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 29, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00196
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Several have '
Home Weddng} : our gtttuos, ,been .' ,C ,
thfs .
week by Roe "of the ." J.
*Parker slickest KUsirnniee beak thieves that ever visited Foil' Report of _tbe?:Regular' Meet . .l.. ", I..., *< : .. ,

Mia YinrJ*l, Bpd ,Mr, the most;. He reckless seem daring to have in every exercised inl-Held Sept 5th.. Of-lr ''tutyer; 'is now ki'New' 'York seltcting the 'largestr ; 4';'' ,1.. ,! ,

Geoell uwnre! Hearts and Instance and the only evidence' of :
assortment of t' '
Seasonable. Dry' Goods ; ;
his JVoffcms
Hand at H,...'. 'Allan( visit wa the absence of some val. *

tM'llIIa'aa,1o C.uables.,, Oo'WedoMda'lIlrbl Mr.. 0. M : "I. ; >190.< : 5. Lades !and Gentlemens! Vurnishings.ever' l>roi ikt: % :< '
mosi was : '
of the wed- FeeJ r awskepedtby bearing a o'ThibembersoflbBadui 'r '

dingo which has taken place la Kls. disturbance r among his chicken: Instruction met'.in regular session Public, -1. '. .Kissimmee." 4'1 ": T" 1.y, ..

'slmmee for many a. year-was the oat Thinking ao 'opossum"or'some otheranimal there being'' present C.. E Franklin, \ :s i:' : '
which took place at. the resldenoolJudae wa disturbing them accompanied .Chm.| J. Strickland and 3. B. Tumb- "' -, ; Wo are offering Summer Goods at' greatly '.
and Mr,. George Fpstor. Parkeron by Mrs.. Peeler and hisbulldo.Jie :/ -
Itn. also W. J. Sear, Sup!
Wednesday evening-,' when their. went out to Investigate. Not The minutes of the )last-meeting were 'l reduced. prices'in ,order'. 'f, ','toake?t,*cool_ i: ',4,,
Virginia Foster, was untied seeinganything auspicious returned *
daughter, read and approved. ., -, for New Goods. '.
in marriage with Mr. George Michael to the bouse to Hod a watch, reporter :il" t.

Dunne.n valued at SCO.'and a :pocketbook containing lows, Treasurer: Gilbert ;, l- ;We will save you money: t.. '.. ,n
I'roraptly. aL 8 o'clock to the stratniof fifty.cents' tnlsalnar.. The same .
night the of 2. North To ire It.... BOO.M oT Publio loitraotlon'la. .pn4!
store in
the-"Bridal Chorui" from Loheo. Phillips -
forO.oecla4tosstyl 1 .
grin, rendered by *ri. W. L. Van Kisslmmee' was, burglarized and all I herewith tender'mv resort r eteaa. WARING: .DRY GOODS COMPANY .
in and
Uuzor .the bridal'' party ,entered! : the money the cash dra.-16 Osoeola .
small urer of count) . we. oontb 1 ,
beautlfulii* decorated parlor,--the some oh.atioatolm. ,
of D. '
August. )905 s ar
Thursday morning between. e and 1 ---t---- "
Ioirlde leaning oo .the arm of the maid .
of honor, her' sister Miss Mabel Park o'clock' while 'Mr.: Lee Bandy was CB.OOI. FUND, AN f'' -i-- .. a '

meeting the groom who entered" churning onthe back: verandah the Tobalanee from lut tv| 11 ..:. 1ZM M : ORDINANCE. t'AN I'
er; tils" best man, Mr. W. J."McKaldof front part of the house wa entered To a"ounU..o f ram Tlx Col t.axMIIIO'f 2J M 01llllNANci Providing for the 'ferment

with prater, .8. C.' Under an arch of ahd Mr. Bandy'* gold watch and T.wet raa from Tn Col: poles| IDU4..,,. > 00 ,of Interest upon, and for the Redemption 9,

faknibod and white roses, ,while to. the chain and .two diamond ring were 1121n 9698 the Town Bonds,al.ied'.Street Impro..n.. lr
stolen. A little later In the day'be By wM-rmaU u llil 5a14 Bonds" and "
"SieAody of "Hearts and Flowers" t.bee.lbollomarrl.p pr .., "Cemetery MorUMe Bonds.
ceremony wtftper.forined tween 8 and 9 o'clock' the residence of To bat.nele t k!t. TS 1OMOOI. and fof the Appotntmeut of Bond Trustees,

by Kef Father. liresnahan u1 Mr H. D. Guloe in North Klsslnmee, os-Dinsto ml.'' and Banning the Dutlseof said Trnsueei ; ) ;
was entered and pocketbook con.. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL Or THE
Orlando. attired talnlng $35 in money, a child' ring, .To bftluios fmm lay. report.' ,.,:...... 100 79 TOWN OT" KI88I1IMIB CITTl '
bride wee tastily hwhll4 : ,
Th silk eo .train trimmed with seal w .1I and some valuable paper stolen tbe .... .-ITIOT ".. >. Section J 1, It shall be the dnt> of the Council '

I lace and ,*ore a ,bridal' veil caught later ( and papers being, found,WUTKQU frotn'lut pidu report.,164.6By p.riut.:... IR mToB toprovldsan.ually tenet ap\>o the bonds forth'two p.ymeotof'the'-10-of : i- a'
in the 'but'the and : :
blossoms. The house ,.rd. money"ID.the strut-Is or&b. Town. by E:
orange : paving :
will and loaolousrerandah* were thronged ring were missing. -"Mr." Guloe and &lano ...,.;; .'...*,..*,.,.,.,. ..... 10144 rr..lloft .od Ot.b.rwl.. woruna th. ,: .k.. .' ,
Mist Lucy Clarkson were in'another alVI.Q "V vw Bon4. II BHU upon.iI : ,. '
with the great/: number of guests. (CBOOb I0S-BUTUCV?0.1., I the bond lasued for Ibe purpose of paying the i
.the time the robbery
part .f the house at '
After' < the ceremony an informal re To bUnp*:1_ ,.110I'\\.g6 balance due on the purchase money now. and 1'
wa*. belt and the couple was committed. We have beard By paid wtrraaUM. per 't....1. ... 41 mortgage upon tba Rose Hill Cemetery,styled '
...... "cemetery Morts.. Booda," and
reeelveti and of no ,01"., .' to the perpetrator of to provide "!
of/the their best friends wishes, after'which conaratulatlbua these. robberies, but from the similarity To laoe*-..:.!.-,......,<.>,, ,','., -....,., t. 71 Ae..Wlosol for tbe creation sal..1 of) bonda a elnUog; and lund to that for and the they re

light refreshments, cupei-ling. of.nut flf methods employed It is presumed CH'MU V-atTU...f ...o."', .. a. Ml levy a .sufficient taa annually "to meet

cream and cake were nerved and a they, were all done bv .the same To ....t. tn.m !." ",.pon.'... .... ... ,. ...$ 12N 41 these. ctiargve.Hecttonl.. Immedlatrlf the'IxuanneAt d
who. is apparently' about the .,..-...... ajpon
happy hour was spent by the company party, To lax collector Uxti IVOi.' ,? t 4< old bonds the Council ahall appoint by
in &IImlrloll'l.he "smoothest Article .that ever. came. resolution to be recorded. In the njlnaice a ..
in pleasantries down the pike. 1X0 81By committee! three ...........,who snail be free*
many handsome and costly. weddl.>gprevents BSM aa H *aaM ansasssOTew4tw. ,, warrant* pole aa. .p.rll.t.,-,..-'.." A3 71f holders of laid Town,and shall be ttjrled Trn.
the bride. toes of Town Bobd. who aha,I rive bond
received by j-- mn-
this time the bride threw her :Devoured-by, : .; ; '. TOD&"i: {.......:.... f.).. 71 WKUUHHBS ulug to the Mayor oi the Towa with eufltolent . ..' .
During '" ,
suretlet. In the. sum .One Thousand Dollars f';;;';
boquet of "lirlde" roses among her Children often cry t''not, fro n pain HIOB WHOALVO.1.Tobalano earn, conditioned that the said Trosteee shall L\
lady friends and Miss Uerlie buUfrom hunger, although'' fed 'abundantly. -i *Ira tact report._...,.s., ,,:.t 4OS $.' faithfully discharge tha trwet eonstlvd In them Yaidosta) '

5ouog.. was the fortunate one to revive ., 'The entire trouble' arise. Bypatd. warrensr. lUt..(,.,,.,,, Jl 1 such and aball sums pay of money over and aa may duly ooma aooount into for their.11 Foundr)., ,& Machine \Co KvnlnosTA.

It, thus insuring her bapP1-ma. from Inanition. ; their food-1 not assimilated To b ....... .....; .t.',....... 60672 hands by virtues ol aalJ truat. '.
rise within. a year. but devoured by worms.A faaiNtsaec.00L.a: Section .. All moneys eoll....... to par the QA. :
bride I Interest npon, or fora slnkin fund for. said .: --- oil
of the few doses of White'*. Cream Vermifuge '
The "going i.,<.pit.40tPS bonded debt, shall be i>'atd over by tbs Marshal '
black J
was a dark blue and : changeable" will cause them toO, cease ..cry- By paid warrant aa par lid ,.*...-. ftTobaUora and Tax Collector" to tha aid ,...-. and the '

silk polo with.turban vest of of blue haad-and made white lace, with anda much Legend to. begin.the surprise to thrive and at'Joy once of, very the ....'il.,....;...,:.", ,.!.., 40S-M s shall.Id. Truataes latest the annual Iba shall residue lutereat pal In out good on ol.aid the, funds bonds so and renelred ba- "Write for 'Bargain' :Lint' of 'Engines;'Boilers ..

and'canoelledwarraouamountng '
wtitte breapt.Thti bridal. eou.ple left. >on"'tbe'midi erson.mother.' Solo by Thorna oo''& Rob-.' The following. paid. & in tbe grand total tion held of as said an aocumolsting bonds st uiatnrity lund for. the' re .mpo. .nnd':8a\v.'l\Ult: .'' \ $: .;All kinds ,aria"sizes.:, 5 51 Webny:; T"....

. to 16.9.I.'S.' were burned In open Section 4. In case of tbe death, of resigns' sell
far Jacksonville where 'f'Stred' and trade new and second C hand marElaeryof
nlgUt train session <* lion, or removal for ".0.*, of any of tha said ? -
they will spend ..d.,, thn M Way. Paving1, Delayed. ,, Trustees, the Council shall All the vacancy. ,: '' li'!
icroiis where a reception will be tender 'BIII'were.ppro'.cl and'warr ot.a Beetiou. All ordinances or pane of or tnanoea every k!ntL Wownianufacture'Columns; ;

ed<< them on Friday night by Dr. and 'The paving, of lobe street is being l"sued a* follow' hereby ill conflict repealed herewith. be., and. 'the sameare I unties Ventilators and:'all kinds t of castings.< "

Mrs J. II. Redding aunt sad.ulwle: temporarily delayed on.account of the Mr. J H 8.... la ., - i
of the bride, and on Monday they will inability othe street.,. committee- to MIa M .B.--U..I.T Bunek. "" *". .e.4.-..... at 45 W M ODVU _loa this 6th day of aeptcmbrr. A. D. ? ? I

proceed' Sampler, 'S. C., their future . make arrangements far securing liar- .,I.. Ella Uowaiog " ".*.,; M OC 1906 luabj: ) oJ W. L.; VAN DTTZOR. : cnj '- ,'i 1 it4&e. ;
home. tow phospbaM rock which 1* oooooded B Wlu.low. ,'."' 1$,.. 40 MB ( uPreildent' of Coundf. OUR PRICES, WILL,SELL .*. '
wilderness, be'the best material for the window :: J ... 600)41.sU.odrf.OwenW. Alteet1J" ) #'0' \..
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When KUslmmee wa* 'a to. _, pur- : i IS... soon .' B.OH.BER'fJR.. .' !1 .
Judge Parker came here as agent for pOe ., Mta Uenrgl.Ow.Ma" to'' I.... 1080J C'ewk.or Lb. Town of Ktsitmmee'City.Approfad g*-)(.aUoli this paper when writing for JlsW. p. .....i 1 1r ;

the South Florida It. It, and this hasbeen -Chairman: Lesley of the Street: Committee f ". .a7.. 1& 00MIaMsv.Bowman" tb>s 6th day of aeptomber! A. J)'
his home ever since, so Miss Virginia" and Counctiman\{ H. M. Pfann, 49... uot 19W' :
., J HtrtektaiMl,M B pj..4.r.....I. SIM .... .- '*. W''' ADERHOLD..
is a young lady-that Klsslmmee made a trip to Dartow'& ) days J 8 Tumblin. N B P 1',...!.,?'> '.4.t.'', 12 C8 ,'" Iejp2thexgwsoll(1asmmeCly.. (
| can claim as her' own and-the town Is ago"10 mike arrangement for procure C KVrauklla. M .B P..sil.w..A.w.u. . 0(1( 1"i' L > S
1 Justly proud of her and while all wish Ing a hundred carload of this rock. w a..,,.... alsry priming enp"{.%(*"...."- ":... 150 4 ClUv.n. 11J : ,.
her "Uod> speed? more than 'One They found that the only available .*...r.-i..,..*. ; 6a JJ < AN ORDINANCE.. ; : ;
young man-cast (baleful looks at the pit had been secured by ()onl.ractQrKaodrtck aOIIb.rtSromTrea." .t...., ....:.." TeiepbonaandTalefiaph ? -. OSCEOLA PHARMACY: .,,1
Mr* R nilbert" art Com Trea..4. .... 66 ytotborliint The BouUtern'-Btll ; :
bore < of Tampa, who ha* a large 1' .
Duo one" ofttbe best band for that J BTumblln, haullns. pupils No la.n.... M 00 Co.. to use the public streets of ib. '. = 'IJ: . n ',.""' ,J- '.1 .I \ ., '
who Is from 'P..lnacontract. on 11 HIJack r '
H H rerUet, haul. .pupils No daya.
Town of Klnalniai CUvi Toddy;; lot the : : :.'
11115 ) .
families of South Carolina .lived here They then went to Tampa and caw Harvey haul pawl's No dare. 1 M : ; .o. ff'"
aome.'el..I'ago. ; '110 } Mr. Kendrick who told them that if I he Job Padgett haul puplla No U, IS d.,... 0 111Amertea. purpose o*., Vlaclug poles and elactrtval oar I ,... 7.: .
book thereon,
!took Co ,187" da '
The bened lotion '6f Joe 'Jefferson could make arrangement erebl .he W I S..ratrelbl, .:x' and dra'..... ,v ,-eo '_eetlanl-It Ordained b. the Council of + You ..r.tfhe you have bout! b .
live long could let them have the rock -wtiboux in 1 lSCO .
nip Van Wrinkle "May you D Y Johnaon work a< < the Town -of Klaalmoee City Florida. thai '
and prosper" was whispered into the interfering with. his work In Tampa, HdwCo oppllea..t',... 481C permiaaion be and the earn*.. hereby '.std f r'Pre'sbriptJotl fill. I dyby.' .o_*- i.Wr .;
Prof M HJJmlth. aparaiueachBol....;., 2111 MG : : *: t.'nserke"lt"a ,
blu.blnabrld... more than thafr he would b 4ad to do. It, andthat to The Boulbem Ball Telephone end TttlcirmpbCo. .
carol the UTloer. haulinictiooka.. .......'. ... TlJom / '
and ,
led the stalwart be would take the matter with ..'' "A.... . M 19Allen ,lu ooceeeara avalgaa to areot Operateand I. 'poMtt.b. .trwn.tyr'w
once during the evening, I up ;: riumeralla labor acb la. ., maintain II...of aulepbone and tclaorapb.lucludlur er
looked at If i his foreman the pit and. let them Haaoook labor aoh 4".. ... ... ... ... 108 11 andlectrlealoondaotora '
at fluorite
figure of .the groom W W.Cbs6dlerlaborech _,.?,,,?......,.-211 U . theneoaaaary. pvlaa, and over the r ', ,... ..., .Io, ..iwetk. : :
he oouM and would shield her from know. s< on a* possible., Chairman labor aeb M .. .. ....., SIMRoeoWllllama upon aUnuj '
of ibetowa .
the is further developments mm. atraata and UUjbwavi r bOtOMM. PMIifM r...,1 Sn' ,.
every possible oars during coming Lesley now awaiting labor sob M. ;.e1216 ofElssI Florida, aa lla bualnaaa nrsff : t
&r', -, and should he fall to. get the Upoo request of patrons of school from tlma 10 time( roqnlre' lor the purpose rt ',,t.J.., ;ger' etlved' 'I hi:'aPharhiacIt'tl' ; ,;; \"(
house party" of friends rock In this ..way will try and -make No. 13 the of Prof.' B. Winslow doing a 'but dlaiauoe bualutaa prevldod Mall '
A large _.salary ....1.. aha'l ... neat and .,..metrical.Pro t Quick :.fcireleasne'ss. ;Oiveui'avend aali'snd ,
.. 'were 'presentfor- the oerwmono some. .otherarraogewenU. _. was' r."ed.too$50.001he extra five vided ortber that this ordlaanoa shall not be 1t t.....
among which work Misses, Ethel l' . dollar to be. paid ,out of'the sub-d1s- tXH>atrae4 as eonlerriujiraocblaa verect nr dlvery :. us ygtu-presedpti; iittl ,,,,
Smith Shelly Smith,,Mr.- and Mrs. 'i, 6poa'.*. trictfund.Aresolution. operate a local telephone_.. exchange or .to do, a.ooal : . t. .. 1y "'.. ,
., telephone boa 0 I .. ,1\'I,1'! <'t' ..
Aubrey ,Smith Mr. andMrt.'J:41.Irvine ,' ''S.. A.... flead|. Cisco, Tes;< -write, .wa* passed'a follows: 1 HectloaA That the work of erecting polaaby 04.or. .. 'Irlot! , r. ...:'l .-'
Mr and ahalt be......under "' : .flt ; /
and Mrs,. U Irvine, Each teacher at the close of his school virtue of this Ordinance "
March 11. 1901 My wrist wa
: sprained '
Mrs. M. IV:Irvine;, orOrlando. Also so -a fall that It wa useless shall make a Hit in duplicate of the the the aopervUlon and Southern Bell the Mreet 1'eiapbouv"" C..I-and.TelvHi ,and - :THE- "LE/tCNti1' ''ORO" STORC";. ..,.....:4r| : tr ?j; fitititi :
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Mr. E. J. Dunne father of the groom, book used lo'be.. school' and shall and, 'r '' '' '
; and after using several) remedies apb Co.. ,11 replace properly. "-' ayny J'
and-Mr, 'Wjley McKXln.. and 'Miss that failed to WivereUef., used Bal-. turn Over said book together with .. sidewalk or' street shut may b* dlaplaoed v r 1: 'r '

\' Adel Dunne ot( 8urnu; S. O sbe: lard's Snow Liniment, and wa cured.: one of "be'Uate.-'oLber bl/ reason the failure of the of ere the'Lioo Company 01 such ao to poleaandupon do after 'ua t, J

Over hundred''. friends were. at I earnestly recommend it to anyone list shall be turned-over to the county twenty d..,'. noUce4n writing abail have been .' .

midnight train k. bid lobe happy. couple"gooifbye'Vi suffering' from .sprains.; Soldby superintendent. Provided'that. Klvenoyuie,Mayor aald and beet City; Florida to Company
with blessings ', ' book unfitfor *ue -durinic the next: oratreetthift .' \: ... '
Thorn asoq & Roberson. !. repair auoa potion -tbeitdewalk' -THE '"" 0' !- "" -.. "" & :..
.wishes-showers' of. rice and othertokens. + i .' *."\ term shall be sent to tbe superintendent may have bell,,' distorted.1'bv aald Con "'" '
., j f. and said bopk so returned shall pang, and volleot front said Company: I Il mt ?(4't" "', ,:, !
"f - -. _. ," I OSCEOLA. HIGH SCHOOL." Mention 8. In uoualderatlon of the figbta..." b r -" .. ., -,
the list abovenameiil. _
; not be' Included.o .
--'WBaItLY'IIBPOII'I'- herein ,..wi aald
tvUene *
""4 Are You Edall(04. I .. Each teacher at the close of demand provide one Compau1sballupon \

1 femesiber Report for the week. ending September . the school shall do ai 1 above directed uole.\on wbncb (be Tow of Kt..lmm.eCity. i lfflfetto e.iahllm_ : ( bj
Engaged should ; attach either ore alarm, '
that, after people marriage, many i quarrel. x2d, lW5. : and shall present to the superintendenta teierrapb Florida, may or desire pollue to.telegraph wires, fur tbetieeUMof :i 1.
.their dl- The Frlbary Department reports a receipt from the supervisor for said the police and Bra alarm telegraphayatem ,
cab l be avoided by keeping Eleo- marked Improvement In. writing this. books before the last mouths salary of tbe Town of KiHlmmva. City,Florida.Heetlon . ,
gestlons in good condition with week.- Enrollment 63. shall be 'paid. 4Ji : 4. Bald Compact shall at all tlmea -

trio' Bitters. S. A. Brown, of 'Benoettsvllle st I Second Grade.Number Work. work B. Tumblln was directed to-arrange be aubjret. or.whlab to the may Town hereafter Ordlnanoea. be paaaed now In relative exlitavee -- By olning.our'Piano I Club :you vylli'bo. able'to? et'1." ; r i1

$. C: sales, "For rears.imy InJthi grade are doing of the of tile pnblto soak by telephone : 3
pupil for the bau 11011',of the'pupUs to nm "
wife suffered Intenseley from dyspep- aolea. iuectlon - $(.00,00' grade Piano for i$267i6o. payments of ]
in the four fundamental principle; school No. 13 and to report at. the next, ,1 and telegraph' oom|> :

::" : sin, complicate, with torpid and lifer vigor, uo<,- .they are, also taking up the Roman meeting of the Board." I the Town ofKlaalmiuee 6 bald( Company City, ahall florid Indemnify a, ...IDa"! ,.', '$10.OO'down: :and membership! .dues of f $6.OOrper'? ' t

tithe lost her .strength notation far aa. twenty* Enrollment ) Prof. N..-H.. Smith was authorizedto and aaauma all llabiUtlea) for dauta| >a which < free ,
.and .became 'a mere wreck of her Bole *' order outfit for Klislmmee nay arise'Or accrue I*l>e '1'Ow..1 1..lm... month,', without Interest Piano' clelivere.' t. ,to.n :
an Bray A
former self. Then she tried electric and Third Grade.-Tbft tl\ teacher of tMsdtparl.ment.a. High school. *. 2-;' ., -4. city Florida., from. d"l.ailnlury. .
bitter., ,which helped her at once, delighted with the evidence Miss Moon was' given the_Art Department lutboriaeei. or the neglect of std Company erany ." >: 1 ::1 '" .,'
finally made her entirely! well. She and of lu'employeoa to comply)' with anrordluanoa B BlBHSJBKBBBBIJBjSJBHB] '
of thorough School t.
give of.the Osceola High .
Is'now and healthy.': The training reiatl.elo U>euaeof Ibe atreaU of *BlR* *PV>*B ***** **** nHnlaVnlAdyaiitage j, ,:,
strong sells careful received.In the' second The salary of ''J. H Walker: for ..Id <._ town and the acceptance by If ., ,,',
Onceola Pharmacy Druggists grade. Enrollment 4r..*,. "'r hauling pupil for Baalnger school the. Compauy of Ihla Ordinance iball be an
them iQ4; guarantees' them at. (Oo' a. Fourth Grade, Geography.The was pissed at $10.00 for the first month creemei.t it to pay lotheTowuofKlnlm-'. :
of for 'Of dub '
aunt money
bottle. -................ . .. i students of this grade have'beer very and *20 for the 'remaining. month of bee witch City,...,lows may any becomliable, from or. byre ', 1 plan '. : :
much Interested In studyingabout the term;. * ,.aon-of such Injury. ""', ; ..
t Protracted Services. stream' and lakes, .their'.use and There being no further'- business the Section Said.Com pany shalt.I. with the 1. .

characteristics.. Enrollment 52. ' '.- Board adjourned till the next regular Clerk, Florida or the Council, Ua>a
X' series of meetings will be held In Firth Grade, Geography.-This grade meeting. V ]C..E...FRANKLIN.W. ltolttUU' day from: .date:,.when it ahall tee.effect. < publicwewill'orma: l ( club'of ONE HUNDgBD'i .f ; ;! : .
the Method 1st Church, beglnnlnglBun about tbe people '>' Chairman.8uperlntelident. . I
ha. been studying of J. \
day October the 8th..' ne" J. L. Moon JapanLaplsnl and,'-Holland.' En'rollraent '. SCABS ., andeRecafor heonorby;" TbUordlaauee'e term of thirty ((30)) 'b.pears la: force free members,r&nd! each :member \vIWret.. ":' Piano, j jat.the ./ij $ na'I :

the pastor will be ...I't.ed'ln' these 4U : ' the date'when It shut lake affect,and It ahalle wholesale price.. The Clubls.llmfed'to 1 ; < '
services by Rev. E. M.,',Btaunton.pot a Sixth Grade.- Utatol'-Thl. cla.* TO > aobiect<< lo all the tortes and .eoudltlona of ,, ,/ 1j-.f!

/, -evangelist 'of Georgia, 'and. 1* very much interested, in the subject W. DAIOf" .,.'" the let Act'of to Prohibit Legtalatura u..Qraatlng ol Florida by,M entuied unlclpelltlee. "An On;! .Hundred_ and_all,Instruments I soon" oVThe ''a> ; /? "

1Zev. 3,- },-M11Cbol.',. 1etAj...,.Of .thej--aredoiBg: : excellent work.Enrollment KIe1IN lna. PtA of Francblaea orrlgbtato une the streak for ,
]w ..,.,,.... .
deUi ,
diet Church in D.rtow.'d.' 38. ---"' i r.- | -'y' or eertalu purpotfaa for any term 4JU..lnll thirty "
Grade Arlthmetio.ThepupllA Dear'Sir:', .Wouid'3ou.rather'have. (30) 'e.....- or without reeervln* the, ,1.b'M. 'I' .;
Seventh .'' and alter.the expiration of, aiMbtenn .topur.ehaae '" .
New: t are doing /good the review . your customers spear of- your shoesas U .rtr Uaed under tbe said francblae .' 1.. "
,,. Catalog.A of simple and complex fractions, wearing well, as not running downat or right**ad approy d June 2nd, 1899.Bead Pafinetto'PianoI /

"; gle and Wilsonr; the large' ffur enrollment 32. fWOHCLASS the heel as turning water, and taking session a ant thiafilh and aeoond.< .'N lime,'Beptembar.: and ..paaaed AJD.Isopen : v e ,j
nature dealers. will ; their head and : .
of 'D.rt. ready for. nothtngai- cti -.-. *' . faaaj ''
delivery -
/ -
October their ,
1st. say lnetrum .planuhc redid
ntthat has
ammQ"b l'sloguer ofegodds year Latin.=:The :ninth grade We'd rather have ours, at. long Into'rvals rnaldeatolCounolt U $ &%J; JJ. fi L'>

they h..odle.You. descriptive can 'get {. doing wood work. , < . say; "\V. w.aot" some more Atte.t 7J.K: : OI -JEItT.-JR.,- . ,- ( our own factories'with: >; some specialte'atareslliat % "::*'l 'mwni'miieU ,

,4 one b y addressing them a post cards Second year"rbl.. clartba paint, and we' want Devoe '!,We know Clerk of Town of I imlmme.City.1.J. tb.t stand'the ciimaUc .'cohdiUons t't""'*' -. .
eertlf the p .
work ininvolu* Jr.. hereby :
R. Qllbert. ;
.' ,They handle. *u, kinds 'ot furniturematting done very good It Isn't human nature to paint veryoften ", pi an ordloaae .'. il' '
pv "
li r
above a
window i lion this week '1 ? don't tbem to come medtorf To"a State bettef 'Pianolevec : '
shades etc. an< ;}we expect P"' at I.b.JOonolt of the than any alanufaaty d j\ :ft
-. hav* decided to knock the Bottom; 'outot'ptle Third year. Geometry.-Thl* :ela- very often; don't want 'em to. All we of gleslmmee City rkrMsheld. eo theI lb ,

*_. (They also take care of all Is beginning in plain geometry .-Thts' want is. 'to'paint' what they have to day ot oepumb...P J'b ueiR1' ra: , 4"1 ,,,'
matter pretalolng. to undertaking ,Fourth. year, Solid Geometry.' paint 'wheoe.el"ob ; paint it;.nhe .i ."Clerk.ofCeanOUf:: "'
'In all South 'J-lorlda. W class.has been bay In-sol Id; geometrythis longer the tlme. the surer' they'are to. A ''roved thy'B.ptemberMh1906.; )

.: take pleasure In ''reaconjenilng "tbem* I week. Enrollment 60. ..' e < come-back. .There's holiness' ;&: ukb ,Iu. l. I. 1Y,. EEHOLMDctov The Cible: Cbm"an.I.; I."Y; :

"to out readers.-Dartow T Courier Total enrollment. 373. In the world; ' houses enoughto to-" r.' : -

Informant 'or '. I L paint) let. 'em take their time ( .. . .J . ., .. , .. ... ''1.''
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and Wilson '! Tesit 28 Years 'CMf. .., ; .
Angel pays 'th.ou ., lrolgh' I Ha 5.44 f he 4 It we were a hoemaker.-we'd make !!I .! '

"'I" . ,afl)goods' bought,of. .them.', .1m. The old,' original Oro...'* 'Tasteless shoes to last %.lifetime' and. shoe the We.Will, fur'pish Stove' .Wood- delivered FRANiS,.E. -.CHASE.;,, MtTT., ,;I 'I( ;kcksoavWe f ,j"> ;:. ; .(, ,
""* ,i'j-i_ : "
j. j "u Chill Tonic. -.Yoitknow.' what are whole town. Your truly town.alSL00', '". ,01. .' <.jL.,;,...+ : +. t .
-They are !good for home you W D VOH & COXJew to any part of ; per """ ,. Dyfv CATA . . ti'ik e }
us* what .tsr; F &
In . .
taking It 1. Iron abd qulnib a 1 ,MAYMABD LUMBTB po.:
n .
l \ Strand.
,old newspapersl lW. sell 'MB, *&. .. ToeUrenopayfoot, Q ; York L
.; "-> ,,7 >a stiles. form ; h a ,a ti rfV '_- '*** - -

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+ three tfc"'* .rein* 'to bis : ::

'- R rely _" asssitd R 4s to dlta Haagetfs E VEEEO1Te: : ;,

; from her. wrap:and to alight: CttY'EAMl:1t .

". "ps 0 the facet sad .sH; were led ell ... ,
Iw I a ,
W 44-rin $ tad .they accendcd die LILLIE:, .
C : Johnaon. JrR.fsrr
*ttc j* f. the kettle terrace before the en. CqUta clay l'obDNo. Sr.
aar>ri to the .-RKrtmarmUoTL"Ur : r ,.. ...'.. -- ' .., to l1'.llncer .d return'. Roseada ear.. Kladar' a

-t' 'W P ,froIl) tqe fi ) .,. tie,., : *,,*. **..1. and htoking back I .J O.... UE'-....* of tH---D' 7 in. .00 Tllei4ay e M1 marring trips. at '" ayrivssYJ.ifmmed'Yriday evening: 1

II .ttT tae veaJ tf wWtI they bad'Just < 81>tdai Charter
.. -uu.r' sue; *t/S.' :ratUer, aas ic oty;: # j o rl O |_tio. to the q_tk>sj of '.ecommoc1aUoD. for par..fIICen. RMr.asankble..
'':":!. ,' -- -- ---- -. --" 1! I '1. twit see ba s.:;ca of tbraa yet," ..c. f national aid to good roadsl: 00IDterta. In Florida.! ., r

:.' ., ,-c J.i'. \ I "'i.tb-i-cSt. I brsrtt: a Mot tweed of $I -"Olr.Jrbe.prnMMit> n a* embod- Tb most pldare.qus'Watertt.f FreightRatel apply to : ,

,. : ar tietorsAl. ,:6a *__; ntheycfft kI v. ... 'Me: BrowxloW'LtImer l.ilU Las For monger and CLAY JOHNSON. BR. Proprietor. .'

. ., . r. diet r.r-: : -Ue eoatlnse! d. and now t drr .!lW'gs3oe _:.ktD '.. -T. "iOnboard "WIU,7: Kllmm..l 'f ..... M..... A..XANC...,. :elwcJ to adj: [. .. 1 I
:;,._"- i "''W' Tee ''.fraSdof Kerr 'Hxupt- > deniand for its adoption as .a aatiooal
: ;.: lll'. fapeaant.; at oar de.arra tHfr: .s
? } erowlnjt la .
PABT U, CTJAFTCB, Ilf' Ae De wtooC; teatteg ISM r*..*,. *. w pt' r at sat." rte aosweid.he:' la far Tbe firkt of Ibeae bin. was everyquarter.ic'trodnced P rtmetIt

CoIat1awe4. booted repitAcbe after: tbem for ,.,.<<11 .ia4s-b omrc.Ded wift e House. l>;y IIon..W.. I' Bnnrn- Oar Jo b Print1nI i.Jj t f fIs

*<*+ Tat time. ttie lead.Jtteper Cerban't' I"i'&kha.tbe! : line of batch' far behind; ; .zgk, !(f. 11 :;..- .' .' low, of Tcanevcee. and'the otbier in the . '

aid let u* go."Uerev !h .bUrk b ne". ttl/trd'of tbe.tndl C atl, .i -r'$4 at. Ibis admission..,, Hon. A. C. Latltaer, .f

Me lie*! Her Is a eavaHer Jty of harm J: to' r On a-bather,"settirf ; ;Sttrihhr+usett. io"tin.lnt4 bus comp4 no4'trafm .;:''; J i>cth C'.aroltDa."Ibr Kli: are practlt'I and', up-to-date. We are: prepared, I
; for 7o.. 'Major r.a. Stetahaoaen.Metao dawn into a stdr rapid trot.. J aentnrrd t* observe= : eely rte tame, both etlcr; to bring: complete '

'JI, l "d' : toast_ S ba*,H t hers :by:IbU, "That: an -rtgbC:. Mid Ue r': rbarfort. ., ,"*it. ,h:' to tee >afafepf rbens n>le: to_ m 4b L"nltM.State. :as a eoop.rathef therefore, to fill your order wltit promptnes'sI ,|

,. 1RI&Ir.'aaRtino4. to the Adjutant. -'-'" -kJot.-r. o+ we ta-talk'ia--tosM' ''fGvt 6a .: It't:4i: ." e trT polafnt: f ctoYin-the *y.tea>at ''cv .tnJctj b n.ssuring'saUsfaction by doing i good work at |

,...' .;::"-,--- drraL*..1MbUac.iuif :)la>oe .**-. ',. )I. '' !i I!" tit* irpA"' iteiingf( : sad wttb ccuscaJ 4 aM ificproreiaent cf life! lI ,,1.J'! ..' the I I

win ajfcv duo:! rare of yen, mod yon Bat te *xerded.1tbe privilege with r: r7 wrSt+ 4 for ten:' :. ':. .. 4 Uorrnment to irpy( a um .juil to such-prices as

z 1: .' inn ah: w tun the .....y." 11 exceed!**"caution.' AetMT&laed not to ;I "" o:"" s e retnra! ? with what'-by31o ; tie st 1D any 'state! will Supply np>> to". '

S reed. It b.*.' MM witb what avidity startle'. his eompafetoa into being ,oater .1 i i! zb i i4 ;''* o a He: "on the eonttr. !the raa> matu t>rov)<2e>l for. In' a WILL SAVE 'YOU MONEY; .

t' Bteichauaea pounced upon this g...Ue* guard. I .':''ay. i lri*.. ia asasr"trys a rett'fft _-. "Tcrrb! In CcnrrrM; oa bus lA'.l Rrprfmtatlire .
d. cbar ctTTice He 1 q.1ndItb deep' interest for I,, ."kti1pJrz'n"a bL"'t beat.rtrting y Br wnIoW derlxrej that aCPiipTal : ,. .

stars in their couir a' foujrht ber ,trotter: ; ,and U.taed with pro;, ihs! *=Sjiv:.,v"jina ary"/-r kI. ar a yet : 'plan of cor er tJon "-o12M ;J' . RAN UP OLD GLORY. ; I WINNOWED IDEAS. ;|i |

for blaa at last; be thought aa with a found attention to bet history of htm: :,, tan' eTd o Lrapantbtttt: D2md Late!' to l bar rt"Mri1'd to In order to faIrly I -.... --- ,
then be led'her ''op'.to speak: of barsew' : .'1 << dUtriUate the bcrdea Chat i Torte Expression on Subject of Inc,,
atrdioosJy 'grave. composed air be offend .I ebrtpN!! .tbt'et"Crn\ of taxation neccary *- How Paul Jones Accepted the I
Ills ana to We, who bad been borne at Lrtpte. .eejoyins the 1, I.JI'ot' vts to'uimlot a'r a cbam, rgoO to adequately' improve the bbwcrs !: i the Sc'ccpl tcrest by' Prominent Person
titAjf+i) by the' wide expanse of tbBnrzotDe&fters ready, freedom' of, hey conversation'-'- ae. tse: tear::::r'irf: --tMI-o bawl sent *1B{<.added tbls.foreczl 1 point; 1 .tenet: cf | No 'capital .earn. such Interest. U I'I'I

figure, '" now that, tbey kept" on byllfferenttopic a edbttr...dt."auS IfcrJll: ter>n t, every j I -Kb l::.c:< a. we porn 'the orlyina": :' The Bon, Homrre: Itlcbard was still! i personal culture,-Pre*. Eliot 'of' HarT

8be' looked pale and 'aHghrly co*> *.. ;i i.8he ;"eI". bat a:9 ICfSlircttav, too-aod k;.a.t .' cetaod of taxation tie entire burden tearing down UI the large'ship, which ,' var3. __ i
ti' ; fnacd. bat Infinitely pretty. In a warn' wa* evidently' familiar with tbe..i|t Sea{ktal: '- ,; 5 5' of toot focjulsoway Improvement fall i ..-u. th_ protecting' a large Heel of 1 THere never was'a time when Crimea J <...;.

k winter costume of gray doth and dark. country; and gave Mo many parUcu- i; Pat A Ei >=eni fc? .tural lands merchant ship*. In (order to prote1Ua.t ( and murder!. were so prevalent In thin :'t

trowa fur, and.a cap of the same, over tar* hUtory .c4 tradition. I It Cats 1'f'tJ/ : and be perwin Tiringn, the rural valuibJe: conroai it .a hauled* bs4atr. Christian! land which talk so much v

which Woe bead -Tneh-"' Omitted : -.length a* Bteiuhauseti' was be- JuII: nacaio-at;) : Lit 14id ca: Lcoir bow iKntrirt"l' eu the sffeat mass of the be the enemy: ) bove'td about' goternlng; 'other people when It

'woolen start) -waa loosely'thrown't.:. ginaiag to thinktitff bad bad enough !I 10 to'!.;}'. ftfriftif' tired ,lathe toil
.shield their ear from cold and frostbite. . of Iradltrerent *nb] cta. and that hi* |I Hf feared to jrrevoie on ber strange was a Jott and equitable distribution Side lanthorn. of course were must teach'\ out boy manliness and DOC )I
.' '', I I'JaftU.W4 : fair companion wad rather too much >, -lv boned pectjJIar-confidence.In him. .f taxes for nch<< purpose, but with up throughout tic enemy' blp and juanqlkhne**.-Rev. Anna Shaw.No .

?" -. and drew back at Wli f!I; *t bar ease, the reed, which bad hUhi i Kit he'!' manner left biin in bill malldUtance
approaciL. "" t i.'crta.[: been constantly *cending.. ap- teal VbUe J he doubted, tb* first ftefgb' day; when .one-half of the people live 0.'e were. tileD a very 1 people by exchanging \Its own {Individuality -

"Ter1za *. Heir :Major* yo. have al. :'!: proacbed the flrrt rocky pinesprinkled i i, of the party they bad left behind came In cities. and much more than onehalfof : that from them ated )on well may be. , but only by developing and en-

ready ,a+sde some other engagement bill that gnarded the enI roes % torn of tbe road under the the wealth Is concentrated in these sure our ihip was a* prepared rouroclng; :: it-Es-Cur. Aycoclc of N. C,, + '
trance to tIM fend village which *' .i, cities and it) be corporation that for action a* it waa In the pow_ earth will
)tIn.. go wltb-1" i i I, valley tTee rocittnd rapidly: approached.! are will come when the 'i
and ''--to powerful J at the er of man:: to have a ibip. While we tan :
JS "It la eve duty.*i once to obey* JH was the object of t11e excursion, Stt'tnhul.m uttered a strong espressos present time, it I..b be ,. when man 'eiaU j offer
Were tearing
still down
% Interrupted- mocta decision,. and.drawiag began to descend the side of a picturrKine' -:} M dapuat.I : .. J12tpJT necessary that some menus ; upon'tbeeD' tis brother man" not bullets, nor bay. ,i
she billed \I. in these word
r beT arm within bla _..., br"!* .gorge.''at the bottom of which i| CLd! not think that were so" Nose itould be devised' < whereby the revenue "ifolct emy : meta but richer grain, better fruits 4
: !
the a'bole: Our
Jed bet ,away to' his sleigh almost al j In summer time carped' and chafed aI j a.f1'Dr beets." he aid > requisite for I.hecnat Improve- *hip captain -fader flnw..MI.-I.luhf'r I ut Aak. t tI
la his
prisoner so tightly Ud b* hott. bet I,little stream now soil and silent' the .Lea made no reply: bat after an Inc meit that I* called for should be *- a large trumpet I It 1* never also! to build your house {
h.llds. made The
band *galftt bin aid. i Iron grasp of winter, j .ubr. silence. said! .s" ale 'played'.rived!' from all of the! people sod resource aID no answer.a-hbie"Jones! enemy en" t"tiedrbe
4\. 'Von gtrlahsnsen's movement appeared f Tbe hills rose blftt at Hther..tide.stadded . sonhe' possible'. then In a very 1*>4 voice said: 1 tan t
with. rocks which and not rest, a* heretofore.upon .
Doge Cray which
y to pet aa end ttf the besltaYJoai tad eaten from hI'r-ht'ld: tile and< secluded nook or comer
tell what
stood oat on all fetada of fantastic "I 'il we'ba-tt fallen the farming classes, who are the you.aay. .Theetieiay again; with| domestic and t tbe'lIIr
tbe company began rapidly to .r- tnr-as Into aronIIdenttal ". JT.U ran (till your jj
replied: Tell .b.t'.1I.p that t
Jmmt'datlPm. me ,
"every failure of
rd by
tbemaelve shapes loaded with'know one tOI1.b Fran rod Stein- Instincts and affections. In some T !
range ta their sleigh, and ;
I will link
ibe Bargomeiater. andertook tile duties and bare on the other as the wind iaa.*n is not with ,.oar crop and sufferers by every decline. !nprice then answered or "Sink you"and bet 'tune tb.r half "is often more satisfy- :

f of,leader bad drifted; the graf solemn pin i "I'ryoO Rplnhaa"4'nr he renrated.greatly . of agricultural produciL'About : damll"BorJa! ships:! within $4yards iof loan the whole.-Jobn''Burroucb*. .''J J JIn
< trees looked dark and weird over tae '' pouted. "Who she one-third of oar people bear were there I.I nothing I''
When all were seated lie gave tb : of rural-pcrupatloii. |
each ober and at the word
shrond..ed the total cost of the construction: ..ndJmpro'I'm.Dt
word rVorwartand' they started la exovlsile ct.ullDfbtte which ;' "\our wife of cocrte." said Lees "(Ink and be damned: I fully believe mean and debasing It lead *r- man' .*
toe ;,., the earth; tbe 4 *tJa.Uke. tatter silence ; opecjiii ber blue eyes. of the common radaThey . of *
,,order prescribed by the nUes.ot I( # great are the people' of' the country districts. no man 11lag could tell which ship forth among scene o.llIral. grandeur :
was .tmo.te. "MJwife! I bare IODl 'leaves hm( to the .'.
aie!;bing V&rtka.sJkr ,*d : nerrr mar- who the mudsill fired dot. but so It wu that 'each thlp andbeauty; It ,
First came tbex six- ..E1Jupa..... "']. -' >i\ rli' <. Wlio toM youso 7" S wfclcb. ''Is built constitute the'political and industrial upon :aced a broadside. I.*. at the time on 1 working of his own mind, operated |
one-bore. 'vehicles) 'of jbe unmarried "[ tlabgbtunderstood: yon to say I boast the lower deck commanding two of upon by tee purest and moat elevating fof
'In the profound solitode. so>> fat development which is our '
gentletseo.mcb tb vpon that-"* i external Influence Such a man J
accompanied by than the ift-pouoden. Before the ,
To them. In larger' degree! any action; ,
lady lie bad ,Invited; next a large aa A appearance* "of their'went. Isolation:,,; "You &uoonsloo4 or isisconstrned other eats: we owe the magnitude of commenced everything wa so silent may be' simple and rough, but he cannot j J

{ aSeigb.:wrltb four bones, conveying tb aense complete :DttP-IJ: I could hare-'*aid," be" In- the position to which we have attained thai a man could vastly' bear everything be vulrar-Washington Irving 'J.j .
sad then eight or- nine TZwetspajsnenT seemed to force Itself upon' Lies .GcbrIng. tetyptd. eagerly.. along'all line Upon them the beary said. At the second broadside j, There I I. one thing mother should! .<';;

-S v ift (two.__..* eleigbaX., tub bolding I jKlie ".\}., Ue! distance time, .rC1I. band of taxation falls. re'.enUesaly.Tity : .. the guns that I hd command of were 1 learn, and that I I. that babies>> should 4

a four and married gentlemen, turned once e. or twice' to bot.>n.' may have dlmaied the 'l1e.,.,.,. 4'.the tax ipatherer. dismounted a* were also all of our ', not be made' fit. Fat-has aa aesthetic '

closed tb. procession.Behind back: and said: Cr: .t \ll iirtf of the impression yon; but bear the .largest; proportion of the lower deck gun, and of course, the raiso'.on.! It fllir out the chlaks and *

**cb rode': rvant. _vet I "How far we bare left be- :' mad upon me, but. no other has ever burden of government, and receive' men were quartered eUewhere AtM make for the" soft and rounded form. d

with It. the ..,nullet of its benefits.! It i* anunjuSriiid < time. Jones ordered the helm to [S But It tan'! a, srn! of healtf.. ( -Dr. H.W. .

feet r.atJnT on narrow ledge beoeati .\. Tea; they will not *e wp for this ")in*t I never tell yon of the arm ( unequal distribution of the be put hard up and to rUn the. enemy' "'U.,.."govern'iueat chemist .. .

Ar-iS the body *f Use earriagej -? i half-bocr." returned ftlelJaba.... cool it i* to feel that ,. a..at1!' another'sanotPr Jrardeas and beneftts of government on board ft wa done. In dotr I Getting rich I* merely a bad h.bIL- '.

; Away tbey went, the bone tossing ly. "Bat that la bO' matter. :What Who does not Value the Jewel I}' and It 1. tocorrect In a measure there 'this, &er .'tI -boom ran between our. Millionaire N. O. Nelson' of St Loula. ,..,

tbeir beada.a* U proud of tbeir. bell, carious rock.." pointJAg to a gray max he 1i ......--:" I Jo.qo.aUUAnd hardships that tbe mizzen-sbrouds and mfezen-ma*!. Her All 'I ask la I a square 'deal for everyi 'i:

tbeir P'Y'trapping* and tile manyexored *. high above tbdr beads and In front ol H. stopped, for the long Trent of ] bill under discussion being urged JI1 -t.JOra carried away our ensign i man. Glre him a fair chance. Do not, .:'$

tarts of bal that hung from them' SIt sle[.t. were all; In klfbt. and the first I It by the people everywhere.A staff .and color At this. they gave !i let him wrong any onto and do not let 1.

m tie area above. tfcelr beads ... ,... called .th! Pbatketrwouiaa. 0 the utece wfceur: th".r-.t< __. t. three -cheers. :We answeredthem him fee WI'Oll President! "'RooaeTel + -f

The leigb-bell rang merrily' th sbe-replied, and br*' on the kit b Ltd till gazed' .at him a. If ,bewtl or.. a-.s. with one cheer.! Jones at the same. *-

t w driver'cracked their long whips, the "tbe 'Stein Bock f band &sll.., ,-I 4 quick-march else "J ee! yon can trcf* the bead ant j smile lit her face quick Mesh' 1 peak' which # .
"J{L 1Ip : a the Imagination. In ,this 1.1OD-t at place was run- up-the try to make every small country feel .,(
.I.-ualDe'lat.' of the carriage gilttered -. boms quite well. The! shapes'of tfe" '< l Fbitl.d< oWr; her t'J..1t.1Ip looked down. tend that It is an educator of to mean glory of America I mean the most unimportant because: \ do sn't, have ;'f

+ 1 ' ' In tile sand:b..,' the little boy curb here are very mrtoos. I and..bad Jut begun to peakc- .worth. It promise a-healthy. Interest ,hmdom cult, of color that I ever our area In square mile or our length ",

# snouted rfib delight, a*' tile wbel "v.ftSI1ou.. Indeed," a.ld "ieinbaosen. 1 I "I tbutk I begin to are how the mltakft *- .in tlM.- brain a scraps. of.wisdom ..... They were about 36 feet la tile I of coast< line or great resource! ThereIs i.,'

S cortex.swept rapidly down a narrow looking about faim. "Tbey an -.'" when thee newly'arrived.! may be found scattered ..IODgne7 I Cy.-From the "Narrative-of: 'John Kll- *r' great need in our countryof! .re

afreet ft tb*' Lxret. and awn strangely worn and eat""L.arnM '' 1 1 I...aleivlx. '' driver shouted from benesili for those who will to pick up.. There !Quarter-Gunner cf the U. S. Ship riling our conception of patrloUam. v*

over a DaJTOW'sWep'' bridge tat people My that a great'<. "Vo were not so far ahead., after 'srenianTsorts. of road as there Bon Homme- Richard. Under. Paul i I and of our taking from that "i
r Ijpaoned'th*-ruir on which the Iowa lake or-aea onced:ptbla alley all.. Isle. XIJor. though'you: did brat; are many-kinds-of- booki, each "*ort ;Jone*,** In'Scrlbner's.PEARLS! 'conception the spirit( away of mere boastfulness .

wan trail*,'now fast locked la the froareley ,and tbe country IOU..... and these rockl our rote *o boldly"otter filling Its place. The'' grand. turnpike, Te-- .I ..Dcr'unrtn&Mn.. May ItI
..... .Into the .. > are worn and shaped B y the action o; break rule than **' 'fine' 0: ,
couutiy.! away :t : bones, re- with It. estate, speaking OF THOUGH i Wright EewaU.i :f
''pact' cottage. ., their window* ''thickly: :tides and cnrreuts I i i tan f4' Bteinheasen, hastening down wealth; the country b> w.,.* hinting I i 1 think that Osier I* an old loon: y|

i framed with green pin bough to keel r "I believe Bohemia was once an Inc the Rep. to assist tbe lady who occupied teodet contentment-end ease; the lon'I'3IIId. j, If a man could; have half his wishes the man' that' air Why! tbr '.'

4 j'.t; th*.winter blast,\\pt.farmhouse. ,!.land sea.and we art elose to the frog' the socood seat In the leigh to wltb Its Kate 'and It. wayside lun he would doable his trouble.-Poor I!, most brainy crazy' men In- the country are. 1 f

with their central dIrtNDa'M1e4 I' tter. i I rxtHCxt herself from her for,. for travelers.; the river road following Richard. 40 and .i
our the brain work men
%. frosted : and In.the "Close to the bordenr replied Stein .SU/, .... glimpse of
over sparkling pretty of
a. simple! girl aer the stream now. giving How blunt are all tbe adversity
arrow of ever do is after that a& Jn( Jeffrie ;::
.,; nat rare human !gate Ilk* walking baa. laughing and cracking<<; bit eDt,,*n, tbe Bnrgomelt daughter the broad sweep and now but sparkle In comparison with those of *, prize. lighter. -

Tbundle of 'clothes, who topped an< whip.' 'I t and *a won a* aLe was liberated from of light 'tllroll< ft stand after the gay company.Away t'I "ft' la a temptation to. cross' It Sui : her profuse wrapping abe rn up the' trees obstruct. tbtiPft'. There I* the.
A thankful heart quantities. That welch I II beautiful In
Is |
not only tbegreatest'
;r .. tlll. leaving all trace oibouse bid our party a long farewelL" I It steps to link her arm through that of LIly: road where one lose the view of 'tEdward"
virtue but the all lice place Is obnoxlcus out of its ;
b and life behind.; always ascend And glancing 'at Lila companion. ht .Lie*, and bt>cat-<<' at"a rapid -tt*-'bllbwe-: ahead -it-dips. down>> the tber "lrtuH'cero parent" of* .:...' *' rkhain.' place., 4
'' log; sometime so steeply that 'the' laughed again at-the expression/ I II rat*. ' lato the valley, only to rise with a nartarrcd ; :: [ ':

froth.'agK (horse* were obliged to g* i: annoyance, half fear, that crossed .; The rest of the party now drove tip. ;: gauge on a further bill and the ,!, Action may' Dbl alVaysHjna; hap- I i America I. the land of loud nolee >A
f' 'alowly. ;I face. '' Ia quick succession, and tlie large wood toad with its confinent! path and 1 pine*, but there. hr-fto liapplne** I i 1 People In every' way see how much 5 |

{ ) n. 'goat' ', waa/a: mountain villager -;:jj. You believe' me capable' of any wick,'i_ room of the IUtanratlon.wa* crowded .trail. One of the strongest lures I.I Is without .cUt/ > .-Dlaraell. f noire they can Rider Hag' '74

wulcb lay at the foot of a huge conl-< ednesa. I suppose.." be continued. "'It'CaT' laughing noisy, talkative the road built at a time when .It wa \ Pact are God' arguments!: ; we I I gard.
A, i,' ear hilt for rather tnae of rock '' 'Do' you not also bellere that whatever group., which contrasted ..with the f I eater to (TO around or over '%bUI I than (should 'be careful never to misunderstand Perseverance accuracy', the mastery :i 1.:!

S ,t crowned"by some beautiful>> ruin*. ; temptation may assail '.IIM'. mj deatbliYe thence and stJJIries l which f t through; It: heater. to find a safe fordthan' or pervert them.-Tryon Edwards <;", or beginnings with perfection:: nn the

Fftlkroburg was renowned a* an .itbo'ed. ant thought is SCO. aver "will be'for {. reitved without to plunge anywhere: Into the '' |I aim In "I.-Iht'.e will secure uc- jJ..

Syr for both'Bummer and winter par- ,-ou1. j )coat of' the gentlemen" charioteer I stream or bait a bridge. 'The highway ;!: 'j I Hold the mind prayerfully toss In all things, whether! It be in Lbo '
'tie, and especially for "Too may trusrla'inr deep regard which tralzbf'from; one conj j making of shovels, the acquirement
r sleighing Lad delayed a. "few'iiiOn>*nt* to see goes trance wlfB God. We are certain of I I '
'< ' .. j' and not of a language, or the building of a
-Geellescbsft. -for you" another I I. scientist '
'i accommodntion point to a ueceia
personally to the of ; co.-notblol' doubting.-R. S. :: '.
(,e, 'Nearly all the. driver were, familial'withr'th 'i Lite was" sileqf. and when! the spokl i their borse, but they soon joined the { a poet It maT be a fine servant but ,Btorl. ;i cathedral.-Orison Swett Marden.!
but to again It direct him which ol j a' give me the It 1 la forbidden to live upon one' :i
wy; ltelohaaseo It was tq rrat. and then coffee wa brought and I a fiend and companion ', The short ;
waa jalt* newH / two rather faint theta: to take. I the pleasant confusion: of finding seats 1 1t'DStzfCt i meandering road with Its constant 'i, *, saying of wise and good ; Income in' the kingdom of God; one '.'
are of
men great value like '
was therefore obliged to keep bit They had. vetraversed the windings ol surprises. its up bill and down dale its I! the dust can anly: lire by perpetual coneecrallon.
Of goldor the I
,bone well in band, to that animal' the gorge, which now opened out It'' 'I this sunshine and shadow.. One'Which maybe sparks. of. diamond"*.- -Rev. Charles Warner.What .
n' e great. dlsgnat.. manifested by bound aiToolona valley or Msio. at ODe side f I During time 8t"lDbaUWD carefully seen a mile ahead may' be a June I j any' one else hat done you ..

fr end,, rraoeJnga which tally' nncte.a: ; of whlcb was a small -JDorf. the ) bestowed his attention on everyothfrf speedway, but It Is not capable of .I not attempt to. pack a Great I may do. All education-I I. not foundIn

.. b bit driver aklll and atrength of wrist i bourn looklna alike' "white fallloclu I II lady except Ltea yet never lost'sight rO
t 8teinbauaen bad wrapped and packed above the tmlrersal 0owy mantle, tha- <>f bt"r.JJ@ Stone; In Itecreatlon. I I, soul expand so that great hope ball I be acquired In the kitchen." Availyourself .
raw that she talked: with otncbanJiotIon II I I I have "
up bla companion! In the luxnrtona fur lay thick and soft ttpoa ,the earth. I great room. I of opportunities. Never"ucciimb -
by Gf,1I1a with nearly all the Udle. Th City fl,btrr.... 1 i|I Ignorance when to discouragement.' Do Dot discount
aielgb with the Jenderest care Over tile village toversd a anddetmighty .Dd of th !It Is voluntary I. (
'JD gentlemen.IJ
ttfor which( abe thanked him with a mass of rock'rifting six or sevethnndred I tly Oneida County .has unanimously l approved I, criminal, and he may properly be : your ownpowers, or fancy that
.. gtance'and *mll* of annual friendUness. -. feet; quite clear from all tb 1 noticed a Hgbt'ln.kereyes.'made a the issue of *:50OQO.OOO bonds. j j charged with evil who refuse to learn .. culture different from yours I I. of M\
Iiloo0t check that In '
o"-.ber ber.
': 1 .;;and then: an awkward llenc t'e other, bill and crowned by Jbe' graceI his for Improving the country- thoroughfires. i; how he might prevent It.--Johnson. I' necessity' better than yours.-Margaret '
-'J!' fell 1heID.1t' i ' l' vl 11l1on.' quit lovely; and be attributed The,State-meets the county half 1!! E, Eangster in Woman' '
Compftnloh. .
+ iF upon '; t I f nl nUn of a. Klostef. f "- What man in' there that doe Home. -
both to tile .seh.meJIt/ Jt twoui not !
'''/ > and all the highroad are promptly -
A.; < 'Yea. half .. way !<
..If '1}, are frightened. .**. The side were plentifully dotlN'with 4e4 feel Inc.He Improved. Atf New York. >J. located laboriously. though all unconsciously::! ,'
dalmed-Bteinhansen. at, Ia":',looking; pine and'gnarIM fir:trees f but |I blmself fashion the sorrow that Is The average'man believe a thing
.; aw, too. that brute of husband to take advanj j, to "
'; down pt Ue. ,a. aile' oeolledoGslT" perk and.tb f*"great sheer,snrfaceao'rock I of hn speak to lie,.. with an angry tageof Ip oountle tbe.same we are There are road be the pivot of hi* life?-Maeterlinck. first. and then searches for proof later 1
;, shank him -and then most
nearer to during sornoftheir'tedwllder abowed bare- and uncoatb wltta -- i any kind of- proofanswers.
brow and a look that made Btein-
limits repairIng
.,...., performance' ., sort of *..."'.< haate i long to tear him limb front lOud Gravity."YeAi .
much tbe wont
;. r 4 .".N.. carceJy trt tftM4.' a little on. ; 'TJnderjearb' tbe road wound past thiI quite a* a* I S -- .
IIlDb I Tom .
Town < rube
,' bole. in the Adirondack*- Top accepted '
,,," 'A\\ comfortable, :land' I. fear" for. .you. s..J.HT1b.ifrH I first C aU71Ur'bftt.. bouses 'tbron lI' And bow sweetly she smiled upon ics. but. ,I tell you the thought of me. Electrlc- an Sore Throat '

lable vvwwrar .. the narrow street and finally, by Lies him _
,bone too much" .1 I' direction' *, they stopped at a large /ink. I J *often accompanied:: '
her. :> .... TtomA .....I..c.An 'couldn't bh thinking 'Suppose : by sots throat. v
. s'b.'..)* not,," saidBtelnhaaem, and more 'pretentious "Bestanratttm I---It; would k' 'wiser' to allow more exchange this way: There should) reject me.' " i aba ,''III. .cc rdlnc to a doctor ho.edown.

v .ahortly.. '. \ )[ than'could bay., bean expected 'at.! spiritBo.. Internally chaflcg,. 1M. sat oa& be a'law to top fool bnlld- "Ah.! It was the era ty of that'I town location bring1 him many such,.
'"!3at. ''Onadlge. you,, know" tb small a place.Ifwaa ., r" 'do- case*, that the draught mad 'the'
vita tbe,rest to take: his coffee. big highway. This Idea that the thought that xnade your bejart alnk." by .
:' t J'OAd-IDAJ' .J ventore'toglvpMobrbla t;: built on tbe din of.the All ntt f Xt** the ladies, according to German .l outer.edge of a highway-sod, dirt and Philadelphia Preen.' ', fan 'ekrrle so much- dost with lt-V* .

't bedd'fnd' pa.* OQ to.the front: ][I' cock',and "was' reaches. "by" a ,ftclt,01 '.lelsJJln; cuatom'atteneded sedulously tone; all-:shoald be'' thrown into the -1 "The filet I..," .ay*'the authoritythat ,

"It 1*.tbi'* boldlcff la.that' makebm' ttt"p.. ,, ? .' I to the want*l of their,. chlljed cavalier. ,I centre of ''the road ought to entitle Luring'Him On. the air stirred. by the-fan U not freih /"

i'is1 tronWefomeT'. . I, The' view'over tb.' rilley)) wos very ,/;/wbo* 'hands,; numbed with cold ,I I tbe people.who do H ,to! ninety day In Servant' (fat aweet-- air unless the fan !la 'baekeet up kj?]
.S .*T *," .biyrettini* ; priAcl J' de plt. tbe thick: 'fur-covered driving i I ,.U.", Mrl: : Nlcefcllow I III !In the open When open ,t j
road' wen.- - 1,.jolte. crronnded' by 'wlndowa' ;Itbatfioroianiwled tlore. could: *carce *t ant bold 9 plateor "r S .. Sweet Olrl, *.' sting la an lnlde>'room or In I almllaf' .>j' |

,N '.. With. a, df'XtftOa..llaDd. Stclnbaneeo.flo . It ,\. ,:t'' '.' j i' bleu I oat the-alkces: of rich l' of India extend over a Horror*! And(throwing down a novel) place where It, (h ,moat appreelated. t'
- J3'S ,.ba ". no1R1Tt **, pant the tore; A''' perfalle- kt l.romaD 'tra*', 'wblcp vrere banded round., .' U'j. [ larger than tae continent of my hair 1* nil down! the fan uses the iam'air.over and
<: JTell-JiInr.fc'HJ _
'.' '; lap tlIaJ 'off'they 'vent' >tandlDff at Ui. door to'receive them; t!" -" ' ; 0 : --- ; watt-a.-lIttJe" O'rero.n4..tll "
Cout1aa air
.. Tit be e4.r11 .,- Etu'ops:wlthoutliua-! ; tber, up' "andT
t. !, J; ,e 1 as I'm In; : belpngtmother.London ..
; : keep
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'; ;?'"'"':""" r '-:-'- -rrui- '- ,- fl v'r'v, : ,"
: 'I.(1"( e pate>a4 tfir : :, ,- .. ';
dieaut'! arui tlurjghthe: young maD'A.U."ftt.A4r'.fd.'h *., ," ,. "' A t'
;- -.. ---- ;\ tiirTBrytoid' : ; nH )'ou1'tiiuoJ.; / . - aiTqgcT. \ ..., 1
about'1.lhe' abows of earth'_, '", but'' $$7. 'wlilla" bead 'of Vper.plratl'on: ....... :a. ;

hhndJr, j to hU .
0 ,. sprung forchaed. .
Artel a :eaden weight U,on,oyr, tonxu*.. Como II II ; .
.. OR, then. said the J *nacer. .., .. M" r, 1. ,

put our, '\wan old heart expand 'I..)'Ile_ leadlngthewy.! .. w-. e.Iut.a I. "air I" 0.... nambe"lIn4..,.caption! ,-Bow iiid)H ; .apd .rcti', -. I
lire.; ." 'Tlitf inatiH'KPrtturDed "nd cn'ucht l r the It II\kell! tue tired' tty,benr' ,farmersuy to''Sive Straw." r'nT-rut: Yn'W. t; ,,
Walehinjr. ; how I your spirit kin-lie Ma-lit j girl In hi ', ; : ,. ,
And 'e' dream u* buck to pringtimi arma. there I Is no sale tor.theitproduce. It appear to my mind'that, Tig' ,a.' .' .. .' .' .t 'C .1. ._I., _. '.' .__ .-. .a
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"In .
trcmure. we ;0. be -said! cheerfully,, ns Trheii they don't even, let anT one know County farmer(though a good fellow) '.0 ...* ,. ', , . ., . '"W. "ww" -

Old difn"ardor,., ghot. of'gon* delight.W : ., lie-lifted! LInto tnI' car.. c' tbit| (hey have aomacomroodltles'fornlrL I lack the 'courage anl'tact of a Rood may, **-"! .'w*""'<" f de""a"Illb" I\
"; relieve: in 1 the'rhn, ne'e The Rrootn-to-bo clamored In clumsllj -* I ;, Last summer'1 visited neighborS. I Zap soldier. Before blower were J.the world tr tio't..t the .tra ,.Iu '

\ All the..buffeting you and nil the* \ nnd- the clergyman followed, his I noticed be bad 'a few trees of beard of, any man was e pecte4.Jo .m\NGOn ,tbenr,.com* to but, CD. f ftmff.'-" f-tify ta.*

0) the ....n.of time and time ..unrndnl;; method of -eniu"kqtlou. ; detracting summer Kambo apples!; as floe:aa they take his place on the-straw stack Use a quiet cove 0*f they IDt to OtWrt bert *$ i '

,. jruk; the hope .dies, ere tb. wonderwane Somewhat from Ul* dignity.. Tbe rope jrrow. goIng to waste, asked. him requested. Bometlnjei al many a* five day or b*wrecked .z a hoi Ml the bfit'so t -

*!tif was unreeled from tbe bis wlndlM,, why lie did Dot sell -them. "No one men wrought on ,.ta'k'unUllt,was 'la' her' born' port' within that *o*"would botfloat.What Uppedth

t .Jlo'j'oulure 1OY and:iIght.and and ns.tlie aIIoouerept upward. the .want* them be reD, and the men tnrtsed .
: _tfele.ot T .tond.I'trw "'
--. TSTh! cl eers ,o( the crowd redoublt-d." The ,r JDI) j demand jut I to the bet*
:,_ such itpplea 'were big itself for future use (perhaps for several queer '.cldent. that have h.ppe t. helped covsrvp S'
How your sleep rettore you to th.'*nn, yonii) ]( mail slipped an arm nbouftheKlifl. York nt more than fl -per' bushel. year-/) Along' with the bloWer; !. to.Maine .vessels would fill the dek for the ..wa making
How I lie .weet of every hour you capture.. I I. to bin she would bav* filleit
.. heroe .'el' have "'cll. John. said, "speaking came the declaration "That all hand and many of the stories would not b her hopa J
' Haughtily, .done .
; **t ".! 'rDo,,'" louk down'r he cautioned.fl son, "I .guess youi will have to take tacking was at an end. for the blower, believed by landsmen. Two old with ancb a cap open. 4 \ *

;,, We liar lived find loved.'a. you are ,doing ain't scnlrt, ilm," abe t, replied tbeui'dowu I\ul1..elt them, and yon will\ completed the stack.' I discredited It' tired .shipmasters were talking In 4 The steamer cam ,close- 'np. 'after
\V'e are glad to see you Vim the T>ravelyrt although! lie felt be*' trembling. 'Bo' John put Say-Sing and If '
! race; ; have half tbe.woucy.! I front the starts I knew the declaration Bangor ship chandlery the other day away, aike .11.tnc' ..

Half you wooirg cram! ur.eln'our_ work, your .' : the apple nicely ou stt-nw In1' the was a .'take tbo .first. blower alack: I about peculiar disasters at des, and one was wanted, and ,Falklnllhal'

, Your high ntnkea of glory' or disgrace'J Presently" they were awaretbe balloon . \vnRonjbox aunt cb"eredr them ,nil up saw. It bad ua (bed. roof' from' the of them recalled the mysterious' said that b* would Ilk*;'to b

I l was stationary. The clergyman \.wltlt. blanket and started to York to. ''Kroundt'up on the opposite aide from years ago of a little schooner called into' Boston which wai" d ,;'The, :I IIte.

'nail) farewell' '!, nor., blame. us 1t'd- opened a book and began .(bo cere-. ,ell the at>plcs. Tie drove up town 'th& machine, .and' shapeless 1>tl.e' of the Active down In Eggemoggan'Reach e'i owners paid 'the, damage,' "'

1"1 -Clutche nell at our throat the while we" oas* mony.: A.. tile service droned ou-tb :nhout n rolle.thoiohpples nicely covered finely cutTrtraw; 'frour t6p-to"toottom." 'ealtl.'r-r4.tuwatel- Maine.It .I cadet. Boston'the Carleton got a:'I''

;, Brokenly, through tear*,, upon that aladCnce man essayed. one Jook'er! the side "I' all the time,, eipfctlng no doubt ,A"perfect'p.rlnjc to ''I'ecelv andretain wa In the fall year,-and mainmast and- ,main boom, and

, ne, or the car, but those upturnedvface. that some 'telepathist or mind rendersvbiild "moisture, and thereby spoil thegoodfeed the'AcUte w going through a "rath. the -whole In her'deck patched. 'Had, *

was Guru in exquiil old day. far below gave him a queer sensation dtvluc-what he had. come onf on In It. The first blower -we had on er narrow channel. between two l'l- the steamer struck her In anyother $

r Not one bliu nor belief would w* di.put. and drawing tbe girl :yet closerto 'the street slop hint fluid buy the apples our farm, we started In with two good and Shff carried only two men-th. place the .choonel would have',*ole fa 4

( you: him,"be fixed his eyes on the clergy but he was not .o fortunate, Bymere stacker to"folloW tbe rotating pipe muter Captain Ray,'and, his sixteen- down lke. ., "Couldn't be done

I Once for u! aawell, 'the .whole earth .innn's face <" ,. accident, grocer discovered thnt to tramp the middle and arrange the 7tr- ld son. When last seen under again a. year."Jeclared. the :X

,, We. about die. talut. A'moment later: Uierawas; a light he lin'd apples and on alght bought straw evenly over the surface; Then sail the Active warf all right, the boy old Baltic ;<
. We, the .elder, hail our brother you-young! shock. He was aware of a.feeling of them all for about half what he could we gave' order to blow the "straw steering'and bis-father below takingA Some amusing stories ire told of the 0

Kichard giddinesshe, beard a cry of horror I Bold (hem" for bad he'only let turned out.. old rolypoty-.tearner Houghton -'
uurtQ in the Century,. ; have where was needed to complete a good nap as It afterward Chrte
*&' i ,. ..rombe crowd far below.' The ceremony people know that lie had apples for self"preser/lng top on It. We'havenever Next day the Active w.found oa that used to ruin It ne.w. prL '

,j topped abort. Indeed,'tll clergyman nle. Think of a merchant'closing all lost cur straw. but Ret much the rock with her stern stove In, the One trip, coming from roan toBangor -

dropped the book from his hIli'"'"'wllltloWII, taking down, his K<*>d fepdjont-of.ltldnring.'wlnter.: We master drowned In his bunk and the the Honghton 'became Sln:

nerveless band The girl c' IHK': uu-i! sIgh and hbaolutply stop all adverlti- then tear down (the residue for fall fertiliser boy dead at th*' wheel ....It a bullet the tog, and her master1' wa ,t.IDC -

; steadily ".to the aide of' the \..... while lug, liowwuch business do you a"pr'ISe ; und put 4t all. back on the'aoll bole In his to feel his way into Boothba Harbor.

! THEIRWEDDINGJOURNEY the two men clutching .tbe ;rope he would do?-I*. W..Llghty, .IU\I..8n.. ;:: In twelve month 'again., Am not ThI te.4. 'caused a great *enatlon After floundering around ,for hour, -
,t peered over the aide., buietts rloUlbJ J'J'm.. .." -' prophet, enough to divine just where s and .ther "appeared to b and tooting the whittle until. neb

., What they saw struck terror to their a American farmers' will drift1' to.Too no motive tO any one to murder had the'.people ; *

," hearts., The crowd,,- the fair grounds, ,. Tn Kill Hawk foil be.found on the blower straw ,i boy,. and a* ft-was known that the ". pilot boul the voand -

, the whole'earth, 'was facing- away A LouIsiana renderasks I.IIto tr'.ve! .lack for love nf money, afraid of Ultlii hot mut have) bIn fired by a third of.yokes and stopped to listen. Fresently -,.

I from them with sickening/ rapidity. mix vomlca to thl1.elllllInd( linw often outside dust when the Oo --- ---- ---- i __
n to kill bnvrks, Cull 1C U lduurrbuis. prn" h the master of the steam ,
IK" .MauL feet below hem tile broken- to )give It lie Is made --f dust 'We may save, t. rem.lue (bus ,lo 7r.when boat, and
event of the vie ,
f day end' of the .treacherous rope swayed our straw! In ttavki about .as ,w .for._ a man living In another State er baled the fisherman.cAboT '
'. scheduled for five o'clock It Miuloulit'cdUVlu'daiigerona\ to (the the boat! ,Can you give m*:
T and dangled, in tuet breeze. inerly did If Wtt go at' .It rightly. confessed on his deathbed wa "
, .and tbe patrons of the 'fair to give
", e've brc.keloose. ," gasped JIm Intones chlfkpiin, If our renderintenila My rule Is to.'go on thy ne'lghbor'a he who fired the Shot that killed thebelmamsu the course'into nootbbrr
i were evidently of ao'mind : It to those that riTe nliveespechtlly; \ ifluovethun I A loud guffaw was the -
of' horror. stack provided he will, work ou mine, 'of the Active. r.pns
f to inlss any part of It. For nearly ..ahour they floated OHO dose' I veil. ; or furnish a man.I'ny ." The man said that he bad !fired at a and the fisherman fairly Ire'Wlh

;i From a .flat. shapeie>> Ionic, adtvelheiIouda! 'Then the Of coittse if mix voiulcncould/ n;* stackers extra if they desire It; linwk .whichwas circling low and merriment., while th* r ,
Tunas' that lay Inert jf>u the ground and (the large'oath \ ,
only -
to mad all through, swore
gIven which suddenly steamer,
\ '
them schooner
treat ball above began to shrivel It.will. be money well spent We hove dId ,.ot see the .
there gradually. arose a. glistening: somewhat, and ,they sank 1: .1It11'. \tItIltHertbI'Y hawk be ,niade-tTlect that one. uid a couple of pair'of goggle to be used came Intra lte owing' to an a them and,atked If,they,wer
' \ owe of shimmering illk. enmeitbed Ina were quite near t'he earth eat It, there IM .n blll'e.pOllllblllt! ) ,that ou threshingdays, Also furnish a intl'lenlnl clump of Then all craty.

cplderllke web of rope.. The dome' traveling! as they could plainly see, Mr Hawk might die or at least Ueionieo damp Sponge to tie onno... and to see the boy at the "No. w* ain't cracy. cap'nrespouded'th. ; _ _
Ki-ew and rounded steadily. It became sick[ that lie \,'oultl'Mot "a "but we Just _ _
otchlckfii throw his hand *
rapldty toward the northwest,' Fields uroutU to exclude dust If so schooner wheel tip lb.feran. '
a buge-ballr-tti' silken bag was'stretched and-villagea-flcw.' beneath them .ret IIril fQr: otber.jiltJlIwe Slower: stacks need steeper roofs on and fall to tbt dec*, while the schooner had -to laugh. j. _ _
smooth and taut-wlth much would beAn !mpoKRlble tb Into t
'' think "Welih, w' about course
aunt always they SIIIIK lower. a. tbe : them and tbe middle kept very solid.A bro.cbP'to and wa driven .br
mulling aud many smothered exclamation t _k. nnd other'motliods would onl .gnnner.who Boothbay 7** demand** the Captain.* -
hot. air in the balloou graduallycooled. few days after thrashing; and the by tlee. Thl '
: from (ill onlookers. Ittrembled .' be more evtLi'. We hove beard that\ k,' fled Th master ot-tne smack quieted another

and trained( like a thing the A B._.arqn.....i..I." ...-. nut. In the without
and r '
Preaentiytbcy were brushing ana Ulgner,
little steeper
alive and at last It floated upward Calls of n dead chicken which is placedIn n unfortunate ahot. fearing with aggravating deliberation _ _
tree tops, which tilted the car sharplynnd rail or pole on the ridge 'suit of. his
end pulled and tugged at it. 11I001"hlKS threatened momentarily to apfll. view of the b.nwk out of reu-h of heavy fall ,10d.-1. Eeebe. In .1I..e"l that If ,he reported( the matter to the "Wa'll* yew jest turn the wheel* of ,

while tbe wicker cur was adjuvt- oilier\ chicken and been found be' night ''although 'Innocent ,ou'r Itp.mer '',.e oncet o twlcet, _ _
them to earth The clergyman poking Farmer. : "uthorltle
beneath it. aide of to 'kill 'hot oiily! ...tlip old one, but the : any criminal Intent, b Im gain and.ou'l hit te' whar to .
beneath' the sent on
In stuffy little room hawks to wblt-li ot ,. _ _
Meanwhile. a the car, emerged triumphantly witha ,entire brood of young. Jt..l.tlnC rotate; Blight M4 Hot. Bthb. You'r DO'Wr
buck of tbe manager's/ office, near tbe grapple anchor and! a colt of rope.Urentiuleuly It Is ('II rrled. for Thorough; cultivationtend*,' to Co.ot'"t'.t1nt' 'Irillone on record Instances of ve-__ I..a tact that the ChaIe.. -
.entrance gnti, a heavy built: young Scnrecrows'have; but little'terror in dl. bad blundered Into Boothbay.with-
be cast the anchor'overtbe molaluro of .the lIOn a having been wrecked or run down \
wall stalked nervously up and down lde. For a lime itawuns'to'and ImnkM: Mpeclallywhen they t have fl season !iwheu'.there is little danger OL .ell by, reason of their helmsmen being eut the people aboard of her knowing v; 1

uioriped' bis red' face and now Hint fro-like a huge pendulum then brood of young one to feed qnd\ we rot),, and In a wet season it help to sleep' ,or insane IDc one Maine where they were.-NeW. York rreasv

'iK lii pulled out au ancient sliver caught fast in the branches of an elm doubt It thprfr I* any belter W113''Ofwaking kif 11 the ground from becoming! wet choooer was cut by a steamer .

v.-atvli mid- anxiously marked the approach near a bl wblte farmhouse./ The.rope .. way with llu-ni thAn with n A\H\ soggy. Ridging the!' rowa hold up \'because 1 the man at thf.wheel was u"UTIUZiNOThE-' _

of :;. Ill* white tie, his pstentL.ath.r \ pulled* taut;,tbe cur jerked and good(,. shotgun.. .. .It may reqitlcp; a little the vines from tbe ground and, thus deaf and could.not1 the' steamer's li.w-- ...1__.. _.. ,... ...01..

aloe, hi. loug. black cutawayI tilted and swayed, tbeuTtae balloon" patience to lie in wait ana (jet nat euou ,. nid In n quicker evaporation( of moisture whistle signals. The Rockport brig Ibe .. ,. .. ._ .

,ollt wltb tbe white chrysanthemum I snnk gently into the btranche of a !, a hawk but If one or two are hue Ir m.tile foliage= and ground snd Maria W.-Norwrod hadj-a narrow' es The entrance to )Mission Bay, near '
..i tbo buttonhole!' and his tau Kloven killed the others are not. likely to give yean ago False
huge apple tree ami the perilous voyage in *o' doing ui'diIn retarding the ,fal from collision aomo San Diego, formerlvvknown' < a*
of 911 obvious newness all proclaimed was at an eiuf. further trouble. nprend of the bllglit. It Also cover the coast ft Georgia under strange'eirc'uinstnneei. ; Bay, 1* '1 narrow. that the tidal How '

the approach c" nil epoch In bla life.Nenr .From their perch In'tbe apple tree Bareyardswtth no grace: ntoffer Wt't'Cll1. tubers:del'ppru tbe toll; and so pro .' The brig wa rn'nlnlC through I tin and ont of the broadbaain' ,.1t. .
-tb* one little -wlndoxt In Ibe they men running toward them an Inviting place for the hawks. tect them better from tbe.blight spore alone und r easy, sail one mponllitht.night I t. very rapid and strong: save during g '

room !at''a plmu| pleasant-fared! with MW ladders, allt!. three, women following and the chickens have no way to' escape that fall fconi: the l!11\'elf. Wber.II'rt"hlg . and astemer:: wa coming up short Intervals of slack high and tW, -

young woman. 'In one.haiul she! brUt" from them. ,, Is pr4CtIfd'lt'alao nmke this astern. 'When the steamer to water. Th. tidal area
sturdily in the waktv of., the )lalo'DJ
ample bouquet of white pinks;;t'hevtlicr A marten box erected near th'e chicken .4'torch *ft tbat
an -
comfort wa
men? In a few njlnutes the unwillingvoyagers operation easier. ...The objection to rldging close for !II- very' extensive 8 '
band .re.tleily smoothed. the standing ou solid ,)'nrd will' be of I"tl.'rlnllliti Infight Is tbat In a' dry eason It may cans ore*. the brlg'iatern.but, Jh man utthesteamer's ume-flow* in-and out at each flood and;

'folds of bH'-ybrte--.pu'iThl"lCow) ; : 'Now'<' earth again were answering a* beat they "ing hawk*;'. One little' (iuarteu'orMiiebird \ (Ibe plants to .uBr'for'lack, of molhlrt' !' wheel paid, D attention ebbIt. I I. DOW'prae to vtllli tbs'

and abe glanced up end caught will put alblg hawk lo flight to It, holding to his conn*. whichwould neglected ..oaref w through:
of tbe chattering
could the question ,
I tbe( younc WII"'. rye .be geve bin a Tou ninny*' abeut them."Mhy *." and will.often. clinseizIw. fully. a sua'teawaJ By far the-most satisfactory type of take him right through the brig. tbe a..eDC'of horizontal tt'bh and

Quick mull!' of perfect conflBeuee! the ; spraying outfit for thoroughness ot Finally a great shooting; by the) brig's'people useful ., can
;hi 'paused before bet1and Iakv where we are? A ne.t of martens and n f"W' well' I awoke apllt of
The young: an ventured, when the cqrlo. ail work 1 111I ..a two-wheeled cart of tufliclent and the flrlnar of run about tb* feasibility
clergyman ,
took o( her white-gloved directed-shots' 'will do more than wheelman and J.e''ut. | It. saiII '
one of and
I of their rescuers had somewhat appea ;' reach to straddle two rows tbe Iteamer. the scheme, ..
band In lUs own.:, -' \ Ity veil. . 2- " '. ; ".. -" the > poison that oue can'
"'1'on don't 't''I'.calrt.. do, yon, ".You're'ln Clinton,MIlls. In tbe northern Home uud Farm, barrel pump and a and escape, crash..When .- ' There 1* probably enough '
Nellie be ifaked In-a ware concern." ...liflstiga steamer' .bad com .close Wasteduring th* ,ebb and
part Uldgway-County.." one of __ 1 'ho l".P .urn'... 'J drive. Two men foliothll, -- cart the GoW, '
_!*Xot j'- mite.!! '" lie replied .cheer. -tbe-Tuen replied. ,- rFlUto-dUd..ell.rolted!!ar.a.Ig blr-iIlI\IIUrl! :' tw.nty.JI\.foot.hoae."lth":: a. -up It Wi observed;' that the man steerIng of the tides'to generate enough electricIty -;.'.. !

fully. Tare bride took, a step forward. :'will also oftenpay lathe jjicrennc ofrowen.when single tioule, and they, each spray was hanging over wbel a* to light tho city of $ .lt. pro- "
.. her nnd fooked out the' When asked why turbine:plant '
I, leaned over 'There ain't a Sereny. ,lla-wklns spread on the.laud shortly three row without moving from Iho1'ab'lalr..leep. vided that the IDlt.11
the little ,,wlidow He law the 111I1I ward. he'growled!' with a storage -
travel ,back
I.I equipped
asked Another :ln ublch they Ceep of batt. '
round-here. Is there7" she eager- after the lint crop is secured.. .
loon .wOrhlj.II\atbe"brel's, AUtllbJ.'sea h "What do AU tb* room In which the electricity..nt.d. ,
I \ I ly.. - -- method of obtaining A Rood second crop The man drives the length of the s. ou"wat ton,

ot upturned face watching It... "Yes dearie." said one of the women. advised by Prb7ens C. 8"-: PluMp rind the men spraT their row up to the there IsT Here 70a been yawingall the dynamo driven by,the trbID..r
; "I sorter wish we' vnirn't Koln to do a* on.again. In around for an boat and me trying can be) stored for use when
then let.
a MasuucIiusttshoard cart, wbfch move
$erenj Hawkins' place Is. about. 'In a crop report of :
1. It-on your account, Nellie, lie mild. mile e/nnd here." .. Agriculture, i* to, cut early.plow this way the ground caa! l>e gong/ over 4._- dodae. von!." . --" -ThI "San"Plego scheme > r
r "Look n-horf,, Jim/ abe 'jmid gayly the people knew that lie dUposltlon SwUklS !
apr.7Inc"t1Iubo Then growing
and tbe rnJ&
nndmixed quickly, the
The bride pressed her busbnud'srmand and seed at once to clover fairly br8
I needn't ted uneasy on toy ac Two been, .It wa found that throughout the .
"you iifCeeupouuuuuis thoroughly as drlred. everywhere "
face. done AS '
turned to hlm"a-glowing using at least hal .
grasses .. ,
baiiKln'.lend the only nan"nnl'T
COUIII'd rather nmrry j-ou be little wheelman was utilise source* of power
to a .blch"l.y.
"lfturned Withseedingjlone nozzles to a 'bo.t stem thl
"O Jim. she whtaitcreil. of clover, to the acre. .of. her ;
trllpt'JIthtu to goon" steamer.' Most neglected
down from a ort that been hitherto Y.Ju.
I weddln'. better than one,
beautiful Journey itood crop
out a early In July, a with .the
the way '1 .u. n-workln' there at often bad been taken down through the progress mad in tie cen"eraton -
Is a type "
In apparatus
Barker Sheltou. bite Another '
aU.-Rll'b.rd "PIt '
after hould
t of clover from n getinarrledfor ,
"" .Jou"" We'Couldn't' and the
tho the |ios2le > 1ee'.D"
and- a used. III this case stationary fever aud..pplC.t
In New, Orleans September\ or early In Ot-toljrr worn out
; year If thli chance bddlt't. conic uUJ tloVor'lh" are attached to the end of .an ordinary '.tcb. bad orgy, bat "
, t call It flyla'* In U4tIlC"' A rOmpS Man. strong growth 'or grass cart carrying n barrel pump, from loss of sleep: 0",',(' one. And 'tKVouch the'Increasingemployroent.of -', "
about not WIIIII.t (allowing )'e'lf. the collision between natural of _
at.t'rpvltle'llce to talk A certain merchant In "Boston U that cnu und tho pumping Is done by band. Old sailors snythnt these ere

t In' to go on, now everything',* fixed."*' noted for beluga stickler In' the'mattor Taking up, the supplement uppclfic crops theiuy, crop.Professor. Thin: .., too, has dome of the objection of the schooner Hannah F. Carleton power we. are enable t07reduec -
crowd out there, be grown of tho Boston and'at.nnab 'n.
airawftil slow and one consumption
"Tberii'j that chADd
: of promptness to the extent rhtlpa gives! those that arcbest the geared, inacllnes. By very tbe of
-- Cap'Cod was
said be.Toobl. he has been known to. walk out- of the time( of driving! however, more spray can bo .tl.'nmt'r off I dnclng the coal consumption me.n. -
crowdr adapted to purpose of the kind that ever the, of,,
Wbo'a nfrnld ofa : because of tho trftnftent disaster coursea lessening-ot
I " church because the services did not begin of seed peracre.. placed on the vines but Impr.
f .he anlfTed.: *'1 nlh't.' promptly, and to leave his sister ceding quantity : ..otuse, stationary nozzle It wKl not be done happened' ; and they doubt_ if another tbat mineral.--and tte the
ndinlrntlon, time, of cutting and .method\ will occur.- Carleton, sent abroad to pay for.
! lie looked nt 'ier with ulone-Ju .range city because "he fodder. thoroughly or evenly, In this particular such ever Te money formerly '
or green very .
for buy'sllase tons. -
stamped" his fi'IIisThtA: whether would schooner 18 It to employed in the'upbuilding .
plainly was four mluute late In keeping an IJmiCnrUh apparatus better work a twemute
tueiitlonw aro corn *
Tbe crops Jonesport. was while the reduc-,
m Industrie
liars tenderly."Well ;
baud presned badbeen then domestic
Not he overheard the :
engagement. loug ago bean have been done if pump haln.
; 'twon't tko ,lo.pir' ," ho nld.a a forceful. exposition of bt'upocuulhirlty. !: crass the millets" S, soy, winter stronger. It was not powerful passing by Cnpe: CO&OL.. a. clear tlotTof.the n*. of wood a* fuel stops

I it bolstering, ) e wnnlnff courage. outs and pent, bave7U! pen Hungarian to readily supply the eight moonlight nlgbtcosl laden. for. Boa- the ravages of woodchopper on- our

"It will nil be over Inc Jiffy." lie had' walked out of his stAble, andwiis'nbout vetch ripeand cabbage. probi.iblytbe enough noxxle' .ed.. . ton .and Captain'Palkingbam was' on forest da Wei are. there tore profit.' _ _
considered, "
tbreitd off hIs coat andnhseiitlV grass I*:nil things. 'Asteamer, wfl. ob by these new-atlI-
picked it the
3Iie to go In when be heard the tconld. be own iu The results of spraying1! with ,bordeaux quarterdeck log Jn
tbrtt attention
It about lief Anger. best crop coming np astern but no developments. ,
wound crrd
itarian .iraDca
within to tneicoach-, with different seasons
.,- ",I lUould sorter Uked to X.ue. 1IP,to" man new;groom"Is It true, Dolan.Krjr that, the: boa July even'before.'for hay,all and the'heads should be.cut formed.early:, but mixture depend vary largely, 09 tbS thoroughness 'Wi. paid to ,her nt mile, first,around.Captain everything . Chronicle. ---v'1,;

Cou.ln Serony's after' 'twa. nil over Is cracked about doing things on time, to woody as it rlprna.Soy of the treatments .and tl elr.IPIlIc.tlon. being ('I.a for'looked 'asternevery Mary tk. 0ar' Vent.,. .
little' wUtfuIl "Shi>'abelli' .* ittenda grow .
she said n } : and goes Into a fit. when anybody Is valuable crop.'partlcnlarly at the proper time.' It.1smuch .F.lllnJbam' became I raw German girt, but, "' ..
Drill' relation 1got bean are a little Mary wa* ,
about /ho( only bite 7" .: to secure an increased} wbll presntY .,
Late cabbage can easier v'25 to learn; Mr*.(Herbert
told for silage. the 'seemed
I'd like to ttone up' "Let- thanIt ne" fo: em .flo.uI 1
'"Thru? Turner cried Dolan. from spraying U
market of potatoes I
"be profit a* a yield 'schooner, 'and. the task of
often the .
her all pbou't It. v"P'raps me tell you, Ryan how thru it 1*. prevent rot In these afterward. cmln&I.lor UBdetl th.*
portlop Is to
," ho began crop. and tbe unmarketable her conrse. would hit her tl! ,In.answering
we can boss bad promised to mate him.; varies from almost ',
If the fodder.5rroffs- Increased yield
furnish v''ln bU This in tile in.a.. door.' .
him short the. Carleton fair .ter -
but she cut H ,etf- at lllven o'clock and was' late say.thatb.b.s'foUIld nothing 'to ,.nopietltuf ,,over 100'perellt. !; JI ; -first' "*t home" da/;
"No. cnn't. 41m. It -wot.tA costi i when he got soc rbelp tuber la i few, minute Mr* Iebri'* .
we of
he'd !find himself gone a.'valuable' feed.for ,. .,' .and the; rot the ; she :a :
; -. lot 'for two of u* togo- up (here,2asif.1'y there' :..' That' bow'tbruo' .it Is/V-lnde- applepoun.ceitoib cows,4nd/ there are'many usually leas In tlie arrayed.than In the When the scboonerKot. a little closer! arrived anxious to mak-a"a. Itruar, '.;.
"out of milch ; shoutto and very
we'll need; all' the $200ye Bit; ofatte..a Falklngbam began'to
An average gain Captain
': tul*-to atortin. with lu the sprlnjr. I f pendent.__ __--__-_ _ ectioim whereH ;,cau b*.,obtf lnetLJortbe twenty per cent., should be I her people, telling I them to'kep 'presalon letter. of oa Introduction,those friend bad to;'rbeen whom lnL.her Sabe. -,'.

dou't know Jut \\'bpre.t" Is that A (::0110.0 r o.'. Mitlake. hauling. tbe extra cost vTli* men on the am'rs pilot 1 i -
away 1 .
excel- order to pay.for at
with Borne had In ; special| drill
"lbll.S ,
Cousin Urea. All t /kllow'' Is Jowett'enjoyed the company ot'thSpretty Th* nrtlcle plainly-risible, as, also gave ) .. th.
Screny of spraying; any gain bones were .aq :
letd'.I ; to feedl t \the ,bay?frapafter \ and trouble) lat momen .
a not
that It'. somewbere .In Rldgwny women whom he Invited toBalllol I prollt.-o. P. Clinton, the bow lookout,but,they..eme. the'
been done to xupplement above that first callers '
ha 'the
nil possible .rIYe
County. We'll walt 'till after we'veKQt but I never beard of-bla being Mew' the schooner < .
: Station,. to ot' .
:". Experiment: .
r Connecticut
<.' started i In on tb'e farm -JJut Jtt! In love. Qne day a young; lady* told It... To obtain the best rtau*the J 1 Captslfl.,.'' ;J'aIklngbim's )boo-Itft .1st exclnalve-and them .*,'
of sobered
matter ,, ,
Haven .
bappyJt h* bout one-half the dry the ... the little town.
-'\ would,have made n beautiful'eddln' hlnritfwould make bee <*o awoke all band on <:
which )he> *.<' ration' should come from the grain CMWWT. IK"For' ;1 tumbling h,' d- ck. (.n gracefully,,and tbeupreeeuted'bersoltto ,
,' ,) trip, wouldn't If, Jlwf".lhe ended a would marry her. Upon snclias A" fcnH p9tj -the men came- ,on;> ,
0"H .;J ninch totichedby eed.1' The cheaper dry fodder < <>faraa i certain "doctor but .her mlstrea tpstaInet "Adi
-'tj trine regretfully._ ,;! : sured her tbat be-Waa ''Tnany : They Joined'la'the sboatlng '
-------.J? -wl u we ct 'J.J KO.. toe your take." her proposal; but tbat be could not ceru ,stover or oat straw, .may'sllagv then practiced 1I11et11c1n.-1D: ,. 'little country ta I .Te teamer cam on chief., wlleaproD silver; andwtth'tray. t.r.,**.*: '

.- .- JA*' be''aald. ,I entertain It,, a.he" had long *.Id'up, be fed la-c nuecttonwlth liberal tow .Jn Wygndot1&COUnt7.'Ue'Waseoess'orhlm ) like JO"ur. struck the aeboonWs aU''n' ',: .-
feedingand': good rHIlIt.wlll -' ilf'tb 'tlnje,, f rcPo..n
matr'moor.Sb.* oov and firIn'_ dress. |I the .w - "
Ob tnap-
\ : taln't no treat matter. .ny way. thoughts of main fet -
.11 i'
JYlbulbmaaf.'oJ1 bm falr'oa en would
.. -t Wte- 4nick. It
4 the be) that' she was engaged -rJa."afhf.ett.. 4OCO not '* *temi: he'
i' easily.. f We tened to explain : ptba\.Uli. ir ping the and.nothing had been r
: t tbapkful. ,Ve'.vo got tbl' chance lo git trf some on**!.*, and that-abe *-.. qnll' ... ... ,f;' I l' (uot-tof hIS .11' '*ven'wlth tb'it'aw.ot'tb.booom" and this warm' day te.t-GOO4 'Boaaekplnf.'

"1 married andgit( a tart?:' ,'i . ventured ,ta' ..k\\ im- to)rtorlatb 'e- I' '.*' '.'-'''1.''-s..i' "_ ,i t("Kanidi 'City.. '"" Knn and on"'be W letting Itdown, with afertnrtnumpon.thc'deck. , .1'abt', '> ,' t.- --r /-.- ; ,

Pu.At; tbat .tuomeut :.woa one came ee D\ou1'\ :- VlOoG'we'.' 1 "BlJOn'' II h'It", e1tteb1be" 1ndisIFTmPr: ,otA aree'-* ,Insisted "The;stump"of;the lut bouW flBbAlch; Harriet BeechiS J ..

1 .*' vtamplng'tbrodg!) ,the outer offlce:,The ,:Ydt"-: -. J wbrteurO"...tI'ttlkr' ,ttoften"tlee" \ .,...", .ocJi.; w.rl'r.t.7bla; hewa"ptig .ploy. a. hoi itMhgi deck and, ,le te 3ow.flyed'totflunibOt Tb* ; :' y ar* ttirHartford '
"s} door wn Jerked" open' 'and the roan- ; p t'kII swinging ,back, {
,' GUI'CarlO"" re.fdent of OkIaomis ( ,! 'DiwH 101" ; & t tfb baa tick let\belng jfaai t* ,
_t ager of .tbe talr,,red-faced. amd'puffing ,4itedrrItbknow1n more.-ibouquaiithfl of contributor but havedelayed. I .Dd.tb.Gnnt to nlnote,, tO fwtor J 1o", '','
StOOd beforetbem ", your m i in t.asreceni alacl&S b' malt .le'a1t ,
v U rol fo _
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.1>. .The KlssimmeeVailcu.Gazette. ; Hazellief are working on the public' New Warehouse and Doc .vvv tavv ..
road 1>I't"80111ere, and Mr. Walker'swarehouse. "
1 %. TLl:"NON E NO:..11. ___ Contractor G.: W. liana has just I
: ". tf -- ,-.' rust....,......".." 1'1110" Mr. Jim Walker was a visitor nt completed %"new warehouse and duck
Office- lii Valley Uairtte Buinuwfir! KlKBlmme last we lt. He reportseverythinglovelf for Messrs. .Kalx. Le aDd UajUojv, cm t Straight to Danii's Sa/s/ Tommy.
KI.BiMMZKOeCEOLACOUNTYr !t uplhmt. way, the lakeshore near their /groves acrossthe
!: (apt W..A. Roebuck has purchase lake. .
W. B..HARD IS. Editor aid Protdetor.'liflered.ttheINraofabeisKl..lmmeePL: 'ed a store. at ft.. Pierce and has moved The warehouse la a substantialbuilding ", "' I CUM depend on getting fresh goods S
some of his goods to that place. We' 25x49 feet and the wharf runs ---- '1' :
- ,-..i../ss:. .ocond-cl. I... mall matter, _., are glad to say that his main Interests out {Into. the lake 47H feel to a depth ofabout i -=-, .:_ m l. ns he keeps 6111 coming; new
will still be in Rnslnger. I2feet of water. A track for u
rj4 Subvert-wool' pie... npUf,lb. ones Ifb Mr. WalterPie*'oe and wife are on a truck car has been built from the S ones every week. I f;
J all fall oomraoflcullour tnfftth*' p .prrKU.ekc-ot iron rl ;our author visit among relatives in 1 Ft. HierwiMiss warehouse to the end of the dork, and '
.' tied (Oorre.pnndeDmun 1e illtiiW W ihWBiJ .. Pauline Addlson accompaniedthem. will prove' a great convenience in I I
.. He has me
1 ; rimmed anle.awiled loading the fruit from these line troves f; just ;
/ ;'t lm it"TWlirKll> '
Mr. W. WAvant of DeSoto
' ; county on.the steamers
tori . fTrt _

: r't BCKHCRIPTION........KATK8........ ...... ii'OU' after, was his her cattle a Interests few. days In ago this looking region.Mr. Cure a Cold In One Day : Low heal, Elastic Shoes. $1 i.3 1 ,

Ou a drOil.year. ''.... ... .............., .1\0 Jim Walker: is extending his Take-Laxative. Bromo Tainlets. J
Quinine -
three month...... ....... .*" wharf at. the'river out towards the for Ladies i house .
a f !poe onpTi high Kround flO as to make It more. All druggists refund the moneyif I use. .............. .......
'. it fails to cure. t-:. W.. Grove's signature .
20th. HH)5.)
a Friday, September convenient (for the teams to load and
.' -_ _ unload.The hunKrj and sportsmen/* around. ia on each box. ':?"Jc. tf ; Only $1.50 any size 3 to 8, 8 4

r 'Aoheoge( sayi: "If Iou want here for the 1st.
are patiently waiting
all-'round nOt A1AtA'' 'NMMMNN'NN't1A?
make Iloo
of November and then look out quail
out of boy just but.
tbioir tougrb your .
In and take hU aide on- every him question and and Mrs.turkey.Mason of Ki almr 1f'e.. is an ex- JOHN G:. HOWARD j -.. ..--- - -- ..., - - '--- .." "m.
: that come up peeled visitor at this place next. week. .
-- the teacher, and if you want him to' .. North KitMlmtm
She Is the mother of 10111111' Mary near culurod Mrthwllxt church <|
)have'a good start to tbe penltentarybe :
sure and ]let him know that he .can Mason _._ '.
always depend( upon your assistance Got Off Cheap. Goods Clothing .and. Notions.
-Ir. In whatever trouble he may. get Into He; may well think he has got oft I I Paper Hanging Dry ;
X37 at' school, right or. wronsr. More cheap who-after contracted constipation
boy are headed In the direction of or Indigestion: and ia still ahle' ,
jail,'', and live* of Indolence and onraen' to perfectly restore his health. r NEW LINE OF .
will want a heap In old ace to look Nothing. will do this but. Dr. Kings' and. Decorating.Finest .
r forward, by over new life pllls; A quick:, 'pleasant, and' fn
can be imaflned.( certain cure for headache constipationetc. i

'., $()..... Oaceola.Pt.armancy: :. drugstore : .. -: = Dry: Goods Furnishings _
!.'r.T: J. I- Brown, President of ; guaranteed. i Line' of, Samples, j jof : ,

the State Fair Association, having CHURCH OF CHRIST "OTl S. V Wall Paper.. Etc":, ever $ _., ,.. ,.. -
&1. efforts to secure a 1'-
1 Jr is announce this L
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a pleasure Shown i in Kissimmee, -
Hotel has leased ,.
'of tbe Tampa Bay week that Rev. B. Q. Denham, of New : S $ '
JFwr. r 'miles k the. Ballast below Tampa.Point.W ond property> backed awren by a York will occupy our pulpil Sunday .' $ ': .'NO TROUBLE. $ Summer dotting doing Very Cheap: ..: ,.. ,J
October 1st.. and will preach at 11 a. '
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,'. of Tampa .business "' I T SHOW THEM
strbng will syndicate, with his indomitable energy m., on the subject;. "Earth's" .GreatestReyjgplJ' $ }! : $ k
men eVN1 """"' v
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This service 'will i>e preparatory to I -. . '. .
people pleasure of Tampa resort one. of In the.the State most,popular lend_At-. our campaign everymember for Christ in-tbe-Novemberand -church AMERICAN' AND. ELLWOOD ATLANTIC COAST LINE

the same time be will\ continue to
his best 'efforts "towards making the the should work be of present get Into line for THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA.
Florida'StaM' ", Mid-Winter 1".lrLbe. Friend are most cordially invited WOVEN WIRE FENCING. ,
best ,bt"ld.D. the South.The ,
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to hear' Mr. Denham. Men. of such t "
power and ability seldom come ourshould II. Fleming.. oirliniul) in warehouse) -{ .
;a Issue of September 14th< of the and tbe people of Klsslmrnee CONNECTIONS.__ _ -----.i
EnKineerinKNews published .In New avail themselves-' an opportunity in Kishslmince, Fin: To East!j Over its own Rails to Savannah Charleston 'c'
- York; anJrnteh ,t-bfr* ls no better to hear him.A !'Richmond
authority. on engineering natters in toll meeting of the Church I h urgently American' W.; Fencing, 20 In. high, 12 In. stays the. .I and Washington, thence Via Pennsylvania Yi

"' the country,. contains an e.auaLIve.nd requested for Thursday night, _ALL *IL I_ _J Railway. __ .. ___ __
*M '. learned article on.. the Florida" Oct. 5th. It will bee our first meeting American W. '.V. Fencing, 26 in.' high.12 In. stays To W ( Via h Nashville: ,
,.. Everglades from the. trenchant. pen of, together since June and will be. COtl I Montgomery ) and Louisville & '
-; our fellow-townsman-- U. L. Lupfer.'! 'workers mflflti -.r.. !' .- American Poultry Rabbit: Fencing, heavy specification the and "Dixie Flyer Route" Via Atlanta. ,.

'w''' The article; which, jwe regret is too There !. much for us to,, do, and we ; 31 In. high 6'1 vtstiiyi" *" -a To -Vi. Saivaaoulik, ; :r-'R$IIn"IIIL., Com, for
', 'long for reproduction here, goes Into'the' I m If jst get. .together and'go forward In East) Philadelphia pa ny t.
f. '' mtnute.tdetatl.. describing the the name of Christ. E. H, RAYNKK. Ell wood Poultry & Rabbit Foncln&r, 42 in. high the : HI ramcrrto New Yoi'k, Washington Boston and, via Norfolk' ;,
Baltimore) ,
and legal status of _
physical, .political Minister.Attscked '
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this greafc marsh from the beginning --. Efiwood Standard. Fencing" 42-in.. high Vl'a' Steamship I Savannah and! Meri-hann and Miners Transpof
:; taUon Co., for Baltimore I '
iy A Mob __, > l h !ad(>
Oisston operations lphl.a.
of !the drainage .. .I'r
down to Lb.,.present time. The article and beaten, In a labt r.'lotlaIn cover- Ellwood. Lawn, Fencing, 41 .in., high Key West andHavana. Via Peninsular & Occidental
, 1*r divided lots the following subheads ed with sores, a Chicago street car Steamship
_-* t,' '.. : "Fertility and Ease of Drain conductor applied Jiucklen' Arnica Other heights and patterns ordered promptly Company ""I f.{:
f age;" "What Holds .the Water in !the l Salve and soon was' sound and well -i\nrto of the eptebratd' hats--;;, \'rk- -
-k New
Glades;" The Dlsston Contract;",, write O. J. Welsh of Tekonsa. Mich., from factory when wanted. Phono) 50 Lmlttd; '_ Chi pen 6. Flortda Limited.. m.l Ultle: "h'er k Florida tlJM""Ia1':. ; -dwe.' .. 'D I.. ,Vr
t y' )k' "The St. Cloud Sugar, PlantationThe ;" i "and find It perfect." Simply greatfor 't
State's Title to tbe Everglades; cuts and burns. Only 2 'at the Quickest Schedules; Superior Service. '
'Board of Trustees Ct/eat-ed;" "Governor -' Osct-ola Pharmacy Drug store, I For Information, .. ;:,
to r.le. .
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Jennings Causes Trouble; : F"Mcor.or communlcat >ltk 3iKl'n.
trtt', "Uailrosd. Bring Suit;" "The Everglade Beautiful\ womeu. U. >. 1MF.RlO!: 1.8.."fr.lllc iIAKTNKLI bnol/.r.': !llvl.lon1..n."r,. Aeent. .ta ..'
qt, 1. the Issue In the. Gubernatorialcampaign ) Plump cheeks, flushed with the softglow DRAGGING Wlltnln"I,,". W N. t.I: Urneral, ,I Pa..enaerJt.nL' ',',1''
1t ;" "How Broward Kept, ot health and a pure complexion
His Pledges.", Mr. Lupfer who Is a make all women beautiful.\ Take a VV V VVVVV OO
practical. sugar grower is an ardent small dose of) Uerblne after each meal; V ;/
advocate of tbe drainage of !the Everglades It will prevent coqstlpation .'and helD dovn pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can 9; "
for the purpose of using the digest what you have eaten Mr.,Wm.M. attack a voman, viz: falling of the womb. With this generally
fit'', lands to grow sugar add having madea Stroud, Midothlan, Tex. writes. 'come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful, weakenIng ( "
31,11101 ThcF aiii 1I
clo''lI.udy' ot the question fOl'the May : drains..dreadful 1 fin
backache headache nervousness, Irri
past fifteen or twenty .years,.there. arer "We have used Uefblneln our.fam Jlzzlness.
few If:1: ,, men in the State better ily for eight ;years and found it the tability. tired feeling.. Inability to walk. loan of appetite color and I
qualified .to,\\rifeI' an opinion, on tbe beat medicine we "used for constipation beauty* The curd J to Standard Typewriter S.:
.abject., ,' bilious fever' and malaria..
Sold] by Thomason &,Roberson.. ;

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ItchingBlind, Bleeding or protruding : AH.Woman's r '
i, ,.",._Mr..A._ 8. Campbell hat sold out Piles Druggist refund money Y.MM! w..M1.a S
1 L his possession! ')a Basinger to Mr. if Paso Ointment falls to.cure any ,
John Thorn\ and 1* going f> leave case,, no, matter of how long standing. ; '
In a few weak*. The Major bas been In a to U days. First. application :(
a citizen of this place for nearly eleven' give case and res druggist Relief :
,' ,years and will, be greatly missed by I hasn't It send shoo in scam 'It' < 1
: : :... all. will\ be forwarded post-paid by Part
Mr. Hiram' a bunch Medicine Co.. St. Lonl. ,-that 8
.f cattle last w ele' and sold' them. to Mo. tf' marvelous, curative extract,, or natural essence, of hMfa.; which S ;
Lilt Finding Mosey. exerts such a wonderful, strengthening Influence on all female
C }If'-.'O.'W. Mann who I I. going to., ship organs.
&hem0 Cuba., ',' Finding health I I. like finding money Cardul relieve pain regulates the menses stops,drains and simulates & '
: r : Jim John SOD end John, Padgett,, ..ofWljlltler =jo-lhTnk those-who"\ are sick.:' When the Muscles to pull the womb up Into place. / / .. .. S,;
here one day "yrnt-Uave'a cough'cold, throat "
were-.visitor sore It Is a safe and permanent euro for all female complaints ';
- f t last week., ,They report Whittler on orchest'Irriation'better act '''promptly : Stands for ,,
tbe,. boom; ? -- "; 'like. W.C..Barber, of Sandy Level), Vlsla.ble Wrltina-( Simple 'Mecha.nls rSp ed ::
{ .Sheriff J. H.>Walke. was visitor Va. Ha says: ,"I bad, a terrible '.Wluz ._ A LXXTZR: '*.! SUmxXD AWFUL Di Excellent Ma.nifoldinaPermanent ..? Alia-n.. ..,.. '
last week. chest trouble, caused br >
one day amok- and
at Baslnger ment
--i\." "i' > .: W. A.' Roebodeha., gonetoKisalmme coal dust OD my lung; but, after find ,IB Mctest CMiftlsocs, tctnnc tu ,aUyour In mr w .fc and ovaries"write M.... Strlctly Durability and a Fair .P Ice, ;G"A /\
..t th 'r with his ,steamboat (City 'Ing no relief In other! remedies, I wasditred trouble We will sod free tA- JJaosjl Baks;of WsUtsr Oi rw.M e.( HlghOrade Writing Machine
-of BaIaz) ta fcave U Inspected and .by.Dr.' King New. Discovery .vie.....(la pUia. *asaM orlops). AIr .a nd mr SMOSM vsry p.tafidaJlrrecuUr. !. sold. for $r6 Y'J:, / .
1 _::1" .. 1.0-.10.. rClareryfce. for Consumption. Coughs and colds." : LadlM Advisory Dspt.. Tw Slat& *'lakiiic Csr4ul I .Cutter-Tpwer': '
:....' G,.",.put: bas returnedafter Greatest ale of anycough OutUaeeca MUktat. Co.., Chair f Uu s MV ........ *o4,4. toot\ : Company
? # Cro, Sherman JlA or-.lung 'oos ... ::;;:=;'. .. ,
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** Itendt visit among. medicine. toile world as rat- -; p'u"-I" C..I'- ..., t.Mtad. ;/dtrsasifi-tai" ,
'*,:It""dpMUve. fa OraD,. nnw -, ,\A,OaeeoU Pharmacy COo! and. 'f..OO:
'; J 'S )&.' harla.'iQluop' bell. and :fAIberln <<'1.-"'' -.Trial bpttta. free. -
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.'SupplementTlie. Kissimmee Valley 'Gazette_ ,, Sept.. 29th!. 1905.: C'i- <1\ y '

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The Drainage of toot. the ''from being. aJ' this ,
people the destruction ented'ln the persons' of County Comr both present' $ -meeting
wrought by; overflow. missioner Campbell and Lonesome book bands a* warmly as if the Val-
Lake Okeechobee-: I expect. to have a bull 'for' one of Jack, the latter gentleman in conversation ley G* ette bad never. been waved, .
the dredge built on the Kissimmee with Kaklo' presented very. aloft between them. John I*..Dee'OD' : ..r
river: or the Caloosahatchee, the other. many interesting'facts concerning different and O. B. Long also greeted u* warm-.
., -LAISteLt: k; Sept.. 17, 1903. ,. probably the. Indian or .St.. Lucie. matter which were quite enter ly. '.'Mr. John Capes aw-m.llt no-i, +
:I). FORT MYERS Posits: river. taining. We also bad the pleasure of torlety 'was also5 in town, his. mill I*
Dear Sir:-Unclosed find a letter, My family join 'me In kindest regards meeting. John aad-tteau Drawdy and till at Whittles doing. I a.., inf6Vm "
from Me Governor which show that to you. J am always' glad-to Elmore Bass, these gentlemen reported. ed, a good Those Whittier i
.00 time is. lost lo. taking steps 40 con- hear from you. - Whittier on the wet side of the people must have beard from 1 tbeMloblganmilllonalrs. P
'umate the great drainage ,scheme of Yours very trul;. county but- not sufficient.. rainfall to | if they are ableto
Ibe great Okeechobee seo.lon,. with ar' N. B. BROW"RD. Onverpor.. in'erfere with winter producethe support tbe milling Interests in M
view to not only drain the lake and Us general health -of that locality goo4J their; community ,all Ibis time;.- ,D...: P
surroundings, but to save the Caloodaliatchee '.AP/Ii3RVILLL'!, tbe only exception being that o.f MU. Hubbard from Kelly! report his'
valley from serious over The. lady of the white house "Lilf l I Belle Bass wbo I* suffering.from rhea= school In that locality as progressive
flow. Mr. Broward and hU coworkers continues In aU n enter the field with a big tick, dauarh..-.. .1\1. Duoont. .The latent. appear to have broken away from Kakl, ,found-a- trial in progress In
and no doubt but tomeihlnir-tangible from the invxlid Is- mouurglng,: the charms Lwblchthe, Klsslinmeeftes which Dr. Law was plaintiff and Beau
will be 'preformed during bill ad in InUtratlon. lId wo. anticipate her majesty returnto had thrown around him and. is now Drawdy defendant, Attorney; Sear
The Governor "Is not a her own home and fireside ere 1I any afely) sheltered 'under MissJane's representing the former man t.o'do thing by. halve, an! the moons have: passed. hospitable roof. Kaklo ha many the Jeoes; brother the latter, we left '
outlook fur changed condition ,ar. **(. Tbe Governor and his staff "have"Been grateful recollection of tbe dispensation town about 2 o'clock in the afternoon
be confidently nded upon. busy'luring:; the last week iratb- of those hospitalities 'and rould betore'tbe "termination of the trial;'.but
The loci-caved capacity of the Lake erJn Cato le a detail from the. Institute wish his best friend in no better place. I.. were strongly impressed by tbeearneLjnanner
,.Ulcpocbee, canal and the great, volume wan called\ lot to aid in the drive. and Early Warren from Warrenton.. was in whion our County
of 'water pouring down from the promptly furnished. one of the many who ;greeted your correspondent Superintendent was discussing natters. *'
great Lakes' above\ Into the Calou- Tbe lake I* tlowlyreoeedlng and the he reports. all well! In his pertaining to point. of .law that went ,
f .batch.. valley, with lake* a* high different branches of tbs fishing fra- 1oo& Old Vet still holding out Introduced e to the conclusionthat
a. almost ,ever, known, render the preparing for' a generalconsolidation and able to dq .Held service; tbe he bad law sense enough ti innnasre .
cuiiditi.. )>f the valley nf.tit. river of forces usual water supply report was r ndr* any business which our county -
more serloustlfan bus btwn KIIOWU nine. Kaklo' usual Saturday' outing ed.. The IrrepressablA Gannon is >ti'' < would demand and that ih-we.we.. r
the canal wu opened by the Ui>t*.ul wa spent in your fair city and u-r. In charge of the mall service, but compelled to resort to law for, 'a. if-
>r h>. 'VCumpnuy. Should we be even! outline the. numerous Incident Early he will aga'n assume o >n> dress of grleva. *. hat oar Jut cou. d' "
visited. br our: fall raln-stoi-m _with, connected wlth-'said visit. would o n- trot on says 1st of One bar. Our Men< I serve our purposes "! m sit welt'ad'- "to4ro .
the river: In it* present condition! *eri. same more snare than ye editor woul Jack Keene likewise accosted us In his abroad" for legal counsel. #:.
auto trouble all along the river valley wish to.spre. Baslngtr! wa tfi>...- usual hearty style; Kaklo and Pbllo > KAKIOCALIFORNIA ..
anticipated and the length' ol : _.. - - ---- ---
time. the valley would be"' Inundated '
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with an op n canal from an over 'f
s, 'gorgeo lake would) pa serious! Indeed .
The rain storm of two years"".njro '
was almost- phenomena u..r
flowed the valley. but the anions* darn
In Uleoopochee caused It to fall quicker
than ever known before, and wUU
the damage wa great H was .ooth- '
log to compare with what the t cei nli.
would be at.thl time under- nlmlllar ,
condition of rain and torin. The fate
dauf be lamented.. While ...
of the I .
It, could 'not do to all that was dcired; Do; you want to live,where the :climate is mild the year round:

it did lu part well 10' causing the where labor is never oppressed by, stress of wcat1ier'/ .. '
water to. run down off the valley. 100 "a19d.wJlere ;. k C 4
thanit-.can poably *> 'animal with ,*, -
'per 'cent quicker never lost by mere conflict cold? .
clrcutrxilan- _
dolt under prevent
oe*. Those who were so. active' andpersistent Do.,you want to live 'in a tegion where the resources' are more

in. tbe'' destruction of the ,*_-" varied than in other in the world ,where the division' .
dam bave resumed a great rte |>unsU any' equal area .
blllty and certainly l feel that. tb' "yhtt of ranches affords to small farm that
great a fine opportunity get ,a
made ..a".mistake;..... ,-lally.eo . ,
-krben-they'' know that the (scout will assure you a, competence!
Take above areas big a.b.., were
when the dam wa to tact. and ti good Do 'you live .wherewith; a minimum ,of labor, :you can : y ygrow'profitable"

,shape dam raised and 'b..t.a great bead theory. ofwat;., bat! !I.the m ..-, . : crops ,of grapes ;>nd small fruity:i oranges,,,lemons, _.. '

against myth.i. I them have., no they hard nay word. have t 0"been use .olives.. prunes and. 'almonds,-alfalfa and grain' ,-where crops are-sure w.

.'cardisplayed : -:{ t' .business is good and: capital easily finds profitable investment_ ?, ., ," ",.i,"."

sound discretion, good judgvnirat \' ": "" :" then.. ,go' /to ..California,. cre bath health-and'opportunity await /:*/ "

and forest.. )*. ,I'<. '" '
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wjndow. :. .-r your coming. ., V..... ,. "
.It )Js to be hoped that tbe- of .. '. .. .".% ,.. y'Tl ,- .
heaven may be kept closed bad the
<) danger which- confront"u* may' be ,
averted. 'until great spacious canals Union 'Pacific: andNorthWesfern
have been opened, to. the ".Mlaotfc Chicago
Ocean,and south through the (glades, ,
and the great fountain bead which '-
'meoacN the beautiful fertile valleyof :
H the Caloosa.river, be drawn thither tine ,

'In another dlreotton'and, t, .,,ear and ,
dread of long continued ovrrflows' 'of
this valley be dissipatedand,that. It 'fs'.tl most direct route to;>> the Pacific Coast,- and.:there are two ;

mar jet, ,blossom_ and" bloom. ,a. ,,the '.'"P fast through traina daily,via this line, over the' famous double-, .' "
rose.I.have. .the honor. to ;be elncerly) 'track railway between '.Chicago'and the Missouri River; ,

.. .:'yours. F,' A..UENDBV:. : :: -.Speciat low 'round-trip; rates are in effect via this line! '

TAU.AHAS8EB- 1Tt w'.Seit: { ,'&,.1005.-- ..::'; "i, throughout;:she summer to:'various .Pacific"Coast' points; and" - "

How. FJ A. UENDBY/ ,T"La -' :colonist, rate'onc-way tickets will be on sale during September ;

MY DKAR belle 8iK.,-Your Flor'reacbed. ,> ,* and October,:which give an unusual chance for settlers! t

here while I were away. In -reply to to make the trip at a minimum of,expense. *. : f.
"Jt, will say that I appreciate the great .1' ; !, .." r. 4
danger of flood, caused by and the overflow : Dally., and personallyconducted' "' excursions are operated through to San -7Francisco '- w
Okeechobee aJaceot "
of Lake
laker during the wet seatqn. I regret Los .Angeles.-and Portland without change<<, on which a., double .
'very much to bear that your river iso berth ina Pullman tourist from Chicago costs only .$7.0Cyfa? the.
fall at ibis time, and that ibe'water .
will likely I come down,from. the. luki Chicago &"Horth-Western Union Pacific and '
and endanger property to.what" eaieul' ,
we can only. guess.. .
We have aa....jlIDeer.'aD4... forceto Southern Pacific Rallw ,
; from the
the Held-making a urvey- . .
I( kee hobee. We .
St. Lucle;,U) Lake ) '
have alo.oontracted for the machinery .
; for two large dredge" onto of themto ., W. ..'KMOXXKN. ., .
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be completed ID 90 days from the %
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-14th of August last, and the other.,in1204as a : . a. . .... sad full "' .
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.( ..... man Ie sir .w_ OOlteml kookUta ; ,:
: 'from the same date. I assure THIS r.M. ... -'. ....... : .
you that we are proceeding an rap + FILL.:. IN'.. COUPON.'' P,1. ... "
'idly U U practicable to proceed. ., ' '
; a*- a"- MAIL '
.B, the first of January; we expect to ,
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canal from Lake ,
be dredging a '
with' the '.ok".1 '. ,
cbobee to tide water, 111 '
make the cross 1 .
mination to CY.! .. ,
...reao'.be canal ,r Ue\e_ ".._... n ,' ?
the_Ualopsabatcbee "ert.Dd .. . .' .
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;i&biii1I ValieuGalen; i J Lb.Tuner; ; ,'-Orlando. + tll3of TW;" regret. 'l
: % sole baby shoe at Dana's! Illness I .of Mrs. Jno Mvv.,rstreV. J5.0TICB. .
: .
:1 TELEPHONE NOU, ,-red ",Owing. to theanarchy ..of.wood'aed : : .... ".. .
7ite barf'sVleVof' .
Send us your job printing. 7eek. the distance to haul, bsbsaAarspl. : U. ; ,
Fred Base Raw's4wll'l= cootie ue PUBLISHED: BVKEY ,.KHIDAY. retdravd home trqm. \ T .. ,. a I
liT Miami Wednesdays '. Miss SuePhlhlps/Of, (;, Funta"GoVdaV; '. f O.'B WOODALU; .' 1

W. B.' MAMMia.orflclal .. '. W.It.'lor'thee.rt. Is 1.1"l r't.h.1' to;WT.. : y>t JU..- i.*.'U '." "
," of horses thai, Moo .. ". :
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W.ath.r Report., are being brought here by J>r Phil- On' .oTholldVy Kstx's : '. I'Si J
account '
Waea lips. It will pay you to du so. storewlll : H. C. SMHFOKPTHE :
Avaaa.aTaraaAreaa BMOIIKtMotvUT I closeat e o clock Saturday" after W.L.VairDuzor&Co. '
". "..,\sasta.l.Ia: ilO6,1 'Regular meeting. of the Town Council noon. -, -- ,
.next: Tuesday night. ,'" .. I
y-v" It Phone jouitwanta. ,",ire-do the runnlng. -* .1 :.., .. : F1MT,OtlCINATOK. OP-LOW-PRICES W ItIlllMMeI! ... ..
have. .
.. you any laundry to Bead '- '
-... - *.'''i, and want it 'done UD'* In good 'Kissnootf! D&ca COMPAMY.Mr. .. BR OKERSREAL J i I I .
shape,.bonea.be_ City Bakery.. ,- '" . .1
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rrl".' :. ..., WST .'12 J. B. Padgett...of *U; e ; 20
1.tard.7, '.' "'t. 711 t'T School Board wlllftneetln;" Padgett fc Beach operators '
regu ; ,
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e.rd.7 .... ITM 7W t sVtsioa next Tuesday. at. Ashton .1s In t.otn'OlIa1 wltV hispartner .ESTATE. PRICES .
.r.6 71 Mr. O. A., Beach .8 ASK OUR ON :
4ux.d If, yoiTwTBlComfort:
and Service ,
Wmlnood ...... 19M n .NTanr.d. AND INSURANCE : .. .
.. .... 1,19' uomblned buy ur shoes Stan Miss ;
71J. y from Adel Dunn of suibter. 8. C., J .It
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-- -- ford. who down attend !the marrtatre '
: : ; came to Dao q .. -
: .' A, .iMPHON. P. M.; Itegular.' of her protber, \lllot.Own.\ ,' visiting GOODS .
meetingf the Board of -1 ..
-- ..__, __ thefamily of Judge Parker.Mr : 7D--ri:: : _. SUMMER t.,
C..! ,_ :: County Commissioners next Monday.Dr n M/ LAW M > D. s. ...... '
Our rates for Insertion of .advertlsi P.. will R. H. Seymour bft. gone to IJ.: .A ---.- '
Phillips carload
menu among the reading/ muter OD of the bent horses .thatlwaa brldlf a ever' seen F.... Pierce on legul business.. He ,Is PHYSICIAN. ANQ SURGEON, '

this pale I It tn cents per line each lisertlon. in Kissimmee. Walt.for him before attending St Luoi court and will tryseveral 'DENTAL SPECIALIST v : \
large cattle you buy. .
News.Miss. ., Kissimmee Flat. .
-R.-T.-RuUII-.Jelt.t: Wednesday" on .abusibess Phone 41.and 97.HARRIS' ., ., .
.. Janette Wat.omslio'has beenspending . ....-. '.. .'
trip to Tampa and .St. '
'- ., the, summer In New York '
Petersburg ,
has returned homes: touch to the 'de .
Local News. For particulars about.I.aund 1',. work light 'of 'her' numerous 1..lel\dl.- .4 DN. ... t.. HARRm.SURGERY. . .. '. ". ..
I pone-MMLXUly 'IJukery. Our boy I I..* I NJI ami News. AND GENERAL MEDICINES : : '
4 -, 'P always ready. to call and get, your Oats Hoars, 11 tot I. 4 to.. .. ,.-, : ; .'" : ,
packages.kfr.: Mr. A.-K. Taylor of Jacksonville, OR. N.. M. HEQQIB. .
I Florida's famous 'cartoonist,' <"*a* In '
Fewer gallons; wean longer. ; Devotchlt.StarLanodF ., Edwaids, A prominent 'breeder town for a few hours last evening-. Or -' .om" Hour,8.80 to 1.THROAT.I to.. ; -
of blooded hogs and ,grower of floe his n11..lun..we will have something to '
..7";='-.dry'DAKKRV. ,. cattle, was In town Wednesday.A .say la our next Isnue, '' ORtAN00.FLORIDA.' : S's'h

Horn to Mr. Mrs.; Will\ Knllrht carload of good horses will be Miss Rosalie Tlllls xeturned from a F!De''rxoMASON...., : .ou v 1 : Douglas es I, .
Friday; Sept, 22nd a daughter hers in a few days. Dr. Phillips has two. weeks vacation, spent with her AM CALL AKIWIBBD. . T

TlirCath Bargain ,,10..1.. the plae Role to bring them back.: Don't buy mother "at" Homeland, Tuesday. ; and ...., 'Pkon. 39; '_ .
school till you sue his load has resumed her position. typewriterfor ',Offlc.'Phb.s% ,
supplies.Mrs. 133. '
to pet Mr W, L. Van l>uzor. .
r.- .
It. Irvine of Orlando visit. Mr. Jeffcoat.a promlnant hotel man f KIUSIMMFB.!: FLA '
of I ibui-g has been in town this. Mart Manning Rave bond last week r
/O. P. ParkerA .
Ing-her daughter; week stopping at the Tohopekallga. In the sum of ts200, with Qeo. Hay tendlleauregard J M. WILL&ONt JR., ,
rood! qu"lIt36. In; Sbeetfntr. ( a.t Draw'dy a. sureties, and :T **' .. .
Stanford for 6 cents Stanford has the Busier .Brown gas released from ]...11. He returned I NOTARY (l -

" Stocking tor"boys. and girls. None to his work on the Hast Coast. l.I STATE AT .LARGE. ) ,
| (,'. W Griffin spent Saturday am better. Real Estate '
Sunday with his parents at New Sinyrna. The steamer ''no;eada left Sunday Agent.
Mr. O. Pierre Havens, of Jacksonville for Orange Hammock with a load of KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '

Smoke Kvy.\Ve Havana., the bes In Florida, one of, was the here beat. on DhotogrHPber business this crate gather material and pack a the hd a fruit force of of the men famous to DR. 'J. W. ::SIMPSON WE4LEAD;" IN SUMMER

fie Cigar on the market. week. Orange Hammock Grove. ,

Mr W,. It..Paulkof St.. Augumlne If you need a good horse don't buy 1011'. F H.,Lawson leaves today for DENTIST.: "
'atoln town ID the srly part of tbe< them before you see the carload that Arcadia- ,, where he will employed Office over Osoeola Pbtlrmae,.:"- ."

week. Is coming in a few days. superintending" CLOTHING
during orange se%Qn to 12 m. ;
If you want bargains you can flnd, : DR. PHILLIPS. the gathering of f rut;, for Kurd and OFFicE HOCUS;;. } J:80tofc 30 p. m. .
them at the Bargain Store. "There will\ be a regular! communication Reynolds, large buyers and shipers of Telephone Ko. 76 Jun 6. hrT1tttitt1t11t11t1tt1ttt1t1ttt1"1 ;
of Orange Blossom Lodge F. Citrus fruits. T
Mrs. C. F. Prevail land children 11Io.:
have irooe to Lake Duller, ion a vtil A. M. next Monday:evening, a full Tickets will\ l>e sold to Washington .
to relatives. auU-udaaoe: Is desired. Oct 8th and 9th by the A. C. .L. at -
FOB SALE:-1 set of cattle "or hay rate uf one fare!' pluc 2A ceuts for the == :::: A +
>i Florid) ponies for sale at *2.r> pe M ,- ,
:;! scales, 6OI.Mopouod. capacity. Apply round trio, final limit Oct. 15th but -
headjoung and gentle.L.: P. Hl'GlHSYMm. u . w. U.: MAKINSON Co. extension maybe' o taTed'to Oct. 20, ':

r. A.: Dann, Of Miami ,,'bo< ? sailed from by deposit. of ticket and payment ol ==:::: ::3 Always Remember the FaD Name
Rev. E. H: Uujner .. == '
Lan b IH-OH visiting relative. here returned fee of 5K( > at time of deposit.Mies -
the Clyde Steamer O -
New. York
home! today, . Huron on Wednesday on and expects to Ethel Smith left this eveningfor =-= ==

Stanford'up-1o; *date line cAlen's arrive In KUsimtnee next Monday.. Klsnimmee, .U> 'v'llIlt. the MissesParkers E. I =M= Laxative Rromo Quinine

hats. Neckwear. &o. of Oitueola County are _and also attend the weddingof .' .
The ladles -
M 1141.Vlrjltol; porker a molt' popular

Irvin IK1, and SltnpuQ-ha I* again. with returned hi. fate frOm"M requested Saturday: ,to next raeet'at at 3 pI*Hotel., to KUslmrnee arrange' 27ihlr: young>Ht. Mice lady Parker of. that hag city buibber, on the. -ConfecUoherles. ) 3 ,:, Cures a.Cold'in.One'Day Grip in Two.Bo .

Slate 1< .11'. ,
Iti the l'O5tUttire. fur a SV omaa's Exhibit of friend in thU city.-Orlando. Star r soda Water 3i .
W. L.
Dorothy Dodd" roadie shoes ha.. .Commisslouer.Mr. W. Jisearll. E.q and Mr. R. 13. i =::4; andw' == '

the style none Dann's. fOr.TUVisvllle,, E' CI air == t8. Oft 2Sc. .
Isaac Lanier and family ol motion .. .. . ,
where Mr. Seat- will\ argue *> .
Gporiie'Gllliert. has the See finest him linen aboucapering .Craob, were In town Wednesday buy- btfore Judge Jones to dissolve an Injunction l - M ., .. .. s JK .
Wall 1'ttber lu tog suvplles. This Is Mr. Lanler's ) obtained .sometime ago byVVancIs -' '', == ;
your E "GiVB US A CALL:: mntn1mn1ntn1J1ttJ11nt11ttttJ1mtntnfnmt1tttttnnnnttt t
Brat visit u Vidella,\ Holluway to preventthe !' ,
lots) Q'uN'd' lawns f>o.; 15o figure Mrs. Chas Farntworth and :'Utle son sale of any. of the '.'72"brand ol =V:: WE .CAN- PLEASE YOU =-= ; 'NORTH'KieSIMMEB.' PHONE ,....8:3: .-
lawn 7Cv '.! ; who have' bee",!Ulog relatives Savage: ; : '
week commencing Monday 25th. Cafcl returned home Wt'dneltd.accom Prof. Smith has kindly consented to Miller & Overstreet 3SZZ c. W. GRIFFIN "
= I
for this ale. Flora and Llllle I
panied by Misses furnish, the Valley. G&r>t M.... J. V Peeler. Wl Saturday fol .r'arnswortht of the progress of the Osceols :: PhOM Z': :=3:: .

Orlando to visit relatives, after which Silverware; and Cutglass, suitable High 8o"0ol each week and his first 71111i1IIU11UII11UU11UiliUlil.Mee ';
ihn.will go on to Palm Beach} .* for wedding gifts. and birthday pies ounirlbutlon will be found In thin '

KI'tthe- new llnShlrl .waist.Stanford's. It. Iitist_ ,4 KAIZ'S. Issue. ,These reports. should proveInteresting I fancy Family Groceries i: ;
'' to all| the patron of the :
. Mr., Leo' %Wolf, of Mississippi' school, a* it will\ keep them. In touch :
lo1'r. '\'. B. Johnson went down on brotherof Mrs. P: Pbllllpa,hai arrived with the work being done by all department i
the steamer Llllle Tuesday morning*t. in Kissimmee and has taken a position .* of the acb ul... '
visit her parents! at Ft.,Gardner,,,,:,,, ," as'. salesman- in the Katz' dry' A county. eonnnlstloner down in == F'REBE; : : SEAT S., : ; ,

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You wltl flnA ,.prits '. .and Roodsright guudsstore.. '. ; :Hlllshorough County al4 to have
at 8t. fQrd., try;..hlro 1 i'"J>jHSV; CFiht9 ioWclba4.11UUIRU111UILULULU1iltUUUUU11iIUUtILUUh1UiUU1UUU1il
Prof. ChafcKStrlcklaiH], of Campbell Katx's for week commencing. Monday c A i 1t. recent! meeting; of the board he =: Delivery every day, at any hour ;{ patronage ;
half KATZ. i
to take a 2.tll.a prices., kicked oo a bill for "ribbon for- the
dourer,!ha'! of gone studies MI pake at the City State .Tint lie,. Fa.t.ber.1JreJlnJ b.n came down typewriter." "Sh '.. a nice girl." he iG r l l 1 I .
from Orlttado, .Wednestlayi.\ afternoonto said, "but theCQunly is under no obligations -

'verllt.f.Crockery, Gi-.nltflW'lre. Tinware weddlnir. officiate Wednesday at the' -evening.ParkerDuiiue:: lie think."-.Pe.n.uCoI'to bu.f.b "ClothegpJ Journal. JonJt L JUKrrr'ab 1141n1111I1n111T1t111n111111t11111111n11t1111111111tn1nn11! 1,1f 111 "a U

and nswarecheap at the Cash. liar :
"UI'Ded Orlando Thursday.LOST. i
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drove In town on ,
ffalt Store.; happy party ,
) :
from weeks outing on ::I .ft> -1.
and night a
J. M. Wilson, Jr as agent, sold. the. passenger.-Between depot my on resldende Wednesday the Friday sand hill west.of here:;:.The party I =_=, .CITY I' . '. .I.3'';' c" ,:-.
this week to Ed Keen the two stors of Mr. and Mr*. J. M. -. I
l consisted
residence! In the rear of the iljftt) night., a ladles gold chain with large and" ball ;' Misses Albert == : : :::: ,,
Iti face :;
gold and Jet locket with hair Bryan 'If ==
School building; Dr. J. W '
attached.Hewsrd if returned,to me. litnton and Helen Carson, '
Before- spending your money.. See *O. L....PARKER. Simpson W. W. Cal'8on."T; C Hlnl- SCHOOL, OPENS< :=; BAKERYMIA
w not leant to be con.
at StanfordV.. on and last but =::
new : ,
!goods the
Mr. Paul Yates who ha been in sidered, Bob'Muse, the chef .
Miss Jennie Griffin Of nartow1i. < hospital .Orlando for several weeks SEPT ,1TH'o IOCS "
has been spending some time with hei. returned home Monday very much Improved Achlas Bass purchased last week FRESH a't
sister Mrs."II. 1'. Jordau "turnedhome In hel th. Mrs. Yates went the entire Btook of cattle of Lev + -._ -. -. . ,::a& _
Tuesday.. .' and accompanied her husband Drawdy, estimated at 1,500 bead At r :
Bait bought out AND PIES :3. a
home.LOST.. the same time Ell: E' .
for the ..
Is agent .
The City Bakery John Drawdy's stock estimated at Send.your little'ones tout .
L White Star: Lauodry-the best. lathe .-Leather pocket. book with 9TX! head. These are both said to be g L'AUNDRY"P ='
I State.; -- an+ia Kamnla adv. Inside. containing a fine stoQk of cattle and contain for anything in the way' of ,WHITE STAR

:Jim O'Berry. Elrair' Cape and En- *15-one $5 and one 910 bill.Tbomason.'-l<'loderple..e very a large percentage. of beef, none 'Slates Tablets Pencils. Etc.. == PACKAGES CALLED .FOR. 'AND' D&LIViu.D.. =S'' '
left night fblI l' return to Dr. F. G. having' been sold from either stockin .-- AM
I Bryan Sunday ..... r
gene '' and we will see that they setthe ,' =::2
Lake City, where they will attend th Mrs M. F. Sears returned home the past. two years. __ ;;;;;e t
]State University.HTTIne last Tuesday night after spending the Mr. K. B Raulron'the' East,,Coast best, for we sell nothing = SAYI) TALKirfQ" ABOUT ,A' FINE LINE: OP LUNCH == ?

Watch Repairing.-Ouar'' summer with relatives and friends at butcher, was l in town yesterday and else. ;: GOODS. CANDIES., ,.. NUTS;AC., ,. .WE. HAVE_ THEM. == {
fanteed to pass the railroad. Inspector,. vtei'ious points In Georgia. Sbe reports purchased.frpm Achlaa: bass 275 head ., -
MAX ACSCHWITZ. a most delightful visit and returns of beef cattle. 100 of them to be de- FIN8 LINE ==

returned. to Klssimmee very much. improved in. health.RatheKthan livered next Tuesday and 175.of them BOX STATIONERY JUST RECEIVED S FRESH ROASTED 3

Sunday John Foster night after an absence of two .carry. them over we will the. let of November.of 't the largest MrHaulerson,butcheringbusinesasl c == PEANUTS ALL THE: TIME.1UUULIIUUUUU1111LULIIIi11UILUULULUliILLILUIUUUUIU11I1'I ='

asks during, which time he visited beginning with Monday. -25th, sell allfigured runs one slaughtering/ Co J
1;{the State, Kissimmee Drug 1
( and Tampa; half :? !! t
llarol, liar ana,,/ : J..wnl.t. former price. sixty beeves a" day, and furnishingthe / J '
FOR SALE.:; -Two horses and buggyTor -p KATZ.' I Eatt. Coast from' Titusvllla to Palm .
further information apply to Prof. M.. H. Smithy principal. or the : Beach'with fresh'meat.Mr. Phone . .. '. .

":'. W. J. W ARING. High School has taken hold of the G. H. Morrison has leased the
Meade matter of getting up a County school for the next -
Mr. A. U. Canter/of Fort. Orlando Opera blouse
f ,
.. .been In town this. week looking exhibit for t.he'lIt.te::: Calr. This Is a three years. and will manage both it '

range rier the Hammock shipment grove of the fruit. 'front good School idea in Florida for we have, and that the ,,best fact High cannot and management the Opera douse the undo' Havingthe house .:;-.... ...... . :- High .Grade, Whiskey t'r

be too highly advertised. Mr. Morrison thinks will\ enable r.W. H.TOWNSEND.JEWELER
Shirt Waists.. atfanfords Y N .
ladles White Lawn attractionsfor .
much better \
him to secure .
| at 60o and up. see, .them. J.,,W. Miller who. left- Saturday Kissimmee, as be will. be In a po I' 'tI
night for St. Lout to purchase a oar shows = AND W TCHMAKERJO :. '

day Jiss Geneva for the Simpson Stetson University.left- Wed- load of stable horses was for-accompanied tber SunDy SoUth on the that sition-to-offer have heretofore the higher passed class K III(o- I YEAR "T HE, r.: '-OAEE'-::, : : ; ;

j ,was accomp.n1ed'by her brother, trip livery bv Hull Bass, wbo wenvaldng to mee by, better inducement by making Mr. ill:GOLD FILLED, CA... 15 JEWEL .. .. I ,
f. J. W. simp.oewho returned bomB extensive stock yards. of that date with- them for both places. $U.. .. :
view, the laudable effort ELGIN' OR "WAUTHAM.IN ,' :
Is making a "
Morrison -
nea.d.}, nlffhuPoB city see the sights. generally. Kissimmeewith '" Risslmmee
of l
to provide, the people Near:Passenger Depot, ,
| S LE.-One I 0 room two story bas . .line of amusements, and I ?.
Sine and lot In North Klaalmmee.d Mr. E. 8 Bender kindly con- a good 1 .. Hotel and'the' Graves, House ..V.
their appreciationby .
'Gasette should boK -
... seated to favor the Valley they .
.ter. good locality. liberal :
series of contribution; descriptive giving the. Opera' House a ," .
with a
"' U, B. WOODALUnToodfln of the places the people and their patronage this w gar. ill. A. :.If. BKARDHH :Proprirfor. + .
Carson has gone to Phil a- customs. seen by him on his recent Mrs. Chandler'. Milliner goods : ,
his to SD erthe Philadelphia Denn visit to. the 'Orient. These articles, nave arrived and as usual she"has a =i -, ,- .. .. M
>llege..' Woodfln is' a bright we are sure, will prove' Instructive as full line ot beautiful roods.. "Street": '
rtlo young man, and, will 'no well. as Interesting.all our;, readers, "Resdy. to Wears" are now ready f '

achieve. .success .Is' .his, .chosen W. .understand" !that Commissioner: :tor the l dle..' Mr.. .Chandler: has I have the.largest'stock of:Wines;,Whiskies i

Klonvlipervlsor Campbell Basstnger, has sold his paged. a Miss Hester, 'of Houklns-. /, > 4 ncl Been ever bandleArlo":. ,Klsslmmec. All tr
J.: 1>>.""P'o'K.-oi the A C, that place : Bile Ky.,... trimmer for' her mllllnry ""times. '*'' V .
orange grove and home at i grades at price* to:,solt. ;the ; ; .: \ ::1", ,
ft last Saturday for Ralslgh]!l. C., and will Monday. ,tender hi. business. Mia HasUr U a young; .

f In Mrs.:Fox,.who Is on visit to .resignation amembel'or the Boardof lady of several year experience.Miss .. 'Y _, y .vL,
ivss and friends la that c\t.x..riieyreturn .. County ComnoUsloo. 'prepatory. i Hester bAa:,been Id the large ,' ,, .
In about,three. weeks, to'moving from ',..... Mr.> .whole sale mlllloary houses. at 'Nashrlle .. -u '

see Elbe! ,and' "'Shelly'Bmlth,..olido l Campbell U one of theoldest residents ,, Tenn... securing all the new < WORK CiIIU.... -P: 1'3. t JpaHr: .;*.' and hay alwaya.been Ideas aa they come la and also ex .. .. .;g-TJTGr: .., A : .; . ... . .
bave been in toe County, _. . J Jthe
UM gtusts.of The Muling theas so she ooroes" to Klslimmee LIINI'OP" sPOTACLRS .. '_ :* >, :
i/:and Mrs. G. F. Parker this 'prominent. in,public loss 1o with all that t......beet. Look SIXSMIMKO FREE.1. t'
sever VVKS
..1J."beJ.Jwen': here to .attend the County ivlll sustain a lat.
"' ut for the notice of|b.-opening r., ..
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r-Dunwwvdding. ;' i bit remo p 'ft

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r'r'T purely-j.* a private enterprise, and FLAG +--, have to be awful-
when the bill pro riding for Govern, rTEIi: W'NORWEGIAN flow.Ibo |..*.I/o..*.' 'Orandpa, 'do'yon ,
inental construction and operationcame Mix a For" .l.n... rood to got to b.-

to be considered It was- defeat- i i Castro "Y... my.boy.. ." .
An admirer of Clprlano
'r huE MIDWAY edj Afterward the work was undertaken .V i president of 'the Republic of ('11ft.auela .'WeU'l' a"o.t made, up my mind' '
11 fVi priseNewcork
by the Posts! Telegraph Company 4rl5 iI once wrote that In his youthCastro to try for the booby ):

L '.T.. ,.,. 4r Arnold.i ,, and on July 1, 1903.. was completed I studied two thlnjrn-political '; Life.Positive ., .. .
the' Midway' Station having t4e. It l 1s
'._.. economy and the art of war.
i been established aa being the ?Qiost -. declared, however by Mr. Charles irowELS
v E n nv
).::: :, practicable relay between Honolulu r Johnson late of the British civil service ti

t -o. *ts.fl lE Mld"a7' blaDd" lire and t] nirn. w 2 5. that the political economy'' Cns- ,

.f g' ___ .V perhaps We,least known of r On .Midway Island, before the ad- tro studied "was Chinese! In origin, it* :
o I 0 this- country's Facifli! pos rent of the cable Jttelf. there pas".a, .. first and last principle being/ "rniucexo." I

J( .*. fHeSsloos.. Ho A'ever, front small colony of men, partly employe Mr Johnston, tells several Jlllunfrntlve,

'wow". their altuatton nnd....4he of.the company. and parUyibe.otfversand' I anecdotes' in the 'Criterion ofie_touching I

unique, position they,,, occupy In the, crew of the V. 8. S. Iroquois. a'certain:English company r. I It'll''I'''I''
commercial worldtbry are highly v,lnable. l- forming the representation of the, ,in Venezuela, which had been "bll I ::-1'-

Thruanie "Midway" explains Government Lieutenant-Commander! In many.Ingenous ways. '
kr in .a' word their exact position in the Hugh Itodman U.:1.: N% designated . Finally the company, In a nion\
Pacific and they lie within a few degrees Governor by the :Navy Department, S of optimism !imported a }jarw amount h...*'ux d on* of your Flab Brand
under whose jurisdiction the. islands, .BUck.t. for flvt y*.ri, and now want
vi-hldi divide of occultweeps.
of the .inerlJInn V gold coin and by HOUIO n nsw ono, ails I ", .n. for a ft-tend. |
the eastern Just western hemispheres.. are now malutaluNlalllumed, direction. _.. ......... "t& "_ ,newel' of this rash: not was w would not b.without. on far twice the
cost. are jjat .. far atw. t 111I1 They
The Midway Islands were discovered ( wafted to Castro. He Vai .,gravely'Concerned 4 common coat a* a common. OM I*
;and claimed as pogsbsslqus. of the United On the highest point on Sand Island! and the more he revolved abed, of "..thlnt:." '

Stated in 1S&by Hrooks, .Bailors from the U. S. S. Iro/uolll' The revolt of Corwoy has ...%.: nly! resulted inn' modification! of thenotlortal the matter, the more uneasy he'giew.Supporting / (s..m.nbr..l. ..41fiCr1EST

of the Gamble: The Ulands are. two raised the. flag of the United States, I flag. As Is shown above while, Norway and Sweden have.each"Its'own rohbet were to come 'and AWARD{ \WORLD'S' TOIL, 1901.

In number, entlrelT'E'nclrrl"d by 'a afidj the ensignias thrown: to-' the distinct flag, .No*. 1 and 2, respectively' there Is also a Union flag-No. take that gold, nnd his go\'eminent -

coral reef eighteen miles',In clreuuvfereuce breetce In a spot near the southwestend 8, a unlovely combination of No.. 1 and 2. This lnt l 18 home on I were to be held responsible? Suppose| as sure you don't got one of tho common -

!, ,\\lth the exception often- >pen.Ing of the. Island, twenty-Might degrees, the fighting flag of ...ach'countrl In the canton," or comer of ihe: "aif nearest Wicked men dexpglled those foreigners, 'kind this la the ?

on the northeast, which perm tl twelve minutes S yi4dv'rl'y5'0 seconds tile truck of the mast. No. 4 shows the. lighting flag of,Norway as it rcs and lbelr..howe governmentniadr peremptory murk of excellence. '

the admission of vessels. of Seas than north\ ; longitude 127' degret'll.fWl'ntt".o r before'!>'the.action pt the Storthing.. The: Union Is now by edict bun I shod from I demands The good man ,i...."'T .j"I

eighteen feat draft. minutes and twentythreeseconds the fighting flag, which will appear as No. 5. lost sleep, and pined. Finally. happy A. .J. TOV.ER C'f h..1fft
"'l!>IIt. The entrance: to the aoaVOfc, u."", Oolll
y Sand Island the larger of the two. Is thought came Into his mind. Why

about DOO acres In extent, and Is aptly reef, n roomy nnd broad one christened of three-. THE BIGQEST ELEPHANT TUSKS lines to : :Vk dlfTerent" '' angles' ,. such'as not hate all', that\ dangerous and TOWER CANADIAN CO., LIMITED
named It being entirely a desert' of quarter of a 'was ,' fifteen degree; twenty-two and one- tempting gold brought.straight up to TORONTO CAHAOA. u.Malter '

One coral sand l upon the light surfaceof Welles Harbor.,value of the Islands lies EVER FOUIID. half degrees thirty degrees,' forty-Hve-_Mlraflores, his palace, and ,burled eofWetWeatherClothingdHate<< ,;:
The greatest
which the sun shines with dnzxllngbrilliancy. degrees- Other cord 'deep In the treasure va&ItsT It wouldbe
In the fact that they are most conveniently This Is picture of of the degrees, etc. .
l Its companion island oddly a one twolargest related Information. au'b''aL the safe,then and,the government need '
another of situated tor the sighting and tusks that ever came Into the & Co. ,j
enough, presents extreme lose xio more repose.No MALSBY
of .The value of amount of rise per foot of run of borlEontal -,
barrenness a rock paradoxicallynamed reporting. tegsels.| I\"orylrade. Both came from the same sooner said than done. A messenger -
measurement for 'any of the
Green Island from its utter puch a station tq our navy is at once animal. was sent at break of day, and
angfeslthlu,: life of the Is 41 South St. Ga.Portublo
been saw Forsytli
has asked scope .
Congress ,
lack of vegetation., There are, how The specimen hl're l supported by four added. the English manager/ received him Atlanta
These- marks Increase
considerably -
of In its provide for Its establishment and.malntenace. Ivory carriers weighs 247 pounds. But
ever, large deposits guano With trepidation.
.a the sphere of the tool and.render -
rocky crevices, aod, as is tbe'caee'with Should favorable action Ttynk of carrying around to a veryvenerable the emissary cauie'to the point. That
be taken it Is likely that the Midway It .unnecessary employ the usual *
+ Sand Island countless thousands of age a "weight of nearly: fiX terrlb1e'loldl! l
been miter when nn angle cut-Is to be found
r birds! find habitation on Its surface. Islands, :which have heretofore 'pounds In tiiflks, ulonel :No wonder So the gold was carried, surroundedby
uninhabitable by theoccnetmtfll and marked, without In. any way rendering -
The coral reef round the Ulands protects barren and save that an elephant's iieck Is SIT thick n .bristling guard, to Mlraflofvs, to
them in a measure from the higbseas 1 visits of poachers !and crew and muscular the tool cumbersome or iuterterng ,and the government d'lIollltl'tl"elll.'.- r
t Tassels will become the \ with its! ordinary use. :\Moreover/
of the deepest portions of the Pa of stranded ; under Ono day about eight years ago a the Tiiprovemeatdons not add appreciably zuelan! postage. stamps to the full i
thriving community
: seat of a party of black, elephant hunters on a amount oft Jle gold: taken with the protecting
1amity )( ( the flag of the United Btate.-Yo\\. ,slope of Mount Kilimanjaro saw the to its co t.-rhlladelphlu Record. but helpless inn linger of that and uttaelonaryEngines

q ,feet"With rogue and sudden fluctuations Com anlon., -- animal& I that was ("orr3'11I1th"'e/: \\'ou. .. foreign firm. I Boilers

of ocean. bottom: The climate Is 'd'rtul.tusk, around and killed (It. The CUTS THE THREAD. After n while a notice. appeared'" in ;

delightful the temperature being mild THE MIKADO'S PRECEPTS. villagers down below were much as- -. -- the Caracas Gazelle. Jt announcedthat Saw Mills
and not subject to great variations VTordiaf wisdom -and Ad vie* That lla...ffin tonlnlifd, ,when they taw four m4'il One of those luiprexMve' little Invention In a certain faraway village of .J'

during the different seasons. It Is perpetual Jtt e.rr. ...p...._ Tout. oarrjlng the Ivory down the mountain. *!! that makes everyone with any the Andes a wild and nicked rubber AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY "

: summer here, but without the On the walls of.the barracks, on the They had fiever seen a Hlsk before that mechanical talent laugh at his own ol.-I 1 had burglarized, the pout olllw. Amonghis fo.nplrfr II". CarntJ in tiitelr for 1 F

enervating effects excessive heat sides of the tents, at the foot of every wits more than n one-man loud. tunene and lack of observation U. a spoils were, sevral sheets of postage 111.VKJIIA TX I>KU VKI\f, .

Sand Island Is the Letter suited for Japanese soldier's cot hangs a'printed The tusks were! taken to Zanzibar thread cutter for IngJiuu-blnefi that stamps'; and the manager reading e..t Minhlu.r,,I..t 1'rlt*** and }!< (Tarns t
human habitation although Its barren the announcement with 'languid
copy of seven moral precepts- says the WII| a us for catalogue. pricrs. '
surface offer but poor ho plt a!It]'. 'New York World.The Emperor of interest. suddenly started when he etc. hsfore buying. )

The highest point that on which the I Japan Is supposed. to be the author. At I l I II noticed that the stamps stolen were --.-- A $etnnunRTns.y
flag of the United State now flies; Is a I I II of precisely the same Unite and denomination \
any rate he, r.. Cmeral-lu-Chief, issued nvht far W hi. /iff,
c mere sand dune, ten feet above the 4b.uLto his Army. The last thing as the stumps deposited' ,: tI; vJ Opium Mot-p,Una,
r ;,
- general level of the ground. There area 'the soldier Bees on retiring the first I I with him as security for his gold. 1| and Chloral Noilra -
number 'of less pretentious dunei.. I thing to greet his eyes when he He felt a lump grow In bin throatas I ., tb.nlA or N.rrTW .
formed and held Intact by the roots of I lie read further. The paternal govern ',0 .C! I!'" .
awakes, are these precepts. '. -
V ttdqIsstib.4
a small dense shrub, groups which Every morning after 'toll-call an of- men t. bound (hat the thief should ,. ":i, 'r

'r are sparingly distributed. over the rest facer of each company reads the precepts . not profit by his evil deed hud determined _---- 6mrtb .,
.f the Island.In to his men. Then he makes the to cancel the whole issue of 335 Capitol Ave.. ATLANTA. 0*.

the thick shrubbery millions of men recite them In concert, and afterward -" the stamps fn- question; ana) would
w birds abound and In nesting time lay calls upon Individual soldiers to shortly send out o new Issue of a different An Accident.On .
their eggs flat on the sand. Terns, of color; Then light dawned on the whol. Johnny Ralston was avery :-
several varieties, bOAt..ln' bird, repeat In barracks the.officers'drill the men the manager. good boy; but be had one fault

.' gooneys albatrosses: sea pigeons plover -. In the knowledge of the precepts) and lie went to call on the president; whlr-b It seemed Impossible for his

and curlew are a few' of the species explain them in detail. Illustrating their but the president was In the country. mother to overcome--he would tight

which' are found' In great num- explanation with example drawn lie went to the minister of finance; with, other boys, Time. out of BumMr .

bers.' V from history.. Deed of Washington, but he inlnUter also was away. And he had- been reproved .for this

?, r. In" walking through these rookeries,. Alexander Caesar, Napoleon, Grant so the malla l'r'mnde the rounds, and the' last time be promised faithfully -

Immense clouds of birds are aroused and other famous commander are re- foaming and panting and presently. "that ha would b.ttl.-lIo more. "

; and their flight 'Terlt.bl1.d.rken.'t1Ie lated;; that the soldiers may know the returned to his_home. Uut that evening he returned from
sky, while during' the nesting'' season -r--r-- r.chool with a cut 'cheek .tend
precepts- In practicalapplication as T". Cba.ITe.r aa a Llr-Raior.. ._ a nose
eggs are demolished at every step. ,If like swollen beetroot
well, a* In theory. Itr-W. Fletcher, winner of( the 100-
cloud of. the. birds are disturbed and Baron Kaneko, a Japanese statesman "Johnay." acid bis mother sadly
mile contest In Cuba Country
fly away at approach of man there who recently visited this countryon says "didn't you promise me you wouldn't<
live at
Life. In America, saved two
are a* many more that prefer quietly light *
mission asserts that any more?
confidential '
; ream''right
to alt at hi*feet even sometimes snapping the personal valor of the Japanese notdlers ':. I ION: : OF. THE TWO LARGEST ELEPHANT? TUSKS OX: RECORD. ) Punta band Dreva tire,by.while sacrificing proceeding his at '"But I haven't been Hgntlng. .ma.

a* It resenting his intrusion on I*due to the practice'x>f the seven __ n __ ___ ___n .__ Thin Is the result of Ha accident.
I the rate of 110 feet a second. lie wall
their sacred Of late '
the Island has,precinct been frequently visited years precepts.. Here they are', as translatedby : where they' were the *alk of the town. I has just appeared to the credit of a coming grandly I down the open road "An accldentf-4aubtfully.\

_ by Japanese for the of obtain.g.r" Baron 'Kaneko from theMikado'' .. The bidding for them was spirited, and I l man hailing'from \Valtbaiu. Mass. ,Anyone when an o -("art'punned out Into the : "Ves. m."r"Jiw.alttll1l1; on Tommy.
purpose .
V "t' BISK*?: tad 1 hls"f
foricot tn hofd
; ll-
edict ,
: I who Is stall familiar with and
ing- the blrda';feathers, a practice naturally enough they were purchased a sew- middle from' the left hand side \ '
:rwblch has resulted.In In the death of "To be sincere and loyal and guard for American trade. / Both of them I'lug machine must have been Impressed slewed around, rear end on,.with two "'; American Cultivator//;;'

thousands of the beautiful birds.: .against untruthfnlnesa.Torrespect cam to New York but one crossedthe with the multiplicity of attachmentsand long .poles dangling out be lnd. Between -

The, United .State Government; superior.. keep true to ocean again and Is now In the con'enleneeLJhaUQ! <, with a modern th .polesjind s house porch on
,ON HIS_ .TRAt .. _ .
comrades and guard lawlessness .
against British Museum. up-to-date machine, and yet despitethe the right hand sideof the road there "
r however proposes to pat a atop to this "
"Pa. asked Senator's. little ))0)
( Indiscriminate slaughter ot.theInno- I and Insolence."To The heaviest Asiatic tusks that are seeming abfiudauce e of contrivancesthis was room for the trout'tlrl" but by wwhat's

p cents. Plover and curlew are two specie I obey the command of sppetloreIrrespective known to have come Into the market. fundamental attachment has longbeen the time the rear of the machine arrived a nemiliT""A N
of its nature, and neverto 100 10O and -100 The overlooked. On the work'support backed "nemaslslay son" tallied the
of game birds, the flesh of which weighed pounds. the os-c.rt.would have office
V* extremely palatable, "and ktbe :egg resist or disregard It. largest' tusk of a mammoth yet dugout out pftlclently far to sever the bead .of Senator wearily, !1. a female
and be seeker <. of fool lib
ef the tern closely resembling those of "To prize bravery and courage ofthe. soil:weighed 173 pounds.So a friend sitting In the rear' .of the car. whomrla moment
the'\ diligent In the performance of duties the animal-which was caughton Fletcher floated his wheels through; klndbertdnes-7ou promised ,lbar I IAa

+ prized aa food. When one desires and guard against cowardice and.timid- the, aide of Kilimanjaro takes the then throwing' _his front wheels hard sUt,--Catholic Standard and Times.r. .
these egg all that I* necessary Is to ity.I palm a* far as the records go In ancient abeam forced the rear of the machine '.-

clear a space In one of the rookeries "To boast not of brutal-courage and or modern :times.MARKIMOS . far over to. the right. wherelhe porch Austnan army offlc r' cut himself R.

u where fresh laid eggs may be collectedevery neither quarrel with nor Insult others, _.. J :-1k 1kV lifted off the rear right band tire. The under the chin la shaving, the) .'

'. morning.; -which' will Incite senerarbatred.and ftiigalltjr. -" OH.THE:SAW.. machine now plunged to the left of the green collar of his tunic robbedagainst
virtue -
'1C"the Islands' 'are barren and unfruitful To road, made an acuteangle to the mid the cut and be died of bloo4'; '

and so 'tan-baked that the and guard against extravaganceand An Invention! pertaining to compoundtools die and resumed a normal straightline. poisoning. s '

glare' necessitates smoked glasses of effeminacy."To and honor and of the saw type -has for Its object At thin point power was shutoff r:
: life prize reputation simple and efficient as the and everything came to rest while OUST .
the, darkest shade, the marine and greed." a design as THE DEMON.A :
p abounds In color and magnificence. guard against vulgarity ,. ordinary saw* and almost If not.quite, a fresh.tire was snapped on. Too.lo With c..... ;

Tropical fish in all the glory of multl- as cheap provides means by which the "
11:.._. h Th Ml..l. '
% a1lak. There 1* t
luminous shades of vivid colors abound something fairly demoniacal

la the water, while sharks, sea ele- ErerythJng'seemed ao quiet that the r '* Professor Dr. Uhlenhutb eminent In the way coffee sometimes wre-ak"

phants'and setaceous: animals are also oil reporter leaned out of the car wIn- V army doctor at Berlin definitely claims its fiendish'malice on those who use It. A

to be found. Fishing here Is delightful dow and addressed the old man with to have .discovered the "mUslcg link" A lady writing from Calif say: I':

n:' sport and some of the wildest "fish" brindle whiskers, who was sitting on by a long series of Investigations, bayIng "My husband and I, both lovers of : :

stories are related of the sixes of the the dusty platform.; qh established the similarity in every coffee: suffered for some time from avery ,

f catches., "Guess you are a prominent citizen respect of the blood of.the higher apes annoying form of nervousness, ,' 1

a ,The moat recent chapter In" the history I of the town?" ventured the newspaper und human beings. If the blood' serum accompanledJ by most frightful headache .' I

of these two-dreary isles, and the man. of one animal be mixed with that of *. In my own ease there was '

one whlcb'ba.- tect..publlc; attention "Wa'alU" drawled the. old man. 3--- avBOVTBB any other the mixture remains clear; eventually developed some sort of affection ' 4

... more or, less to.their strategic Importance chewing a pine splinter "all the folks .D CUTTBB OM SBWTIO ,? .CBJJfI I If, however blood be taken from an-c of tie De'nea leading from the 0 lrth

"' ,* was recently consummated around bore have known. me. tor ape and injected into the vein of a'' spine to the beard.; r.

through the choice of Sand Island as" years." s table, and extending from' the needle; rabbit, the blood subsequently taken "I was unable to hold my head up"slrtiigbt "-" ,
,";' one of,the relay stations for the new 'Thought so. Ever run for 'office* hole, there 'Is.a..thread slot with owv- from the rabbit become* troubled who tile tension of the nerves ,;

Paclfle cable,,which has united Uncle "Once." verging edges, leading to a thread-cut. mixed with more ape** blood. drew 1to one tide, causing 'roe-Uie S

.jO i 'am'* new possessions In'the far Pacific "Democratic f or Republican tlngMevlce.. The arrangement- of the A similar resnlfis obtalnedlf human most Intense psln.' We got .relief

with the seat of government ''Neither.". needle-bole and slot is such that the blood be injected Into the veins of a from medicine and were punled' to ;

,i >When Hawaii', and the Philippine "Ah Prohibition'(0. ?" ' shuttle is securely gripped to facilitate rabbit and the experiment Is often relied what caused the trouble, till a friend x

tt t ,. 'came Into, |be possession of the United \: ." cutting of the thread. When upon to prove If blood found on suggested that possibly the cotlee.we

t.i* Butts,:'direct and efflclrjt means of Then what kind of office was itf It II.remembered-- tba.t the snipping the clothes of a suspected murdererIs drank had something to do with it, and ,

p telegraph communication wanting ."The'clerk's office to get a marriage r shears/ are not always at hand, 'and. human. The higher the ape In the advised that we'quit It and try Poo- .i

G President McKinley was quick to real- license, after I'd been courting the that It Is- not always convenient to scale of development the mere pronounced I tum Coffee. ', \\J

lie. just wbat such; a 'bond'with our Widow Jones 'f er nine years., You bet: rea"cB the nnder- tbreadJtoaejrer it, the is the rl'.etl.on.--London, "We followed .hla advice, and from .,I'

new possentons would mean both""to I .run." '' '... aAVZSl MCCK CALCULATION, value-of an attachment that Is never Paper. the day that we began to use Postnm t
the land and water force of this countrJ' -- misplaced may be appreciated.-Phlla. we both began to '
various angular cuts resorted to in rsr Improve Aod'lo. ,
th.Jto : ]
Disliked < A atrmna-o It........ 1
.. 'i stationed there. In his message to Why pentry may be ezpedftlously and easily delphla Record. very short time both of us, were enstlrely : !
be directed I beard of a man'wop. discussing "Hang me Immediately, and save .:.o
I Congress on February, 1890 once found a fad marked. The blade la similar expense relieved. The nerves became
attention to the necessity for a name on the visiting. list saidto In type to the ordinary band-saw The factories n Lancashire of trial," exclaimed :Thomas steady, 'once more; the headache "'
ftc I a,bond, and urged the coD.lelera"tlon his wife. You know perfectly .well Hogan a laborer at Bass'. brewery as
such caned the muscles
except that It must"-have a straight; pin enough thread in six seconds to go In the back of ray N'w
4.. 'i of the, p1MtUVbye: }Toth houses that, don't like that man" "Don't back and carrlesa number, of inscribedi round the world. lie rushed Into Burton-on-Trent police neck relaxed my head straightenedup

The mean'of communication 'then,InTOCU IOU think; youiire a, little unreasonable = .... -... station yesterday. "I have banged and the dreadful pain that had so
called for at least fifteen or sixteen ?' asked the wife. "Your dislike'arose.beenuse '- - J my wife" he added. "and killed Mr.
+ ; ... ..... oak,..: new-born babies and leave punished me while I used the old kind I q
N'' dlffereBt-atatlans.! ...controlled ,for he did not answer av Utter talMas the salt Johnson?, Bass Scripture reader," of coffee vanished. .
: and'J'otound In some parts of Europe:and Asia them for: twenty-four hours. The Detective despatched to the "
VV the most part by European corpora you wrote him house We: have never ,
"floes. .The' rate "charged was' then afterward that the letter was hung up there Is peculiar eatom'of malting' ern Greeks sprinkle" -salt -on ,00\\ round that there was no ground for the old entl'NI.'but returner relish,our Postnm a.e.ot
babies. '
'' and the In the of overcoat new-bora When a baby 1* babies llogan's ...erllon,. In
IBS .per word, Government all 'unmet:; ; pocket your ,, response to every day a* well as we did the form -' t
k* paying, the end of the Phil:: and .waa IHI'IW'If'Dt to him at born amoBf the Armenians of Ruula This pr.cticegot, salting babies I I. his appeal "Please bang me." he was beverage. And we are delightedto
Insurrection, 'about 4OO.OOO a all.' "te.. I know that"'.... the reJoinder -'' -the nurse, takes ,tu'lntant andcovers. ancient custom. It has It* rise In told that the scsffpld: was erected and find ''
tr for It* messages. ""butltwas, so long before I the- entire:..U with;'very .flfte- salt. perstition,' of" course. The .mother ,the hsngsmsn ready, whereupon he ,w* can, J&f" It freely to ti
V "V' salt I'teft. on tn* baby' for' three .think that salting InsureMbelr took 'collar oar cblldrejn also something -re neverdared
+ t; wsrsrtswttmetbattb.lateJ.b. QMn4-t/.NM1Lat-hoonldn'S.aTDri001t i ' This : children off .his + and tie and antounced ,
to do with the old kind of coffee.
Uackay offered: bJs aid,to Jbe GOT- bra rudeness, and I never forgave him;. ( au-or' mor /'su>4,1ho; 'the.child l i gbealth and strength and that'lt. will that he was. 800 years old ." Name given Postam Co.Bat-"1 i+

,y t meat.!"f1I.-t'pst.-r.-Nch" ,and i'don'telIeY.le..ew-! .hall.t.Tbere' ? abedwlth'warmrwstere( w' keep.'evil spirits! ,away,,-:from,* them. aodjhe: .;Douessor..ofgreat.'ealth., tie Creek by .
'. unimportant changes J* 1* a good deal or lIl-feUna' 14 thlai 4. In ..AMat::Donor there U.a. tribe" .1 Even :in some' part of Germany'salts laving given. away a brewery' He' "Postnm,-Mich.jw + ,'
la-without foun'7ilatlon. people living In the mountains wlio 1 stilt used on the child at birth.-Medical was taken ,.be Coffee contain absolutely no'drugs'ot'any
..".lII VNWpgMSaJ wfcW-ja-winter. world that any.firmer. . away. to > medically. eximlned. :-' I kind but relieve. *
; : '"*"' ***. veajrofte.tho.tMa. They-salt Talk 'For the Home. London ;, ',J
th cable 'l'rIDter" ink .. MaIL
offered Congres* ,to lay . '
ft,*. -.. .... I coffee drinker from the old drug poison. :P.
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111'tp.r: \ 'Plr. 1[ :t1l. door and, beat downnrs Wljp yypjftpp!WUlipl
germs in our aUNOAV CHOOUllQlour
.r.t..m. Jesus ,
moN""so than the. 1oea-and'tbe: was poor -wI- vwrb J). y." ?Till.;

,i."CHOt:. LY' 5UNDACY SERMON'" I.THE raul.was poor having few or DO birds posiIessions :-; Hi.lActly. rerapnalI lntireett: ,In'rR.. 'xr., :Subbn -We .reattywiglBt..tonaveT.flae.of :I IIEAL;) IIFS

: REV., ALBERT ONES L-oRD. but "ibe cloak and tlfY parchnent" 1 Inatruottott. and,t,,' l rsyr.It : thoseburglar,, alarms"put' ,

reter was.,poor, "SII..r end was my'privilege: U July to-visit tn. .
gold have I none.' rO""r17 so) dls1' tlb noted Weboo\.peTtlitend..t.. .Ifs.? Sobbnbs-WhmH' ,.sad'.Ia"', the .tai &, ,the Destiny "of Men- The' Influence of a

..bJ..t I, at ll.r.teasroodyn wasted nnle.IIr. Whereveretberp of .Mr John D., Rockefeller. ,..Tile.. Oil thing go. oft at' night all4..wake'.th., ,I "
.r'-TIt.. II boll.r.u Healthy Woman Cannot Be
., X. Hen Albert poverty there should fie King. It wa. July, and 'tKei'weather bahjT. No ma'amfnot..mach.Pblladelphta'Prers. -, ?, ;

fours ord. pnstorof MerMen the First Coup- beaeTo1..lIee. Aeperous, ras hot; a.*erU>.l*...>th. tuperto- \ .., .01. I deenagbthi of t.he" ill Q
Clmroa. Conn..
glltlonnl Plymouth Church Sunclipxcbnnire ,., 'To pity di.t..... I id but hum''l teadeet.'wasfwumTja<<: his, place.; tbieUootwas > : ' : ,, urea ia tbia world marry ... II
prenchrdfl In with the nsilsta To relies it to God hke. iaiet. 1on, the, attendance: ,..r lMrcft&Delltl;' .aNd. NOflt. ,n.m.rtW -".. *. woman beeavase ah* !.
I"rl1ll1 tl" 1VJIIRr4.,P.' narmolv. when Jesus was upon ...rtb 'Uit laid "K al good ,and the scholars. were enthusiastic sere.. llrat .sa, ... or Dr. Runs'"a_: beautiful in their eytbeeaase *-*-
pn.tnr that X.rv.a..t.rer..21n"bolt 1.4 '
) bus n good .audience HImi ddprrnee'rl stowed every bpatllcllon which wan be- b:.n. K"JtL'W".Ltd.."1 inn st.t.1..rh1MPa fee she has thvqnall-' -
upon one of the ,beat of tbe tUa. which Inspire admins
excellent,. sermon. ills .Mr.. Rockefeller' school Is' the Euclid ,
,. brethren In a 'lorbig spirit j.,.. '. ,, in and love.There .'
'INrl't was ,1.b' SC(tIWeut'Of Iter/ v" aceepta Avenue Baptist,: In* Cleveland, gold ,production tbs ycai lion respeot '
blaunto. M m. inasmuch ended Kehmiry 28: :; :
r1rPThe text wn. from I.slnb xlln-: : word ese tS.t7t.000. la a, beaity in ,
-Iwlpeil.every-l&ne' 1is| nelghtxnnd whkb la (nil of slgnlflcauceSall b.... Ohio. He .has been superintendent health which la more attrsvetiv .-,

Tliry prery 0110 sold to Jils brntb r. 'n worker. "<,AlJ'tb"c-bl'RQtlfu1 ..ntto; tor Iblrt+ n '!ar.. IoN Rockefeller .;,.1pdhtae.oft.nthe rMraaVInelo.c'aaostalaQS'rapiorCAlldrs. ,.': to even than mere'" M ;
hunts In the world will' weigh less than'fr..tafltiIOTrir has bten superintendent' of the amr.r.duo.I ftsntma 1 .' r
of nand'{ courage.Mr; Lord acid: 1I0D..lla'l. palao".n1l4. eolle.xae.a bottle. (i regularity of; featuye.
w1.' here been pnslng rnplilly in the ]: lIetlu."- Many of the primary department during tbe nmo 'The Influence of 'Woad"OI'lorloualn < '

lest halt eentury* from .nil Indlvldui.' orK! ns! tlons might teach us period. In the, winter they are In The F.mperor.f.lap.n' has'recently. given' the possession I ,-

l lsUe! to a foclnl typo, of el.mutloll.t'nl1l'M who In 'tanrlt1.lire medibers A of the! church leesnns New York City but during the aunmr $1000 to. th.'tt-lL.c.A--- ; of perfect physical,health -
word* were never more true time IIIDce I re- upon men and upon the ,
'' ,. 'Pi o'.Curator
'tl"f'C1 In they are In Cleveland- They are Cooiumptloa: "n infallible I
anT by mistake< a >o tal civilisation of the 'S4.
tliitn tq-'day' when'' lie anldone of iHrelli I m.dl.ias fot AO&jfoll and roldt.- W
In .tJt"nda.ace. ,
Ithl1 .."," All the! forces and. fltorll'r"III'IIII1 ganlzatlon 1o another. Hiking him to I : The; school) begins, at 19.80a.. m. and : Iecausoofthemmenhave: ,
1 to lintnnii lifernethnntcfl' ellll and assist 1 sick brntb.r. How lasts for one hour. The average; at'tendance /fb* Ppopulation! ot Ikngkok U .estimated. attained the very heights '" ,

"n"I"1" and'reI1& loua-alMve open moving often Onef i our t'lItI""tJlp l prompt! u* to .'' l I..'about"'6 '
do tbl? Yet the "
I. In Mirli n degree toward, a unto all .
men pecimi.v. unto those who been established and d.
flint Ihp twentieth! century' can way 11I.t are of the boulI of th*. Sunday School rooms. The 'Rlo.n'l Liniment torso mosquito 'bit.... .
hold ;
1l'M>ne word which will serve her beet. of mrani or might will faith.ever fall No to plft b* church I. a'downtown church., and la It fcllU yellow; !| li-vcr and eta:nril! grra "whatadlaeppointmcut. i

for"a "'nll'lI.ol'"I'oRPfhpr; togctlor thrice Me..t. Let the liirKe end of not wa aristocratic church: as some Two thou..hll.; ",..,, : of ail ..:1,11.:1: :61 thnr to a*.the fair young,, ,

your Kpoproslty be beneath tbe surfnc have supported. Rockefeller'I In i'.I'I'.r every ,ear, 'wife'sbos.tyf.dingaway, 1 rc
Iii tire Industrial '1'01'tiu' > coneei if It chances 10 to be.; let the number of touch ,with bIll entire school He Is before a year paws over t r
r Irn.lodnt force III I most manlfeit.: Dr. .. ............ I.
your bencf.Artlont be a secret If you to Ideal superintendent la that fie. k "M.rti.aa r her head I A alokl,. half-
,lo+lnli Strong' \ I'Rlh'.to ml ml how '{ at will.- but'-:whether secret or" public, Don't p.r tIJHi a gallon for linseed oil; dead-and-fcllTe. woman,
t rte years nun H wan (he age of homi crowd your-llfe with end lens. benefac t deft;ales tie work to "ol1)era. .ut .has which. ," )ou ado in rtnrty-for-UM puint.freib especially when ahe ,is .
ftpim" Kimilllts need of tbcir'hmiseholder , iplunlnjweiivlng the during the tier gallon: and mix it with lx>ngmn & I all '
Edwin Markham beat Tnl primary department MMtintx L '. is a damnvr to Joyous
link's .i..t.I
ft M. --
( nnd the making of gnrmenti poem entitled nnnsmiiph.H Hej! The: Holds about the home supplied the n w"t'hmno.' ?tan I'.r nalnef oix,Mo*. ',I.,. school for the eloilng. > (*uon. dr g upon .
With < the necessities jtt MfiTlirii ... .1 ..'S. The ooet ofawifeseon1lrsBeJlieAiftaleX, -
Indintc eo w a castled height guarding tie.-lt- Mr. Rockefeller hv, 'seldom absent an' Rarron I'r..ldftlt M..t't..lerl"flUnn' .
the main force 11111. Roar' Hill 15. C. wnr.s slant illness la a..serious'
It 'Ra that; wn ode!. The tlio brawny" Arm. But tMlny manufa Itaplf-agalnst tli citadel wall, when n from the prayer meeting.- Mr, Rockefeller "Ia J883 my residence' with 1 I., a: drain upon, the funds of a t
turn linn forsaken the home for the half bare beggar* man tottered believes 1ft formation and alto ),1. It looks better than a treat many household, da"d-tOOOtieD all-the dontoning "IflrdUX.nakbanrt VcgUbl'Oaa>peaa past. 110uar. painted three ago. doea made m* a wear woman, and I tiel) *o grt ,
In reformation. no good.
and flip
in.lll factor7'end steam and The watchman' ran and threw Ills C\wn. 'J>. Sold: everywhere anti11\ l..onp.D ful.that I am glad to writ and tall you at
> ." \01 k.. Taint Makes. lor If woman. find her energies are my mynah ee iseoveey. It brought' neltfandYttallty.
I 1010\11 of labor bee taken the place: nt that very night died himself from ex.. I a young man walked pat us.Mr. 'Hly ",.r.. flagging and that everything tires her health, ; ."
tar eingirLnild. Then one man midtiiniiy dark shadows ... under her : u
"nlllno- : aald's, 'i'bat: eyea.her.
RockefeTer ] young .hew York tine 'without ..Db..lnl.. E 1.Pinkham's Vegetabt
mnn disturbed
What Lydia
things: no\r many men mnke one But waking it i'lhat Better Land that :tie .. : sleep 1* by' horribledrea.msl
.t Into-our prijer'meetingtwo A l>nniiinik tamer punted 23.00Jrabbagcii .
can came will
did for Mrs. Alasley it
t\ljn\ nond the "hes of throe cooping' kin, . jr-Khe haa' backache headaches Compound
lint: nIl Industrially socially are Behold the lord cimo' out to greet himhome. I years sro\: .on the eth of Novcni: arlnff-down' pains nervoueneaa. do -for,every woman who la 'la .poor

v <> lifcoiulng more 'Intimately related j i ber. He came In drunk but he went CUTICURA. GROWS HAIR whites' irregularities. or deipon- health and ailing' I

A half century.. ago lucre were corn. Wearing the coat lie gave at Moscow. away converted, and' has been a faith. ,deny, ah. shonld take means to build Itabenedtabeginwhenitaasebeglne.. '

ID, iiiniiy' hut email In mini be::: 'domeICesr'ingthe-- hairy coat he ful worker since." This 111011"1'' ber system up at once by s, tonic with. -gfrestrength and 'rigor from the
kfavr. . ...
| !! p' .p (' .r P..r.a and 11.1. K. speclflo such Lydia E. Pink-
d, eadtimltrriInndrantngeeT.cowplete, By MOICOW'I tower before he left the bow much personal .attention It paid .t.r.l by u.. a.= of In tlirni"flvo*. Cttlcen' seldom went 1 grave to the Individual. Church Kconomlit .. Cak..r c......... ...... Compound. and robust.Remember '
c; N-j-rml, the border of their reipeetUtn < . 'a a 'a Thin great remedy for 'women his LTdia E. Pinlcham'a.Vege.

taw i ie' Hut gradually: tbas* commnnl I "And where, dear J>rd,. JO\lnd.1\ this A. w., )(Independence.'Va.writ' writing done mare In the .way of restoring table Compound holds the* reoord. fur
A tlc lnivi. > lieeil eronpfd: Into .town., and coat of nine. v.'m: MODERN ERy SE. under-dale tit sept:! 15, 190. says: "1. health to the'women of America than the greatest number of actual cures of
.\ tin- towns develope Into cities and'''thei )*tnin unftt for eory: such .* Thine?" 'Wbe're are you going, my pretty hate bd falling"b.if'and'dandnefl'for' all other medicines put together..Mt lathe woman's Ills. This fact 1s attested toby '
rills Into greater ('ltl.VI\prl'''I our ll>eirtie; Lord answered with a'took of maid twc.'v!' yean and Could: let nothing to help safeguard of woman's health. the thousands of letters from gr&l..'
'fntlicrs all tbiwold. light: .. m*. kindly: 1 bought en* bos of Cuticui-a/ which, ..... file In thePlakhamlaboratory
Following on
were> Independent Thia coat My.on to ilo I last "A-hanting a husband sir sh. ,,4."Wouldn't w publish by request, a ful women .
+ you gave Ointment and one take Ot l.'alieul'lIinoar.: t
lesi letter from wife. Merit aloo can
we are more or dependenon matdT" amoving >>
night I answer my pretty d.nd.II.fand .
and they ceird: my scalp ol the
the whole world This "made" Robert. But there Is another way to again 'Your'money I. tainted-. air," .she' stopped the hair lilling.MoA iuf I Mrs.. Heinle AlnnTey, of Ml South 10th produce such results. ,!.v
Lama Steveimon exclaim It Is reslljdiilipiirtenlng ,. offer the sacrament of service than. : Street .Toooma writes Women should'r aber that ';eufti. r,
by: aald. hair U growing .* well a* ever. 1 biahly'prir : ., Wath.: i
how we depend on otterper.nle .. .. for all female disease aetu.aU e> Ut*.
1"lnt.ood. to eat and raiment: Jo. puton I '-at. Louis Potplpateb.DISUKTED . Clitieura Soap a. a toilet op, .
.In this lit"'I'bis : it is suggested by the last half of Signed!:! ) A.'W. Taft. Inrftpcndenc Va.-'' Dear lira Fbakliani>. and that cure la Lydia E. Plnkbam'sVegetable
-complex life hat given rl.e10 a Take no subUtnte. -
tbe text: "And every one said to his t .Ererrtno* ray child wu bnrnIbvcatfercd. Compound.
great: many aoelnl stud fraternal or brother 'B. of good courage.' There THE,! SVOOE8Tt9, .*. I hop* few women ever have, with .
iriiiilmtioni.. Men have banded themaelvei : are men and women In this world who .Jorklns-J&y deaf I wl leh you STRICT. .lntlUDnaUdnfI.w..tye.a,bes rtrugdown If you have symptoms you dont ,
together' for mutual helpfnlnessFntluri. need an encouraging word mbre than I' wouldn't sink that song about "Fall- Drevsmaker-And would you bareleg pat*.barkaeh* and imtclwd*>..ttdcbM. po understand wflt. to Mrs. Plnkbam.

working by the week and they need .bread. Man does, not life 1 log -Dew." of mutton sleeves, madam affected loymy myctonwrh-.., and. halt*o that my I.oooM tin "was BO**p n1' Lynn Masa., for special advioe -U U.

Top email wogei, having little cues depending by bread alone. There are men on our 11...... JoTkina Why, not? Customer (trying. on)-Moat certainly i. r tree and always helpfnL, '
upon them have set-loin streets who have been unfortunate In .... .tar."I..Lon.!: ,FsB.
not. ram: .a \ E. PbUuus's Vetetakto CMsfwarf fcocetds Wsers yOtkcta
sick me' mucb ,
thoughts when they realize that their lives. They are pessimistic and Jorklnt-It remind too IlJ\IIQ : _
nc. .s limy be lying In wait, for then discouraged a 011'distrust all the world. cf the house' rent-London Tit-Bits. don Punch._ _uu__ n

end, short hours may be tbelr lot. There are others who are In some TO \ -.' i' _..;...- . ', .. ..', .-.; .:.. -
When tbe head of the family Is sick cation'whleh does not measure up to or A WOVAN'S SUFERINC WL.. DOUGLASW. ,

and unable to work tbe Income cesies their ambition and they need to have -zIi -n.I. .. .. .. '
but expenses: Increase. To meet all' some one tap them on the shoulder and I Vk IrrcBBlar, Raekwt with r ln.. 3 & 3 SHOER" t
these possibilities the various -benevolent Mad Well.<. as r...d. HMTlar. .00 out too
say "Be of good courage. There area a.. Douglas Edge
societies and fraternal organlcatloim good many men who become disconr.aged Mrs. E. W. Wright of 1T2 Main 8tHnverblU. TABS BEFORE YOU SHAKE DON'T HAVE CHILLS :azzI .cannot bo equalled at any prlco.. .

p I It 1*have every come man's Into duty existence to consider not There before are others they who become lose drunkards.their bope was suffering. saysIn ibarp pains law It'l I .-: : ssss u -- saf*> ::x=: :.M&, CHL 3a1 i'Jt1n; : a.aa ( ;' '

only tbe present demands ot the-fam before they lose their good name. the small-of the i It Will Mot Only Cure. But Will.'Prevent Thorn. 1 .au.ncsa .
Ur but Its future welfare. It II a There are many who need to be met '
back and bad loch Made In Prlo BO ot*. '
crime for a.fattier to spend his mouejfreehanded at tbe door of tbe factory at the close '
r at Ito bar or lu hospitality' of the day's work and led beyond; the frequent dlisj: -zi XaaafnactaMAby PATTON.WOR8HAM DRUG CO..
ryl at the club or squander It In sports saloon .to the doors of their homes, spells. that 1 couUscarcely rw aala"-.aiI pu.. OaUai, Tsx. use ...,1Iiat 1'*... '

y when he has not either' In- the savings that they may be saved to themselves g get"aboni *<
bank or lu insurance; made secure the and to their families. They need words ., the '" bouse. The Ii'
future- welfare of his family. It la of strength. Their wills are weak and > urinary 'passagei '. II .Ji : : .

every man's duty to endow tile futunt'with must be reinforced. They.need to bet ..... ' quite Jlr. ""
a* good a livelihood for* his fam"lly Inoculatedwith cpurage, and the powerto I regular. .MontjdT', I .

We MS heartily lies in his lympathic power. *. with rater' Very resist few evil.. of. us realize bow. much I I 1 i periods distressing were s 1 r. ii'w'i..N' C ti E 'S. T E'1' ,7

nltles aud societies In their sick bene- help there Is In a handshake when .
1II.-.n4 ot widows and fatherlesi dreaded their approach.- This was mj -NUBL SHB'LI'S:
care given In I brotherly way One of Wei- I CKU BLACK POWDER .
children. They have a mission In society. . Ungton's officers when commanded togo condition for four years. Doan'a Kidney : It.1a'I Ifr

But. however commendable they on some p>rllonr duty, lingered' a 1 Pills helped me right away whet I The Nublack". is a grand good shell. ... ,

wny'.be. they must not take the place moment, is If afraid .and then said: I I began with .th'eDl. and three boxei I good in construction, '''primed "with-+*'*,, quick ..,J "'...,_.. i iJetyl
of the two divine Institutions-tbt "Let me have. one clasp of your sll- cured me permanently.? and primer and carefully loaded with .a1K. --
home and the church. There I. but one conquering band before I go. and then Foater-Mllburn CXw Buffalo N. T. 1 sure

place where God-has :set ,u .tbe altar Ieando: It." The 4naority of the I ,Fof, .sale by air: deblrra. Price CC the best brands of powder and shot. It is a i iI ,
. .
of domestic affectionk where conjugalrelations needy. ones of.rtb'uk lIot-fcr oUr f, cents per"box! "" T,; favorite' among. hunters .and other user) of tlfsallgM :tabsw; '- ;:
;; 1
$ =::
are sanctified by the presenceof money bat for our sympathy; and our. I _ U5VVU"svs Iseret ,
(children and that la tbe home; and sympathy we ought to ..give.Some a.I. 'black powder shells'on: account of its, W.a.0..g1.eA.NgwMti tM4-., .
there Is but one institution which the to dolt but 'wUy should 1!' Another Device for Proventlng Sea .._....e.V(Mil.*.Ace as ,, ,f._ :::
one ought uniform 'shooting evenness 'of-/pattern I .widen.-.........tIae.liar.... N III 1...e ,.. ;
Son of God ordained while upon earth;; Bbojrtd be turned Into'the ucriflcia'teentlment lcknsa. .. the ..... __ ... "'-.,.,-....-..
and that la. the Christian church. Fraternal "Some one ought(: to do It. { bask and strength to,, withstand reloading. __ .... pee .ra. M,... set adlf.w..hath.pate.

organizations should be auppleeJDPol. ao "why, not -iri: Frederick: Douglass for An vessels Ingonlous, the telt-Vevellng object of .sea which la : ,ALL: O'E'ALE'H8.'' 8'ELL THEM ....*'7 .. klM.*. If MM I eaMt..y..l..M Wm t *a ;
t ., bat never attempt to be subatl- appreciated the npllftiwhich' Lincoln UM WM-M -- nut MkW Bmi1* fhw
.tote* for the borne or.the ('burcb.:1. always gave him when they met for to overcome' the discomfort to tire ........*.......VM MM_wSk iriilck.r.ryilD
... ..... .....
- yU .M _W NaIIa.,
ilk y.u
)tut-we cannot say tbat becauu Donglajn. laid; "He U 'h. only man paatengerof mal-d.mer.-..bean why W.TTttMUM ..... .... alae ....
Is becoming more highly organized It 'who dors-not remind me that I am a Revised by a London dentltt. .Jt.'hlB; .-. ... ....- III tIte ,. fi.t.;: ;., ,' w.

'can he lived more eailly. On the other negroJ'"'To say to a Weak brother with I I now been In snccesaful operation : l' ...:.:.- v'aWery; ... t l.Lw. .u.:: :, .'
hand weare Inclined to say that the nl.....the meaning. In your soul "Be ofgood one of tbe mail-boats plying ...._ ,... w..g .ad.eee..d wby n.e.y.
closer mews relations are the greaterthe courage: "* will often make him a ujon $5.0......ant t t..a,way they a.t --'.
frlcUon and the more difficultto moral giant and suffer him to rise I I across the English--Channel. The device "vOURFEt Will give you best tad, __fit bMMr wr.s l.._ aed an ',MI'es
Pare. every event work good' to;everypenou. above" bit difficulties and bla shortcomings" .: comjVlaes' a <.",laCloc'cot with service In proper ketrl..le..lw....Ikea,.. .ay.ebsV saso.. ; II;

This kind of life'. I repeat.. 1. .\, There are verxfew persons whodo.uM j.I four cord .,pawing from the corner .I1'1f11 '
far better-but more difficult t-llve In need words of'encouragement!, to electrics-brakes, wit Ilh! ,automatically Shoes. Ask' your .ww.a;; i4f.A.! :

all It. relations. Tbe tone of a three who do not need to- bavo. some'one sayto '1 check> apy attempt of tbe .. dealer to ',f\t\ your ';$ baMnwLhc.g " .
or era bank organ fs f much better them "Be 'of good courage." 1 I' from Us position. While I Comfort .. .".",. ...betlt.ease... N'_ gasman
richer more sympathetic and harmonl.ou 'No one has ever b.*d. able to speak depart'cot' level the cords are feet 'with. shoes,''which will give you ttbo t kto. aua* a4 priM _...a---..,
than the tone of a cabinet orgnn.In this word with such pathos as Jesus, the remains .Wear. The Right .Shoo wwtwn.'A: desist I'*mnrj ton wbne
the there few combinations free to pats on and off. the pulleys Style and Longest W, L. D..gly ar* set okL Foil U.. mt
one are ,
and no heart bure ever been lifted Into w.ple..S :i._,..&1_ spelt raga.e'--
'Wblle'"the other there are hundreds. the pretence of their beat selves as on tile 'brakes. The slightest lossof for all sorts of wear wilt:be found in .fiat Cfrir SfOmtt seMi tint toll Mt my ttmmm.' ..
An, amateur can play the one, but only .those toy whom lie spoke. When the horlioatallty of the cot causes: '' Writ tat IllnMntad catalog of Fan M '..
the master organist can play tbe ottverMtltfactorlly. woman was 'lronbt to.:Him taken In mercury In four tubes to fall in some "ALWAYS tlUST CORRECT"CXXVER __tr
Fo in,-these times cfi her sin 'It was "Go sin no' more." cf them and rite In others 'and so .
i highly..developed social and religious When others' would, condemn.the 'woman I I electric current to the
life It la latlimcult t. are a full; rounded who stole her way Into She botue of I comp!<-r a the
bepnt i
Christian life, A company of peopioppTfiwl toon tlio leper to anoint Jesus' fret particularbrake, required to -.; BRAND:
01111'1:1'; area can get along lie said: "She hath ,done whet she i In operation to deck, the further ," ,

comfortably well bet crnwdod Into a rould," When Mary aftd Martbn wetemourning 1 lose' of horlsonulfly' TIle' lose of .

mull luclosure'they .will suffer. embarrsssment. .. :; the lot of a brother It was I >JeveF trom the variation of the position SHOES:
They all have elbow. "Thy brother shall rise nan In." When taken by the partenger( automatically
and where It Is Ideal to march through the :, '" '
I the thief on cross threw hlrntclfupon ,compensated; water beingpracUcally 'FOR WOMEN y'
'11(... touching #lbow to elbow. It is not Jesn' compassion the Master tnMUt htllaJMaUar t.' ,
comfortable whenmen \ rramned I the same rpecinc gravity ... ..._ .....1..._.... WIlT'SweTl.. w. n
*o pre I I said "Todayu sbalt be next Me lararadlsp. .. ...._,. / .11" tbN. as .N as a d..eN V suet saw
7f r'p
and their elbows tonclr one'anothet ,r as the human..bodr.-ter.T7.: In.80wtl1. ... .. CI.aa UAJL'aay a'-AJlIGO".O e.dap' 'h'I. fir'
,.., ..wtti. ups m .. iM1ll ."-ni.-t. .. a* : ,
of e-
water foot >
I Our whole social life to the a sp
ruder the arms. : more t
peon !hi CUM IWMonkoa a4 aaMl eaUnTOOJETT +
( srM,
I S.. therefore a question of, elbow i I. aAatathtaa z..t" clally-denlgned 'water bed than a lightweight _trtltejt tr gt I1 Puw ii M sa d' I.'a f. b. b..el..d I.w.
I Tile leads us naturally' the quee- 'It Is not enough nPcordThg to Chrisil -also from aide! to .Id.-- w. ad .M be a.w cih.bag.. .
at '
..... "I .....
I tloy' flow CU<< nfei>e n.f'tIlO" to ful-, \*"y, tl( be as good as the average; CAFtoicST, FINK SHOOO: :. KXCUUOIVISTS"J : drpkakeaapeciAl..
inil aU ''Ib,.. manifold relations Tbe''f ret' IOU]' '..m to think ao. It Is bard AND Ygap.a.
; : :i; ,:"Tl: liOUl U. .5. A. foriKl.... -.b K. r*
I answer Is found -In the words: of the to overcomethe child Jitrbablt of coin. Whet Kemura L'e ks.Lllco.. , Trial .,.. ... ... d.e--ue- .... .
'ext..TThey helped every one his neigh-) paring ourselves with ,others, and taking Baron K*ipur* Is' n diplomat >
bor and every,one said to his brother .I' .wMnt_ comfort wf.cnnfrom. the ,purely Orlontal "pe, suave and on-
I'KK of good'couragf.: '. I' wish thesewerdu thought: that we are not any' worse. .rvindable.' '.In appt-rnnce he la small :
N"AM F' A D E L E ,S .S PYRS Puwa.0ola.'YOa1W.YatheCOU.wrlWYw
t.iicbt l>e placed over the doors' than- they.I bIAck."fIl! l end vlnnder. His countenance P U T : : ,
I of every cburtb, Imrf rllfedupon tbefwlis i i'u,, aRId: "What do ye wore than.rtbrrsr .
..1ft; ... j, ;
la wrinkiol HVe old parchment! (r c. rtel.i.l'' JI..eIY .n 'II' "' ''{ p.-
of every place of wov'lI! blp ,and Christianity, if it u anything ,0.fe.t.rtl.te'I/A. / ..... ,.. ." .U' ...d'U.. "" '.. ..? -.I..Jrc..1coodo.; .
.l.'ted' "* a watchword for every new fct all. U sotufMiiiug extra, It dues .his Jaw pointed: and firmly, set and ,
charitable organization l What iKchotigd not say; that tbe ol l rellglons'araalto bin moustache black scanty, aM. NEEDLES ALL SCWIHC MA*<
; AFTER THE WEDDING."Whogave ,,&., a .....
world this would be If the aeuEttinent gether wrong.:'. Ace It says that .they; stiff. Ills bristly hair Is streaked "* Li4.I-
'oC tLI is text stuwild go Into effect are Inmlentiate" Christ came to fulfil. with gray.. .He. 'Is.! well versed In din- the bride ."a,' I SHUTTLES\\FO.,. L o i ,

Clo-morrow morning. The words sua- not to destroy., The bruised reed He lomatlo usages. and; especially with "Her' little broTheL'He stood up REPAIRS ':"Tul... .. e t'
[Best to us two ways by while-we may dON not'br.ak. the.:irooklng flax; He roundabout diplomacy right'la"the:middle of the ceremony j
administer the'sacrament of iervlce. -doe*' not uencb.. Tbe first He seek. the, effective and relied: "Hurrah. Fanny; 7OU'. ''. o. '..'
Humanity 'In constant need of help.ofl111' .to bind vp. that It mar become just as characteristic of the Rlltal.oa.-p.w. I'ot. him at' tutt. ."". .1 .!Es=ThOmp Q oa'sEre Wat8r
The circle of strong possible tbe He York world. .
and miefortune at ; second: fans ._ 'd ...L _', ' I
I. an the while changing.. but It,.never Into a flame. Christ all meat T.
happens 10 bl' empty.. Iu PltO Of the "Ton! are My, disciples Indeed, when. '
fact that 'we are rich- fovH'trr unit you become all that God Intended you '

are ..1\.101\ hL.tlmu of plentT there are to be. Do not remalirlu the lowlaixlsv
_children in every. city |III need of breall.. Do,not be,contented ;'with a'commor.' Plantation I Chill Cure is Guaranteed 'i

and elderly People. In need ot support,< plac.lifl.'' Come upon tbwmonut wtiMe. : !

and C'ODlrort, It |, tut,4\.gr e.. to>> be ; lice the ''separated life. ,Be leniM.thing .
-pool_efto be sick if "wej! ,.t done all. ,xtrtl. ..orthwflterl\ CUrls-.ii:
in our power .tQ dries away%he wolf :Advocatsa -+ _
1 Price 60c
refunded byy6uVmrohbrjtd\hyriottrVltV ;
j To cure, or money ..

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-w_ :;i; Tta .Advantages' s' *' to obtata, a ullcl'nL''edueatloo't.o r .' .' ismmmwmtmnimmmmtimmmmmmmmmm' ' "!' '; mmg-"!' t ** I

able a man or. woman to appeal" all

I '" of Education.tipoecivof . antageously. upon' of GROCERY CO. l.i SUNNY} SOUTH LIYBRYSTAfflA.
musbe ,t WATERS &
public 1Ie..t.heh' youth ; sp< i | > % I i
j within the.; wall* of. ,Some classical .

C.fE.. rraakli. e..'.. B, emlnarv of learning that they. may :3IMAPES
= ,'FOR .
their uuder the banner AGENTS '
commence career .
(:: P. 1.'f:;! Formal .Opealngoff of a collegiate diploma and wl\h | Livery! j . 1.Sale.

OcoIi High School.' it win the first round In the ladder o( FERTILIZERS; ;
fame That a refined claU.leal education ?>

; ''We can conceit*: of no spectacle l Is desirable all.wlft admit. but 1. r .., ." ,-T-u_ I /
:; W11
-. ; Vietter' calculated to lead the mind 4.0. that. it 1 I* indenpenslbly necessary dos :::: i t L' : = Stabie4/.l

serious reflection;) than. that of an not follow. H. who has been locator, 1= Highest Grade-Bet. Crops--Largest; 'Retu riis .. .. \
'b. lontt ,
aped per oo, who s spent a rated from his childhood to his( ma- .

I life, and who, when Btandioff near the ority'wlthla* olroacnfereiuef .-lill: -- Perfect Safely in Their Use, S .: ,J. W. MIUtER. PROPRIETOR 1
6 end OfHf ', journey look duwn the l>ls achool and boarding room, :. if'' .. .1.,
I. long vista:'ot hi yean only to recall. thoughhe may'have mastered aU) tije- MW ,_ .- -- '.---. M.-.1 ii lia ii"I_ '" *' ' r"i'i' rrrn !i ';::; I . \ \ OIL cOMFflNX.\ :

---- opportunities' ulllmpt'o" d. Now lhat classics is destitute! of that. knowledge :: fur lrcuJars' sini Acid SS ., flGENTS TflNDflRD

It is all too late, be can plainly nee ot men and things Indispensably uc- E Send wlng danger ol,_ = .

where be passed! by ..n.heedless! haste! ..A..iarQ; to enable him to- act with visor = !Materials on our light, sandy soils, arid how great ::3: i Broadway, Opposite Postofflce.; i *'* t di
the of life" to pursuit ui aoddl p i-e'il.her-l: In publlc''orprl.1Vllte I .. S
-v- real' ems &t. made farmers last throughout -::
the glittering jliujama of pleasure, but life. Let. boys and girls be taught E: -iosses. were \ by, year. 1e 1tnriiee.: : :3FloridLsu: i J JC.
to.l :
when like the apples of Is them the State. : T ,
1 which gained ttrst what necessary to prepare I 1 = 3 I!I: . I:
Sodom, turned to aahes. In hi* very for the common duties.of life then all ; : ; c ,.

.frr us p. What a dIJrel'ent.uourllewCJllld(:: that can be gained from-fleld of clas' I 1 rmmumimmmiumuiiummmuiiumuiuiiumimuuiiKHas" ( : 'Jh. ne--i.O' ..11; 1 d a' ; -.. : :

( he pursue ,would time but tunback- sic lore or works of pollte.crudltt.. n- i :

ward In blr flbtaudb I bit allowed is of the utmost, value In this enlightened '. .- .. -- ...................,,;........................................................................."' ."' ....... ........................... ........ .:
to commence anew to. weave the age ignorance a voluntary i ...
'tangled web of life." ,Hut this Is misfortune, for all who will, may. Stood The Testlv25 Years -

_ not vouchsafed blm. Regrets are use drink daeply at.. the. fountain of Know 'i( -- -" """"' :

less, save when they' awaken in the edge.; Learn thoroughly what' ; you 3 : v

-- minds of youth a wish" to avoid errors learn be, it ever ;no little and you $ N..C. BUYAlt Secretary.O .. !
_ _ and a desire to gather/; only the true may apeak of It with confidence, A Grove's'Tasteless $ A. CARSON, Prealdeail. I. !

jewels, of'' lire.", :%" Few well 'defined facts.and ideas are S _ _ '? ,T31:: :::E: _ _ _ _,. ,:.
Now to you teachers to 'whom we worth a wbole library of uncertain j (

are entrusting: the educating of our knowledge.- We are frequently placedIn .;5 ,1- ,,: [

,. children and ,preparing them wente" a position where.we,.can-learn With Chill Tonic
Into tie great .rug1es-ofhLfe' yoars scarcely an effort on our part... and WatersCarson.Grocery' Co.w..o..I. '<>-

is a' very responsible position. . re yet we bang back because it lakes so <<>

quiring patience,, fortitude, firpmeas, long to acquire a mastery' of anything. : ., ._-. > :;
.and an absolute control of the pupl Let th'o end alone belCln attbe beginning No-Cure-No-PaY 5O cents. --- sad ! .)

,., while under your care and strint discipline and though after all It proves 4 _. C :
-- - ,
In your 'school.- Therw cannot but a' mere smatterlpg.: You are informed -- ' G.RO'CERI.ES: : ;:: J
Itutne the. lyscktrnOIellg'd that they efi lied Ibo* .m. Administrator's Notice. : >
be a grander to engross on one point more, and your l <
lh" ruln'lWitness
attention of alL classes than that subject life will be happier for making the for tho uoa mv and hand purpoa-e and ofltclnl ...,,1 at KKMmmee All |1'1' .n* holding .claim or demand upon l
which bas do with the for..anld. thin the eatntuof Rlla) .. ilwcaned. will t.rtcapnt .
: to training ffort. J3y gaining, education you hi the "o"tl and tate ThoniKif .. I < "
intellect.Ttiecuject'. the rich IMlb day of Septemt.r.'*. n. II"\ nme to m." for payment prop'Hy * [
of the shall have reward in I'
1 your rfl the
T.I.. !II
',' '' L>adunatlon! is fraught stores of knowledge you have thus lu..1 . Publlo.Hialeof )Florid. came wi I be {ureter. barred and K I neraona In- --=: -- ;
with adeep interest xo allwho have ajust collected 'and which shall'never be At Mr coinmUMon c"iiln-s. June IV, l'.K/7.\ il<-bt...l to aald 1 ....t le. Mill make. Iniiuediatenettlemeiit . '

," appreciation of 'its merits. It your command more. valuable than Slate of Forlda.' ( with the un.leraliinefl I W, MIIjLtKR II A Y |, celebrated Fertilizers I CRATESG1LA1N' :

should be of interest to all within the Material treasures. While fleets may fonnty: of OHceolai aaneforv A(1mtnliitriii the Eiate .of Tbomiui 811 us, i
: pale of civilisation, inasmuch as the sink, storehouses consume and riche m.., the un Bi-ach, A K l loeaan and .. ;
happiness of all classes is connected fade t.*>e intellectual stores you have I p,aid-eared A, Vans Agnew U A who upon, oath say: Thatthey ------- Circular, .a4 Prlcea ...
with the subject of education. Education thus will be and aHbiwibvrii, the lon-KuhiK Inlrn- NOTICE. .
gathered permanent are the to : Fersiskad oa Application.
_ : and that It In mutinied. ny them In H'""' --i: :; 'I :. ?1T
: development. It is not simply enduring a* unfailing. the. Constantflow me"t, an.l the For Sale: The fwrnth Half of the South W_tUuHrt4 .
instruction fac 8..nd rules comnrun of Niagara. A bank whose dividend -. faIth Ki fimetnipt.line mentioned maintain therwln operate. > .nrt II". No.lhto..t
Cated by the teacher but it is discipline are perpetual,' whose wealth la telephone .41. A. HK AC.I t south Wait (.Jtutrta.r In m-ction. Fourtecn. ((141.Tmv..ldll ,,,,
> \ \, Mouth of Han *
F a waking up, a. development of undiminished, however frequent the PAY A K. UONHUAX..SHAOVKW:, KHH! ., cnntnlnintcc<>r llnB t
latent powers.. a growth of Jhe mind, drafts upon-it.; how wise then to secure SworD to and auharrlbed Ix-fura ui" thin lath U..U..I Ht.t*M unrvey in thn HtAt. of Fli,>ri.lB.nn ,
It finds the child mind passive, h complete! and 150.' (> Hunilrml and Twt-nty 11 1201:! acrw. more rl <
1, a. far a. possible a day of 8elwmbjo.. A. I O. ,. ol.I Xmnty. Florida the
trains. .it to think independently. education. ''rEALJ V. M MIRMIV( w I':1bnla.'d: : Hituntml i thoiiljolitihnl : ,
Lasting '
awakens Its powers to observe to reflect Now to you the student of Onoeola' My Oommlaalon Notary explr.a Public.Julio l'oil.01, I'M'"' t. orld,. MB me Institution on known wan an th. l"Io.hl.AKr".Qltv..1 i Couc.: rY' :Z: =='ro. uce a., Spec Valtsr.-.
... ., to combine; it. alms to biln Into High School will you take hold of Inntitut toKHh with all the,- .
iirivili-ttwi and appurtvnam-eM thronnto. "I>I Ttaiiiinit .
action all the of The .
harmonious powers : the opportunities before you. and Ixloigirtirly -- %% % "" "%%""
the. mind not. as some suppose, a cultivation State of Florida has been most liberal Notice of Tax Levy. .....t..r of tin- Htabt Donrrl of Btlucation, ; . Ca j

of a few to the. neglect of all In advancing the cause of education tn aocordnnoe with Section J,Chanter 4W4,of 8xpt4iulM W. M. HOUXiWAT.H :' -- -- ...,
J the'rest. and it In the of all its youthto the l.we..1 the Meal, put power that. It In the intention th. Town ..T.tary and Htat' -. [8upi-rintvnd of PublicInstruction. J : t C t
by BlTi-n
Education should have reference to hast practical. education jt.
4 a Couiw-U of tll. Town of KiK>ii>in>"" City to ,
.- the. whole man-the body, the mind wfthou cost. Those of us who are make.the follow'ing iiiillugv for 1UU>. I .. 91H'I'U"-- ,.
and the beart. Its. object and when conducting: the affairs of the slate and Mil. .!,.. -- .

V rightly conducted. Its effect, Is to are now growing old bad not the advantages (tonprnl R4>v..OVft.. ., .JJSHtnwt 1 a-T. MAYNARD LUMBER, .Co.
\ make him complete creature of his that. have before fHin-l -----j j'f
a you kb l. ':ro his frame it would glvo you. We will oon leave our places $enhteryi"un'i. , ,. J 1

vigor activity and beauty; to bis and you will have to take them up BuiMinit Pupil ... .... :HBnml "
.... .
heart and, virtue acurateness.. ; ,to biB senses The educatedman correctness to and grasp I would situation.most earnestly. Vqke urge the very you inking Int.'rtwt und ...... .. --2 gS -*''f i iI ii | Saw and -Planing' Mills ,.i

Is. not.* the gladiator aor the. most out. of I ho opportunities. before Total . . .. .. . 14 .

". scholar, nor the. uptight man alone you. You are aware- Jl the fact. that Raid action to bo, taken at a mnctlng to h.. : Noin oi>eratlon. Complete house Illlla Furlll h..d. :

but a well balanced combination of the Alder element of bur State had not h tob....kl,.at. A.thn D.Oonncll 141t16at7lIlP.Hull: on m.tho IHth. ..(lay- of Oi p Yellow and 'Itch Pine Tfmber and Lumber of all Klntli. .. i!,

the three. The well developed tree is the. means of acquiring an education., [SEAL] W. L. VAN DUZOK.
-'- not. one simply well rootednor\ with You will find grownup men and of OounvllAttwt ,ORCERS:: : : : FJLLED: : : : ::ERO:: JI'L-r: : I. l

giant brunches, .nor resplendent. with women and In many instances large .1.;R.OILBBRT TRClxrk I ,
4 rich foll"Re,'bUIj "AtP' these together families pf the older native citizens:: ofthu Town ot KIwIItnW'e. .) Cit3. MAYNARD LUMBER Co. :!
'. If you mark the perfect. man, you mus who can neither. read'nor write. Now .

"4, not. look for him In the gymnasium this should be an incentive for you togo For Tax
'L the university or the church exclusively forward and take. bold of opportunities Notice of' Application

but you look for the healthful before yrru and prepare yourselvesto Deed Under Section 8 ol i i iI .

.mind in the healthful body, with a rir become good and true citizens of Chapter 488*1, Laws of .
turous heart.' The being in whom you the greatest, and best State In.the union .

-'is find this union" .Is the only-one worthy ., Florid
- iMAX
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,- to be called educated.! 4 Notice t.l hereby given tha Mr*. Liila E. Hlckatinn i
,.*. Education strictly sneaking, cover) +++ M+MM'IM! l"M"M"H"l"HLEGAL -+ .haaer of TK certificate: No. 27H, dated thoMb R.MUGG'E,5 j'
ed certificate I E .
aald ;
baa fl
day of April. A D. 11It1.
,thewbole area of lite III. *Ie the word ADVERTISEMENTS t .. ui mf.offioe., and has made application ..
_ _ which means alt& that God asks of us; l' 1. for tan deed to l.*ue lu ace..rdknce with law. A
r all we owe the world or ourselves. 1expresses" ; Hald eertlncate, ..m"racea the following dierlbed ** A
+**** *4fc*.<'"f"M"l-r, +*H-+:fo-r-M-+ ixoperty-r situated -lu Klwlmmee Ofoeola AUSCHWITZ. .
tbe sum" 1OLa l""ot' human ALES.W-iNESBRPNDIES
-wlt e '
nountv. florid : -
,duty. nor'14 confined to the present. Notice of Intention to Apply NcH" 'lot 7,block. 7,Bo Flu KK survey of Kl- .WATCHVAKBf* AND J *W.LEA.MIIMMC8It. 0', .. 0
-, period of life. For aught we know -- simmer (Ity . I."' '' 10... V.O'.D.. .!
education be continued in heaven : for Letters Patent. .' The said land being assessed atjhe date of WHISK'IES" psossj.I.1J.Ij-
may ; L' sen L
.' the iMuanccol such.ceninoate' In the name of Repair on Watchen clock and '
"Reason"may continue to widen Its Notlc' I is brrt'br'flYen lhatth underpinned Unknown '" Carefully and Promptly (!.. ..J-i! ,
_ _ _ powers and deepen its sanctities. there. will apply* to I..e itovernof of the, $\ 01'' Cnleu laid certificate. shall be redeemed graying neatly duo. 4E E
The affections. I Florida. he Ktrd! day ai cording to law, tax .1 may KI'W beauty Florida at TsIIaha'e on on th' IKth day of 6ctober.: A. l>. 1Wltneaa f' "" "V CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
ul<>cU>ber.; A. U 100.10' LeILer..PaLen. moor .
andjterror through Innumerable ages and Real .this thi-
i official aig-atnre
_ _ my
'tninoTtoay' expand. intensely through. PANY'''u'e'rh'; :following propoud barter tai* day of September. A. D, 111I1.1 -

,' ? n etAlralt! )'. the origin of which U now oa lila In the ottUs {1 f'clorVlOarolaeointyf| Court'E.r>*.ceola L.County L"SLICY.Circuit Florida.. REAL APPETIZERS S s .
I Education a work of 'i It of thJecreUrj of Bute of .. "KUto. W.flHAHLVtEljL .
progress, BT. D.JO.Notice ] .
WiIu..a o (unmet Ulla 18ih Wa j of __ _ -,- Beer
1; begins'lat*,.. buthas ,,00 end;-death -AD.Ieu5.. T ..-. :' A nheuser-B'us.Ch A
Zt1 does not terminate! it, we. learn the O. A. BEACH of Application; ; ; (f.Qr Tax:
elements of thing .below; above A.K.DON5(1At.: : . Hln ON DRAUGHT AND 'BOTTLED
4 ,, ..,.i1I.Lud, their essence, Wtrprogleas I \ '1'. ARYANS AUNKW. Deed Under Section of L L :

only by.efforts', whatever, expands the 'J .Chapter 4888: Laws x '.\

t affration orenlarges l the sphere of our PROPOSED,- CHARTER OF --OSCEOLA TELK- of Florida.Kottn1t o Can only be found In Kissimmee on Broadway' 0 '
-* .sympathies)\ whatever makes us feel! "." I Street it the BRICK BAR BUILDING.
.. our relation to the. universe, to the -"Th.underalicned hereby aiuo<.la14 th.mielTea. I th.t II' 51. Pfaon and 0 0 \!,
tothur fur the ol IwcomioK incorpo.Pti.d of Tan CertiflcaMt'itoa I
r ,great and. beoeflcal cause.ot; all must purpoia Oeo 1 Sln li tary. purrba.rrs
and forninff acor', ratton onaeraiid by : B S,* Cud 4l, dated the (ih-<1,.r .
: 'unquestionably refine ;ourpat.ure and virtue of the Laws ol the CUM of rijrMatiaderthtt of June A D. IWi and flth' \; 0 elevate us In the seal of being. .Education lullowlblVtopo.ed CharterArtlrle baa fllt said I. The niun of he .hall Issue 4n ..,. IlL
i1 is ot thee parts; from nature; corporation \ application for tax deed to .
,, be the "OflrEOLA Ttl-KI'llONE: !: : t.OMPANV cortisone with law H.M" renlncatea'embrace: -- '
a- fJ'QmDan., and from things. The doIt and lla buBlDeai ahall ba ooiKluct d la the tho ollowlnr dpaorlbed urouertT situated .In /
velopment of vOI'f.u1tlel, orgADSIf Towool'; the County ot no'ola ;;; ; Florida;.cr..ILI.| OOOOOOOOOOGOQO c-
educationQf. 'nature.-:" That'of and,btat- ..Pta.rtdabutlimay otabilKb CertincMeOlK.\ awl of .w><8eeRlr Tp Ifte R twa .
offlcen' nd agencies at other. piuoe. within I the 211e.Certtftoate4! H. beaK cha m f... Cor aeo, "- --.--. = '"
man U the application .we learn to 8Ute of rtorKlH. ran w to point of 'Intersection of line. of see ,
wake of .er1"de'l'elopIDIt: Anlole II, Tb. general nature of the buit- Ot ...
and that and Rr r of way, then northea-terlv on Rr rt w ,
Of things is the experience we acquire 0.... to h. iraniiaoied toy the sate corporaiioii to a point ueuof then to beg lu seeN! ). . 'f;'
.. !. bull be to oonitrnot nod.operate a Telephone Tv 2'.e: R *..e. .* ,
.. regard to different objecu by whlctwe and Telegraph line'to length about .li- The. said land being aa.eed at the date) of 'an.'iiiT
aro,affected.' "The power of education "'.0' mile* from KlMliu 10 said < of Uiceola with .....b To look Safe
Is shown la that it bath power to S0 ouiily UnknownItnlera. at our line of Table
tr children branch)in.. and! may be required( forthe said, pertlficate. shall be redeemed aoovrdlng .
Sriv resources that will iraniaotlon It.'buufnwi. and K."..ralh' to law, tax deed will taaue thereon on delicacies make you'wish to taste ,
endure as long a. life endures, bablt to .".rcl.*eueh power a. may be Inotdeut to the vth day of October. A. O. IMOft.M ,
that time will meliorate! but. not detroy the buatnvae tot iiaid corporation.under the laws "' ... mr ofHi.lal. algnature sickness of the State of Florida. (sIai..l] fitbdayof Ueptemher A l>, 1WI6
; In that It. readers tol t
Article III Tim amount of the capital clock E. L. LPH.RY.:! TONGUETICKLERS I
-- ----
erabieaoUtudepleaaanagveaei;; of acid eorpol' Llo -.b"lI btj Tw..i.lyflveHundred PClerk tlorlda. ..
Circuit Court Oncooln CoiintT.
_ _ 0011......,.ilrlded Into 'Iftr.b"re"'b ofLh.par IMRWEf.L I ;
I able, life more dignified and useful BvW 8 D O are not scarce here every articlein
value of Fifty Dollar, awl ahall be BALLARDSItOREHOUND I
and death less terrible. It la -- - -- -
.an ac- palif In followi; Blunt Hundred Dollar I lu
,cepted .fact that light has 'no color, I ouch, and the balance" to rem&tn In the treasury Citation of Administration.I our stock of Groceries can lay ,.
.j *; fordlapuaal I in such manner aa the director
water no taste ahd limo Oder. -So
may herearterdoulgosto.. . JUDOS'. claim to thertltle. Our assortment : i
knowledge sbpuld equally pure and CouNTy COCRT |
Article I IV. The term for which said torporaMooaball .I
,' 1 without admixture. "It. I. not. what a eats .bail be for the term of One Oncioi: A COUNTY Fk ( of ;
Hundred By lb. COUIILI'.Ju't1. of said Vounty! : \
? man eats, bua'wbar be dlirests that ream. Whereas, Lowell Price Carmichael has applied .
,,* I Article V. The. -bu.I I... of sell. oorioration STAPLE
.. makes him strong. ; not.' what be gains shxll be conducted by the following officer: aPr totbla CCOJI.\fo. Letter*of Admlulntratlon
'but what' Le. saveathaV makes him .,nl4nt., rice Prealdent Treaauror, HeoretAry of on said the Keats of of elaon Oaceola Russell, deceased, late AT'ID 'FANCY GROCERIES 'l
ro rich. So' it. ip that; he reads or and a Board of Five Director, and .1I<'b other These County are, therefor, to cite. and admonish all

"-, --hear ,-'but what. he remembers and ap- officer vt by u..lromlme b.1Jo.NI ofTJlrefttorrTiie to time be dermeil tiecennary ...- LIIDd.lotrul4r.I! !!. red and tiredUura. of satedeceased consists.. entirely of. high class
''prib. Lhatmalee.hlm learned. He who of Treasurer and Secretary be held by thecams' lobe and appear b ''blirCUUl'r, ;---- '
The may on or before the 80th.daypf. Seotemlier, A. 1'. goods, TJothihar: of !inferior qualify SYRUP
number of the Board of
knows men and bow to deal with them, person 11105 and Ale objertlona. If any therbave.the
whose JMroetore may be changed at any time. .io..I'I. otherw(.. Ibe is permitted to ente'r 'our store If
tmlnd'by aby means,,whatever' ,. The tflrast4)ruh.ll be elected serve lor the granting letters a* ,
baa: *teceived.1haL, .discipline which, te.olol the same will be grjanted aa prayedWitness w i
.? one year by atocknolders at an elm.lion name aa County Judge of the you will leave-us an order we will
: b to its action' power and facility 'to be held on the first Monday Irr: bepember ( County my this lath day of Angntit, 1VUOlai.
aforesaid (
gives educated.: We cannot be too of the each Director year,and the olHoera anal after I be elected .| W. &. JOHNSTON: fill it to your entire satisfactionand i
by the
,, immediately' ee-
careful to have out/education prpoeed tlon I of the Director by the aloekholder: TheIilrector _Cuouty Jaiig CONSUMPTION BRONcmTI5
that we' : ,
VANS! AONKW....,. prove indulge
in the right direction. Ids almost as utah have, 41,11.ow.r to adoptByL SORE 1'HROAT' 'HOARSENESS
wf 'or" blt control\or saId oorporatlou Itollotorfor 1'etUloner.,.,-. l" ono43Notice ; .
In wprds'
t.-cUftlcuh, t to make a maD'uDlearD his and thereafter at any* time to. amend alter' -- ,empty < LOSS OF VOICE. LOuSENS THE PHL..CH AND EASES
t" errors M to acquire his knowledge I I modify or rescind.the By-Law.. The ...ame.of of Final Settlement and. EXPECTORATION
:' : A right conception of the value and the officer who.. to conduct the buatne of The W. B. MAKINSON Co BEAU THE' LUHGS.

power of wisdom Is a,.great. f Incentive. Said elw-tlon corporation( shall be until qualified those an eleotrd aa the flrnt-Q.A Application Discharge.. II. D. HO9AN.! MANA4EPAbscess.\ EAdijrsed by leading physicianS aa the'BEST remedy for

11 in stimulating; to proceed in the Beaobc-rwldent; C. W. WII"' vtce-Preal- Notice Ie hereby frlvfrn that the node..IIrIIA4. .....t--_ ___ < Children Croup
\. work educaHnjr".ouraelres.;. it is dent k.,A:, Vans Agnew Secretary and Treaanreriaud aa Administrator of the entateo. .of B. U.I.nlor.dennuwd. . I and Whooping Cough becau
knowledge .that bas converted the I ; O.A.beech, C. W Ward W..B. ,and of ManUuiler.. demwMd will ... It oont&1n..IO:: OPIATES. The action of Ballard' Horehound -.
t Maklnaon.. A. B. Uonegan and p. 1. Vaus on WedneRuny the 25th day of Ootolwr.. A. D..
4 'world froma desert abode of savage Agnew Dlrectore. 1UOB. make final: avttlnmnnt with the Oonnty ATJ8CESSES with! few exception! Syrup i 1. mild and benIgn it is adapt to Infants,as weU j

..t men,'to the. beautiful homes.,of civ Illcation Article; VI. The bl'be.t amount of Indentedneae Judge of Oaoeola County State of Florida.anadtniniMtrator are Indicative. of cobs lpatlD or debility. as adult*of every variety of temperament and constitution. .
: since then.'' Intellectual attainments : ,or liability to which the said. corporation ef Mild ""ta.nd apply to said 'I ,
can at tlme I > anbjeot Itaelf the Court for a discharge ...said administrator .
t ar* so precious and wisdom so' OI t.'lt: Ita capital tock. ''< t Tola April auth WKt It. KATZ . W, H. Harrison Cleveland; Miss., Read This RemarKable TestimoniaL
_ grand'In, -:.Its achievements, he'-who''; Anlel' VII. 'The namea and 'place of real"donee . Aa Administratey. of Bald K tatea. writes{ Aug. 15, 1902) : "I want. to saya
.; neglects tit Improve'his mental. /acuities of the aubtcrlblng Inoorporator. and the P.VAHaAonBW, . word of praise forBallardrsnow, MRS. B.-W. EVANS.'Clearwater. Ka.. writes:-.--My husband
amount at stock subacTlbed for' by each area* HoUcitor for Ad abt !tret r. I Liniment I waa sick for three months and the doctorslold
I! or fsrfls to train all his powers of follow I :' *, : stepped.on a nail which C ms he had quick conauinpUoo. -
mind and body, 1. not walking intboe I 0. A. A euh'A.h..D.' 1'torl4.1"0"1'; BhareSf. I caused the cords: I A, Van. KlMlmmee, Florida One Notice to Creditors, Legatees abscess tt cured him.'
paths that under Ood's guidance .0'Wt. .. . and an to rise 'in my HeisnwaWsilanbUtwShysk..psbW.
_ *' .conduce most surely happiness. and Share.A. E. .D- D8lfAII. Klaalmme* *:. Florida* ; 'One : 'an'd: "'Distributees.: '' I knee and the doctor told me that. 1 i ;Jha-housa, and think it has no equal for pulmonary dlsaaa.." I

_ 'content.:.'Tblav/.oAnj.De) doneby: .'.all Shares' *. .' . 'a All nenoni having olsimi ...10.' the .atat.of would have a stiff leg' so one- day I Easy.Take; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.BALLARD'S .
aT ATE or rLOEIDA I went to 1.11'. L rd's drug store (who ,
V since education J* within : the reach of ,: ? I Henry W. B. % rd.ed.I..o. OaeeolaCouaty. THalt IZL$. S5.
all, .T the most bumble; : '_ OU lT'r8CWUI I ___. Slate o/Florid*,will present theaarna is 'now in Denver.*Colo.) Be :recommended .cSTrSSLOUIS
,., ,' Before me.the under*.gned offloer; duly anthorlMd for pa1D1.0 to the u..aen1p..proptltl'att a-bottle ot Snow, Liniment, [ SNOW..LlHIHENT'' MO.
'Tbe: youth:.who believes 1C J.JmiHal'i' -
to iake Mknowledgmenu -0" ,deed I atd, wlchlo the tlme oreacrtbed""f o rthasaoi
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tnAD/ bay imbibed, the idea! that known to be lb.persons cI.acrlC ,In and ,. 'j AdmlalstratrU' of .iato. of Ueory- W.' ,BarbW.I . Sold by Thomason. A Roberaon.;._ OLD *RKCOMMKNOEO BY ,* t'wr.
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