeola Dues Koa.; MM andM.; dated the *th day deceased,to be and appear heron this Court E .3 t
suitable"Uhlbttto: : represent of June AD. lie! and till, day of July, 1WS on or before .-h.lIOth day of September, A. D. Office over Osoeola\ REAL. ESTAYEAND
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county's" resources at the -State}Mid- ha filed said certificates In any office.,and has alas, and Die objections' If they have to the --- .r Pharmacy.
Fu Winter Fair to be held la made application for tax deed Io Issue in soeordaooe gnntlng--thtten' as aioreead, otberwlie. tb. --
d Tampa Nov. -
e' f lJ '15th to the 3Ctn; was made.-- ' the following with law.described Bsld, ,certificates" situated embrace, Io same Witness will be ray: granted name as as prayed County Jndre of the -E 31- OFFICE HOURS. :: |r ?:$0{ tmo;5M301p,: $. m.m. L INSURANCE:Ii 1

ttl' 'appropriation-was IW... made Upon Oeoeola ooonty, Florida.to-.see ConntT aforesaid \.hul8th day of Aunht, 1_. --- 6 ---- No. 78 jun 6.. 19r.. . .
y !tf'' ;;'the request of tie committee appointee -OartiScata Swa. swM of sw}< 81. Tp ir, R (ISIAL| W.B, JOHNdTON.P. ---- -
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1' the Be. Certlncale beg*.III..h. tIP Of s* nor see, County 111"'., ;::;:; f'''' "'''" "", ,,,,,1Mg
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Major at meeting
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ran w to point of Intersection of a line of sex. A. VAN. AONEW. HARRIS SANATORIUM.
r:':. ,'? ;.. __bou't.O-wNkaago. ,-t- ; and Br n of way,tb.4erI"von Rr ri" w Sollebur for f etiUoaer. _MIl E == : i
)( J T_.'Van Dusor, ''app *f.,. then lu I 'DR. ".-
'c t, Mr. W. Tr/aC! B's? *' beIf spin ;:::: G. HOWARD i ,
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\ ',ed_CommWtoner! : superintend. therte'wlil Tbesalil 'D 'collection orTD exmr: ; and the lunanee of seek) ..l1Iflea&.lliI' the Dame of of Application For Tax \ XIMImmee OfBos >

R. M classify the work aDd'..ppolnt." hi a-1 1.fat..D" Unknown.Unless said eertlfleate_ shall be redeemed, .-I Deed Under ,Section 8 of E: Soda Water isatd : "" Methodist church: i ' DR. N. LHA.e,1, \,1 i
at. an early -- HYB. BAt"
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tie ; "Iln 10 law, lag deed will Issue :
thereon Laws ;
Chapter :
Mr.tVan Duror.i*, the right min l li lbthe th. Mb day of October.*.D. 19OB. oa :4888, of E | rCigars. ":"--- Omen : 1

f right place, atd be desires and ex 'W1l.. .... mv official signature. )and seal thU tie' F. oridlT; E 'T+ Paper Hanging ORLANDO PLoAID".' "?,
i and should have the : ( .Aa..J] Mhdsyof<< geptember. A.-D. t_. 3 f
peoU, hearty tx> 1
E. L : Notice Is .
LESLEY hereby gives that Cbas A.Pchwtlkort .
y ';jOpera&iOD'of'the clttaen throuKhontU Clerk Circuit Oonrt Asoeols County, :riorid, "Mirohaserof Tax OertlUcat Wo,67. dated!lb. E :7 3 LAW t_ D. \.
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I ''little'', II"W.II.H4&WEu.D. Mh .:...
V > > county/'Oaly: a over twojabntb C .h.I.eo.ll: A D. 1901. has 'E QV8 US A CALL and D .
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t remain<''between-now and the my and has made) corating.
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'. !., ep Dlngr of-toe fair In ,which time ..: Vcitice For bUCabOJ1.epuim with application law. for lax deed to laroe. la aooordanoe, E' W8 CAN PLBASB YOU.: 3 PHYSICIAN AND SURdEON.,,'

;- ""' ; 'Mr.1. Van Du or will thoroughly' can. I l..t.f the Interior. Said oertlfloate. embraaee the follovtnrdeortbed : DENTALSPECIALIST.. :;
': '\ Y*>M the county; either In person or L.sdOma Fla., e property, 'situated In,,Osoeola county. I Miller & Ovcrsjrcct : { lea '
f aUiala.h.f Florida to-w 4Nwi Fines .
;;'r" ....... by deputy and If the farmer*. stook'gr'owers Motlee Is' {tq' 1805. (ol sac),,.....,a.Tp. 2IIe,Range 27..... !. Liae'of 5a- ] } Phone U .KJislmme .:l"IIL'jp
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hereby .
$$1; and other cltlien. wllleooprU given that fotlowtt* Wall Paper Etc:" i I t'I. ..;,
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named settler baa Bled : lead .
notleeof
his intention being ...-.... the dab
!'JI..oL.L-4 .. with! and alat him. OceolacanwaaweMi'eiWbli io make. anal .t-roo. In support' bis cl.,|m.., and lie Issnanoe of each..rU.... at Im the. )name of of<< '7ttuululWw1ULuwwWtU Shown In Kieslmmee A. "VANS /!.
L ; that will be 'a ua -said proof .111'" male before-CleTk cir.ealtOoariat Joseph ruahr. .. AGNEW
tI and vk the Klsslmsaee. Fia on Bau .l>.lMK. UDleesMldoertiaeateasanbe. NO ,; \ ;,:
the
r;, credit to ) oounty; J lame r rerieeaisd ao TROUBLE <
rf WhltUer/ru: ,
1.1..x"'tad .
Jlsi BeL cording b Law tax dad will Issue "
time scorers enough eaah.ln', premiums .for. Ib IgwwltpyaIitlti of neU sad.eW the tti.fi day.of September, A. D. 1905 thereon, on P '.. TIOMABOH. "tPy.ldaa" ',: TO SHOW THEM. -1 i ATTO.M.Y 'AT L4W;.!.../, jr j-
..) ? : ,torelmburMber, ',,for'the ,oo*' of the of .w .. He aaa>>. .cU. oslalal' .Inatnr* .,!, -: a.. ..,.... AJfDNOTA PUBLIC [I '
Iba'loilowlo LIBW.mi .
witnesses _
prcvs' hie U._. ,
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rfe. Ktmlmm : Clerk C..1t Ooalt" .*. ..* io.* 'P._. aJ. .1. It ink be that the hbla'b price' of ; FLAT'
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', Supplement---The. klssimmee- Valley Gazette,_..Sept., : ,8th, 1905.'
t t"LAI..ERVILLE. "-
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' They tell me you people have all .voted Smlmii regards this remarkable statement purchased a Jersey cow and on Kaklo's .
ih!f W&ntclret-we: ; e-xpect-w-ttave: ,to bV'* -fiction from some old visit to that gentleman's domicile, its '
'still progressive to fish Klssimmee out of the lake. If I time, stage coach> crop oared crook valuable milk giving and-butter making e
Qnr lake is and this. beautiful ''rain continues. You who wanted people r"believe this tale qualities were fullydiscussed..,
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obtrusive. the slight tincture of sunbeam cdn tell Marlon that if he will move to be something remarkable, he says Mrs.. Benton.. was suffering from the
ss which illumined our water sogg- up here he can Bob from.the porch of that the echo from a-single pen thrown effects of our rainy spell; but nothing ,.
\ 'v<"' 84 slK1',' was only a transiebt move- some of the houses and not get his against the' 'sld s of" the Gazette serious we believe. _
*,tir;i went which culminated to a perfect. feet wet. echoes at least 1000.times everv week Fly fightingand article writing
deluge of water from above causingus -Our customary- Klssimmee trip was and Ottceola county people ain't. stuck don,t mix well, And as the flies won't
I to dream that. the days or old Noah enjoyable -The Broadway canal recently . up about it either quit If Ill. KAKIO.: -
had returned,. and that history. was open shows, either enterprise or Our young friend.%, Harry Wood, deserves -
' f repeating itself. lack of energy among the people. notice for the gentlemanly way The newsls sorry.io see an old fake
.On Saturday night we were ushered The lantern at the lower end seemsto he occupies his position at the Court. mosquitoexterminator revived this. '..
.fromdreamland.by the loud barkingof indicate that \be city .fathers are House: Jihe. ..Jalar)' Is too .small .for time purporting to be from Ibe-publlc
t.,. our faithful night watchman- -,,'bo proud enough of nature achievementsto :services -rendered 5-let-l--suppose-our health-Journal rle-Tbla-a' _
had found a chicken stealing varmint wish to display It. at night. : county commissioners so many the first paragraph article:
K Invading the hen roost, having executed Our friend Joe Walker has deV(I" ways of spending money that., they "Permanganate of potassium Is a
. the death sentence on thin obI opeJ into a first class sheriff, said the can't afford to do any better. cheap and simple preparation that will
noxious character we again rettfrned county has done well to 'secure his Our friend Niles Simmons from destroy mosquitoes In' any stage of
. to the quietude of our several. apart- gervicts, and would do better could Kelly's was a visitor the camp on their developmf "
'menu. they again secure his services at the ,, Saturday and reports that locality We are sorry to say that It will' do .
At the White House the Governor Is expiration of his present term 1 ajjlourlshlng condition, there appeared -' no such t.hlnlC"e have tried It.Ve. 0
enjoying a season of repose after' the Kafclot: had the pleasure oi meeting r to be slight! ripple in school report have tested It a number of times, andif
arduous duties of his agricultural ex Mr. Bell, and received from him many I ? which are somewhat' wised, but there is tiny one thing more than an'
perienceand the; distinguished lad valuable hints concerning roads and hopes| are entertained that acomprom? other that will cause the larvae, mosquitoes ,
of the Executive Manslou is still the. road .working. &c. His expei Ie Dee In I I islng-splrlt" may remove all dltl,cul.iles. young and old to seem tothrive
faithful, energetic\ and untiring provider that line; combined with an honestyof I The Hon C. S. Acres was In-the on and grow faster and de- -
of.our temporal comforts, her purpose, which makes, his ext' >erlence -.}i streets' tin hU customary Saturday's velop more fully and. more quickly It
ladyships' efforts 'in our behalfare beneficial-render him a .aftlablo visit and- Kakit. had the pleasure ofreturning is a solution of permanganate of po
fully appreciated, young add old auxiliary for the good. and welfare I with him to the Lanier man- tassium.We -
\"Ieillwith each other to do homnge of-otir county. .sion. He is a strong advocate for re make no attack on permanganate ..
to her many virtues. She attended' Minium nays that -Mie! old .world lirnn' and. his earnest way, of expressing -, of potassium; it Is a valuable'
meeting air Campliell station on Sunday croakers declare that the nest it-. It, added to his well known veracity drug-too well known to be displacedfrom
( Primitive linptUlhor liberalityIn mlll'kahJI'cho In the world IK. produced would render him a Valuable aid Its, proper use but as a mosquito
spiritual affairs is a noted feature In the castle! Mimonelta which in our countyaffairs, destroyer we findt.. a perfectfailure.
of the gradeur ojf her 'character,. l>elievlng repeals_the._ '.-eho. of a pistol (M> time Mr. A. G.: Benton has recently .-Coco'a and Hock I edge News.!
God's and
that Infinite mercy
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goodness Is extendedover all. who
worships in strict accordance with tile
best judgment God HAS giver them.
Sep| 'irtber, ha thus far fpfly I sustained -
her natural reputatlt/n and Latflerville -
has been treateA to both
wind and rain in about equal proportion -
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The orange tree on the plantation .
has sustained no Injury from the 'wet .
weather and In a thriving condition
the rain In no way to affect their gen irm
eral condition am iTo
Kaklo Is .In no way a 'ault Under on .
weather (conditions the almanac predictions -
wore for August hot and dry,
Intense sufferings would been the result -
of such conditions, and} as It U I !
we have bad but very little oppressive
weather to coutend with the- excessive
rains having ittod filed the tern the Pacific Coast-to California Oregon, Waahinaton-
perature to sCich an extent that it ha
been mild\ and" pleasant during tbe entire round-trip, long transit and return limits, liberal. stopover'r -
month; so as Uro. Guy says all -
privileges.
d things. work together for good when -
I directed oy Almighty power. The rate'is practically on the basis of one fare for the roundtrip
Swims kiss been rather Inclined 'of
late to dispute Imputed Biblical autorjly Of course, if you wish to visit both California and Oregonor

man Noah- was the moot. Washington, the cost U slightly'more. 't
s .patient as he-has tried Job's atnlctli
.n* and Noah's temptation and These reduced rates are in effect on-certain.dates in monthsof
he will take tie. formers afflictions In
stead-! t he (letters patience every time, -May,to inclusive., They apply'fromd Eastern points

News frqm Wa'rrenton indicate via Chicago, St. Louis or Memphis gateways. The. Rock Island

many was changes last presented since that to,the importantvilla public. System will take you up in either Chicago or.St.Louis,or at hundreds Ai

The old school house has "beentorn of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through
.. down and the materials removed! for with.unexcelled Dining Car service.
the purpose of aiding the building pta T Standard Tourist Sleepers

new one. Frank Bar her-'* ,has secured ; The Rock Island also affords n choice of'routes on the "Scenic"::
-, a home teacher,,, '- ....
stop in Colorado see Salt. Lake City-visit -
Marlon Warren has sold his mules } fa route you can off. "
and purchased a horse 'from Mr. Moss jf Yellowstone National Park; on the "Southern" route you can go a _

The hags old to Indian aid In transporting war veteran the fights tnalls.his via Ell Paso, thru New Mexico, then "up coast"- to San Francisco:

"battler over again with a vim Unit ''a and oh to Portland or Seattle if desired.:
shows that. the old spark still exists.
Mrs. Warren Is still the faithful, !1afL In short, these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good
head of the woman' de- art
hard-working chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner.
partnient, Shelf and Author are busy j

in. the and agricultural Early: are department.after the tinny Marion ,; { ', r yj ; + If you desire to go only as far as Colorado, there are excursion

tribe. I\ and the irrepressible Governor I I 'a itt rates in effect to that section: and return, all summer> long, t
has supervision over the mail depart1mem 12 and '13
specially reduced June 30 to July 4, August ,
under
The town I II not exactly (
water, but there ii( no lack- of that life 3 and August 30 .., September 4. Extension tripa.to_ Ogden '

breweraIC80utbe preml.es.. Water communicatlon or Salt Lake and return at low cost also.:
wllh'Whltlle.. is free and j .
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open and the general existing" opinion \ Froin September 15 to October 31, 1905, one-way.
III that If the clerk of the weather con- ,
tlnu.es to send his water seluces on tourist or colonist"" tickets will be on sale to California and

their devoted roads that additional the Pacific Northwest-about half regular fare.#
boats will be required -to
date passengers. aooommo-l If interested, ..n.l name and address. on tide coupon, deeifnatiacwhich

Your correspondent from booklet wanted aDd to what point yon plan to aGo Name probabledata
has tilled a gap that has been open;l' advice definitely with reaped to ratee, etc.
for some time we required a'good/ correspondent of start alto, so sic can
from that noted metropolis j
.- and Daisy Is all that could be
wished fur continue to give us your I r
weekly budget from that locality we I :::;inJ ,;ra bookut...dNaUHL. r&_ 1 /
read your Items. with Interest and I C-1 a

,.' pleasure.King up Arch Bass, Hello! Brother I 7 FR N
I what are you and tbe rest of the Address Adm.. ... A4L
Whittier. people doing? If you don't O
F, hurry up those Michigan millionaires, JOHN SEBASTIAN [ Paso
I shall believe they have forgotten [ n
t. where your city is located. Have you Pass.T..... Mgr.Rock bland system t.avt.1oow' -

\i.!' blazed' the. route to Mrs. Jones. yet? CHICAGO. DaiUatttoof' I COMA

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The Carnival w"lcb, Baltimore to spend a couple of monthsat
Jacksonville '
TELEPHONE:. NO.11. was scheduled to take place about ll the her old ..h6 De. Water: Carson roo.t'.I'I.Co.' (f ..1)

.. middle of November, ha been' called. Mrs.-. 8. Outer returned thUlweek oDe oHbe largest and most 'substaa' V' "
, I PUBLISHED EVERY KKIDAY.:' off for lack jofencouragement.. from in extended visit to ber friend' Ual business houses in Klsslmmee, as
welj ..s one of the Oldest.,. have inCreased -.
and relatives In Georgia
1IT Stanford ha*, the Buster Brown their capital stock from 25.001 -
W. B. .HA"e., Stocking tor .boys and girls. None We regret/ tLat several valued Comp) : \0 ...)()t. '
-- better, .tDttnlcations. are crowded V>ul,of this Mr-D. C. Lee purchased a block of: STANFORD"
-,# Off lol r W..tater'.pOrl, I Issue will In the newllbaft'. : H.: C
Aeas.ea T1Mraaarvas-Wen &.ants.1'aaes.r the'Ul Second"1'3er of) the Adjutant General our next.., they boWevert, .appear- and will hereafter!!stock;t'tske. la air tbeCompany active In"' :: "

septa" Regiment of Florida State Wrest in the business. He. his
Ensue uaaNa. begin
Williams writes !I" '
Mayeppa
.1 __ troop., comprising about 000 men, Miss. to duties last.Monday :THE FIMT 0.ICmATOH; Cp'-' : ,
LOW .
will hold their annual l encampment. at frlendeln'Kls.immeet a.be has accepted % .. PRICES IN;KIS$ mniE, ..
,' ,Mia (alt. ' Both. the company and Mr. Lee are
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Orlando this .fall. u a position- Madison N, C..
(o t be .
congratulated hiseotersnoe I ,
upon
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FOR SAIJE:-1 set. of cattle' or hay into the. Company, as both
rrlcla'.1 7. scales, 5,000 pound capaclt '.. Applyto winter ,,millinery seasons.Sheriff wlllTbe materially strengthened in the .
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SlLturda'. .. 1& 1.1\0\ :
Sunday, ........,. 87 71 117 W. B. M AKIN SON' CO. J. M. Walker returned from new amUaJ.lon\ ASK
Monday .... ;..... InI e97Y.e.Qay. '. .' Miami this. week, bringing Mart Man OUR PRICES ON '
Missel arrived
.........., IIIJ 71Wedne.day -- Jordan1 and Sturkey ntnff, who Is wanted here to answer $ 1 Cast. C Stratford pead. I :
., .. 99 78rbnr.da. last Friday(, from Dade City, the cbarfjfeTof assuult with Intent, to- murder ,
., ..... 9I 7'I. to r" former to.visit her sister; Mrs. O., A; committed .On Charley Montsdeoca I Captain. J. Stratford. formerly al .. .
Gilbert,, and t.he.l.aliter to teach In the prominent.resident of Klsslmmee died
: : at .a'campaign meeting in the lower "'
A, HIMP80N, ,, P. M. GOODS
:. Hlgb:" School \ part of the county about three year at the Church Home and Hospital It I' SUMMER .
- --- Just try. a dish of ourdelicious Ice a(fa. Manning Is now In)Jail awaiting Orlando Tuesday night.from s.ecpnd ,
Our rates, foftnserllon of advertlseimenus' Crtoam.. MlLLFJi & OVERSTKEET.Mr. the, meeting- of tbe,Clrcuit among the ''reading mat.t r'>on the following day with 'Masonic boO: .
JrJt, Graves Sr., went un, to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour, father. and ors inane Orlando oeroet .
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tnU'page Is ten cents'per line each In'e.rlon. Orlando Saturday. to have the X-ruv mother of Col* 11. U.. Seymour, and ,J'.;.......,.... : : o/Jj .. '.
.: .< used on a virulent. 'eore underneathhis ,who have been visiting. here for- few .'
eye. which has,been troubling him weeks, will return to their. honie, In A "MQTICB. ; .. r
for some time.. ". Klsslmmee this morning{, Col., Seymour '0Jt the 14th day of Auirustv/ A.. D, "
will accompany them. as far as' 1905 W.:I. Byrd .and his, wife. BettieE.Byrd 1"4.
"If you want Com fort-and Service! "l'1t.unUle where he to. .
foes appear ; of St. :luclq'county, closed I.
Local, News.ooooooooooooooooc. i combined; buy your' shoes from Stan 1.1 Counsel in an Important.cattle out their entire claim of'cattle to Mr.

_L__'- --'-" case MJ&wt.New." : V..R. Durrance at. Ua.lnlfel'-Osoeola : .
-. ,ford.Miei : -
'1 :-= ._ : rtba Duprfee"'" returned yes-- We' are, sending out our ',annual' county. The. said, Durranoe- having - '" e _!-_ __ :,: "

rdy.afloflrnoon from Georgia; where I statements to subscribers, which we held a mortgage over.. said cattle, from
g t she has been spending the' summer-at will meet with prompt respone. February,20th, A-D.,;:1003, till August
hope a.
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endus.lyourJobprintlpg.' her old-bomeru..ume her-duties as -We'are' now"'maklnjf" some .improvements 14th.. 1905., W.-1..Bvao.s L

.. Wade, the. Tuner, Orlando.. : tf Elocution teacher' In the! HJgh.School.If .- In our Otlice, which we hop :
oShies.r
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Prof: Edgar Oliver, of JacksonvilleIs you need a good h r 'mule' or WIll enable us to give our patrons. in s 0. .
in the city. milk cow let me figure with you. the near future, a .better. paper, andIf ,
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each subscriber' will remit' the
tf Da. Pnii.WP9.
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Fewer' gallons; wears lodger; Devoe amount of his bill our efforts' inl l this
Mr, Leon II. Grigg of Pu'ntaGor'da
direction will be materially aided.
Was B B P.
Sheriff J. MY. Walker Knightedby
arrived In KlsHlmtrKMt-Mondsyf, He tonight *
the Maccabees Tuesdav.nlghL. operator. In the telephone exchange Mr. II. ,E. Godwin' bars exchangedhis P A '.. ..

Go to Katt's and "get tbe, habit1' and will attend the High herd of cattle. on the 'east aide of ,
School this terin.. Klsslramee river for Mr. Sam Hart's ,
Mrs. J. ,P. Sharp left. Tuesday for herd on tills: side of the river, and + r .
Mulberry to visit relatives. Those who desire to purchase some went away on Monday to round up the
of the latent Box Stationery,, direct bf'rd.count and rebrand them.It lri h
TheCa Bargain store is the'placeto from New York '
get seboolsuppllee.Supt. KISSUUIEK Daud Co.i1r. Godwin to have his cattle all togatheron

W. Jc Sears visited Orlando "-- C.'C. Ohollar, cashier of the this side.-A von,Park-cor. In Ar- ACNI WE LEAD'IN ,SUMMER.iCLOTHING

last,Saturday v DeSote County National Bank.oiAr- cadia Newer .

A good quality 36 in. Sbeetlng ai eadia.-and a brother-in-law of Mr.-L.- .. Messr T. P. Warlow L. L. Payne
Stanford. .for' 0 cents. C. Conklin'spent. Sunday and Mondaj, and Chas. Lord, of Orlando visited
; here, the guest' of the latter. Orange Bloesom-Lodge F. & A. M. at
Mr'; W.:'18. Graham, ''of Live Oak 1 lion s its regular communication last Monday .
a visit to bin. mother.? Miss Jeanette Watson who has been night.. Mr. Warlow is the D. D.

Smoke Key West. Havana, the heal enjoying and.various the other summer points In ,New expect York Ui O W,' M. for. this district and Mr' SCHOOL OPENSSEPT. \'
the W. M. of the Orlando .
fie the market.If Paynels ".
Cigar on : return to her home in Miami- about. ,
was" both edl
Iwruge, aDd their visit
want bargains can find the 15th of this month.-Miami News. member
you you tying and Instructive to the 11TH. '19051
them at the Bargain Store. Mrs. Hiram Byrd ndber brother, of the local lodge. '

Mr. C. T. Alvy ha. moveq his TarnIty Mr. W. E. Hurrel. arrived In KI..m-. The-steamer Roseada, Capt Clay -+-

back from Pebble to. Klsilmmee ; mee Friday night. Mr.. Durrel l returned Johnson, Jr., returned yesterday from. '. 0 Always Remember the'' FaHf .?Name; yd's' ;
Suturday. while Mrs.) Byrd In Hough Island, where she'has been engaged
Stanford ha an up-to-date 1I0e .of .'Ifndlnlrlhe week with Mrs. W. L.... since' Monday rescuing sheepbelonging Send your little ,ones to us '

Men's lists, Neckwear. Ro.s .. Van Uuzor. to Carson O'Berry' from I for anything in the way of Laxative
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Mr. W. B.. Maklnson left. Tuesday Rev IK C. Christian Presiding Elder - the Island, wblcb"- 00 account of the : Slates Tablets. Bromo Quinine :
for Kansas City pn a business mission. for this district. wilt preach at. the high water I U about to be submerged.Mr. I Pencils Etc., ""
Methodist church next Sunday morning O'Uerry was there with a farce.of I "and we will see that they get
'Dorothy Dodd"Ladles shoes has '

the style none better, at UaQo'I. and Invited. evening to attend.The public _.is. cordially bands an'djabout'fourteen.to load the sheep hundred od a were barge removed , :I the best, for we sell nothing Cures a Cold in.One Day, GripiaTwo.: ; ,

_,Mrs. J.C. Griffin went up to. Ofl4O to a place of safety. I else. '
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do tOfjoln. her hush 8"*id.last Uatui-day.! Mr. and ..' Chas'-: Fsrnsworlh Hell has been- employedby I I < f'
A. F.
relatives Capt. :
Loughman, visited here n'l I ., FINE LINE tC. ($ .
.. S'tlbe new line Shirt. walct atStanford' day Mr. Farnsworth is now with the Street Committee to superintend BOX STATIONERY RECEIVED ,
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the extensive Improvement which ,;
t the Everglade' Cypress Lumber Co., "
left.last week for who recently bought out Weeks & they Intend making on the streets. j .
Mr. A. A. Simpson '
Denver Colorado for a few weeks outin Wilder.Dr. The necessary work will arrangements begin as can soon be a made* the KissimmeeDrugCoPhone 11iIiliIiUl1U1I111I11I11I1t1iTTTli1U11UUT1I11UU11U111UTUTU' , ' " " ; ' 11 ,

E. -M. Law returned Sunday r
rt9ok-will be '
Bartow phosphate :
and
from Miami, where hs had NORTH KI88IMMEE.! ,PHONE N, 8. = :
You will fled prices and good night used for paving. A much needed improvement 41. == _' ", I a ,
weeks .
been for the two
right at. Stanford, try him. past recuperating that has been ''decided on '
from a severe poisoning of the C. W.
by the committee Isa brick culvert GRIFFIN:
Commissioner W. W. Ivey and Mr. feet. While not entirely recovered across the big ditch on Churc1Latreet. :.
fi, A. !Ja... Jr., vlsitedOrlandgTue we are pleased to state he returns. E. .,
day. : somewhat Improved Mr. Jas.,Blount,- of H1 county, was ,,' .. .::: -. ,

Crockery, Graniteware, Tinware, Rev. H. P. Jackson Is now a fall- and here drove this. week back with with a number him five hundreIhead hands -NNNNNNNNrMNNroWs : ,

and Glassware cheap at.tbe Cash"Bargain fledged Khight,"having rode the Py. of beef cattle. which be bad'pre- i H. TOWNSEND fancy f rnilyfiroteritsi,
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Store. for the third time Wednesday viously purchased from Akias Bass. ,- I
night I JEWELER
D. N. attained the
Floyd,
Mr. Lane Paulk came over from St.AuguHtlnefospen.d Mr. Bass has also sold 100 head of I AND W TCH AKERI" s: ,- -. a
the .
rank at meeting.At
Labor with of Esquire same beef cattle to K. B" Raulerson for his ? :
Day
his old friend the regular oomm jnlcatlon, of' East Coast market business and to I' 20 YEAR' :,5 FEJSE3:; :; MEAE.: .

Orange,( Blossom Lodge F. & A. M, Oeo. Mann,for future delivery350 to i GOLD PILLED' CASE. 19! JEW ..LLQ'lLOfLWALTHAM"1S"1 I ..
MI. Maggie Bryan returned to'"Danla last. Monday night_.LjewliWbldden 500 bead of cattle for shipment to :::: ""
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Wedne.daTafteraidtwith and 1lm PrevaU were p&8gedT io"she Cuba. -; .. 'S= Delivery"every- it-:. Y-- .ho rj.p tron g.eaoi ., '3
relatives and friends here. . Fellow Craft degYee, and Lon Dann Me. n. T. Butler and.family arrived ,,.. S :

Soda. and Sundaes at ,was made an Entered Apprentice.Dr. from -England Monday .bight. and { .tUUUlll1U11U11LULULU11J11111i11111U1UULULULU1UU11U1ULU :

MiLLER" OVERSTREET'S.John P. Phillips has 'rented J.' W. drove out to -Narcooauee ..Tuesdaymorning .. .. .. . ,
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where Mr. ))3utler.has. one "
Watson's residence and moved In I "
Mierlgo came up from Basin yes '
ger on the steamer iLlllle Friday to terday. Mr. Ira. Bass who has been of the. finest Mr. and"orange. Mrs.groves Butler In were>thecounty. I yfnf1U111U111U1tn111I111n1AI1111I11iT1n11t111f/1TII1, ' ! / '

visit. his family. occupying moved temporarily the Watson Into residence the Campbell has formerly residents of Karcoossee from .1 '! ,

Before spending your money See building: North Klaslmmee. which Glace they moved to England .1.1 11l.IIIIII, .

new goods at Stanford's.Will .. issues' about two year ago, and their many c IT i y
Invlt.Mlonbaye, been by frlendl 'will be glad to meet them -.1-.1I a e-
McLaughlin left Monday night Judge Sand Mr. G. F. Parker to the agalu< We understand it is their in- ='I,,. > '

for Miami to accept a position, la S. marriage!! of their eldest daughter tentlca to remain-about six months., -.,

H. Aultman's-laundry. Miss Virginia, to Mr. M. In another column of this Issue Prof.M. .,'
Our Sodas are unexcelled in flavor Dunne, the ceremony to take pace at. 'B" K''E' R ,
the family residence on the. evening of H. Smith, the new principal. of the i I:::; yL 'v.
and our Cream;,Is out of sight. September ;Kh.- High School: extends an invitation. to -' ." J'
MILLER & .
OWSTEEET .
be at the
all the *present -
patrons* "
Mr..J.:: : M. Wlllson Jr.:,returned last the school next Monday 'WORk GUARANTEED,, -s: '.
Only four applicants are t.klnltJhe.teachera' Wednesday morning from New York. opening CAKE ::::I
examination which is being morning at which time an Interesting PINE LIN&O'SP&qTACL.: w ;FRESH BREAD, '
held, at the court house this week. He reports Mrs. WlllsonVhealth some program will be rendered, and an Informal := \
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and she will remain -. :
what Improved says reception held, in order that YKS .XAM INED FREE AND'PIESEVERY'DAY:. =
Lieut-Col. W.. E. Cadman, of Nar- In the north untU cold weather the new teachers and patrons may be- NNNNNNNNMNNN000000000000, \.-. ::: ; "

coossee' spent. yesterday; transacting. sets In, In the hope that she may be nome acquainted. The citizen of Ktsklmmee '
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business in the City. further benefited. have always taken. *., great: E AGENT: WHITE STAR LAUNDRY."w ,, fj|-: 'tifE'

We are making room forfaltgood Capt. J. P. Sharp came up from the pride In'*their. High School, and we PACKAQB4 CALLED.,FOR AND..D DELIVERED.,, SjS'' .::
Now'I. the time to purchase at low dredgeboat Friday on the steamer Lillie feel sure A' many as can will lie present ( :
prices. KATZ to spend a few day wlfh his fami on this. occasion to assist. Prof. Reasons '

Ladles White Lawn. Shirt Waists at canal ly. The that dredge runs from Is now East working Gardner In the to, Smith In his. in laudable closer) touch effort. to with.bring the I SAY I i TALKING/ABOUT-A/ A'PINELINE. OP LUNCH ia:<

0 Stapfords. __ at 6Oo__and up' _see...:them._'_ _ Lake Kiastmmee and Capt.Sharp says workings_of_the_school_ GOODS. CANDIES, .:NUTS,AC... WE ,HAVETHEM.; =3;
"" "* ' ,V'n .. . _. ,. _, __ i.
fine with the i i.- r ir --n. -ijana, Tnnr-s --n --p u"j-j-i--i. L L Tn llL:rx-.T
arrived progress
Austin Tuesday"and he Is '
; Mrs. W. J. making Mr. Gage, one of the Record's typo -------- : '9 / ':
went out to Shingle1 Creek tor visit work. S: H'
". a-raphlcal.talr. amused u. this' week: .,. N 'FRESH ROASTED :}
>v, ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.. N. OVa John Newsome, 'a member of the with one-of his sparkling atones An E /
,'r erstreet. victorious Bradentown baseball team, old gentleman came down to the land WHY' PEANUTS. ALL.THETIME. : 3

i. Miss Corrie Jordan returned to her baa been here thl. week visiting his of flowers" from Indiana. Leaving YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR
home In Bartow I..,,' Saturday after sister, Mrs. O. P. Bughey. The Bra behind his old acquaintances Do 7lLU1U111U1l1U11U11i111UiLtUU1l1UtULUIUUlU11U1UtUUUiLC. ) .

a pleasant visit of several weeks, with dentown boys only lost one game on doubt the memory of rather days, actuated MEATS"" PROM, us. ,
: .friends here. their tour, and that was a-ten I inning him to rememper hi*old friend -0, "' .. >.; "< i
game with Bartow in which( .the score in theold home' State: Knowingthat .
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Watch RepMrlop.Ouiranteed
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,nrFIDe stood 1 to 0. < be had had orange he p'eclded't.o j
to pass. the railroad.\ Inspector. PintOur ,
afternoon about box of Kuaa.trrote
Last Friday four end him a "
MAX AUSCHWITZ. O'clock the Children Band had a fettl- his friend that the guavas were on mast is of better quality, tend .

Mr*. Job nDaos and little auA'bte1'tof Val of their own at the Opera House, the way, and the Indiana man desiringto erer.and Jnloyer MM. ,than .you obtainanywh.r. High :'Gradfe t Whiskey ux.id .
L Savannah, are.the-guests. of the a few games were h all the get them spoke to the express *
I family,of_County Treasurer J.. R. Oil- Cheerful Worker enjoyed very much. i agent about.them., The agent Informed B.c.adwe
|bent, 8r. -- -- Letu.notonly Cheerful Worker for him that as soon a* the box arrived nail,cheaper thus any QIMThird .!...; - -. .
rFOR BALK.' -TWO horse and_ buggy icecream and cake but for Our Savior 'he would let him know. In"a day or '
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[For further.Information apply to Jesus Chrlar.Cont.rlbut.ed; i.Messrs. ." 'twtrin1beycameTheagentseeing markettla/ o.t4." :: -A-
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W... hAdlMenalB 1r'c' ''
f theonlr
,, J. W*Rlxa.Irvin .,. the. gentleman said "WeU your box .L- ; l'--, '
W. Weeks & Wilder, having! has come, but, dp you know I' really *waotora..... w'ft" .0; ; ,,
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Simpson left Wednesday for disposed of all their Interests atLoughman. tbink-vour: .guava is dead! \-BartowRecord. Wednesday and, Saturday. ... ...;.,
(Miami, to position on the though Klsslmmee '
a
accept .
[Key" West' extension 'of the' East!: Coast. on the northbound train Monday Colorado with A warrant was sworn j out from the Po.rtaw.deltver promptly.: If;you order '. Near Passenger;;'D pot;: 'K3..Immee -<

llway. ', 1i. where their families they will en spend route lobe to next three. County Judge' ,. court, yesterday 'a rout for dinner from na,yon Be* "- ;Hotel and the Grave ,Housed..: "f"A. "

i.The Atlantic-Coast! Line! has recenty month on a well earned vacation,' charging Luther' C. Bishop with attempting It U time for dinner,not supper, '

built a neat depot at Shingle Creek, seeing the sights of the wild and woolly \ to' break: Into a' room with : \
bleb will conveniencethe criminal Intent toward one Mamie I Fifth )K. J3ISHDKH Pmprietar ; :
great
a
prove '
> people of that section In mark.. :Weft. Newman a girl under the age of fifteen TOM sea order your mee>for break ;: ., ,
A young editor was spending 10'1'0'week. tit from n* a* any; time and yea.doa'thave <
Ing their years. Sheriff Coleman, went out to
. ,prang- ,'crop..- *'at a summer resort and wrotea make the arrest'yesterday'afternoon.. to rnah to sea the order ,
jj.v I wjll. bring 'you any"kind of an letter of Instruction to his foreman All the parties are white and live out la before' (o'eloelr us. 'If"' '

>nimal you-need and gurant .at....- ln>the office and one-to his best, girl at McBalney' camps east of town. 8lth.' t, 1 "'" I DOW baT\tbe, largest tock of_'Wines.\Whlskle! {1Mr

act.Ioa.-- pa. PHILLIPS.,: got! the letter all mixed ,and the girl The Sheriff was not successful In getting we' an.*' eaU 'any -.sat that, .. ; and .Deer* ever handled In Klwlmme,, 'All ..-

'J got this;'"I don't like the paddingyon. his man.-Sumter County Tunes.Augtist "*almted.r. Tea ma 1..wndttt.tpyear to. snit "the' tltnes,' .',, '. '.",,,:: f
The many Meads of Mr.; and Mr. are'using.' it's too thin.. On 26th. Bishop was eaptureu : wt Y.n ,tkt. Ifyea pieb'freea :, grade'at,prices, .. 'I. "" v ) e

A. Anderson will sympathize with that round hand ''I notice that your here this week by Sheriff J,:'M. Walker _. .1 : .. ',,, ....",,"..
em In the loss of |their tea month color 1* spotting. Keep up the coloror and Sheriff Coleman of Sumtercame ,' C" .
ild l baby, whose',death, occurred on quit usingred' "Why In the b-1 over and efarrled him back Wed PHONE BO.. '. c, "' ,.._ ',' : ._' ; 7 - ,,
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'. make up your; form *o that , \
-onda11D01'D11l1f"m inflammation t .about ol the two'stomach o'clock; bet-epr don you nesday., if.: & 'H. E"EfOVERSfRi' Jap iqJrOT: *.. ; ;X)3:= :'".. ': T ....'M" ,..... ..... M.
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i funeral service. were held atRos JUl : : i Delaware dropped Adilck slid theMlsmograpbs .; . : < and <
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/ IIEsa-n V IN THE """ ,'Y'aE. AWAKENING OF ENGLAND,; COMMODORE NICHOLSON
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Doctoring in ,Many Lands. A BarenvlU Batte.. London Troth' which RECOMMENDS PERU4NAJ4' : :

''''. Iltat at s Satt'FndtrBinent.$

I : .., '. Thq IntelleciuaT Invasion of England r
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N .- Is the"most /grave circumstance of the +
Finding New Remedies Among' Savage Tribes.
''t time In this country We have surrendered
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< ** ? R"isr +t 7fr tyys our conftclenbe, character and

Experiences of a'' Medical MIhioaary.-TreatIz g a Tiu'kII6 WOmaM.Work 'In J'Z _U \ customs to the Unltcjl States and to

rl : Plague Stricken' City.New Treatment-'tor' Nwals! --Hawaiian. Cur 'defend France; while.strenuously purselves- on( sva'preparingt.o and land

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t'' dM0 n. LYMAN B. BKQWJ- doctor lighted a bunca of Brass in the ... Amwleiing nor the FrencU even dream.

h .i!' "" c now retired as .one of the .fire and proceeded to( 'scorch,his body _ of inakfag. -

,4 o II, o wealthy men of Boston. splttlnguponhU'pntlentdulrng the pro 'oot. The".foJloM-liiflr program' { of the dally

w .J "* -life ot-ttri. ordinary 1I.lgJsJt; ) lIi,, will develop -.
; P bas practiced ajuI.-studied cess. The treatment illd not'appear to ; _

k 'w01C'" nmllelue! In tvrelfe,partsof be doing any good( so the doctor (the thought simply: .

the world.and adapted from native claimed witches were persecuting 8 A, M.-U& awake* Ju the 8ajwhieb .

_practices 'of the tribes with which Len patlt'nt". and he .a('cus'd three men in has been adopted from I raved or the

hat been thrown scores of new Ideas. the 'tribe'' of employing( the witches. United States. r

Ir y fc' as to the treatment of the lick and the They All"denied 'it. To find out.whether t>. A. M.: -Koadfl a nc-n-opnper which U t.if t.

conducted according to American C lcthvd. -,
It'all
Injured or not 110 each of the accused. .>.. ,
., Ills home In tbe' Back Bay district,' had to drink 'pollon.TJe; gulped: ... ", (..

.Juit'otC Commouwfnlth nvenue,, nayttheQblcagoTribune down ,Ibowts of poison, they sweated ,, *J.30A, 'I.trlildcs to the city oti 'a ,j!

and trembled In tramcar or a motor .car tbrit has beenlntrpdueed
( Is a. museum of.trallget agony but finally' recovered ar Qom' rya'I

medicines and stranger' surgical and proved their Innocence Into England!: from America. \ ..t.,

instruments that he bas collected :::.t wlll admit that I gave each of the p lO.UO-, l\f.-TrnIlMlcta'( his business. 1J;;

during his long life atno'ng. the queer three_Ipecac to belp ,IJro\'e'their Innoiceiiee. ; \ upon principles which he has copied kS ;

peoples of the world among the sav- The witch doctor then took: the : 1R from the AiuprlC"lInM. J

; ago(, the aeml-clvniKed and ,the Boston- poison and 'I. withheld the Ipecac-but 11.:O A. !Continually tiRing the 'JI.iJ'

l, ,* ese t he got wet- } anShow'Lay'ing'' taken poi telephone that has Ix-eu perfected by ' ;Il\\,.,

T wit. first sent Into Turkey as.a son before. ;an American \ '
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v' t''' .. medicalmissionary"- acid Dr. Broicn.' "I was sent up Jnto Ovampo.lan, ...,_, 1.30 P. M.-Han for luncheon Frenchdishes -'CONMODO!! .. .1.1

"That was In.lSOfl, at beglnnrTg ol among the Uerero. 'and enwunteredsC \vhlch'have, been cooked, by a NICIIOUON, d 4
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t ,the missionary attempt to Christianize lrvYJ 'Every man in the tribe; was. Frenchman.tt .

e. 1 the Ottoman empire. I practiced medl- suffering/ from, It. I secured lemon [ -')- 1'. :M, Joins Ulsrltfy who !idrl'1lRoo )i

clue tkereronderdlcuitlear! >outendpgwlthsuperstillonecustomsandhablta Juice end held up a Portuguese ..teanu'rCoraP ..' WILLIAM S IEOLER I In the -latest' French fashion .i OMifODOKK Somervjllejrlicholwo. of

- .- :: : i/t-pe(9toee: ,andcuredtLall. : ,__lflurleeny'nra 'ld-and. OrIIo..ooo.! :.. -.--_- -anf-day-as- American .-v-tb4.h.i"d..JUal.: .. l n1. lL.I.Uet.. '

r that were enough to discourage any It was a strange form of scurvy .. J I wotoen and supposed to occupy their from 1831 R street, Korthwrat.Va.hing -'>

ar k young_man. Civilized medicine and I for the tribe'wlll eat no salt at all, and BOY WORTH $30,000,000. JO CATCH THE 1IAIL.: ; time. too. D.'C., says: has oe.n.tul <..nby .- 1"
.To..r.run.
surgery,were too new angled for those i I,was forced to squeeze the Juice from 7.30' P. M. With his wife and hit MlIfr.cta..d
,sad eo many o/ .
people. I remember well my first obstetric potatoes and mix; it with salt! to get A fourteen ycar. to A hammock quail receptacle a veritable I I daughter' .. enjoys- the liberty\ that acga.n tanoea pea sure dare tor ca. ,

case. The'mother was not them to take any for I argued that the oid boy atrugglihg novelty, which also deserves attention I I American girls, ""sees.--dines, at a restaurant (orr/iC/Mil I Litre Du.ur'no.d ol.o.4r .
disease resulted from lack salt roalntalu his' hold, to the claim of the to the'French custom i "v. quad/Nsa and I .rrJrarlta/lily
to of according
and
doing well, I was working bard party bijcauatf of its many.merlls. 'In ,, &!
"rlckcst boy In the world and three ; jl jlI r.oo+nae.nd U to eiiyersaa nyj.r..
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save her life when suddenly I learnAl In the systems. women fighting hnrd' for the first 1lt cp1t; la readily attached to I I, and during dinner, they talk with ina from ,fca, complaint, t,* ,. ,
a
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equally portion
that my methods were not at all ptbl- "The foflowlng >. or detached much of the Impropriety which is supposed the natural
year we moyed up of the wealth that gOhlnl); Vie from the usual letterdropopening Our army and our navy are "
r cal. The"mother Insisted calllng In 'Nyasaland, among another-of' the the advantage of which'are j jobvious. j' to be'cooution 'In France. ,! protection' of our country. .. '
disclosed
title Is the situation In dispatches the
1 a local! physician for consultation ills llaiitu! tribes, and had\ more trouble In from Los Cal. win-re In the second place, It bows 1 I. I*. &l.J-Til attend n dinner at IVruna and U the natural in -the protection vicissitude of of ,:.
Angeles-
,
methods were unique. First he started practicing medicine than a faltlr curlatwould Mrs. 1C )Iu. lit a glance-whether there is any mall 4, which there Is performed a piny" that army ciinmte: and navy exiwmire. '
Henry Shields sister
a ore under a brazier and when It wasTed have 'at '-an allopathic conreulon. a :' to bi removed and Its character. In' baa been adapted from tile Fivnrli. I We have on flle thousands of, te.tlmonitU 1

rfi hot he dropped It clove into It-and They be.lievo' there tbnt-dotttb._ Arthur Little and Mrs. Russel Price, the third place, Its ample proportion 11 P. "M.-They end the evening by 1 from prominent people > in tile '.
"irtfcM the dove hurst open! That. learned. results from three causes-from the- 'allow It to accommodate a large-num having supper nt a. hotel which has j army. n \) mders only a slight '
., suit of the We our "
Ban a to context the will on give
Indicated that the Lazar,' or evil eye. will of God, from warfare or murder tier of tnuKazlnos or similar bulky artlcjbs !- been designed on an ,mcrlcim pattern, I ttlimpM of the vast array of un.plirited: r"

'bud been averted and the 'mother got. and from witchcraft. All!I persons who "niultl-tnlllloijnlre, ; who bequeathed .111. of mull!, and yet It does not or- nud'-ls- 'oontrolh'J by 'n "American" endowments Dr. llnrtman i. 'onat.atl, ',,4: .,
''
bulk: ot hi* ,hnmeuRe, fortune to his! I receivingfor., liii widely: known and elDcient "
c well. I continued my treatment, however die a natural death are suppcsed to be Y trained manager, having Ittwrledthroughout tIt ,

The native physician having victims of witches. had moat of the adopted son and namesake.They the- day 81 do the Ainerl- I : you remedy do not 1'eruiia.derive. 'prompt, and natie- .,
declare that closest of kin ,
discovered that the danger' was passed, practice there' for 'while they were' they cane and devoted Ills whole attention I factory reach from the u.e of l'eruna,
Mt with the exception of :\trll' Ziegler the 'I wealth to write at to I Dr. S. U, Hurtiiien '
proceeded to discover a cure. He cut a hunting witches I was giving pills and 'to the pursuit of according onee +
.' widow wcfe completely cut off the of The Htrtmsn Sanitarium
+ by J'reiKUnt
wisp of half( from the head of the I[ aavcd them and made. reputations f their example. I
Ohio. ,
Infant and a lock from the bead of the for a lot of rivals./ baking powder magnate and patron of 12.30 A. Mile retire to bed' his Colmnbiin.1 _ | :
I
', mother and burned them together in Their I got worn out at the missionary Arctic expeditions, and ask that the wife being attende at the last by a !

.. the brazier. 'The woman got well4'nd svrvlce and startedon my'own ln law give them a share of the'-$30.pOO-: French) maid who finally switches PERRY'S MISSION TO JAPAN. l

t we both claimed the credit. retlgatlons. I practiced. first among 000, which roprv ante the value of the the electric light: .that bin been! adoptedfrom 'I' '

Ziegler estate that> ling Willie Ziegler Letter In 1853 Court ,.'
"Ills treatment may have been! the the Veddaa. In Ceylon, for a :year. the United StnteH. The President's 'i'

best but I kept contending with those They are the strangest peopfe I ever inherited. The conquest of the EnglUh In complete ed Japan's Friendship and Trade. ,

Turkish doctors for several years, andI met. 'They: are in the first place, the Coming- soon- "a"fterThdeath of England!: however !Is! safe!-London ._ The letter which Commodore Perry '

never could convince then that killing thinnest and most emaciated race In Mr: Zlegfer! Ib.tllt'renewlI- vi'hle { Truth. i: bore from our government to the Ml- e.i a

a calf In a public place would not he world. The anti-fat specialist who( Interest, In tilesd' who though Ii ,..- kado asked" for a mutual treaty Th ; :
I Ii Il Ir I
fourteen of Is considered th
cure measles. They were hopeless( would advocate their methods would years age WORDS OF WISD-DM. original Instrument was drafted In.

r ":! Jajfored anon! the Turks!! !until! g row zIjj I tried to fatten a few- of 'with wealthiest treat boy In the ,world and one : May 1851 by Daniel Webster tboo ......
future before him. .
"
late In 187irtiie"h'T was rnoveirover to them hud succeeded, but: they did ,not a Kindness is contagious Secretary of Stab, and risen signed by, ,

f help cure and convert the peopleof appreciate It, for In the eyes -of their For It"a8 an unwritten legacy left Money III puree dispel melancholy. I President Flllmore. There It rested.' ;
to' Lie by his foster father, that he
f:Kerbela In'' the Irak country.( I did friends they were hideous. These people lie loses his market who has nothing( 'In November,1851 Mt jyebster4* 1*uo. .1'
-must find the .North Pole should the
irell, there.: They- bad little medicine- never wash and never- laugh-so Fiala ro to sell I, censor Edward Everett; fl.li..J It out
expedition: vent out' months be.fore
w. ...except herb and Incantation, but the fat. of the departmental 'pigeonholes, took
they never grow Sir. Zlegler'a death fall In 1 Its: at The sins of the heart are the heartof ,_,
G: general health was good until Decem-- ':}'rom tbcj I went Into Burma and all sin I It 'to pieces and refashioned It Threocopies "

.: her.10 1873 ",lien'X began the experience . tempt. I ) and spew! '
hunt up my shingle among the Chins were prepare were
Mr. Ziegler died late last'May: after The man who does not fear failure .
of my life/ In that year the bu- of finest I engrossed la Dutch and
one the people I ever met. dldly English
a long illness. Before bill death It'as seldom has to face It. ,
.
lionlc plague broke out In Kerbela and They are akin to the Chinese. Cholera- rlly takinip an appreciable amount Chinese. These were Uiclosed tottether "
known that be would make little Will-
r' the .jiurroundlng. country brought came among'them while I was there, apace. The common rlgld.box baa The preacher's practice is the 'real. -ln a sumptuous gold case-and; ,
a .
:R there I who had Iambic adopted son, hi* principal heIr.Tbe to be made large enough for maximum per ttOB i of his sermon.pjtljiesH I
pilgrims
; suppose but this time I did better. The.native to make the whole presentment! still .'
been' down 4n Persia. Tbo treatment cholera story 'Q{ young Ztcgler'slife, requirements, while, as a matter 'of Never more: clear than
into
method of treating is to go ( more Impressive to( the Japuneaemind "
what It has been and what It holds for ,
accorded: the plague sufferer was brutal fact these! are''only calledInto use when foundW on cleau-heartedness. "
evil
y the btfshes with. gun and hunt is Interesting ; the gold case wa* enshrined In
the extremely
future nn :
_ami'effective, for all wito' .plrt.-.Tbe le.sna.( I learned in the I I one. The son of his, foster father' seuil-occaslonally.. The distension Is 'You can affonMe
treated by (the local rnaliclne men died rak:country proved valuable. I succeeded 'brother be was taken Into tlm million accomplished .by means a wireframerorktrom | when you have growbsbeybud its. !level.! 1 The document( Intrusto'd''.to Comnux I', '.
.which the depends.
than otherwise would ba..e.lone. : netting
sooner, they in stopping human ta'crlflces. aire's household at a very eutly age. TUe modern housewife i There Is more worshlptiOtbe music dora Perry asked the Japanese court /tr:

/ ,- They treated them'by .burning The people of Banzam where I practiced Childless themselves! Jlr.; and Mrs.. particular of the beartbanA.u all tfre tart of.music' two things, friendship and trade-first c' .
)ht1mll-t{en! & and applying the hot mats If appealed to, would probably '
claimed that some had been ,
one Ziegler determined to give him all the ., > and foremost, friendship for tile safe--
'r' -'- td'their'tack. I tried Iclentlfier'treat- lay some! stress on.- the fact that a' ; !: '
.i
cutting tire sacred groves( and they, love and'attl'ntlon of aud to 'tj of our'seamen' Many! It helpless,
parents is -the who line 3
went iccordllllr' our b e.t.. metliods, receptacle of this kind does not 'form, a Death only one goii< .
hunted for those criminal all the time, this end decided to legally adopt w had boeu driven Into their port \
but despite*my effort and those( of the letting me do all the practicing '. they lurking place for an accumulation. .ofdust. I to get the home( ready coming to take' .,,

native doctors 20.000 died, in' five "After that I determined to get Intoa him. .:--Brooklyn-Kagle.. .J t llli to .it. ," -. by aterm or wrecked on their rocky '
the of the
nontbs. Toward the end I contracted colder climate, and for one winter: I r My bead, is resliagaweeUy iipoathree coast, escaping peril deep .'
AUTOMATIC MATCH-BOX. MooolDK. 1 1wl.dolD' only to be welcomed by those truculent
the diseasebut managed to cure myself pillows, Infinite love and infinite
tnt Korlaks, near '
practiced among up : a-i
A man by the name of Moon got allander to a dungeon- or a cage .
John
for and Infinite. sacrifice. +-
having fortified my system' the base of the Kamchatkan peninsular -
' patented matchboils.llvering married, and that was a change In the on. shore. This wrolta must be top- {
!
medicines.k Elian.
:weeks with l. too mild for them. In a recently -
My methjxl* were
., moon; in due time his wife preten'tedh1m pad at all hazards. In addition ).'
kk'Jte "I was cent.Into. Africaafter that. The way a native physician treats a! one piece at a time, the,watch, I If you( are poor and "_Itk .and helpless AnUvjf t
with and that waa a '
; a daughter We could persuade Japan to en'
g f' . dwrArat experience was with the alclc man there Is to catch him by the and of little account these are only
town and
then he went to
.1. new moon; ter Into, friendly reUtlon or 4...
doctors. in the Sudan the m
-.e among heel and drag> him around the house.: extraprdloaryreasonswhy God should .
got busy 'for. Joy, and that was a full the two countries, by mutual Int( ::1 fl
r Arabs. They' worked In' the' Galenic ; .and to' :John. Stevenson. *
Then'if he.doe not get up. go moon; when he started home-be had care for you.- CJ. I I II
change of productions might each
theory and I' must confess some and pretend- be Is cured be i.kUled. ,
worb .
\ ,, twenty-fly cent In his pocket and I Suffering 1 become*-beautiful. when
promote Its own prosperity and tn. 4welfare
good results, although their system I saved a couple of patients by- I
mother- bears calamities with,
that was the last quarter; his any one great \
beats homeopathy all hollow( ,, Old Galen .I of the other. It was thought
massaging stiff muscles. and that cheerfulness not Insensibility
through
in-law met him at the door ,
4 would have reJoiced see them. That practice pas too strenuous for total he stars. but at mlnJ.-ArttoUe. *- that Orientals might see -that as well "
was a eclipse- saw through greatness: I
.4 They worked on the theory of oppose me. and the next year found me.studying / Concord Times. j a* Yankee. In the end they did. But .

;, Bites-:their,'medicines being hot cold new system of medicine np in the Ld .'i; I it? cannot- oe add that Japan

,. wet and+dry They give water for fe- Australian bush. Here I came in con IMPROVED DUST-PAH. : Bin.flint C.ttle. more than an oyster ever reaUT'i.). _
"beat forcolda-an"d they- get r I to be ."opened." From John ...
vera and : flict with the 'blackfellow' doctor,who Everyone knows that the Cast cannot -.'L yearned _

some( good results. They arethebest"practitioner Is quite' a* effective as the ordinary The following Is. ah Improvement compete with the West In beef pro .1 3. B.awell'a "With Perry In Japan" lathe '.: t tt

I .have found outside. of American quack. These doctors fly up Century.
the Justpanwhich has been In generaluse ductlon. But everyone knows of a new j
civilization. In the 'air at night and come down e. heel 16 t
This
for a great.many years. ,scheme for raising beef that profitable
"It was fine practice down( In the Sudan and throw Bristol diamond .
.. trees, they In the East, or wherever land I .'
4 :f despite tie fact that they wanted at patients" during the-darkness. .TheyhaTe. 'and feed are hlgb. This' new plan HEART RIGHT

a 'to execute macs a witch whenI cured ,. according to -their patleats, a HOW1KO salt ..i> OF Tea MATCH XBADT, ''might be failed "forced feeding," I Whk* a. Qalt Ode'... i
headaches administering a cathar I I II
by
bone In their stomachs and splintersof -
1. rOB: wlrnDnAwAL.Instead since'tie animal I* marketed at twelve Life Insurance.Companies will not
6 tie caused to enter their tj '.', I ,
it are patlentaand -- n r-tsjjlu LSE m-SSIJ-1 II I1H of'four '
fourteen or ,
4 ,f "My-next:: experience In practicing cure the disease. They see old of being forced out of the box .or five as month.instead was done a generationago. Insure a man suffering from heart. ,
years trouble. Tb. reason is obvious.
.on the Aplngl-down In, Central man kangaroos in"their dream and bead-first- la simply' elected a short
between
There is Intimate relation -
.Africa;/'where the church had established hey carry 'plongges.; or big clubs with distance and is then Imposition to be : the'' length an of the feeding per.Pods This Is a serious matter to the husband j
or father who>> Is solicitous for thai ..
+ mission station. They are a *
i
a which they touch enemies land cause withdrawn by the hand. In the Illus
.
and the weight. Animal J
rllp- I I gain future of 1111 dear. one. Often'the:-Jr'heart
arrange. people, and cannibalism hem to die. No man among them ever tratlon here shown a portion of the IIn I the wild state eat enough to keep trouble I I. caused by an unexpected -' \i1 '

_4 Idly" disappearing. Fine te-ilow. they- ate a natural deathw-bnt all are killed I box has been cut away _to show the j themselves and maintain a vigorousbodily "}' '
thing, and can be corrected 1C
are. and I performed'some a mpu.tatloiM witchcraft and the main treatment action of two sections, ,
by telescoping Jibe '
f condition. take .
Theymay on
,
taken in time and properly treated. A. ,
among them. 1 aim( discovered of patients consist .In leaving ''them I l and a match Is welt projecting from fa't"when food is plentiful to tidethem.elve
I' extra : man In Colorado writes \i-i1
down'there a leaf Juice that II better alone and huntllig,the witches-which the discharge opening ready to be with over the of scarcity. .
peason was a great coffee drinker for |
than cocaine for. deadening pain. and is the best.P"" of their system. They drawn. To place the match in the "
natural
I baa- Interfered with -
hoeris Man processes many years, and was not .aware ot.ttle i
effects. WITH BBXI.
has less perilous
apparently :
r did not take kindly to treatments. here 1
my position seen It.1'only necessary, I for .the of securing
purpose effects of
Injurious th.-b.blt till I
1 'I r 'TIM Aplngl pull their) two' upper Incisor Tor"two years I fought galloping* contract the telescoping sections In answers a dual 'purpose that,. In- the greater production. One of the chiefobjects' came a. practical invalid ; .,
t tfltth them loose with thelc '
,\worklntr consumption among the Maoris inNewZealand the hand, 'when the ejector engages'the of b.t
first place, of e-leT.-Ungtbe- rear part kept in mind In'animal breeding from heart trouble indigestion
fingers?aBd tbey sharpen all the reat -but it was "sel.... One can't head of the"match lying:In the.bottom facilitate '
the utensil the breed which
so alto operation I I. to secure can consume nervousness to an extent that *
.V of.their teeth 19 needle points.: core' consumption' and |It would take a of the V-shaped compartment Inside of sweeping the accumulations' of the largest possible quantities me wretchedly alterable myself and '
"The effect on a stranger who know '
ounttirv' (n educate triA'natlvM! into the box and the end of
( expose the floor Into It and also formingaconvenient and make and a'i'
1 1m- of feed good profitable nuisance to those who' witnessed
their cannibalistic tendency b7at
;: preventive measures-and timetliey the, stick a abort distance without receptacle for the said we of Country.Life in America. sufferings."I .
.
Dlen.eZ''W1tD..ed.om.httel'Mtl: .
will btJ 'aU 'dea4. The women"wrap however igniting the head. The 'igni
them from being
sweepings, preventing continued to drink ,Coffee "
surgical and medical treatments.While rugs_ tion.Is_accomplished by the of'the . ,. ho"-t
'" "' dv .wear.tun.'heay.cloab.a.nnela. passagfe iijjilled .otherwise scattered after- ever...not( suspecting that It waa-,th*
q 'ai1on"them" J'or-ID.taDC&.1--- an4 while rankling call and then match head between two roughened > The AthUtU Olrl.
On
been ga-thered.
have once one
they cause of my Ill-healtn. till, applying? ?
; who autteringfromieproay .on
:woman was come home and dress 'In a thin cotton surfaces located Just .Inside the aide of the heel there la a door through To some people the athletic games- for life Insurance I was rejected on account 4
I treated the lumbago
-apet'luIONP I skirt. .They: seek pleasure at the damp. opening.! which the sweepings may be- readily girl Is peculiarly distasteful. Her greeting of the trouble with beart.'J'heo' .. '
my
1r 4 wlth,some successful.was displaced est spot they can find; and the edge of PAn la boisterousrfhe grips your hand '
emptied. 1 became alarmed. I found that
; c' by a native physician. HI treatment a' swamp 1* their favorite building slt4-' The-." Carthage (Mo.) Pres.-'says' that as though it were a hockey-stick! she leaving off' coffee *i {

wa heroic. ,He'first tied the patient The'"'men wear overcoats la summer a Joplin boy asked his Sunday-school American heiress baa) married helped me quickly, -
I nods to you tamtllarly. and treats youms
so I quit It altogether and h.TID'betll'i i
:
y e (c., down on the ground and then marked and leave them off ln winter and theyalllive teacher last ((Sunday: If the James boys PrlnceJIenry Goland de Beam at Chattels acamarade. At. all events, abe ,

off. a largo checkerboard 'tm'her back Ciotherr' 1 r'f: ;a wrote the Book of 9ames. de Paris. Attracted by the advertisement of r. ,
Las generally a pleasant whiff of honesty "
with a'kjilfe: T.ben be poured en-,. .. \bur' Fostum Food Coffee I began- Its us: 1,,
d'lnllllke ttey -----. --- -- -----
t They sheep, -- ------------------- '
-- ; about her. she Is devoid of par "
i enne pepper and lltne.julee in copious refuse change their customs aq there Tit Nar..rs,.f ...aw. (' Korea's;..tar*. lor tricks and she i* easier, to guide 'flIe chang |III my condition'' was re-, ,,
1' TJhr a....... rub., markable, and It was riot long till I ."
Tind ,
jUantltle r "" (
< '
Ii. f tr'I 1Jle"fOl'-b aM1an"h.tl, thijf The' old gentleman 'In"the smokingcar The constant growth of the1 trade of than the sniggering ralssUearth: and .
was ailment!
She completely cured. All
combined '
Juices. my
birig In; the-\ need 1* grave dl gers. r"fntilly'I y .was dectarlngvehemently' ;; tint,'I* Korea 1* 8omewhatrelllarkltblelo vletr Horn .* r'
Applied cocoa oil* vanished. My digestion was completely ''i
1} seemed glad WJlen'J' career
tip my ;: at}' his opinion war was a disgrace. to else of the unfa rable' condition the iBy '
i. t .f >, .restored, nervousness disappeared :
,,,' -but! BM died.f: .. pb'l1ctaD''''among'\tbe; IlawalUn/i afrdcombated Ulxatlon.< ""War." he exclaimed' "bran ountry, 'aDdlt Is.explained my ,;
/ only bya Cow -
I .
I !- -
TBere was a.sub-chlet who was .I Ick ,,v aad. most Important of all myheart i
the prlnst* trying to practicemedicine
'ab.minatlon"a'blot onthe'universel"Upon' 'consideration the '
comparativelylarge'and'but Three,, covered neuralgia-Intercostal neuralgia : war_ ; steadied down! and became nOl".mat.
with, while; they hunted whlch_he tose and Id-the car. f partially developed' ( to
v drawn by nine much aid. On'a'second'.xamtnatioa'l.t/
by befog kicked over an I cow., ,
( apttadqced u..ct..evil *pirlt*. I was note i '"Theold man seem to'feet }jt.be la safe
pretty sops'o4 country It toaegmethat'.t "\
) passed here :
A7? fW lhaltntzace42i :-!" : .wlter .. through' for'the country wag accepted by the life insurance Co.
Facr. or; got UttWtTTIde."i; .troDglf '
< one
-4.AOUlIr t th.t best I could, but' be thefoncIuldoq'"ot'thepresent west of the )Missouri Rivet;, In addition ' .Quitting, Cof.: ,:,and "ushr'o.tum" :
.. .Ile laen& ra.rA'I: : AI.be latbeel3bleflTrtbnjBw hosUUtle greater development to : .,vebr'kedtbe :
eadleR hraf Myat+Ilac'te ho..iJU-lIJt -" making--fifteen'rallearjij.day:; :C1Ire. .1' : aOllt i'pyeafb1...,
"f""Yoe
": 'of bU ancestors, burned Tbe1 use tl n .. oratptbp { .:. await her, ,and further'expanslon'of1)Yrforelgn with their' loa4,tba cow. 'fnrnlehed' ''Fostum Co., Battle Creek Mtcfai' :-. 'i

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lYhen@ver one receives" an Injury J AM RICA'S BRICH'TEST WOMAN,' Mids'Fun of King Edward.-- "; -
,rusty nail which 'penctratfatbe'ftesb' l'l'wlthHa' j : .
King Edward, ha* met ,with, many
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beneath the alert Ej'i....tie F.et. It Her purr tn R_ .
kknK great care
amusing adventures ,,during his wanderings t .
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miM 4 UiMftirU KldBBy rilU- ..
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should be taken to that the' hurt 1
see 1 Wary K. Lease formerly political on the continent and a good .-A__Ycn: ..cMt": Thin. h.ed'semeththg' -thstE
IIome'He th ; does noT geai 1 upon the outside before 1 ;story' Is,told of an' eplao4e which, befell yen ,
It dots upon the Inside; In other word, 1 lender and rator.of Kansas, now ou :' him In Belgium., He was walking :aT: CIRIDILe: 7. YOU SHOW WILL enE.C .-"

ClubBy i the wound must be kept open and.. tblrr..u lecturer-tho'only woman onror evervoted through Ute country lanes with a par- TALE > Xx>>'x .. ,
made to heal from the inside. then -
'
ti of friends, .when thy cams to a
I DavidH.Ba''.rjih.l? >.,*l.l. there will be bo danger of lock-jaw.\ ',.Senator.1 Unltfd ,"ll"rltcoa'-States) ;}I farmhouse. and King Edward thought ;'">T ottla U Guaranteed. Had U.par sad Tastaia** Perms.': -.s'

k Sirs Anmany he would like a (lass of milk., As It )fanLntaw ky .Art'O..WO"B.AXD.VGOO.,. rrt** M
icum .NOTES. _..Dear.. Pause Tax. aaJ JCuaahla T n*.' '
of myfriends 1 chanced the farmer and fell wife wen ,' J'uaJe y Arsggi.tw" : '.
1 :
Hebron.Dr. Just. taking a milk can Into the house. ,

-All that a rannOjalU wl1T1ut: give for Dear. David Doctor U. ftecder have, Uaporte suffered;. Ind.i for '1t:: ', Dtmn'f have Kidney used and one of?the party made known, -Ii ,JIi -Ji .. '. at'j

lit* )1lte/',I. n tract iwiylcs that Is older : years with.burning feet. Can you .' Pills ;;and havebeen what'was w lIte4. _
il./ The Kine' Just. about to drink . "
was
the BUiIc. Jn of "All"pel'eon : urC'd'of u
speaking
ban tell me the cause end,, remedy for the '' ... I'A ." ..
naturally understands!, that columns of the bladder .and kldtney the milk, when' th. tarm.i wife I'
same thronglC-tlie GETTI .1 HIS -PROPKR REWARD, HI
la Flemish to her husband "
[worldly po8se, rloii4 or money is meant Home,.Health, Club! Sincerely, :!ot"\\ '" troubles.: I speaking rapid -Tou're"Dbt'golDS to bar' me, out. 7 cT
mid ln that sense tt Is true. ;There oJ'' ., feel It'my duty said: ',
Mrs. M. Q. J"". HI .arrivedspirit '
asked th. newly !
.
,," "I wonder how much I can ..et'out are your
nr.othet> things, however, 'whlcl\.JIOme\ : te recommend themedltlne _
itndlimbs
Every 'other night bathe tbe feet 't ., for T* Letter rt tbd a..th's'Leedi ,
>Apple. wHllnot give, up, even: though' up to the knees In.as. hot water' : .t1cb-dl-; to thole of the .long; nosed Englishman '"Let me, see" replied St. Peter; .neMew th tt.g.. four eeholanhip are ot-,'
hey can know -with1 'coueUleraMc, aofuracy .."can'possibly'be borne., "4. little' salt 'who suffer from, From thatr'King were street railway magnate fen,." *panmn ot Oil_"tatlNe than
that continuous indulgence'will added to the water will be all the bet personal experience I ..tborl1\1cbI7'- Edward laughed, and.-handing 7011 a i oeU 'WRITS TODAY." .,,

ultimately mean death.. In tunny,Neil, ter.: This should be continued for bait dorse your remedy.aad clad of an her an .English Crown, said -tuber,' weren't. yont""Tes sir" .BUSIKIS3 CDLLBSE lac 11 Gi :
t
{the majority' pt( vases, lt is Ignorance an' hour each time maintaining the opportunity for saying' so., Yours truly. own language: "Well, just hang onto one ot'those r ,
vhlcli CUURCS people to do or neglectdothose" temperature of the bath by adding hot (Signed) "Allow ae-4o present yojj with a "tr
t-EASEj. the English straps over there ,for a couple /.otthousand CONCENTRATEDCrab
think -which .wllV rive aoosouabU wa"'1" .to It. MARY ELIZABETH.' portrait of long-nosed. ,
Insurance of continuous Follow'this bathing with'hot-water Fofter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo "Nt y. man!" years or ..so.I'hlladelphfa'Ledget "

health tOT many .yea.... by. plun'giug. the.''feet In very cold Sold hy all dealers Trice* 60" cent' *. The woman's consternation, can. te .... . . '

'The 'mlenion 'of tbo Home. Health water for about ten IleC' Ddll.Rub: per'box. better-imagined than'de.crlbed-Pen.. .

lulll jas declared by me many years briskly with a towel. On, the follow.* ny PictoriaL '" ITe. Loea-na'a A ....11... Faint. y

Is to" tench the natural laws of lug morning sponge gently: :with Vinegar VEQ-CTABLE. IVORY" BUTTON yeuude rtdytorue.eeraiotrrd. oil,
Which in
alth. overcome superstition :with rubbing the feet<< well. ,There '
FITOpnneanentyeuied. Nehtsornervontan..e Buy oil fresh fro n the barrel at M cent Orchard
jtaiple, -nrll'Ctlilil. helpful knowledge sults will be thoroughly satisfactory. I, Hall' f .Worl". Product. I Is Mad 1n after drat d".' ".. of Dr.Kllot..'.GtPMtTb pr gallon and mix it. witb Longman .et
aching bow the many little Ills' of lios Angeles.: !I This Country. j' Nervf atorerf71rIa1bottleadlreeNesfr.r.. .Martinet L tt. M. I'aint.

tie family or of the Individual may 1>1'. David II. Reeder. La'porte, Ind.: ; In this season of campaign buttons.) .Pr.LII.Ku..LtcL.III1Afth St..Phila.,Par '.gallea.-'L mt-----;.,coaf- aboulTI2Q"p4L." -

e... vereomaorcurcdbyW.naturalmedles -'-Dear-Doctor=I-\icas'nrtyllve g ara'," whlca are-ao 'priYiI silt i iocait17.: t .r. _are'practically. bo illitente. InNorway. .lame S. Barren. Provident Maseheater Water::: :

supplied by an 1l1.wJlle! Crca-- old last March but I only'' feel' about! ; Interesting& to- know that-of the lil Cottnn )hll... Rock Hill '8. C.. writes:

_.' and nearly always at band. forty and can thank the Home.Uealth tons of ta.,oth r kind,Jhcme kre.WisIo.'sSoelbingirnpforChildn' ."In 1883 I painted myWidcac* with U k3L
One of the moat powerful and effeeIve Club for information received. I ama hold one's,'clothes -on, probably- h% Ieethlaesotteuthe rnme.rednee.latammas hoaee It look better than a treat many' '

therapeutic .rt'nta1.nown to medial man*who does not Jump at conclusion ' of all the world uses'are 'made la ttoDaUap palneurs.wtnd oolto, e.a' bottle, !Sold,painted every, where,tarn' sod year' by age: Longman ii '

science' water.; It r* always at very qntckty.: I wait for returns, this CIMIntr,., A considerable portion ''Dllrlewbu',tiu' a.. corruption of IeeetS. J amines' hew -York. 'Paint Maters for', = C'r;

lid and even a rudimentary knowl- and ''1 have then and ere satisfied. >I ot this product Is turned: out In Phil a.phla whet!:" Fifty .Yearar -__ .

p Qf how to apply It lu the treat ana troubled with catarrh of the bead., and'vicinitybat this .Is not a noCnr8a.nnot M too McMysftokeni .'Tweniy-fir thouund' prreogi are *roployed -' :,.),.

rat of disease Is one of the moat I have lost smell and taste and would button center 'and other places are ..aeoach 00.-1..R.O'Ranv 822 Thirl ; in the,watch: factories orswitzcrland. FOR

ralutlle kinds of information that like to know how to regain' tbell. Record mach larger Jlrodn ra.j'A! .Avenue N.. Minneapolis Minn.. fen.'. WM.. .. ...;. SPECIFIC ..

uld be taught 'In oar public ,school number U 3800.' Your* truly, Nearly all the; buttons .tnSnufactured Bomb, it i.'aid, ,were '.&1'1& 'thrown 'HE, SPOKE 'THOUGHTLESsLY.

and :yet there are mury physicians K. fJ. la the.VnljLed States are now made March: a.. 1S80. ,"He said he'd never marry a woman DYSPEPSIA' .

he know but little of the wonder Such letters as the above are highly .. local deaJf. HEADACHE
Ivory '
of "
vegetable says SICK 3
be Its Aet r% f. QaaiiTa Boss, of Atlanta, Ga.,are. for her money .3 _
rnlch performed by treasured make feel tllhi'anb.tance 1 1I
may tiT
ine; they me and of theworid's.output of tll.oalY.IIful Dropay Rpnelallnta InNae. "That waa btfor he knew what It
A few days tin I received a. Yefterom a SAtUfactltm which can only be experienced nine-tenths Is''so used. orld. '*tbelr liberal oBec tn advertUe--" was" to ;need'1t.- Cleveland .P1, ., CONSTIPATION. t .,
a lady telling about a 'neighbor ( by' those who know their Practically that country takes all the aMt In another !polumn of this paper. .
Dealer.
lioliad/MffereA' bra long time"with efforts, too good -are fruitful. That I 'vegetable Ivory' that is grown. The The word."biliiou" Th.thud "ilia' tJlatomal life_ a buM.n..
tn England mean* a- 'retaect,.' Ja' for almost
diseaaed ,jaw-boTm A number olatio have thus bees of valuable service best of.It and a wry large proportionof million IIion..'' a emaq field b1 aU 4rqPSL' i.Le.
bad Tailed to Klve re- ;i.
pbyalrlaua to
ruffeilngcreature
even one repays that
it comas from South America
let nod finally the surgeons -werealled. me for much of the labor have per- from the hanks 'of the Magdalena NO SLEEP FOR MOTHER CRAB ORCHARD 'WATER CD.. .
t '
., They decided "to remove the formed preparing these lectures. I ,I River In poluraWa being especially Mozley'sLemon sdl15.lay.

man a Jaw In order' to- .a\"e hta life, hope that an -wIre 'are benefited will choice. It la also grown In Mexico; Uab7 c-:....... with ...... asd __eel-

*e operation was to lie performed show their appreciation! by writing me I which produces-an excellent -quality Cvo4.l Koi T.111a bet she Looked Llh- Elixir.
.
in a week. The -womanwho wrote about It.Where. Mervel.ee. Car) l>7 COOU..... 'COTTON'GINS
'and.in Caltforara ,,So far the Califor '
ne -was n Me member<< of tbe Home catarrh bas been'"of such longstanding 'Dl nut la Inlor-at least for .but; 'At lour months old my baby's facssd ;THS BEST .'
Health Club and the rnuxrerod up .s to-4estroy the aennea fir body were ao covered with sons and large FJlMILVMEDICfNB
'ourage to tell him of n lecture I had taste and smell the cane Is rather difficult . tons, but attempt are being made scales, you could not tell what she looked WITHOUT BELTSaAWTTS
ritten upon the subject of (curing to attempt treatment at a distance. I -to improve it,'and It Is believed' they I, like., Mochildcver had a worse c.... Her For Conetlpttloa, Bllloam !*. ''
will In turns be successful. and bet dlgeetioa, soar Stomach: ,, Colic XOtBKI&gS otaznnollls':
1 i Jaae w.. bring eaten away, even
dlaraed bone by> the application ol But if the lecture given the subjectof ,
on
dsebs sad ...yeki.gteased does away with thebrmeh bait sad
I Buttons from vegetable'.IvoryI It itched she could DUdaeaa Be Connleuly
mage nail fell off. ao
hot fomentations, -and she /gave him catarrh sometime ago, which has huger .d'IJveR. p.n.,... Thor mass *eUfa..tl(>.. Time dad
to I are still dls'Umculshed! In the trade as net sleep, and for .a.-weary tn-*H we, byf a dlaoMa money eared Ie you In 1nlas........ '
read. lie lout time I
the lecture. no since been republished in pamphlet
Ivory pearl robber, horn or bone bat could get no reat.- At lad w* got Uuttoura a..e es Practically. X. We.r-O>' *. It.
In applying be. treatmentand when form, !la carefully studied and the directions tons, and 'they look like what they soap and OIDtm lIt. Th aorea began to,, '' That Drocptf i ,..if..... W* rur&BUe utlifuUon. 'Writ fur prleeaaed .
the time came operate the-surgeons thereingiven art- carefullyand 1 I j ; closeness of I teal at one" and ah. could sleep at night,: 4tCcorp... illustrated aWogas. '
to the
owing
'
found such a decided Improvement and faithfully carried 'out I tblnk a are called and in one month .he had not one aore on by fxtttlarnd.1 ycer OAMTT MFO.00.> : -.-.4l..
afcd ,.,. of .. work. tDCf..C fOU sdpetit..
Imitation the ,perfect
healing process going on, that they great" benefit will result If not an absolute -i the her lace or body.-Mr*. UaryUaadera, 708l4 nmkc ed like a t '
I the.proce.seL' They may be stainedalmost Bt. Camdan.; K. J.'J t' U fact you
were astonished. The operation was ems >riog ; ,
color or highly polished. :Illto arwx. & CompanyBOCCESSOE
ana the "man ban been [ any Avery
not necessary/ Ohio.
.H'
area .
I The nut 1* trot used until dry ant The mighty hue surely fallen when __. :ad pee
fectly well for several 'months. Dr. David U. Tteecler.'Laporte, Ind.: ..,.4i'Dr..1'_. '
.Another woman tellsof/ 'how she DearDo, <-tor-'VIII ;you please tell me I bare Then ft is cut Into slab, and each a power as Russia has been can 0."; O..s e....,.... ; TO' '
ajrced': tier tw* grown daughters how to get rid of moles on the face. 1 the forms desired are cut out by' die. I' be defied ,for days by a handful of AVERV &; AtcMILLAN. J ,,'

through smallpox and eared the bal-! Is' there a ante remedy for, me -to use 1 which perform successfully the oi eraj cum- aboard single battleship do-, .O1.B8 Botttbt Forayth .&, AtUnta, Ov Y'

.C8 of ;ihe famllw from having 'It, without danger of causing. ttiem te j j Uon of shaping, making the thread 1 dares the.Manchester
ugh all -of tfiem lived In tbe same form cancer Thanking you ta advance !, holes counter sinking and' finWhlng. A BPLE14PIJ; OPPORTUNITY

owls durtng tbe.entlre'eicknese and : for a reply, I am very-trnly. i Then the button goes (1) .tlia polisher. ,Josh-I tell yon Roosha an' Japan
ill by the simple neaps of whlr'h' 1 lC. C.1Jnleas j 1 Nuts of bad color or spotted are '
t 71 have big war taxes to pay when
iad told In one of my 'lertnres All tbe moles -which yoiiepeak' i I Ilnd for" buttons. which are, to, besubseghenUyoolored 'II III I all this Is'over. MACHINERY'Y

f the; means for 'tbe prevention a. 'aro quite prominent 1 would advise a- 11 race.. la- ', 'Silas-Yew betcher.: It.11'c1n "'em
'ell as the nccesuful treatment for you to let -them alone.' If they are-I ""bleh"eertala' Syes'-'are. used eoa- chance to their born.Industries.Puck (
a. bully purtect
i
smallpox.: are at Hand !in nearly every very large ate wart-like the best mectlon with ...- Vhite buttons are JI
home in the land and"bypm'I'fcnJ method of treatment la to "0' : a 1, made from tbe best nuts There UI MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE I

knowIed' re-'of their tine JIM danger of thoroughly-,)'"- reliable and 1IklIClll'4ermll 'I considerable waste of material la ,-, SALESMEN WANTED. ''" "'" p;

vaccination' avoided and the borror.nit tologi.t"n4 bave'them removed. It some 'of'the'procesees, but the' resulting Lydla E. Plnkhum-a v 'iuwn.htpFlorldsIs and KrtroMl for Survey n newCountr of

dread oe.1' the -dliwpaae' Is forever this I. done In 'very skilful manner produced Is-U31 .oho p.' The remaining Goo........, h,_"'ren.._. ''Thai
. ', tealh. of ttbe'vegotat! >l .- Vegetable Oontpound murrrjm are a plrndld compilation 'of ,.....,.
1s ...
moved; there little. ,Jf;.any, danger. : -J ; one ,- flinir and dra..lnllA and of wonderful .&1.... _
> *" .ivi.-v." '. Teim.' I l'Ivory" not'converted. Into buttons' Is The wonderful 'power of Lydia E. ConntlB and towel fully Indrxnd and popnla-

MOSQTJITO BITI"&.: .... Dr. David n. Reeder, Lap rt.P.. Ind.: nearly all used to snake poker, chin* 1ia.kb.m'a Vegetable Compound over and lion di nf tech tnara.r brtw.HT.en n; railroad.nil itatloni.a-re laljcbowa:shown 4 tit

Daring, the summer months we aren Dear Doctor have been a 'readerof j .the.dbeaseaof womaaklna Is not be- eonar n.lon l dlitrlou outlined, nnmbr* of frost bites although the Home Health' Club lectures HUNDREDS sauce it'I* a stimulant not because It and pepuiatlonglnn. Other '__NIl too avtnrromt R.Ilabt.
no danger STRUCK. .. BLIND. to mention. A apl.ndld opportoiUlr Frisk Engln**. Boners, sll
recently received letter asking,fore for-a number of year and am 'always! V\ I*a palliative.,but simply because It 1* to.n iwtlo ...a Slice. Wheat Mparitors.., ,

*. home Health Club method for Interested,., the -Club, -Notri. for-.the J I Myaterloua.Eys Dtaaa' Asserting- Itself the most tor. ver wonderful discovered tonic to act and'reoontm LAND MCNALLT co..Chicago. IIL9 :

bat annoying: and painful condition. reason that' the'advlco given and the' In Central Africa.A the generative- 0.poolti..17 dlrrvotlyvpoa cR

Instead of frost bites we. have moslto remedies prescribed are always with I somewhat, 'remarkable-,.. dl> nrina;dlaaaa* and restoring health and Dro QuickQuick :

bite, and In many eases Ute in the reach'of anyone. I bop yon I eases. I.at_ present prevalent tn set iiov. li : Ii

IfiUnga elf bees and other eetwhich can through Club Notes, advise' me oral parts of British Central Africa.: Marveloms cures *r* reported' a .r Relief.Ula

ere pot only painful but in some' tn- what to 'do In tbe ...a.e'of a swollen Northeastern Rhodesia, and In Portuguese aU part of the country'by' women who __ *;M k t.aadan T
stances quite dangerous.. There are ankle. The 'foot and leg to the knee { hatv been eared, trained nurses who1I..e | effect a twmeBe.* sureIn
I i- Zambesla. .At ttrat It was .eto.e.d.n. Tri: _
who seem Immune and swelled aDd over ankle Joint witnessed. cares and physicians ...f hi. ...Jw fairer
y people are the otlcable- In cattle.sheep and goats, p. i** Mo BEST iI'ROVO'At".U'OK. :
1I who have recognized the virtue of Writ ...N.N.d.eae SM*. EARTH.Larg .
the of Insect. or even of poison isa reddish purple spot. aa largearound ,
jtolaon recently was It found to . BM .. '
' and only Lydia R. Piakham'B Vft.bl Compound feactallat *j Atlanta. Engines: and Bllr supplied
ak, umlKJc or try has no effect upon as a teacup and smaller j tvs attacked the natives. I and ae: fair enough to give prortiptly.8MnBl, '* Mill Corn'Mill.. '
I tbmVJbe tientiou of tbe pnrltyTof -' spots have/appeared on,the other limb., THEREIS MONEY1. CORN p .
em. /"The disease It at present raging : credit where it Is da*.._ STALl..rU. Circular tawsSaw
the bloodlMiwel!: aa lha ..condlItlon : They come slowly and after a week station If physicians dared to b* frank and .for tree_MJ.... 1. A. Mx deaiJlU.ineua.. 'Teet"p.te\-Doa., .,'
.of the akin aTe njl factors to ne : or so have to. be lanced. Tbe doctor t from Port Herald a British!: open hundreds of t.b.mwould scknowledff ' "" team Oevern.raFull line Engln** ...
toward .
I the Zambesiright on At33 'OS) V
on ( Mill
considered in determlnlnXhp atisceptliblllry says It, la rheumatism, the Joints of that. they _.t.a.'I, prerlb Supplies. Seedier free Catalogu
distance of over1 200) miles, ..
Tete a '
of any one, as for ihj elf _the. the arms being stiff at times. The j. Lydia E., riakbam's Vegetable* Compound "
and -at this latter place. It I*) reportedto '
la severe i eases of lentJ-Ula
sting of honey been; hornets orxeven affected foot and 1 leg look so full and ; as -
be quite an epidemic. knom by experience H can be KSTFWUHEMWELS
they -
amble bees do not leave BO t nu puffed and the skin I* very hiny.. Jte I relUd ., '.'
Hr:.William Arnott. a traveler who upon U. effect ear*. Th following
>aln or awelllng a* common mosquito almost at once the lameness. in states latter it. "
returned from Tate prove
ltea' win have upon many others I I the kle and then- the gathering. recently hundreds wJiowere' Dr. .8. C.' Brigham of. <4 Brigham

"e,118d patients upon whom;a roodaalto l'f'J'baps have made this Inquiry J tllat..ob..n.a.. 'Park.'Fitchbvrr Mua.:; writes i' 0a .
dlle.an4
the a
bite would eause'a! bard and lengthy' buTVain act hopeful that you suffering: from tf II give mgTt ploamire to aay that I
>sinful swelling almost as large as can advise me what to do as I am so. 1 large number were totally-blind. One. haft fnnnd XydU E. rtnkbaa'a Vg.tebl. (
of the slpta'of Tete on a Sunday Compound very flloadoua, and ./*npr.>
alf'a hazel\ nut and they would resin anxious to get wclP&od e strong again. cowl dlfflcol&ea.t:
scribe It In few
the long lioN of blind my practice
to Itch and burn for two or three \'t'1'J'1'C'IIpPCtfuIl7.' vM., I.. C. morning Is "My oldMtdangbtar fpand nverybeneOeW CANDY
ed:.. Almost Instant, relief can bed Ton should remain in bedxand the 'people who enter the town to beg (or uterine trouble som Km*ffo,and nyyovngvet % CATNARTIS,
by anyone: from the effect of snch foot and leg should be plae .a each string being led by a little boyor daughter I* now taking for a fa* 1
male waaknteji,and la surely gBlnin;to beeJtar-
tea and stings by briskly rubbing the thorough hot fomentation, afterIt wbl girl. and atmiata. f -I'

t for a few, Inomenta. ,, with .'smart should be sponged with warm v1ae. At.Crit a whit spot Is observed: on "I frwQr advocate ft a*_ neat rallabl*vp*. '

eed,, n CClmmo1Jllant.w.hlC'b growsnearly gar -In which there baa been !dissolved the eball and this, laa short spaceof cite..la.aUdiaae-: which women Aft subject '
I It bonect.odonemeat.'' rouaaanTEan
and
give
V all parts of America and Is teapoonfnl of salt and a teaspoonfulof tlmevbecomes highlyInflamed'

well known to need ,description. red pepper, to a pint -vinegar.. -Th. eyeHhan discha-'ge a white fulo1..la.Women who.see. troubled with. pain. Cllaa .n ...... _10....sppeUdW. bed ....... had
'tied the smart weed Is not 'at'handcannot' These ingredients should be' put Into milky nuld antt4h e whole of the eye flatulence menstruation bloating I w.... ....._-or.mab best d ........ II a.eth. badeeheal'..--.... .._..... 4
white film. (or ), lenoorrhos, falling, Inflammation pea slier ...liver treble. allw sky sad....._ wen awele_'. *
readily be secured nlalnjtaln! (be vinegar before It'la heated, and become covered wjth a or uteera-tton\hallt.erna, tKelerly. tee an..... Gwtpstlea ....sera-pI.too sit bhp tea. __.........,. I. ._.. ,
yes will act with almost equal satfaction. the' liquid should then be strained before This Is the critical sUtfEe of the malady ovarian troubles. ,' that boarlng-down --. ......, eiimea s..d..Isee tan.f... r/eg. Pte..tter what site ,us.51.11155155 '
CA5CAnT .tst .
.'Indeed a poultice of bruised using.' All kinds of meat and ., sad.If the disease Is severe; feeling, dlssinea. faintness, indige-- dgbe T.... ffS.._.-r will. S SS ..... ad.r..d.well..tII Iste pas....sus_rear es _.aws at y t

Intaln leave Is said to' counteract fats should be -excluded: : from the diet, the eyeball bursts, thus destcoylnf Lion, nervous proetration or the blue, Sttvsnjsstr--: .ts p.d C CC.Mwe: sold Y-n..a..uo.: ... twspa eN
ahoule--"rlnk IelLolldoll.. MaiL should take Immediate action to ward C.e. .CO es Ii.. paW
potiinii of- many make bites, and and tbe patient: large the sight, "! -
,,,Jb._* rloua_ on* 4i ienoe*,-and-b* -
for bruised of ,buttermilk dally
a roost excellent remedy 1I quantities\ .freal ;;
-- -
'bnrus. Tha common plalntnln, three-'lo tour..Quart.wlltnotwrocr Columbus red 1 to perfect health and strength.b' ANTEDftSMttawS\: : ..
ig Ljdlal! .K.JPinkham's.V tee .
bkh iw be.. cl ofJ'llrd..AutI..bY muctu. Thla w keep up-the-strengtli-1 -A chooirteacner7wartrylnarto-1nK' g wee 11IoI..d ta Kent''.'k,.
grows : bl.Compound, and then writ to Mrs.Pinkham (U qsea wen .
(t) .r ...._ of ...... ... WbO have 1..ea 1
e'1'oac1t'lde. is tbe kind to use A reduce the Inflammation and also aid press upon his pupil's mind that Columbus aVLvnn, Mass., for farther daM4 p.Ae5 a .-,u.t '' iv
ter received from In eliminatinguric acid from the discovered America In' 1.92. advice bas cb.w5i..t 1'- rod-
this morning: ady free fib-living' person had fir: .for efa.t' : .. I
who lives In this tate snys that blood. sate snid--." l 'w. ,John to maire'you the-benefit of a >, Wder ezperine in , dt:: .......Inra, sow tI ..1.

I tatn leaves well bruised and /laid All readers of ibis publication are I. remember} the date when Columbus treating female illafih, ha* ". .tdedthOlaAII4e q. ,ICATUAN, W.BICKPoao......... -0.-, .hrse; i. Ii
''
'boll,I U the,bent treatment that at liberty to wrjtorf, -Information" discovered America, 1 will make- It In\ to health. 'E* rv suffering ALL : t1' l
OR gCWINQ flA ''
should ask for and follow
e given and that the seed stalk subjects pertaining to health. A1I] communications a rhyme so yon won't forget It: 'Co- advice woman.,If she wants to be strop and her NEEDLES IKt*. co..te 'FOR WOMEN '..... .--rc'

pUintaln used aa an Infusion is an .should) be addreBSfd to I lumbn sailed th.a ocean 'b.ba.la 1492.: will.wen. SHUTTLESs..rt"ot\ ; treaalet their *K.ae4 with tn All*eoriiart a .eeaa*te't.to .unuvni? ee .. '"', .''

tcellent 'rrtnedy for dysentery; also Dr David! IT. Reeder L porte, Ind.,* Now can'you remember that, John?" e . REPAIRS.. "Tc:> .fl\ ooMnO. Ttenagaly eiaa nt MlleaJiian. -
fat, an infusion or tea made from and must ccmt.lln'name and address ; "' U**clacaaiceeVheala laliiaa .. a4 leaalnna .,.'P M
"Yes .sir, repil.dJohn. Philadelphia'.Is trying to rid Itself, a>,mmleaoenfcaaaai nauJ tatar.... -
ackberry l leaves will give relief from In full, and .t,least.. four cent in poseThe'Ws.h ' Th
morrhage' the bowel n-ca sal of fAce. ,' school bis.:teacher- laid, John,, when York'Trlb..*. Meantime, a?searchlnc' addaabq.ldwirptia*(Uksl tt I de' :::.;OBJCadmTOOBT

pi ljold feverv These remedies are alraya HMk.T'1" did Col'umbna: discover Amerlcaf'Columbus'called Investigation If going ell aa the under. 1 n... mite tati . AND WOMEN'S SPECUL MES '
at hand,and can be..atel1"u.edan tnlrroa the dark'blue a.ala 15 i ,. b aw a Fo.iMa.adea1Ieswakte. -
r )' one:. *. .. '.r, mean* Lea been found 'for'enabling >>- 1493.- ground ways, that lead to:: ,tts. City Trial ......* Btock .f laracMea' *Pni

Another .'!tfnect7'equatl7, pets 'Ia the sojourner* on the ;Jersey seacoast -'- ? . -Halt _._ UL..L,__ __ -_ r TMC a. Paten 0e"A.: ,:.vs MaS&. : .,. t
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van by the same Jady to counteracte to defy mosquitoes. A moaqultoroa -- 1e. YA

dangerous loek-Jaw which,is )Table k :has been Invented by some gelb=i'

follow hurt; by'.rnstyKna1la" ,or Iron. Int.. ivconslata'of a wire framework .....
wo tabtesnoootuU ,o<_wpo 'Ashes.(If covered with netting and_when alJppcd I Plantation I Chill Cure fs Guaranteed

err'troig bait the7 quantity), scald over the head- protects, that 'pert of 41

a "cupful of boljtus water,' thicken( one'i.anatomyfrom. tbe pesta; giving

b.cornffieal; and apply when pearlyaaa one time to, defend the'oher parts -

i4 .plaster. . -,... roora.))1:"..' effectively.. .. -l- _,. :;1'0; T "ourer, :or money' refunded. ,;,by,.!y merchant? ,'so'why;not!try ftP- .Prl .', ao(,:. ri

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"j ehIif011iatiotii' : New Telephone Co. Organized. Notice of Intention, to Apply REAL ';
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V For. Sportsmen.t Tit articles of incorporation of the t for; Letters Patent. 1 w wI

'; >8ceola Telephone) Company appearIn active l. h. r1,, g4VFq.lhat the under.tRnedII l :
MHHMIM.BMHHIIid > another column 6f tM\ Uoue. of in Hut oft 1
t pply1 t < ttovernor :
,' Game The. malfT object Of Company U to Klorlju." Tallaha....... Florida,on

} iiuges the Laws by tbe ,, I
;; of Oclobnr A l> I'Kfci far iA'tlera PHtflnt Inaoruorvltnjt
build main lelephooe) -Jine from Kissimmee I
the "OSCKOLA TKI.KFIIONB COMP Y
t Last LeKI.letll. !.. to' N..rcou"af'eb and connect I !.\!'ST under'be following propmiod cobarter. | s i :ft
last amende the along the orn. 8t Cloud I the orl ln. which U now on ale In the ofttcnMworaunt 1
The lefrlslature "U"o of State of Hid lI"'te. .
game laws and if adhered to, there ,Ahton. UunDlme.1e."a.nd with feucli 'Wit".... our Dame'thl flth" .dir September.. : \

.' Fi will be many ,who /are liable to.cetlnu .private houses as desire phone cop- 'A, D JMO.' .' W B MAKINHON.V I .

> serious trouble. It is generally neet.I"n.. Thht'lloe will with the localexchapge I*. A. V .1 Ni4 'AllNKW. i y J. ,
those wbo are ignorant of t.be'l.w that connect _A K. DON EUAN.!: ... "
violate i...., : and no exutiarire" will 1\(
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relaUou'to tbe off be made by the Company for the use PROPOSED C1IARTEKOP O8CKOLA TELEPHONE '
;j Tbe law In .., kllllnjr .
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of their wire by subscribers.Jn '
wild Is as follows. : CON; PANTf "
game sections (3) .other word the subscribers of the nedbereby.smelatrth.maet. CHO
"S@ctlun 1. Tbat three Thrunder.l ea
and six {6.). chapter&2 li...laws a fFlorida,4PI'ro'Ved h..carexc ILolle jwlll I'tt.j1)i.t { njdltlooat together for the tin rpuMi of Umioniluv. Ipanrpo. :
service without additional cost. tired andfnrmingacur, i'r tltML tinder and by
May 20, 1903,. < v The new will the ;
.; Company begin r
"f ,
tied on actor the preservation tIe .110"" I.l'Opo..ed Cliarl ri .
wild deer'birds and other llameo..n4Lo work of coqstruotlon as soon .at the ArtlrlA I The name of the corporation shall 9i
material can be procured. They have be the".OS'KOLAI'KLICI'HONB!: 1, prescribe the time in which hey; lel the contract 1A.,, Basil Jr. for and Its biiftlopM shall lie conduct d In .the 'To 'look at our | : >
t may ,be hunted. and to provide that Town of Klmlmmee in 'be County) of Osorolaand i :
all esIdentl of .the state. shall five hundred poles< to be! delivered $t.'.. -of Florl., but' li may entaKIUhofnoeii '
,
DOD right away aod-h a ve ordered through( nd aaenrlvi' at other p sees wltMn the delicacies make you
i take out a license before they shall Mr H 6p) miles of steel wire Stale of Elori'lArtlcleTl.: -. : : ; : : i'
Fleming ( \ "
bunt such wild dr. ;birds or other .The f e'lPr.1 l ,.nature of the bnilrteim them.;,
t I G.,11. Morrison BUDerlnteodant of the 'a traniiauKnl l the ..U lU
and penalty for to >jt l.'OrO\/r./ >untiMll +
prescribing- +
game' a local exchange will have charge. .o. be to r..".'ru.'t Had operate, Telephoneand TONGUE + + +
the tjolatlon thereof be and tbe same
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: '
the construction work. Telegraph lluvn aDd !general to ezerrlne
-, 1s hereby amended so aa to'.read.a < Incident to the builiuwii are not scarce, here, : )
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; of the ) stock 01 ; : 0t"ct; '
follows The amount capital of .nimrptatloo: the laws of the Mate '": \V
: f the 42,600 i divided Of Florida iArticle -
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newTcompa.ny
in stock of
Section 3. That no person or persons III The of our
amount the oapltaliWek
J .' Into shares of th0.il0.each.The .
shall have in his her", or thelpossession of .ld ahsllbe. Twenty-Are Hundred :
n corporation". claim to the title. : "
w' or shall bunt or kill,' any; following/ offloM-s have been &>..11..... Irldvd Into! Flfiyaharen each of "I.
_ elected to serve for the ensueinjf.year: the ,ar value of Fifty D<.ll.a'.and. .h.I.\te\ oU .-,1
G wild" turkey quail or partridge I in any G. A.'Beach-Pre.idenL. paf.llInas"llot.; Kl hcbt H i.ml red Dollaralii : : ; "
G rP part of this stale, save only from the o..li, and the balanr to remain In the treainrtfflrdlnpoMil .
4 Beside, of_1VgveOheC11A 1 S.he.llrp4day << . O. W. WardVice Pre.l 'P--A.Van.'A/lnew-StIC... may )ierr.fterdralgnete| AND FANCY ;
-" of March of any.year. No person _G.,.A-.Beach....i;.JtV.....Ward._ W,. .13Makinson .. ArUilrlV.\ The term for ...bl"hl\ll.ld I OF{Ora. :
-.balllcUI mire than two wlld-turkeys A. .K. Donegan and .!'. A. donshall Hundred yearn'bzi.l.balt"befofthtermofOne. Consists. entirely, of
than quail In any one *
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twenty
or more:
Vane Agnew 'IJIrectofs.. rtlrl V The bimlnnw of mid corporation
; day and DO person -shall kill more -,-,- dh-ll be noudnvted by the following officer! a goods. Nothing q,
than five Iriidturkeysin anyone year; The ".....1.1 ,,&. vice President Trvamirer, 8 rret.r>' i
k 'and any person or persons,. firm, corporatlon Summer, Tourist Rates! : via ;,.Atlantic and a Board of Five U recto, and ."dlotb..r is permitted: to < ter !
officer* aa may be deemed nrcenaarr from time
+' association' or' company ; Coast Llue. ; to time by the Board of blrertora. 1 ho*AftViof -* you will\ leave ui in !
of the provisions 01 Summerresorts Treasurer and i.
sir violating any Serjretary may be held by thenine
this section shall upon'conviction If you contemplate visiting! perion The number of the Hoard ofUlitetor fill it to your re.
f ounlsbed with fine of not nee Ticket Agents of the! At- may be chat gwl at any time. i
.J thereof be a and that d
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1 he DlrerUira Khali be elected to acres lor fh prove: :
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,,tl less than *2.1/ or more than tlOO,' or beImpri.oned lactic roast: LiUe and get all information term of one year liy the."...k"olde's at an .1..... i
in the county jail not exceeding with reference to rates, routes Lion to heldnu the flrrt Monday In hepleinberof : in empt words.
less than thirty schedules and Pullman service. Sum- ,enclt I Teal, sod the nfllcera hall be alert.e.l =
sixty days, or by the Director Immediately after the e ec The W. B,
ihr ,- de.!..-- mer tojurlst rates are now in effect to lion of tho IMrertor by lb. aiocltholdora.. TheDirector
r' Section 6. That all I nersons who arenot all the principal resort throughoutthe shell have dull& power to adop i B. D. HOOAN '/ .
... citizens of this state before hunting country with return limit. .October Uf'Lawi for be oouiroluf said.. corporation; T"' i' :
and thereafter at any time to amend, alter, .'
01 31st. Hates have been announced"
V for the purpose killing any modify or renclmi the By Uawi. The narnvaofiheofliccra '
wild jraiue,lq fils state shall apply to all) Sprlniri and Mountain and Sea"Shore who ere toooudiictlhe. l b".I..e..1 !- M' : ,',
.1
Resorts. ..Id corporation until thine.leet.d lit the flat
of the
cleric the circuit court .
the of eltn tlon! Hhati be qmillfled.are as follow: 1).
county the said toon-citizen proposes for .the First-time! round trlJYt.lcketliare A. H.-.4.h, freildeut; f' W Ward vlve-freil-, !
to hunt in and upon the payment of on sale to resorts In... New Enplane dent: P. A. Vain Agnew, Pepretary. and Trenttirvri I
: the territory.. .add O. A. Be.J..ch. C! W Ward, W B. .i
910 to the said cleric by applicant, General Maklnnon. A. B Donegan and I*. A, Van.Agnew ::: ,
the clerk. shall issue a permit to hunt W. J, Craig Passenger Dlredora. I
In said county.,also as provided.for Agent. Wilmington N. C: ArlleleVI' 'rhehlghe.tabtouutnfIndebted.urea :

+ >< In this act, and the same shall not beg J. SJlartsell, D. P. A., :J. W. Carr at, or any llabllllv lime, to aubject whl h Ihe luelf..id hall. corporationrun be the :: !''

tw' ; transferable and it shall be unlawful T. P. .A. Tampa, Fla. amount. of tia capital HUM'kArtie' ,t.
for any non-citizen of this state to'n.unlln VIIhe iiamoa and plan/i of rent S :
t this .state without, first ob- Has Stood the Test 28 Years deeeeof the agbarriMng Incorporautm, and the .ti t
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a amount of took aul.iM.dbed for by each are a.folIO"
.. talnlog said permit, which permit The old, original Grove' Tasteless. .: : ; '"
{' shall expire on the first day K>f March Chill Tonic. Ybu know what you are \VB. Maklnaon, KlMltntnee, Florida; OneChars.
ttio date. of issue. That Is Iron ahd In : : y
t next following taking It qulnlt.e atasteless P. A. Van Agnew, Kl..lmmeo, Florid.; OneChar
,f 3, all money.collected. provided for form No cure.ao pay 50c. w
., In this section shall be paid by the A. E. ,rmnegan,..Klulinmee.. Florida; One
f t The Republican council of Cleveland ghare J
cleric: of the county ;
yAbscess. might have PTATF OF FLORIDA, I :
r ; Ohio reaHy know ) ..
t.. i . better-lhan co have taken! 'rom John 4 COUNTY OF 0-CEOLA I<
Before me, the Uhden g.d officer, duly anthorited -
I?.' ABSCESSES, with few exception. eon for a fool. to take acknowledgment) 'ofdeed.. .,
', i'
/ eraonally appeared W> R. Maklnvon' A. ,
are indicative of constipation or de-' "; Attacked B.T y" A Mob 1'au. Agnew and KM lkmega.... to roe wellknown x
bl1it.y. : to be the pt-raoi ilevurlned In and-who
fV; .W/H. Harrison, Cleveland Miss:, and-beaten, in a lab. r lot uo II cover rxecntedtheforgMntf; fnatr.tmentand.evrrally rMAX'
ackno.vlesgrd that they executed the name '
"' '' .writes, Aug. 15, 1902: 'i- want to say ed with -sores, a Chicago street car for the ".... and purpnad.rrlp exprevaedV . > .
a word of praise for Ballard's .Snaw conductor applied UuckleiTs Arnica lt e.. my hand and official aval In the 'I' \
LI- .
I. ( Liniment; I stepped on a. nail which: Salve and soon was sound and well, count aforeiaid. thla bib day of September A. ..'
,
caused. the cords In my leg to contract writes G. J, Welsh of Tekonsa, Mich., D['!191.,1| ' T, M, MDRPriY. WATCHVAKEr : : : :
'- and i an abscess to rise In my: 'and find it perfect." Simply greatfor Notary Public "..,,,of Ftortda.My . ItirMMtte'. : .

knee and the doctor told me that I cuts and burns. Only 2&C 'at .theOsceola commlanlon exMrva June 14, lw.7\ Itppalrt'on; W rn" hm.'.1.... + ;
'{ would have'a stiff leg,' so one day I Pharmacy,: Drug "tore. Carefully and Promptly ,
r"to' _, went to J. F. Lord's drug store (who They are Kod for home use,, wgat graving' neatly dr n. : ;

b ;"-k ,Is now la Denver; Colo./. He jrecom- .' Got Off Cb_ Old newspapers) We sell 'em. I f'''''''' tl

mended a bottle of Snow Liniment; He may well think he ha got off .'O=,, :
I /got a 500 size and U cured my leg. (cheap .who attar contracted conm-! "

It is the best liniment In the world. patio or indigeatlod, aod 1 II still. ableto Has Stood'The' Test 25
Bold by Tbomason & Roberson. perfectly restore his health. 'j,, i'.i

_ o) Nothing will do this but Dr, Kingsnew

PEGHORN.Peghorn life jllls.', quick, ;,pleasant ape : ; ;

certain cure Jor headache, constipation Grove'sTasteless '

< Is still on...the boom: etc 25c.at" Osceola Fharroaacy drugstore ) '
'' ; guaranteed. ,. ,, ,' : '
f yr L Our meeting began here on Friday I

/ .' jr>night, conducted by Rev., .Guy, though GOT. Vardeinaifla cooling off a little :

; .\.1:0:; .JM we i have so. much' rainy'i' weather'j''. we' as be Is about convinced that,.Louisiana 'l Chill T ; "'
:
; ..... ',.hope,; to have a' glorious IUCOI>IUK,_ did not contract yellow feverjust "" '
.' ., We wish to extend mans''thabkstofe to spite him. : 1 1p
the one that asked the Supt. of our No-Cure-No-Pay. 50 cent
We, felt he
8. S., back .again. sure Beautiful Women.( ??'
had gone astray. but glad to say be cheeks . .
flushed with the soft -
was present Sunday and" seemed to Plump ,
take such a leading part.,: - glow ot health) and a pure complexion,
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.1 's .t Messrs. Charlie Donegan and Pat make all women beautiful. Take' a '
'Johnson passed through1 Peghorn on "mall dose of Uei-blne after:
,'\Vednesday on their1 way to the' Cask I'i will prevent constipation"* and helD
Coast, where they will& sell tbelr drove digest what you have eaten., Mrs. Won.' S The "FranklinStandard.
'MldoLb la.nJ Tex, writes.
j i ,1- of horses' ?Pat says 1tlsp'tmuobtartberontoMiamisad.hewants: M. Str'pud .
*
: to May 31/1901: .
; 'k see NI..Nel.oo.o very bad that' bethinks "We have used' Herblnain our family S Typewriter '
hr he-shall ,take in thecity of for eight years. and found It the ; .

'; Miami before be returns tiome agate best medicine ever used for consti
: while pation'bilious: fever ,and ..m.I..la.Bold .
all wish
fikf7 :We J.hem. a plea.aot.tal
V 1 they are :' g ." by. Thomasoo. & rtoberson." S.- ., ;
W r }; -s Quite good trade aas been done at Devoured: .' --- I
< byWorteChildren \>> "
Pegborn for tbe pant month and It
seems th..1..eehe.p.-e..h. store has often fron pain

i been on a boom but from hunger, although It'Id.abun.. I
Mr. John It. Nails spent Friday dantl),. The fentlre ,- trouble arises w

i night In Peghorn with his .friend. Mr.: from iDalltloD.hell"foo'd\ is 'not. assimilated -
D. N, Floyd. ;l -TJ. r. but devoured by worm..>t
Mr. George Tbomsi'hlred! '&rteamfrom A few dosea 'of White's Cream ,Vermifuge

Kissimmee and wok Miss'May will cause them '.t04 cease cry-

r Thomas to !the baptism\at Ashtonstation. log and begin to thrive' :once,' very I : r
.'" l' I'} much to. the surprise : and,Joy of the

Rev. Guy and'' faIUUy'r'tooc'"dIDDerr! mother.: ;"Bold by Thorn a ou & HobAtlanta ., ."

; r, -; ' e, with Mrs. Floyd Sunday / end'tjolte a. erson. ....-,' "' ":1' ..., .{ ''tJ ; '. .
'N number of otbert All seemed to enjoy .
might make. : :
generous pproprlalion
,
themselves so muchzy
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t ;h J Mr. and'Mrs. Lena Deeson t left Monday to prorlda Its mayor with II. Standsa'or Visiable Writing- Simple Mechanism.

I morning for their home Lake- soft drinks, aDd thus'"coax"! him' on Excellent: ManifoldingPermanent True

_ k land'with a very sick baby. "We, all the water 'wagon_' . nvent, Durabiiity and a Fair Price.
' wish the baby a speedy recovery. < '
I, h-drade
+ Colonel Thomas attendedo-cburch; Sprains.. ; A Strictly: H Writing"Machine sold ,for

and took:dinner with JoiN "'''''- :-, :'" "
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;/ Sunday : 8., :A. Read. Cl oo; TerA writes, Cutter-Tower: .
Floyd.,. The Colonel seemed. enjoy '
M I March 11, 1001;,. 'My wrist was sprained -
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bis dinner 6ne. ,But of all .things 'he so badly by a fall that U was u*..g I E. 'I'. BUMPUS. n-fr.. Ccrsissls Bask BvUcI!.,. ...!&.
.ttCd enjoy was talking and smiling: at less; and after using several remedies! .
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__ soots ot Peghorn's charmlng youngr' ,that failed-to-give-"'relief.;:used. Ual-. La -- - -- -

.. ,'.ladles.-We alMiope." _the.. -Colonel.lt.aT! lard's Snow Liniment and was cured.I .
t3 come agalnTr earnestly recommend it to any one
: We are still bavlog 80'much rain suffering from I ralo.. 'Sold by

.', and most too many mosquitoes.. Thomason & Roberson *. ATLANTIC.COAST:
?. ProtDowfilnK was In Pegbora Sun r --:.' -- -... ? .
day smiling on the Colonel. : Are You Engage.

tt ye.. ...- Orlando Mr. Walsey is spending Simmon'awhile* mo.ber7'II'Q11a: ,,:.with him: ), raged people should 'remember THE: THRODGJ* CAR LINE FROM. :I-

1 ,In order. to.'attend the-meeting! st Peg tnat, after marriage: many quarrels ( ::. << \
.born. AD1Y., can be avoided by keeping their digestions ,,) it '
In good condition! with Electric OONNEOTION .
[TelJ.e'ATrlpw..i.f"; !' Bitters.S.. A Brown, 01 Ben r
oettsvllle 3. C "For Over its owl'' Ritils to Savannah
r .L : says: rears, my To
Special: Inducements this season..; wife suffered Intenseley from dyspepsia E astl Richmond and Washington.

.f Ii" '1Spend your vatlon on the Paolflo Coastor complicated with torpid liver,'until .tbe', : s lvania Railway.U << .n
.J't: la almost any.;of the western states she\ ', lost her, strength, and vigor,' 14 ALL r

1J. this summer at, low bost. Round trip and became a mere wreck of her <<; .T est (Via Mont4romery). and r
)W't excursion tickets via Rock Islaqd Sys- former self.' 'Then she"<.tried electric ..'.,
4 'temareooslecertaindatesthroughouty bitters;"'which helped, her at once, and the ,_ and "Dtxle Flyer Route" :: '

;;"$, the summer.. Toucan go o\it via Col- finally made her entirely well. SheIs T'-- Via Savannah di Ooesi Steamship : '
;J'. orador visiting YeUowstone Park and now 'strong. ;;;'and' healthy." .:TneQgoeola E.ast New York Philadelphia and" Boston

l t.,.; .revuVolng southern route byway: 'pfJC1 Pharmacy "Druggist 'sells the St.eamert.cJ New York, Washington

'-r h 'r Paso, QI".IOQ :veria.-p'A long retort them and guarantees ,them .at, ,Mo 'a via Savannah aDd Merchans, and '

'm1 limit and cheap rates for side .rlp.'W bottle. ,, 'r'1.. I, \ *.. :-I' : Via Steamship: ""tatioD Cd'lI for Baltimore aDd Pbiladel ; ] ;' { > < *
+ of interestFull- partlQUlars.lu :. i i .
J\fj point :
\'; : "f every rsture and Rock Island folmCeld A'Uusrateed Cure for Piles. [KeyWe5trui yla.Pe(1inaulu&.Qcc( fetlt $ :
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<" 1I ..M..... Ja1&od B,fume hi:4 trudlng Pllea Druggists refund taonsy ) [ f
-. .' 1"; '. .. .:"1' i"' ... If Paso Ointment falls SO curd-any t.. ...'.....le.cil8l. true 're.ln. N.w Tork a FIrldatpptrela. ;, Florida. '
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"' no matter of bow long standing *
1.: .. \l'T I. 0.. Day, easet a to 14days.'f. First application i : :!0 < '
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-i: ;fb.t.. ,lori ;:Quinine -r.- 11f\ia e asXand rest C 600. IflpurdrogsVt : Q'DickestxrSchedtil' !*,st,, tgezio :, : ;

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