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 22, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00195
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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Oaoaola'l. : ..... ao.. 103.; r' Klssitnmee. ." 'GritPlaaj. .. 'September j. ;. 22tU. 'tnn.a Vel. :jllt'" + '" aoFERTILIZING

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.1." Flat Cattle For the .Fair. Mr; .and Mrs. Bender WARING, 1 t

COMPANY
DRY GOODS
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drove from ,
Mr. J. F. O'Derr.r up Back FromAbroad. ,
his pasture this.week: a trio of, his floe .' . .
( be will I, .
tHTRufFRDITS. polled angus caiile-which get
Traveled'
: in shape for exhibition. at the State Have Thirty Thousand .J' Our buyer- is now in ''New .York selecting the:largest
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Fair. Two of them are half-breed Miles Le Past Six Mouth.. '

j yearlings heifer and a bull.-and Mr. and Mr: E. S. Bender, who assortment of Seasonable Dry: Goods, .Notions, h''
the other Is his thoroughbred bull, have spent the. pail six months travel +'
Dr. Flint Issues Bullitln >De-. which be purchased from J..O. Blood log In England!: Asia. and 'Africa, returned Ladies and Gentlemens''Furnishings. ever, brought If

good a few years ago. KUslmmee on Tuesday after tO'JKisslmmee. .
Mr. O'DerI'I.LblDIr.. the polled angus '- .,, :
scrlbtor Work noon, and have been kept busy by '

cattle are. better adapted to the. local tbeirmsny friends relating circumstance :. .: i,1.l . '. "We are offering Summer," Goods greatly
conditions han any other blooded and Incidents of their trip. ,... ,
stock that, have been brought here On leaving the United States they . reduced prices jot order to make : ,:room *"
ON, THE. OLIVER GROVE. and would like for all stock men who first visited. P-nta del Gat-do. .an Island ... *t'
are interested to com up to bis house 1 possession Portugal after "" for-New: : 6 00 d. 1''' .
when in town and see these cattle now 1 vjhlcn the following important (.r'"" ,
Divided 1. Mtyfour Plota\of just off the range and theb. see them J paces la the order named; we will save ,you money. b.

again at the fair.and note the effect of... Madeira and C.1loD.r1 Islander: Gibraltar : :' '
Suttee Trees Each. and Each two. months feeding. "' Urenada aDd ;the Alhambra, '

Plot' Treated Differently. Spain: ; Tangier. Morocco; Algiers WARING DRY GOODS; COMPANY. tAN

.1 t _'h ." Dock Will be Plentiful Algeria, In Africa. Palermo and Messina ., "
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" Slcelyp Maples. Pompel and
'1 'Wbllo Florida Justly and' easily Jack Hancock who Is splendid authority Capri. Italy;,Alexandria, Cairo Port -- - .- I ;

hold first place as to the quality. of on the subject ot:.wild- .game Bald and sarip.up the Ml, In Egvpt;

. her oranges.' there are many groves and hunting, says there will be plenty. Jaffa; Jerusalem. Bethlahein Nasatetb ORDINANCE. a
<\h.t can be Improved'tooth as' regard of vrlld duck along the lakes .and' .J.rleb/ ;Jades.the.Hirer Jordan ARORDIN/INC 1I11'O.lcirw; for the Ptynentat '
quality' and quantity. The ralue of marshes down the river this sea,o0. and the lied Sea and Beyrut ,In Palestine lutorwNpon.sod fob tbs dmptlon of, C. A-CARSON; JOHN M. LBB. N. B. CAHSON.: .J

y the orange crop is a very considerableone He-bays the smart weed t.b.a 'of ; Baalbek and Damascus, the. th.Twa BoDd,"trlH] Street Improvement Pr..ld..t.V Yloe !,....I.o.t.. :' '.c:......... ',,
to the State. and any means that which furnish feed for tills toothsome oldest cis. the world. In Syria; Bond'' sad "C.ra_ry Morwtkc Bond," '

dan De' demonstrated to Improve the bird in the fall and winter season baa Smyrna, Troy and through the Dar sod 'oUho Appointment .0' Bond Trustees. State Batik",of Kissittittiee.v , l
,.I&e. quality a6d yield would be worth put on the largest bloom beeper saw, danelles to Constantinople;. up the sod OrflniDf the Duties of Mid the. of the experiments Black Sea Scu- : IT ORDAI NED BY THE COUNCIL OF '
far above cost and consequently t.bere..11'be plentyof Basphorus to the to "THE Kissimmee P 11l'.
Uut few systematic experiments hate feed; and Jack very logically cooeludes tart the burial place ,of the British TOWN OF KIS9IMMEB CITY| . >
been conducted In this line, and these. that where there Is plenty ol soldiers, who butt. their lives In the fkotloa 1. It hall b. the doly of'h.Coolloll --- .
for-such short time that, Crimean in,, -Asia.. 'J'hflnce.to to provide snoadiir for the p>rm ntof tb.JnterkM .. . . .
as a rule a feed there will be 1>1811t.1-of duck.< The i wan upon th. boadt liwaBd lor the purpon of PAID UPCAPITA4.uln'! ',. y. S BOOOOOO .,. t.
no definite conclusions can be reach season for shooting. .wild, duck:: opens Piraeus Athens and Corfu ID 'tJreeoe; Impravini the a IT FU ol the Town by.p.vini. iTOSaeoLteRSUA.Iwry.... .<>,,.,.. SO COO OO_ b
Such experiment to be success* Naples !Sorrento/Amalfl Rome Floronce Mil othirwlM worltln* the same. '
ed.> Oct. 1st.There. : vradlnir!
.. . ...
tvlrd PtreMlmprovemotlt Bondi" and DEPOSITORS 8BCVKITY. too COO 00
npnn
ful I.-should extend ovela sufficient' are now. quite a number ol and Venice, in Italy; Vienna, the bond. ....ed for Ibt parpoM of p Tlns tb* .I rwww.i_4.' ,
number of years to eliminate the element ducks dhn.. money nnta and "
of variation. due. to the. yearly' the whereas. formerly they were Bohemia; Dresden' Letpslc Berlin murtgsa.upon. the RoM Hill Cemetery. styled Prompt and Careful Attention, 'given to alt .Matter ...," .....,i, ,.

fluctuation in the crop from natural only year to be found In the winter season.A and Hamburg In Germany: Amsterdam ,,Cemetery for lb. "...\loa Mortals aim M Bands.ikli>(".lund aid for to provide tbo r. trnted., to u*. Eschasges,good. at all point at cheapest'.YOUR ;, h.'V r

causes. That such an extended\ experiment great many of them slay all the Rotterdam. and The Hague, In . ,Ion of salt bond, and to that end they rate Bu9INESStSOI4CITED. :
would not. be undertaken by year round and nest and raise their Holland theno to London _, and a Ill\ lee l siuOclnt tat'auouail to meet "

private!; Individuals is natural.s. the . Jack says this Is through. England and, "back:: to the thee I ebsrgrs..a 2. ImmMllaUilv" upon- th.:Inoimoe,
money value of the crop Is the, essential due to the fact that in recent years United States. -. of said bonds lb. Oouncll ball appoint by
thing, and it Is not to beexpeoted'' they tiave been shot at more than formerly They were traveling. the whole time raaolullou to be -raoordwt In the mlnuto a. '
that an Individual would care* to devote and a great. many of them 'are and never stopped over ,a fewtiaya" at eommtit of said of throe Town per,and. >os.hall, who hi.ball styled: b*Trustees free.holden ,

his Income-bearln c (grove to the wounded during the. season These any place. Both stood the fatigue. Of of Town Bouda who aha I five .
solution of the question. The Station are unable to fly back North when the travel splendidly and neither of them uln to tha Mayor of..lha Town with a1tr.: \ :

has, therefore planned a series of expertinents time. corner, and consequently! ..,...od were sick a day during the entire trip. 1 each sureties, oondltlooad In the I..ID.that, On the* mid Thousand Traatmt Dollara shall

on this line which It is raise their young here and these being Mr.' and Vrs. Bender are DOW back faithfully dlachan" the tru.t oonfldvd'b.1 Valdosta. ) & Machine Co
hoped msy be continued ..uWoleoth10nR' acclimated do not seek a colder climate hi Klsslmmee stay; and Mr. Bender end .b.11 pay over and duly MmtHint :Foundry
the belt source will) build a residence on his Jot opposite uch sums or money aa may oome into their _
to demonstrate la summer. but remain throughDulthe bund by virtue of >.Id'ru..&. I ,
,and the most profitable. amounts "ofpi year. Hotel Ktsulmmee as seon as be msctlo-i 5..111 moneys collected to pay the VALDOSTA, QA.. _ _ -" ,
apt food to apply In order to pro can make the necessary arrangements.NARCOO94EE. 'Intereat upon, or for. alokinv fund for laidbonded .

duce the largest quantity consistent. ' oebt bali be paid over br the Marshal ,
Devoured fey Worrna. and Tax Collervir to the aM Trustees. and tbe '
withlne, highest' quality., of fruit ; :< *, old Trustees' shall pa..out of the fund ao iwrved BoilerS
The present method of fertilizing the Children often cry not fro n pain .. the annual lutemt on..ald bonda, and Write for Bargain List 'Engtnes,- a.
but from hunger although fed abun N' on the generalp .bafllo.esilherwidoeln.ood..eurlttw( I to beheld '
orange Is the. result of m.n11ear. of dantly.. The entire trouble. arises ""pertty.tof' the State,. pearly all ae an accumulation fund for the rebmop and Saw Mills.. :lIt kinds and sizes. 'W&buy'sell
and Ia. to aconlderabl .
practical experience tloo of laid bond at matnrity.Section
.. extent, satisfactory.' Some from Inanition. their food is not ate. vacant places .re, occupied by pew i. In..... of the death or rMl.lOD. .... and trade new and secondhand machinery
definitely settled. stmllsted, but devoured by worms.A .' comers who will become permanent \ or removal for oauaivof any o' the laid ;
points have. been few doses of White's Cream Vermifuge citizens* ., 1" Trustees th. Connrll Shall All tbe vacancy of kin. Wo manufacture Columns
of organic .. every ( :- ,
effect
such as the Injurious The old.Stogden place has. been cUon6 All onlluanof-a or pane of or : . .
limited will cause them to cease cry In coafllot herewith ..., and,the acme
In ".no. _
very
nitrogen and except also chlorides ',on the I Ing and begs :o thrive' at once ."1'1mu'h purchased by M. D. Tindall who wil are hereby rvpealcdK Unties, Ventilators and all kinds of castings.'OURPRICES :
mounts, the surprise and joy of the, soon make .It ODe of. the fittest; Jn theOurdlstrietschool .ad a flr.1 Mnd >eeo-nrtnireTaoirpaa| 'ed' In 10' __
.. These points to
the'"fruit D.
quality of onea anatlon this otb day of ovpUrmbrr, A. '
be left of the. plan of the: mother. Sold by Thomason ,A Hob village. IWI6 ;'
out
then can ....on. 'i 10'' opened lltb InsU, t,tat! .,. W. L. VAN DCZORw : sr'LL YOU. l.k (; ''. 7f
es rlments of Georgia.rho Prealdenl Council.ttteeti WIljIL :: ..
In hsrge of Miss Young .,
It would perhaps have been' prefers.able. - . - _- V-jy .2
her aimable manners
have started already by I. R. II.BERT. JR.; thta when wrltlM. fur UM. o oetII x'v
In some respects, to Plot Increasing the potash ). has won the regard of her scholars dirk of the To"o..r Klailmmee Cfty. jrMeoUoo. paper \
such an experiment on a, trove newlyet Plot Increasing the phosphoricacid and their parents. The Nareooisee. Approved. this etb d.y of 1M'mber." A. I1VU6. . x

out; where oondltlwbs could have t.' '. school house is s One one a credit to w. ADJR"OLD' ._.. .___ ___ -1.
jr. :
been controlled' from the beginning Plot Increasing. the phosphoricacid villageln.the State.. TJ.llround.; the .
Clt
any Mayor Town of Ktaalmnwc ;,
but In order t6 save the four or five iPlot ." are neatly. kept. aDd ,the school is well 'r . \ ""
years necessary,.to bring such a new Increasing the nitrogen i, supplied with maps and >be best modern .

grove Into bearing, oDe has. been selected Plot Increasing. the nitrogen i. desks and furniture, ,The colored AN ORDINANCE., ": ""OSCEOLA PHARMACY
whloh'answe.rptbe condition ot the. '., :
phosphoric
Plot Increasing school in cbargS or Mrs. Smith who 'j.i
.. .the experiment 1.lrl-.n. For this acid 1 and potash>> ft. quite competent as. a teacher. AuthorUIni The Southern Bell Tel.pbone. ai,..d 1 ., .
secured....b.gl'O'o seems :..,to the public atreets ol U.
.. purpose, be Station .has- Plot Increasing tbeLpbospborlcsaid ,She' school hours U lFiaph t Ua :8. ,
proposesafter '
and co-operation of Mr. J W. I and potash t. give Instruction in music, both vocal. Town of Klaiinmee. City;Flotlda.'toe U. : ''J *-i.
This has. of, placing poles sod electrical GOUt TJ.
Oliver, of Klsshnraee. grove Plot Increasing the. .phosphoricacid and InstrumentaL purpose "
11',!
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;
been more or less neglected In the past } and potash t> ,., The orangeorobard of Hon; Ov'' F. ductora thervoB* S . , safe whin<,' . '
(before It ca-ne Into the present o wooer's SOURCES Or NITROGEN.:: Krlbbs shows how rabidly an old and Station t. Be U Ordained bv the Couatdthe i l ' You. are yaiKa.i yourBJPrescriptteRe ;.
thipjirtnleiioB
KlMlmnice rlorlda, .
handsand yet Is composed ol Plot 13 receives It*. pUrotftO as nitrate apparently. worthless grove can be put Town of be and Uw .. CltI......., .'.a.... . I' ." i ftttasl. Hy"m. ,"H s; '

young* healthy trees, a larger p..01 of soda. ': In good conditions( ,A few" .'...... ago to I'be Houtbera Bell Telephone and T.ler"'pbCo. ,.j.. , ; "'..: -
which ilave begun to bear fruit. The: Plot 14 receives Its nitrogen. } nltrate it' .was an unsightly Abject, to< be ., lie 00__HUM and of tulopbone a.el&n. to and erect Celanraplincluding ,op.ral., j '. 't '.-',mi.i*V ; a P"Vfnv ,VD OT;VQwa...Uv ">3

'soil Is a rather poor averaged one, on of soda, i sulphate of ammonia. avoided showing vlaitorathe Tillage and njUntaJu the neceeeary poise. /Ixlurei an: , ;'cautious! and accurate in this work;;
'which the effect, of the fertlltzers applied Plot 16 receive its nitrogen driedblood but through carefulIntelligentattention electrical oondnrtore and t..fOWD :
.11rbthw.r. beoauae.we realize! the danger : a
can be more readily determined sulphate of ammonola.Plot .. ' is today one' of our chow of pabllu KUelmmee roads streets, Florida,. aa Ita bualoean of ma" i7' : crave 5'Quick' ;i ....
than on a naturally richer soil or one 10 receives Its nltregen } driedblood places. Few, 'orchards;la Florida. caD from time .o tin require, for the purpoMcdotnf ,, ''envolved, in' a Pharmacist's

'which has. bad previous. liberal' fertll- I sulphate. ammonia\ ,' t.ai. surpass this, one.. Mr. Krlbbs' has secured all rotes a.lone aha.''dl.) be"seas_ and... l1.e&rlool.." provided Ifn'laat. carelessness. ,Ofve( us a call, aod, '.

.
Ix.A.ihe ,I. nitrate! of soda.PJot : a fine tract of land adjoining Tided farther, tbat this ordinance ahall not bit .
Statlpo. destiei' to secure the 17 receives Us nitrogen aa bone his orchard which I bear ii to__be_.planted . . eoratroed. conferring franchise to erect fir "' felir.) send. us your prescriptions/( : ',
.. ry
Interest. and suggestion of those Interested SOURCES Or PHOSPHORIC ACID., In peaches., operate a local tblarbous .ltob. . &ado. "" iff
In growing, ,a plan ofIbe ; receives Its Mid ..,.,aI telephone bo. neaa. .
orange .Plot 18 phospborto. Mr. and Mrs. 'BIiJertore now fully Section That the work of erecting pole. Day'or\Nlgbt $
experiment .Is 4 r r Outlined. I desire 1 a. acid phosphate. settled in their home,..and consideringthe by virtue of thll Ordlnauoe shall be clone uud, '

here to acknowledge lobe courtesy Plot. 19 receives Its phosphoric acid question of bow to get their largeorop'of the supervision of the Mireet UoinmltMe, .ad> ,l. THE .LEADING DRUGSTORE, rr ,#, wq
and willingness to give their experience as' acid phosphate wlt.b'Jow grade sulphate oranges packed. and placed To lb. said. SootherabeU I't'p\ea'.D lecepbo.e ,and relaany Ten,- . ,

which watt extended to me by potash and nitrate of soda., market. The crop;j this year on this. graph aldewalk Co., ahall or aireel thai bay properly n* dl.plai."< "

numerous growerso plDn1all..beeJrperlment. Plot 20'receive. .its phosphoric. . acid grove larger titan tree and If pricesare by reaaoa of the erwnonof. such pole.,.am. .
failure of the Company to do .Iter.t""t"
the
mOder..te'lonuneto
.. steamed bone. upon
fair will bring a do notlue In writing. ahall hare beeiflvenby
The grove selected 1 contains about .Plot 21 receives phosphoric acid the owner; tfy" careful selection the Mayor of the ;Town of Klxlmm.ii. . . '
1.000 trees eod'bas been divided lOlo dissolved bone. *- and excellent picking> 'the fruit from .. to said Cumpaiiy the. "' ..alD"r: <<> IroO ( n

44 plot of Itt trees. each with a row of I' Plot 22 receives.Its phosphoric acid hls grove has a-eae'reputation'lb the repair. auon have po been thin of disturbed Ibe .laenralk bv acid cr.Com.treeth THEPalmetto e-t'

tree between. each plpt in both dlrae I aa slag. '. . .. northern market and oooanlanda atop Paul t may, and collect the cost from said Company. -' i
tlons, t.bl.l.ttel' precaution. being necessary Plot 23 receives !Its phosphoric acid price.. .....,,110. ...in loualilerallon ol the rights aM1I

on account of the distance. a* slag with low' grade salpate. of. potash . It Is a matter of great,regret .to all .rl.II"demand.. barela pxivlde grated on.aald eroe Company arm on steal eaol
which the feeding roots. of the orange and nitrate. of soda, -. our citizens. Jtnst, Capt. Fracure and spun which the luwu of KlulmmeeClty. ; Piano fClnb.n,
extend. With plots of this site It,-. I 1. Plot 24 receives its phosphoric avoid. his family will .remone e&r11,11D Octo Iriorida, may drain to attach cither Ore alarm.. ,

considered t..at better averageresults. and nitrogen. as cotton seed meal. ber.. This move.Istnade necessary bya telegraph of or the pollua police', telegraph pod lire alarm wine telftr.plliatemoltho I for tbi= .' , :. ,

can be obtained than. by_ ezperlmPDLet. Plot 25 receives Its phosphoric acid change; In the train 'service I but flee nee 'I own of ICIaalmmee City, ClorldaMention ,
-
; V InaQO single ''trees.: Nearly everyplot ,and; nitrogen, castor pomade, 'I.t voice the sentiment of this, commuQIwb.o.l 4 Bald Company ahall at all tlmei "
contains trees that are now bear Plot 26 receives Peruvian. guano and say that his wife and children "be lublvcl which to tbe,Town hereafter Ordinances be paaaed now lu rela exliteuev ''B r joining our Piano 'Club you will be b' to' get al'

IIK.I well as. those that. wtll bear. to a : &low grade phosphate of potash; have added greatly to the.. social. features live to the or use of the may publtoureela. by tulophoui. >
year or two and many of. the plot 8QOBCKS!: OF J'O't ASH. of the vlll ger\ and telrgraph companleaUectlon payment-'of,
or more grape fruit,; yet, Plot 27 receives its; potash low . school 6 Bald Companv shell Indemnlf;' ' : ( ,
contain one >. as Oq account of- our excellent u..Town'o/IU..lmto-;Ity, Florida. a..lnetud .: $10.00 down and( 'membership duet of $e.00 per'
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taken' a whole, the plow are, quite. grade sulphate potash. advantages, MI''Oliver ,Bass baa set > ...om..U llabillilen for dainair.( a whlcl free to 1 .
even.' Each tree Inthe plot' 1 I. numbered Plot 28 receives its. potash as low tied bill..mU.1ln the cottage fomerly ....r arlie or accrue to the Town of Klailmmeii month without, interest Piano delivered
and the amount of 1 rt.lllle..pplied with acid: .i ,. Florida,"Irom any Injury to, peraonaoi .
grade sulphate phosphate. occupied by M' Tyndal. It Is understood from the doing of work Hereintuthorlaea. nearest depot as noon as the,first Ten Dollars Is paid.MMOTHHMHMH..1 -::
,
will be regulated seoordintoIts Plot 29 receives Its potash. kai nit. that Mr M. Hearn will also property .or tbe neglect of acid Company 01my l' ;

size and. condition except thatevery Plot 30 receives. Its potash as tobacco send his family. here to remain.all of Ita employee to comply) with any orlluauce
: U
non-bearing tree will receive the stems. *:t.; relative to, the uae of. theatre.uol
winter. b,
'stole fertilizer for lobe'presentuntil' It .Plot 31 receives. ''Jts potash. .as wood Mr. George Peters for many yearsaleading '[ate he Comp.i.y town of.DeI..lhl.'Ordinance the a cejiUnoe.Shall b*anutrnemei F'
'come into bearing. 'TnlS> fertilizer. ashes" .' .r- *. tobacco grower In Wisconsin, t by It to pay to lb. Town of KTIaala rToiritroquce

',analyses about ,AMOUNT. TO'A I PLY ANtf FFBQT. .or has, arranged to .e.. tract of land ; mee,blob City.Ibe town Florida may, any become Sam liable of money Iron or foi bj Advantage of club plan : ,
Nitrogen' . .. . .4.b per cent. " BXCESfl.: fronting on Lake Hendon for growingthis .scion.. of such Injury. ; ,
,PbospborUr acid. 7.0 per cent.; joined latelby Beclton a said Company' shall\ file with thflerk < .r.. ";" -
1 receives' He will be ;
.j. Potash. . . .. . ..6.0peroeot.. plot 32 31 receives <201 401bs.b pea'per year.year.Plot .' two of crop.his brottoes and, a crop put in Florida oi the Council, Ita accaotauoeof of the Town tbla of KfmimmNItv OrdinanotItuluW and ,get, this Piarfo before the' I
10 :boxes ;
or
Bearing treeS yieldlnjng basis theequlvalentof Plot 33 receives 01 bs. per year.. next season:' Such men will' be. welcomed do, from data when. It.bail Uk. publi&t.wewTU,; forma club of.ONE HUNDRED',
leas will a **
receive as Floridlans. ./1'..., ', "
.' 20 Jb/ .;. a year of .a fertiliser. : Plot MISCELLANEOUS 34: receives!: OUlbs.QUESTIONS.Plot per: year. (.; "A* an by evidence all of Increase In population md IouUo.7.eflect for nil a term ordlnauce-of thirty.helZb.
: Da1sI0ar-- : .- 35 receives the standard. with' 'a It Is found that our large andoommodlous :he date. when It shall asks effect, and Itahalijertaln '- a\ the wholesale'> price. !The.Club is limited! to'
.. .4 pel'.cent. .
J' Nitrogen . .. . .. school Is hardly nufflclent be sub act b all&bo' terms and OndlU"no of
,Phosphoric ,8 per cent;. cover crop.,, .1. -t. of scholastic Ib..A \ 0' LeaI.I.WN 0' Flurids .nttl.d'to One Hundred and all inatjtiments will,'soon"go,
;
children .
.S.12 Plo',36 receives" the atandardwith, a to accommodate. the Ae'to Prohibit tb.Ora.ting b.IIDalolpeilUft .A-.. ___, i ir +
Potash. . . percent.Riven
: .r 'oover crop decreasing nitrogen |. age Its now up, to the. trustees. 01 Francbtseaor" rzbwto. use the streets for
In, three applications, namely, and room. exoeedlna thirty nnnnnnntvnnnnnnnnHBnnnnl
seats
|
Plot 37 receivesthe standard withlime. provide more wlrohr0usiyree.term
nor the rtthtaJ
In Oo-
one-fourth one-fourth date directtelephone ((30)) yeara.
'
10'.JUDil : 'We will b..t.. anearly uofi term to pup
the enplrMonol
.od suet
tuber' and in February. A* Plot 39 receives the standard,.with communication with your eb... the propert, > ueed under the said fraIhlM .' : }
the yield increases, the amount will heavy mulching' of trees' _- .olty.. ' We trust t.be" company constructing . or rlaht. .nd, approved June and sod paaiedrnpenaefalon 5550.awd The l Palmetto .Piano
time
Increased.. necessary bias and aecoad
It was first wardeu. 101'their a
Plot 39 receives the,standard. In twoapplications. it will be.amply.. this Mh dat ol September.A. D. : ryx
by >
establish standard
basis ; .
a or / investment., ; 'y'NAacoos3ES . ,
which to Judge the effects of" the different decided -- plot receives the ..t.andand wtth . ,, Wiriest(. J w., U VAS DUtOLPre.tdeut of(;ouDoiL.al" :seta an Instrument that, has been manufactured in
fertllicers.
finally 0(
this, was. the June and ', .
as follows: .;' most. of the po.b.lo. LETTER TO SVPT; ,.. J. SEARS, .. .&oiL'JKRt.jR.: erA : ".* ' s' our'own factoriee'with'some'' special features tha I
October-applications.
Nitrogen per cent a* sulphate. of ', V KISSIMMEB. FLA.f': terk of Town of.Kiutmms.City.. ," conditions thUr| ' '
Phl l receives tta potash i. :as low, ; '. e.rtlfy tkatthiibove will make It stand the climatic of,, L
ammonia. .
be Rot Ollbe-t. Jr bereby .
Dear. Sir Pat' more for Devoe; 1,1. : .......
4 as high; trade, and eorrart ooprof an
'..Phosphoric acid//ft per cent. .a* d, I.. Plot 42 receives Its ,potash ;.as. oar* flail to. It Is full-measure and honest.' la true r.r.tb" eo."I1... tl..fifti :State. better. 'than any Piano .ever'' p."manufactured.. .
solved bone ci "
black. 'of potash.magnesla.'y< Paint'is a watch-dog. How would Kirimuw\ y .d., ".Id on

.J'Ot.b. lZ Pp cent:" a :high' grade'soHphaus : bpnaie Plot 43 receives... potash. and altrogsn I. rou like watchdog that wouldn't. lay"f B.plemb.y. A,. DM 6. K*O1IJERT'JR.t. .
of. ootasbtf vstoh from two to five o'clock 'In the oCoaaeiLpproved ,
nitrate of Potash. Clerk
*f5e fl.rmt question was the limit of I as the standard ,with morning That's .ebort-meature. this a....emhwdth,1NML' ,. ..: ,.'
profit! of each Ingredient and ',, 11 Plot 44 receives. "" J. W.. 4J&Jt1fO..... j
plot! ; How' would ,yen like : a, watchdog "SA"I The Cable i Company; ,
to 12 are devoted- to' ,thtsq. .receivingrespectively -. . .alt.After, the experiment has been- In operation feat had a way" : of wagging"' his tall. atv ,,,;; JlOfor.J .J
; The
sufficiently. long to establish burglar Thst's false pilot ,
S01.1! :??*standardu given above. aurfflae rain sod snow ; T'o .stove Wood.Store".. '* .
the effect. of the fertilizerapplied on .. .. : I: 1.0. '!".J.-cABdle'.F1a.- s
; Plot 2-Depress' : g.a11' --.,.;Ingredlenuionehalf. !, the qu..m'of fce fruit.this point>> will GiM'y'\thename- -Dee -lead-and..* v We fuinI.b. Wood delly, : ','- '' .. .....CHAS...."", 'JMgry, .; , .::"" _. .U' J. ...;,..."....... l. .w4
lino Yours \ Jet .. .,
Plot 8-JDcr4..toW ;all'jikredlenLsonehalf. ; t : be controlled by('tree laboratory will be noted tests. ; ,,'*..trulyDi. : ..:KC9' rod to any part of town at: aloe Per .' + .. .:,tHlND JOaN CATAtOOI1.fil. .. ;....,n. ..' ; .v -
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of ;. .
.. "', : The yield (1 ... ..ro :Jlevr York It &nd."' II}VWARD' :LUUBKS Co.l .*\

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LESSOKSBAT,- orTwi' 'R.; .-f JN THE'" PUBLIC EYE.- : A' U.tcli.lot.tVb.H19 ..,'wJAL' .nil._-THY Loit.M.rrled BRIDL. For )loner ,NM r



> .. o .. Commissioner of Corporations! James

II, Oarfleld told this.story at-n dinner '

1 4lRtER; riTEHIPS! ND-' MORE LO GRANGE . .' In Topeka, n'propos of disappointments bachelor : .! t,
,
J.x . . There was a certala-crusty-old
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"GWS 'ONE' OFTHEM. -- '1-;.. . who* land employed for seventeen ,
Jj. "
JearAlt faithful cook. Thlefook\ bad 4ra
0 ': '..0;':...._1 .:.l: Ntp....__ ::.. _ _ _ "-::: Her
'ar. ---Owtr O -- g -- - o e r red! hair, tr'l'kll"'lIntl" cross eyes
..--v... ...-. __ > ... :: ::: : ' ,
r. tl't'tIwl.'n singularly even and) ,white fH."n..hl.
.. c.QjsV' ::110NG (b." sunny surprises Had 'to some other post on the' snip Imt. then.den' to.: one, her teeth" were. !I.R la Think AbuHt..OMU ... .

4 ) War Is the and Immediately Attached to the steer. .. false, for Him, jvas not llk'6ly to have. '. I F thorn Is any one clns of

u A'ottheJftpRnUIt 0 filet that It Is likely to produce lOll gear wiring. t real teeth of such benuty. Her" ,. /S few ehul"a In This' o T a oueclal J favor at the hanlli'if :
but
_ duplication (pii'rts might well ; was forty-seven./ !
+ *
.Government. jtAla
'wo. uaval construction. So, tru e be carried 'out with regard to otb..rI'll"m4'nta Though, .nn adept' with the. saucepan, "" of the. ,
1 I' (this that'the results finny womn 'wow'" {he'AgrlcUUtJral class, or':
of control and direction, such, nud the roll\1!\ l pin! (this faithful[ '
1)0) taken asn triumphant vindication for Instance, as. the rtri'iJ1G' ; finders. Both n'could not read. Therefore IIbe got strictly ,speaking the fur.

k .of the tllt'Grl"\lpo": which the uavlei vertical lI.od.borlzolltft.. . range. lines her employer" to>' 'Irnnsact ttll'JIr' "ltl mersiNo) class 'of people lids ever

of (the world have been built np. should be established on every, ship ,fairs, for her. :She had n bunk ncouii done so- much for the United State a*

vyiien the full'technical story of the and 'nior than one on'' each, if pofslble, 5 :' <- of abovit $10< that hekiu i>:nxfil. I the\ farmln I \ 'poopte., . The farmers_

,; strngglo, cornea to written. and the ThlS'"I.-i'e 'ldprC't.I.npNR"ary by, thb fact / ;__ I Ode, tiny the" eodk Paid lhnt.Ahe wantedto 'tamed\ the'coutlnenj from a wilderness-

'v! facts t-eRnrdliin the behavior of the -vitt"material that the tendency .comtpon In this .C withdraw all her'anvlnga" from the' and mii.de v"icountry'the very garden

I have been col1pct,- "lid t bIPIIJ'Q1Iw' war,,overshoot, has resulted( In the .. -I.- : : I." bank. Her employer wits aulIEI.: ... of the world, annually furnishing!

F deducted' t therefromf .val-con-. ftghtlng: top.or. platforms-ou. I "It has taken\; you nine years tojwve about, seventy pcrr!' 'ntof our nafldnal ,t

.trutorl'wlll'! doubt see where. they the vertical tang finder are establlshed that money;;' InriwM.yhy Uojrouwl exports( J 1Lt.r"II.| egt.tojw-hat they hay*

Pin improve'" on existing* ;;.-ns; but it being'.swept by a storm of shell. ..h to4h wjt out?" done for the c.:1)\'l'rllmI"IICtbC'y.n..oo: .
la sate to toy; that the Improvement To preserve the'Integrity of the rung "BecaiiMTsir." replied" tlll' ,ook. "Ji' tnlghtd juii" herald; In respect to what they deserve
'1 will In modification of minor j. of "lb. at the hands of the Government'every !
> coiulit a finding apparatus should be" one of the !> T dreamed the!> iilmber
pharncter.! Alr..tu7.thl!' fact I III retoghlied naval constructor'' very first endeavors. \tlt"'e, new lottery. ft was u million !(Iiid'oiw. iiqlrlotle! cltlsen. in public a*. ,I i

that tl... ,pr l'Dt.dl.trlbutloD of .. \ I ani convliici-d that It l Is 'the. wliuilug well -private life*; should be their
l'f'' Ibe total displacement\ : of a navy among Finally, :as. a privnnllon against: the t a : number 1\11111 am going to ploy It.''- advocate.The. farmer of the United :

c battleships, nriuored crulnori\ protected formidable' menace .of mines" and the : ? The bachelor. laughed: l at the cook( '* States I t -patient and determined" have

..F cruisers, or scouts and torpedo boat less formidable>nal'e of the torpedo,- dream." He tailed her II 8np"I'IIWlolIl& mndtcno denoaltlbough bearing the .;.

:- IB about the best that can be made, and, .something: must certainly!! be 'done! to 7T numbskull.\; H1 ndjurod her nor to" heaviest b'uiilens of lIre| since the Republic '

". t Iin t-.acb7type-ot"ll'l ltrndfdllAbir: :, Inol'ja; uljy, protect tbuflotation! dr ttte( ; waste her money on d But thee was Instituted The time. tans' :

adapted to the. particular 'work. which It warship! The Germans helve taken up) Jtb.uwJDIlh"r'hit fade teeth In come when they- must have/ relief.Un .
has to do She took der lllghway conditions 'most,, t \
this problem already\: and are out with-1 an obstinate umlle, persisted. present ;
Tlil's'result bee the:'twofold-: effect of A design for, a' double-double bottom 'her money-out of Ibo bank.. She risked everywhere the'American farmer'I I.

strengthening/ the confidence1: th- one w tulh tbs other.. The!' idea Is a J : .- MAYOR WKAVEK. 0'.., PHILADELPHIA'; It' all Inn full r-hance> oa a1 mlUlon.. and practically Imprisoned at home through
I4: nnvivl 1 ,Architect In Ills.work. and of good one. did It not make such Inroads A "snapshot1" one. *ut least. the half of each year That
taken
during, an automobile" rhle. "
a giving: flat rebuke!, .to the'thousimd- on the.dl pI4co..ml'nt. It will be neceaessarjr I Inror"c'R.r' sensational.attack : Thereafter" the bachelor 'often Joked Unit\ \ of (the year la the time when he'
onthe '
r nilone gas lease "gang" has| attracted the attention of the entire often best" fjMired front- the farm
naval crankr"who decry the to adopt the double bottom, or her\ over her" footl.ine$5tIt"e' . could be
.
big bRlt efllhllJ. and cruiser 00.1'telt.1j, go./ lu'for a greater subdivision of com countrg.SLIDES nsked- her It she dM\ tin t regrat -the mil when with -good! roads, he could

that the torpedo boat And the sub" partments. tore numerous compartments I Jeopardy she! hud put her jnoney In. I nmrkct: ills }iirodin-ts at n )profit Jot

marine' ,ere destined to revolutionise would Involve enormous Inconvenience I DISPENSED'ltH't A SIMPLE TENT. :-tlte world frown, blush blink her cross lilt toll. Now:.; \- however, ho must leave '

I, ;navel !con.trucllonni>d sweep our big Jn the working of th> ship, \: -- **... eyesnnd leave .the room In sllenw.\ I tin- farm In mimmor or early r.1I1"tbe "
l\ow-PrCl6coUn.
.; .' ililpiT;from the high eenAs' a matter and would be costly In dinpl>ICenlent.' Apparatus Kor A tent can be made by children very New Imagine. thin. '11a0145' nninzeinentwhen I only time 'when: the roads are passable .

,i ,, of fact, :naval construction Is a proicsi\'; However measnrrs of some( klnd"'wlll I luslraing Kertuna.A fflsll.v and 'lulC'kly'lIbollt] outside lielp., one morning a few. weeks later, --In m.-irUet his products.? and tlienalnM.v -

111 ", not of ftpftiruodle revolution, but of have to be taken. ,for-the very" 'first new form of lantern has '" Get three old *heet<< or IIhnwl,. a rope he!' rend In his. lIowIII'lIj.r-11I. thoM on it C'OnI''II"II''II1I1\Jt..t: \ : or take
constant node Its nppPnrducP, which ii lid some safety pin.., and follow tills nlll-{ ,
j t steady and evolution. By the deslderntum In a Off'atliiff, ship It that ( days the loltiy wrs IcKrtl-tliat a tilt
strict law of the lurv vtll.of the fittest" she- shall float.( r. J| markedly) both In lu, optical J picture :and dcurrlptlon: lou and one had taken the. Brand prize .

her the battleship' grown to Itrpresenthuge1 ".1t( cnn readily I be sefn that the modi- {I and In the i-eHiiltg attained: trolU, Tie the rope bViwwn\ : two trees no | of $1: ll.CMI.) . I JIt'sn. wears out the man coil .':1 tit 'nn -.

-' proporllontr-and\ taken Its pnceft ftc.tlonll.ftho\'e JnC'ntlouC't.llllll Imply an I ordinary projecting apparatus' that you tuny walk under It without I The ,,".'heIorVii.. not rich.\ Such a. I the r\ullnt\ lila swent.. The I{on( roadsHi'iiKon

t ft* the secure foundation upon which : Increase In weight and sfze." Battle the lecturer Is ncciutouied to Huu-l.in your lu'ad. Throw a sliret or I I'MiiK-a' $1.0.1,1-1) meant 'a great den! t-> fur tli" .merlin farmer is the

the wfiole structure of the navy lit chip's, we- venture to say, will' In the I Limited. us It IK. to the utilization !shawl'over: Ih Tie four strings its long 'I'hlm. Furtlwrtimre. he kitew that his very hen. : son.when. |tJ"! whole Mine and ,
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built upi' future, grow larger not less. and they slide} out), the ordinary{ lantern L a' faithful cook had' 1 long; loved hlui 'afar I n.tlcnilon should lie given to his Tnriu_

-In ,the matter of details however, will'u tIff'lItlonnbly continue to be the ders It Impossible to use dlret'tly olT.'nt) she could. not rend. She I 11111'1'111111I-| \ ; > : It Is I the crop season whlcli

i r. !, r .there-will be changes' Thefleet- nctloa most! numerous and Important' type!' 1 lustration! from books, GkeU-ueH.s| knew nothing, of bee, wonderful furI I waits finno limn and whlclinealeot.

$ of August 10 wa* carried on; from the among the blps of the navy of the inums and lUo.h IlL Photographs r I tune.j eil. th.iws it up to tlif, liiau Ix-bliul
opening* of the battle shortly after future.-Scientific American. [I these \'l1rlollll'objl''tll must drat He summoned hrr.. Then. and there the plow. "'p nil .know what that

1'' I noon until 3 o'clock. At A range which ; : 'made, and from I the negative. a he proposed! marrliiKe. **1I1' accept.il ui vurs. With"oil( rand the farmer

a @r 'was never t less' than six miles. In the A JAP OFFICER'S LETTER. 'iahowlE I! slide! ropnriHl. Kveu: I though ihe. :, him. TJiat day! Ih'"''**' two became one.I could do |IH! town !going In rain or "

ff second phase of the Engagement the )-- lull III" slide may be sharp unit , I As" they *|>eil lAmewnrd l: from their. : snow, or when tlio ground is too wet ,
battlereopened At o range of four the Spirit. of eb. Plaehy Flabter.of In every d..t8lIt\ still prenonts G 1M r ''l\lIlWnIlIlOIl. I the man l.Mikiuu! Indul- I to plow ; with bad: road, as Iliey are'now. ;

c ; miles, and the distance between the th- Csyit.; defect! of presenting Its subject In ;! -eiitly III t his )iot young wife mil.l: : n'" limy have been from IllI' !!'- Iliinlni **-
: ships WAS not reduced to two' miles A Japanese gentleman sends': us the black and white tones .Attempt "U)' the way t wnnt you t In l".t me ;: :; anil n tbey will\ lx UiitH the

", (which, was hlthl"rto''UlPORI'd to be following translation: of a letter redelved .. I coloring although sometime S.- ,I! Ii-.. that lottery ticket: that we so often <;<>vi>riiiii
[; the' probable battle range) until about l>.t'. him a week ago, from a ful, are often the cause of many -, I! tt'rnnslod over." I' Its aid n*<' iiKKestci,| In. theHmwntow'ljilliner -

:y an hour before the," clone of the flsht.; friend In command of n IInt-
Now, At distances of from four,to nine polo boat In Admiral Togo's fleet: The apparatus which we are about I bride{ tin III simply. "Von Inunhed and the ;Kniit. nntlunnl uITi-rrr.. It bus liroacal.iil.ited ''
7 1 "Denr O.-A thousand apologies for describe, and which has been yourself to each corner of the sheet It la.t w"4'k tthelmtchcr. < :
'old
miles, lit which lut-oll flied range, according r JokM about It so I : \VT fie IlejiarttaeJif Ag 4
to Captain von Essen (the bat my lengthy" alienee. We have been nnd I /Introduced by Philadelphia terse( on each corner). On' the other Pad ." I'liltadelphta Eveulng rlcultnre tlmt every tints th? KIIII sets

tie opened., only 1 -'lnch and 12-luclt are still busy, busy preparing'a royal I makers, projects on a screen not of.each. string' tie a pointed atlck. nlllll"lI" } the bud, ro.nl. of the :-Unlto-l States EI EIS

; l guns can .be used to all,. effect.! Moreover .reception" for-the guests from Baltic. I the image of a lantern slide", but Drive these sticks Into the ground as cOllI. III.. American farmers $t,5XI.:;
fi ? i the-ereater; the range the greater .."When'!' we' of Sulraldau (Torpedo fleets as well pictures In-boolcs, far from the rope as ;you can. The WORDS OF WISDOM: These sire ilov.ernment figures. How (' .

.1 advantage to th:> expert gunners; Corps) meet a..Iorewe! tllRI'II"S'anet I mens of insects, or other natural >> sheet will now make .:001root.. Two I on selflsb-. any pnbllC coal run r.efuse: to support

and hence It will be found that In the often wonder if after' all the Russians I jests. mechanical models and the more sheets are now used for the sides I When the ontitle threshold.pened . legislation, Ibatvlll stop this dreadful

future the teode-0C'1'wlIJ be to discard will ,come of will they fall us. Do and -this all in the natural colors of the tent. Each sheet make au cud I .n?"s love dies drain 1111II''"''" the understMidlnc:: of the

In'our battleships,, and to A less extent they know that we are ready} To the objects... The lecturer Is thus a lid 'olle side. Ito that assigned! t.. you.and )'oll.rnn. average mind. Can the imtlonal' conscience J

'"{' s1 'perhaps In our "cruisers,' any !gins below northwest )lie* the harbor of Masampho abled to make use of the countless Use safefy' pint t.. pin up these .111..... not hope too ujueh or dace too much. and the national thought bepnirovcd

a calibre of say; U2S: Inches. .AN to'south that of Sasebo whole; :Mojlla i Jitstratlonrla magazines and books, The!' bole at each. end of the tint under ""'0 are never beneath hope" while nt race> with such a condition 'tt

reedy Indeed, KngMnA Is building two on our east, and here we are waiting, an Innumerable aeries of color! I, the roof la neceJiiary to keep It cool above bell: nor' above hope, while V..* Are' .11(' people. themselves "t

battleships .which; carry; 0.2 guns In waiting' and waiting, for the' enemy- sketches pbotoCr.pl?....nd of / and comfortable._ Most tents are very I nealh heaven.! asleep to their own material salvation

place"ofJ1nchjruns. ,-secondarySr -Will"1f J youiio>enevet not C'Ome'- hear from me' wlJ1Jrt_models. _Jhajtjjnjajbjshownn. ; . 1 _! () 'stuffy- and hot. butJhU- .- tent. Is as side.'I It I cannot succeed In doing anything"myself.7t How long can. this sapping sap: v
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batteryArmor - will nor'grndgoranother'thedoing -pltiir; of and farnvvlt Ilty
It of good quality, bas proved a meeting ha* takenplace, take this a* .. i of something noble.-Eplctetus. .1:0011 before!' the American farm borne; w wIs

Wonderfully efficient, and a* far a* wean my farewell. I do not' expeetto see p ,' .' There thing.wlll ,warm'np the destroyed! And bow long, pray; ,
in this life . Is one
yoy tarn except perhapsIn ', ,
,l*.rn the cases!' of penetration of ; "" who preaches" In an Ice box, and tell.'can.tbe Republic' stand after tbe
t armor are very few, Probablywe your dreams. When my. boat goes ....11 :' 1""". .man people looking fora more destruction "of ? the American farm .
down,,1 shall too and Russian 1'\' that lotto use
a
go '
ball see In the future a disposition, to ;tfl, i.. '. cibpate.-hIehry'F. Cope. In CMcago Louse?
genial
ship with \ IrfJ.ol.
reduce<< the thickness of the armor and us. ,," '. W..: hope to see the. suggested good '
,Tit takes her weight In shells to :- : Tribune. _ \
utilize the weight thus saved by In- legislation' (o through Congress"the
sink a torpedo boat-If a.mdrvelous bowtbey Miserable |thou art. whosoever thou coming winter If the
pressing the Armament. Or. It that -It will. peeo
'M not. done, the armor will be extended the shells, do not bit. art or whithersoever thou turne d. nn- Pie get together and demand'It. Let ',_
"I 'have .seen,. not one, -bnt rnany r less then turn thyself jl* C<>il. Keep> be 'f
over a wider surface. It would be odd neighborhood and county( meetings
It we should comeback: to the type of torpedo actions and' I know With -Biz thy heart.. free and lifted up to Him. unit everywhere and petition BO for iJf i

the French Dnpny; de Lome!,, built some compartment In' the boat we. ought Thomas a Kempls. ward to Senators and Representative.
to be: able to'cl6 In within twenty Whenever speak, watch yourself; Senator'forSenate Document
fifteen year ago, which was completely you Write to your
clothed wHfi armor ever tbe whole yards of the. target before she ia sank.If Y repentance follows every word wblcbgiaolll..o. 2O4. Talk to ;your neighbor1about i

of tbe topsldes and well down beI6w we hit we shall go down wtth'tbe i'I I I no heart,. Let every thorn it. Urge him to write. Let uf

the water line. A*' a method of pro Rnnslans;' If we.are bit the nusslan* which people sow In thy' road bloomin all get busy for good roads,-Uptowr ,r
(I
''ttectlon to.tbe guns and crews,:turr.t. shall come with u.. for- the last man. the lustre of thy smiles Persian. Weekly. ;

,are preferable ,to, ...casemateTbey. alive will steer-.tb'e spare torpedo In the The great law of afflnlty. which Is 'l
have the objection that they are liable!' water. .What Is life but a dream ofsummer's seen everywhere In nature holds with ..... at.I II...,.. ..1''

'_ t* become jammed by.shell fraginfnts. night Can one"choose more !, the same unalterable. unmeasured The town boards of Oneida County. ,;t
( .
;, bat this could be overcome by .giving glorious. lan exit than to die fighting forone's. .... etas i I I force In the spiritual ;jrorlJ. Kvrryshade N. Y..make the following us'Kestlon: .t
heavier protection !n' tbe wake of'theturntable. own country and for the Emperor I of mind draw Its like, orbs attracted "We would not re"ommendT that every", 1
who Is a ruler-and leader to thenation's
:. ,?* .* by kindred minds. town In this' county have built 'wfth'ln! i iR
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heart?
DOl'1I.not, n \\'ortbtmaD
A''serious: problem that mtl7'. Wf'1I oc- We never know through what divine Its borders a road costing onrtUffaf er-
end his life's chapter obvure for.
ropy the attention of' our aavslconstructor HEW riiOJECTlOX- APP RA.TJJ DOES AWAY' WITH LA 'TER-i- 'I I mysteries of compensation the Great axe J70OO a mile!', as we belle,. each J"
want of opportunity; ? Then let ns
;
up-
r' .Istlie;;' protection of; the 'uptakes bold the honor and the duty of beingJapanese. . &. :; Father of the universe may be.carryingrmrHls town should !govern Itself according.

and smokestacks. X blgl explo: .. By eolng'down"wlth them I,- sublime planj'nnd those thjee to 1 its own local I. conditions, but we ;0'

air shell'' bunting ,frthln| ..n." smokestack we shall In n m..alureopa the'debt" w. on the screen' as well as apparatus factory an arrangement 'as can be I words "God Is love" ought to containto have provided 1 figures show that lio>
:, tears It'*,uuder, giving U the experimenting In chemistry and pb wade*.-Indianapolis .News. every doubting soul the solution of matter whether.- town has a blgb or :
owe for the slaughter of.these poor Innocent .
'appearance: of a bunt steam pipe.: peasants. They too are fighting Ice specimens of plants, tower! I all thlnsts.! :; -:Mis* (uloch. a low assessed valuation. It could under l'"
When this happens It Is Impossible to moths ail in the delicate tints of A 1rI"fer. ---- the loO.UOO.UOO: ( bond Issue, If Its,
maintain/, steam In ':'the ,, boilers: "speed for their' country, so shall Bnshl honor originals., Fritz JllmQ\pl clorl. a butcher In a AvtouoblU Thai Barn Wood. I, own board so ''desired have without, .1 i

!$[ cut down' and the ahlp Is at the and Buiihl., ,, There boat are'destroyers more torpedo than boat the By the use' of leases, dl small .\V..tpro'town., kept his money I The Impossibility of securing the necessary excessive taxation just\ as wide abdr, ,

mercy of her opponent. It Is not tin.likely torpedo and. mirrors the object j III JIInml 'on deposit at the! oae ,bank the town supplies of petroleum or gasoline Just as expensive roads AS'any other!,, t
number of In the of
ships whole fleet
i that tlie practice, which some and reflected on to the screen.> By boasted. While not -very" well versed I make It obligatory! upon the H-l-: towns .In any other part of the State. .

,navies have'' followed of armoring the then Admiral destroy ItoJ tv.n.ky or disables, _and If each of tbe of of Illuminating lens, a cone of In the (Intricacies of banking he Was JI II n' Government, which recently decided ',.If the county and town ceo! devils )I'

base of the smokestack will be widely one from the condenser Is projected 'very proud of the fact t that he pos- I to establish an automobile service methods by which the roads to be built 1llb
enemy's vessels do."Father .
it to
followed and that'lhe'proteetlonwlfbe !" ought, the object, every part being eeaaed'a bank account and never failed In the Congo!: Free State to adopt uld' have an average cost of 94000 .1 1a r
carried ;up to a greater height Togo now az'tI1'h.l.d.w Illuminated. 'The lens js> weed" to 'wrlfejA; check when, be was compelled steam as a motor power. Coat could b* mlle Jastead of $3000 a ,mile, the
'
This will b' *tly on displacement and lk. juletly.to and .fro on the bridge for spreading. the light over to pay out any amount >w- secured la only limited quantities and charge tooths town Tinder the bond Issue -]

will bars a serious'eteet.on! stability, of the Mlkasa.'and keep *Ilence,..jso '.object condenslpi-U-uix a ever' umall. One flay, through some that near the seashore; wood' Was for eocb< mile of highway .built!,

but It will Trobably be done. all will when go well he went Do yon to remember Toklo for thestory tbflr.t portion when ar-ve1'J',brtlll.nt light ml.takebt' drew a check for an therefore the only' logical fuel as. It would be $30 for each mile the first

The torpedo boat-hsi neither"ruined time since the up commeol'm..nt'r special .details 8re.d .Irt'd. When, amount somewhat'hi excess of his balance could be found everywhere. year; and tp tbe county.-the loere..eIn tr
nor lost In reputation by the. war; nt lens la shifted toward the source at the bank.; Next> morning "'U. The wood-burnlnT car weighs a. ton taxes the first year for each mile of rt
this ware Pome
L*' a least In the estimate of navalex *rt..' 'determined public,unharness schoolboy light, tAe rays are dlatrtbutcod over Ham Jones, the collector for the bank and has a capacity ct a ton with a highway would be $JO:andto the. '-!Ji.
It has done .neither more nor less than were to tbe"'bora"l entire object: when the lens led -a came Into the shop where the bUl.cb4'f'waa maximum speed of twelve miles I,.. State It'would be '100., In other .' ,

- ; they expected: ) :It. to. Tp-to the bottle 'Hon of off the his A ahl.-carriage! believe at ,tie and Instiga them-.. toward the object, the beams cond<<, chopping hamburger steak to the hour. Sheet steel wheels with heavy wprds. under" the $50.000,000'' .Dibnd Issue -;; fl: ;:

'ot the Sea of Japan not A jingle be t. 11P'to and concentrate da.the. point '. tune of Ach..< du Lleber Augustln."*. pneumatic tires are used. The Of teen- of the State; county and' town
solves .draw It the gate.of tbImperial
tleship' bad been 1 unk by a torpedo Well < ,Vhllsdelphlaf Record.. which be was very' earnestlywhls't. horsepower engine is Inclosed in a bul could obtain a"road coating .$4000 a! e'M" "
palace. Father Togo JOtwlnd'of ,
')_t.ln'Itdlon; aDd 'we ahall have to his ""_. -* X ./ / let-proof-bonnet, as these vehicles are milt at an Increase In their annual,
andso
this be chief.ofstet
: sent
a avtalt.the arrival'of' .utb"'tl '(Ittlll1. In the carriage, !, while he vftn The> present governors of : ")(1". II mOlE'I8< ot." said Jones, to be -used In transporting troops to tax -levy of $200 which! under' the

to be 'sure that such a thing happened but not recognised to be'quietly 'Minnesota and Oklahoma are : "yon have in overdraft .t the' book keep order In distant part of the State present syitem of payment would call,
t .In Korea Straits. -' > seen editors.. amounting to '''.a3." and areexpected 'to be under fire a't for the expenditure of $4000 In cash.or .-

(The 'steering gear',,1s'' another. "''Yltal,, walking towards band Nljnbasnl In bis.; .with his 9'Ach.. Iss dot tour said Fritz; low times. The water-tank' has a capacity under the bond Issue they could ob- '

point which, the searching ftre.of'tb.. little daughter trick the Will' be At ,nrabamstown7>8outb Africa :' ly. "\.It Mill I;* get my check book. sufficient for a twenty-five! mile trjp.Tfc ( tain a readjusting $8000 a anile for an,
;Japanese has. reached, as. times with play another Russians! uPOn poor unsuspecting pair of ostriches were sold recently Billy and I glf you a check for If- Increase in their tax levies of $''00 in ,.

i disastrous effect.! S>-reml steering, station > when they come? *"* .Vernou Wilder Harpers w...._ raiTlb* Cable.: 'place' of ralflng $3000 In cash aa pro- ,
"I bid you '' raIn farewell. Work,. e ...
'in'thts : November C, 1UO4, the cable which A.
roust be'Installed. connection . / Tided by .the present met bod. ,
work; and .work for the coming - -
: Japan ,
we'' are reminded. of a portable A'a --J"- Ito t'ltt.A' .H.r v....! connect; Valdfx and Sltka Alaska "Under the bond Issue eacb town lends.county '
fellows I
|K electric steering wheel which was deAscribed depends main' yonrever on yon young humble lrotbet.Z'N nj-- 11tti'e"Eacll.h"etrl. wrote the "Are you entirely" satisfied with broke dogn..On testing It. the break U free to select as expensive a l'
your
{ < jo tbe editor by Lord Crawford i was 1 located about ten miles from Sltka. road of cheap A ro.d'aa the local
\ ; 10 London Times, lowing essay''on. a cat ,''Tbe-eat alimony asked her friend.. a-s
t : l'. during"'j1 I .1'ftI'bt visit; It consists of .?. .,...... ., a'square quadruped, hat Its leg "No. Sometimes I sm afraid When the cable was,Jiauled up. It: was conditions .equlr.-Trlbun.? .rn>". s
H { some found have ;
to \\'bal.'itttJ'
disk with contact point. a..tr.ll.a atm. '!' captured 5
circular j
the four corners. It you want to of It may be tainted. I don't 5- It
how
.part cots J landing. In Australia a writer lee feet long. A loop of the cable passed ',
wblfb nay1lbfcarrle4vt; < alJJ' say this animal yon roust atrok It -on .he can po.sjbly'eara as much ".'..fl." t
!
r tube ablp. even .to the' masthead.. dew Ia'N.tureNot.: ., oar bIn, bee Indus-' legit round the lower jaw'and-held It fast. ,
I" back. It It Is Very mucbplNaed Actely as I am getting. The There la an ugly and curious Amer- ,;1.
attached tOjeJe-ttrl] }Jcable trlonsly collected'quintltle cf: Tuoey S strands of the cable were much '
1, \ and sets up its -Jill ,quite stiff like "If there.Is any question Aboatlt. lean word; -which Is used to express: a "
lead''to lbs. ...e'leeerlftc'l' Finding however! that there wss'n, ; torn and twisted> s.nd there were sev-
: : > ruler hand, '
that cannot dont
r so your why you accept:: less, and state of atafrsofor tb'lth there la no
ieeL If: sIn tbecase of the Cxar- winter jncb-a* We bave'la.: England "any"tnrtber.-:7The'iN t.Ia silt.t O- Able film to-_" '*, " 'so en.- :eraLbn.k.>.!-jmtpl_ ondpCjot's.1'alably b..- 'short En.Kllsl 'Th .;>
of Ausrot '10. tbe ICgivecp'laying In stores. moral the whale swimming with eul.feot. worJ
Itcb In the battle : Its '. nine lire but 1a' tha.: eodDU'J'.It "Mercy sakes What a- open '
llly thlnyotfmust It an
_ _ for "U' If 'tle'lon ; 1a mouth, had unintentionally .tut; Implies oyerltlmlol .
..Yesnnlcg. tower>::steering Bear- becomes are I corrupted, dom'a.eeui them all becaat of, think I amr-Chlcago Idea taken the better" than 1.4e.lr"t i
bIed.Jbe pettW arcanle.car- -busy.- and l leads a'Uutterfly-Ufe.' cable,. which Uy suspended 6n the lr-I 80 on
-j tianlty"S ord-UeraJxL not
: ,
I// ., Britain nation has. i"
rejMiUrJtles of the bot1 ws.i: 11. alt
,; :1 ;of}. i ;. ''I- 'N" , !:1. in, Its.J been given In "stinta.-Thi **!
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: . . . . ; T5 - ./-.. : .-..- .,. '..
;:: ; . . .. . ..jt. ; . a77ti1r115; angs and wo04lnr
.-....-- behind ell' .natives' V Oeeanlca r'l The Pay of, Coil a.:Athistts.The. STOP

tbe art, of navigation. Their boats'ar moat difficult: questions, that :WOIYLANIAttu !
ca ,
Nf.W nothing but the'rudest rafts, made ttf .Y" now assail the management of the nyspepsia

Fo[ NII i lashing small. logs together and propelled : ,< American collogea.ar hoV to pay the CONSIDBtUPOatTANtFACT
by.pole or pa4 ''e..' jirofessors. larger/aalariea and how "to T-Mt .

',- Dr. Roth found the men of Morning- make th. arhlet a ,work for not king., '

ton very simple and childlike, easily pleased! or frightened but ...
Showing Uu two. .Mr. Carnegie haa, helped ..
Ltiti'.S1t1iti5ttiSM1'.W.Y.S'ti71Y1'eK' evidences of treachery $r malice. The with tae problem of tbe'r tellora"' _

poor women 'were touch disturbed .pay, and several of the older ttnlversl- #0 v.. ., .

.-MO ._ 1IKHE' mop yet be a fe\v when the white man lit hit pipe; ,. ties are raising big funds to the"same' That In addressIng -. .,. -",; .

){ nnfortunatea who have I they asked tila ,menwhy" he had end;' but;to 'keep' the, athletes!, from Mra. nk. SICK. ,HEADAOHC" '
,0 T.I O' never beard of the world, set: his, mouth oil fire But tile drawing salaries la a more complicated ham you are n- ,';
_
1 "It, ewtslde of,the Sew aquar tin whittles, from Sydney that were matter. It la accepted In all the s fidlDI'7onrprtyate CONSTIPATION i;-

S O>r stiles they ccupy. We : distributed by scores were an enormous colleges that players and contestants \llla to a womanawominwho.esaperi-*' "'I

1110ugllt: the Inst of tlicmliad, been I success, and'.when auppty! .,gave oat rN, In" Intercollegiate 'a.mea must be L Promptly, hnaaaeauic,1IN4.. .tta'

brought to. light .when, a few year a few parent, offered their childrenIn amateur; player., 'that 'ls.'wbodo ,.oee (with women'. r. '

neo, GOO .EskIl nee were found on.the exchange for these musical. IntXrumcnts. -. :{u r not play, and have never played for ,.dl.._covers. a greav "

rust roust of Urpeulauil, with the 'lit .-New York Sun.. hire. Juat.a. the Elklna law drives many yearsYou can talk freely CrabD4 ;:

I hand ice- Cal behind and the aea In the follroad"1 lawyera :to the concocting I to a woman when It la I

.. front of-\ h"lI1. and glaciers hcmmliii11oni THE TBA'NER'S ART. -of devices thereby unlawful rebates revolting to relate a OrchardWater:
In on the north and aouth. your private troubles
I Ah lawfully be, paid; and
may
Bin's .. ci '
a* to MetluMU {.a | U... In tech \a _
other' bond of these real a manbesidea"
.castaway.' ...u.. tha l)o., ;- trlvca freigbt-agenta to dark tranaactlona -. 'smandoesnot
Viimliorlos. .soiuo hundreds of ,
-person, and unre"eleJ-: bargains, so
We are asked'to N
tell about under-
training a' -
has 'been discovered' :
Just near the doff.. 'There la enough In the subject tot I .'Yee % .. the acceptances of tbe law of amateurs stand-simply because _
4k
lortlieaat eouetof AustrnUq. We might make seems to drive the college lawyers h A is a'maa I with ueoestfnlreafllts :
a Imndpme volume.BrlnR . I A'eentarjr'a experlewt*
think It utriniRe that a (rlbo of abor I and the- team to' de- :
/ up a. dog In the way be shouldgo managers Many w men Is the Ilea tesUmoalaM Sold .by, all
Islnts In the torrid cone, living oil nntslund and when lie la old lie.will be found ; vices by which useful amateurs may su *1',III. alienee and drift ..101lA'In druggists '' I1 ,

within forty miles of one of the leas likely to lawfully be hired, or may be paid bad to worse' knowing fall wall, that Water '
do dlffereWly fromwhatis Crab Orchard Co
I they ought to hare immediate aaalstanoe :
continent, should remain unknown to surreptitious wages wltheut Its coming ,. :J
wanted than If'lIot trained.
so but
a. natural
this late day; but there la nothing reiimrkitble It la largely with rlOJa'1lI it'ls with I Imf'.u' ; to public kn'owledce-Ho.rper'. them to shrink from exposing modesty Impels themselves LOUISVILLE.. KY.

about It when' we know".'tbelr"' .In tbla re.peet. There .ore. sortiedoge Weekly to the questions and probably '

environment.. like some men that never could 1 be examinations ,, of even their family
Captain*Flinders discovered Mornlnfc- trained to amount to ttiiK-h The Kenrral -, y FolloVvlnfl Instructional, : physician.,. It is uoneceuar,. Without Avery & Company :
ton Island 103 years ago.! It lira off : money ore price yon'ean consult a woman .
0\1 rule I.. however, that among both -Children. aald the teacher, In- whose .
the.soutb.chore.otlbegrcatehaUowCult men- 'and.-their. domesticated ,auluials- ____" 0 __ 'ttructlnslh-class* composition knowledge from actual experience sticcKssoaa TO ,
of Carpentaria. In ,nhout I slxieei education cbunt '. "v '- ''CLEMEMTINA la great AVERY MCMILLAN
for much.A _. GONZM-ES, "you should not attempt.anyflightsof '
degrees south( latitude. Some thirty- rule Mrs Plnkham'a Standing Invitation.. IIt.GS .S mth Por.jrtr Atlanta Oa.,
.la that a good Hue'of'Inherit- OF CENTRAL AMERICA. 1 ,fancy; simply be youraelvea and -
"
mllea and Woman sufferingfront form of : r
live
long from ten to twenty any ALU KIRPS CkT-
for of service / .
ance 'given sort ,
I any write what la In'' you. Do not Imitate female Weakness invited
mllea It la RESTORED" TO HEALTH.. are topromptlycomupnnicate '
wide nmorig the larger.Islands -
breeding of the right fort, Is usually '
other writings or
any peraon'a with Mrs. PInkham! at;
i 'of Australia. :Around,It are a an advantage.Ve should regard pedigree .. PERU..NA THE REMEDY draw Inspiration from, outside 'Lynn, )1_ All letters tore. received MACHINERYRallabla

, number of small Islands. << and years ego a* :meaning so much. Therp It .ou rce., ..". '- opened-"read and answered by women ,
.
I, the British (rave the namet>f Wellealey nothing ,else worth having for futures sties Clementina Gonzales;" Hotel .IVotincia As a result of this advice'Tommy.Wise only.: A womad can freely talk of herprivate '. ...

I Islands to the/whole group and called as. well! aa for tbe present pedigree; Guatemala C. A., Ina'recent letter turned out the following come illness to -wpmaifl thus baa y
the Inrgeet'of them Mornlngton, Inland that )s nsiuilly'a good deal. from 247 Cleveland'-Ave.; Chicago,. Iii.,. ." attempt, been established the eternal confidence
"We not
position: shoujd}
hUe ",'rHN: between Mra. Pltokham and tbe women
after the vecond of the MarqulaofMVllesley. II
The dog always-gets much of Home "1 took Perrrr.a Joraworhtow1e.s." ., any flights of': fancy,, but write what 6f All&erlca Which has never been,
port from his master. Characteristic' fffffmt J teaa wo. t-wn , R6 white man ever-landed on any; or seen Inthe one ore very apt to reappear -/4 oat Ifl_ .e ntplaf" had w.I '.,... 1 mick lungs, hart liver two apples, experience: which she baa todraw from,
the islanda until tbe- recentvisit of la some form hI the other ...14.. and tiredfn1ke __"'ng. stick'of lemon .It. la more than-possible that she has
Walter K. Roth the ethnolnglst of "1 tr/ed m/...y aufos, but /Vrn 1 one "piece'of pie, one the that
If the trainer la ferry" and unreasonable gained very knowledge will
"e.tal" CM vehtch<< 1Io.d. candy, and my dinner.TttBlts.ARTFUL
"it use ; .
Brisbane.. Jneen"land. Aa far na -1* the creature undertaken to be in fee (_..c.Aftft"' I lad tskenbus help.your case. .Kho'aaka nothing In
known 1I1t member of tile'present; trained' la likely to be responsive In s h..f itottte 1 fielt _..- hU.r.to 1eouiuwed return except your frood.-wlll, and her :i 4
tribes of North Australia had ever visited klnd. The one In receiving from tbe '&.ua.orthree_. .and DODGEIl. advice baa relieved thounanda. Surely
I tons "' pl.e'e'&od lItu any woman rich or poor la very foolish
the Iftland. It had been influenced He-Then I ma.bopeT
seen onlya other If :
gets It la doubtful a tut. sirs sole f-. lAke ..IfrUe It the doea not take advantage of this ,
few times from vennels miles away\ the harsh trainers are ever really great xhldh I had> been fore.A |. drop. SbWen;-you may ask papal:; g neronei>ffer' of assistance.If Prick Engineer* Boiler, all

from .J(. The map show nothing If one. There (. er.lhlnp better theft Perwncto He-Impossible. yon-are ill. don't hesitate to get a Slasa. Wheat Separator*.

Its outline -It has many trays and These generalthoughts, :are likely to tins".('W.e._up le.'M. ap.fen.-Nettie_, 8he-i\Vhy do yeu say that bottle of Lydia E,Pfn1lbllLlD'sVegetableCompound I
(/rape bat none of them baa been 'be applicable In all educational undertakings Medicine: 3. Ho-Because I haven't been able to stones,and write Mrs Pinkham..L.ynn -. /iJ1
A d.11te IVrono
00. of
.
named excepting tbe inrsest promon of this IIOrLThe C 16nllou.. Ohio, for iostrucUva, f.-eeliter.- I'j' ret: sight of him since I loaned MID Ms.s.forspecial advice. i (
When medicine baa been successful
tory which frllnders called C? pe "VnnPemen beginning hero Is with the pup-' ture. oil c Urrb.; t > $10 before Christmas.-Chicago. Dally In !
to health
restoring no many women,
< The best maps give no Indl py. When tie spirit of prompt attentlon -1 Naws.1RTDanentlyenrad. yon cannot well say, without trying It, -1 t

cation of the Inland's topography except hils been secured the rest should with an CTB rtnicxarDocXrr: Ring.A r' 1 dot believe; help rtlg.-"-- ..,,,,. .
to print through the middle of tbe be charming bit of sentiment baa +
bt' It
/ easy enough. may necessaryto No flu 4ro.roiM-'
Island tbe words: "About 3OO' fee use the rod 1IOIlnUlou'th/ the less fixed the Bedding day of one of the air after lint.dar's nee ol lit. Kline's Great.Rrv.tleutorsr I II"j/.. 1f7JfUll .. BEST IMPROVED SAW BILL' OH.EARTIL
bhrb." the heftw. There 1* an Item"of significance moat Interesting girls In New Yot1c : ,f Itrial bottl KD Dr.K. ; ttdrB1r. Barni ,
Why ha this island tine of theire/ In die -view" that requires IICletand a scion of one of tb"roost U.KowLtd..eelArefM.,1'hlta.Pa. ''lngle'MUI.) Corn' Mllla,.
Air six Urgent of he myriad Islands' paring the rod and.xpollluff the dog -dlstrnpnlshed. KalckerSocVer',famtllea. .1.,.....'. rice crop for the year of 1904 wan. 1 To better adTertlse' the Sonth's. Leedleg. Clroul.rS.w': Teeth.Patent II
O
Australia, remained completely rut off but .Jiot as Jnue-II.I ..va. formerly December 14 has been selected aa the 3,0112,355 bu.he .. "'...1.*.. Ooltotr four Debol.nIIl" are 01-( ,llsii" 9a?,
...... Steam Oovernera. Full Cnlnr A
from' the world'a Interests' 'The tea t beu ht.. The /great trainers bringallthe date: of the'pedding'oU3tls. DorothyManmen Mra.Wtn low'ssoethlftiSyraplsrC5ildr.ateething young persons ot thls.eouatra.1 kss thaneosU Mill :
WRITE TODAY. fuppllet, sand fer free Catalogue
eon la tbat.lt stands at the bottom of a dogs, they train to their senses by and KUlaen'Van Rensaelser.. sof t.a the a tnu.rida'toai iuaammatioaallay.paia.enrawlsS SiIt4 .
great !gulf 'hundrf'dll4 (If mile* from the other mean usually* :Even tifter'thla On December' It. 1627. the lint of the oollo,15e.a tx>tt). 01-&BUSINESS COLLEGE,, Macon;Ga (Atl5-'O&) _ ,

shipping that passea tbronffh TorreoStraU lias been done the delight! of. the good patroooa, Klllaen Van Renaaelaer, wait platy to build. electric street car tines in "
an.as desired.It \ mauled to Mhw' Ann Van Weyler IVIun aroused protest.
nearest centres of white enterprise In Is held that though/ every well- It waai that same Klllaen Van hens -.r... .. at !i __ -. t. ,
lam ears riso's Core for Consumption saved) .
Atmtrallfl. The neighboring ('Oft.hart bred dog has a liatnral Instinct for tile selaev, the Amsterdam,diamond maai, KOBKBTS ,
my Ut.three years ago.-U. TSOBAS s JJiOX'IDI''E
'
very .; ; tirhhardt la the ',nly: work for which, lrt' kind- la' distln- 'chant, who bought from the Indiana Uapla Ht..Korwloh.. K.Y.. Keb. 17.1900 I SILIOV aIR.xa'ura: 'BSLir V. ..
An.trallan that he "should have the elBel"Wlc1c. It wn'tbe largest .-m.Prialea. ./- +
explorer who ever cam fralsbed jet JleoD. ur.aa.u&U U.&IIUI .
.
within sixty miles,'@f the Island. The h..lp'If example. Thus In regulatingthe private estate owned by one mail: IA fir at the.Castle art treasures of L>chttnw were destroyed ld.., b;,. J'O&.IUOU..I..A.... > '.

gulf Is a shallow that..1arge vesnoli ardent disposition' of a young dog ,tile Kew World and comprised the ... ..IUA\UUU..UD..I'.I ., -.4- :,..',
cannot narlgate It, 0.114..1 there ws ill lie should be kept by the sjd* 4jf the, preuJnt counties of ATbao?. llenmielaefsnd the: t Brest A_IJI "..... Vev prcvcntativ rtCM ,' .t.JUgnlar aad 1'a'; 'Island' and. with M. titg n master
.C'Onlmrrclal pHs, Jfl'TJew" : Sloan's .. nilllpat. Six droP. of Bloan'i:! .
was left InIts..olntloneutlrely"oat.> tqtlon of those of an expewe'nced d)W- **pntrt. Jr, I.-a direct descendant of"The ( Liniment on a teanpoonful of OUU'wit Puss YaaufaoWie/byPAITON WDNtS1AMONYJOv.;

.1dm the current. of the world's.affair, the-ttalnlng should alwijys btJ with ito. first"patroon. '''To bum baa been kill yellow fever and malaria germs.. . w !wars., L.uas Tea. 'uD Maaa'SIITasa. ,

A while ago' however, the native old dog tlijit bOWL It way be that along ..band- down tb of North 'Auilrallareported, that a string attached to tbe young dog'a Van Rensselaer pl-k-ed upon the band Whistler is said to have had a hundred -w.\ :. '

tramm had vlnltejd'them from the' til? neck, ,tbe string;; to W\\'J..the hand of of Anne Van WeyJer;' and that same sittings lot one portrait.. '-:ZD.zD: : .; .____ ..L., \'_..'

Island In the irnlf/ < II. had 'Wme alone tbq_.owner. maybe found necessary at ring wHl) be need ,at the ceremony "n''ni.u'r 1. "':

on a rough raft mnde, by'Innhlnjr amalf the outset. This string. can'ba used to , .next DeeembArs. .lt la perhaps the .,, Is it right, for you U for 1 "".20 tbafa HPBLBSQ! 'CASE.! : "
timbers together. fie apoke a dialect prevent mistakes amt make the dog moat valued- heirloom possessed bv des'er may make 59! gents eon by selling. "Aren't"1 you aware" said the kind

ome words of whlch-they,. nnderetood.and.lhey acquainted wSijitile language'em' ;I any member.' ot the'Van Raaaela I fourteen 1JM per gallons gallon than of resdrforiuepaint our agent will make, alf lady "tbat-tbere laaomethlngdigni: rIJYSPEPSIA

got the |4.that'tbt'rp'Wf'1"t'' ployed-; 'amlly,-New York World.. ,; by selling. you eight ,.lIoo.oi I I.* A ...., and. lIed about honest-labor
many people on the" 1.land.'Tbll1 CoInmbn A, dog 'la 'a'Terr human kind of : .' six gallons ot liaieedoil, which make '0..- "v"Te' DMt'am." an..ered'the onIaundere -.. l'

of Ma tribe was on the main creature. ills dt'llr'J. to do -what la 'SULLIVAN teen gallons' of s better, paint. at f 1.20'perfallonr hobo. "I've heard uv tellers -

land only a few bourea, but his Journey wanted, but he baa t. ,become acquainted . 'UNA70A. - Sold everJ'wbpMllDd t|. it right r by Ix ngmsn 4. wot stood on their dignity but :. : ..

exploration had Its aequel."When" . with tbe Character of, that .... Ile If.. Vaud. b_.'. YId..w PiU. Martinet New York. Punt Makers for I'm aateraflde t.'-set on" D De.-ChJo" ......I.....r 'ah r..t"\J-.

tbe'utory yeacbeU clvlllaatlonMr. his mind la not equal to that of man. ....._....... ,. ......... sick.alle.y.l, ., "Fifty.. Year\ ; .. sago NewavIrWILEY'S '7_ "Jr::; III Yr ,It:;'';''';'_...... '

Roth decided.tojtl._ lt the Island. We' need to come Jocn to his mark; 'lion. Tlmi t hyD.'Sulllvan of dew'' The:SUtt Charities" Aid As -"

lie baa now returned .Queensland, seeing that ,he cannot possibly rout' York Member of ,Congress irons ,the i ports '-that Insanity ;bss..large/! ,jBrne.ur4tAew .'

and his report ,feveaia; a people who, up to our. Great patience I.. therefore Eighth New York District and sue ur .. -York. The ltwela, , ..g "

except on the occasion above referred1o needed.' ..:....._.. the Democraticleaders The Personal l"Gum.nt. -I.. '
The first signs that the lesson given . of )New ":
had
have absolutely- tntf'r'Ouae'WIth The goodSgldreOnderwoodwhoIn ? r: ,
the outside world for so many It comprehended have to tie observed "" York State. his long career 'as-Ju.Uc.'ot the' ELIXIR.: ,:
Whenever tbla la noticed approval ti strongly recom-- LEMON aMl.f eATNMA t' Jj' "
generations- that' they have no tradition \' peace had administered the oath; to -
relating to.It: a people who have should be shown. ,Ala repeUtJon of i mood. IJoan's Uiouaands of witnesses, waa sum I. line.. a new and .triot renedy.M stleAs. f: .
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for "'>eriiAoat of tbe rude arta and the IIt't; ia In order.. 1 Idney Pills v moned. himself to appear aa a witness II.won4r re (>l.,.,..anda.er.ith" i .
the service la'never to be car- Senator'Sulll proprrtin. I-" .. . ,i"-.1" '
Then I J. ; fifin*
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customs they may have brought from I la: a. case before a ,circuit, IJl1d, Chow haUl h.aiK> ..iB.l sa m ernefor I PI_" < ''' ,',_>OJ o\->I "
the AuitrlUan'tAlnland twd or three tied to the point of' wearlneaa. A '1 ten writes: When' he was repeated to stand up COBdiMHoB. IIII__ ., todiBwtlaii. J ' e
n.-'Y.!
(centuries and an'" Inferior In all sense of dl'KUd.an..tht1lf.. be'prodapedIn I If ia a pleasure and be sworn, he lifted his hand'and Otter 11L, SkbHe.darbehad arUUa troy a,, .11.1,., JoU::...I*MM4 h )k.teMn_r_. BMW-c'ct!.....,no,.".:.- .
their condition of life to tbe continental ) >the young dog'a a In the young hu J to endorse a .rJd.,"J prefer to affirm If you please.-: I : .torllB. .>t.e.dyC.hCNeagaseN.T.. Iii -XAJWAL /" l''

aborigine, who nerd supposed man. Tbe thought that training" time .'. reedy)' like The affirmation was administeredto TORPID, .LIVER. ;, SALE,TEH IfiLUOM', 'MIES ..f:".",
to be tbe leart advanced of human be- |111 A time.for business and not for frolic '+....... .. Poari'a Kidney : him, and 'he gave his testlmony.lAfter , Being BtHrtJy TrfiitaMe -.
must be maintained. Dogs are very .-. rills having, pound, it baa so harmful or e.*BI
tug.. left the cQUrtroom'aD ,
he bad I BiplnuDt effert. lie -loa iaiWille
to In Individual and the peculiarities Of /mind 1hemYot tbe greatest value--10' old friend of'his. a doctor;,took him ( bat seaa Ik*IN Uwrauak--.
Dr. Roth went Mornlngton .an .
each 'One have here to be reckoned ,tellmiuntlug tbe distress caused, by, alckltlln.II.nd cl_..lna the tofnacb and bowels'
official' well aa a scientific capacity to task of.1I1..parlt..1Id Uminr up (he "
with.-Uome,and Farm. ) In restoring those orfTHU the oathto entire .yUem to a licnlthy ma .
The duties of his Government office re. "Si>uire, he said "you give eli.
/ to a condition of health. ''Jly, experience dltlo4..etag tbe peraoa '* -
quire him to look after the welfare of lots of people. Why don'l you take, .rood. bccnuM errry orn. b Buideto ,
A Pp..r c.ttM. .000 111.5 Lo... with your valuable remedy was '
< it perfectly.
perform part
tbe natives of Queensland, to which ,
.St..our..1tr.? - .P"Doet
"Sea Island cotton la the beat krnd. equally; aa gratifying aa that of aeveral- answered .L'UULII'lomt'AU:mo mm.;'!
the Inland la attached. It remain to f r." ,be "you frequently -. FOR:WOMEN ,r r .
be 'E'en'what will be done to Improve said/ a Southerner, "It la finer and of my friend. 'Your truIyTSigned prescribe !pllcae-to'illUoat., "One. DOM ConviacM., : treaMM. vtta His}oausr tit ,

the condition of these Islander They silkier than any other cotton. In tbworld. ( ) don'tyottT"" 1 their eez..ant*. a aeeck* I* -. a..N,
I. '.TIMOTHY D. SULLIVAN.FoiUfirMllburn . owed. b1f. '
) A -of canbe Into '
are -supposed, number at least COO- pound It "; 'spun' "Yea.** - tore *l.ck.ra ., fc.*le l.M.kJU":1 soul
'aouls at'anv rate over 200 gathered 473O -mites of tbrect -Co., Buffalo N.' Y. "er take'It yourself* __,_1iiim......*asset
; the For l all drucslita. Trice DOper "Do y Ur J'a IaIi..IB ta be ...M.
: an'experimeuf aale-by pOTnto
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the .wonderfol white 1 f sold the doctor.-Youth J'.ftlf. .
aroatuj mao ,cents box. "N-no, : WET WEATHER. WISDOM! --. .rd. .. .. ...I. .w.i "' '.
town ot .Manchester a akUlad'pin- IUMIoept..r---:
s.d.oo..alol
whom they first' r'tlft'111111/ then TeD Companion. \ \ it..llgaid u.
fled Into the bush when net apnn a pound' flea Island cotton I 'Tne.OatCaIAL- stn TOOJPT AND WOMBTS3 reaAL USES
rrated. << -
'they saw The-y'him. and only the most pal Into a single 'tbreadt1000{ miles-long j 1 1 MQDBST YOUNG MAIDED: i ;\ v0 Far Sea ml BB dnolM. Book a*,iBstrBrtliss t*BMM a.bom.THnl .Pro.

Jtlent diplom |Cy'prevailed upon two of Then for another experiment: be took Tes .-:Yes, MIsa'Prim was going to SALT .RHEUM ON HANDS T... II. ......O..eaar' ae.T.a, .....
Other another :pound of ration: and spun Itntoj butahe .' .. .,.< "
hla to -'R--D-
them: .to approach camp. i 1 write to her fiance day, -- '
came I in twos and threes., and'At length aa 'many'11ank.,aa he could get; f was Juat lounging around In a dresv ..A>red A.?m7..< cad- swear B..
n (crowd were aqunttln! _around the He got 10,000 bank In all. and the tug gown and'ahe was too lazy'to get 'All t...Tti. -4_lh'r C.re fcy C.M_r... rop.SY'8IW. ,
whit. constant attendant 7.rD In each of'them measured H4Oardt. Cutir'ra.Jtol4'; by r'
sl .jiian; lute dressed uo. Another cur by .
> during!! his short vllt. )' ; Tbqs ut-of rtsjwjnnd. of cotton j Jess ahonld ahe get 'dreasedttp Mrs Caroyoe habit> of Wsupoea Wis.. in' '.,... .. I'
ITTO1' mile. of were produced. -Why; day* effects B jwrKaneBt cnre ''I
Theirvy of life 1* primitive even yarn' Juat to--f '; :' F M'l: tbr faLowisg: .; grateful letter: -'My baabaadsuffered Wk' .!",.. ,.to.; ........, TrIa1 -'
when compared with that of the lea! T This...yarn,. though, was too fine to.. be .she'wouldn'\ scoay witb salt rheum, on ,bas &1Iree..KotMi> "fairer,, ,
of any: practical'utility. j, Tesa-Oh, graroust( ? hands and 1. bad to keep them bandagedall I .H.1t. gre.a.ea'. ..... \:
',.' cjvlllxert: ; Australasian native. They > himwhl1f\ *he)' 'we ...rJ:' ... 1g AU.tt,4a. ...,
.. "Those two experlmenta made a .urie'rb I I think of' writing''to .the time., 14Ve'tried J everything : WLL KEEP YOU MTUHC .
whatso.ever. ?4e.
wear, no clothing of any sort moat advcrtltenfnt'for the cotton .of" was' ,lndlhablle.-jPmadelphIa! } ; 'f reaa. eo.leIet. but.jnotbing helped him until he OT1mG$ tL5.HILL'TAK cia .4 '.M ii z '
flit;. They do not bulld'eve'n the Soath.'V-rblladelphla Bulletin.t. ..- used Cutieura. One Mt ot futicura tk>ep.Oinimrtit ANTED.,,! M' \
.rttdlmcntary tbeltrr. but Ilse art li* the tiPrn.pr qrNATURAL'sMISTAICZ- n, tll<> '"?n like" wild anlmar. .. 'If the /I rn"Rose < \ tad his t hands have been as smooth aa possible I eavateuee eau ace p .:ti ..It......... eI ..w., ... wed N bees ,, ,.. .'
'r jwenther I la ton cool for comfort they Wltkest PI.rU.e 1ft 1 raga muafihavamolderedquite' ever"....... lliope thisletterjwfll>* be. 'sses a.1.'TewLNee..e.l.s.w..a.e.,4vewrm air eaaniiirrB care aiW eea.l.5 I"_N "'--i: I/Mr......r.r.NALAN .". I.!!': .

content: often. extraordlnar.jliy : broke Intoa the mean of helping otber'aufleren. j esc.aun ace.,tee.,veeecrq eau.... (.1 ,
tb..m.plvell-wltb making heaps' nor** owners are ,a while before they ;:;wt"J' ;; .:,
'" i ,... I '' 11''! '" J !!."./q' "' f' ,f .. i KPOR '_
of more or less dry..vegetation,. Into unobservant., .Tt.t"7, have the t-< .blaze;.dld-yoa smelt nblhtagr j old' 1.1, II. A.&;. '....
r which they/ -rawl. Nearly'' all savage moist confidence In thelt"' coachmen.:, 'Yes. w..-imett It,' i acknowledge One"'advantage of' growing: : ,,;

folk CAn> plait basket In which they faithful old thoughtless blunderers, and j Farmer, harrow.'"but-M'rla'Sowed it that 'relDmbere4." blunders, tw1llcb.; NEEDtES,.; I aW: "

k carry food and otUer,articles! but thfse pay no attention to things themielrea.' was that young teller from' the c:1t.7.mo one has snadeVi'do. not ,haT :t4 be I .ace u reg. r V.u/1 I ', Nge.HUTTLES '';'
r p'eople'haye.' no idea .of ''ancb 'an art: One' afternoon, not long since the sub '" I tinclcareta, )ID. hla ,oo1D."-'.OU -; madol.egaln'ben; a .new c aacf?** I I 1E n $ ,\ at. i'S'old
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They tie up. their' bet011gtnga( ) In piece.. 'ject 'ot .bwring .reins wag! dI.ctlieal 'I Csa ..1:9"\.__. ___ ,__.-..:-. ...... ga eroni.L9IJerhd._.,..MJ Li 1 f T ,
.of' ,hArk and thus < nport them. apd'one of the ladle! -lent4J'WIII;!: --: -. <- _L L L"n _

iI :Tb17 have not the .lIght lIt .idea of specially'emphatic in her denunciations; !

Li ncrlcultnrf.. n"". lire ntlfely on wild of the)Dlqultle. f the practice;' Itwok; !

pyfruits, riel-rutS glin .... !l'be.t\ire'.n\ .Vfe\ toinerlcarriageiwbea'ahe: left;aide Planfalion Chili Cure isGuaranleedmerchanCso }

,'T tfj dOl'l1Stt'dI"_"' ib"l1t-"lraJlcfllal1rrD); Sat -wna-aTrp--; h .4011'
: fI'lAnd know, the u.e.of' dre'ln cookers',' ''Ing their )bead with m-mt'Ckt'd.np...
"( pfodud! bO..t aa tlghtly,.*-.a "
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\- .gttbtns!\ !t whet: requCe4bythjh : i lust .
'. S 't'tl"& lilt.t\r b'pi 16ceMvf'rooodi lft q r till.btalefng;tl ," Qtbe'Yo# cp lllitgte

.; . Ps skilful In the Use ot their. boom.JA'-: tbem.-Bvorpng! ans. .Dramatle N.dra._ ,, : why- 'not: 'tryIt/Price; '*"" ; 5C'C\\! ;\\; 'i 7

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:. ,_,. t The Kiss rmmcc Valley!, Gazette Examination of Teachers; PEfiHORN.,. VV VVVVVVVVVVy VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV./;

. Quite a number of people from Cen- "
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.".LI..KD.a.: ..V .IDAY KDITOR: GAZETTE:-I have something ter. Hark passed through Peghorn
Sunday morning on their to
,,' 'Office'' tu Valley Uncette tinllpu'g< to say about the recent, examination Bassville All ;reported as way having We Have Chopped Down High Prices.

,craM HnxK.OSCEUI.A COUNTY FLA. ana I wish to jay as a.prefacathat'1 enjoyed) the services' very much, which. f 1
am not a teacher( and have no conducted by Rev. Reave*.
W. B. HARRIS.! Editor as* Proprietor.Entcral aspiration In that direction. And I
Peghorn has in a Cull supply of nil
.t the ........mt18 In Klwlnnie TI.ty ,&.. wish to say further ttiat I have no ton and matches. Come" again "Mr. S ""fo
... _ad-el...i mall matter._, _-. or daughter, brother, sUter, uncle Johnnie" and maybe Daisy wont get "YOU NEED OUR GOODS
Bubwribwill ple..4* notify the office II aunt: orou.lo',who ia so engaged or so fright nd next time. M 0f
Lbe, fall to.et the p.perre ul.rlv. who wants to be. Moreover, I am not After many days of Intense suffer.:* "
-..comiouulontlon. exe- writing defense of some disappointed WE NEED YOUR MONEY. '
bed'wrlt.r.'OnepoDd.nte mutt gtIrom.nr.uthnr j aspirant or by request of any one; Ing her Mrs.home Gooden of rest passed. on Thursday quietly asrfyto night f; K GN t ;:, .

& ;'tedm&UolrW, Dotes returned unless but a matter of simple'justice to those last. May the bereaved ones acceptof .
..ailed' for. Whom I honest believe are unjustly our tender Sympathies. t Get my Prfrns Before 1 Purchasing 7.'
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Imposed. upon. Quite a number: of young people .
(: On.oopoa.y ear ....,...,:...... .. '......1100 1 lay some claim to Intelligence", gathered at Mrs. Deeson's Sunday '
ODe eo[>7. nil month.... .. ........-..... .... ,110 and think I understand the qualifications afternoon\ for the purpose of having a f ' Shoes, Hats Ladies and Furnishings. 0 '',
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oneeopy.tbr..month....... ... :.6 for teaching school. '
necessary :
sing. All seemed to enjoy themselvesever "I
.But If the'questions used in t.be.cent.. S'
so much.
Friday. September. 22nd. 1905. examination were Intended' to ascer Mr. Luther Warren and family are ; CHAS. ;
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Lainthefitgess of the- applieant for now moving to \Finny Point -We regret .: .
Other towns Ip the state are organ such positions, they missed the mark very much to lose them as our
icing Merchants Protective Leagues. completely. I do not know the author neighbors but we wish them a pleasant '
y --=, Kisslmmee should .have one by all of the questions; but. I do not hesitate stav wherever they may. --roam.Mr. .

1 means. Shehasher fuH"quotaof proS to pronounce them, for the greator Dem Deeson's baby who was'so .- ,- --..- - ,_. ..
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fessionaldeadbeats we know of part unreasonable and absurd.'sick and. carried Lakeland '.some
x no, better method of dealing with.' them. Very few If any of.the best teachers few days ago passed quietly away to
we have; could, on the spur of the moment its home beyond.the skies! where it is
The business, men of Lakeland are ; write satisfactory 'answers to beckoning' papa and mamma to come
p 'showing their faith by their works, such questions. It Is quite doubtful home,- May each one of Its relatives Dry Goods Clothing and Notions.NEW -
and have organized a joint' stock if the county superintendents >were as- t accept of our sympathy in their sad
sembled a cla.a'and subjected too .
company for the erection of a $35,000 : hour of trouble.,
tourist hotel. They propose to s such an examination: whether ball of Kaklo reports that mosquitoes area
right ahead with the building and them could make the required" per thing\ of the past in his section of LINE OF
have ,lt finished, in tUne for tfclsseason's cent.1 And I do not believV'tbe State the.country, but we can't say as much 4 I :
business. Superintendent,hlm.elf-could answer for Peghorn, as they still continue
these questions if taken from the books their In the.late afternoon' ,
song
.. An Indiana editor printed the, following ). from which they -were ;selected. And JHalJ .LixtiaRunch- spt+ '_F..rjday- Dry Goods Furnishings .:
: "The fellow who is courting to refuse to grant a certificate td'a night and Saturday very pleasantly , ,
a 'certain married lady had better young lady-who teaching nothing with her friend Miss Ella Downing of .
leave town a. the husband lIon. to but the elementary parts of education, Finny Point.! ,
htm." The paper had not been out and take away her school and deprive .All seem to enjoy Kaklo's 4 correspondence -
very bog before every man t had left her of the means of support, becauseshe very much, and even
J''- town'except three Old cripple and ,-a cannot immediately elucidate these I "Daisy"! would be glad to read them Summer Clotnlnjf.Going Very Cheap'! <'
abstrusities, with which she would -
1',!'; man who had pot read the pap! / every week. .
have nothing to do for'years, If .e"er. Miss Freddie Floyd ,went to Klssim-{
:The county commissioners of Os.C is as unjust as It is unwise: Such action mee shopping\ Tuesday. DAISY.
ola I 'county hate offered'a reward of ought to receive the unqualified . -- --. -- . ,
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,500 for the ..apnrenslon convictionof condemnation of every.. fair. minded"person. '
any per.an'or persons engaged In 'AMgRIC'AN.AND ELL WOOD ATLANTIC COAST LINE 7
or aiding lo the cutting: of pasture If we are to maintain a system of ,
f fences or other destruction of property examinations of this character at THE THROUGH CAR
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LINE FLORIDA
The Lee-Varsons Cattle ''Company heavy expense and without any real WOVEN WIRE FENCING. FROM ;
offers an addllonal reward of (50O) for advantage to our common schools
"that same: purpose.. :'Thisno'. doubt, 'be..be.t.t.blD to do"will .be-to bapIaway II. Fleming'has 'on .hand in warehousein ---- ,
will stop such.I..wle..lo. ,OsoeolaCounty. .-tLew4oleitbingiand: dumb lit OOMISJSOTION8.East : : ___ >-t:

,; ..:Orlando. Reporter.r: ,:J t'l to when deal people In conundrums.have nothing And to ,ben do but let KiHslmmee! _Flu: To Over its own Rails to Savannah. Charleston h;\

' S ...... 8.'R.;:.Iludsonoreprletor\ of the Or I another system of examinations be invented American. W. Fencing, 20 in. high 12. in. stays the Richmond and Washington, thence Via' Penn,:'
S'S ;; an ire County Reporter; announces that in which eommoiilsen.e! if shall ALL RAIL sylvania I Rallwal'f'
,n 'on October 1st., he will start. a morning ! have a place. That this quality was American W. W<. Fencing, 26 in.; .high,-12 in. stays To r_?
.paper to be known as the Orlando, greatly deficient in the.,question recently West! (Via Montgomery: ) and Louisville&! Nashville Y
n ,;\ ,..Dally Reporter. He has secured the' used is too obvious to need any Airierlcan W. W..Fencing, 26 in.'liigh In stays the e.nd''Dixie Flyer Route" Via '
eervices of Mr. C. E. Howard, who Is: argument. American : & Atlanta :
J<"* a splendid writer;a. editor, and Mr. Never while the. elective franchise Poultry Rabbit Fencing.* heavy specification To tl Via Savannah & Mean Steamship Company. for,;.
.Josiah Ferris will be the,' local editor.Mr. I remains haS New York, Philadelphia and via Norfolk ,
ti with me will I ever again vote , 34: in. high, 6 i.T.: stays I Boston ;
P ..Hudson 1. a thorough for a man to be a State Superintendent Steamer" to New York Washington and Baltimore, ii
,h man, and we prophesy i the Morning of Education ,who does not distinctly Ellwood Poultry & Rabbit Fencing, 42 In. high Via I vits iovlln6ih i and Merchans and Miners Transport"
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Reporter: will be a great success. 1y j promise to adhere to things Standard Steamship i j talio.Co 2.or! ,ahlrnoro and Philadelphia. ,l f,
that are reasonable and -practical t Ell.vood Fencing, 42, in. high Key West and
The Sanford Kjndergerten will put the blame where It belongs and not Via Penipsular & Occidental Steamship ',
Open on October:the 2d, the same date upon.our county officers who have Ellwood Lawn Fencing, 42. in. high Havana. Company. 5
a* our public i school.'. --.The Kinder showed themselves gentlemen ,of due .
<< Other heights,and ordered promptly Ranh.01 the e..b''M' !rein.,. .
patterns New
r' ffarten association considers itrforu consideration. Let the odium of this Limited,Chloeo" Florida Limited. end Dlale York a Florida tlpeel&l, FIori". sod welt la.ls: .,
nate to be able to anounoe lob a'1 Miss stupendous Injustice rest with the originator from factory when wanted. Phone 50 Flnr
,Xilllie Farosworth/ of Klssltnmee, who .
of the questions and let him Quickest Schedules :f
.5 so.successfuly conducted. the I school be retired to the shades of eternal In- Superior ;
two winters ago will aealn..have it in'charge. netude. have no favors to ask: and.. Ipform.Uoa astor.te.acheduleeetrmn.ullth.Purple. . Folder or commacic.le vltkM'
: Beside being an exceleat In. po apologies to make. A CITIZEN. I. 8. If'KTMRI.I.:' 'v'00' ' r......nrer Agent ramps rla. l i t
t structor. Miss Farnsworth had the --.... II. EKER.80N.Tr.mcJl"o..r., W. JCaAld.oeneraiP..eopelost'wbmin.ton. ; ..
,r,' love of every child she taught 1 while ,To ill. Portland Expo.aiIOll.VI. | N. t tVVVVV '..
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bere-and mace a host of friends In DRAGGINGdown
'Sanford who will be triad to, welcome .It Colorado ,and California on VVVV VVV
her,.back;-Sanford Chronicle. I the way out and back. Greatest variety 1r iVVVVV;
. of attractions to the Pacific Coast J:
$Hereafter -attendants. i pains( are 'symptom of the most serious trouble
y? no, from the tourist You can spend some time lathe which can "
i State -Insane. >Asylum at Chatia- Rocky Mountains visit Yellowstone attack a. woman viz: falling of ,the womb. With this, generally, 1 The "
hoocbee will be seut.to points ia! the Park attend the Portland Exposition; .'1 come Irregular painful scanty or profuse perlodsrvasteful.. weaken Z 1; Franklin
-( State to' secure patients .,for that; sojourn in .Southern California, return ing drains,'dreadful backache headache "
ulzztness. Irri
said institution.that.nVnadbeen Superintendant instructed Whose by .I Ut Paso over;"through Southern New Route;Mexico.by way Or of, tability, tired feeling. Inability walk Iou nervousness of appetite, color and S Standard Typewriter ;
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.. ,the board 4of< commissioners of the I you can go via Minneapolis and St. beauty. The cure t* ,8"
j",State. institution\ not to send for Paul and N i Ahern route In either direction. \ ,
patient M It is. the duty ef the sheriff .,,'Bend' ( for Rock Island folder S -
of each county. to deliver the patient and details of summer excursion rates. 'I' ,
4 to: the asylum at the 'expense ofbe John '' .
i Sebastian Passenger Traffic I' -
,county from which they committed. Matager, Rock, ..I&Dd.I' tem. Chica WJL: CARDUI I ,fi
Heretofore It has been the custom oi 1 go.

,the asylum.to, send T attendants .to ft v ? ".! "". ', r-. ,SI:
',various points In the State for patients SMnnerToHrlat. Rate* via The At- S.

A Kansas Editor-lried to experiment' ,faatlo. Coast L....., ' Woman's Relief "

h In telling the unvarnished truth In his If you oontempiate.visking( Summerresortssee .. S -
journal for One week.. .He'dlda't-ggj Ticket ,Agent of the At ?
beyond the first dajr.' This item 'ap I lantic Coast Line and get all !Information that marvelous, curative extract, er'natural. essence, of hates' which 4 is'' r ,."
,? 'peared on Mondays' "MarriedMiss with reference to. rates, routes, exert aucb a Wonderful' strengthening Influence on all female
",:/+ ",;! Sylvia Rhode"to .1 .Carnahan schedules. sod Pullman service.. Sum organs.
; 'i.qJut.. 8andtre"eDIDIr. It'ibqBaptist' mer tourist rates are now in,effect, to Carded relieves pain regulates the menses, stops' .drains. and slim. ."
( -' 'The bride was a .I very or all the principal resorts throughout elates the muscles to pull the womb up Into place '
'\) dhoti town girl who i'doesn't.know the country, with return limit October It Is a safe and permanent cure for an female-complaints: l Stands. for. Vlslable Writing ,SI"mpIQ Mechanism' 'Speed,
any more about eooklntr than a rabble 31st. Rate have been announced to Excellent
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--gm!.'.peswji1;halped '....?'mother,three. all Springs and' Mountain. and SeaShore Ma.nifodlna'. Permanent', True ,Align*
;J'' 1 days 10 her'life.; She is pot, a .beauty Resorts." ', .' wxnx ua> 'A 'irrmf ''''1 VDJEuD"AWI'Ut'PADwq / '*' Durability! and- B Fair ,Price. .

.."'''t t-. by any,means, and had pit like ,aHat :For the. First time round trip itoketaare la strictest tidoads n r truing M all is weal MIl ev.rlse. .1I'I'ttat'' M... 4* A Strictly High-Grad! ; Wi: ttngrMschlne' sold ,for. $75 by,
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duck. Y, bride an -
I irroom upI oa asks. resorts In New England year trsuMsa. We wffl BSO* free Nae.l Bake of WeWIr orevssllie."ad '
to-date loaferh..-been .llvlnir off the " > 'g
Serrltory. via (la pUta asatod CutterTowerCompany'
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\ (014 folka all his life and doot amount .W. J.i 7' Craig;- General. Passenger I bp t d1K'rAdvUary ;TlMV ane at.her..wwe '"'Y'. lMalfta a; ,
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Urdttte-.r .Joey live; toetheru"The J. 8;JJerteell, D. P.A: ?J, W... Cart.: doaGry .Shelly as. !fatrs) c .a : .. '_
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Supplement-.>The 'Kissi m mew Valley Gazette Sept. 2fcnd 1905.
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I. NIERV LLE. son,<) time since'! Is certainly appllable found Katclo '
perambulating the street us to submit with as (food grace as_
___ou.._ h In this c..... ;lam: It "is stated was of Broadway.. There was comparatively possible, still we dreadhe dark and 4
preaching' Ujjhe negroes; .and a"-.t.he _peakag! few familiar faces dreary times through which,we passed
The executive b.'nnerMmr waves"l sermon was 'concluded a collection from-Ihe country; among .the visitors during her previous absence. i r
over: the white house, tM! crimson rOJUV.! ken up upon which one old was our friend J. L. Deeson from Peg- KAKIO. t
. untarnished by the storing of wind an? dst'key woman approached Sam and horn who ghee good\! report; of affairs '
lain that have so reAcently threatened pjsclng' a nlckle (n his hand exclaimed la the community;' we- afterwardsmet Women "'Public '
and the Schools
lu destruction and M motto *njul God bless you Massa Sam If you Will Long we cornered him on
rights to all and Mpt-clal\ '.privileges, u has got a white face you've got a I school matters and found that his The, New 'Idea Woman's Magazine
none shine forth in ,all the glory: of black heart.. opinion of (their. teacher at the Horn Jo/i.QetOber has an. inspiring article 4' i
our fair Florida''* ,sunshine, ThU The r''t'III't'"able'tz'ent.lem'an Ot S. coincided with reports previously received I on "%",olDen In Professions by Miss
I'nOl-ald, Utt.vinond leave IOIi A crew ,with hU .to{>, buggy epidemic so tl.ai we are compelled lo I Elizabeth Howard Weutwood. Miss
"I u.,.'. 11I'11IjZ'. the: |least week hot'llllI appeared. the executive mansion believe that that oft neglected.lucaltty ; Westwood runs over the field of those
around the uuum trees plowing up (' 1''ttll.\' eyenlng prepared to eitcortKaklii Is. at last blest with a good teacher professions Into which women enter,
t'\iw linen| ground steel! itpairln. < lain-' to'tjie! ramp of the- KlsslmmeeI and a HftcopHsful school.Mr. showing that there are now very few in r
hll"'" created! by tier prolonged Mutiny I II..... The In..tltul.'lht>n in session was J. M. Lee reports bin. plttlt.'ure. which-they have not proved their capability y:
i w"/lth. The hay crop having been ,-...too cJ li-tini+'eil' of,and the journey to In good! order and the prevailing .Speaking of the educational
liitlhrieil.. other. .thliiffM i will cities!* In Anniitiompleled without Incident! opinion Is that the approaching winter field which is as ever, one of those ...
their 'regular in tlei',' anMie Imi'ei"nor''s on Rcfidenft. at' the poxtolllce, found will not I Ise one of any serious trouble most entered by women she says:
1 1111 lu,.tr,.>: 1* unuvaNitiy, 41fle' piece of tI,.. Vallej (1HF-.an.' two letters'from among the cows. > "Some of the most remarkable work y
wt M Jc-coinplef: only makes; way for Wlnlllrr awaiting us, finding that our Thanks. Uusttcv. for your klr.d Is being done by women In connection
onirlhliiK' else that requites attention. fl'l..ndIoch was not eutiiely submerged wishes. and offers of' assistance; shall with the puplic schools. Miss Karrel
lire f.iul.Mililj) Mill controls the cull- and that the.genet al.I Wealth of call un'Otl. should your assistance be whose class of unmanageable children C
nur.v .and liouioillrtritl departments. connniinky was good. Kaklo proCWdcd >. !. required and take the otTer j .81 as ,Is,wU- known Isa little short ofwonderfII.
wl'h lei tiMiul skill and neatness. andIn to Brl!. teuton'H, found Iheenleemed kindly it n required for use Boys who have proved'
one ofher' vivid drwcriplluns.| olni'i.v <<1 J lady of the hlu.e doing the A dispatch from Dupont received on too much for. school 'afterschool..
.,', 1 by .ii"<>... lght| the terns tueiuininde "- honors thereof a* J(1 was off at: aHUlawe Monday last announces that Mrs. and teacher after teacher never give
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-qu.. was a/.pttaprileft-| | | lIe .. culling: hay. Mr. Willurd/ a Texas Stricklin, daughter of the her the slightest trouble. Childrenwho
s to', tw.li.re.. II" Hinoiinl oti I" i ieuu.iun i Itrother or Mrs. Bt>lIton'N from Plant Governor In prostrated hv a severe have been given up as hopeless z
'nil' "n"ilin e I Ierto, tiiMku |itil>jic-th rough ; ('\\1" was "with" i1>at lady, having come spell <>r sickness Th lady' of. the 1 idiot*. learn to read under her tutelageand !
I idi I .ludum nl \inii' j.-muni seer, dry 10. KUitiiiiiiiee on a visit llln gentlemanly white l house, has been called upon to lake the first, .step toward fitting
.. :j i W i .V |1'1'' Uujh 1 "*M* 'uI'l'1 demeanor and] fominoi. ) .sense j attend her,'muuh to ,he dismay of the for a trade. She It'an enthusiast and
uw..i.<. 1 ti.dt 1 Ih.w. ,u ill I I",, I.r inteieHlto > It'w,1 matters in" general ought: executive and .at 1Ln' Semi-barbai\ I and an' optimist declaring that she
until). in uur....,lon. ... ... I'' bout an t In'ercblinge Air ideas 'which" I may he expected\ to exist at the-execu i has ;yet to nee a Child too stupid to become
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Tiie' .lake: In rapidly refediuu lioiilt were iuite luieie-tlng., '* I HviTrmnnloifduring\! her ladyship's self supporting or too bud MI'be
Vnlng' tiright und rally absence and while compulsion causes j'' reached by kind firm u-ertm..l.." -
during! the delude period and the divisions. of the fishing fcaumIt "
.,. }' are at l present employed I In malE illl( ::1
. |preparations fnr an approaching conKolldatlon "
of forces. The pole, hook -
and line brigade have rallied their
watts-red. force and, In conjunctionwith ;
in California
the frying anticipate I |pun making division. the and finny|Mmrtliih <- Opportunities ,

tribe > ield lip| the ghost. or submit |It' .

d rapture I Kiiklo| In. company with Raymond The trade in the Orient, is opening' up. I "" :

I 1..11..1.. paid our frituid, Arnw a.:>undn ,r +
lull on the (Kith( irmt., "we" found the :
Our China
gentleman! at home ants with his rueloinai ] exports to Japan'and multiplied __.

v courtesy nducu-d u* over II .
the last
!portion of hU laice' pUntatiOn givinuconvincing I during year {
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proof' of IIIM abilil} UH ufviiner ,
and a 1I''wrull'ruvldt'r of thaooil < I There'will soon be a tremendous increase in ;
lhln of .IIIw' ,1. \ r"Ie '
him) u. .It'lflll h engine! ( the \place> which -- the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with. the Far .
he unfit folfieial I Ilur\I "'I'Ii. :Milluylie / .. ,
our former lax asueHnor.h East .. :
", ...H<( .1'plantation j..mn the Governors t
hut uNo' In-en the recipient uf a visit
for the who lives thereVhy '
fioin Kaklo during. the l'IL..I"'f'k; we Big opportunities man ,----- = :

fouiid hhll'plt'lL..aotly. located _not veryIse :
\ look the field ? :
not '
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/front the. lake In an apparentlyuWk -
house. which one ot the finest
hits
flowliiu well c''nm-c.luIIII that' It hasever Only $62.50, Chicago to San Francisco or,Los f
IH-I-II- HMT good Iurtun,, to fome

In he coiitat-t flow In with free -duiinir and onllniioii a wailn".spell the Angeles and return. May I3 3 9, 10, 11 12; 13, ::

watts! : having( B" llu'l tinge of aulphur. -' -. ,jr June, -J.ugust7. 8r/ .10I 1- 123 -- :
30 3
but not ItroQIleno to.Inter-; 29, ., ,

tells! with its extreme refreshing qualiliiCH. and,14 Tickets good for return :.for QOdays.jAngeles ; oc ':
. It U ununjaHfoliU 'fur its depth I -.r'' ." <1905. : , ; ; :

and hate feininds found at different one,of the time.springs.'' In north WI I I ,) : !";; ;; ;' ';\: :R' t fc'r1i1> > dotll>l ib LU'6't.u''$,; a :: h-ifo'rhlblc' tourISt -

j."rllla l"A1r. lfuahry'H: i silo,I former I '( :
IIfIIIMtlLnt I postmaster at':". KlHslunnee is I '''' ", :J.t 'slee fromliic' *!) to"\')San IyTancisco; Los: '
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.III, log with tie I father at present and I .' .,. '
expect to remain there some lime.Ui : Santa Barbara"andmany other points, >
his health which i
t'II"'II\'UI' lo improve
duties at the piUHtoltlce. had acmes' hathaterevl in Californiaonly "Through tram .service from _l(
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The La oie: r institute h.M.a taxider- Union Passenger Station, Chicago via the-, - : .. '"
milt department (recen I ly formed ) con- .
elected with Hi_ urll'.nlzallon; Kirby -
smith haH been appointed chief of this -
division, Ills last capture was a huge .
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rattlesnake 'which he safely housed. In Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul ::;

a Ixix; puhllo\ safety' deroarided its ... .1
HHCiirii-M and the rtptiU\ wa promptly "j

deHpatched.front again Swims on the strength comes "of to this the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific .;Line : ,

capture and mentions a circumstanceIn
his cbrt-ei: he om-'" having a frie-d 0 ..4;'

h>' the tim' of John Ray who was r'
mottle thirty-live years of age hut had This is the route of The Overland Limited, leaving,Union ,

never had a shoe on hi' fool one day Passenger Station Chicago, 6.05 p: m. and The. California i
his friend
he Willie; came In company across 11.with larire: rattlesnake Ray Express at 10.25 p. m. The California Express.carries: tourist ,. ;

said Hay declared he d not ask that sleeping cars to California every day. Both trains carry -.!
neke any oildn. approaching the '
snake Ray raised his toot and pre- through standard sleepers.! -

..en\.t'd\ the bottom of it 'In a bantering ,.,
way- !Stntms sad the rattlesnake .
struck the l boot three times and 'It did' Complete,information !tent free .5
not hurt his friend any but his. fins k.- 1 on receipt of coupon with blank Name '.'
ship wept off with a bloody nose I hoes filled., It

far The more present agreeable weather than conditions during are the' I. W. S. HOWELL; Street address .'-t

y rainy period the .sun Is quite warmx O n1 Eastern(ent.aI' Broadway, :)
there is almost NEW YORK CITY. :
but in this locality an
State
City
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continuous breeze which I't'nder.t.he or w

shade cool and pleasant I F. A. MILLER, :';
Indicate thata Probable destination .
Reports from campbell . .
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On rml Passenger Ant,
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sneak thief has been committing CAUFORK'A -- ;
CHICAGO. 1;
d"n. adatlonson llev. Mr. Strickland's I
cash drawer suspicion appears to -
centered white man. The I
have on a .. .
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: Klss.lrnm66Nall6U OazettT (e VI'aie7theTune'r. Orlantlo.1 tf Born to Mr. and ,Mrij C, Buckles" ;, were, Informed this morning.thata --

: Dr. and MrI. ''M. J:Blcks and Min, .on Sunday v8ept<17th ,a son,, :. boy eight or ten,years of age, ,who t ,
.UEI HON NO'official .tt. Orate of .
Jolll spent:, the said be ua
afiornoon in Joseph :Jones Esq., of Orlando, was a son of Frank Evans;
Orlando last Saturday. was In ,!town. ,last oight, on business. who wu going around .the street' ,
B1.INHKD; EVERY FRIDAY;, ,80ft sole baby.shoes'at with his arm broken, and in a deformable -' ,
BY.W . Dacp's. Miss Lbale Carson left last week for \ ; condition. He told someone that
a.' H..-.......... The Open vioUifon of ibe city ordinance College, Park Ga.. Where' she' will attend be fell from a wagon< about a week: ago
= --. bjr.rtdoir! blojcles 00 the side <;ox CoJlewe.Mr. ana brolre his arm- and that it had

Ws>ath.f- Report. walk should be stopped; Joseph Lucas, a popular knight had po attention, whatever.W.LVanDHZor&Co.. .

".1..S Ts.rsaT _W..s KSI/III. Send us your job printing. ." of the grip, from Athens, Ga., was. in. H., ,C. STANFORD ,
TMOMOAT ."...... .*",(. 14. *,ob.oi.x. town this week. > '
Morgan Bas has the bicycle
purchased
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Nla. Rain. store from W, Bv Johnson .pad! Mr. C. D. Carrot returned 'yester; .' : TM FIRST oticftiuTon tow PUCES. INUee1iMlt; / 1
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day aftet-noon "
'all. will asume charge nhxt Monday. : from business trip to i
: .Jacksonville.Mr. l I "
tx t4 . "Wahlfor the carload of horses that .! ..... : . '
S. L. Lupferreturned last Dla-bt. ,rag,, .i. to' 744 are being .brought here 'by Dr Phil! ., '
a r ,'.. . II '7S 10 lips. It will pay yfru to do sSf from'a ten. days visit to his old hone .BROKERSREAL .
d.. ... Me 72 16 Pennsylvania... '. "
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.. .-itueadaj J: 8. Walker on, ..f D.. toller"* SUverwa're ASK OUR; PRICES ON :
... ON7 7Ar.4. prominent business men, came' up on and Cutglass, suitable ESTATE
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71 for wedding ,Rifts and birthday >reseats -
the steamer Fty>eada., last., week Ao : :\ .rl .

'J. A. ttiMWON.! P..K. transact;! business In town.'. at" KATZ S. AND .INSURANCE,: . SUMMER'. "
.. If have send Jt B. Rlnaldl, an Italian\ of Sanford 'GOODS'
_' you any laundry to I .
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r- ;. 'and w.n..I1o "dune up" is preparing to" open a fruit Wnnnr .. . .
|Our' rat 's for Insertion'of advertiseent aaay In good stand in the old rest roUm.J.C.Wallaoe.has ' .... .. .
among/ the, reading/ ''matter 01Lls shape, phone the City Bakery: "' .' H' ":
M. D.. D. D. S..
accepted a'posl.Lion l. .
paa-It'l. ten cent per line each.i.i Assistant Postmaster: 0'PJ"Hugh'ey with the Orlando -* ,
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has been lit for the past several day, Reporter and ,
rtoh.! /. and jjurlutf bin absence Miss Genejra will begin his duties next Monday. PHYSI6IAN AND SURGEON.. p- : n

Simpson has been assistingh r.father.. Cash Sale of, Figured Lawns at DENTAL SPECIALIST. .. "

aooooooooooooooooooooooc If you want Comfort and !Service Kali's, for week commencing Monday. KIssimmee. Fla.. "
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25th. at half prices KATZ. I
Phone 41 and 07.
combined buy yourshoe's from Stan- ,
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Local' ford.. J. McPUatter Is butldlncr packing. '

On the first of September J. Z.Rtib-;\ house In bla--grove t.-S'hlngle (;:''et>k. HARRIS' SANATORIUM.. ... _. -
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r ers')n purchased the Interest of his and will pack and ship his own fruit. .1. Off. R.1- HARRIS.SUROERY. i ..
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this. season.. AND ,> '
partner, Dr. F. O. Thomason. In the QBNBKAL MBDIC1NBS.
Fewer gallons'wear;' longer De.oe drug business; and bas named his Mrs. J..VFeeler, I arid Mrs. W. S. Office Hours,11 to 1,4 to..,
store Roberson's Pharmacy. Graham and clStMi-en arrivedSatur- DR..N. M. HCQQIE.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. S. Carr visited t day night from Live Oak on a visit to BYB'U.Jil05B' AND TKROAT.Offlo. .
rlando Monday, w. Dr. P,Phillips'' will bring a carloadof relatives and friends here' Hoarm,8-M to I,I to aOpLANDO. SShoes-
the best horses that was ever .eeo' ... m "LOfll'DA.pMHOMAIION I : Douglas .1
White Star Laundry-CITY BAKERY.,
In Klssioainee, Wal'for'him before. Hftther than carry them over we will, '

I' Mr. J. A. Andersen was an.OrlfndictvUltor . ) you buy., '. beginning lawns with at Monday half former 25th, sell allfigured Pllye'c', .. ..4 S.,....
Monday Achias Bass Is becoming'quite a price. .- ALL OALLs A"IWCBSB.Rsld '
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TheCfcuh'Birgaln aIs I the place factor In the "local cattle market. KATZ. .....'Pboli. 33. ; _

|to get! .choolrupplfp.. During the past year-he has sold overhead J. W. M(Her..''expects to l leave tomorrow Of f lc.'PII....133. . *
1.000 of beef cattle for which night for St. Louis to purchase '1C18enn'ltr.ru. _ .T
Csjit.. an'd Mrs. J. P. Sharp visited he has received about 20000. a carload of horses for his livery "- -
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[Orlando Wednesday. __ and sal. stable. J M., WILL50N; JR.,
Fur particulars about laundry work ;
A rood quality 30 In. Sheeting atC phone the City Bakery. Our boy Is Miss Sue Watson and her mother S NOTARY PUBLIC;,. )
Stanford. for 0 cents. always ready tocall and .get your returned borne Wednesday afternoon. l STATE AT LARGE. ) ,

Mr' 'and Mr*. M. N. Over street. 'ol ackagea. after spendlng'the summer with relatives Real Estate Agent. n.

[Shingle: visited Orlando Saturday Mr. F. W. Hill .sailed from Liver- and friends In Georgia. KISSIMMEE. ,- FLORIDA WE LEAD IN SUMMER :

Smoke Key West Havana, the best pool several days ago and Is expectedloinelo lionand Mrs. C. A. Carson left ,
160 Cigar onUhe market. a short Irae. Ue has been on the noon train yesterday fora visitto DR. J. 'W. /SIMPSON: 0". i
pending the past three months v1l...- relatives and friends In. Georgia. ... ,
Mr. W. D. Johnson'went up to lOll the scenes of his boyhood In They will be absent a week-or ten days. DENTIST.. .. "
[Jacksonville Monday on business. 'Merrie. Kngland.: -CLOTHING /*
H. E. Willis and family of Bralden- Office over Oeceola Pharmacy.. .
I Ifyfiu want bargain\ you can lint! A'carload, of good horses will 'be town, who have been visiting relatives : 1
1 them at the Bargain Store. here to a few days. Dr. Phillips has aid friends the city for the Oman! Bouas. l P &'., in. to'12 m.

The Postofflce 'at St. Cloud w.-dls- gone to bring them.back. Don't buy. past few days, returned home Wednesday '. .. r "1.30 t.o 6.301.' m.
Telephone No. 76 ;J hr.
till load morning. ,
| continued Wednesday Sept., Otb.p you see bj -

' 2 Florida ponies for sale at $25' pet Mr. Reginald lam Radel,from Ire-Cadman MontrealCanada returned > Jesse Reese a.died well yesterday known and Industrious 1iIl4l44144llHttil4Htl411r !! '! !! '!! ,
Saturday morning. -
! headyounttand gentleL..P. U OMKX!: negro == :::::
severalweeks {
where he has been for He was stricken with p&ral.1.I11Wednesday :
Mr. O. F Krlbbs ot Narcoossee; visiting old comrade, who afterroon, and !lingered -- M -- Ilenthe Full Name p
! was 'a prominent visitor In t.wn last. was with him in the- SOuth African until tbe following morning. r- -- Always. ,
w:: &. ==
| Satllrd., Boer war.Stanford -
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Manager Morrison is having the -
Stanford has an 'up-to-date line ol has the Buster BrownStocking Opera House replastered and gettingready --" -0. -- ftromo e
[ Men's lists. Neckwear .Ao. tor boys and girls. None for the winter business. Ue b.. == ::::: Laxative Quinine
better. booked already a number /good attractions . r ,. -.r. -
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Charley Moon left Tuesday for .We are requested by the ma'yor to for the season.LOST.Leather E -. ==

i college."Dorothy Oxford.: Ga., where. be will attend warn those persons who have been In pocket. book withantla =-:: :-::: Cores a Cold in One Day 'Grip'in Two.
from the .!
a habit of going: In bathing Kamnla adv inside containing/ ::::: Confectioneries ,== ,
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Ladles shoes hai -"altogether" .
Dodd! city dock in .haLl.bey
j.the style.none.better. at Dann's. must provide themselves with bathing H5r-one' return W and to Dr.one F..10 G.blll.Fludarplease Tbomason.- == Soda. :: Water == '

I llnMaude Thom..on baa..II'.one t.o suite"" or seek a more secluded place for == gild == I .t8. oa'" ,
Fuller has Interested
Uielr..ablutions.1 Mr. R. D.
[Atlanta&to att dT ihe TTnnJrer-ttonw If you need a good horse don't buy seme3.nWaliarborpeople In his or- E Cigars. == .- :Z;;:

[school. them before you see the'carload that ante lands' near winter Hatterjrvnd; -.. .... umimn J 1T11mfttmmnlTtmflilftntillmTrnll41imtimw" ' "!' t t
lOc figured lawns Be.;. 15o figured is coming in & few. da,.. will start In soon to put fifty acres or f: .1.?+ :::::
[lawns.,7o.; 20o figured lawns 10c., .'orweek DR. PHHXIPS. more under,fence and plant It In_citrus" ==. 01VB US A CALL' -"- =::3 NORTH KISSIMMCtf$ _?. ANON B N. 8j = '
I commencing Monday 25tb. Cash 4 fruits. :::: WB CAN PLBA.SB YOU ,= .
'Friday
i for this sale. KATZ: Mr. M. Katz returned last -. ", -
night from the eastern markets, where We hive ben having splendid -- c w; GRiFFiivTfancy ;
Mrs. li M. "' .'r.b'of Green. Cove he purchased large stock of dry weather. for making hay. the past two Miller'' & Ovpfstreet 2Phoa

Springs vlsitm her.pare.nts.bere. ,a few good. notions etc., for the fall anv weeks, and our farmer have been g (ff
j days this week.8e ._ winter. trade. Mrs. Katz, who accompanied taking advantage It. There will = 3 == :)
him wilt remain few weeks probably be more hay. 'saved In Osceola Eam11yrocerksJ
..the new_ line Shirt waist at this season than,' ever 7ti11UIt11tt1lUlUltlt ltlW111a l (
,
Stanford's.. ""; 'h - '" 'r longert -:,.,- __ _- before.J. county.- '* - . .
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FOR SAt.E-lae": of cattle or hay c
Howard K.-Ief.. Sunday night for scales, 6,000 pounds capacity. Applyto R. Gilbert Sr. has moved his .
; New York to resume hie. studies of W.' B. MAKINSON Cp. family Into Mr. Will Gilbert's new

Mining EnlllDeerlnlrCohll.. bJa house on main street,' and Mr. ;J. 'R. I" F'RES:3MEAT.: "
University A very pleasant party, composed of Gilbert Jr., Ismovelne Into,the houserecent a _
Mr. andTMrs.'J.b.. Bryan Jr., them. Mr.F.. pBfiP "
prices ( vacated 'J .
You will find and goods Misses Helen Carson 'and Albert br w '
right at Stanfords try him. Mlddl bro(>k., n afewday.''ove SE. ? IoUMd.7liitll
Illnton Dr Simpson and WoodflnCarson.left Into thethouse vacated by J. R. Gil 4A ) Plivery' everyday, at any hour ; ,patronage .,
)fr.- M. D, Tlndall.. i _prosperous Monday for the sand bert J
', farmer and cattle man of Narcoossee hills west of town. to spend a week on r. LULULUltitilLUitt1ULuluLUuUIULUltitlllll1ULULULU
; was greeting hi* many friend, In town a camping expedition. In renewing her'> .subscription the : '
[ last Saturday. Marshal Williams, arrested Joe I Valley Gazette. this week-Mrs. B. F. : I : i '

'Crockery, Granlteware Tinware,, Holmes alias. ; 'Geecbee.waoteol" last week reading Hall, ,_Jr.th. ?says paper"I when alwa I lived there, mnininimmfinitninTninMiiniHTntmmmmnHnmni' > ? : :

' and Glassware cheap at' the.Cub.D'"-. a negro who was by the authorities but doubly appreciate it now, since
j gain Store. of Polk County; and.deputy we have moved ,-away a* I K h
Sheriff Harden came up and got hima touch with what I.lolntr on, In dear --: I QLTYBAKERY.;
The Rev. David D. Kldd will hold few days ago. / "'"- r "o > I i. J
its le. :
services in the Episcopal Church on old Klsslmmee, and. peo '
Morning Service at W. B. Maklnson returned Tuesday -
| Sunday Dex .. -'f '
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j 10.30 Kventn$7servioe! at. 730. r night from. business.trip to Kansas Mr. L. W. Pilley returned Sunday . : : :
; : ;;
hadbeen ; :
City. New York and other Northernand night from Baltimore where she ., J '
. ,Before ,spend1hr'youf: nooe,.-. See Western points. On his way back for the past ten day purchasing '" ==. t.FRESH.
. new goods at, Stanford's. he came by Maryland where Mrs her fall and winter stock of millinery; SCHOOL OPENSSEPT:91TH.1945 ::::: -- .
she a large ..
Mr. W. :J. Waring/ returned Monday Makinsuoand the children have been Mrs.beautiful purchased '
'
\' night from New,York, where he! spending the summer. and brought: and. line of millinery while ; ,

, bad been to .purchase his falland. them .ckwltb, him, away.tB"'and ladles will of have Klsslmmee some eye when openersfor they. BREAD,. :CAKE ,

f winter. stock' of /goods. Mr. Richard Lykeg-'was here Tues- arrive. She was assisted In making + : '
The City Bakery) is agent for the day to receive a bunch of beef cattle her-purchase by Miss Edna Guafney ,.1. AND PIES. EVERY. DAY,
r White 'Star Laupdry. -the best in the which the firm of Lvkes Bros had puschased an experienced Baltimore milliner, ,- . . -s
Send little'ones to us
State. from Mr. Robs Donegan as whose services Mrs. Pilley has secured your STR1 I
Doe LlgbMey was a passenger, on agent for G. W. Hopkins. Mr. Done- for tbe season and who I*expected for anything in, the way, of E' -AGENT. WHITE "LAUNDRY._ ; 3

[ the steamer Lillie 1 Tuesday, returning gan had.tho loaded. and cattle shipped here} and they] to, arrive the first of October. Slates, Tablets, Pencils, Eta.,, ,== PACKAQK8' OAULKD,' -,POR' AND DEUVtRDv" =-= Ml' .,
-Tuesday -
I from a visit to his.home in Bartow to were t . ,. .'.I t. ly.
numbered ead Duzor returned d' -
The bunch 167- of fine "> W L. Van yesterday and we will see that they get1 -w; ;
this ranch at Turkey Hammock.:
beef cattle. from Glen St: Mary, Where: be UlNE" OI ,LUNCH '
the for sell 'nothingelse. &SAYS TALKING.ABOUT A FINE! ? =3'
we'
I. l OJTFIne Watch ItepiirloOuar had been-to look over "t.be''nursery ,best ; '
I anteed to pass the railroad inspector.. When leaving Klsslmmee .in tbe stock of O. F; Taber, who conducts a E; GOODS. CANDIES.' ; ,NUTS.&O.. ., WE'11AVE'THEMf, == ,
, MAX AUSCHWITZ. spring Mr. Bender requested Postmaster largenorsery at that place. In speak .:. == ;

' 1,F.IrCommissioner L. VanDuzor until bl*Simpson return if to it keep took all, a barrel his mail to ing of the magnitude VanDuzor of the Glen elatesthat St. FIRE LlIIIB'ox E. 'FRESH*ROASTEDEANUXSALUTHETIME. 3 .. ,

(has received ..'.Iot.' of premium lists bold it. Upon his return this week he Mary nurseries. Mr. budded STATIONERY. JUST, t1ECEIVBDKissimmteDrug! '
400.000 :
[of the State Farr for distribution.. Anyone called at the office'for his mall, -when be seen raise which peach re ; tLi1IuIttlit1UltltU11UUUUU1LU111U1tiLtLllliil1UtltlIULU1U

Interested. can get one. by calling Capt. Simpson rolled outs good big' quired trees In 300 one bushels field.to'' of peach seeds. Co 1 i 1 { 1 1 rl

lat bis office. barrel, which'was filled to. the overflow Qe also aaya'that they also propagate . .,. . ,
'''FOR HALE.: -Two horses and buggy.Tor with papers elroul..1e..ter.into! : 100,000 rose bushes a year, beside I tHigh
further. Information. apply( to Mr.'S. B. Story, one of our successful which they do.a large business , Phone 41. ,
W. J.' WARINOCapt *- farmer; and wool-grower, was In olrtu nursery stociq-and employ: 1p or .

Clay Johnson Is havlnir 'a town Monday and stated. to i. representative 80 men. ioooooooo "

ou.e built on his new' barge, which of this naper that be adJu.t Z. C. Cbamblls. of I Ocala, was ;
,Mr.
.... .
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.. this harycited his crop of corn from + -- Grade
b..ullnaor..oll.
e will use for here Monday and drove down to Canoe I.a..a..a. Whiskey
sason, |In order to protect'the fruit L twelve acre field which yielded him Creek where he ..recently.'purchased W. H. TOWNSEND. \ ., ' .
ifiO barrelThere Is no reason why ,
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tbewe..tber. for
m i bo3y of land pasture
a large b _
our.fanner. should buy western corn II ,_ JEWELER I
I Ladles White Lawn Shirt Waist* attantgrdsat when.they.can raise it that way purposes.. The object of hiss*landl after wasto AND W _TOHMAKER ... N

| -l 60aand-up.. see them.: ,MTs Martha Dupree the elocution the see continuous the-.condition rains that have. prevailed I 2O-YEAR .TH.E" '-OA-i: :: ,;

J .Jack Hancock has. recently over teacher in the nigh School wa taken here this summer. H* expressed ,.. ;
iauled his naptha launch, the O ce- 111 with typhoid fe.er. and left for himself as very much gratified. with/ GOLD FILLKO OA8.. .'5 JBWBl' .. \ ..r.. . '1
la, and fitted it' up for a pleasure her home In Georgia last Monday, bl. visit and said :that whereas' be ELGIN OR WALT+4AM.. .its h
oat. The launch 1* .30 feet long and where she spent the summer. She only expected to find It mostly: under water "
ipable of accommodating about returned from Georgia < few days ago be found, that ia the past'few dry I Near Passenger Depot; Kisstmmtie' } ,

.ilrty, persons.-.'-" , to take. up-her duties. in the schooland days the water had all run off and his '. Hotel'and' .the 'Qravel, House..\ : ,: ,, 1 1L

Col T, L. Wlllson of Bartow came It 1* presumed that !she contracted the land were in good .b.pe.fol". pasturing -. ,{ Jf 't' x
i with Mr. Fred McConnell on'Mon- disease while there. She was aonom purpose' .
ty and went down with him on the panted home by Mrs.Henry Fountain The water,hyacinth.are again cause k 4 'BKARDBH: :, :;Proprietor.:

{ earner Lillie to Fort Gardner Tue.1. .- who i* a trained nurse, and went alongto ins a great deal of annoyance to St.' 'j .. 'Ii
Mr. Wlllson went down to In- look after ber-wants while enroute.tier John river steamers and tugs. .The F ,
.
wet a 12 acre orange grove, which many friend here bone for her a praying has been stopped by the gov- '

i and Mr. MoConnell...reoently bad. .speedy recovery.Capt. .' erment. In tbe course of tenor twenty ,t Wont have the largest stock of.Wipes!Whitfkiei l it
-need at. Gardner M. Johnson la some" funny year toe wovertnent may< be induced t' "i!
'll..C-.8tanforth..IAlI4g( b1. experience to-relat, In his work, of Lo run a pipe line from the Indian I' and Beers; 'eTu'.bandled". Sa KI..JQlm All,,

jsent R store for his, taking a'' census"'of- Lee' County, river near Eau Galll and pump' saltwater Kf'Ad..t.prlce'to "soli the time., r . ,
room Inadequate ..
lake
miles Into --
born? he -three or five -
owing business, i* preparing to cut where were :you inquired. -." ;
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between of an old, lady."In" .., WMtbe Washington,,, .the .conre* 'of the St. '- ...
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[ U and the loomoccupied
Johns... This might have the desired ..
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> reply .'where were your parent .... ',
by Thomason Rober- of the of the '''' .
? ''"don't know.'WreU.y: effect reducing growth '. .' '
and born :HT..O -
both -
Ute store room tor.his. !' and nth.. The praying. In which "wO"K .,."ywA t '
k. la-Florld.u.J'No.. replLbe ly ;rc-a- .=: : ..
Tbomuoa A Roberon will born : .. -i.a. .i .A.rf'l" F' .
e their stock of drugs Into the old lady' "I think lODe wa born MNockate '' many thousand don.w..tecliw..a ; .. FINE UN. p." '.*.SOTAOLBI - ". .. : .
Idlolf next to Miller -50.er.........'. and the other M .Orlando, the merest- child' .play.Tituewille '" B ....'.EXAMINED PRBB ,
Star.
feot.loner7... ,-Fo., .Meyer 1'ross... .. ,. ." u >
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.her evident to' the faithlessness loul. mnithart.-cut "'." -f'-- -, KISSIMMEESTEAMER ''.


; idiffe': Widow ? ":No. do not stop yet; once more! ,
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: or round" .8 she made a slight iPotlon

dt't'ptonC's as' It 'to mop! ; ; and lie continued-.. to low,. ING, J RIVER: -- : OTJTE.


Q, -" .... ._-- -' "If forbidden
,, '. \ Ii' C :I'' . l least'.accept friendship tie most devotee orb i. ,9 I STEAMER LlL1.'l'm. !: KO3EADA, "

1& Johnson Jr
day
C.PC.n
:1.J' LruTiTOfrbti Sr
"\ 'see and understand! all;, anal re Captain Clay Johnson .

.t I] ] :the FnerrlO. member If I .ran lit any way, lighten 3000110\)10-rrofessor\ tl falilbeck families' Sweden says there while are in t 'Regular vtekly trips 'and to Balslllrer arrives: J'.llIlmmeerlda7 aid return. ROle.da eventDCSpeelal :leaves. K1sst.

:= ) :; cx your sorrows you. way command. my. wee Tuesday morning the Ullle
** S life:" Norway the'ro nre only ,five noble families Chart Ttips to iAk60koeehobee and Fort Myerf on '
which: the difference reasonable.JThe .
amply explains Rates
< pamcaters.
for '
He ber
presse4 passionately to' hisheart. Comfortable accommodation
".'Ltii.fttlSdf't( ..J".TJ1It'ZftJIJLL '
I .In their lll-natcbed union.Vlillc .
)
. < most,plctureo.ue Waterway to.Florid: .. '

,,f a a "jSJaJor'vX>,nPteI, ; >liauiien.: tnfeja too \ ' pursuing-1001le' the other ror ..Pulellgerand Freight. Pates apply toCLAY SR\ .

&- --. ,- ._.._ __ ._ h much," the returned, stoppeng".Resolutely n JOHNSON: proprt.tor.
11,1IIUI". Del/ sour( of Tarls, broke ..
J "On board "JJllle.: ., Ktsstramee.. FIa ,,
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A'CKXANOE through the floor of her room und 0'
C. MO. .
"You disturb and . "not torR'E't' found In the hole a brass box contain . .
You shoulet t the obligation !
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lug sold,; l coins of tblt"pluo.ot $1000.; --.- r.-- '
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PART ]L CHAPTER I. S: ':'When last ft".e looked on a fair seen oft which ;you have yourself 4.. .. d '

together," beganH4' iah.useh, quickly, spoken. V,
l.ulJtiu
ued. "Some of the greet In the "
"I"scarcely'understanlyou., 'l'r'p4tls reservoirs '
"I was doubtful,anxious, but not hope ; .
"I bad noldce, an obscure town like less! neVer; to speak In nvcli a ,,"'''10 ap.ln, country district that!' supply certain When can -, ***
c Bernstaelt could turn out no line a display Knglit-h: ; ; cities vilii their water ..linvoliiwiuic.
,, ''''b) weiH! yon so unsympathetic,. sa "And B,) good-ulgln! : ; I au'wcnry, veryjrearyJi JO' .PRI-N'TIN"
said. Stelnhausen. wbo bad.coritrlvod ; ,jncouuiTunlcatlvet.A...word explano ... _:-..-..-..-' -.-* _. poi':ulom. liret"!,
L *. ,to-s eure4'a- table' 'juiltedttr'rr tlonrtnlght have} sated me, much suffering. There 'was abound a*! of tens, In tbo! Titer fowl nail ore 'well stocked wltb you want : otins. II

tele4-tete'supper, and wi II attendlnra.lIduoUII"to : '., voice: as the vaiilsicd: from him., inluaM, Hull. Pricea.
tbo'wants: of his 'companloi ; nil kinds 'of' Prlr.tinjr at. Reasonable.
We do
"Now a real barrier exists/ between '\'hat an acgurcpel foci I well to : .

"1I re'). to our speedy. and complete, usi! I: suppose an Insurmountable one,*' IItlrQe: ( her." well t'iu' .. : reilec.tleu .. In X'oYthcrn New 55onMnd' rcceutly n .. ,. -0'i- ,

"Ye. ," aIIl( _,eye!! v and had Stein asjiclcoltc' :: after her. 11111 h'e. woman loccrtr\ her hntbTtftuudruff ; .. \
fusionTo disturbed' be "'I r tI.. tlako tuttcrs: etralgSt: toraorro .
ft,' United Gcrmanyr Ch, rnWnoOuadlgeT uauseii been less mightbare ftwny\ a,'llli' another mall/ A 1I
observed that the "yen" "'all'n ; A: (iiilive court, llue l lliN UfHcrled litmlinixl 'half'an y
I think disposed > THING* IN PORTRAITS.I
Is'wcll !NEW
Saxony
Interrogativethan. afllrnialive' ; "tUctt ""'1 ntut ;vrjn Ier trlcnCalI: ;?; better lior of I that- what I tell you Is true In
to test, under tbo shadow! of theY \''pf, Buttle and money ,for "lack I
must the barrier." half a loaf than uo 'I':1d.: : (hour I must crave "permission' tc ,
respect
rou
Black: ;piffle. innvltnl authority. : !iiotNiclnjc" .able .lo, i I The Smile! Is No Linger Proper In '
It was the Warvst apnFoach to a rebuke \It! the,nhluia u, Cuf-trtps.'t: THtttsvroujr. retain his ,..ICI.."' nee you again.
"You think\ 'of she said, in-a'toric'' nho had uttered, acd before her ( : .',niel: against; order: ; nieln lx-1- r I : PlottT'plI! ) ; When she left the Czar she at once f'
H of dissent, yet not refusing to clinkher : ;;. Ler.1 Lave !half nind'ta; : T.e: fascinating smilo which might and
could reply she went on: a fcrbhl tte A Iwifjiyett County farmer, whose' fought out the officer In question !.
bis. .
glass against
{I; ""That 'Is deep-rooted "It Is not prudent for cither cf us tc ,sleighing ,wrty ta-n t -cri4v.-," sh4.;''. were; lirlul killed by wolves, f gcrvo as an a veriltenicnt foj: a patent I handed over_to him a .package of, pa% ,.+.. ;i
conceit.
to You account your.for.air shades of national remain here.. Praypotue, + downstairs. "G"\"c a wliclccur= Uerr Doctor. ; it cowered a lamb's VIM-CIIKH with strjcb* tooth aift? ; is golni.out of fashion as '' fete. InipreHKlng upon} hhn-tbat on 110 "

11\11\ In.. dattfrs:: not to me." nlno ono! nlglit: rtiid left It outside !Ills a \\101lA photographic portraits t>t: I account must he allow them to leave
teeilng'ln the least offensive! to
way She'.ro-enterNt: the cardrooci, and a: "Vt"iat; I.i cpoil? ; roieltotiVhj; % J-ou flicvp\ ) pen, flip next morning ninerend 'I 'women<<: according to n Chestnut street his person "Keep them with you" i
your self-love Stolnhausen : her > J:111'lt tic Ct: for active- service." photographer who does 'a large ,busl- : -
shows assisted to( take o \ \ wolves wero found within sixty she Bald! : "On jour noble person they
: "Hanover herself' a sullen Irreconcilable the cloak h<* noticed that sbo laO "Tho party: tc-t oiTo\r will bepracMvcll. II fret of the carciIIM.ausus City Star. I need among: he truly smart people. ': are' safe: In my hiding place they may toi li libe

,, -that'binds Is but a .u"(,row fa; turned very-pale. add her bands trcp', ..* said: a civilian standingnear. I ., "The Idea: inw," says this operator, i! fo.'nd;: ," Her fascinations were tooiniith :v

natlclsm, which her to the advantages bled. "is! to look_pleasant: of co.irue, and for I the oflUer and he agreed. t
The aria/ of a will known London
,'', ; of union with her powerful "You havetakea cold!I" lie erclalraed "Yes'" said Adjutant Stromer' ".''s. man might well Ue deiicrlbed nl'a fascinating If fc>4.in>lc, but wltlnnu.a) She then! returned to the Czar and at. ':f

neighbor "I should not have asked you to 5:3 oclthere .teo:1: or seventeen sleighs genealogical tree for it Is being rap !grin. Furthermore, to do away with once said l 'to' hfm: "I 1 beg that yourMajesty ,

,,, "Saxony", enduring he.r}: anguish) In ,.. I llerr llauptiuann Gberlng has consented idly covered WKh date*. In'addition the Inanity of tho merely amiable look will" \ now at once! summon this "
the silence of pride; i to '
her chains. supposed. hug' i "It Is Ilothln::, Kerr.fajor-n: momentary i to postpone 111* return home. In to his own and IiU wife's birth datesand' . I t t're'. should be In' the x-xpression I gentleman to your presence and that .y
chin.." order to Jola us." some of that suggestion) \ of mystery ''
tha record of their marriage' he you observe' closely the count's deportment '4
r 'Ah, :Major! von Stelnbansen> longyears hIs Oho 'curiosity, a
Ha, melne '!gulp FrelnCrnr cried I thought pretty wife would bus the name and date of the birth of umeihing to excite[ I and features when he JOe.a {

will elapse before tbe forced fusion the Burgomeister. a' little! breathless' :bring: him round to her wishes," Mid i each of his <:hl1drrll.I. hint of the 'Moulfufness' which all I me at your side." A few mlnutea a
exult In beefomes real brotherhood
you
from mounting the ttalr "I tan the Doctor, laughing. I.. "woolen are'IU ppos'd to possess. Some :dater the officer entered the apartment

been looking for you everywhere. "Well. !It is hard to say 'no: tal a creature women In trying for this expressionput and "hpn .he saw the 'Countess with' 't
"So'ouraaeu are still the 'lamer"be The Canard :'steamship '
Campania, on into lt
,
'llerr Major, you have' your horses like that. I altogether o much soul the Czar he realized the' state of affairs ,:
esclahned.f hero nlcht wahrT "How 'little they guess the tratl ,." arriving at Quepimtotfn on May 13, reported and the result la a picture which and turned pale with, terror ?
'ou'were nn. .
f *. "Would to' Heaven ) I "We' have just_ been 'arroagtng; ntlelghlng thought Stelnbausen. lli8'bitterness that qn May !8 a wireless long.llKtaiioc mifht do for the boudoir of a very "It Is as I Informed your Majesty," '
I +
.changed! In every way. of record was established. )11'11'"ntPII Intimate' friend but would be too self-
put for to-morrow-to Pal- superior knowledge a* be the Countess. "If you will, srareh '
sfild
"But Prussia'is right: to seize what ker'berg, Hen Adjutant Stromer will trapped himself in bls cloak before were r..eell'dlrt't't( from the rt''allnlror/: circulation among one's '"
him will find the proof It was +
,
ahe,desires at the most favorable moment. be Marconi station at r ildlm, Cornwall a The : of just yon .
acquaintances. getting
."": l the leader. You: will join us, will venturing into the frosty air found in one of his riding boots. The ,
distance of '
220O tulles it Is stated
"Now to of the expression Is one of the
r row noti"With dispose Stromer .and secure proper "
exiled
Czar ordered that he should be
Hesitation, delay' might have, blighted pleasure, gewiss! I do not to-morrow at least"cnar'Etc that the previous record' was about fine points of the portrait artist's < ti
i to Siberia for life', but there waa a
her hopes,. destroyed be prospects .:;:JOO miles : oilr" { '
rare what Klesburg-what the doctor .I)
i iays.
r. general Impression that he was m'tt.dered .
a. they' have done mine.' I
." Another comparatively! nt'w.thlng-In. '
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TitBits.PEARLS .
You cannot-affect to misunderstand II. In his cell.-
I' "He comes, too! He says It is all "Nothing doing" seems, modem i I portrait .work, -Is the use of another
.mef he added, as he caught/ a look ofa.tonlsbment J The morning after the Burgomela* i fitter when the .figure!; of the person
fight. enough: Is It slangy In the "CreeryPapers" i I OF THOUGHT. )
In her ter's' fete fulfilled the promise of the :
eyes. Is" all that It
to be
"W assemble at noon, here In the portrayed npt ,
. there is a lettpr'wrlttt'n to -
r' night : -
"You are a little enigmatical, I must market and"-to he !I previous I should be..The;: two( picture! : are readily '1
place, Lies as I
Thomas Creevy Dr. dated
by a Carrie Giving Is the secret of growing. 1
say, she replied, as a fat little man: I itiauptnann Brightstill: and wonderfully clear Joined together by the artist by
rubbed his hands
In uniform, c.me' almost at a run. E'xllltJngly-"the a perfect winter's day, a. though! bespoken May I, 1803.! HP i* referring to Nupflleon I methods' well known to all, and the Character i11liMt surmount custom :}

.. cross. the room to clink his glass another day has" consented. "to stay. over I for.a sleighing party, and nearly the: "We are alr-curscd: flatt here I resulting! finished work shows-the'por- Love lifts the limits from the life.. "./ .1
about IIP otlaOonll. Nothing '
gainst Btelnhausen's.. :all, Bernstadt turned cut to see ,the pjmniiet j, trait with an Ideal neck and shoulders face .f
So saying he bustled away ,to com doing. Everything stagnated. We Longer the; the less the faith
"So sl.d.to have us start I aif.
you among . which would be suspected
s plete-bis arrangements. t rhall ha't'0'1'. because It is Just the np\"er. There Is no letter way of saving .
llerr. weeks The 7.
gain, lleber Major. Six market place! looked --quite Some-
being those of another
"You will I be wlll I }person.
my companlon.. you most absurd thing in erP ou. your meal than rharlng your cake.
'a..l never tbougbt you would leave1 not?" asked Btelnhausen, eagerly! I crowded by tbe array of sleighs and tliiies. Indeed such n combination is ti
the Lazaret feet foremost" their:' horses He gives the world no kindling who
except "1-1 fear I cannot" said Lie., :iieslatlngly. gayly caparisoned and made for full-length; portraits, and no '
1.,, ."Thanks to ;your good. care, my tbe various OW t'UV'bo were 'generli.t LIFE INSURANCE JN CHINA. f one ,Is the wiser.-Philadelphia' Record always carries a chip on his shoulder.

fr1 i&" ly tho drivers also were gdiqg busily _Nan; who 'thinks has"tbdeffit
P.1 ene.:; a man be
"The of before' ,
party was spoken ttReeb" Rellalre.th. or Job a. ; "
.. Then clinkglasses to and fro from their equipage the .1 bonds will Had that be Is In
more peopia cam Ito ; supper ,a lid I,,1 promised the Adjutant ti a-Cast ire' Ulae.tloa! .
'and' Stelnhauren. to,rush' to him only Otto did. not I I entrance bait of the Burgomelsfot'g FEATS OF WOMEN SPIES. the-m. .
accompany IIveU'
to one or two distant tables to per-j think he could remain-but I'InJP house, where' the* ladles'-had aiin>; > ome In ,a the English letter to his friends at ', "Tbo best preaching of the Father In .

front a similar ceremony, and a break. .Qretchen wishes to go." i bled, arranging their "p'artle." amt representative In .of How Secrets of NlW'IstsVVsre Made Heaven Is the practising of Uie. brother

j' Sin his conversation wIth Lies was. ,unA'avoidable. A,''slight'sigh which Stelnhansen Interpreted I Assisting to take out the for and nuxjusurance coiujpnny, a Chineseport 1 I Known Jto Russian Secret Police on'E'arth, 4
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ails of
: the devoula3'! .by
s / hastily to mean that Gre.tcben -.::1| ;weeps with 1 which- "_eachwas plentlfu',11' '- which Thvyjnsurancet.; proposal. I. I "Russian history: during tbe J tt-zo' Some ot" us 'l ne'er know 'our. own::>':' ".

Perhaps this spirit of .nJoJ'meotJler? ,' the little, 'dark-eyed, .c! 1I-lIkl ';, provIdedV proacbed. or. :30 years would not ,have been -famllle! until we have to look up to .,
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i I
'tips-ft sudden': return more generous " wishes The aDowl.d'o..peeked. roofs, pro'Jectlng' what it been If bad been '
: were paramount, to "One of toy agents.,,:; he UP"j has there no Heaven to count them all In. :
ctna. '
food and drink than he.had latex;ri J ; | windows, quaint csrvedpln "'' Vera Sassulitcb.- whom nothing is '
comes In and .,: Tlease ,. ]If; wa. wilted on",the Lord .as much
been a accustomed to, combined with the'mixture I .What a scoundrel, to hare such 'aipearVanch ,;nodes and ranee, which make the wan tehee you como city side heard In tbcia i:. ot. bitterness and delight and not street scenery of old German towptI : Gen. at the has to wait on us we q
a priceless Jewel, one woman. Can takes insure, pid Trcpoff was only would
J "in
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.which arose from his meeting with, to prize her beyond all elsel! I I charming, sparkled in the noonday gin.! To which I reply, More better beginning of his career fsho was his growwonderfully' grace. i
k4 lies 'her all to1' sun; rosy-faced old women warmly Miserable thou art; whosoever thou
lq new condition, helped "Oh, 'I suppose he thought you did you.talkee mlsslssee come' mv side, Invaluable assistant .
excite In Stelnbansen a reckless deter, not ,care' about sleighing" suggested (clad In. woolen garments, looked pia.. catchee! chow (take dinner).' This being .1 TrepolT was the detested enemy of art whithersoever thou turnvst. Unless

urination to: enjoy this possibly lasts Steltahauseu., heart beating at" the [ICI(1I7.on as they sat, sipping smoklpo ,erran t'd, the lady nrrlTecJaher- ., the Nihilists, andbewtsyery-apxious, thpu turn-Jhys.elf. loOod.JC.eep.. \ 'u

chance of free Intercourse with his lost possibilities suggested.by-this, Indif_ .coffee.'.surronndedi.by their stock red "chair!, ,.-accompanied by -two maid servants 'To obtain 1-- Inside Information as to the heart free and lifted up to him.- ;1
"
- love, and, conte qn'll coute, to express. Terence < j ![apples, golden oranges, and great pal and her body servant. have. togo J .their'doings andi.belrplane.Sudden- Thomas. aKempla.Whenever .'

a 4 his feelings-" .her before they" I separ- .-' ,"Oh. b,'kncnu I like It-better than 'gree n cabbages piled op. In pseaaauti out and shake hands. violently with f I ly, one day In 1878. he was fired' at you speak, watch yourself

ated. .llmosf anything else" f masses of color, eartbenvare. felt myself then walk backward over the while driving. through the streets cf ; repejijance follows every word ;

Something In.her:manner and bear.' ."Can you not,manage to throw over slippers fowls, .UIt"Jn-thelr soft gray gangplank, while her molds/ hell her St. Petersburg lIy.no other than Vera which"' gladdens no heart Let every "

k' 'Ins gave him an undefined sense of en Stromer.. ois-.wlll yon leave to me?' I and brown plumage, glittering tin pan .along. Her feet are perhapo! und Sassulltch. She was rt once seized thorn which people sow in thy road {;l

I couragement.: '<
Jlls scarce-veiled admiration was.not Better stand." 1 1 :which must charm art strange hous- "Chinese ladles love to be asked.how the attempted murder of Trepoff be- ., I'

repulsed wlth'tthe'cold. 'dignity .be. "Ules.forgive lIe1; cannot call you i!keepers in Germany; potatoes, bright much everything costa which Is really ing tried In the ordinary manner but He who hath In him the eternal Iffier'

; :would have' expected from Lies as ai! >y any other name=you are nnspeak"In" '(colored wools for knitting, toys gin'I a nice fashion ..a.they wear lovely to the amazement of the public she though a beggar, naked and maimed

:wife.: ,. bl7.p-ueL. '. '. I 'gerbread. baskets,,and boots,.made. lajthe tuff. She bad gold bracelets' up to the was acquitted and blind,, before him heaven's gates

Js She was certainly glad to see him' a week or two I most rejoin my! centre of the apace a variegated/ middle of the forearm, valued IIt.U.200r On her release the Nihilists gathered open e>f themselves. lie Is no stfang-

i"' and even her contradictions and. con. regiment I may never.look upon your jarray, and in the Interval between the and ,pearls all over bl.'r.balr. worth I 'about her: desiring to admit sucha ,| er there, for the life that Js I In him:

N w tentlons were more playful and Indul-. iweetifaoe; ;again: Right or wrong, jboots and the footway the. line of jCtOOO.: Her' coat of lovely light cherry friend of the people to their closest i I flads there Its true I sphere and 'com- w

h Cent than formerly. '" grant me this hour,of happiness-com* sleighs almost encircled the marketplace colored silk took five months to weave acquaintance In this way she was panlonslilp! Ephralm Peabody

t "Why. had--: shw allowed herself to be> in my ..letgp."I ",/' 1 nnd cost a trifle of *8O. She tells me. admitted: to'all their private circles

t drawn'or forced Into marriage with a would be wiser+ and better I should! Nearly all bad assembled when Steinbansen she Is a No. :2 wife; her liunbaud hav-' and was made acquainted with tbelr A Clean Face.

d fellow In every way]inferior, to her? '_ .. 1I0t.".'she'returned in low tone, arid! I drove up lug four altogether. secrets. These she at once communicated Uncleanllness! of the '

Why had be (Stednbausen) not'sought Btelnhausen felt her:arm tremble !. He bad contrived almost to cover a ",y" have dinner of fourteen courses. to the Rnsalan governmentThe often the cause of complexion Is

her out more perseverlngryT' ; his; -'and yon-you must not. ought hired sleigh with costly furs, wblle his She smokes cigarettes all tbe time truth was that the whole bUll Tho become.unsightly blemishes.

4 Ny Life bad evidently gone hard Wlt.bj) hot; to forget the barrier of which yoo servant bad seen to the'decoration vf sail l I have to hand her every dUh niy- nees. Including the attempt on his life, pores so- logged withatmnspherlc t

{, ,the,kindly.family of Bergfeldeesls ) spoke." *: ',the torse-a favorite with master and self, and she has to rUe and bow. was faked by Trepoff himself:and It Irrltate-d: In dust ,that they 1 become

_ d.+;. those sonny autumn days'of tour year ..They; paused. in the' doorway exchange 'mahj- and a large powerful animal .She drinks 'port, sherry, beer churn- was simply a clever ruse to get from through the their'work of breaking "'g

st back, and hence. perhaps this' accursed' ) these words, and the band just '(black as night, and fiery as his owner. pagne (at ... Od. .a bottle), and then the Nlhllim what could( not begot result A blockade and eruptions
good facial
marriage (then began the delightful "Boldafen vfttelnbausen b.tot been able to smokes cigar. After dinner ber uiuld In any// other way. Thereafter Vera obainpoo Ja
''t 'At he dro" awiy'wltbinty y basin and her 'Sassulltch! the made by melting/: pure rartlle soap and !
tbls.4to.Int Wedet-Yal.e.- ':make any move toward robbing Stro- /gives her a silver powder played part of government 4'i
to half
;, effort,'' those'whirling-Intersecting clr-1 i 8telnhaucn's. keen eye' caught tbfigure ,;mer of his destined partner but be box and combs and she does ber spy on Innumerable occasions. a cupful' of this liquid adding "

-I fsW I dee of thought, and hastened back td of the detested Hauptmann leanIng hoped by some*'I hair. Then\ I take her to the theatre,' There succeeded her as the Czar's one teaspoonful of alcohol. Apply to ;
; Impromptu stratagem the face '1 '
Jfr .Ids partner : l'r .over a batr on' which the pretty (to accomplish his end at the moment of and we eat nuts oranges and blscultt. chief spy .one Emma Bellomo. who, rubbing In thoroughly and '
,a l" Therer! 'ttl tL ""I think'Ihavl J little cousin wa 'sitting,' hit eyes'bear starting. 4 5e "The next stage, ,.-tblt t'I accompany became the Countess delta Torre. She rising hot water freely Rug away "

i 'touched glasses with all my BerustadC ing, attitude; all expressive of thewarmest ht'r'to a Chinese festival at a temple w'u a woman of great mental ability the suds with almond meal then bathe .'

?' acquaintances?,and. I ,may. repose my "*tenderest tt't'llog-be glanced B therefore pa sea to reconnoiter MP the rlv. r. After seeing a processionof and boundless ambition, and when.. the facefret/ In warm water and then '

self. st'bla 'companion,' and, saw that she,'. before entering tbe house, on the steps 21100 boats, ft"e1/ t and drank from her husband died she offered beT serv1eee'as.speclal with COld. For ordinary everydaycaeca.of /
of which h '
I ;"There. a beautiful moonlight view! too observed if. / recognIzed llerr Uaupt- solid silver/ dishes and cups, and with secret agent to the soiled countenance, the writ '",

;: I, from balcony\ next.the car4room "Well.: ,we \ thought Stelnhausen mann Gbering In .close aad animated gold chopsticks. There are eighty-six. Czar, and'soon became' Indispensabletothe i er can highly recommend the correct

.Are yon prpdentfto ttskceld'whll! ; rlthfajLI I-.Jb* eager fire of his nature: "I. ,conversation with Borgomelster.. courses (believe it if youcan), and they Russian "court. Whenever a.documt"nt complexion brush, uled'with. pure f f.
I you : 'a' convalewcentr she Aa ha made his way. to where, the birds' nests, doves' soap and hot water the .
are still . there no way of severing these tangled I Include shark's fin. bad to be secured she secured surface beIng -
,,, t [!lady 'of tbe house stood, various '"ex- I Olnk native rinsed afterward. A
asked. cords' ; .!;'gll.and{ other 1t1s1)rll'lI'e It'and she allowed nothing, not good-oreaou .
'clstnatlons reached ''
'tNo.: ? Mum d-St !nba t1Ie ;'with'"In, ''"Butbe'on"taer! ,' as.the. magic 0'.1 !' his 'ear wine and t.... Anotter houseboat even' a heft t>>stand In her way. By will soften the..kln.so that the pores, :1' '

1 tv y'egpre.alveglanee.' . "Nocold. will touch : the mush extinguished-; small. remaining Ach-,- It la too'bad.'tdo'exatloos.M"Such .arrrr.C:! mlo igldeV coijtnlning'' her husband one remarkable and dramatic coup can act .more freely. ry 1-:

sne\o-nlgbt.i"But 70 -*-" .He aught. : stock .of prodeac: mirmblo an leader aasgrselchneter.." Fwbrer"(ad. and three'singing girl'. one' ot early In her career she obtained tbe

apta; largo tor-lined.,mantle as thtfyj "At least' grant a last request' ; then Who: will rl'plAce.) blm whom he will probably buy as :No. 0. unbounded confidence of the Czar. Japan's Merchant Ships. "

passed a stand,.,fall of helmets .aDd; J worst criminals are not refused tbati';)' : rI "'1 ask No: 2If she 1* Jealous, and she Information had been received by tbe .In 1893 Japan had only 167.000 tons
the Hen
<# sallltary :cloaka. "You bays 'not, tbel : ; rOh. : Burgomclster him. 'Xo., not a bit,' and asks nl If Rustiaa secret
t '' | sn ;turn;-a rst, and perhaps a last, .elf." says police that a plot of merchant steunshlps, but by the
f rite aat..ard''aD4! at least tot another 101lt:-a. .ul e." , t. ( 'JJe >o. nl really'pretty' In iny judgment.It against the monarch was being ,hatched end ot'1904( ber mercantile steamship
is Just as asj-Stromer.
good
blessed hour you are my care.", : Ijles made"no reply, but as he put, ? is all the queerest mixture of moral conjointly la: Rome.and-Karls. It was fleet numbered. 1224 vessels. of .791,- / n

__r :,' i Lies made no reply and they' reachediH4 his arm round her she raised her band What ml.tortune.J 1 i bee happened and manner' UP to now we have suspected that the plpt was to tie carried Obi aggregate tonnage This after -

t balcony tit alienee.'.. '. ,"* "irr ::1 M'anti shoulder\ std: they"whirled away,. ,meln Here BurgomeltterT" asked jot even mentioned business, but after out through instrumentality suffering a loss of 71.000 tons was

< {fiteJDhaIlleD' 'ctrefully"wrapped1 I fficIoiak : regardles.... <*.of 'dot toM br,rrSerj{ ( >.Bni\".1t, .[worthy Btelpbausen magistrate., shaking.,' bands?with- the. "about three.week."pafarerlui.he'w/U. l bual-/ of a high official of the Czar's, house the war,. by '

tie, earrled'arou the ''aUg'hG) .tb 'r considerations, floating to the dogeliSgriflntTCr" v\- "N"NNN fflitWA1i'inllllrl-} ,Is iiueer hold but all -'efforts identify him ,, ..5.S. .
_ 1Ajfgre, of BKT ompanlon7arieTihey; sfddeI " "''i L : f Why. the'adjtteantrVoe4tromer; Is ness,,,and one requires the patience ofJob' failedThereupon, t '" for --S 5"
< Caring Plants ,
1 suddenly Called to meet tIM com and- '' dlgeBtlon.'V-Ixm- ,
moment: contemplating the scene '' brought Stelnhau-. and.ji'caetlrou. this woman spy was put
ant. at .Konlgsteln.' ithls' evenUig and Keep your plants out of.drafts
r ,The garden and )lower portion of ibe seAra'thonglitIat l last'down to earth ) .don,Malll, ... 011 the scent and she at once went to them give
'tus already started,.;so'w. are deprived. sunlight, keep fbe'lye. ,
clean 5
Rome
'where she ,
.otnewtiat' epidcjwn .1 '
,town sloped st DrtKtherthApar4beti< 'f t .ol our leader. '( 1.C 'Tf.I! r "P"T "7 /' k 'Ingratiated herself: If you use Jardinieres '
''. tf.m the Burgomelrter's realdeuceb' ;;' INwastthe'H4uptmn6n''apd'' his favorlte >r :"I wanted tlerr IiauphnaiPUphers-, ,..... *. Bank IsChlait.., With the: NlhllltU! and-ftt: lash found water stand In them dot not, let the'

.". I..w-I.d.n.: frozen ,trees nearestgilt'rhtlyilluminated )/ :cousin, who were looking into ol lie's J to take ',, It. seems'to"bd'gafle'tDe fashion o. out.the. name aha wanted She, re.:. most, 'Jmpor.nt'lea.ro\ and, (tact[ and
; ,coD thj'place, but : to' water'
"'tI ,tWin. 1'1 th. <
bouse J"then came, ... j I rW. could O etr5' *" better chat 'powers to 4'\\1.( \ bmclale'prerumably) } ;'' be-; Informed the I Czar' of what::ah* had

Irnrgalarrpotate4 snowy# ?,n , .Tbq..ea.Us,l oixljajifferejitta.tbe< colt l i than yontMlf,!Ben 'uurlonl '-." !:,cause Jth. recllen'aof, there rt\het.nu- discovered-'but' ; he refused! .to believe *.en.lof', the' novel I., fe t'ur.c1h",

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> as no doubt the sight of avcbfc. banalai'Noth teal. "X. must to your ,, kinds! Of!
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TOIIISA'Swfc.CILYER\ *;' : EDDING.by ( !huskily Wbat, aboutr 'asked: tbe' ,.deacon..... ,few amount," moments.1..of labile kiting; evening smlliag'Uiro'ugU1,-,,;.wb>PLnter n a rest H ul 1: \'llw.Dde". 'which'' )16eq'e.rfl.y',

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i "Dout 'me ; \ Th mind orMtiir*. ;
OJ4. ."an1 ;iny; 'lucent' ,IndubgeueeL" tears badbeen none 'tbroirgh with' fatten I Whether the writer flc. Ms
. Ix>nl'a.led her little boy to toe deacon's , Or first tins eritNd/ .
.v The old inert made no answer Ills tide. ,
I' lit-urt Was too. heavy tor eccb' >> .ii ar.w'T 1 e ruia that In Ihilooiubia tiles
ENA- .s > Ill"IlOtilIop..l "Isu't.
'l111t'like
linndcome.'father: and
.' ( Men fully understood art of 11.tll=
..iH :. ..C'X' N.' : to.Uud.hln dangUtef/i hus his papal ,And only! think, Vincent c..t, 'Dt.b T.w.l.r. Ami earlier' tLaft the th of rbymes r
{ j. band nil that t"Ould.be de.lre4'ollll'how ; Soiled dishtowel binl. 'H ,
I ; Uaf never touched a +drop; of Jiquor'nce should not b% They,praetised r tD.'
', -1r11AAtiAAAAA' Q. had hi!* hopes, fallen! si that, -dreadful night,, when.! I dropped into bot'lapad.' until they '
a U.M A a'd Drar do not think, value: Isss
+ c. a a "But, I'll tell you,. old there'll blue been! Crte we
tnirn. I thougbt I should die for .Dame w.hed !In lukewarm
[ And .
frt The of
OO perennial
.,.' o may Marry biro Louisa. ey your tit .
longer:; be closed; bo an uncommon time 'to-night. 'water;, ah1'
} 'since to the"'fact Hint "her You we are so uappyj? , say authority, 'T'' bet BernuM you sonrctimni tuna. aDd P*** r '
"lll"(1But you ore\ so deter- Idol wa 110 longer worthy of the high sec sine's looking for her folkn-utrnlKlitInced And Mr. and 1\(111. Lenolr bad tb'' .lr, uds,set* the dirt. \ !I stnRig Diul"ti' st"Tie -
0 Yo you know that place Jo which her love "sefr- nd she's .';sold 1 won'tmake silver Wedding after nil the old
had elevated a* man true"that' the
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generation ,
neither ,
1 your 'mother. nor him 'Ak. the : n '.rlDeetabie'pNnrnuce' = Jon't perMsteil A UJ .' T...ir, pas ,
pud
fole' myself Qt: a year hi* business yonHsoej !calling! It. 'and many nnd e Cr .. .is a deal of fpatlo breaking
approves y.outchoice. -prosperous at tbe time' of his niar- But lefeni "rip.'J.'m, nly own costly were the presents howered; poiiLouisa A diet of young-carrols 1* safdto be'excellent Th '
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The son of a rUgp-hnd suffered/ greiitly through tile boss yet, old man., and I, doil't. rare'aannp who, in Iwr new happiness' : for tbe skin andall Its appendage ADd.no'mi.taUng.-7'

drunkard, nod OIl t who' Is likely. to become unsteady. bablts. In all this.lime Lou- for their ,silver wedding, nor lookml as blooming; an a newly made, of hair and' nail*. This .I* hot-this disturb your candiir mina,, ,
I In 'no B.l.
f'1. 'for one himself! lit htisbaud Jla .bnd,IIOt beard from'home sevn,In their 'spect'elthPr; don't you stet bride; but tbe !gift she most prliedj attributed, to Its anti-scorbutic salts its Ti. key's earl a,1'er.low'show. *, ,
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' ybrt.\ an Indirect boy, and she* often, wept Strulfibt-ln'eea, set; very' iwrrow.-mlnd-. wed as ,In {.he, shape, of, ,a promise, that oily1' ratter. and the iron wblcb el.ta Hi liou'i skin ' l
( Oh, rubber, Yluepnf111 never drink: over the you .ee..M\ night relieved her husband ,la all { yon MdibhD4
.thought( ttint tbpsP! whose .by never'again re olore vegetable. and fruit rest and
iirtiftlrftllDg liquors; ho has promisedme memory shto (cherished so' When they"re'nched the house occupied : to touc.h'oa; t that couU'lu 1 lo ,

.10J; I Hint he never will." *' ., neither kn.e\rJTjpr seemed fondly by Leuolrlhe deacon-folioed his toxlcllte.-Nf'w York'W f'1d1.;' ISIS tb. Cllar Ynn need not think abut posterity

;! J'nlhlrI.ltl daughter sn I'alone In Hie 'whether she was numbered amoulr.to' car the' ,ron-lu-nw! up 'tho'"step*. The woman who keep bouse should, When b *bo1tru. la1. o.seontini,

n cozy sitting: ront" tbe lr-. country' living. or tbe dead "Oolnjr!' lupldmeutVP11.. I do( A BOLD. pay a dally visit to the cellar and,*e. >To-reotifr your
'
home. Louisa,. wa'ns'wayward, ns.spoiled a Another year woe nearly"passed! wltb know a* I'd better Jet you. You don't .BaD-BOOK- AGENT, that it Is aired, event/ she bn to neg ,Oblivioa's .ut7.fau11 'U b t
clilldlHUcs: wtii (the, ; ; look cx xactly. 'sl>e'I'I/I"'f'-01l apA HOW H. I>.ldM .?' lect ber lf .
:
only one no, j.-liiiuge III 'hl((>lIt except "for" tbe. see, >MMl "r.rea-iNMw .a parol. Enough germ may -Pa1 a1 G.Mt.
at home of .Urn Lon'II scold and ........'. .
'cnse W."I.
" left little flack( that "'or.'b..u one, day Ole postman me ot 'soclatlng I Acaiv.r .rT.: lurk In wilting leave of a cabbageor
," once nightly/ gathered there Her brought .a letter! over -.which the with! old rnurnitifllnsfso; you see 'taint One day an e..tt'rprlllingI&'nt who" handful of de..a111 pStatoe to

l brothers and al.lf'rll"flre nil married.Tlnrvformer wife wept Scalding tears pOQrTOlinA' and convenient. ,Como down t' the" inn !' bad informed himself approached, a cause tue" la hat fool'Maariicg

It were .brawny, welltodofarmers the unconscious babe in her lop looked fmorrow 'TlgUt and I'll .bt ,(there. Md Smith wltb tbe latereetedrur. :: .. 111, \ ,
'Rf living not\ far away, niAl.the"Intl'er ,. up Tltb'.wondt"l'lD..nt' In Its thin facent You're a J>rlck-you nre" lion: ;s-r; .

't rontevlwlh, hard-working wire* her look of keen anguish. 'Tin letter. Notwithstanding tbbi' the df'CIronTIIII "Nowr.. Smith I'know that today I' nddlar.
'.I of farmer Of course. everybody exported which caused Ioulsaro much sorrow- close upon Vincent's heel when' be !la yourwedding, "tInnl"l'rlJAr. Don'tyou : .sheets and other bedIOt;", table

t: Lonlni. ",111'11'111'r .1 line.came, to though under different circumstances e opened tlie door and appeared In tbe ; want to give:Mrs Smith a band lul'u and the greater pat week. what the difference ,+' yy

f i leaveIliaTaternal roof to marry some' It would haveylel'"ledilii>r ouy) 'Joy and presence of III* wife and b relatives.. s eine .Blb! ;' as an anniversary present 'sblu& are better for being Tmmy-.op. -d S k

thrifty tiller of the coll. and settle down dI'Ugr.t-rno! thus: : + Louisa too overwhelmed with coos;;_ t can I ' flcatlou to-titter a word, sank down'ina'chalrln Bible'for :5.: I I. Pop"Herll.
; near,the old home, ns .the others had "Mi'Dear; ; Cblldftl.ll'jo'! rind !<>and 9 plllr English housewives to p to hire a preen ,
, done same of. the others /lr '(oomtul to see a corner of theToomTha Aftef'some discussion Mr.Smith took the ,flatiron, bcllua they believe that agent,"-Pblladelpbla
And It might hfivebeen ... 1rd 'not / ., tit seems an since' Intoxicated husband took no notice of the Bible. Just 'here the plot thick. the clothes longer and keep their Robert nerd Stony -
left
age you (at .Point) ,
-Vincent Lenolr With'hli' handsome, us. It all U.wlth the strange races' before blnu-: Turning ens. The book agent pocketed, the J1r.oCI'I'fJ. colnT"better I .mangled Instead, lCl'e ;
you as" %ve hope, tho O these folk is.
fare nnd captivating manners cone coming ? be' pushed n.chair' toward the deacon: *;, rhea promptly ran. up to Mr. Ironed. I. pr Cbrl.t.n.
anniversary of aak f ,bread
your marriage er
ye
union; Iheni and opened her eyes to the (\ball be kept-at tromp it' we promised' with' : Smith'Louse, callod for Mr*. Smith' ', Q1... they ac ye a atone.. Bagged. Robert
"Sit down. bid brick, *' and asked! If she wouldn't like to make W..d ** .
fact that she 11'81 not born to drudge; Hlpftlth( should be.. That seem* too ) an make yourself "I wouldn't mind If they'd Just give '
forever In .n, diurnal I fnrmlioiine. HoItarVey long:: to Walt Mother lid your'broth) at home I'll. let Lou know 't I'mlo'II'r her husband present of a fine Bible :. :Washstand sets of colonial'cut: glass th' stone to me;' but' throw It;"- '

'I'bll.) the bonest, bigheartedfallow .ere and sisters send their best lore liereThe !" .on this.anniversary, lie said that as are luxuries outside tine pulblUe. New,YorkWeekly., they .
wlrtx tbe neighbor .thought:: Your, loving fnllrer, / brother and sisters, or tbe humiliated he wa anxious to dispose of all his .for. most people but tbe 1m. .' iifi' Vbut '
,,'ont.llpnd 'away the old" 'df'/lM\IJ.\.t. "GILES 11\F.WCOUD wife had 'risen from their book before going to Cleveland at 0 'lu pressed glass are really'quite as desirable -: Th. > at s mass the of .

vas' discarded. and Vincent Leijolrfm Louisa blld.r .nil thIs seats 'and, Btood around In silence o'clock( be. would sacrifice beautiful' especially! for cottage use. The For many are W* nearly mOt Irons
first letter
>.U hisJ jihiee.I and a much!' larger place !home 'till{ she. knew .It by heart,from Presently Vincent's, eyes lit upon Mrs $15 Blbl? fo* *3. After ime-be.lta.' cost 1 is less ,than holt that of the cut And* noW w* nearly,roast.Muggins '
yetshe tlon )[ Smith{ glats.,, In both \ will be '
limit |>oor Inrvey bal ever tilled. III drew It forth Nowcombe'si: face., The old lady washolding n. bought cases the- pitcher la a -"My Daughter a
.Lnulen'a'bruttt! .. slowly" rooking lir..l once mote ns she! sat tbe baby la her' arms but no When )[rr. Smith reached home that high ewer sbapo and tha,bowl 1* wide great catch'' for some one. Bbe. can
>nbe ti> steep It t n..e.iI evening and bl* wife with and not too shallow. cook 'or write poetry eqifal ease
Vincent Lad conic from a distant was 10' o'clock her usunl'liodtllno \"l''! a man In.bis condition couldhave prl..ntl a Soap dishes with
but mistaken her. wrinkled face for largo PIIKO an' "wiiKJ-fitid other' piece match are and effectiveness." toy,
and for .
city a time I.e was greatleltoula. Vincent bad nnt yet came> lu: and .ht". Cnfollul .uul\"lr.- JngRD\I
...1 on n'onntII 'his hrill'ant! poor, Cpnllent( \! soul, acres UIII t. of his ..youngwife.. vary gift she rm available. daughter can ; saw +
thouslit of
He went tip to the deacon's ;,.site and and produced Its '-- her to cook It' but I'll bet she
mentnl qunllth's| :: but when It became' going to her rest, iio'wever weary she. mlte. '- t
his hand shoulder Tableau! Th. il..Bourn Cleveland Leader. '
clapped on her vengeance -
known that -lip- was 'lu-< the constant nilKlit.be till be, 0
came She'
heard
-hnbit rlsltlna{, ; tbe village tavern mid footstep. Ills 4Ulum ns A ghost I'b' But you aee with all the beat ota?; warm dlposl-! When It 1* possible to have .A choice "Is Mrs. Gabble at hom.r'uke tbe
; noon, not
walking lightly/; I'm gov'nor bore In'pendent a kingon tion. 10W'e..e.there wean festal lu the matter, the 11r..t.aud best caller. "Be ,
Hint be often came fro.ni there. extremely buoyantly! as In the sins* tbat seemed I 'lro .h.
unsteady people. shook thelrJie.ids. to "'a throne; and be made a flourishwith .lppr wlitloi. so be contented him rooul; in the second story should be i lot/' 'replied wise 'servant ,
the ary-beartedwlfe far In '' *
so telephonic given *ip to tbe sick I A .
a
Then his conduct began to be openly the poet but lIu'h'lorco that be well-nigh lost "lth J'r8a sum "but ye'd b.t lao yet Card rn'skee>
commented mid He heavily sluggishly his! bnirnoi.! Settling the band again appeal to one Lewis Johnson a .n ar- mar the coolest should "be selected; In' dllddle o here: ma'am fur she'
upon flnnlly one after entered tbe
room where. With tbe by friend. winter tbe brightest' and moat Bunn '. ; be back
upon' the old lady's -shoulder lowered ) hI most anny minute'
another bad turned Ueir'fae.e ngatnut Jl'lIer' In her band' she snt. One !glniicpnt "Lewis," be,. want you there I I. standing basin In It the
Press
Ills lace till It almost touched urlre..1 t I now. -Philadelphia, ,
him. till the man "woiiUr; have. the
young reeling form and Cx
sbo
dropped hurry down to and atop topper should bo put In and that and
her. t
"D'ye txjt old !
flat In dusgnst from the 44Unge but fnr the letter In ber ;pockeft!' see chop Kitting tie "Author assuredly here a right 'to
tbclrFlpaC"bte) a Qnaker\ Well be' book agent who I! going to Clevelandt the overflowboles covered 'with pil.v ''of the 'of
one thing-tbe I."t'ou; house held In the morning mplal severity : literary!
an she :
It to him.
gave n friend of mine, I want him treated 0 o'clock.( I must see him ter ot part The pluming may b' .
bforehe said tbe "Ye
attraction for Mm. ** ",,..II." 1m TUc. writing man: ,
,said when
lie bad' finished but
perfect,
leaves! town. Yon juit bold on,tbe oktierhand it may
'th 'spect, or I'll m'selfb the "and yet
ll loved Louisa I It. proper pngo editor; we
<\ and went one day .n they're. coming to judgment and aDlwere I
pass not. Is
/ TH I sewer
coming ; In'etonlebing can finish supper and get there.Then gas to d.Dceou. an ,
some state of a caustic and severe
nut'
to her to marry him just >vhen the upon me. 'lire they a
Better welt I ('1'"oUouTbcn' be cave a brief description of the .oneroy to admit even tbe possibility of criticism 'of
str'atralght-loced author another
your an we get
Indignation' of the >r.lorlllil vlll.igers should tllltl", .tll1 I ask.. them. I nsk Its Into room where
folk, here." man and rushed back to hi* supper presence a a. life- author. write
wn" at lit height nifil the g<.oddettcon. 1 no odds of nnylMMly's relations and I'll At this erg Juncture he beheld. himself Tbe good Lewis bopped. on a passing nud-death ':oufllct. Is to be waged.. Washington 81.
wlio submit 1'0ttcol'tt'd' a bonneinc boy,
bad bent Ids ear "to tho not to Ibis tourt-mn'rtlnl sort of onddOWD the book l 11 f.tbe'of

"PII..rll"I'r.llt't( withheld! bl" ronpllt'I"t'"t. thing wlilcli' these people propose" !!In a a pufflllstlc large mirror.attitude Inatantlstriking he demanded car agent JU.t.AI the. train pulled upon In. To Ki Ih. ...., The,right, ,n- "bunein"1.iC empio.i quit .,-4 !

\ fully determined to -win the "Ob. Vincent!'' ( : "See here. he explained '"Smith To PIvOt rust lu 'a tin bread box) H,'. up and ,aUlllht.Pbia.lphi".
old 'man's consent went.l>iiekto his I Tlmt. was all Louisa said but' the say that he see'you and that10U each time I is cleaned stand it over -Tress
cltjhome, and nt the! end of tit !lIonth4, a tear wblcb filled'ber eyes might'have "Who are you; !gaplnjr! at a gen'man are to mut over a train for him." tbe 'lr Just an I instant until .the Mistress .MM.". Ann, you hiss anew

again /appeared! a suitor for the band spoken ,'olullle. .to'thA erring husband, In.thnt style, nn" haven't rtlie manner ; W/ll to oblige. him but tin quite. hot; In 'this way U will( beau In th* kitchen tvery, week
of to take off your hat?' I'll let -know 801 Id Now this mart Maid ,
LoulsavHe had be rightly Interjected them. you It'* impossible. I'm due In Clevlanda keep for years without rusting. I atop" -
was much In The girl-wife-for IIblt' but"a I'm bon here! the put !In the boi mum, if y<*d buy quality a"
so Improved nunearanc '-11II !girl ; and bav got to be .her.' But brl'atl'l before I
and/ avnliled entirely tine ,..1IIllrl'tll'l'm. In yean, tbon'gh old in bitter! experience I .l'lIp'drul1kl'n mnn executed a second 83 what"..Me.Smith wants., De"a the Dol.ture bas evaporated and the food, I, could keep 'em longer tbah a
< -turned tier face flourish with bIll arm bljth In air and .o ''box'closed, this will .. week, an' wouldn't bate to be gittln" .
that the deacon. taking late> away and I leanIng \\ thinking QI buying: a Bible tmine cause rl" Se
consideration tlmt Louise; was'pining to l 'agalnut, tbe mantel *ob>ed and fell uponthpi+ floor, In Din rApid descent! for bis wife'' anniversary pros that the bread cools without'being one' all th timer,' ;-Cleveland, ,1 '

_" a shndowygavt' lilt coiWut, though: re- cried till even Vincent Lenolr'a. dulled, nearly" knocking 6bmother, -1p- offlI..i entIt'* really- a handsome bk. wrapped, so that ,the' moisture willwapornte Leader. i.$,**fc ., ,

-- lurtnntlyj-ns-we-h
can mnrvy: 'slnce--yo! seem- TherrT;'P>\uIsaTTdoa'TW; : babyr/I! and:-_ovrrPOefAt' ,_ n signal from hitheothers 00 I* the last and I Dave, I offered It to it in the box, allowing tbe lid tie .".re criminally]
so bent and Inonnd lo'here ench otlii-r; know I've' "disappointed sub, and I'lldUnp'poInt pot thelr-tbIDIr8. and then all him fo? (producing the.Bible). II remain opeo.tor. at, 1 least one, hourlongei. fellovt who on a moring.trrlar
;(' but I fhAll give you\ no "setting out.nor.honor yourfolks when they. .come slowly fllr'd\ out of the house.! Tbemother was to f me know If be wanted 1 G. I tbe'o Is closed too quck afoot) 'ump replied Jbe'clumsy
and see me--"l * tarried a moment to bend over can'tpossibly ly.; while still fellow "If .he'.'not- '
'. yon with n arnnA wptidlIIg sac h Couldn't you take it to him. a* J 'fOI'h.-fel.
? ft your-slaters! lind.,"'TUU mnn nin.v '' "BaG'Vincpot t." bitterly; sobbed' Lou her daughter' who ipovered 'with "lil' Ip'd be disappointed. and moisture I may cause the bread) like one when tbe 'wo1 'Wb'OW.
1I0.,0.U '. shame", sat still |U. the 'corner. 8h- r to mold the train.glare at
!
take you'witli your goal'iook."nn needn'tvfT' : ;::. "- not to I. I < hlm-JUtlp t
rnllr'ardrobt': just as fliI'1.11...>, If be "Sf't"dn'tromt''? home act I did last offeredber the.sheltefof; her old home Lewi thereupon hast .,' "---.1 -" .

loves you Well enoiich: to care for none night<< : you would say?,. Well. I'' will but- Louisa only looked at Len husband U Te'oblaDr for tbe agent, acquired .< .About frail ... 'Soajj.of tie Bale*I".U -

.OS -ot .-these. Jhlngft. "algid be!. III..I!] Ilgr not. a17 let me know when they are and shook her bead. the.Blbl. and with the best IDtenton. ,' The trolbliTlb flowered-wall P*>-' department ; look, .prt. don't, -

nothingle.<\ 11I11-; Pcoming." _. 'He need" roe mother... ...,'and... I cannot, in the 'world trote bck per Ii' t.t, not admit ('pics- they"I doe'! 'know. ;Jrou: > r 1
leareUhi" +
1.0111111.a.rIJn&1IJ1,.and t"lolt "But I cannot tell: you tbat..VtneenFntherdldn'tatate rt. Smlb.-.wlt.the tures. !FewrchUdr.JJre content,wjth(t ta mesa to '';' yon never noGad'how. ,
her beet to keep tier h'III1'rombl'lnol R when they -wool d It 'was Into next morning when Vlncenfawoke. Send tableu! Fortnntteljhel/ C ', 'nursery_ without pictures, they look? -"Ob7y i;f.rjr: *; ::1otlc,

ecu. Tlirydld not escape her fnther'a be! lI*rl'. Ob, I nilgbt have been He was thoroughly.. ber sensof.: hnnaor,.lre tbe;situation.and cod if their .tastes are conulte' asthey that theylnnrlably ,look in, op ,

notice, however, though b4 Ilrptf'ndl"dOIlII.'loUIlIl. proud of you, iny tJu band'lf yon rod now.. He brushed his band slowly over with spirits the;' diet;,y- -, surely should b..tl. picture i elected -_, posits direction when'J w.attbl'm' .
,
...... only-" his eyes, and 101'silently In deep reflection all three books of Holy,Writ to the >In* "'for"any room 11'1 be more or wait on me.'',- .,

'"Unlea life --conduct Jilmnelf like aman. Louisa broke down In a. fresh burst : scarcely moving for a. Jonc ;Wated.-Llpplncott's. less mlsceljiineous. ..Therefore 'the'nnTitry little-r* love'meorye
and nl . time" Then he got up dressed himself or sitting room sacred to youth Katlf"It '
'tnln entirely from strong of tears, 4t I testy from.m* of y*,
and went .downstairs.,, lie found should .be .famished with view ofpermitting
drink. "I know you'll be slmtried of I A . a did last ]it because av a.we
me before e1'.IDI.
")He "'III. fntliert Oh, I "am sure! he them.! Louisa crying over her baby while Woman has found another latitude in decoration. The I bit''o' .
Lou and I shall; be! ashamed Olopa.tlon Dod.Mlt.Su. I
Inyrsleeplng In her Tho husband.In walls should
,,'lIIr'l.onlllll lap plaln'bnffbrowu'o r
of myVelf. But there's for herself. Tbe woman min b 'Or a ponrln' J .
'm.o '
In
no use
'
.did not My tills to gain the trying to be anything my whose memory every word andLact, trel; appeared- other morning;''go- green in 8ret tones,-'lt tbe.wood* ,1e but: It wor not th' rain tbet kep "

"iiettlnir'out" or tlie "ttrund 'we lilii't! ;" miserable I more thus the of' the previous evening wE're"clpol', I r through tb back ,yards of a bIo work l r preference; .,wble.Uh me away from th' lolgbt ar'-Trblv.;

stiV! wan only nnxlous tliat lur future: l tse to keep thing straight am.while Only I'll prow eel went to his wife's side. nnd-knelt down ?f flat JIOU.. uear; tbo Park -Tbtenants 9 such.a backguud. almol any decors* only| eyes." Katblerie.-"An*' wot' woe{ i
your e '
"I remember. nil. Lon and I know tire" ; folio wed.-
liuMmnd should be conlldered wortli.v lives beard tbe musical of a insy. try"Duadee.Mike'ItwotW' a ,
In her fntliei1' eft*. do nre here.thinkT'! Will they 'come today he'W you IHI.'..lid I a 01.. for the first t cinndolln) and a sweet ole t ..h'Jlnca Boy ne to b encouraged to flt up' aD, pmbrellaNess York: cka.,. .

"Well. If he dors, I shall know !It t; you time In my life, thoroughly] shamed' of In fairly style.' finely rooms and so,, In 'tbel' .
"They lfau1
and It he does not yon will know It. may Vincent; you'll not forgetT" myself. . ., hed.al.1 out go'' ,, emallcpatetl.da.dom.I..lrl... The N I rw., J 1

'anA, feel It most my child; though 1 It The young wife We will draw veil over the pair a* behold pppe I young 'womal'convention II.to -tp-ns> Luther ; Kansas City' lad
will mike ins! miserable, too. -Now 1 'miserable; put ber-afms "roundIIt'r theyron very,, in low, solemn tones al clothe, 'with jnoi attempt! at gypsymakeup room are given to children.: who recently devised a machine that
husband'neck .
will tell you bow I slmll net townrd i kissed hem lb. 'au sirwith each other, mingling'their tear playing ber ownnccompanlnieut luceaR bla height two Inches, so that
lIe .
you and you mint not think because : returned; ,, .kl. sayIng cud their) prayers over' their sleeping and singing with a. businesslike pas tbe physical examinationat

do what I'conslder my. duly that I a im Infant; '. air. Tbe usual bits of paperwrappedmoney" ENQ the ,Annapolis Naval' Academy
)lacking In lONe forroy )'ounjfE'lIt'hlld":," "No; I'll be cube to remember." Three years passed away. nnd\_ In tbe 'tvercr tossed downtobery8be p'r might:bevs'adopted'a simpler method

The old deacon brushed 1ila sleeveacroxa He left tbe house' for his place of large room of: Deacon :Newcombo's nodded lies thrfnks and '.after another "r successfully tried by .former ''Poile.'
business.That .
bis eyes, and went on; hones n little ('ompan48 'gathered, song went her cheerful! why, while Surgeon Andrews, of Pbldrlpb,
"T-enoIr may l*..ve you and take you afternoon, wbtle Louisa, almost : of children and grandchildren. All who the busy housewives withdrew after a An applicant a toc

to bin home ns noon II you choose happy in her busbsnd promise was bad once met dally around .th* !gooddeacon's /hh of longing tor'tbf free and.,,7 ES..r fame-: before hu piton,,, '" stroogljT> t'

Your brothers, and sisters, and myself, busy with ber' little one, the! doorbell ftre\ wete there save one, nnd life of the highway which throbs in Pineapple Cream backed by the Durham J-ing. But he

wjU bold 'communication wltb you rang and a troop of smlllngfacedcountry that one Lotilnn. The fare of all wet the blood -of almost every human be.: cake Into (bin slices was morf than one Inch too short 8tr

It hi live yesra you mn 'come to ns people, headed by the good: old saddened As the mother, looking anion d : Ing when music' and the sunshine thrill 1 each ; 'geon .4ndrwa cold to him:

bringing with yon a husband who has deacon were ushered in. Tears 'werltIIbed. upon the group spoke her name. No the beast in early summer.-N'w York pln..apple.D, way"nnd fnolsten it.wltb a ..'ou &orllbt home"and'go to b '
they '
lived sip to. the j rotuls be lia. made a* always are at snob meetIng one could tell to what depth of misery Sun. _. little syrup 'of the pineapplesCover Remain uot an hour or' *o is
.
r 'you. "011" a"rms will ,be open to recelre *. Greeting were exchanged and she might have sunk ere this. In' ethere II with whipped 'cr'earn, .weeteucd.ao d vote K-U time come before me lor.examlnaUon '
shall the baby wa* duly-kissed and admired. three bad bad tld . !<.... ... again 't .
yon Imth;,and then you bare your year they no .xi. .ph. aa1'Ore" ,,j. next week, DO't,- ,
wedding pnrty-ymir silver wedding, Tea was postponed that Vincent loge of: ber.. They bad- written, but Demonstration of a new' sinokdes* Deviled Roast, Beef=Cream .II I. la bed tor awhile and tben' get aQ'y .
'.;.ou/ma1 call It, tbongb custom doe. might share It-with,them." Loul.l4.t'CI8ttlQPn..alanc.'e'll their letters were paver "answered. powder before officials of the British each of lemon one tablespooiifnl and lounge-around the bouse.. >Stay'in '1

not "sanction It., being" beta *o soon e1'f'r.ud anon down-tbe e Once! one of tbe brother bad vUltedthe'elty War Office aDe Admiralty 11'8 recently table suuce. a saltspoonful of juice and b.'flat'on ydur bck except: when. *. lt'. ll\
"1Yfiet ilo you say?"" street but Vincent dttl not come and called at the. house whereJbe3flrsOwo ,-given) Ja Bfrmlncliam.! Tbe newsubstafaceJs.jia'med mustard and few prpare 1. necessary for 701 get np.; T>o '
a .
? :: grain ot,
a .Tx>nlsii Kdld Just woat-almost. ny .:!!b..h. neralJy;solate";lay;darllnr_. ... : yeir7of"her-niaiTle( l'life sxlte. ;.l*. made 1 in Cut. thick Alices offlare.roait(,eOl". I tell yon and you'll grow sufficiently, f"'. }f

woman wino 10,1'dllId placed a blind asked the klnd-facedmotber, were spent but new temnts"peopled Itnnd tbe- form of- fat ribbn.and .''ull : spread them wltb beef. to pas the examination.Tbe ."-. ;

reliance on her Idol would bare said And Louisa-colored andJto.mmer..d.oud . _the: Homo of, l.conotr.. was unknownto lo contain glpcerln. '''nnd., nlt 'Drown In-.chafing tie dl.h"al8ldng'Serve' an man obeyed order and ;I.
Sbe accented thin. condition hopefully; only made" O\lt.to sayt"Poroetfme - them.: -- cellulose in proportions .lmU. brown bread sandWlcbe.t, "wjtb, ) tbe examination wltb"flying clor.pa, 4

cocndently: and went to her new.borne. *. They IfltJlf'rlronn(1 the wellspread.table than !la. M. D.' cordite. wltb other ma> Creamed' Oul6n' I* still. on the. forcer New York Press
e feeling certain that she would triumphinher 'The deacon and some of the brother* young and old terlalsm'dded. Tbe advantages claimed ;;Peel, ''wash and I
boll
hnabnndM rectitude. exchanged" glances The deacon's wife "It Is five scare to-ipon-ow since and apparently Justified at the trial Iced until onion tendera Drain,, quart'of-medium* Jdl .......

Vincent kept. hi* promise tor..tm"'nlthllll and one or two of the sister wipedtheir Louisa Was married, I wonder'J"ab.p are-dess corrosive In effect -.rhau'rr; put in off the 'Water and We women are adept of tb,idle Industrie :.'
e11'a1'11 dlte. that with equal pressure It gives. enoucb'.mlk'Jo'almq.t'cover *. because' time I* et no
: ,. and r.oulltll, fnlly realisingthe / remember the promise! I made her! them 0'.
biipplnes abehad] anticipated, \(" .Just walk down' the street 'a aid tile deacon! staring bard at bl* greatly Increased Yf'lo.tH. and that baltteespoontul Ilt pepper to taste and on' earl, CDsuenc Think of the A

'' longed to ooiniunnlcnle ',to her steel little and meet.Dlro," saidthe deacon.And plate; and the mother sneered . the dppsl I* cause on rifle bar 'Jump I of "' butler of th flour, mlxl with a soils of lac we .crochet,,the ImpossNble

,.relative. tbe ,fnet- that their fears tCher m b* went . "Poor child! If she doe*,,it will only act 4.1ubrl..nt. Tbe flame i* bh 1'; When tine ; .Iae. an 'egg., embrlderl.wet; iqake. the;count-'
future'-rero nufonnded. But '*u C The! worthy, man badgone; a couple. add to her sorrow. let'colored, less .oteabl.h fire: ,ml bolls,", remove from the tar -odds and.end*, we"cltrt of

must.'uoLShe.Lad: been ..forblddeiiterm of blocks,when be recognized. In," a man There was the noble of ,wheel outside ,than tat of cordite, at night.-,' .' 'C b earthly u eJ c.tc dut-.
to write to the loved ones *he bad taggerlngtoward: him ,t eone, ..Wbohnd tbe' sound 'of footstep, on tbe l'aD WaffleaTake one pint of l 'or bU1.ae"lw. :,
left for\' till 'arms of. a stranger'V wog-from bis old} age iU la.lebef.l.be4 porch; then tbe knocked sounded and F.mtta. T.,ta**. I tour ("aw"two eg,r.ope pint of flour, A

,a Month' pfixseM, ); and Vincent occasion.ally. flower-and only to crush It4 .? in 'moment.. Louisa, radiant with If Invitations. ;do' not 'coma""pouring 'one tablecpoonful of cornmeal, one teaspoonful .

C' .came tome, t'jilitht ,wlth'flusbed ite turned end"was slowly retracingul health and a ,.bapplnes,.. entered tb* jn by every, po.t the average-woman :'of 1 of soda and half.a teaspoonu) .Gem'tea. ,ar'Condon's' lalest 'eras. .
face and when Vincent LeD lr cametip rood 'b ) tortures . the season with alt. Beat the eggs' separately, mix About : .
brpathtthat+would hove NU g. steps .Ieadlns the "hand a bright tie ..six woks, ago .L Crofton: ;
. r' .",.tl'f\ brandy I o:'any'one less'blindly wltU him.; > eyed boy. lice.busband-not. the blear- tbucht that she must b growing the cream 'wltbJthe ,beaten Tolk.' .111 1Tt hf'freDd.'t a "gm tea'.at '"

-'tradlol .thanXonlsit..' But rwbenra, L* ....pon.t.Im01r..wltat'; ''r Lou'II. !}'W,*".be eyed besotted creature they had,look ed or plain To '... \ universal In the Cn.cum.al.7 )k. salt. ""Sloae it.t aa. .)r
the Weeks rolled t 11r.;' III went iro far muttered to hlmself./'ahV mightyar.tJOlar : Upon three Tears. before bat-noble and rusU" yet not be la It U to manywomen ,Add milk'and4at d8It'e rn a little sweet bavf'been-lovely '.li l, ,

n* to'enter'hf -..presence,actuallyreeP! !! ;"' then leyoqUlf{ handol'tho e znanly.looklng-a.lflfl whom tbe good tine most galling form of bnmll-. ; -.. .* .teQt pewJ.weli AtherJbADsrTh. j : .** _

'.. 1113." ha wilted her .t ye...-:oiddP a' dei.con-1. '.boulder>, : "What d'.J'OII.tklDJi: deacon. 'and.., bl.., stalwart"ton felt' tine- SUD.-Lc.a''el :; .a" r fntb. 'ti'r ,. ,'' tayromma. .i, ; :, 77. ,.'T' *' .

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After so lone. a tune, anotherfit of' JackLamb'wss to town this w;;k YOUNG'S FEMALE COLLEGE S iits SOUTH:LIVERY STABLE..

'meandering owe tb over me and I forth ..nd.1'e port! that he and Jim 'lJ noCk .' I' r ]
.;p with idled la South Kissimmee. My ,
tilled three beart.-ao old ou and two THOMASVILLE.JQA.Offer 11.I ,
i'. attention was first attracted .by a large I
ub..down' at Catfish creek lastweek.The .
;G brick building; painted rod, and tastefully .. .
finished and 'adorned and. set tn I .- Pall Coaraea.For A.B., 6 and B ... .De!r!e!. thery1-P'f\If Sale I
the midst of a grassy. hammock stud W., CVT.. U. will bold a //moth" I :

.ded with magnificent live oak', whose pr'. meeting:' at' the home. of Mrs. Tom <1: Physical Culture Elocution and Music. Our .Specialties. \

evergreen leaves, aDd lon.g IW8ylol&&' VanDumr, la South Klsilmmee.' on I 'c _

+, limbs covered with wavy silvery Wednesday, September 27th ,' 3 p. In., sIe.000apsutthis; y.u In.building .-id,'oqnlpliioiit., 8u...m llcut., fi.ir tdo Lhhta. i Feed Stable-' :J! "
long; hanging moss, 'kept. the sun from to which all the mothers of the town lyrnnaluin. Swimming. Pool Good Pare. tl finals rjiiur|>.aed Htriji* faculty i I
ot Tn Kx < rleu -. l Taaoher
invited A of especial | < < .
reaching th. 'ground or' building exoept are : program '
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Interest, at this time of will I n "J i i iBxpaa 1' "
(just ,
lu tiny i**}1'" here and tlierev A year '
nice iron picket fence Inclosed .both be. dlscu led. Every one. ,come and L> !ao .OO, Llaltd N **br.of Free Sckolantilp Available : J. W. MILLER. PROPRIETOR

build' Ing and hammock, but", this fence bring your friends.Mrs. .1 8*.*lon PPU Bepteinber Vrtth.-lDOJ For Tres Catalogue, Addr*.* :' .. "
; wag Coveted with. laundry. of various ..T, L.-MOON. ,. I i. fllGENTSSTflNDflRD\ OIL COMFflNI \ / '
*. Supt't; Mothers Meetings.
names, colors and sizes, banging out , k I. COCHRAN* HUNT. P..i.,.
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to dry. There were several l "nnmpn- :., Opposite Postofflce.J
tlonables" there and also 1' noticed' Has Stood the) Tost.:25.Year, "i I Broadway, ;,. r. ..

with pleasure Several piece. of llueii The old original Orpve's TastelemChill --- -- - -- - -- ---- .. 'F'lorida:;
that has been called ; .. : Kit3taimeD.: -s. : ,j
.by-happy" 'uiar- .. \
Tonic. You know
sled couples *.t.b- flag of ourupi6ii: ,!.' what you are YearsGroove's # -
J taking It. Is iron and quinine ins a Has Stood The Test 25 .
and Intended solely for the bsbysuse. !f
t Surely thought I, that Is a tasteless! form. No cure.po pay. COo 1:1 .1 -x.e :1.: 0:3.. All 32=::lrxcls.. :aa 11D.Gr.:

$ tube used ..a!
magnificent building as a
,- t i laundry in a town of this sice. Kiss Got Off.Cheap... .,pspe+Fw'..+.+rew.s.+ris.. ..f.!....+ae e+.+peeew. ..le M .e+..+htr+elt+s.AMrkNNk ,'

.lnitne must do a thriving business Ue may well think! he has got off' ;)

', in tnat Hue, but I guess a'good deal cheap, who, after .contracted constipation _ ii::

of the trade comes iron Orlando and or Indigestion and Is still ableto b VN4KN N ., lI

.y 1 Tampa. perfectlyrestore his health. Tasteless Chill'T'onicNoCureNoPay. '

Just then. 'B man approached, to Nothing will do' this but Dr. Kingsnew \ C. A. CARtON! Preald.-t. c. B.It'YAN, Secretary :;

? whom .1 said .'mv friend, this Is a life Jills.: A,quick, ulea ant, and l' 1.. '0
+/ j splendid laundry building you people|< certain cure for headache constipation O7 gE 3 =====

I have here and it is located on .such a etc: 25o- at Osceola Pbarmaocldru 5O cents. . i
x 1 beautiful site too." To which be re store; guaranteed. 4

i t ) plied: "Stranger I guess you haven't ;' - -- Grocery Co ;
& Carson
-, 1 ,,, .;I'i been here long, thatla, the "Osceola Attacked Uy. A rOb. Notice of Tax Levy.In : :Notice of Application'' For Tax Waters ,
County Court Uvuite, one of the lines fi
c Couj t louses la the State of Florida.:" and beaten, In : lab rrlot until covered accordance with Section f.Chapter Past,of Deed Under Section 8:of ._.
r withlores', a Chicago street. car the L .of the State of Florhia, , her -
: When I pointed the clothe w notice b i
10 hunt conductor applied Buck ten's 'Arnica by irlvnn, thnt it in the InfcMttton of the Town Chapter 488$. Laws of s'

: P i;out to dVy. In explanation of my miss. Salve and soon was sound and well' Council make the of following the Town tailing. of Klxmmmee for ittu; City, to. Florida.Notice . R "c"IE

'fenceluabaulthehandies&thiggabout writes O. J': Welsh of Tekunsa, Mich., '

"and find It perfect." .. ... .. .. ., ... smuBly I I.hereby given that Cbs. A."rhwelk'rtfmrrhaavrof
great ftanoral
Rttvr-nue. .
Simply . ,.
bere to dry' clothes on, it'is always 1'* ':"nlll.' > A7 dated the u 1
for the. 8rrtwt Fawl. . ,. . I .,
cuts andburns. Only )c at nth /uy nf July, A. l>. H"( huHi
to clean and then when clothes'are dried Osoeola NehoolFuud . .,. '_" .. .. .. .H <-<1 said 'er.llln.\tO, In tII.-.. and han mad '. Jl/ ? '
J, Pharmacy Drug( store. .. .. .. .. my COUNTY FOR
la the shade by the breeze, they always Sanitary Fund. IBoil.Unit application' tat tax deed N, Issue In aocordaiiro : AGENTS/

n look whiter, *o that is why the people Abscess. -Bond Inu-mtt.... .... .... . .... . .. ... fc"BlnkingFund. K< with law.Hull! '-' r'- -
cerllflnare
,p9 Irving around bere use I....tor that pur . ......r ..,... ... .t scrlln'dMpe.alte.sted embrnrx-a. In,the Onooula followlumi*, II A-X I CKATE8GRAIN
| couuty Celebrated Fertilizers
1 ; pose Come in and let. me show you ABSCESSES, with\ few exceptionsare rl..rl-wlt' : .
our fine Court house lndiosulvebf constipation. de Total . . . . .. .... .. ... 14 Nwl' < 0/1-4.8"" M Tp.-2Sa, Range 37ea.t, I E--1
O ar or Bald action to 1*. taken *t'tnoptlnR. to bn 411 arrn : Co' :
i" \',. bility.W. held. at th"(jounnil Hull on the Kith .lay of Do- The .alrtlan.i .being ...tine* at the Into ol 1 cod Price.
'' t wandered a little further south and IT. Harrison, Cleveland, Mlll ., toiler. A.. p. 1MU6,.t 7tn<< p. m. the iMHiamN., of "nch-ctrtlHmm' I.. the name ofJixiei I Circular: < ____'' '
writes, Au15, 190:!: "I want to (..AlT W. I. VAN DUZOK. >U uuniwher. -7l'X:; P.r.leked. on AppHeatloa.HIDES T .
r'a a pleasing sight'' met my' eye. I had say Prwiaent pf Council.Attmt UJdesa..ld| rertlfloatv *hH t>* reileeraeil..* ;
come to cluster of palaLlal welllngs. a word of praise for Ballard'. Snow : r"r>llnitu Inw reed! will' IMHUO thereon on.
:r They were built fur luxury, ease, Liniment stepped on a nail which J. R. (On.BrSRT.: ti the ttih day i't >inhor.M. O. IOMWttnvf A
r Clerk of the Town of Kumrnmee. City. mv n caused the cords in ,
'. + pleasure, and; convenleoQe. "Al each! ; my leg to con ('ULJWe) ZJUcl <|HV of Ailiruil. A. [>. 1W1'>. : F UK: S 'WOOL ,
h 1 a windmill was rattling; away, cal'ry'l tract and an abscess. to rise In my !K. I.: I.RHI.KV.Clerk :
t ring water. wherever it was needed knee and the. doctor told me that I Notice of Application For Tax 'riili! ftturt, i

r 4 While admiring this. jtdene a gentlemanly would have a stilT l leg, so one day I Deed Under Section 8 of *jr W. 8. JtARW LL.Owenla 1) U1NN1MtiMNr County, Florida

citizen. Of that portion. town wenUJto J. F. Lord's drug.store (who Laws of -- -- $ 'cou.ntrY Produce a. Specialty.
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stopped and spoke too me. I told him II U DOW la Denver, Colo. ) He recommended Chapter 4888 $ i

what I thought of that pleasing pro,*. a bottle of Snow Liniment; Florida. VaNaKNAf5S
t -- --"""".' --"' "" Saw
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peot, and be said: "Yes, this is the I goca 50c size, and It. cured my lei;. Notice I.hrebvCIventhe'Mr.: I. il. F.:. lucks ., .
r best portion of KUsltomee hi .f&CL 1 It' It m the. beat liniment in the world. iirrht-i of Tax ''ertlncate No. 270 dated the .. ;
is "the live Sold by Thornanon. & Ho. oo. {ti ih day of April. A I) hurl h. 'fl ed raid rertl- i
thing : In .
Anybody can I fleet<* In my ofnra, and; IIM made applicationfor I M 1 ::1tM.3:: : .
North KlBSimmee but it takes a fellow lax deed to l...... I ace ...maiMM-r-ttitn. i .
with the dollars 'on him to live here -They are good for*home use, what? 8M\ certificate .m1race. the following II.... 't

When a citizen of, North. KUsimmee Old newirpai>ersl We sell, 'em. cubed;' p opertv elttiated' In 4l"lrainee, On y
Cnnnq.liorids.to.wit
recta :
accumulates something like t. 1OOO.W. Ne>4 lot 7. block\ 7, So Kl. RR .urYe'.f Klaimmve *- MAYNARD LUMBER Co
1 then lobe first. thing be does i* to come city ,, .
down-here lot and build +'1'. III.. 111'.++++++++++++ The ...Io1I..d being auwuiad at the date of i
,, buy a one of
the luaiic of uch certificate. lu the name of
those houses. I'tell you we have got' 1 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS t Unknown -
r, ' a" select community here. Why the t'nleu old certificate shall be redeemeda II Saw and Mills !
In North Kissimmee isnot ::1: < ", .., tn Jew tux ,.ted will |KU* thereon' Planing
,. society +++*++++'+++++++'++++++++++ on th- 16th d.y ofocioher. A. I>. lw .
( selects. but'a person has to be Somebody Notice ol Intention Witness-soy official< mix store and teed this the ? i
: to live hero. J tell to Applyfor rah: of A. U. Will ,
., can a citizen day September Now In oiioratlon. Complete Ht>use Dills..Furnl.hf' ..
-of this....portion of town anywhere.. (r.c..i.l. E. L l>8Lrr. ( .
Letters' Patent. Clerk c.:1..ulCullrt:: nnveola Connty. Florida.l Yellow and 'hch Tine Trmbfr and -Lumber of all Kinds.:: ,
You see, Lbe-aoqulre-allel1lllIlLl about y W.S.!! JI.ARwicLL D, C.: .
them from- living that rlotlf* It b'tcbr (Iveu that the umlirnlgued i i 'F.T'Lr.sc e
here you canreadily will apply t.. t e. .*ov..runr of the ute of --'-' ORDE3 S" : : : PR01tlS1"I'ZJ: : .
#y I distinguish in the manner of Florida, al Ttllahium-e. Florida on'he SIM day NOTICE. \
4, their walk and in their clothes Now ..1'- l ; Patent 'loco
.1 have. vacant lof right here briny 1'AK, V"::.beh--bJc uuderthefollowlo: bt: t'it'F.j. fOtl- For Bale and i The the South North Half Bunt of Quarter the south of WmtOnartor theKouth i r i iI MAYNARD LUMBER Co. : ,

house, 4OxtiO feet that lo order Vt> get the erblas' uf whlfh I*now ou|pmpnsedbarter.file h. the unite Went Quarter Section Konrtwn tits, .# '
s : a desirable neighbor,. I would take <>< lhea fr..tarv of blew of said twu Township Twenty-fir uSV), Booth of KaniraTwnntynlne :sen ::1:1: a:1: : E:1.:13J: : :
$600.00 for., DuuI.! you want to buy wit,.....our...m..*this 181 h day of September. Kant containing according toUnitnl I
.. States tmrrff In the Htateof' Florida' =
ItV"" We, did not trade aud I wander' ,4.DIW6.. One -
O. A, BEAfH. Ha..t..a.oo Twenty (IIW> acres mom or AUSCHWITZ. '
ed away.. IDLER. hew, situate in Onceola Ooanty Florida. thesame MAX i
,. : A. K 1>(, EVAN. situates
-" P. A. VANS Ao.siw- being ba on which was theabolixhWd I WATCHRrpnlrn AND11fWELE1raleealas 5
Beeatitat Wom....' Institution known a* the FloridaAffricultnral p.'''. . PL.. '
with
Inxtltnto together all .theprivilngMi
cheeks'' FROPO3E. -CHARTER OF O8CKOLA TELl:- and appurtenance? thereunto apper. ; f .- R. tyI U'G G E i'A
Plump : !flushed with the ..artd t ' c.lnloll.ad belo-ifing. I on WnU-he*.(Clm-ki auil Jewelrr : .
) 'glow ot health and a pure complex; ;., 'VHONIt" COMPANY. By order of the State Board-Of Edocatlpn, I ,Carefully and<< lrompU7 Kx*...ul ': make all women beautiful., .Take, a i .TbepodeniRred hereby axanrlate, themaeUe* September 8th. 11106. I ,reY'o( neatly duo.. .
.lht fur W. K HOLLOWAYS A "" 1'.tyb A",
small dose of Her bias after each meal ton .
; arftl fnriplDi a cnri.'oravlon uiWIrraail. b. > $."" and State Superintendent ofPublicInstruction.
It will prevent constipation) aDd helo value' vl the Law of the hUM of florid, cruder . BDdeepl6Notlcerof ,, ,,, ALES, WINES, BRPtNDIES .:
digest what you have eaten. Mrs. Win /be furhnrllis iTOfM'MxJ. Charter 6

M. Stroud, idothlan, Tex writes be Artlolo the "OrfOKOLA) The nsmevi TKLKf>the cor..lIoll.h.,1| I L ywiiISiCIES I I !.: .!! .!.. ..,
II > f
r'' \May 31, 1901\ :. ; and IIM biiiln*** shall be}eonduel cOMPANY d lu the" Application' for 'Tax JOHN G. HOWARDNorth a .... suisi; L .'

"We have used Herblne in our family Town of Klualmmee the County of Oaorolaand Deed Under Section 8 of. 1 .)"
for eight; ,years, and found lt the 'I eute of l'orld.but It rtiay eitabiMh -- Ktadmmeenear <( E
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r"'U"'bod.ltotohar'Oh < tS
offices nd aRencle at other within CIGARS E
best medtoma we ever used for const!. Vtale of riorliU.Artlolall. places tb Chapter 4888, Laws 1 AND TOBACCOS
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i, pitlon, -billdus-fever and malaria: '.. The( nerar faatuf* of Ih.-butteHto :o-FJorida, I _
;; < ifpld by Thomasoo 6c ItobersonToCH ?. a IrauMoiad by tb. sand corporation .
hell b* tn conlruct and operate: a Telephone Notice U hereby gtyen tblt. B'. M. Pf ann and Paperganging. .'
: aCold l. and Telegraph line In about *lz- Qeo. 7. 8ln UUry, purrha-rra of Tax Cenlflftat
< Oae DayTake Ivan mile from Klulmmee to NarcooaM a No tees and 4H,'dated the Oth Laxative Bromo-Quin1ne'.Ti': b *> In Yidr ounty of Oaceola, with such of Jude AD. !.)*. and Mb day o' lul,. 1KW( A nhe.Dser-Boscb Beer;
;, lets. All druggists refund the I bnuchLinei and Up w maybe required. for h," filed, laid eertlnratei In ray ofllee,and %;' A iON
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money : traniiclion of ita bualneu sod generally mad application for tax deed to tune In .* .
if It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's slg; : to exerrlH.. such said wen a* nay b* Ineldeut to rordance with law. H.ld r r>jfloatei embrace and Decorating( L-, ,DRAUGHT AND, BOTTLED
=. the bnaloma of corporation under the law.
s nature Is on each box. 25o. tf'Spraltta the following I described property allotted In L i
\ of the $late of Florida.ArticleilL Onoeola co-intT, Florid. k-wlt:
'C.t Tb. amount of tb.c.pltal11of C.rtII""I.6\\ sw"W.of .wU' dee gl. Tp &!.. R = '
E.. 'j'jo
;4 : ,. ..I 1<1 shall be o Can only 'be found >
corporation Twentjr-flv Huu- 2\Ie.\ Certificate 4S bee C.82ohi w of se oor.eo. l 111 811lmmee on Broadway 0 '
dad Dollar..ilTldf .8." A'. Read, -Cisco, Tex. writes r the par value: of Fifty Dollar-,and *hal< b* and Rr n of way then northeasterly on Rf rt w Finest Line of Samples, | Street. at "the BRICK BAR BU( DINO,
: .* March 11 ll Ol: Vy. wrist was sprained paid In at follow; Elxht, Hundred Dollar In to a point ueuufbegibenetobSgiu leoSd, of Wall Paper. Etc. 0 'rt
badly e..h and the balinc to remain In the treanurr HtH ever $;
c! so by a fall that it was use* for dl..poo.1 in iikcb T'Th land S Shown''
manver *tb. dlretitor sail .M..e4.&i
being a the date of in Kissimmee i
'less and N '
; after using'several remediesthat may hereafter declROal. -h.. issuance 01 such .r..llcat6la the Rpme 01UolllnCIQ" N
' failed t.oR'he relief, used Hal. Article IV. Tb term for which laid corpora -.- MUGGE. ,
lard's Snow XJnlmenU; and cured. lion bll ..I.t.ball b.for the term of One Unlexi aald certificate shall be redeemed according NO TROUBLE
was Hundred; year*. to law lax deed wHI'lanu thereon on TO SHOW THEM. i iRE -
.
Iearnestly recommend It to one Article V. The business of..iel 'cor>orallon the Mh dar of 'k.tober. A. D. IvOft, .
' fi suffering; from sprains. Sold bl hall be oooducUHl by the following. officer, a witness my olBclal signature and anal this the
Tbomason.Ilobersoo. i iti f'" : Prl-nL via Preildent "',.......Secretary (I..J] btu dayof September A D. tw\ M. = = ,= = ...---
and a Board or Fly. Director and aurh other K. L LF.HLKY.: : '
oman may from time. to time be d..m..1| neceiuary Clerk Circuit Court 1 Florida. L'APfE-TIZ
TbeCxarha.beenorttietsedbecau RS
N by the Board of Director, 7t.. offlcea By W.8,1iRWELL D.-C., p
he would not call an assembly. Uav of Treaiurer anil Secretary May be held by the

; lOll called one atJast, bets criticised same.Din ctvn penon.may be Th.changed number at anjr of time.the Hoard of Citation of dmintstr t.Cn._

Just the same. You can never please The IIreelo..hsll be elected to servo lor th. Safe '
t some... people., term of on*year by th*Mock holder at an leo- I CoDKTy JOUAK'I CopalOsccoLaCOVNTy. ( fl B and Sure.
rx- lion tob_ <.;heldoa th.._HrtM..... .,-....&ei>loeroi ",...-,. .Fi.l_ .lBy ' I tQ
Are You Engaged. earn year ana in.orneer mall be elected the Count Judge of said Conntyr -
1 by the Director Immediately after the s eo. I Whereaa Lowell Prloe Carnilohael, haa; .; SY
Encaged-people should remember lion .of the Director by the Mockholdar. The plied to this Court for Leiternnf Adnxlnlitratlon
Director h-ll have 'ull on the E.late of Nelson deceased
power to adopt Russell late I
.
that, after marriage, many quarrels a'....... for the conrot..1 >said corporation of said County of Oeoeola.Theaeara. ,
t M ;..: can .avoided by keeping their digestions and thereafter at any lime to amend,, alter therefore,lo>> cite and-ailmonlKb all
,. In good condition with Kleo- mortify or rewind the By-Law The name of l and singular the kindred and creditor of said
K Theo cerswhoSrs to cond,,'" th. business deooaied, to be and appear baiora this Court, BALLARDSttOREHOUND
trio Bitters. S. A. Brown of Ben aid corporation nntltthoae elected! onorbvfnra the yoth of D.
k at the Bret day 8et>leo ber A.
k ,Det.t.nllle. I S. C: says "For rears, my . ...tiou bill' be qualified, are a* follow: O. Ian and file objection. If any they na.e, to the 0Oll
wife suffered intenseley from A. Beaob. Hre .ldcnt; C. W. W.rd, Tlce-fre-! granting letter as a'oreiiald. otherwlie thesame 4 1
j sia dyspep dent: P. h. Van Agutw, Secretary and. Treas will bot granted *. prayed Q
r complicated with torpidJlver.until llref'r'and O. A. Beach C. W Ward.' W. 8. Wltnea. my name a* County Jndff of the
she lost her strength aod' -, gor, Oeoll. A. I. Douegao sad P. A., Van County aforesaid, this 19th dm of August, 19O9 pTo
and"became, a' mere wreck of1', her Agnew, Director : l I.ULI| W. a. JOHNSTON can
Article VI Th* ,amount ofindehtedf County Judge.
:) 't former self. -Then- she. tried electric neu,or liability w'tlt.b th*.aid eorpor.Uoo P, A. VAN! AGNEW: ,
bitters, which helped her at once, and Venal any th...' .0bJoot itself tball, be the Boltotur>> for etltlonr. ' o-noi8
finally made her entirely well. She .amount of Its C \, '

1 Is DOW strong/ and healthy."' The deuce ArtWeVII.rbe t th* *nb* rl>>name lng InourporiUor and plaeeVof. and; rest-the Notice to Creditors, Legatees "

t; 1 '' Osceolai Pharmacy Druggists sells mount of Hock' ubacribed for br each an .... .and Destributeea SYRUP
ahem and,guarantees them a.6oQ ,follow: look at our line of Table
bottle a O. A. He l ch.;A.btnnYIorlds: !!Four share*. Alt persona haying claimalnal.. h. '..t.'. I ,
; 7 v" '" vt . P. A.,, Van. AlP.". Klulmm., Floridai On. of Henry: W. Barber,deceaaed,J.te of Oioeola' delicacies,, make you wish .to taste
I Bbr* County, State of Florida, will ha
prevent ( same
A Uuarito<<, Cur for Pi las. : A. E. Doovgan, Klulmm, 'Florldai.On,. far payment to lb. uuderalgned. properly th m.
ItchingBlind) or Blare.. 1eo\ d. within.-thai tlm prescribed by law,o.- 1
PUe,. Bleeding pro'trading -, fJITATB FLORIDA t the lame will be forever bawdNANCY TONGUE CORES 8 COLDS. CONSUMPTION"BRONCHITIS,
: ,
a u, Druggists/ refund mon- AUNTY O OUCEOLA.!: I I' II \ BELLE WHITE. TICKLERSare
r j'.y if Paxo Ointment fails to cure any "Before me. the under*''gned ores, duly autborUed Admlnlitratrfz. of Estate of.IIenry W. larbtAdministrator's' not VOICOUGH SORE THROAT tHOARSEN ,
,case, DO matter of bow long standing, to lakes acknowledgment of deed., : scarce here every articlein EXnlloVA PHLEGM AND EASES rti
In 0 to 14 days,? -First- application personally appeared O. A. Beach. A.f E. stock H S.THSHTHE .
of ,
our .
) Groceries
bonegaanod can
f. A. Van Anew tome>> well Notice. lay .'' y
.gives ease end rest. &0o. If.1our drult. 1<00.. tone the penou* detorloed In and who l
wI' gist hasn't it sends 60o tn itampa.itwill ; I' eieoutodthe that Instrument, * All pennfit holding eialmaor d.maud.llpoll claim to thetitle. 'Our'aS8ortmen't tit h I :s lading ( for
be forwarde'd. post-paid by Paris I ly oknolnj they * :r4tC theaaUUof Thomas Blla. deceased will prevent Whooping Cough
... same to m. for bec&un
I for the am and pur_ therein prMd.: payment properly attest.ed of : ,
{ Medicine. Co.. St. Louis. Mo.. ?' tf WUnnimy hand and official *.al at KI.. within the lime prescribed" by law, or thesame 2.'STAPLE' contains iOPIATES.. The action I'll B-Jlad'.Hore.
I'
I .Imm** In the County and "tale' aforesaid ibis wl 1 be forever,barred and all Deraon In. i hound S Ito
Uk finding Moajcy.Fladlng I Wth day of Beptamber, A. D. 1_. - debtod to said .. ...* will -m.1 ke Immediateettlement >ruplsrnl1dancfbenta-n.ltJudapt, tQlnfant..u".U ; it
.
I'I v l..'..| T. M. MORPHY-- with the uodenl nd.' AND FANOY. every '
health 1 QROCERiES'cpnslsts' variety of
like ftodlojf'lD; nel 'Notary Publle Bute of Florida. p' ; . t. W. temperament and constitution
: ...-so think those who are sick;When My ovjnral..lon expire June IS. 1UC7.( I, Administrator' of'*the E.Ute of T.Ntl.LERI. I'aI. Read This
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deceaacd. entirely of high( Remarkable'TestimoniaL'
class
you have cough cold sore throat, State of F'orlda. 'I '' J ,

I 1 chest 7lke WiC.Irrtatlon Barber;-better,' of'Sandy act prompt,Lvl. .County Bfore of me" OaovoU!,. th. undersigned) H effleer; 'peronl.; Notice. of, Final ,Settlement 'and roods. ..Nothing< of, inferior Duality: ; was NRA sick II.'W.thr.EVANS. months, CI'.rwat. It.... wr'ttut-"My huebaD4 ayr

IV apr eared O. A.. Beaoh. A. B. Uonevan : and the doctors tollS me h. bid quick eons,
nod ;Application DilJ
Va He says:, "I bad 'a 'terrible rb.A. Van Agnaw, who upon oath **y: That for harge.. is permitted to|nter our store., 'Ifyoui It tog f.FOCurad a boW. 01 B&lJar4'.Horehotm4 Syrup sq4' ,
i'cheat'trouble'caused smoke and ar* Ih. ubwlber lo the. : cured hhn
.. forrgolntntmmeut :Notice I Ie ....that wdenlgM a w.U
'" ooal dutfoD my 'lungs..but,'after flpdno faith,to and that II J.* Intend. by them In good' a*.Administrator hereby of the entate the*of K.H.Laaier., will I leave us1"\ an'order' Wewll| lit &the boua.. and ttiklk! S tics DO maa equal, but) w. always keep a bo\Ue. t
f .relief in other remedies)I eonatruct mattatala and operat \he"epllo..llJ1. -- .and of ManLamler.. d.-s.mil for pulmonary i eua.
. '1;aC "ilDIf'eurwd; b Dr.- KIDn"NewDlacover' was '- ,m.otloned- thrla.cAraltA'CH'. r : on 1M-Wednesday make Suet the. ibtk tLmee.l day of.'with Optober$h.boonty A. D 'fillit: to ryobr, .en'tlre j"satisfaction .'' .EaPtoTlttll e; Sure to.Cure; Every Bottle Ceiai'anteefl.BALLARD'S <<; .

'. Cough and colds.,_ A.JC. DOS.&IIAN Jodn of Oaoeola County, State of Florida, a* and prove'tatwe: ''do not Indulge .1.00.
h'' fIIr5tfJ1WnPtlOQi r P VIN8AGNiw.. strotorofsaidet.te.sd.pvy to laid SNOW.LINIMENT COM .
atfy cough or lung won to> and anbecribad befor* me this UI\Ia Court_ ST. LOUIS "0.1 .
a dlmharge a*said adralnialrator. "
;'' )' ti dy of t In *
.: -,> September.J)., 1:111II.: This April ash 1\Ui M.; KATZ empty words_; + *>
.fia. . .
'""i At pneol a'Pbarm..y&) sod1'iawee4l ( I.J! T. M. MURPHY.. '.' or dsldgrt.leai
I. Tcla ; .' i V. : Notary J>ubUo, ."of jr.orld. ''g' ,,vAnr4A.mrt The"'W. B. MAKINSON Cold JIB TOLD
/ ",", .'botttofreo.-' . tf *on mUton esBln* Jun*18, 1997. < q ,tolioitgr, Admlairtrator.:: .' AND NLGOMM&NDEDBY. K o r,

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