The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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,HIGH" f.iCENSEVS.'BLINDTIGER.' '" w. c. Tr; U. !OrBS;' ''lttttt1tt'ttttt1t1t'tjtj'tttt'11'I't11"' ; ' ) ' ifmwttwmwwnmjrif" "" ; """ ?

'1 To the KetltUrfd Voters-of OwwoU Count/: To any who may 1 fear the)legality BAKERYEverything '

D Nt -FAIL! | You your will choice soon be between called the upon Saloon toomake' this election we will say that, the ad- I CITY :

1' vice of seven lawyers Is being expand: .
and theBlind The question IIi .
Tiger ed In this causeso It will be scarcely E : GOod 'to "Eat., ,
ana should
serious voter
i a one every mistake be '
for legal 'to
possible a '
1 t consider hU ballot It carefully' before he oasts made, or a point of law ,la:, regardto w Fresh Bread, Cakes and Plea Every:Day., | ,
the to fall to be investigated.It .
On the one hand+you hAve the subject ::: .
I. To see our New Line ot"-'Fut:... upon Sale of liquor legalized by the Is strongly insisted 'upon by those .
sovereign pqpple of Florida fenced in know the Queen Olives 18 and 25c, Pepper Sauce.,100. V i
who have been In position to
nij Crockery and Rouselfurnl -"; by stringent regulations limiting the Sweet Pickles. 20c 'Large Glass Jar Preserves. SO ,
ire, that 1ing
manned' in which the sale may be con real truth of the matter, expel '
= : Class tfar .,18 -
Mixed Pickle!;?5t3) Assorted'Jam.. :
ducted, .and contributing a large stym .the liquor traffldThas1 reduced tag
;.1:lngs: of money annually to the, county and atlon and has added to the valuationof E Plain Pickles, 10 and I6c Imp' Sultana'FaisinS 25c. lb., ,
city treasury. property many fold. It U amusingto \ E Horse Radish& Mustard- ISo -CaL Seeded Raisins :16<3 Ib. r1.
On the other bAnd-you will 'have hear people who think that theyhave =: Oyster Cocktail CatsuP. 20c California Seedless> R's, 20cr.
Two CARLOADS..Just -Afrived. t.hellOOl'et gale of liquor, an unlawful sense ln.thelr beads talk about town IBolb
. . trartlo that won't bring a cent into the being "dead"eo"us.\ barrooms have I-' Tomato Catsup? 15c'' .d.
treasury. ,.. been driven out of Its border. ThatIs E: Citron Orange and Lemon Peel Cinnamon; Allspace 'and'Cloves '' rr ;

.,:::....' .....'" Under the high license saloon system a tricn of the trade. Strange to say :::: Shredded' Cocoanut,. None-Such Mlnoe Moat "
Osceola county' has prospered.Our however some, others wbct are. not '
Chuh'S", people are lavv-ublding. There is financially interested.give echq to the = Fresh Peanu.ts'eyery flay.Walnuts; Brazil NutsPe-, 0
very little crUbe bot'().; 'Our jail is of. foolish assumption. We heard recently t=: :: cans, Almonds.. Largest ,Stock,Candy In town. "
Bureaus, tea empty'and our courts have but lit of person declaring that their 5 Diamond X Butter,a Pure article from pure cream, lib,pokgcs ::
", I tie Way not let- well alone town was "dead as a doornail"' because .
Rockers ""J : ,Why not go,on as we have been, ,do- tbe saloons were gone.' Even if == '
ill thl.l wore true),it would not Justify a E: :: .A.ftent R :for Steam La..undr31. :.
f Iron Beds( I The blind tiger ii a cut 10 to any resumption of 'the liquor business-- >
community. It breed: 're; contempt for Trade had \better: be dead than men.- 1111l1
Book Cases" the law., It creates "iuwlebsnesa. Ifc A'dull'.time In peace is Infinitely preferable 71&111 ll1111111111111111111111111111111111111111il11111111111iil{ ;
'Lounges, eaulesu., as much drunkenness tola Ih-elytlme In revelry and
Kitchen Safes,,. breeds just as "Due:'- crime. It doesn'tpay brawls. Vlutthe person spoke unadvlsably ". t
a son. of taxation. It only bent. with his' lip.. Money spent 01 .. a
Sideboards. fits the keeper Of the speak easy The For liquor cannot be spent for shoes .. ... f ." '
profits of the'Blind Tiger Are much and slothing and groceries and.books, '
greater than the profits of the Su.oon. Therefore the liquor business necessarily .*.
The Saloon pays a high license and draws from every pther .line, of .
L And inflict.. has to sell;good meet lawful business. To shut up the saloons Is BankotKissimmeer:
: : . coiDpotltlon.. The Blind Tiger, 'Hells to turn the liquor trade Into other State ]( :
,. H '. '1- (noun whiskey\ and saves the license. channels, which will help,'.rather than: ,
Under the High Llceolle'. stem only hurt, the general traffic,of the town.1If ... l' &, m <-
1; { COmPLETE IE.DON'T a manor( !good character and reputation it be argued( that the "blind tigers"/ -
al .
': 1 can sell Ilquoiv ",Under: th.p\ Blind sell more liquor than-the open saloons i'
the eat.,mau la' the this talk, ..about l
Tiger curse meal then we answer that !
county can ruin your boys with ,lOt.. depleted business must be a mere beatIng Offers to Customers Every'racilityConsistent : '*

gut Uquo.. 'of tin pans to make a noiso. with Sound Maimgcmciit. '
"As ye sow ao shall ye reap!" Sow Both claims of the "wets" cannot be ,-., .........
YOU NEED A NEW STOVE 1? a dry %>te and reap the Blind TIJfor. true._ If business li hurt: .then, the I ..... 'e
This Lae been the experience of every town must be' comparatively .clryl; if Personal. Attention" to.All Business. Intrmted, 'ta JDs'i:, j 0 '
so-called'Dry" county in South the town is wetter than ever, then business . :, 4
Florida. Orange county tried li till must be better than even.. But ,- ,
Come and seethe !the good"peo pie of that county 1 .rose 1 a anybody who will,sit down and, think ,', N. .1 B. 'CARSON. '' :
1t their wrath_and snored the' Blind TJgrer three minutes can see clearly that the .. . dABHiEtia'P,1: : '.
_ i improved: under-wttb\. their "Wet1.1 -ne: .*.- dryer' a town I cast, the white mantle of High nso volume of business,.'for thesiinplerea-\ '
and of the Lawful ? Salpqo the the son that the enormous earnings of the ,. _'"-t : t t.I.

: Iron King . : 'j .; black corruption of the'lJHnd: Lellol saloons will be turned into.,legitimate --.- -- - . .- ." _, ._ -. ....... -.. ".....'to .
1AI Many of the so-called "Drv" counties channels: of,trade:,.,. ., I
: are kept J.'Dry" because the BlindTigers { +++++M11-I ->.>l'++-Hftt1. f HH..H./' f *>*1... ;
; new paiern; -or-a. .. : unite with the churches a -"io'tUljh Ma...'. Liquor. Sales. ;' ( *. ,, ',-
License and !the lawful ,,sao! of F. THd' f' ,
: handsome Steel tE't1. liquor. The'good church people /and The daily paper'al'e going through .
.$, :. the !good temperaroe people are blind their annual parade of the amount of
: Range ',1Ji :y. r to the Blind Tiger:\ and thus 'Ve seethe liquor sold by the state agencies of Klssim1tt; Ice Coahpari 'a ;,
strange of the churches demonstrate the;"failure of
and the Blind Tigers walking hand in rrohlbitlon ID that.state. .
: Our Crockery Glassware Lamps hand to the polls. But the good people Those state agencies,established Is Now'''Ready for'Business.Wfi .:, 4' ,4. ...
of Orange county bad their eyes be selling of liquor medicinal purposes
Shades opened They were not blinded by ,"have sold during the 'last year TAKBrTMlS> '' Mh HOD OF' OIRMINO' TttP\ > a : .
i Rugs, ''Mattings and Wir iow the glamour of the Blind Tiger more than 11,000 gallons, or to let the ; )JIN ? \
\ Don't allow yourself be deceived p
are BEAUTIES. .j- with the ides that voting Osoeola"Dry" magnitude, llUft3 gallons of Intoxicating : manufacturing a superior quality of t Ida and solicit their'patronage' ; .
: Is It ,of the'etly
going to stop drinking. \ liquors. But our. friends ,
I w11cxt inspect- will simply aggravate the evil, as U \ press,with an oversight .whichIs for,the same. At'a larie' eipen." we have\ equipped.' our'plant; ) I I"with'.the ,
it did In Orange County. marvelous in view >of th lr"'' visual ,' belt machinery that ,.monoy tabid buy and are' ''highly'' i
0HARDWARE Furnitureask They say, this is solely a moral carefulness and accuracy In cases pleased with the results of the trial that 'has beeh this,;; 'y
; out
ing question., The people, of Florida! where the question u IrxVolved, week. We are profoundly grateful for, the encouragcmenVsb; rF
through/ their legulatures and governprs have failed to call attention to the factthat
: to seethe, new settled\ that question! a long time !the state of,Maine has a population given us and shall endeavor to merit,a,continuarice.-of 'your :goodwill ,
ago,' when they legalized. the sale of according to the census of 15)00, and patronage By straight dealingf-downweightandfirst-class ,
Ylilill6 Automatic DxoprRorti ; liquor. To call liquor selling Immoral of 694,400 people. So that, the amountof goods': Tickets after to-morrow I,and,, our. prices' Trill'' be .
in Florida Is anHniult to the intelligence i liquor thus sold would provide seven Free d l or> that of Mr.,,iJ.
satisfactory : veryJyI01lr, own wagon .
1TACK Head:: e'Ying.M and character the great teen-thousandths of a gallon' for ,
: people of Florida to the various legislatures each cltlr.en of the state. or aboutonethird M.; Gardner,,who will handle our product. "
which have} legalised the I for each inhabItant *.. '.'V "V".u....; 4 .+'
SA chine something': of a gill of grog . \ 'J", :o: <
b L Z ;, sale of liquor, and to the various governors of the Pine Tree.State for whole; . "" ....,..... -. ; .N ;:,D, 'W/80MMSM.dttI. ;, tj'",
who have the salef '
approved . '
I. Li new .and' :convenient ' :)lq.uounder the high license sys y Inasmuch/ as the average annual con PHONE. 101 ? Manap.. \ ,." '.,., ;

'i aboutIf tern Would and such men' as Governors sumption of' liquors in the United Hrr-MrM"1-+:H-l'l' I:(...+. +++4 1;*< <'H" *41 tif. +*! *+*+ +&*"
aiid at Perry, Bloiham: and Fleming, States at large has not fallen below 10 .
I and Mitchelland. Jennings, deliberately gallons per the last ten yearsor o '-.,' . - ';, .
U half the ofpeddler's encourage Immorality?'. almost thousand-times Maine's r.
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No! This question is primarily a record, the figures 'over which out '

goods. license business system question.! Kissimmee'the buildingup high highly friends are significant making so much the parade beneficial are r=CHANGE Ir'(BUSINESS;. N ;IN\ FIRM: :9: .
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and constantly improving. ''Busi results.of the policy Prohibition, '1' w' *'Vt '' ,
ness .Is good Sand prospects are still '
ARE YOU GOING 10 BUILD A HOUSE? better. We have strong churches and Disastrous. '' Wrecks.'v', : s'GRAVES'' &' GRAVEuoo '
schools. We have-!rooo government;: Carelessess la responsible for ...
Our taxes reasonably low. Our many '
:. I criminal courts have but little to.'do. railway wreck and the sarne-oaue. , TO ; ,

"' ---.If' so/get: our prices onSash, Doors ; j jJ We'are a quiet law-abiding commun ire making human human wrecksof THEW.; B- MAKINSQN'.co.lJS, '.. ;
ity. If the saloons are such a terrible sufferers' t from 'Ihroatj: ..and .... "- _
J Nails arid Paint. A Carlbad just in. evil, hurt-U-lt-that--wohave.prospered? Lungtrouble. Bug sine thafldvenit Ag'f&I ';tr*''
How Is It that our business Interestsare '
Ke ; 'g .a'
New, Haviug purchased ,the,Hardware business.of ( W
t: s.o satisfactory ,i : -tIf of Dr.; King's Discovery for Consumption
( you close the;Saloon, and Open Coughs, and'' Colds,' "even klnson Co..we take this..method of informing ,.the public pf UMtfCi

< the Blind Tiger you will drive a.largepart the worst cases caw be cured, aid bope.le.tellgn..t.lolJ fact and'of soliciting the. same liberal .patronage: that, has .. ,,
of your trade value to Orlando. You U no longer necessary given our predecessor. Our motto'will' be a full, and will lower the of of
every piece ef .at live let live! Our
property in'-Kissimmee.' You' will ,< vMrs.LolsCraggot Dorchester, line goods offered and .prices .to.nk.r!'--
Increase the taxes on every piece of Mus.,'II one ofmany whose l fe was ,embrace Hardware Builder's Supplies--Sash, Doors. Bumtat; '
in the You 'wont Paints Oils. Putty. Class, property county. saved'by,Dr. King' New Discovery.This , Ammunition Spotting Ooe4
kill the town,"because Kls.lmmeecan't of all kinds;towbich.we will add Furniture and; House, Furnish':
great remedy .is 'guaranteed for
be killed but you'll certainly "
Injure the outright best business. Interests 'of Throat and Lung diseases'by Osceola logs within the nexhnonth.. .We will be pleased to: have'your:., i!

'ii't.' the town. Pharmacy Price roc,'and SLOO.,; 'Trial. trade and will endeavor to-merit it'by fair- -dealing. ., ,courteous j .., '1
T. M."MuBPRY. bottles ire . .' ' I treatment and reasonable: prices, :
'Sec'y. High License League.A >__-. _ .. . ., .-. ,
Medal Contest. > -.p.

Rttuawsiy Bicycle.. The V W>/C'T.' ,U.. wlU'bave'a. AT THE MAKINSON BUILDINiGlvwwv. : :r:

; Terminated with an: ugly out on the ."Medal Contest'1, at. the Opera'House -- w w'*.. 1 ,
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on _'Friday evening, Nov. X7tbat7:30
leg of J. H.Orner.lI'raakUnGrove"Ill. vARMOUR
-4 ._. It developed a'stubborn ulcer'unyielding : o'clock, at which an'adml.ISonfee ,
to doctors and remedies' 'for four of lOo will be charged.; Every one

cured years 'Then It's Just Bucklen's aa good Arnica for-Burn Salve, I cordially The following Invited!program to be present will be rendered . &i! jCtiS. SPECIAL. ;?!

Store .
InOur New Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 26o : ;" SItecitatloa.Miss '"4. .
at Osceola Pharmacy.t'oirOppol1aaitY.. .I .. 1< tic _
Maud Ootwalles.Recltatlpn .- "
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;: $'4 That Pine; polished '' : toba;. --Good. *";" :Miss Ivy Clough; 1,500 ,LBS., ,BONE. 'FLOIJJJ Dd' O.L S. :$ G. POTASH; .: ;;
.. ',\ :Onk'Suit of Furni; The Thornwell Orphanage locatedIn ] ", t,Recitation.-Mrs.,Justin'Warln i iRecitation. :

Clint,nv South Carolina:; It Is toe .-Miss Nellie ..Wetherby.Recitation. . Mixed dad Snckcli In 1ootiPogndsitcks: : :, & '
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$60,9O.\ property of the whole Southern Presbyterian .-Miss Marilbuise Malt in .

\ .J ': ; church. ," on,, :* S i
>lt cared last :year for --216 orphans, necita, on.-Mi.. Jesna Gardner..... : .rie/and' f
time PeacK
: ( with 28 teachers and officials la charge. Now is the to Feed ydur Or ) 'trees for

I Gl\ 'A'WAYoil Of the orphan. 112 were from South *,Solo.Delivery-Miss of dedal.Helen .Carson.., 'next year's crop,, -'Thls'mixture" is, the. very .bestyou. can give i
46 from Georgia, 15'; from ) "
Carolina, '
Tableau.. . them being over \
: Southern State - ,
first''of January" Florida.- Every
; And some, Northern. Not' A :PICK Day 8lno.: : '
:next, Every 50cts The support of this family and their .ereI1"ilck kid.. 90 Per Cent Plant Fpod
education was' provided altogether "I,was taken with .
: ; you spend orpayonyour from voluntary: donations.' \ ney:trouble.; I tried all sort of medl- ' ;
"account givesI4you'a' \ do their be 'LowardllOlfbep.They Price $36 /Toti 6i: [B Kissimmee r
+ .They clues, none of which relieved me. One , ,per ?. ; ,. t.< t"

,.. : ; :chance., own clothing cook their and own shoes food, raise make all their the day I saw an ad.. of your EJUsctric! Bitters In RIVE? 'TON LOT.S.. $S7' per',Tot in ''less Quantttte ,

f : I -...... . milk, butter and. vegetables used, and and determined to try that; After ',We,furnish;full, ;price-list.)- for Armour's' Fertilizers'/and fcp
dispense with all servants, taking a few doses I U relieved( and We' '
J Chemicals an request. solicit your"patronage' and l"guaf-
cured and
: They Thanksgiving are Is coming. 'Show soon have\thereafter not'seen sick was: sftlsy since. 'feigb', ante ,youthe best Fertilizer" .fpr: least'Money. ; ;'/ ;?- '_ J "* .:

Jw, .. WA1T;QNr 'your thankfulness by; sending a gift hors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism I ."'' }, ''w L Va. u DU7na.Co.! t

of head of ot the provision Institution to the, Bevi founder Wm.P. troubles, NeuralgiaV and. General Liver Dedlllty and,,Kidney*' ..ThisIs \\11 a, -1 'as .,:... .' .,1 .1 r '' ...eaAgentair'1... "_ : .''t, :' w

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. '. ;v -' to do goed. writes.Only Mo, at Osceola Pharmacy., f"4
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"Mrs. &Ua? Sbe will remain here. I

of to welcome mo' my t tIN B'EAMAN"
('!.*,'((:'- course upon JOHN L
return, like: tbe prodigal daughter
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-j. ,4jsBBi t Hue.ItPtirU. I am going In at once to j j k! G

dress I only came out here to have c

i JOHN' WINTHROP'S DEFEAT :you my little must mourn follow me before even I here Itarted Think' aDd '1 .Live ., SaID Feed

21 Noetl. of the ivholovlona: day of my absence' I y. ;
n and lie very' nlce-to me while I' am

.' 'JEAN KATE LUDLUM, here Mr. Lane* The.. most t irlous ,,paper weight i.

IComMBV. It01.." BO *..'< soar, -.| "I shall think of nothing of the I 'the world belongs to the Prince .f StableStable.
sort" ho retorted coolly "I am goingto \Valf It lathe mummified b,ud .f .. .
I CHAPTER Vi. former .course, be bis' .client wouldfodow the city mynclf this morning to se I one of the daughter of I'haraeh. W I
( opt his action also. lie wa s. no : Graham. There j* room,ei ougu in the
;John.Wlnthrop.} counsel and Palmer sentimental woman to be. weakened bya : Banjo for1 'an .extra passenger, and Some of tbe rivers of Siberia tlow.over

$arle, creditor: had, prfhsps never In pretty' face or-a pretty voiceAfter Mrs Kills will CI11ou: Into my Ice many years old, aud alust Finest Turnouts in Town.
their lives had a more sincere or earnest all a. he bad not yielded to Graham's !"'I .
until I hand Mr of the'
_ charftu yon over to ;a.$. solid aa rock. A tributary
desire than. then, la wl.blDIr'Jhla counsel<< why' should be yield to Graham. This blow upon them Is Lena has' upon the-soil which forms

woman away. 'Palmer Karle, stern, Graham's wife: Merely because sho very' heavy.:' Wbo would hare thought tl\q bed -of the river, a bed of pure leeOypl' '

.strong, unyielding business man, bold- waa a beautiful'woman? Business I It of such a* man? Solid aa a brick, nine'feet thick. '
_ 'ing against this woman's husband the and sentiment went ill togetherHe everybody said. But his.wife baa, a --.. Aelltfor standard on COllUallJ.

'heaviest, weight of debt; Palmer Earle, would not have been 'seated* In that I fortune ,ln her'own1 right you''koow. In midsummer the town of Venejcuela -

: 'Indomitable: actionbetween his room that,d.J', bad he' been governed That Is better tncu total losll:'-' seem deserted during tbe dsy,thee.
It was Alecla'a wish that no one except The sun Is so hot tbllr-.s-po.ure--to'] .
'Earls, up to that momenffhorongbly was too much weak yielding In the tbo.obliged to know should It without a-hat for ouly"flrteen ruleutcs .

convinced" that he waa Jnst.and honor world aa |'t was. learn of her Ions of fortune; aud, her usually results III illuos*. and KISSIMMEEBOTJTE..
'able to the utmost.letter of honor and "What can' 'i say --to you. Mrs. husband sccluj that'IL"a'n heart .doajb wltliln a day or two.. .; n
justice; Palmer Earle. before this Graham r he answered In a less cordial wish, yielded to' ber. So even their .

mall, proud, beautiful woman, with although thoroughly courteous moat Intimate frienuA did 'not kuow Horse Insurance Is tbe-Intent benevolent '
her level eyea and steady lips, felt that voice. '", regret most heartily that the extent tit, their reverse Institution of Bavaria. With the EIVEE t
It might be he was sterner than he circumstances such
are aa they are. Miss C'atJler'o04' 'was intrusted aid of tbe Government and Influential .
need be. and unyielding where yielding It would", afford toe much pleasure to "
with many messages cf sympathy from persons Interested In horse brerdhig- t -
might be wiser! He was not, softhearted grant your wish but as Mr. Wlnthrops those at the Surf Hotel '.,..110 bad nearly4OO unions have been formed 'STEAMER LILLIESTEAMER"Ito'EADA;
; he would have been the ant no new ont-of the matter I
way known the Grjihitms slightlyas and uu Insurance ,
even to with 34,748 orscs Captain Clay Johnson. Sr. Captain CLyIJohaon.Jr.Regular .
to acorn such aa Insinuation; and he fear It must stand aa It Is. '''I yielded
to bo upou'OUl7 speaking acquaintance capital of over ?U,800OOO.
win weekly trips to Basslager and return. Roseada leaves Klsslm
1 not to be moved from his business to your wish to- meet us here, when '
level of )oDor.. But apart from softness communicated by your'husband's Taw. Tbe- magnificent 2''- house on the avenue In one of tbe rural- districts' Swe' mee"Tuesday' morning, and arrives Klaslmmee Friday evening

of heart or trace of aentment be yer, greatly against: "my. Inclination, because was cloned and the shades drawn c1"u'a garden Is attnoheu to every Spoclal Charter Trips to Lake Okeochobee.and Fort Myer on the Lime.Comfortable'accommodation :

Graham and feel at eaae. He leaned bringing better results.and ,A'refdsal and Leland ascended tbe practical instruction In the cultlvattea : The, moat, picturesque Waterway In Florida. . .

hla head upon his band, his elbow upon Is bard at the, beet-ef.times Nevertheless : step, not 1'eDt' ,heat ,receiving an. of plants, berries, flowers herbs sad For Passenger and. Freight Kate apply/.to .
the desk, and aat in silence for a'moment aa 'I stated before, I desire alNays -, answer to'thclt ring. I fruits.' management of botueds, '&p" a. CLAY'JOHNSON' 8R..Proprietor,

d ; whether relenting or waiting for : to-be Just, and I acceded to tour "Perbapa they have gone- away," houses and so forth. On, board. "LUlle." Klsslmmee., Fins

b hla counsel to. speak,' how
know* adjustment In the future, I, among her brows. "If they' have losteverthing. Tbe Japanese delight: la" animal . r N
.;John Wlnthrop.. counsel against this your frleifdA shall be much gratified. Lane\ of course this lovely \I I'freaks. They train doc' to perform A'eVE."Rg

'woman's husband looking at the case Of course, aa you say', you. know little house must go too. It Just makesme I I various kinds of stunts b'uf' their most MAN HIS OWN
from all aide with Justice aa be tried of business* and what Is simplest justice wish to cry it is so wicked." amusing: wonders are waltzing ml e.Thp Db.CTQR. ,

to do. having already decided, could may appear Very bard to yon." Her lover would not allow even tbe whirlings a fid twlstlngs of these By J. Hamilton: 7-Vycrs, IA.

M not be moved. It would.merely be re "I thank 1' said. AJP<<''Ia. quietly, ghost of a smile to stir his llpa. though: little aiilniatsBreexceedingly: lud.lcrons. A/600-"..* Ili-ictrsUd Book containing Ttl."bla information per- .
lentlng because of the woman, and "for your courtesy Mr. Earle. I. too he was Inwardly pondering tbe strange Tbe diminutive waltxers nrd about tainiBg to diseases of the human system, showing how to treat and
that he would never admit. He would wish there might have been a better freaks of women especially this wojuan half the size of tbe American monoe; ears wfth simplest of ntodiejnes. Tbe book contains analysis of
have been.glad t* send her away with ending. I asked for justice and you -who could beat once so. childish. and piebald In color.A oonrtship and marriage; rearing and management of' chll4r n, besides -

a lighter heart and again bring upon feel that yon have been Just from the. and so womanly; variably. In valuable prescriptionrecipes, .te.. with a full complement el
her face that transfiguring smile that Area It may not so appear to me= the winds 'of heaven. But he was writer In a. German medljral periodical facts tn.materia media that everyone should know -

made even that room something the being a woman and knowing so llttlo growing: wise, this lover of hers, aud suggests that doctors would This moat indispensable adjunct to. well-regulated household Fill be,
better but be would not do It,...for he of bu.IDea-but If you are convincedof made not be disturbed at night nearly so every
to chan
no reply her lug speech; mailed, postpaid to any Address, oa receipt ot price, SIXTY CENTS.Address .
felt convinced--perfectly convinced your' right I have nothing further to end presently' they were admitted luto often if they' In-luted on ;Immediate

that he was right, and Judging for his ay. I Wfjfr you both good morning.: .,the silent hone e, and Alecla came payment for tbelr servles. The poor : ,/

client, would be guilty of dishonor She had risen and the two,' men with down to greet them pal: exceedingly: :who often do not pay their Mil, pre '! ATLANTA PUBLISHING HOUSE U. rnTA1tIJ 1 yA. .'' '
should be decide against him. ._ her. itlll exceedingly' proud and quiet but very beautiful. .the most prone to'send for the do.tor

Perhaps-but-thlahe would not nU In her beauty:..JDoteo much aa the "You are no beautiful always apd oo at nljihttlnmo cases ""when there .. ,
(' ter. even"to ,his own heart-perhaps; quiver of an eyelash proving how sorely brave. dear, dear Mrs. Graham!" murmured is no immediate. need of his presence. . -
because he was so moved by her beauty she was hurt. Sho turneJl towardthe ) spoiled Miss Bess with her I

_ and purity' and pride of womanhood door John Wlnthrop crossing to two hands holding the slender hand Tennis 'h. Universal ti mr.Ortoinly 'I

he would not yield to her pleading open" Itfor, her the slow cold. Words extended: to her In welcome while tbe of them all tenuls Is tbeI Florida East Coast Ry.
No woman had ever so moved JUm. He upon her lips, bending ber bead grvcionaly violet eyes 'met tbe black eyes tenderly moat universal; small boys girl!, women -

; admired beauty, aa every' roan must to them aa a queen might do. "I-could not stay' away. And we men of three generations play It. .-
who la not thoroughly indifferent to Though she were wounded to tbe dcath, are so sorry all of us,about this. And and the crack has not very much more -
what la good and high but he held a she would still be proud. tile girls Bent their love and they 'enjoyment out of It than the duffer.So LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903. ,

woman'a. constancy and will afi rather "I have..tried*'but I. have signally cried-Bomeof them; and 1 don't kuow long aa a player feoPl! within him
weak-not to be relied upon., < Jailed..he'.ald,'''0 pi.sing''John Wln (bow to tell'you that'l am so sorry, I possibilities of' growth be rnjoys.'tbe "", "HUIIO--IEU I tows' MORTHISVHD RUB UP.Hxl .

He had expected tears and entreaties throe at the doorway.. "I think It la sorry, sorry'! What are you any way game; and even when these fall nee Ns.t3 M-.SS NwT. "' '
,' and was prepared to meet them: to you.that I owe my failure, Mr. Wlnthrop Mrs. Graham that nothing -spoils you I: when he realizes that he Is -lipping Bally. TATIONS. (patty. Dilly.
and had not been called upon to meet r* or makes you cross?" I backward, be clings on, licT.t-lieartedly

them; and his heart struggled with his "" Alcclo -smlled. down into the black I contesting every Inch of the decline -! S S0 1 f.sea LT, .Jkck nrll)* ....t'.'.......i. ...Lv T Tpas Ola40a
'strong will fiercely before Alecla/.-Harold CHAPTER VII. of this warm-hearted friend. 'I. with some one of his contemporaries. . + ION. ., t.Aas-jitin*. ...,.. 1
Graham'a wife. i eyes Shq .'."If I cannot keep pace with the advancing I P 11 N. .... ...........'.. 1IM Imr-.......... ... .,. t ISa
coma Lawn WOJU>LPrettI' drew her with her down upou a sofa 's Il 11 4*. K. P.htaa 4 Mt CAftRltfj CAftRltfjTt TTENTION TTENTIONCAftRltfj
,, Bat be would not yield. near Lane inland that he should be battalion, I shall not head yt TT.6|. Ar Fatal.*. .T. TTU M "Hit
Palmer Earle lifted hla head presently Miss Catherwood WAS crying Included at once In the conversation. those who are In retrl"llt." cries your E ; 11 1.sLr. ....... ........_ raUlk* ..... ...,-.. .Ar IMa BU
he did Alecla'a Not ID 'wU4 grief: but very' softly, as optimist; and BO-becanne' tennis players t 1r .1)i' At.......... ......salt MM**.... .. .... . .. .jAr .
am BO :
meeting -It is
kind of
wonderfully you all. ISSaL,.... SasMXrn ... .. 1Na"/0
though It were a flower she had lost e
? eyea. and turned to-hi* counsel He bird, like the fond she, said "to taluk of my husband and al'o generally optimists-you will o p 1lWp8. = .A-sWa... ....... ........G /sI a 'fl1 FFET BUFFET
or. some pet y
placed Implicit reliance" upon JohnWl.tbrop's 'me at iris time. It la an anxious time see on any warm summer day veteraas 4 04 at -

Judgment and jusUee. thoughtless child-woman she was of course. You would scarcely recognize urging their old limbs upon the grassy,. = f L / N i ;4p ..Orswod ........... ...... 4 N aI aIT I p FFETPARLOR OOYtO
We have done everything that lapoaslblc. She sat upon the sandsr just at the my" ,husband; he Is so worried. courts, crouching In their playwith < *. '....... .......'. Dajlun* ....... ...... ..... } p BUFFETSLEEPING beach that abut her off 1 ................or/Oranae.. .. ... . 1 Ha p PARLOR
Mr. Wlnthrop T Are yon quite about not being able to meet his liabilities reeketheld stiffly trot tin* with little. = p ...................s ... ......N p OOYtOTOTMI
awed there is no means of:compromising from tbe hotel and pavilion and the mat ho frets himself thin. But timorous steps poking at the ball with =< ID ..................... akKn??!...., ....... . 114 aI p PARLORCARS SLEEPING
bathers In the surf. Her red lips were 0 4 .... Tllui-illa.. 14It
the matter? No allowance of he Ts thoughtful of me always" the gesture of, uncertain Vision; and' p ................ .,.....Ooroe......,... ..: .,...... t.a /
ttimeto adjustment of a reasonableper qniverln&.wltb grief, but-verykUsable; she added. 'swiftly lest they. Gould'I you watch-them' awhile) and'JUlnk.per- U 1 40 d p .......... .aoklM. ... ......... ..... IIHa CARS SLEEPINGCARS TOTMI
till, and although weeping bad somewhat *, Tbere' / ..,.......I.4..kauOatf..... ........ ..w. hue
ceaLT I desire to be entirely Just delicate abe wrong.him for an Instant "and thinks I haps in Abe pride of your youth ": NE 1125 \\ . ,.. ..M.l bourn*... ............ 11 HmT. 1 il CARSARC TOTMIPACT
flnsheM tbe face, that. And then 000 N ...... .. ..........
.. every'.one. and would be speciallyajUd wore of my comfort __than of any* can't be; much fun In :::' MSbaitlai ,: I p l CARS
fair than Aphrodite or 1 tTa
waa moro
_ r to grant any request of Mrs. thing.! ,, :while yon are looking on. they beginto o h f'p. II Ma ARC PACT '..
Ariadne-said Lane Leland, discovering I : are i IP' ,... .......::::.::.... 1 ,
about they IOat
wrangle some point; t p a
It 4 <
tl araham'a. I have known her husband "He'd be'Just horrid be dldn'tr: 1N. .
her, standing on the sandhill abovebel' I 00 p. .. .a?.,., ....Tlbhln...................... p Io s e +
lightly-socially, and had long business murmured Miss Bess, emphatically, suspicious as to whether or not thatTttfll 1 b i ..................... j.nia ...................... /t p 19 4SaIS ARCOPtRATCO. AND PACTTHAT
the line and N t0 ................ 0tart. ... .,
actually did strike ; I/Nee X
i 4 p
relations with him. and have found "Sweetheartr! he said, going- softly with a soft pat on tho hand-sbe held 'four old a ; $t :.................'Eon Bonne,.,................ 4 p 141 OPtRATCO.OPtRATCO.8CECKDTTLE3 ANDON THAT
hint honorable onto this failure"me "I don't believe even a bear would such verbal vitality as those N 10 i ......... ,.,.*.. Watfe Jupltar..Waal .-!,. " 1 1
fi down to her and kneeling upon one I men will then display.,.congregating' at M 5 fy.. .............. Palm BaaohDilrj .. :...., i sic
without notice or warningIf yon can knee at her Ido they alone bite yon dear Mrs. Graham. I NM 44a i'p .,... ................aoTatos..w IN THATTRAIH.M
.suggest any way out of the difficulty I -And, after all" <.Boas..comfort | the\ net wagging their beads and, finally k_ n s N ................ .....,.....,...... ...... / .. ONTRAIN )
,.,1 at baa happened that you, are here examining tbe ball.ltself for traces I of a p.................. nd* d-J...... .. ...... .., p 1 as TRAIN TRAINFFET
'3 hall be glad to aaede'to It, even at. a like this ana so Bad? Let me shan ingly. "there is your own fortune Mrs. I0a /p....................a.nwdal..a., ... s fun
loss to myseIf. Graham It isn't as thougb you had of whitewash! Yon do not doubt any IN. tllp .,..............Lcmoa Clly ,..... TNsa
your sorrow, whatever It may be; ando longer that their tennis Is something of / w Ar......... Miami ?. .* T I f
,Run John nothing left. You have wore
Wlnthrop would not yield. moneythan ]
,j -! have considered the matter carefully lighten It for your I even now." I I extreme moml"oCto 'them; and you OP BaAWCH Lllf ES.BBAIfOa. . 4}
child her black
t Like a startled eyes occasional
Not a muscle of Alecla's taco wonder If wltb your own ;
and without prejudice be said were raised to his face, and then the Indifference to rights o. e.ur70aD OJU..Jro'JII CITY e eararl.n.
slipshod your u.xOJL
quietly bet with new sternness in his changed to betray ber. Her hands ,
hands from around
'voice,' as though he would were unclasped were steady. under tbe soft fingers doubtful points you do not show an unworthy a7* ,
repel any beiu-knees: and covered her face and Du e11lll/aly TATIO .
for noble pall /
a game
slight regard 1L
them and her voice wbeu
further pleading on the part of this In the first moment of companionship upon even. in The Atlantic. i fits L a........ Tltu.Tllla.. ... ...An 1 H p I
Htanwood Pier
woman. "Aa you "1'. I desire to be she sobbed .' her bead she spoke. Arthur << t 1SB Lr... ... .. Mla ...........,.Ar) Itr p t lip IOHa LV..N.a.r.a..A, iiiT
just at an times. Your "It Is sweet of you to be BO thoughtful ) .. ..... Oai.ap......,....Aril M a p 11 tl Lr. lAk.U. ,Ar [ U.; fl
claim against upon his shoulder where he bad drown =ia tT.........BntarprlM......,...Arll, SO a } II fa LT.OrsanClt/.Ar !
_ ,Mrs Graham'a husband Is exceedingly It. Then, tbe woman-conquering the abe said. "If only' it all were 'way II* 01...* Marry. : Ar.......... aetofd -. L IiSOs I40e n s6s l r. .or.nrrl*.. > ..: <\

heavy, and aa yet but a alight portion child, abe withdrew herself from hla over! -I dread this time more than '; blt May, tbe Eiillb artist whose I
baa later. We will leave the house at N .y u D.lly XAT7OST BBAHOH. I Ha.lows.
been met. Mr. Graham placed I I
embrace, winking very' hard and faat death occurred recently', worked, Inhisyouth I : R y cos.. n .f!
everything. to tbe'hands of his once. It la no longer: ours and wo I
saya. Australia.

of from berlaibea
to shake the trace tiara on the Bulletin, of..8ydo&7,
I N1 1 N. Lv..Jaeh.onvtlte ..,,,...
could not remain SOP Ar T 44 /
,creditors to meet rabiliUea- But; of and, smoothingu. her'. ''. .rumpledhair. . arrangements.Afterward Occasionally the young man S 55 >. !*. p S Mi Lv.eo..Jaak..mute .\J* ......,. I sic II II I p p
this I am not qutts"eonvincpd/ 'A'man '> ..I7..t..m.*: other would be assigned! by the Bulletinpoo*. y 1.y e r1M Lv..P.Wolf.aeh-.Lv.... Tres IINa p J
should I think we shall leave tbe I $5 D NN 5 I. *Jt* pne! sra.s..Ii, ......., T 00 'ii 41 a I p "" |
oI', honorably give up aU that be "It Is so very.' ,very hard, this blow pie to the, police courts and from these I 5J p 114*s p' I IJ a Ar..J aJport .....LTh ........ 146. 11 N'' 1 p i
I possesses at such a time and his wife upon Mrs. 'Graham. Lane! Sbe Is BO city. It will be' best to go away you assignments he would bring back $
should make know. My husband has been under *** Tim*Tkblakow th. ttm at whl h train mar so arrive and d.parl
such effort also. You will sweet and so brave! I loved her-I ketches, now humorous and now pathetic . from hot that arriT.l or fi.partura at TuordoM . 1s aok gwn.t..d,
pardon me Mrs. Graham. If word such severe trials that be will need Oo-apaar boid ItMll raspoaslbl. d.l.y.r e
my Just could not help It when she wr s that were admirable. fro. aay M ta.r.
'Bound harsh, but your diamonds: and ,here: and I think I think she liked mea the change. I One of the best of the Bulletin

your fortune I understand'. little I t want to go to her, Lane; "And' you? queried Miss Gather- sketches bang'in the library of .10llepb KEY WEST AND
wood, think of HAVANAfCNSULAR
softly.You must
.Alecla'a proud head was lifted with and 'comfort her and let her know Chamberlain. It portrays a thin -
a trUe more pride, and bet eyes flamed thaf t do care for her friendship. Sbe yourself'sometimes, Mrs. Uralmui." 'hang-dog man In tbe prlsoncr'H bar AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

Into hla" a dfcep red spot glowing In seemed to think that I would not care. A slow color deepened In lira. Ura- talking to a very mild and sympathetic la Effect April 10, 1903. '

each cheek. Otherwise she was per. for It after" ham's fao. 'Booking Judge. Mr. May's story of tbe -- -

t'' fectly odnL "Why not. write to her" suggested "Aa- every ono thinks of tne." she ketch Is that the prisoner had been Lf >ltaiBj.n..,SOUTH....'."KB... ...........101. t. Havana lo NORTH PI BOUND... .
4' "My diamonds" she said, and her Lane, gently', never quite certain of said "and for me. what need la there dragged before the Judge every few; Ar Kay Waat Boa.,Thar................. la p J jArB \ A. 5.' w*** -*.;>.. rSi.::..':..::'.:::::: if 1Jtp sea. ,rI
voice for-me to think of uiy-clf. !Miss'Cath wwt aan.Thur.'.'"'' .1.... 0 f1) .tAr Aey W..tT ... ............. .. .
waa no longer sweet '"' I > .. Ifi
gentle of hla of
but or pleasing this small tyrant erwood?* And among those friends months for a number years." ._rMwi.Krl.: .,............!...... T . ArM'aml .... sce ......... ....."....., j .
cut like ee upon her listeners '"Then'you can go to'. her when It i3 "Your face is familiar here, the 14V
"my diamond! are mine,Mr.Winthrop. possible. Beep dearr'! who do think of us Is 101:. Bensouhurst. ter now said. Per copy of Loral Tim* Card or olhar LnformaUon axldrans! say Acat.
.Why should(yield them Miss did In He Is untiring In his efforts to cheer I luck:'
upT" But Bees not see It that "It Is, your honor-. worse returned -
I "But it remains to proved whether Ugh: Harold and to keep him-from any unpleasantness the prisoner. ,

or not Mr. Orham purchased ,them "That wouldn't do .t'alt..LaDe!r abe in. his power. I will "Are you married yet?" "

prior'to'his-tfuaoclal embarrassment. protested, pokltjr tbe and busily Into frankly* acknowledge my falling and) _"JJot yet, sir." "_.
Mr*. Graham It he did Dot"MyJewels --" a tiny heap with the toe of one boot say that I did not believe there"WarBO "Xot yet, eh? How long Is It now :
much In htm. s
were every one bought "I shall go to.her this very day. Tbo good Mr Leland: that you have been engaged?"

for me before my'husband'' financial morning .eteanler-v has gone, I know "A he'knew'how.for"fellow..couldn't help being Ibebe.t "Seven years..yourhonor.." .. .. ..... .... .....
embarrassments,. Mr. Wlnthrop." Interrupted but Mr. 'irl.sUy will take Joe across you and your' ;1 I "So long as that? Why In the worjd ,
the steady. voice. "Therefore In the Banjo-that washer -favorite husband you know'! said Leland. !Impulsively. haven't you got married In all that .
they' are mine. I am noiheld responsible boat: too. Lane: -and I shall remain "Still! there IB more InGregory time?"

for'my. husband's liablUUea.' And with ,Aunt Wright ''over night In the Bensonburst than ono would "Because your honor" tbe prisoner'.. .5 We Do Job Printing :
what then?' husband's credit: city She will be glad to have me. believe until one knows blni. I know explained "Ann and I baveo't managed i
ore will not be lenient should his wife In her loneliness. Poor, beautiful Mrs. him. lie Is solid right through If ha to be'both out of Jail at tbe same :

give up her possession and leave him Grabamr Is somewhat given to taking life 'easy time."-Boston Post

", absolutely no way' out of difficulties 'Andwho,. will go with 'yon to the Mrs. Graham." I I t
, 'ana notopportunJry retrieve losses T city 11...?"' "Ye." said Alecla. gravely. "We' Vom-id 8trmnf rich. I : : Of All Kinds i k

L/too/ jjlliatic> >i )uerely. woman-' and The. great, ,eyes turned upon him have"fond him true indeed- Mr. Le I I E. Howard Banker, a fisherman

Jt though t ,kDO'W.. othlol of, business, were the old saucy buck eyes' now., land. picked up on the beach at BIddeford
t; wduld be tuterli.just L too have con* ,"A though I am Incapable of traveling And by and by Lane Leland took his Pool. Me., recently. a flab tbe like of I

: ttered"tbls'miatter'carefully and with alone" she said, &scornfully leave; but MIsa Catherwood remained which neither be nor spy one at tbe : We Can Please 1'I \
t "*Jt prejudice .Mr..Wlnthrop and am the nineteenth century', too! I scarce with"o'ber friend .at her request.To Pool bad ever before seen. The fish u
i decided; as to,action.. IB this the. beat ly', thick any bears wlU eat me. Sir ( be, continued.) I bar been boxed and sent to the Smith.

' .that'you can "1'.to me Mr Barl.rfaJmef Galahad' ,>. oJ onlan Institute, at Washington to'de .
Eerie ..tro1f e4 somewhat her lover 'with aloYer'I. 'It 1 1. a favorite business aphorism"thatthree termine'what It Is.
;noon bas counsel but he held, still such foolish fondness, "yon, are. swag partners' were,_never,known to getalong. .....I .M ..... .... .R...

(>erfe<*..faltKV9; ( > &that tStopute bid decision If.'heartvs; what r will not allow yott'to'travet'aIone' 'The'Austrian parliament has a "welter -Jlle.o.Bt.Be ,_their famous dogs

JI Uia'Voman.Aad old, he held to his Pray.,where to roar chaperon n j among Ita members. ,save on an average 20 lives.very' yearn W

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dropped'Into a tube and'was' iswlodi ,.. .
\ i4pr ildeAfYIa DEVICES THAT COST.Mechanicl down to; a :".U k.'", ,Tbeerlc: ..\ofttiaaurU' ;
'convorirmt to n1 eGOUhOU.1; 1: 'BYD Ti
-which overy. type la
succession pnMud.Th ,R X

Problems e_ Friiser" nnd lbe oona.II:
-4 That Have BaffledInveltors. were similar l.l construction, with. ,sonic ,
unimportant Improvement ..

: : A niACbluo 'liiveuted by ''D : )Ieckl: : -

\VarrIngton.. England' was in'us A OoBtmidleUm. ,'+C ,RG

,,1'7..111. Ilaubttaa..terns.. .. in t/el III' for' quite a while It .rkst'"atWwatera'rtaa c1..I"' :;
Farmer .. was worked. like the other* ,the iou easy quote if you willj
<] Ao.<*>mol tUbC Jol H ads. .-.. B. All on
Favlly In KmcMlUaVMII This '
A few weeks ago a Maryland farmer pnno! key principle, but liter. its olin- opinion keep-
McrtWltmUr nit Upee'th., They can't ran if thryY still.
found automobile safely anchored:' Tjarlty. ended. The. JtroC'ONIl811 very; '
: York a'-Poat. made ,In | .cut In dip outline and under-faced- IL'| hole on a country road about "'ed.. Bpe.-.m.'' of tho. Irernsi: a I Prince Albert style or twenty talles ........... A PrlM, JIHt_..
I arc among the latest bound, fronrtthe"Xlty! home of being governed by strip ot per % ;
shown and are exceedingly: smart 'The quantity of material required for the .owner. The automobollst was more 'than three-quar' ' forated paper. 'it 'consisted of two Newlywed-Do; you tbluk you .rtn,, ,'

: ,Thl May lion ton oue !. made, of plumFIUKCS I the medium'Sice Is six and onefourthyard. -vigorously .swearing mud ,the *' of a century the great- parts-the perforator and the composer.. help me to.economise .

.} twenty-seven Inches 'wide three farmers and tho rural districts fn-gen- mOR 1 I mechanician lu, tlie The'perforator wa a tiny Instrument' M.... N.wIT'Wec1..0b. John, I never :VS

and three-fourth .,A1"ds forty-four eral. After cooling down somewhat : oriel have been wrestling consisting of fourteen kf.s,'by; mean told -you before. ,,1 t"Iln'It/) my.: own'

inches wide or three and one-fourth u* struck a bargain.with the farmer : tbe problem or setting of which narrow strips .of paper were man1curl : 'New' YorkSoil.A .

;yard fifty-two Inches wide when ma. extricate hi* macltueand haul It type by machinery: perforated This passed over a drum, .,.

i terlal has figure or nap; three ',.rd. to tbo nearest possible road for$ .OO. and a* a result some wonderful mechanical a/id when certain" pegs I'Pl1l.'hetthell' i Step Onward., 1 '
forty-four or ,two and 'three-fourth When this job was finished both were 'contrivance*__ were produced proper perforator the"- pushed ota Hospital Nnre-"Tuese"new.' patent'1 ''

'yards'Ut '-two Ipchos wlde.wben" ma- In"a comparatively' humor., The from time to.tlrn.v " J terlul..hM., nelther-flgure napv . automobilist/lit'' a:'fresh'"ten'cent'clgtr l \. Howe' Invented... .tb,.viewing 'tni- s The, ;;:':'platrlxeomposltoV': was Introduced U *pltal ,"Doctor-"indeed' hey are r" ,

M -- and,presented tho farmer"one;'nnd"the'' chin an'Englishman named W; Church! by Its Inveutor'J.j E. Sweat.-Inr much easier to cur fracture

Popular Color Tor H... following dialogue, ensured: Invented machine,,to set type,, which 18C7., It wa designed to form a moldor than burN. York Weekly,.

,A very striking hat,an Importation, "Wby; don't you farmers Improve seemed destined supersede hand matrix to stereotype from thus -..- .
1* made of that vivid dark blue color these roads?" '* composition and created at that time abolishing movable type By operating rA pypetbr.1'int'Baebelor"I .

which 1* so popular this season There "Well, wo do work: 'em ,every ;year a great ,furore, In the printing world, on trio key Impression were made wish I could writea

la 'a rolled brim of the blue and the butt they don't seem to get any better." but It proved a,, failure. Since :then of the Utter required In thick soft decent letter of condolence," r

top of- the crown repeats the color. "But why; don't ;you build fiat:clau over 100 like Inventions brfve1 gone the paper from which plate were cast Second Bachelor "Some* one yon,'

The side of tbe crown and the edgeof roads and be done with It?" way of Church' Some of these machines Tbe "E. Codigcola": was a machine know dead r'"So

4 4, the brim consist of:rows of bright "Say"mister; you taunt': think we're were extraordinary mechanicalIroductonll. for casting type, but both of these last ;,: engager"+1J.trolt10M' Press..

red white and.flax-blue braId.. The rich out here In the backwoods. Hon but there was always one were signal failures.

hat-tilt well' over the face!' of tbe much do you reckon It would coat? atumbllng -block to their complete success Almost every; machine Invented bait. The: :Xatrl...'"% tan.;

r ,,wearer aud is'lifted behind with n Not less) .than' two or three thousand that Is. to- Justify Into lines the automatic distributors, all made to -

J-! bunch of cherries 'and leaves. It bas dollars a* mllo" I guess. That would type set halt a* fast a* It was .composed work on similar principles-that Js the

no other- trimming break us up. We're taxed AS much as by the operator. It took two lines of type' passed along a channel to

___ I we.can stand. If :you city folk want I'o men to run one machine (the operatorand a number of I levers. Each letter bad 1

.letu..u. So.rfVellscontltiuo .. 'touring over these .roads! I guess the justlfler);;'and : sometimes a Its own particular number of nicks,

to grow in length and you'll .have to get .uBcd-i o the mud -third, to look after tbe distributor. The and the nick placed at different place

r btaulth'a. well a* ti'&:kne.. with the same as we bare" one who justified tho type Into lines and distances on the back of the type.
'' coming of cold weather and tiie latest After tho two bad smoked In silence could not begin to keep pace with the Each type'passed: along: the channel

ALBXBT,COAT. "autornoblUng vcjU, *" are really lt'tur.t'lIqlle for halt a minute the farmer cleared one who would set the.'type. In one until It came to the lever which- corresponded

colored'clbellue' liiiply' stitched with iicprfs. ,passing completely his throat-and, ventured to ask: continuous line. Some,of tbe machines to Its nicks, when the lever
cortlcelll silk In tnllor style and'make. around the brad and' tled-ln an artistically "Say, why don't Toni; rich" city fel- set and distributed simultaneously but caused It'.to drop Into Its allotted chan

part of a costume but the coat 1* also careless knot ou the left shoul lowsjglve n* a lift and help u* Improve no Inventor' had'')'et-'produeed\D. ,.ma nel. Tha..type. was :Wt.out,'of':' then' "Oh :;.GWj; I1't, try
,Tro you plrnse ,
appropriate for the Wpnfute wrap.: der that can be accomplished only by these roads. ? l'vo been<< reading some .,chine! that could Justify 'satisfactorily. channels. An -automatic machine to look a little more pleasant? 1'.01'1.-, "

The tout I la made 'with fronts, underarm a study of the model considerately lately about State aid and government'! It- was -not' until :Mergcntboler Invented worked by=clockwork was introduced married Instead of _
will think: we are
t' KOI-OS. and side.back that.are cut place upou- the veiling counters ot .nld for the farmers In building "good i his great machine that ''the In Germaiiylhj 1WO. It entirely failed i-

.ff below tbe waist line, lull MIKII I the leading department stores.-New roads. Why don't you 'go In for these! | problem was solved no departed entirely fortnn reason that It bad no automatic being only enlllI'd.ew. York .J!oar? ; ;,
backs and skirt! portloim. The fronts J YorltMaU and Kxpresa. things Wouldn't It be a benefit to tho ,i from the methods employed by distributor It took three'men'te .u..- att1'v._-- '
are tied by; menus of single darts whole community Besides, haven 'other Inventors-that Is. netting.' ordinary pit type for one machine. It.wa.woo.elerluU7Ulgenlou. :......_t.. .
and cloNod wltb buttons and buttonbolej A ll..nd> Trimmed W Ut. us farmers been voting: for tariffs to;.. band type lie used matrices ., hoverSpace "J| suppose* that If'' you 'marry iuy '

*. Th9 skirt portion are seauietl A dinner waist of. tucked cafe au build up Industries. the cities for a j 1 which are set first into lines, and from will not penult pie to give a'description daughter you >vrill. 'expect 'me to' pay "

to tho l ody and .are laid lu 'plputl lit :*It crepe do chine Is trimmed with good many years? Isn't It about time this line of matrices a solid block or of Its jDiecha'nlsm.' ;your debts 1

the side back 1011 mil. The sleeves can straps of brown velvet ending lit gold the rural districts: enjoyed: a little,of line of type, 1a almost instantaneously The "Manifold." Invented' by 'Dr. "Shouldn't think of putting -yoa.; tsa ,

!ho plain ones In coat style with roll and alnb buttons; It has a vest' of the fostering care of the government i i.Well cast; but this would not have accompltshedthe Alexander Slncklo wns for' setUnx much trouble" ushered Ease

ever culTs or the full one shown In tinny lace'over Ivory silk. The bolero '. ," replied the nutomobtllst whq aim sought bad be not In' head lines for books, etc. Each letter!; Byrd.; "You can give '''me the mODf'Y' "

the back view nil preferred.The U fustvniMl by laws of brown velvet happened to be n millionaire mauufac-' vented too the wedge space. Those was placed rows on the flat and run and 'I'II1a7 "em myself.; "-Washington

quantity of material required" for tied through small round buckles of turer. "I don't know but you are right i i paces are-wedge-shaped, very thin at Into brass tubes When a line bad to Star. C _

the iiK'dludl sine Is two. and Be'en.I' !gold, and amber. The collar and cuffs I hadn't thouht of it In that Hgbt; --t.|the top, and are set along with the bo set many times the tube' with tbe '--
-, I After some furtberJdfticu'3son! along*"!'type When the line Is set it Is made first letter needed ' placed on a galley Qdt. Obu..a.....-, to ......

this line the two separated, each with flush by driving those wedges upward .tben the ncxt. and so on/ WileD "It 1* her proud boast that she has

new ideas. The farmer had grasped between the words. Distribution of all th,,_worc.l were set the.:tubes",were never heard an opera It her' life.

the Idea that the automobile, which the matrices Is carried on automatically witndrawn. Distribution was performed "You, must mistaken.. She Isn't a .

he had always viewed with mingled wblle tho machine In In operation. by reversing:,the operation. Puritan: at ail,,but quite, a 'gay society'

feelings! of acorn and auiuseruent I The "Brown" composing:, justifying -"The "KII. obc.oln" was used for years girl. 1

might after all tnrn out to bo n great and distributing machine which was ou the London Tlmell..the ppera tor-. t. "That's! just It. She never goes to !
friend of bis: might in fact be the worked with some success on the other ting up the' typo a* the ropy was rend the opera except as' one of' a' box :

means of inducing tho rl<'b'men of the eldo of tbe Atlantic, bad a aeries of to him by telephone from the House o>{' parry."Philadelphia Frees*""

cities to help the farmers build good groove or channels ranged side by Commons. Coif machine 'was another . '"'i....

country roads.. --. .'i side. In .which the type stood on their Ingcnlou ()evlcp., r .., A. Aggr evatt ir.... ._'i<

Tbe rich city: man, on the other,band, feck The typo slid downward by their A machtno which created ft J:1' / ron ."it don't-see bow yon can* ..hao'lUYi": ;.. .

J had got glImpse of tbe real conulr own gravity and rested on a bar at the Us Introduction: was'the Hooker fault,to find with him. ..t....y;

ions and.sentiments prevailing In tho lower end of tho groove. In front of which appeared In IRS(). This macblnn 'Wby not?" man:'

country. lIe realized as never before the rose, sliding; backward end for had neither keys :nor buttons As In "Because be Appear' ti. be .a -,

- ,r that no generaNImprovement of the ward at the will of the operator;, was most other 'machines the type were wbo 1* absolutely. without' faults- of. ,,

; country; roads could be hoped for so a-i'jneehnnical )laud.." which took: the contained In troughs and were extracted any sort;.
long as the farmers were Jff.t:. to work letter-from tbe case. -On a shield In by the opening of a email trough "That's just It; /that's his worst?

: out.the problem unaided. in"fact be front oT the case the letters were Indi which allowed-thcin to fall upon moving fault." -Cathonc Standard and'Time' ,';kS. r

ilif the; Injustice of expecting them to cated. The operator held a handle between tapes that carried them to a collec?: "J'
shoulder thejnrliole burden. I j and and It tor to be; built in a continuous line to .. Thl.c. j; :>
finger thumb ran opposite "Where'our goiog'ia r
4r As a result of this SDcllleitt both t.b.e to tbe letter to lilt taken. 'Thla be justified by hand.. The discharge of hurry today wife sUk.' 7< ,
farmer and the the letter was caused by an electric
y automobplist are now which
I handle bad a follower attached '
j shopping
"She's Into'the -db ,
going ,
conducting 'a little.campaign amen;;: pushed the type sufficiently down,.the current passing through, electro-mag- '
trlct to' contract: about $20 worth it:
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note corresponding to the troughs. .A
their neighbors favorofState and :
channel'for the next one to-be taken. '
National aid to road bulldlng.t-( <] Then there was tho "wTlI.: : ) Mitchell." wlre''from the battery bi'oiighf electric debts
Boads Magazine.. ". current to tile hand.of the compositor Did she tell yono7"
.1(1)(:'.Q '_. . I'the "K." \Gllmer, 'and the "D. B. 'who,.,touched the contact plates '. "No but I. foolishly; told b rmorning .. PI'
Hay .the latter being a very; ; ingenious
that '
I tad that much
How( to Jet; Good Uoad with his Btyina-nnd completed tile circuit .

One great reason for the prevalenceof :attempt.the type'when Its-tube were discharged BO constructedthat Into the through the electro-maJDpt'COrre-. eft. lathe .bank."-Philadelphia, r.DJqo. ..-,,,"
bad roads throughout the United to the letter
spending required.\ .
: States is Iackvof agreement and united hoppers by hand were made to arrange "' This machine wa followed .b7 ;the ...... ..... "I SX< '

action among the advocates of ins ,themselves through the tubes with Tagerrnan. and later by 'the Windsor; :"80 you think, It 1* an advantage to *' ;
tbe nick all tbe same way. boy to be reared In the1Ountr'yT'; ,. ..f'I
provement Everybody; prefers good for -which a speed of 22.00O per hoar'was .
In 1882. 'Porter's" type: composing '"To be answered Farmer Coratossel. '
roads to Dad: Everybody; knows that claimed. The and"distributor sure -
IIUSSIAN COAT Al' KIVE-OOUKD TtililUT. machine was introduced. It war simple .,"A has ,
I I the roads can be improved only by the were separate. .In.the dlstrl-. boy a heap better chane .
and consisted of a collection of in (the country. For Instance, whoa s .'
expenditure of money and. labor. But button the types were driven along.In. >
eighth yard forty-Tour Inches wide are ot silk embroidery in .delicate Persian here the agreement ends. There Is a trough Jo .which: the type to be composed gly until they reached their own siding: boy Is surrounded by orchard aa4 :.;

two and one-half yards fifty-two Inches colors. rItaly great variety of Ideas and schemes fot stood, upright wltb the nicks all when they were shunted Into It out of: melon patches lie can bare a stoma.-
-- 'one way. It was Intended to facilitate ache without the doctor jumpln' to tM r
wide. securing the desired object. There tl ; tbe way When full they:.were cleared
CoatCoals composition! When the operator
no end of discussion, but little is ac- { Into other Blip and hung on book till roDclollob"that be's got 'pendleitii..cWaahtngton .. .
A ... nnablo Oa.tum.. that afford perfect protection compllshed. Some people would rather 'required a letter he placed his foot on. the composer wanted them when they Star..MlssTlckSenn.
the are essential to evef'1woman' lever the and this ac-
against near ground .
ruin '&
Long coat. are much in vogue and -travel .through mud than to have the were emptied Into the case, from wblrh' ---. ole'
health as well as comfortThis tion caused the letter to move slightly .11......' ...
.gain favor with each succeeding week. roads Improved by any; other plan than they were shot by touching a key out' ,
one .If.adapted to covert cloth forward and was picked out as In ordinary -;."A', friend ot';....
The May Monton one shown Id the their own "pet.scheme Thus road on a band, which i carried them to a
!nd- all the materials used for coats of i ; composition with tbe ,exceptionthat told me you satd'f bad,, thawed: tap-
made In Russian reformer themselves sometimes
Is ac. ,, metal pla where they'were
large drawing the sort., but Is shown In Oxford gray u a whole word could be set before omous tongue In town. She say bait,
style ana is well adapted both to the tually hinder the cause to which they collected) by mean of an Iron finger, h
cravenctte cloth and stitched with I.I bringing I tbe band to tbe stick.. at\ dosen other person.beard you M* :
suit and the general wrap. The .are devoted. and l:1\1cbed'to another band, on which'they *." '
entlru cortlcelll silk. of the'herculean It", ..
black As an Illustration :. .. ,
of taffeta stitched If the roads of the country are to bt I' .rodefor<< a few Incba. on their:
made black _
model/ i
Tbe coat consists-of the fronts, back task the invention of 2 typesetting; ma. ,Young Mlllsap What If t;;did t. I-.s_
with cortlcelll silk but all coot and made good withlu the lifetime of the _- sides, Another contrivance took every
and side backs. The fronts are with chine was may ixj mentioned Wst. UL can show ;you'from the latest dnot' .
and-wool, are present generation it Is high time the e'tI7.nd It Its back nick.uppermost.
both silk type put on ,
suit materials., machine ; .
In "
Is drawn
but back of this
I out'fullness, .the the lden, The Inventor quotation that real''snakarenoea li.
advocates of good road united in support .' Presently the line-reached
equally appropriate.The at tbe 'waist line and held by mean spent twenty year on it. andit worth hettrly '$33.000"a' poundcIIIoo.
coat consists of a blouse portion of a few general proposition, and ...tlck and .wa justified. as.If set byband. '. .
the shoulders Is a
of the belt. Over cost him 40000. It tontalned IV cage Tribune.:
... that I II made with applied box pleat I circular cope-and the neck 7a finished went to work In favor of a general 620-pieces and weighed 1420 pounds. .' .' ,, ;'-- :il
back and is fitted by plan. If a National good roads move- A' machln'waa Announced some time. .
at front with a shaped and stitched collar. Thes'.eeves'are It could set ,,8000 ew..per pour, and Attea4.4 T.. .
underarm meat ever( gets started, nothing ran but of mean of sliouldrr and I : the'ampie one of the season '. once set 2000 ems in ten minutes. The ago. more, "Don."t joss thInk It would be'a good
scams and the skirt which U attached .- _.._--_... .. .,.- -- stop It. It wllf sweep everything before Alden consisted of a' roundtable; -enclosing setjtjpe" by electricity. A ,Idea to put yourself: on record ou .tile

thereto beneath the belt. The skirt In. It But the difficulty U to get it : a horizontal revolving,.wheel.;! tape :'was prep lr d.wltlehtl'an; *threugn. ;great questions of the .day; ?",
that form continuous started. the machine and passed..over -. steel ",
eludes applied pleats w Between the tabkrand the wheel was <"Why. answered! Senator Sorghum
laid One great advantage roller and under.a, row of\,ten steel. '
hues-with tbo boluue and Is possessed by / > < "I did that long'a "' '
a space about an eighth of an, Inch<< go. tt!\
centre brick the National aid plan, which is now tlngenr.'and by the rows of' holes prepared .',
1n.>inverted pleats *t the broad. Between this and 'the outside "I' haven't keen,,anything. of It la'
which provide graceful fuUnes*. ''The It 1 becoming so popular Is that It in general \ I .,f the tablo were arranged the type In the tape electro-magnet" com'' the'newspapers."'' , ,

right front lap over the left to.close instead of sectional or local. It case, or' bolder 'In front where munlcation Is set up:''Correction" -. could. "No.'" But ''the'eorrespoiidence'' i is o bile.n'theomcesof''some
Is as broad as the whole It be made in the tapes.. '
tyle beneath the country. Il .
in donole-brcasterr<< of
the operator stood, wa the distributor.Tb big
edge' of the pleat. -'l.he..lHyell are can bring Into harmonious,. united action ro'wer&180 alleys' tadidtfbjrfrotfithe.centrel :Manyrother'macblues. have,been fug fiaaacier.n.r I .. : Star. :;
the elbow to the the friends of good roads In every rented all| following In some particular) ,
shoulder box rented, .so providing the snug fit State and it Is the only' plan yet proposed 150 different.carrying character yh|
required by fashion.' but form full that can do this. wheelwere tblrt7.sIS' harids.inalo Those enumerated,' however ...- ,
where tier are The friends of National aid will make Jrlll' give an Idea of what stupendous':'
pliffs at the wrists a. Jlk4. hwna\J'\ papth .a 1JCM'1bW.+
a. mistake If they undertake to workout efforts were wade by'mechanical<< "'gn-'
finished by flare cuffs.The These placed alternate' !. oao.dlstrlbutlng '
were ;
of material required detail. in advance. They will disagree pluses to supersede the band compos-! "-d 6
quantity and another Composing( ; TheTypes
for tl)0 medium else Is six and oner : ; among: themselves and give objections were arranged around the wheel, tar.' -Only two or tbree'ot tbem'hnvoSucceeded :
every advantage.. They: should In coming Into'general'use; 1
filches wide, .
twenty-seven' .
half Jjarjl : and tbe finger' lOt<' 'the hand I were
wide. go to work: for the general principle the;-Monotype: ,'which Is,foxtcnll vel"' In''
four ynrdtd,11j7rtwoInches wide and leave details to be worked out pushed gut and the 'type set by thepressing Use. In,CanHda, ''tbLsnstodwhich'1s'to :
four -yard* forty-four; Inches mn of rkcys! when -l pposffy the'.it
after. This t action rnafiytofn'tfes. especially book
.w" ,thq plan <
Skirt that Just clear the ground fashion are adopted by Gladstone. When) "hili opponents qnlfed/ typed a . dta t < ''trl the United .States, and tae offices'.'' .
the latest do.reed by there to :
among Is no record of any attempt!
correct both asked for details of any great- halerwblehJA; almost.dnlversalj! ,
be relied a* luvslstfd
and can upon reform which ho advocated Gladstone se on ,both sides of the; AtlantIe..,.. .
to rom
for the and the season Cb 1sr PhdM
present '
would answer There, will bo: time ttCroet 1t1'VJI osepb WeCenn: ; 'Iiia' "Wgshlggtgn .
large f. I
The excellent one In : I'I' in ilo its debut. It '
ory ;
about s a .,t enough to,work out tbe details when oat. . ,'1' ,. ., .
flare ,, os.
jnraoeful ofa on '
picture provides a y borfioitatopBauge.: a
get the The advocates of .
we '
power. '.1 If.
the feet and 1* available for tbe entire, .wb h ,,'m. placed'a't it honed{ tray. lieh-iot. T. R.i Capitaau ,
National' aid 'wl11'dol.t' to emulate > h'S4jistlca rb d
range of skirt and suit material, but. the'' example of ''tbl*'* great Enjlls'hstatesman. each partition! aoptalulog.lit rowjntjetj shpsr( that ,the aVcntgejmouQt ,; --t 'i., ,4'yP i'

a* shown.'1* made of Sicilian mohair .' They should organize everywhere terIleeehdirg .1'trtlc'1a\y.\ along the of-jpubllc:4choollpg: ) per capWoy I

Stltch s' The.skirt U cut In fir*. lf'.'"rei. ,which leaving detaUs' to'be worVw:principle out ii'duetlma'n1 wit" ) pl '" 9 W I]f't're ier&would bIf 608 Playa far-each1 tntfibftant I. ' .' dr = .shaped; as to fit with i perfect nUt Ol: 'rsit dcp eased bbrthe"keys; aclrni b) bell if 'tt'wer&dtaMThiFed'atfdafld.1lttpycdntMg'ttlti'atte4e' I Jule"ry

nugntss-- about, the .ulp*.'':rwlile! they e aev'an'a't: ->ta"r..J'. ..: cr, t..u.W IcI1I\'lT i r.i bomghtl( backt t'
flare freely and gracefully.. below the and are fjAjiLei wtth straight cuffs 1l i.t ttr.a ran AaoI.-/ 'J. :. thefr flfst posllloi) fcyjijirMiEs.pell .4-llll'P.n( y1.'t111d Qf"the'r t l i'W, t 1Jstt:1tf t-L'+ oll' uyod"tltvpDe' f ,:,,

knees:. ,The' f Wines'at 'the* back' I I. pointed *t, jeJi endsj? The eatoejned WaabingtowFosGaftaecompaRhgltho.ParleuI r..t.ep *1p \1t.t'!", lin' 1 en Ha..&pfi'a: : ., Prte, ;f;.ts'i I footr . '
Inverted and can be The aat/Mftlf/ of material required for ; : : prpquaelattona-, Bprlig. was placed in the rear oC,41J ( i t. { i '&the0
laid, la pleat .. .e,.1I .t""n.Ptl." .M**?SCiWKMof .1 d 8. "I wa*)tryfng'to'inov*
Ulcbf4 4:... "UtpBtrated"'''or1'. lmply the (HfyKtitr ems U five and three- of.: tbe... word" chauffeur;, recommends"showfurr. .row] and. drew them forward to the Udy I to-day'. t.eIY1l/.tJmM''a, It. and your mother $l4 j'U'i: *ir*':teeawfuf
fourth"yards forty-four Inches wide or Let It ..that.-' .
pressed fiat as preferred Tb npper '' Ptt .schoolIng. Now, I'm noHlnVraan to '
.. edge can,tb* finished ,'wltb"a, belt r.. flve
1. .,it." t>,(,.' 4/! $ A.fll. *T"J : ,
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Toe \. t; The South Vindicated At Last. :
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: """. 'I I recognized The United Panama States governmenthas as a de facto ' DN

9 government. The telegram to Vice: agCHAS. W-
Office-- Consul Ehrman at Panama, inform
_ l .u'. : I I Ing him -of the- fact if dated backforty i )I ,
two yearsand' with l
I change
t .J. 'E. }1 ,I only of a name now and then, which MANS '
lR' B. would make no change in auy principle THE, SHOEe :\
Involved In'the reading\ Here is ,
f the telegram with the,slight cbaoge4IKgeted -- L. _- -
.'): 1 : ,
Ml to The people of the southern; .states :

;. U, '*T fatl,, \ : s movement have by dissolved heir! unanimous political,1 S Offering; =' of New Fali-GoodS.

All \ }. connection with the United States,, of
laefl '' : America, and resumed their indeftendeuoe. t. .
) s writer. When you are satisfied that a .
aTh . de facto government; ,, republican Inform -- '-_ t
... tJ
b' ........._j and without substantial .opposi 'I'c- J ----- BOrS'*. CLOTHING: 1 'd a> kC
I "
'. of Lion from Its own'people, has been established -1 :* tn ,2
: in the southern ,stales,, you =. Hi l lII.
| frill \enter into relations. -with "if 09. ,1 'II Nothing conduces to aboys' ,, u'= >'
f ) '' 4 \ and to "'
h the responsible'government of the territory )1 appearance uZ"
,n j One Ooe oop ] ; t and look to-It for all due action ) his self-respect and thro' E-: '" ,
ODe to protect the persons and property j r A fn "
'I{ these to 'lhe-mouldinc, of oJ v 0 @
of citizens of the United! State. I
''d ; The only change made In- tho telegram 1 I I the character pf the future.. 4 >:".t '8..! ,
: of the state depart-nent.W ..V(ice- i : j. .man, than to keep him neat- ' . -; p o ; b' JtA
} Consul Ehrman was made by ''substi! "j I ""drejBjBed> His clothing ..Jt'J:;'"; + rJ 3 tit
t .- :: tuting the, words "Southe'ru S I'te8" f1 f 1 1' jiernJ not be expensive, but' : :. 'q' ', rx
in two places for the word Itapublla! Ii
i J '
Ages : of Panama.and the United States of. .Jr j neat and in the prevailing: 7 ; t' C ,

and America for the republic of Colombia 'styles. We have ini e .', ,,' .:: '" ;:: :+

long. The right of l people to secede and Btt line of these goods and "'. ,). .. .1, i'G'CS) II) 'g.::
f lip a government of, their own is re- would like to see then
? moon cognlxed, and we do not think there 1 While yov last 5d AU'-- .. ', r l ,
'Jo her ? they : :jj 0)
', are many Intelligent/ men north or f..o J.r.::
+' estuary south who will hOld that", other 'circumstances !1,' yalues only 75c: $3.50 t:.. ... ..,., ,;;: _' .: : aJ:! _..
r Islands being the name. the .irlnclples valub only SSiDS.: %/ ., '.:,:. e ;: tI'
of secession Is affected : . .:. .I
{ by . G) ; .. I:) 61i I
n ble to whether the. :'2 < ::'): . .
nameof the seceding sec . . -G"U
-- -- -' - '
chobee. tion is spelled S-o-u-t.-horl'-a-n-a-m-a.. SHOES g .... tI) U PO:> ,== } ,
1 As The president has claimed'to bu } ... .r'; .t.. ,.... !: .:.: Q == &..1'' 1''
.ftbj' ; eo. '
In this both southern und northern.and,, has foFeverybody o -l .tJ ,.:.:, ,, l ;:: r.
table shown much prifle lu the fact that the ) from the tiniest ; .,?:'S . i E e.
y I blood of two sections Vows, lu 4. (uul Q 1 fWWE .
ing to [ parts. In his veins.' Ills northern blood .I to the largest- o U : ;
cether must, In wayhavel'scllitt'dfor| he "Dorothy Dodd" \ .. 'o I ... 'r
a the drift is now evidently a southerner of the ''- is.our specialty ..-'. _-- . -
If. ... southerners. There are lew southern a ladies shoe.- r SELL. .HATS, :
l men who would have asked for such I ,
of the indorsement of secession. aflalfooleJ f} Our fall and win ALSO.Nobig I i

..preluded : But now, since the. mouth has captured ter line will be-I i stock of them but.. i. 1
bulged i the United States we feel 101: <11- t sure to please -
: erously inclined.. Of course, till histories ) Price $3.OO a. well selected 'f' .
llne-rra; ( will hereafter make Davis and } per most .
serviceably shapes, .. i
pair and '
waters. Lee and Johnston- We .
1 patriots. sizes colors and
k Lejtrlth.. have insisted that they were all the. t none better.We .- : styles wecould'find "
i for the
time, but while\ president has docldotll.hat also .have a I money
% i the
ro '
Lincolo'and Grant and' Sherman we ask for them. We invite I .
) nice i line i of .
la .. I
were wrong, we hope he will not as I your inspection of our
Trail : perse their.motives. They may have cheaper too d I stoclr-'and appreciate ,
v t.11
The ;: thought they were right.! Wo. do, nOl, .J in all styles.- :. in J r
blame any northern: man for the part t. your patronage. Drop I j
{wo" and
0 he took In the Cival War, provided 1 . . to see us when in" town. _, ,I
eula'ia --- ---- --
he not Inhumane how
was no matter
termines misguided he may have been. Times ... !

,t drainage lt Union, ___ _._., "_ Come to us for Shoes of any, kind. !
-_ western } Beautiful Clear Sklc, -----l_ 3

Heroine exerts a direct influence on

> The.... \ d the bowels, liver'and kidneys, purifying See our qc Couiiter--Bargains.> ti

; and strengthening these organs, :
ieret and maintaining them in a normal Yr4 tea- .- .. ..} }- _y
condition of health, thus removing \u4, ;= ---- Ste. .:: - basin U r
common cause. of yellow moths, .4-: ._ .._' : . '. -
seer" -
,' drain greasy skin, and more or less, pimples, -,..--
blotches} and blackheads. .'. .- -- -- "
ON at all
: ; :
,f 'slope In -------.I---
druggists COMEA-ND
t;: (gradient ; ------.---.-.- "

"1 ''ed. ,: "The practical application of the I ,

}ttbf . primary method of making n<;mina- OUR NEW LINE OF FALLDry ..r-. ,,...: ... ..r,7 .r-r..: '. ;
tionsas it prevails In several southern
,.\-- 1'w: attention state," l U remarks attracting the widespread I'ensttcikki '
"jIi"gl& e., Journal. The Piltsburjr Post, refer" Clothing j ti
1 .
; ( ring to it says: "It l is a movement lu !

., 'central the right direction, it works well, and -
i. l,;; In time bids\ fair to' become the gefi-
: a flow eral and ruling principle in all our IAT !
J -a
,' ," .Ing yet : contests for state and municipal of, .,
< flees. It will abate or do. away with .
"k ) .
s days : the odious and sometimes criminal _
,' : : 'I features In primary contests and taake ;; .rTlTy71 T1T' T7 7' Y J'P'PJ 7 1
vi I them. fairy) and truly representativeof .. ,
:id'had ; I the will of the people, whether they I C' ; '
<. '..ored.a. are ranged uder democratic'or republican -. < '

'f-. I Ibis banners. This will 'encourage* .

tnto* | ; and promote of people the activity in primary of the election boatclass -a Formula tells the story : r

.x\ ,_ la the nomination of candidates to be voted
":Vtbe"H for at. the regular election. That Is Grove'sChronic Chill) Cure

.t! {?havo ; the the general Union. "demand in every section: of

.' Jug rims Not a patent meclklnel: a thin spirituous liquid of a pleasant bitter taste, made of Psi SI
tock'onll : You Know What You Are Taking I
i able Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK ,.

( began ages It ; Chill When Tonic ydu because take Grove's the formula Tasteless is I Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT' Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK i... '

.-,. ,r tw..U : plainly printed on every bottle show. Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK- J ,Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
t ing that it Is simply Iron and Quinine

,>d-/Ontario'' 'Let .:. ; l ( ; In Pay.a tasteless form. No Cure, No -It' Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

-* sMs felt .. : be recon.ldel'ed'and the authority TEe Best General Tonic: No Cure, No Pay. Price: 5Oc. 1'

'' out withdrawn; and that the coun ,
rims of ; ty aforney. be instructed '00 take no "- ,
;;out'the' further action In the mailer before

.chobee.' Man' '1 Judge Whfch Jones.motion" was, carried, W. Bass To Cure Cold in One
.' Day .
; Sr. and C. S. Acree voting; in the af .
; :otter ; firmative, acting chairman. Stratton !

for the} ; : opposing it. Take Laxative Bromo, Quinine Tablets A on every }

'-4'''Driver'of be S "era..) ; adjourned On motion until of W.the Bass next. regular Sr. the board meetIng Seven MEBoa bases sold b past 12 months. This signature, (Q,. c a7''t/ JKx. 25C. "hP

.r' [ Monday, Dec. 7th, 1903\ at 10,
rest as .
ilng out ; a. m. -" -. _. __. .. t
-- -- -- --- --
5 f'I,,.reotly. Uoaen't Respect Old ++t++4F.+..1 +++++++++++++d I1111 ++... .. It 11111 It ..11 +++ -- -1
'< Age.: f: .- Georgia SDnthernl Florida

'enough I"'. shameful. when youth falls to : Semi Tropical Nurseries 2
i a .. >> show proper respect for old age, bu t . ; RAILWAY !
'f, lands on Just the contrary In the cane of Dr. -. 8UWANE8 RIVER' ROUTH.BCHEDULEH ...
ist an l die ; Orlando Florida. ; IN EFFECT JUNE 2*. M.LvPalstka. .
town to no matter how severe and Irrespec .
course Live of old age. Dyspepsia, Jaundice .
If you intend planting Fruit Trees this fall Dixie '
any send
and Fever Constipation all me list Step. '
this .
/ yeild to . ft 6o
i 6
culture perfect Pill. 25o, at Osceola Pharmacy \ of your wants and_I can save you money or Orange, Peach and Lv Jaeknonvllle\ . 7 60pm P to 4ftam 16 amT
mI ; '.meroe. ii i l{ Pear ,arid all kinds Nursery Stock. Ar Valdnma. .. 11 Mpm) 11 00 am128pm
Ar Tltton . . ..
: V' ,. Bunch :suw/'eswl'wlsl' $ 4tw4It:.: Ar Cordule. . ".. KIM I6 a a m m ,.1a. P m tY
iby W. R. .SAL a'r
ST. M. -oxBs SPEIR. ArAmerlcns.. P
from MURPHY If*
i ii . Columbus ... .. . .
. 1226pm5161tmy
++ +
out +
":: \ t . .. .. Ar Montgomery. ... ....' .. 766pm }

;'pillage" Justice of tbe Peace. notary : J.Mi WiLLSON, JR., I ArMacon 0' '''jiea'R p .. te0aml0sm L
: Public State at Ar .. .... ... ... .... y
r:the -i ,Large i .- -. S NOTARY PUBLIC... )l ll J. W. THOMPSOIV Aup.IA.a A.. .sSSpm An. +.,
Atlanta... ..... '
Union. '--l STATE AT LARGE. ) Ar. .? 7 26 am' 48 p m }y
Ar .. .. . .
V' 7 eta m
A Otflts ill Y.i Duor BslMuf. c Real Estate Agent. Funeral Director and Embalmer 1- Ar Birmingham .. . 12 211 Pili... . . Y,7,
,"',AJ B. M ; KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. ArMempbls.... .. ... SMpmw. .. .... .. pJ
: KISSIMMEE.. I c. ST. r.. Ali
'f''eh.... of Ar Marlotu..... .... t 11 alii' l.p e. }-'it\
-Tin the : ;;; :...*tMke'e'e'ike'4f'11'erDRR ' ...>li.<..> A Lore Letter. ,. Ar Cbattanoota. ".,. 100pm 100am 'ff, i
Ar Nashville SMpm S40amILL. I
tie Td with :B:1eB1ntne: : : F1o.. c...,. .... -
to fence Would not interest you If you're .Ar8t.Lonl.......... TOtam 734pm a<
.........11 _. .
plow and looking for' a guaranteed Salve for ArChlonfo. ear 'I
J., H. .
5'gram.. Sores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd of Ar Losisyf1...,...... I Mam 12.6 P III
which Ponder Mo., writes: "I suffered withan Ar Clnclo..... ..>..v. 720am 405pmArChloaito +vT
before & Ww..Ntda ugly sore for a year, but a box of c,a s. I. .. '
Back lea's Arnica !...,.+.... ltam . i
duced Salve cured
& me. It's
J, Ing1 '' : Eye, Ear, Nose S Throat and the best Salve"on earth.' 26c"at Osceola Trains Solid from train Paiatka from aekaonTllle eomn.etasYaldo.tewllb, le to ). noon.

Mlakka. ChestFITZQERACD. Pharmacy. trains rolns north from Jacksonville., .
ha been- Local sluepenon Dixie river train for Mar1i i n. N
,Lows of Oon i remalntnir In depot until 7 50 a. m. I' .
.. QA. Worm Destroyer. Pnllnobance Buffer Steeping Can Irom/aekson-< : t '
ttonaably "III. to SL-lout. via above rout without
"Sats '- Treats thousands of cases sit White's Cream Vermifuge, not only > of ears on Dixie Flyer train, also Pullsoathb .
: forty Dually. Solicits correspond kills the worms, but removes the slime man's finest ohann.sleepers.' ea same tralaio- Chloa. owitbont -'

|a rt.of, In.whloh they. .build theirnesu For ohednlrsmaUon. .aa4 sad'other Info'
eno with sufferers. every. address.' 44
-. '',,!here, > v quickly, a health. condition of . .7. B:Emsav''
P WrIotr-cuAp..1I01w.... .
he body where ;
worm'cannot. exist o,' "..--nue. 1'ltt.
; j 260 aa all druggists; .,. .... '0.:B. ..0".., '
y .... '' ._... _. ._ ,' I, I.V 1""
'ro.Io:; 'It. -.-.- n ."" . "//- .f POI'tALA .TANROI' D O.y.raiP.mP fT ..."',V:

vt ) . f /. ,I.,. ;'( '. i/ t I! ..".... ". ,__ .""."" _.ft3S. __!"""'_ vg..N:.wrs4Y11IdfY. tlPs.xJ.ek'"'"' >'..
'' .,. \ ,. .... .J .' > ; .t :'r': r "
. . \!!-" .." J. \
tJJ; 1 'd. "f '
A 'j i :. '\\1 .....,. .,' < ..,.. "Ii.<.. < I : 1" ,"

'9, y x t :

4' + '

c ..
u Honest ,Fact*. ...' .*.'...... .Hifc. .. '' 44.iProfessi' \' '......."!I II
; Kissimmes,Valleii GazeUcTKLHPHONB Wade, the tuner,Orla'ndorBig.lotiyrupoan. . No old shells brought over from '. -
\ : at Watson's.Furt3llne last season at Watson's. (Commualcatedl} I r :- -' i.IJf i. 'Cards r.:
NO U. Mr. J. A. Andersoq bal:, returned If you cs.u not secure evidence ] THERE! ARE C' I ,''I f fPA. ,.,
of ,
at Watao 'i. '" ;'
for "
from fc trip to Fitzgerald Ga. against oiling'; liquorto '
JBLISHED EVERY lI'JUIUX.J' ,:Jno..M. Lee mede.a.t.rlp to Tampa minors when they are open fend "."""" ". .
Mr.. under ....... , . .H. .- .
L. C. Conklln ; the early I
BY last on business. spent the supervision of the police, how' '
POUND' A HARRIS. Saturday part of the week: In Arcadia. willjrottsecure evidence: against the tA DSd VANS AGNEW. *- +t .,
. . ) i j ,. '. T>r'Thol1uw.on" office 'phone -Is blind tigers when they are, doing an : : e- ,
OHUROH. 'O.R.OTORV.. "No.',41-two rings., .Miss.. Owens niveu," jturned to her unlawful business eoretly -I: ATTOHHtty: .It' LA.\.n.. .4 .,-;" r< i

.cooler, hboo Nicotine clocks'at Dam*, the Shoe' home; at Lake But ea ( Tuesday. Lake City and Lire Oak are supposed *I iI .-I I NOTARY. PUBLIC: fA.ND I ... '

.11 a. u. and CRUHasl..Praasblo..ash'I' ojolock.. Prayer. -nettlingThursday Man. Thursday.koS6il! ; being Thanks to be dry town, but the Modi. i" IN .I KlbSlMMEE.TR. .. .FLN" 'a'J.m" . <
.retting at 7 Po... ," giving; tue State Bank will be closed, son Enterprise says many filled Jug . I ., .. ...." .. I',..".
1 'ifl. Sunday Attorney P. A. Vans. spent "
mornloJ' Agnew and bottles are daily shipped from "
nw 'CWVa0H-0. J. P.Frier.BILL.Pastor PaU>r.BhloK .-> Monday on professional business In Mrs. Clint.. Bass arrived Sunday there to the above towns. Dry in f 1 1 ..' I'r '

every danday. 11 a, m. and 7 p. m. I Tampa. <.. night from'Glenwood; Springs. Colorado ., name:! but not In reality.. farce. I EVE INWHY. [t. 11 J, W SIMPSON J: ranENTIS '
i Peorle1 ra. etlng 4 BO i>. .m... 8nnd y. I ] 1TPI [ U. .. .
19.4ft a. m. Prayer qieetlaf, .11'"Thun.p.m. Attention ladles! Beautiful China I Since Orange county became wet, .
" **" ,
Vlt3tor.atway." we.oome.f "
[ Bigkept loi Loaded Shells ever over 80,000 Worth of. city property ;.
JOBS' ErncopAL CHVKOH.-Darld IX, Closet given away. Enquire of Dann' .brought '_ & has changed bands feed the demandfor , over ola ""
.ves pro. Ph'arml1c :
L Purvlouu the eeoond Biin- toKI\llmmeeTa't""Or I :: n,
Kvotor. The Shoe Man. i ., is stilt Mr. ,
.... Graves'. property increasing.
Er Morning .Ic. at J 0:10It
) the.Konlnic month P er''lo/ at 7.WO o'{lock:. Olin P. Hug'hey I Beam'an, of the San. Juan Hotel ha A- rFICUIl'nouas: ,t d a.;m:: 5.A 1" ,m. .n ,. -
lMW K>iAitdic-ion., -Dlvliie-worvbtponI of Braidentown hasbeen i J". M. Wilson j Jr. sold this week a added two stories toihls building, the 1"- :l HOT I IH-}- . .1.30 lob m.", ,
I Ant Sunday and third 8uuday In each here several days this week, having i body of land Ill" Orange county. for. I contract for which was not award r1OSCEOLA ,I IIJpRIiaS "TeIeplaoneNo..7Q Jurv-5. lyr.JQR. ,"IS ,
h. Morning lorvlce at 11 m. a, Evenirvlce been : < > -d .. v
called here the illness of till the of decided ,
at 7:00: p. tn. Rnuday Robool! at by turpentine purposes, people Orange(f county - , ,, I. c : '
fm. 0. B, Rerrloe at 6:1ft p. m. Prayer his father: 01" I for the high license side. ,
tag Thurndar' evening at 7:00 i> III, 8v. ) Hurburt Fleming has a few more desirable ; "
moBlcor.liUly: 'iHTited to tone than Mr. and Mrs. B. T.Perdew of Ocala, city lots for sale. If 'loterea The blind tlj )* wen a d.11e'\ dry's A. B. STEVENS. ,
Zi.r: ,- F, O. BA.ILXY fator..TIDOK. are going hand In hand, the ? [ .. ."t. '
w re here to attend the funeral obse. ted see him for description and prices .. "" .'
.. B "h..JjKN1t''t...
;SUM.Of Sv .the money ay; ; b
--' .ules of J>I'. Pi+rdew last ''Friday and Osceola Johnston left. 'oq 'Monday osmmpugnexpenses. ;In Polk coup t' , ....:..-... .
spent a do.1or two here afterward. night for Seville where he has, a position the Mulberry blind tiger man furnished G. AdiulnUt.r.d.jjssr1" 1til

[Official TSlIP.vreatber",,.vaWlI.Report.. lEWD'''.' : Headquarters' for Sporting'' Goods. , as night,operator7 with the A, t::!' tl,300 to carry; ; that county dry. Office Noun a 18,30. A. f<.< to ,u.a d .

&OUDY Aaa B..mntf.' NOT. ifl, 19m.' 1 .Graves: &'Orav .'.. '. L.' *, The, wholesale! liquor! dealers of J ..30 to $ .rLbRlbXW.L.VanDuzor&Co. '
,. '' Tampa positively refuse to contribute ORLANDO': / :
ItJs "Mine host .Gardner of the Rev. O. J. Frier informs thatji : I 1"
Rainall. the Oseeoh-
to wet campaign! of
Has, t Min, ( .,' Pai-k Uoei"> .now. .1al'hls house ever has accepted the call tendered; him by. county because they consider the jug i "I r..:...r.. 1etlQf
.. I.i' I. '
,.-- or--,. -, be full of guests: and his pocketbook the'church, here and: that, he willmakethis I; trade of the county more profitable to 1 II: tJ1AN1E P $ [ ';." ,. w t- '

; ?,... s0 HIM :, ;: grow fat from attention to them. his ,residence for a year: !more, at I them han \the regular: wholesale trade i
y'r ""' 7l 'W' .. ?' See tbole'be8utlru'i leakt. 'We, in cOmmon-with' his many; -. The-scrip of Osoeola.eonnty.iswortb r'TRb
,+ MI CO .._ Cu;:t and Saucers +
y IH .... Plates and other.dlsh.s at Watson .- friends, are pleased to learn of this 100 cents on the dollar.' That of De- w ) i 0
aii y'... 76 ,,, ,,10 l..,. decision. Soto a dry county, goes bogging at ,
a Y... 6,6' 41. .... I I' l CO cents on the dollar the treasury oDeSotcr GET THEM AT '
,- C.'S.MoEwenof; Orlando-fand Superintendent This is the. ell.son of the year when county being, depleted by the i ii. n' ,

'f J) A,JJIMPSON. P. )L.r of the Southerfl Mutual new fires'are being started,. ,and it is a prosecution pf blind tiger., over fllxt l K E. .Rls,
cases being on, ,the ,las .'.
for insertion ot advcrtlseamong Aid Assoclatlonof.Birmingham, Ala, wise precaution for all our, people to term of circuit,court: ? : .' ...; %r
trine spent several days in'town Thls week. examine' flues and stovepipes before
the leading matter on Vote for hfgh license, and see' that REAL 'ESTATEAND
U ton cents per line each InIon. William McCool a son of W. A. starting fires,' as flues become cracked 'our officers/ do their,duty.: ... I'- PHARMACYI!
page. McCool of Beaver Falls, Pa., and a and stovepipes rusted' through, their -' ; 'INSURANCE.
friend arrived here '-few days long disuse. '* Fresh, Fish and Oysters:
ago it..*..........*,* MUM-*.j l' 4 vs
l and are stepping at the McCool place We are :requited to state that.Rev Fresh Fish TuesdaysThursday. OQQOOQOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOeck
across the late*. W. J'. Carpenter of Gainesville' who and Saturdays: -Oysters after Oct. 1. ""
Leave orders at the bottling works. ,'n
Local News. FOB S"ALISmall: improved farm II! a noted temperance lecturer, will deliver .' -- CHAS. BASS. ioiI-L-.- mJrJJI'-. :: ._ ....... "
; with nice cottage' artesian water; near. I a lecture each night,of Wednesday ..
. .
:::: : = = '
tonn. Inquire of J. M. Wlllson, Jr anal"Thursdry of next week in behalf Send us your Job I'rlntlnsr..

coooo sooooo Mr. ,and Mrs, O. C. Peeler and Mrs of prohibition In Osceola county; H. C. Stanford
-- 'H .
Meals st all *r.
Phone us your: wants, Clay Johnson, Jr., went up to Orlando Everybody ,
d, Wednesday to ,attend the funeralof l The friends of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I have fitted up a, lunch counter in >.* .

i We'll-tlo the running. the infant of Mrs: Watkins, a sis Bans will, be pleased to learn that the my saloon and am prepared to serve ,k '
tor of Mr. Peeler. .. latter who has boon confined to her lunches -on short notice at all business The OrlQlnatpr '01'01'bo'v\ -,- ,

KIssIMMEE DRUG CO.fWateon's Mr. A. J. Booth wan pleasantly surprised room for some time with an attack (If hours. Oysters in any style ham Prices In ..

a faw'days ego by the arrival rheumatism, is Improving!' and is able I sandwltches, ham and eggs, hot coffee "' L

of his daughter, Mrs. Selma: Partree to resume her duties strain./ She 'I is- eta., served at reasonable prices l L. Would m to'Pace "Talk ton' ' / Dad will be in a Face with
( from Virginia, who will upend a cpu- taking/ tde electrical treatment and has Hopkins, "Uncle ,
Huilness Licata.orders '* - charge to see that our customers are I
pie of months with him, found it very efficacious. __
for StoVe Wood. at the ; properly tre tedVe solicit you F "
The Stork vhslied the home of Judge :
Arnold Armlstead I .
Factory. ,the clever and in this line. "
111 lot of' Picture Moulding! just urkl efllclent pill roller of the Kisslmmee trod Mrs. Parker Tuesday night and patronage U. T. Btrrt.Ea.Fe .. to tell you'of? 'the many, many, neWt novel, beautifuland useful >t"

at Thompson's. ". Drug Store, had the good fortuneto_ left them a pretty little girl to care for ..,- ------ --.--.-..,.- -. articles he picked up for his customers';*hle! hi New'York recently 7
bag, a wild turkey and a number of and protect Until she finds another : T.'ST
0 THOMASON 'l in the of the latest designs 'and -
way paWrnsr ,
from down the river farms Mother aDd
.nato p. quail last Friday while hunting near huUle more to her notion. __ 'Pbyciclaa and Srcoa'

elng markewd. Loughman. child doing well, and the Judge scorns ALL CALL ', : --.-:, ..... .
goods arriving Graves perfectly satisfied\ with all the world,, Thome 33. ; '
ravel!'. A very little ('Illtrom the families including himself; esperIallyho! latter;; Of lc.*P-io.: ...-T_ Rican.'KIMSIMMEB. Dru, Goods, Notions.. Dress Goods, Gent's FurnlsliIiiQS{]. .
of this town In thethrowlng1 of papers, FIA.1d11M < LaJJ \
[ s Ready[ Made Skirts Waists Etc. {
riff Prevail went up to Orlando tin. cans and rags around tli.elr.homos: Eight days more and the wet'and'dry ,. t
be day on official .. election will bo o' thing of the, p'alt.- r ,j
the -- ,
and In alley ways and on vacant N 1N NV WN N l KansinssLocals s
lot Willow Chairs at' Thom p- So far the campahrn'bal been conducted -
lots would change the appearance'of I Knowing that goods well bought half sold he'looked the ,'
Prices low Klssimmee. The old adage for everyone along lines\ free from, any of the) 'J '

uperance mass meeting, Opera "to keep,his own doorstep clean" bittern that usually characterise local I market, over,for what he wanted, which was,the best goods to 'be 0'r'/ :'

e i to'nlght, :Everybody' invited. would_ change, the whole m appearance of. ] option elections, and so fans. we WKKK "'''.'''''''''''' ''''''''' 9 had for the money, and feels perfectly confidant that the trading .t-

t pAI.E' Fine lot on North Main many parts.of the town. know if any harsh feelings\ have been '" - "" - - '- public will agree to the statement that he succeeded In his de d""' ". "

rice 75.00 T* M....Mur- ngeadeeod, they have failed to cometo Guitars at Dann's. slrewhen 'k "", qtr
We have moved our stock of goods the surface.So ,;: Ihey: see his immense stock, 7
New shapes Ira Men's/rats at Kate's.chool . . ,'
toO the room by Watson's new brick I51 I :'
Ire seems to bo no cessation to mlldtng/ and wish to inform our cusomers far as street lights are concerned Stanford's He was not only careful l as to the price paid but l extremely . :>
Eiipment fruit from andlri aids that has been fn darkness for a' Shoes: at a-uara.'ttJ} I, '
of the adding
golden we are the town ;
teed. .:.' i so in his selection of goods the qualitY'of; whlch'ln'eyerV nstance:: ; : a, '1'
Place.. -, v ',. ally 1 toouretockofShoeaDr' week or more, owing to a break-down> .
, ; .
lilJ be In Klssimmee, h on;: Nuv'' ; ;,'30th: 1Qot10ns,-eta.. Our line of Christmas of f .ope.ot )the boilers. ,, If they ere not An elegant line' of ,Ladtes' Muslin fully" measures.'up;to.i, ,i Its"valye'ln then::moneyifaske'djifor,$it..;480,1 1 *tJ>' ;... ,:" {p:
Goods will arrive In a fewdavs. See .,
la bunch -of fine horse*s'f"::. ,' ,.:" ours before buyincr.GUICE. put 'in a condition to :render ,the service -Underwear, .. -'I, at Katz- . ,_rGoto : having! the largest stock of the latest up-to-date+'"goods he,has._ever ; -';.

I W. J, MCCRACKEN.2f ? .' A RRATTON. : for which the people are taxed, "Dann the Shoe Man" for ev- handled he feels ,confident'of.your::approval ,of file'efforts_ in N f

sh oysters ,served 'In'any styleon Wm. Gilbert of Fort Myerd, doesn't we had as well abolish that pat ofthe al'ythlnaIn tho. Shoo line. :your behalf by an increased patronage-not so much because,, it 'r

I notice. Clias. Bass, at t.he.Do.., ICt his abBence. from--iCIAnimnioe inter- Plant and return eo-the Standard Buy your Shoes from Stanford the is Stanford; but because, Stanford is In a save l'h '"

I Works. f ere wltVThls belief that. l investments In Oil Co's system of lighting. With' as old reliable. shoe man,_, .* : I . .. '.

BvV Ellis went down to. Bassenueoday Clssiinmee{ ': 'real estaW are as good as many cattle, as roost upon our streets Stanford bas an up-to-date line of- ..

do' work any other town can offer. He has recently It I Is-unsafe to attempt journey about Men', Hats. Neckwear, &o., -
to some brlcjc
those dark Let have
the Dlffenbooh lot town nights. us any Money forY'ou. .
Robert Alderman. purchased Your subscription fort Book or ,
Mrs. Diston Ight.! prtsL and
west of that belonglngtto Magazine at publlsner's
,, Ko lump you we seen are giving the handsome away. Its Par-.ay In North KUsUnmee and may proba- Walter Lorenz, the moDager'ot theSt ave'you the postage, at DaaM.toadies .

'a ticket with every 26c CASH ily-erect! a bsndsome cottage upon It : Clpud farm, showed two "potatoes ,before buying :your. Fall ' '
nut. Ktssimmee Drug Co. In the near future. grown by-hlrn this yeart on the ,streets 5resa Goods, Trimmings. &c., call on '. or. I '
ft. W 13 Johnston 'and baby have of this place; a few ,days ago which H. C. Stanford and save money. g; nt< :for .J, .

kiting Mrs. Johnston's parents Alter' repairs being on for the several ways here weeks undergoing the weighed I 18 and ((21 Ibs, l' respectively Stove Wood Queen Quality Shoes for Ladles.. ', ,_'0)(':; ';
One of them'w l made on muck
,, Brt Gardner this week. Stove Wood delivered .. ,''IN.t
Naomi III, Capt Ilall's boat resum- We wilj) furnish
the other on pine land, ..nd. both were tl.OO W. L Douglas Shoes for .Men. "'' ''' ,
ry'dollar you pay Guice & Bratr her weekly schedule to Bassenger and' I to any part of town at per 'r
ot this year's growth having been MAYNARD LUMBER Co. ,
goods or on account gives In future she will Strand. : (
t return last week. which '. : ,'. ,
chance at a 125-123 piece Dinr..A planted ongroundfropa a crop v
leave bore every Thursday at 7 a. m. been To Cure A. Cold lit Otio Day. 'J:" "
this :
bt. of early, corn bad gathered r : : ,
harp, and returning arrive hare on : : Laxative Bromo Qulne Tab- ..... ,
,gold belt pin. Finder y arne: stateV that be weighed the Take ".
afternoon. This schedule will let.a., All druggist refund IhB money
lease return to Miss Bertie JohnI. be Sunday a very convenient. one for parties crop potatoes and dug that from they weighed two hills respectlve-of this signature If Its falls is to on'cure.each box.E. W.25o Grove O ceola n'n'n"tt'nnn' ' nn'nnnnmtnmtt'nJntJnntntnt"t"tntg' ' :, ' ; a.,"'>

on the route who may desire to come )11' 28 and 3'J Ibs. Of his big potatoes harmacy. NORTH KiaSIMMH. PHONE N. 8 ::: .' t :
Jennie Evans of Sanford spent up to Court, to the regular meetings Walter jokingly says they "''008 as : \
t Won oLthe week at the bedside of the official eoards of the county or large as.any pumpkins Capt. Mating/ C. W.. GRIFFIN -- "'
H brother, L. P, Qughey Lola. their can male.1' We don't know about
have other requiring .
ftofifined to his room with an atftf business the first thereek. that, but they were "some potatoes" UiLLllJ _'_ == .. :,' == '
here on days o;
presence that the state will find hard to beat.
bilious fever Look for a fuller announce- A '
50,000 Loaded Shells at Watson's.
s or George' Butler a veterans ment In,!. paper. All,sizes and loads. IFancyFamiIyroceri'esI '
list and an old friend of the ed- Ellisbelh Anna Watkins, Infant SAD ,

Brrlved here yesterday mornlnar daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Jurors Drawn for Fall Term of :

est Florida and will spend some Watkins, died-this morning at the family Circuit Court. MISTAKE,. = ==

ere resting and recuperating, (residence, aged, eleven ",eekr.- John Johnston Gary Sullivan == F ESS:: : :hI.IEA.TS., ==
Lemons ...
A. J. Booth has purchased two The funeral service was held at the Dave Bass jr. K. -
W. F. Walker W. T. Langford '
north of Lewis Shiver's place -residence this evening at these o'clock .1. A. Barclay Abb Wright -E Delivery every day, at any' hour)j patronage solicited zrj : '

? he expects to plant in citrus Rev. Atklsson officiating. Mr. Wat- Morgan J. Bass A. D. Libby '

He will also build a cottageHnd tins is out of the city having been W. B. Maklnson J.'M. Wilson jr ? uaiaiiuiiiaiiiuaiuiiuiiiuiiuiiuuuuiiiuuiiiiiuiiiiiiuNEW .
C. H. Branson N. F. BassE. ,
t move into town. called to Waynesborough/ Ga., by the D. Weston R. T. ButlerA. t I .

and Mrs.' W. H. En low andfcn death Of his mother. The bereaved A. Kenner S. E. Bass 1 __ ,_ __, ' ., ?
ty returned from Nocatee WedH amjly have the sympathy of a large E. D. Yates D. J. Sumner u : t

night and expect to return to circle of friends In their sadness. John Lamb Will Knight ? '
J. K. BilliardM.
! H to their home at'Wedowle, Ala., Orlando' Star, 18th inst. Mrs. Wat- G.. W.H._Porter Best T. M. Murphy If you buy Xmas goods MAR'K

How. They have formed a very kltos Is a sister of O. C. Feeler of this :r.: R. Donegan Hardy M. Kettles T.,0
Y' ble opinion of Klssimmee ,durftlr place, and has many other friends T. J. Porter A.E. Donegan before seeing our elegant' \' -

' brief stay here., here who will be saddened to learn of Best Liniment oil Earth. line to be opened, .up BASS" (.OLD. STAND ..',,

ai B, Savage ("Uncle Bob") one her bereavement. I. M. MoIIany, Greenville, Tex.- ,c, Nov. 20th.! AND, ,A . '. t.- '

'f' th Florida's pioneer settlers The Klssimmee' Lyceum1 scored another writes, Nov. 2d, 1900:' "I had rheumatism SWELL LOT if IS. J., 'T. REAVES. PROP ::.A'' 'i,
evening .
tl B'O' is numbered the largHttle success on c" ,. "sTyr
1 among last. winter, was down in bed -- !f1j: >'; . 1
l owners and extensive orHrowers of last week when the Boston Stars six weeks tried everything, hut got no !, 4. P
lt ;
?, In the State, returnedght the second entertalpment of the course relief, till a friend gave a part of Bal- .. 'i '

to his home at Klsslmmee appeared at the Auditorium, before Isn avery lard's Snow Liniment I Used It.., and Handles nothing but the best: choicest-Beef, Pork' 1':, t w'
pending a few days with friends good house. company bottles. It cured,me "
entertainers got two.more uvd Mutton-that the ,market, affords. Order solicited | !
ofty.-:Orlando Star.: the front rank of lyceum thoroughly and I haven't felt any ,rheumatism and promptly'attencted to. Free deli y in town.'r'! ;

many friends: of Mr.' .I*."' P, and their performance was since.- I can recommand Snow Liniment ,, ," <.
will'regret'to"16ara that ben enjoyed by all present. These to be,the best liniment',' on earth' .- . 1
-;- performances are becoming more"aDdmore rehumatlsm." For rheumatic, c
on ql11t.e'Ilok. 'for'the past tan for '
, r more,'having been taken with popular with our people and the the bolatlc or neuralglo pains, rub in Ba1ard' Kisslmmee' 'Drug Co TERMSi ;CASH; PHONE 61, ..A i iw
be about
which wilt ,
B next entertain. Snow Liniment, will not *- ,
<&., f fever while off on a bunt you .
, ....*., For several days after his middle of December, sill;" doubtless be suffer long but will be'''gratified with -
home>he was critically: Ql, but as well or better ,patronised than the srfeedy and .effective cure. .5c' ,;. 60o t3 w 'r

f I ls4\tokno iI >,. Is now.improving others bar. been.' andlOo at,.all.....druggists._ ,. e, I.': / / * -i&% '

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'The Ascent like a world seen from a .balloon and It I* said that te. 'II. the war with A SfeRMQN FOR SUNDAY Apocalypse fill. with the Indications of theynoptio

I of the height make one the club which department r :... da What does the Bum who is ''aitnlul unn j r Bad
signed register HI, chief in! the railway j Coughs
. Mount, Whitney ,'o was left In the-'monument, and then lout their heads completely. under the A DISCOURSE ENTITLED "LIFE'S YIELD find What. the does verybMt be..get t there* feel Is sure in life.ef? He +a

explored a* 'far a.J possible the base train of transporting troop to the I' TOt> THE MORAL CONQUEROR." tastes life at it:*,be.t.toI, will give him teat

,W'1irW"1or'W"'W"" trumrlttr'tru'le'atx" of the peaks, which on every side except .front De Witte quietly did what hissuperiors of the tree of life which is m the .,.ra.

the cast rose. In chaotic massea.their . ought to ""have done workIng J J i. disc of Oo< Tfc Itor.T." trillion w. .. TJe
Lion that though goodness ma
ASAHKli: CURTIS summits alf ''0"1' 14.000 feet. out yarlou scheme for the transportation week and could find no rl|.f
fey celestian It a
One f ri.f
I w $ Tears rtghtt.g II. stud track to som* fer-o !- city iy
sen mod (Tnd.scarred. by chasms 'iand\ of troop 111(0''rurke,. Tula 11..1...*!.. Until We,rasa *. the drstBROOKI.Y considerable sacrifice sf the content of.if eral. I tried Ayers Cnerrr Factor
a- | NK of:" the most. Interesting gorges Geologists hnve found 'lie e proof of forethought created n sonna-: j a..a-Aa. "' I'AI.If! D.......... here and now. Naturally enough not Only"onei-fourtb. of the bottle
organisations In the Wot splendid example of tho. action of tlon .In1''''Official proles. When the war ', few decide tc take whet they e.n'Jn the cured ma.
*; tf. Y TTW. IUT. T Khondda'Williams and leave the struggle for roodne L: Hatrn, Newlntton, Ont.
present !
0 ero State.1'. the Sierra glaciers: ,during the Ice: Age.Colller'sWeekly. wa at. IIR end, htn>enutj, >.tLon hud Uen'mndo. pastor ef the (Jreeareld Con- alone and chance the future. 'Veil. the

Cloby of California. Believing '. preach dells b.t1'Cb; Bradford, England truth is, that .nl, in a worthy character, in
; that the beauties of Since 'J87H do Wltle's promotion lins 1'lymouth CBurch Sunday ,the ascendancy over evll in the masteryof Neglected colds always'

1 .. tar 'arnre Sierra had not been fully' The First jhanT i'the been rnplJ. la 1871) he was summoned 1 Tlfe morning.Rev.' Dr.There Newell was" Dwight av large Ilillis. intro:: on impurity the higher. and levels of egoism of special In all cultivation its forms,, Jead to something serious.

F '" appreciated even by mountain lovers ussian. After to St. Petersburg to take part In the I duced Mr.j Williams. Karaeat ,attention doe a man really get the! core of life now They run into -chronic:
the members of tbe'cluh n few year Empire: work Of the great Hallway Com mill' was given to his thoughtful sermon. The the In end rs,
ago determined' to attract popular ln- and It' he who for subject was "Life's Yield to the Moral the od! Ede 'ateryhiom ast1ov ellga bronchitis pneumonia ''
slon. W31 drew up ,
"trestto of Call tlie\Crar ::: :: :: :: :: Conqueror, and the text w.. from "aI', again. in the lives of men. Get your pleasure '
'" Jhe 'mountain ranges ; tho commissioners. their report. liewas' sages in the Apocalypse. 'Mr. Williams\ i .. satisfy your desire in illicit ways, in asthma, or consumption.
fomla by conducting nnuual outing. appointment as presl- then appointed directorof tbefouth".C'.t'rll' said: defiance-or-ir neJect of the divine order
among the Mehcst peaks' .l It of' the committee" of Ilnflwny and later chief Kch: one'of the'messages to the churches of life, it simply menn paradise lost. You Don't wait, but take'"Ayer's

Bucces quickly rewarded the efforts B minhi ers Sorglus de Witt of the State Railway Deportment. Jn' of Aria closes with a prom see. They conf/ turn yourself out of the bet by. .o doin. Cherry Pectoral t,
lain threats and
warning command'- .
of these amateur mountaineers the i beconieXthe actual premier' 18ft:"ue became .llInl"'t""Ot: Comninnlentlon menta, but at the close st*.4A tlie. proinise\ Loyalty e... Then-to goodness i. no i.bappinesllk the wy "I blesst that* !- Just as soon as your cough ,

.number of those who Joined their annual 'ot Ituseia he first mail iii *. and In tho following.year be. like\ a distant hill in sunshine seen .....hieh coma from simple goodness.
; !partings: ateadll"lnC'rcollllnar. until tbe empire after the CsnXIUs career took M. .Wyclinegrad" place as "UI/'oulb'th..torm./ to lure en ever'the What does the victor find! H. finds the .begins. A few doses will

this. ''year the party"''tfninborcd 110.. 'has,' been n1 remarkable ondx,. Dofn1'In"' I I FIUane,4, '.)Iinlster.i '' ". I I and wocst-beatea man. The to' ,tme messageslay,better things down of-Ood th* unseen sustenance leMI'tNf.wlai..k.and .power to his. h-cwn. msjr mrpiise draw" ./, cure you th n. _., '

moral task without compromise. but they and that of the world. "To him ba*. t ,,...rot'Omt'th TknslM! J ..*-'L'' Ansbsintsta, .
close with th. assurance that f I will, give t.' e.t'or the huMertmaena. I

i;; Sierra CIUb-r-Asc'e bo Mount Whitney. : "Th toppling crags .f duty scaled : .." In the winning'atrncgle you fnd C* snt' your ._te,. If l>* take .
I Are close upon the shining tablelands, the soul sustenance<< hidden from yon before .. u I.. '.1''... II IIa .ml.r- ... ,
I. e I To which 'our Ood Himself ia moon and and still hidden from the wor'''. New ,. &air. .wltll,. tl..s .... take.. .IL. It.JAaI' ka.w..

: THE LOWER 'SLOPES OP MOUNT AvniTxfe: %, i+I sun." "' eThere .confidences, new assurances, new faiths- .4.ATZR CO..Loet4 Xaae
It i. here twofold arise in the soul; new visions. break upon
.. : which a aspect'of Ire: it. new, voices speak to it and in it; new .
1 every morally! earnest man is. acquainted .."rirhIt. I
communions with
t p iI with. .He knows that It. eondrtions inner solitude uns and en the powers Ly
a wv r .t 1 are stern that there ia vigor: in it. mn lets
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1 } m t 4 I but and by .to understand what< Paul meant &
i. "ibt \ '' r \'N'tfil \\\s\\\ be. tenderness know also, that tb" Ual the! vigor its struggle la blendedwith. is with when might'he spoke in the of inner being man' ""..t#The nltth..II..d tntlvearnest L n< 8\\\ : r
!l .
permeated by promise. We indeed
aY\r ,\ I
.. raorail man who .perseveres in the lifo of nun
that earnestness and DEfO&r
I j hopefulness .
Stand the good is constantly smrprise l *t the reserve $5 O.O rrMga
{ loyally under the
I I go B
of which he draw teed
duty ; power upon ,
bower of and will hear the bird .
you .. Cars. lkferd,
of hope sine. UnfoitJifulneis to' the moral ; seas. which looked as if they meant ...rl"" _.r,. ..... & .rd at eo.. Wt1..0c0Idt ;,
1-1..1/breed. pessimism of the worst kind; death nave been safely crossed, and the the eostaia-uMM,,",....
of God
song triumph rang up to on
while it doe. '
fid..1it\ encourage cheap! .- .
Other side.
\IllOml!' optimism does in.rribe'inhe -,.
--.! heart of the blackest duty the shining Difficulties tvliich s"emed (Insurmo-irMlr! rau.AAraur
i, word of the coming time. Uci hae'so made have been successfully overcome. Thi i*
I ns that enfolded in the bosom of loyalty why the man satyr; "Hitherto !Lath the
lies t ansurance nf triumph for the goon. Lord hrltwd..1e csnnot uniKmtartdhimself
'" Now UJ* tbia loyalty to the good this by himself; and so .he hiii e.< ? fidelity. to the moral ideal thin persevering alter to a higher power to life* victories/; .
I attitude, which I take to be indicated in wo 'iseovee lit,,'. Torees; in thaonwnrit
Ij,, the word "ov reomin'" or "conquering." march we discover th. enrichment tlf'the cartridges and shot shells
j Every: promise is'madc to him who "over- way, come to one slier another of the ;
II: Cometh or who "conquers." Not matt wells of salvation hidden' loom all who io: I are made in the largest and
i you, to him who ha* overcome or who Tiat not march that way. And. rememSer always
conquered in any full or final sense. These ., that the farger our .onll'l..t in life, best equipped ammunition "
II I promises are not of gift to-be bestowed the more abundant will be !ife'. ust-n- factory in the world.AMMUNITION. '
4ktai i at the end of the course, hut of experience: ance; it <. the conqueror who, finds the .
to ne-reslired in Rona.on..eQ: long.a you manna. In a sense, .everything i hMdon: I I
"go on in the right way. Now. is it o fact- from us, and all itrowth. i is; a discovery' It
for it is no use preaching theories away is so in the intellectual sphere. You diprover -
I from the facts of life-that the promises treasures a* you conquer. difficult! !**. 'of J. 'M. C. make l la
made. to those Asian churches in the name You must conquer the alnSshet and the now
of Christ sent to them by John a* direct spelling!! book to discover, the sentence!: I accepted oy. shooters, u- f t
I from Christ are to he regarded a* promises conouer the sentence to discover; the! p rarrnph .
made 'to us bvfJod! For myself] 1 cannot conquer every paravraph to know 'the worlds standard" for
[r regard them so. except so far a. the treasure'of the book. And .*n all the
ii f they contain truth attested by the .cxper way up. :Many cannot read a honk thn' t* :it snoots veil% 'n any gun-

," a I fence of !,\en. Indeed the messages given at all difficult; the food there :. itt they f I Your dealer fills it. "
to. the churches of Asia are not entirely: cannot appreeiate..1\'hy? 1 became their
I from Christ as Ho was, not from Christ as conqncats are too email: they have not
t I we Understand Hint fader, but from overcome il1"lr"and' "u|>erfiriiiliT suffi-. The Union Met.UI.
% Ii Christ lilt John understood Htm. When gently so the manna, there, remain hiden. C.r1r'dli'e Co.
Ii i we read the promises of the moral life we I i

j i read not only the facts of our moral cznorience The acme i* true in the moral and lnpTitual Bridgeport Conn.
but also a certain interpretation sphere' There are people' who are
L I given by mere thnn one bias, such as the quifo' incspaWe 1 of '" the highest .
Jh M s it '4 Wmm *$ 3pKNTKHINQ personal bis. or the national bi... The future kind of affection and the holient '--elttatr/we7sra / ;J'
t a we depict may be in essence gtinran- kind; of love brt'au" they have not them-
'' teed by the tinivemal laws of the moral ..:ye. overcome the vulgarity, and coarse.. .
p fff y.L' life, but the depiction! : may bear personal) nr.. of hnmiTt nature's lover levin. All '"
t r' or national colors which must fane; tier noble souls: have "mest ( I venal and. national elements which must world knows not .f"oo; they have affections
i 4 ,, y 't11r r\ L be elinallu "d. John.*. a Christian but which the world would always dilute POMMEL SLICKER
w k .5 \+ + el ter .w 1 lie also Jew. Like
1 r Mi +t w r watt every man lie with bate inrrciiients and aspiration '
-, ., had a temperament both the nationality which' it would always tarnish with thestains .IN THE WORLD
and the personality would affect his visionof of earth. I5e sure of it, your di.e"".
J. tho (ubur,. Our Christ never takes ab cry of life's best things wi'.l: depend upon Y '- vSOWEIr
solute and full possession; of U'. our very your conquest! of its wont, and with every
beat understanding of Him hu some mixture victory you shall eat hidden msnfin' and
of ourselves in it. which is not in Him. be ..Irl''gth..ed for victories, yet to beachieved.
. : TUB'. "CIlUI:" Y" ON MOUNT WHITNEX.. : HloE1Pl"U': ON TUJJ )1Oj'\Tj( : x 1 DE.i i i "To him that o.ereomelh and keeprth The .successful strurels constantly r
--.- {I My word will I ri.e power over the nations discovers smipnrls' hidden from

The ub'a i outing this season was to 1St!), from unknown In Russian Immediately and he shall them with a roil of him before end still hidden front lives.
parents head
after became
ne iron, -&8 the veancls.of a potter shall boo whieh do not lt.o.v. U''loftt'l' reaches and v
Kern River. Canyon and Mount Whitney odlcialdoni and of Insignificant of tbo finances ot the 4cIIUIlre-)1.j de broken, to shivens'', even a* I received of the more earnest en,1<*avon- What'doe. i ir 1, : a ell sir tsnkryeo( t
Camp equipage Clnd' uppllt' -..sufficient social position he has placed himself Wltte" began tbe work of completely My father. Here are word a trihuted life yield to the victor! Here !i. onw of the toeXk ruts on4 Kali
.for. fire weeks were transported on tbe highest rung of tbe ladder by reorganizing them He dexlnred'thatthe to:,Teiiis which: none of us would like to nest of the I'r..mi.. "I will give him the for all funds of wtt worfc. p'
thank-of as speaking. We could .
Him not
morning sfsr.Vhst is this sift nffh
100 miles ncroK high mountainpasses sheer force'ot merit AntI In tile fare ever-recurring deficit wise "Intol- t. non in Jenus any promise orsutnoriirover i morning( star! It is, the feeling; that-iti, ia /r. it Ik i often miUU4 but t

Into the heart of the region of of the most determined opposition from erable,".nnd be procectlcd first to reform nations .to. rule them with a rod of i sweet" and pure,.lale sfld fresh with the PO rate STALL Male nevcreunik/l inbltkor! ;
peaks, reaching altitudes 'ot from 10. the strongest! pqrty In ItH.III., Including the monetary .yMei, then*to reorganize ', iron, ss the .' ..eel. of a: potter are broken touch of morning. It tvthe feeing that CUAMC BtAieujw >eBowCAPUIDINE ,
to shivers; nor do we think of Him s.claiming life is full of promise, asiaowesc.n.rseeasan t
that day i coiningon ;
000 to 14.000 feet. The country trn- on the ono hand Mi do Plehve, the system of: taxation1, and I << Iff have received such from His ; that the best is yet to he. It I 1. the IGN0I'1't1E .. Rn.w..iMuvrrra.d
'versed, was but little known., amps tile tcncrtonnry Minister of the Interior then to negotiate the( commercial tree Father.. That is not our' way of thinking power to be oneself a sweetenjnr.; freshen

were, useless., so tho mountaineer added and on the-otber-n. 1'obledonost- ties by which Russia's foreign trade of Christ to-dav. Then how '.did John ing influence in the world a living prooheey - :J
,S 'a feat in exploration to I tlint of zeff, the chief (procurator of the Holy was greatly; increased. lIe encouragedthe come to bear Christ oar that Because of its betterment _ifaw. ,friend. 1
John had
been reared in
climbing one of tbo highest mountains; I l Synod; I'rlnce lincrltliisky, and General i Introduction of capital from and fed upon the. sentiments the there touch i is nothing of morning like moral on life purity; to keep r. m.cQI'J' '
In the United State VannqOTsky, who hare taken a France-, 'did everything possible to establish IIi Jewish teachers lieu taught him to regard morality and it is marvelous how soon +
After a two day*' stage drive from i leading part In trying to defeat bill new enterprise, nnd Imported Psalm ii as Mef..mni<\ And what wasthe everything' isstale.. There ia an Indetcrib- L

Vlsalla to Mineral King, the party projccU. It has been reported (that machinery where the Russians were "Aak Messiah of Me to and doT I The will Lord give thee raid to the Him nations . able sweetness the world in I.the as God air of makes enrlyTnorningwlien it when-- BLOOD '

walked twenty miles across the divideto scenes of extraordinary bltternes have not able to make !It.: The Commercial for thine inheritance and the uttermost it is indeed in the.proc,.... of HIS remaking; I Cvrn IIrilUP. Ii.
their'camp in Kern Canyon, one of occurred In the Council Chamber It Advertiser. I parts of the earth for thy posaesion. before we light our fires and emit our 611 tll/Ito!: At'I"
,.. ,
the glacial gorges whose beautiful self. Tbe reactionaries denounced de Thou shalt break them with a rod smr-le and heat tip the dust of our noisy sees. ,

dome and wslls still bear the scars of Witt as n Socialist. a Communist, a rnIe14yRe. of a Dot like of iron; tter'e thou ..ha vessel.t dash" Some them Jews to pieces turbulent life. Something like. that sweet' ..
apo sometimes freshness of morning belongs to the soul
the flowing Ice that formed it. Here revolutionary Uecauxo lie insisted that A striking Instance of canine intelligence believed thai that was one of the I hit is pure and come to it always in its
a week wa spent In tramping and Russia must cease lagging behind In Is reported from Paris. A male things the Messiah would: do. When a hour of victory over sin. A. long a* :your I

fishing thus getting the party In physical the race of civilization'nnd progress. school teacher named IMllaK was on i Yew came to believe! that Jesus was thoMew.h affections am clean they are fresh you ... >;.
you wood: think that he would Alae .1011._ .. .
'ertire of
ne" feelings
condition for, the trip to the base The "AVar Party" was perhaps more Thursday evening Char- least pure or holy loves. CURES ) .
waylaid near at throw off that old notion. Jesus Again what docs the moral victor find :...::: : ..:
of'Mount' Whitney. bltterl. antagonistic to him than any enton bridge by two roughs, who. set had said "Come unto Me sl re that labor Tt i. promised. that Christ will write HEADACHES"
upon ALL
..The eighth day Teas spent in preparing other faction, for be on more than upon him, and after rifling his pocket f and are heavy"laden." ttt. "I am meek of" him O oil's name and the name of God'. rrIaa4eusatulite n:1\, M .
heart lowl I..ned the meek eases akrstaor.... SOS. ,
for the ) arc city, and his own new In language "t'
+ eight-day trip to come. once occasion convinced the Czar that flung him Into the Seine. A collie dog i etc. "Other"cheek." etc. The general thia that life name. our LIet..l)
r means yields the'victorthe
Shoes were renalled, with heavy hobaalls Russia was absolutely forced to lire that 'happened to be near without be- character and teaching of Jesus was the consciousness that he really belongs ,

L .",and-the. strongest wearing apparel at peace with her nelKbbors since she ing encouraged to do so by any "person very opposite of the Psalm il conception of to God: that he belongs to the new society -.
o wa selected. Every unnecessary I had not the mean to carry on a war. -Indeed, there were none who saw Messiah. Yet. the Jew who believed that : that he belongs to Christ. In other -
artiola was left behind for only It has even been said that had It not once Jesus was the Messiah carried over with words the spiritual universe own. him
clr'umstant'eat plungedM. him a good deal of the old national conception and he knows himself vital) nf asst k Yrr.wIn 1
ss a part it.
pound of baggage was allowed. I I I II and attributed it to .1...,.. That even ss a pillar in the, temple of Ood, an tlm. anid ter ematma 1
S ; Including sleeping bag or blankets. 4 Is what John does here. It was not Jesus upholder of the sacred things of life: 'on. -
Thns equipped the party crossed the I ; peaking; but his own rationalism that of those who have a real permanent life in ,.

d' Kern and ascended Volcano creek; to I was representing Jeam. This is not very I the sanctuary, among< the sanctities of I
surprising when you remember that Chris- 00.1-yea. who share the sniritnal ,
v 'Its sours 4 ;npar tho main divide be : tiaras even vet take the Psalm ii to referto of life with fid, with Christ sovereignty and PUBLIC SPEAKING. .
tween the Kern: and Owens Valleys Jesus. Nothing could be more Unlike with all the rood: "He shall sit with U
and followed this divide at an .alt1 i Jesus of Narareth. than the description of on My throne," et\\!. "Oh.- couldn't possibly take hsU ,\
the Messiah in I'salm ii. It i. high time to
an hour on that !I"
trade >
1 of'between 8000'and 10,500 feet protest, as Cheyn. doe.,-against the habitof 'Oh :yon who are lighting sin, t.ka'e..ui"
to the base of Mount Whitney. During'the lading; Chriat" in passages "unrelated age;,with every triumph you are monnting "Nonsense! Why you can filltwenty

entire trip' every ,one slept In tbe / '. to Chrit and His religion.:' "I far" the steps the-ofthe throne of On. and ever 'minutes- explaining the .dlffl-1
nearing time when von, life shall be '
open air. rolled up In blanket or I I 'ay. Canon adoption Chevne of the, Psalter"that our aaJXstandsmay unmitigated fined In the truth which knows no turning cults of treating so Important a subject >

'sleeping baft .'* No rain fell and there .Q n; e 31 counteract that spirit of love which is and the richteousness which is forever. In so' short a time."-Pack

,w" no..d.w. so one had only to find i one-half of Christianity." The tear if too Tay hold on the thought of Ood as yon ,
'a Py iI well founded. What did the St. Helper. and believe that if you work ML(. ,____ I
a dry place In the .sand wriggle aC.r, \ great .
I Him all will be well. I
comfortable-.position N"r, , iI Bernard aay long ago regarding the wars invite ,.ou' to nosiiperficis. THE REAL T1IINO. ;|
and sleep. ? ii of the Crusades. the Mohammedans? ] optimism that h.. never sounded
553 On the morning,,of tbe ascent the I These"are his words upon "They are ministers the depth of life'swo", nor seen into "Row can you tell, papa, when pee t
party' breakfasted "half-past three k of Ood to inflict Jlis vengeance. For them the hearts. of it* tragedy. There is no power pie are way up In oclHtyT" ;{: y

and were on the soared a little after i> to matt give glows or receive* deed death the.Son not a sin God, but delights II. riven and out no healing from a in Christian that. I platform.heard it once It "When their diamond are genuine,

4. Tbe five miles to the base of the to receive the; blood of His of enemi_. denounced gSoomine-s of every kind I it and their maaawra. ire not."-Ufa. ,. '
moaqtaln was quickly covered with lie ia glorified in the death of the pagans." lathed th* pessimists ia every direction; "
frequent Ilr ts most astounding that Je.u. could (t declared that were on
short'rests to 2tk'"ts"r"; even
prevent over tg. '
exceedingly well were -'lA= / pULPITk"
eaeruon'dangeroaa' se S.n dr. Jiave been conceived as the incarnation of ; slums not ifO/CEifRQ M "
at this altitude. t[ Gale redeeming purpose and love and yet lOtI bad as somemad\ out and the war h' Jacob 4
Tbe. real climbing on Mount Whitney as One who couldelight in the blood of South Africa-well, it would come to an _Rev D. Van Dora of 5T Sixth!

begins at Langleys camp at an altitude tI His enemies. The Messianic interpretationof end some time. I Street Fond Du Lac Wls.. |
of psalms undoubtedly tends to undermine So much of-lhi was dealt ont (hat -/sit
11,025 feet, and continues until many terlan clcrfiyman: says; "I I'rHb"'i i
of the revelation
the I the value of God optimism wee the ehallnivest of
Abroad crest, of'' the mountain Is. in Christ In a Christian magazine of lies and that to vsntiUte it in the name .. tacks vt kidney ,
reac&eoVat about.14,000 feet. For 800 some time ago one article is entitled The of Chrutianity was. to forget the tragedy ders which kept me lit
t Tenderness of.J....." and the next ia "The of Gethsemane and ,
feet great granite bowlders Were encountered to blot out the mem- the house for days at a|
S ( and''' these .. Imprecatory. Psalms Vindicated." I always ory of the cross. No no; if :yon are to be }
over the
Il party I maintain that there i 1. a severity in a serious-man, In earnest highest unable to do snirj't j
"" 1 made their wn y, _B witching, back: and, the law of life that divine love is not softness end* ot: )life, for \....:fnrtnd for so thing. What suffered!
gi"'- forth across the mountain In order to ,J nor mercy a license to indulgence; ciety, you .have a battle to fight; a hard. can hardly be told.'
gain elevation until the .base of a pain,* suffering retribution here; there ".!"" battle; a hundred things< arc wrong Complications ''set'Lthe
'hIm was a severity: in Jesus because Jesus was with tie world which you must 1 help, tot 1 .
( neT, or rock gorge,was reached ,, true to lif.'. laws but the Spirit of Jesus. put right. Look the evil in the face and particulars oljWhich' i
Here the way led upward over bowld was .not"the spirit of the imprecatory Ho not call it light. But when you have I.will be pleased i

ers, between two sheer walls of granite M. DE. WITTE THH NKV' rn IUS-OF'nUS I : psalms, and the Messiah of many. paalm don that I ask you find. larger! fact to give in > a personal] 1
I ; unlike Christ. So far vi*., that the
p, I blocks. For COO)( feet we tolled up is quite our . ss we Alpha Omega= of all this interview to one 1 I
undertheir influence ...lIeed to efi life 'is the love of the good God Because any
thus gorge"with hand. feet and elbow. been for de WItte's counsels Russia 1.1CihJ'.a\ catching the 1 corite ourselves and clear our vision. that. is the beginning\ :, that i i. also the end who requires Informs ,Itlon.
tel' man r
ID action, finallycoming' .td the and Hut this is colored not by and let It '
slope and Japan woold have: been at\warpTer promise only , therefore be our This I can conjsclentlonsly ;.
bjr the teoatrxldcd him to;keep afloat t John nationalism, but possibly also by
that. loads to tbe- summit ''which' Wash their '. "Ho will .Doaa"Kldne
maerenCN'eofute'tod a sun pierce ** .
,.' until'' certain trait of his personal character. It .
o'clock. f Us* river police," .attracted by
reached O > ; Ths thickest
Before -1i; ; de/Wltte has passed .nearly half his criesTnrrtved to his assistance M. I 'was John who jaw.. man casting out dev- That aloud earth ever stretched, pills. leased c
4 The most,, striking feature of Mount hla',me In obscurity, He 8pcot l-ilstisl' Jesus' name and forbade him beoNtItIC after last shall come the first general Improvtmenlin '.
h Whitney Is tbe tremendous'abyss on 'at the some Wllflj ..S. ...bsequ ntly.blo-to} : tot p, he did not follow with them-there Tho'r wide compass rounl be fetched"! ., "health. The .
years of"Odessa.
University ; njah ths-1 pollee with .a description Lwa'strong' party spirit in him.' John, With that bought*
tile face; Approaclifng the o' God let brought great
ns spend
if" mono WheD' he left Odessa relief by lessening.: I .
lie obtained a. vr>lchUto; ( beg arrest,of hisS a"l- ws-l:'ana ot two who wanted the chief our few brief reara fighting sin and fj' i
,nmeat on the etetera'tfiyoLjh' sum post In the Ntbte31ily of I Jplsej* in the kingdom 'n., too "sated to tiU. "to serving pain and correcting1 fhe''ickldq'ortb" 'I
p&WW mall.
: Ii niq a .. ,.U, :tU ; WVM wklr beyond the. <' .
: "( im1t. one sees only''tno' ragged IU 2mnU |'callMre'fsom.\ haven the Aaai.ritms. voices kidney ':
f: 'rOl'kaI becoming an employe at an Inslgnlfi- ? 1 epee peace. ,, ? t -1' .< |< secretion*. 0 c
,_* #iaratt Itobao.aadhoyendthetaem" -I mntlalhLStatlon-nn nasiitlon '. uto bUll bnlldlo vas ;TbeJTportrait: 'of John in most i people's Now unto the God of all ne. who haUl I 'oao's 'Kidney Pills for"sate-( :by
PI'-.1.minak. as'theloving disciple, rests ,Down called us unto His teraalijory'
;(.acI orcbards, '10.000. feet below. It_I* J master and bookkH\er. ' went rlIst's OoBP-l and hut Jsaus. by Christ dealers. Price. 60 cents..: Fostert. : M1
: .. I .t1hYW4r R"" ,. be glory and dominion fo < '
; 1 '. .,. u 'oi / t'tk.. -,te..peI', sometimes the laYer.t'ti "Krsn Ibnra, COt 8ntal' N'. r.', .,'. '1! \
,.>.K10" \' "I.--vr. ,'.<."...-. i r<,0)!. '". ... 11\. -io. "': .... r : l

w'' hyynr.' , flc1w '.'1':H'! >'lir -' ft'J.. ',,ry.Yn . .;, . "" ,,, ""' tqA (t'.l ' .. "" < '" . "' >' : .. '.. SSt
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Fundy Presents ran ,
Interesting. ,

. . .. . . Tidal SHE OWES HER LIFE TOPU: -NA.i .
Yd"...'. . . '. . . .WtJti h'I reey e. power las been utilised la I'
only a, very small, way; Its largo rue ,
_wa ".'.. 7.....111"- baa always been 'coDald.re4'ubIOll" !

f It will be found an excellent plan tq la the first place tides of a' height HER GREAT Foam.

n&1e a tiny pinch 'of bicarbonate of readily available are local ta theiroccurrence jqjr..

;wIth the sugar, which by tendingneutralise ;' and.'second, tides are es- A Woman Saved from Ule-long ;,

o the acidity' of the frul{. Matlally periodic: so that their direct and '
rill appreciably .reduce the. Quantity power la available only In two short "HJwry- ,Happy'and

f sweetening required. ". tally periods occurring fn cyclic order \ p'f Useful.A .

'" during each part of the tw. t,- f; the carpslrt 's 61'.laltW. FMliM
Wall Paper Lamp *. four rounded confined boas far.
hours as the month (Is woman to several C.a.A.. *.nsrranoss.1PRICE.

Wonderfully pretty lamp shade* are out. Hence, the first problem of tide meat years had with finally a given chronic ap female hop*. of derant-,being"sh ... .

mado of wall! paper almost as lovelyraa utilization ie storage ot power. V ; .f.. .. :
those 'plcture.que but expensive: Jt Is possible by the u*...of-nultipiereseTYoirs had tried phystctan after physician 25 CtNTSC
(!Japaneas.afalre. and remedy after remedy; without any .
: to extend: the use of the Drue .,w eta
permanent improvement A..t 1M e_ v -- ro.cpi
of Urge effective pattern 1* ._ '
Paper tides throughout the twenty-four Her treatment had cost her hoshand _le.. _
chosen: and one must,'of'course,, hart; ;hours, Aitorse, pon ,system" accomplishes who. was-aj> hundreds -dollars.- .. ,04. Mss.CARPBNTeR' *"CO..", ':
: a wire frame to hold ,the completed<< : this end at considerable cost They had been obliged to deny themselvesmany .vlna,i! K,.. rw
evmforts o( life in order to gt
shade. But these two coupled with _
la complication waterways. and variations .money enough to p.,. the physicians.
little cold
paint and
deft angers
}'a head, and even a two pond Th woman had become weak nervous
| some baby ribbon are all the requisites system tour s. and wretched and scarcely able to keep
Oat out six plecea of wall paper of helps > .te.d7.U..of. tidal out of her bR.., children were growIng *. Avery &.CompanySDCCISOOM
[the aame shape and alze. This shape power for part OT the day. There up neglected and ragged becauseofth ,
Is. too great variation In the rate of want of a, mother'. car*. Her husband TO
wide at the
lit three inches top seven was becoming discouraged and bro
land aj half at the ,bottom "and eacb flow in: the tides in different localities ken down with overwork.. ; 'AVERY a 'MCMILLAN,,

ilde 'measure* tbe 'some aa the lower.flge the most favorable case being Picking up the paper one day' she happened Bl-Da Booth rorwyth tiLe Atlanta Ga
that In.. which the tide rises and falls to read an item which contained
and forms an acute angle with the new that Dr. Hartman'would treat -AU/ KINDS OM
fit. :Qut by running. the-lines: in and most rapidly. But the main trouble : such cases' fro of charge by letter She
,king the top of each section bar with the tides ,Is that th.-wtal'rise immediately wrote tb\ doctor describing MACHINERYRellabl
ver you Ret .the required slant; la relatively small compelling one to = her case, and & I.. all her symp. n
(Punch eyelet holes down each aide deal with low, aa well a* variable ;<- She soon received a letter tellinc her

pud Inca the sections together with heads, and. to provide enormous reservoirs exactly what to do, and what medicine

baby ribbon. Finish the top and bottom to store even enough) :water and appliances vet. She began th*
treatment (th principal remedy being
edges with tbe little border of for'as* In two dally five hour runs Peruna) atonce, and in a few weeks; she

_old point, and yon will b.Te'a dainty la very few places would It be pooslbl was,well I and strong again, able to do her

CrtlsUc lamp shade for almost,noth- to rely 'on more than six feet a own" work.
%f% % % '
see ?hl offer of'fre* home treatment to
01. __ Srrop.Pi mean working.hesd.' WOIQe1I. I still open to all who, may need
This means that If the storage pond the services 1 of this eminent pkyncias.AU .'
.. o"l; q.t letter for treatment will be
Glass*: were six feet deep each square mile applying .
promptly; answered, and be held strictly
With proper care cut glass should of reservoir would store ,water for -, confidential. .

keep Its purity for a hundred years. 6.000 horse power for a aTe hour run Miss Annie Hoban, Poet Pocshftntea of

This cannot be done, however If It It Even this loan unusually favorable M.... eR Ycmasse Council of Red Men (Women'
Branch). writes from alt Eighth AT* '
arelcsaly washed In greasy dish water cos*. and It la evident at ones that Nettle N.-yont. .* Frlck Engines Bollsrs, all,

If exposed to, extremities of heat and' hydraulic works on this seal implya .LaroDlsWa "Thro months ago I was troubled with Sixes, Wheat aoparaton.tLZQk.
d.. Cut alai articles require much vary large Investment for the power .w backache and a troublesome heaviness'
about the stomach. Bleep brought me no' M
the processof washIng
care during
ore obtai....
rest, for it was restless sleep. The doctor
than those made of. plain glass, be- TIle only tidal powers to be taken amy nervous .".telD was. oat of order '
use of the unequal thickness of the seriously u able to count .In large but his prescriptions didn't was
Flats. which makes It expand' and relieve me. I... torn that Peruna
work are much a. exist: In exceptional ' '" '" " " ,. pood-for ImiMinr up tbe nervous !system. ,
brink irregularly.Warm spots. like the Bay of Fund)'. where : Mrs. Hattie La'Fountain.'TN<.. Protected none Orel sod Catholic Ladies of After sing it for two months I know I; Su
water the best ga.tlieor.ther the tide runs forty feet high under Ohio writes from Gabon, 0.. as follows: ', now that U is. I want to set that it made "

pore soup and a stiff brush are the first normal conditions. There It wouldbe I -Ate.Nay prat child sees Mra Z awferwder several -.-... with a toms now have woman all of disappeared me. The torturing and I feel symp myself BEST IltrROYED SAWtlllL ON EAITH. 4 _

entlals Wash carefully in a good' possible to obtain for two five Oesr1ngdeagmpsit.a -- stod 'y drwexf/tot heedecAte 1 wan _lrwW' again.' pernna. aid me more good than Large Engines and Belters auppu. ( **!.

cuds and brush thoroughly through all hour runs more than 60.000 hors .." ...", .... _....d/.r"'I., .
MOri ........ c.t. 0I dm. all the other .tdiei. ANNIE ..1<_." promptly., Shingle Mills..Com Mina, t

Elite cuttings. Rinse the glass off In whew s/ iT tr.s vlsltlnv .h0 fold -. -/ fr> Ma mint what clear water of the same temperature A power per square mile of reservoir .._1_UP wlwl.. Ptli ...t/'.red with CP....,....,. _._1.......... My Awa.bastd ,Miss: :Msmle Powell' take: Charles. Steam Qovsmors. Full lane Engine A
glance at a map will show that the Louisiana, writes: "
land set to drain. preewr.d'. >Mt. tJM eveaiop .nT X b.pem> Ie idkO CI .
Inner extremity of the Bay. of Fundy seas .U.S "I sincerely believ tbd Pemna Is Wom l Mill Supplies. Sfna for free Catalogue
After five minutes put la a box:.' la I _-"."0 Ie eTna. lJe,.... '..11.... ..",. aese seed J wee ....e..... an's best friend for it has certainly; been..
I boxwood sawdust, filling all the cuts. almost a tidal lake, known aa the weft, sN4.yew certainty haw *_ ar ..,wIo w.wsw's .......... I .. that to "'.. I bad bad headaches, back.
[ This will absorb the moisture In the Basin of Mlnas. At Its outlet rise .... mvt_* my ,,....... t. wee "." SIRS HATTIK LAFOUN2'Al1I.Secretary .I aches and other aches. every month ra
cuttings.. Let It Stand ten or fifteen two great headlands, less than three ." ,,., ." " ." ,." ." ,." ,..." .,..,,.. long time, .but shortly after I benD foreta I SSRW MILLS
lag Pernna this was a thing of the
minutes then Rive It another brush miles apart, while too narrower tide- Woman's State Federation that it'i. but justice to speiic'a good word and I have every to M rrateful. I with Here's a, tl l
through the cuttings with a dry brushor race between them takes the full current for it because I have found it to be such. take a bottle spring and fall DOW ar.Slt .ltan* aie:*W rksaii a soft cloth. Wipe Inside and *utjUth for the basin 'Wlthl This covers Says l "Pe-ru-na Does More Than a rare' exception. and that keeps my health perfect, and I ;Variable Feed Works.are. uses-t-
untloso linen cloth. an of than 400 "I hare known: several women who were certainly am more robust now than I have Mlled tor Aon.Saot..rwnJorv. Write irmA lor tall
a area snore squaremuss is Claimed For It. been before and I do try as.u..vonaarrsa
littl. better than physical wrecks, mothers am weighing more. tfcSALKJllKOMWOpKS.WIn
desert.1lvaetrenlan.Ysn.tae by
By following these directions l the so that, It issue to say Chat who dragged out a miserable painful ex not think any .one will be disappointed in .$o =i J<.O.
original. uparkle' and cleanliness. of. the. through that narrow ,gap more t1l pItOtoo.CIOO : istence. out were made ,well" and strongihentegft the results obtained from the line of Porana. c
Class will be maintained.Shot ' hors power hours 'rundally ,,-' Mrs. Julia''M., Brawn;' ,' Secretary. of ,ther' the ass of Parana.-. 1 h... known.of : . ." JkUSS XAMIK; : POWXLL.;:
Woman's State Federation of California, cane ef Chrome; catarrh which were If yon do not derive prompt and atlr'factory
should be used In
not carafes. to wast ? 'wntes from 131U Fifth St., Los Angeles, cured in a short time, when a dozen different results from the use of Pemna.write }
cruets' decanters, oil bottles toilet and To utilise It would require an engineering Cal. as follow*: remedies had been experimentedwith at once to Dr. Uartmaa giving a CONSTIPATION
similar articles. It.Is apt to scratch. feat more tremendous than "I ].y. never known of any patent and without good results. I use it full statement of your ease. and he will
Plain everyday' potato parings are medicine which 'did what it professed to myself when I feel nervous and worn out be pleased to give youahiu valuable advice 1Wl.
anything yet attempted by man, but do except Peruna. This remedy does and I have always found that the results gratis.. rp.?_f ..r..n I ..... ala"" ._'
the best cleansing agencies that can In years .to come the game may b.worth' much more than it claim., and while 1 were most satisfactory.." Address Dr. Hartman President .| Th ..... .. ." 6r1a IIoIe weY J" .. cake r I.!r"
be employed. Let them remain In the the. e.Ddt.-cauI.. bagp. have .never advocatedany..medicine I feel JULIA )I. BROWN. Hartman SaniUu-lom, Columbun, O. -.ta.'r' /" { "I'It"" '
glassware over night and then rinse sine.. d .. . ioi ooe.w.,; r'rf. ,
*M 9 *n teeters t a 4Ci ,
out In tepid water. When there are DO ....... ..i*>U luUOTr/ wtth lutorul Nl'-.'rMaM .
M *. fnf .. ... .
r car tbl. tee r I.. fo
stains a sponge, fastened to the end. ...t.u. uU a:<:tf'tf.-a.t. "
FRUGAL. -- . ey::t-; ? .
useful to
of a slick will found wipe
tILe Inside of the ware. In washing "8* the little darling II going to

cut glass put a folded towel In the school *h," t,

bottom of the dlshpaiv unless yon have "T.., Indeed She's. too yourig to 1M Dowels

one of the cedar tabs learnenuch, but aa we have to pay __ n.' :

distinguish between tbe genuine taxes we may as well get something (\,

hindcut glass and that where the pattern for It."-New ,York. Journal.. THE YOUTll'ECOMPANION; .
it bitten "out by Immerstoa"fn a

corrosive liquid, look .,at"the cutting.A CURE 'BLOOD POISON. CANCER." ., ...a.W ..aaM.1.. i--
greasy shading betraying dullness ,- .
la never seen In reputable handwork.. AeklBf a...., nlfrlns 11'..... IteMngkin. .. PI
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riivples, X.tlB. OOTS*. Bl .j 17 t"J:,>! t'a
Kansas City Star. U 1'r \ *_ ,,,1\ "p! wan ,. . The .::fw BR
: If have Pimples Oflensiv '"Ifl. Ii' 1. ::- CiI. ......series m.ser r
., ---' yes .r Eruptions .. .*.....,Co..Cblca *or If.Y..eye y
New $
Splotches or Copper-Colored Eruptions ; Subscription
SALE. TEN IttllOi NffiS
*r rash on ths skin, FssUring Bwsll-
oVSEN" O '' lap'Glands SwoOsn. Ulcers .::: TW B..SsWcnW' wks ale strt sa< ..... .... sap. es SM.. natss el Site fays si sacs -:.: yr
w .
any ..... n
= = '- vita.1.1h'III. *l :.= ;
ef the body, old Bores, Boils, Carbuncles, an a. ..... el The Csamsls ttr Sis ........, wetts el IHX. -- W.. L. DOUCLAJ ., "
Pains and Aebss in Bonesuc-JolnU, flair '_" FREE TM *.... Heaters hr east.,.....; Chrlsnses serf Bmw ,...'.. == 2 SHOESIIt '*$: "
'S3 & -3
: -
or Eyebrows falling out, persistent Sore =.. The TseuVs f.wsslia-fsHaU. ..-Cslssisr aw 054.r .B0>sre asla / -= .
= hnlTS esters sa4 mU.Ttos Tea aaa savs film SS t* Siy..rty by .
Mouth, Gnms er Throat, thin yon have ::-: fks Bnr4w ..... si Tas :- .IsmUhwy. el OM ssel r.....< lor '!':".: woutac W.L.>**gUs$ JOafSSshe*., 1 :.f
Delicate Cake-Put one cupful ef Blood Poison. Tab Botanic Blood Balm _" "W7 __ 'v .y>. __ They. equal these ." '-:;, 'v *

anger in a largo bowl add t* It half (B.B.B.) Boon all Sores,Pimples and Eruptions =. ",..,;.,.. ...._..*.mtmt .sisT
a cupful of butter and twit unbeaten will heal perfectly.; Aebes sod Pains =::: THE. YOUTH'S COMPANION. BOSTON..MASS.. :: to SS.oa you from The S*1 00_ A 4 ,(l. nV'? i* ,

eggs; beat these together nntlt frothy; sew. Swelling snbsids and a perfect, -. .er tneus sal of-\V. LVouglaa >.
then add bait a cup of milk and one never t* return ear mad*. B.B.B.: cures'.Cancers .--. ----. -. .--.------ shoes prove 1l
and half cupfuls of floor alternating ef'all kinds Suppurating Swell- .----. ..----- .r'rcar..rrr..rir. tlislr superiority ores "
a the flour and milk; beat until inn Eating Bores, Ugly Ulan; after.allIs =:.:.:- ----... =.0-::'''::.''::::.;::::'' '" 1\\ . all other ..11... -
----- -+errr rr w.vr' Sold by retail shoe
Hsk. 'J
smooth; ndd two teaspoonfuls of baking fails, haling U-.... pcrfecUyT U =--==: =. rrr..r.Ian.''.W":"1".a Y /., dealers *..*..,' rBft.-Kw* l at $
powder and one teaspoonful efvanilla you ban a persistent pimple, wart swollen _.--.....-....-- -7 I 5J U -t------ear - Look, for name ,and _sanvn BMsViV j

extracts; turn into a shallow' glands, shooting, stinging pains, take Blood -..:==:. _.__ =. :::. :: .:.-= r.ew.r'r'r. c prie.onbONasi._ Mr Dlf] ft"rTkstDM 4* '

buttered pan and bake In a moderate Balm and they win disappear before they .-.......- -. rev-.. .._r..._-rrr.'re-_-_-__.. '- .nsCelt srevwi.1. tare l ii JJ :
oaten twenty minutes; when the cake develop lab Cancer. Druggists. $1 per ------- r -- {vela...../l.Jw'kUW.t sn w
baa been In' tbe oven\ five minutes large bottle, including complete directions ..........-L-t...._... MJa smrnnj y
It with powdered sugar; cover for,ho_'..*.. &fnp!*;'fr*. by writing! f.N t17er''f101f''s...
sprinkle caw ti dill imps /Mex _easel.t ma.......
the cake with a paper for five mlautoat( BLOOD BALI Co., 09 Balm Bldg., Atlanta; .' : "* FIRE INSURANCE. ', aka a .f ..1... n ....,*- .*.... .'
BRAVi FELLOa Hawthorne's' > Calaisfrea.. .W. ... BOmMH. a.. 1IiJI'
Ga. Describe troabla sad free medical of rarest book. .
remove the paper and finish baking. espy w.laxir fkrm dwvUlan bans.eowntry n> n lUrUk > :
advice seat in sealed letter. "Yes." said the .*.*," was sold.m Boston rsesatty v* --> .nf.-.....""' 'a.1enalrlauaa I
ripe .fa rr'.Wwe.s GIve this '' :
the of
Preserved Plums-Cboose large fIl WIi" All eartr ftr* name paper whan .

blue or yellow' plums, weigh and throw. Porcelain .. to painless extraction O.'r one ._.......Ie. ->. S Arlloell.w tork ou,: ._UMDltk. writing to advertisers-(At4VSCAL&BR -
askingiv. mplymeat tift
water. gas anl that's __ OQN't.No nts or -
them Into kettle of boiling -
a 50,000 persons in Japan.Th "021 I" said the alter first day's as of Dr.Klim's Oreat:
Let them stand for a few moments, .* b tt..4. treatIHrr.e
then skim out carefully and spread on Qldss* Vsrry. old "w. 'n be.* .*- ; ; .Kmm.Ltd..931 Areh St..Phlla..Pa. _

large dishes. Remove the skins Immediately Perhaps the oldest ferry in the worldIs gas."You're ere to aid the Berlin police
and stand aside till Deeded For the cross-channel service from Calais a brave the tracking of criminals. ( I

each pound of the prows allow two- to 'Dover. It, has been in existence "Obi It alnt o
tooth it's my Winslow's" Boothia-;Syrup; tor eafldrs*
and for ;
thirds of a pound sugar for more than-twenty centuries .set Isn the ram,redness laflamaw
each sir: pounds
, nter. Put the sugar and the water in it Include every variety of '
United States '
world the
depend em '
r Into a preserving kettle stir until dla- shipping from Caesar's high-peaked ANOTHER cotton. .23 'RIM nut CARTRIDGES ',

,salved, and then boll steadily for five galleys, propelled by' banks of oars, to "And there Is .. (t tU
& aot bsUsv Plso's Oar use aa. W1nchester.22 Caliber Cartridges shoot when
minutes. Remove tJie'plum.. with a> the new turbine steamer.C.tYrh.Caanee I ,baTe observed. ....squat f or.oaxtaas>4 ..w.-.I_ U 70a want n'ss-
skimmer without breaking and pack B.O.r.aWith philosopher, Waakiy.'A, ..' Mpriacs, 1M.,P.e.11.. lea. them to and where you point your tun.: Buy the time'r

them Into glass jars. Boll the syrupfive iiooAi arrucATtoxe: as,they. eaanot beard. are six anal conawrtod with to. tried Winchester: ; having he trade-maxkc": H"

minutes longer, then strain it ranch the seat ot the,dlsoas*. Catarrh.Is a "There Isr -, which extend aitogeUaT. P4--'. stamped on the he 4. Tbey cost only a few cents more'r
rer the plums-filling. each lar brim- constitutional disease,and In order I
f si., Cover' tightly and store in a fool to ours It yoa must.*k*internal remedies.Hall's Uat' ner.Wtl'at Finvtrss Una.... hot II a box than the unreliable kind bat they are dollars better dTOICr3Ak.L1E

place. t Catarrh Con la taken Internally and "That ,the pT.-peccage.. '>_ .. .
acts dlreot ly oa th*blood and mucous serfaeefair. one who boa got 'last, there wr* 38,000 : \ ALz EJU..S KVKKYWratKJC.Dropsyll. ):..
of medicine.It year
Peach Sponge-Fat two cupfuls .Catarrh Ours is not a quack
small ; add Was prsMribsd by ODe of the best physl-. from plagus.
Sfanulated sugar la a pan l* _.
clans la this eouatry for yean and Is a rog.alar .
one cupful of boiling-waters remove the prescription. It Is omposad.of. the KEEPING TSP : : > '
scum aa It rises; peel, ''GDe pound ofApaGhee best tonics known. *oa bUed with,th. best I "Traveller (to the ITE STUART'SI AIc 0IRFreshPackedorafltcsf : !
cut them in halves, remove blood partners, acting dlreotly oa the ran- J U 1
of eons surf -. Tb* prfot omblnatioa ot.tb thee rlvr)-Has . GIN BUCHU. :lm_ from now until December %ib.
tie pits; slice the. poaches one-third .U what produces such, lost In this Cash with order.
two ingredient
all wo*islet er as th. trlesos W Nice WANTED-.JU.OJO pounds Dressed Cat-Fish '
an inch thick; put them Into the boll wonderful results In coring, atarrh.. Send Boatman-No'' erffr with Ei\a y.<4.r dat',. C0rrespnn lenas .nllelleil. ; !
ing syrup and cook until,tender; put toi testimonials (r*.. was drowned here ...... D5......a sasusto MEW ., *Marl> W* f.f Uw Illahrat. Cask .-rise for Otter days, .lI'ecu.prm* *ml eve d
add r. J, CM..BT Co., Props.,Toledo, O.: a4 nm.ia.Iks ITMU sssitkera KMasy*.. Pom. JUoeoon akin and Alligator Bides |i>,M( 4.d."... TrIoa't t'ft '__ _
half a box; of. gelatine in a ; Sold by druggists, pxf a I6e.Bali's .' found him.again .r Msdtala*,will a*seat _teolaMtT Ira.., hip s.. yo r furs.NY. .... .,..... ....sN,Mfalner _"
to it half a cup of cold water; let soak the boat. weeia.--'Pea.noa. MmllM iklsjMMr.- Address f/TUAJtT Write'ssy, '
until the peaches ,are ,tender then )'uaU,1'U.le aos / .. .. . Y'1ro pr.Nt s a. Atfa.q.os-: ., B.-HAK1N50N CO.. EI $il MEf.. Fit. + .. V?_ seeliUslS..' .** a MrW. .; %<]

..l fir it Into the syrup rub through a The growth of ,the nails, Is, more ;

;trainer; beat the whites of eggs to a .rapid In children.than in adults, and
slowest in aged., ,It goes *n more .
tiff troth;,when the peach mixture, I'
'cold beat the White Into it: continue rapidly in .summer: than in winter.: ; Plantation Chill Cure is Guaranteed tttt .,

until it thickens. then turn It into a '.)Iris Leland Btartfocd Is ssfld to carry, f'r.q'.r

howl and put on Ice; when ready toserve a larger amount of Insurance MICE any tic
turn the mould .a a platter and other:woman Ite' the.vworld.xHer, poUclea -' "

.servo statue with Tsmllla"to custard *r. with thin amount to1 more -thin j A',1x,000.00. i r I t' .To';cure, or.money_ "rerunded. .;,your* > .t-Tt.e hant* *00 why t not try ,it? ', Price",.OC.i' . .l ,

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.: '(Adver4i.ementf' iDttttgerouss/ Month. Order'' for Pubhcatfon... 1 xsoc bcooqcococooooooofcoooooocoooooococcooooI 5 Is YOUr Life Worth

A GRAND OATHERIKO This is the month of coughs cold.Ihd to the Ch'OulCOllrt, 7th'judicial Circuit The bad leek
.., Onooola County Fwrlda' . i 'bane, of I Jj? So T1-YA Bottlo .
'To Protest. a.aut the Tyrutiy of acute catarrah. Do you catch t lu Ch.Jda muceo'. LET f US ,

11 FanatlcUta ...ld'ealllyt' Find yoursulf hoarse, 1111<1' . !
vl S Dill for Plro.tiei that seems to have no turnIn4 -

From the AUtnla
The greatest and'most. onihusiaml. uioying cough* at night/ Then,. you In the above stalud' eau.a that DnWILE Ha" )'t thouofendaul s. ring, if you '''conanlt uaTt1IS

crowd that ever assembled! in Atlauil/ ,mid always,have handy, a bottle of therelu named It s mldent or the, .about the kind of Fertilizer
ailed De ifouse ......of florid"*, and h4roslduttoeisunkmOWu f'I
Qtvo'Opera ar.k Ulard" Horehound Syrup. J. A. and It .o<.reilug. lilnmelf tu that service ouuuoiII need for soil.
packed Us envh'onsalt, the of Iwouty"ouo you your
t, nltfht. I JM hint "' bite, and ll over wo
Ten thousand men nhoutnd ttm ,tderson, 354 West Cth St. Sirlt Lskff )tetra; I III therefore ordered thai said l Write r our little booklet R
elves hoarse .. ': writes;. "1ft gives laimwdlate ro- efvudHiiitie. and ho In nurebv. rvuuUrlid u e ale I '
In Indignant ) meld UPON YOU Jon Fertilizers\ which is fret
prolesagainst' itof. We know Its Die Wilt remedy for pear W tb Hill of Con'I'lahilIUed In caimoou ,
thd renewed juityit to wiek I or 't.uloroMouday thu Till of LiyLOuiher.
a the city by pJ'o lbIt1on. The march' these-troubles.' I write this to induce A 1> IUU8. otlurwlae\ the illcsHtlouiiof ...Id.b.11| for the asking, |
to tfio other- opte to try a pleasant and etllrlnt will hoskuuaumitessedby aald drfendaimL.Ii .
Opera House began at : --- t
seven I h further ordurnd Hint thin. onlor ,be pub.
o'clock and aucli a march haw nbvey ( remedy. 25c, BQo and 1.00 at llsh9d.oncoa weak for dvo.nulI" uliUVo weukittTTtho ''ly price ',

(yen seen to Atlanta sliu'-c Slierinuo alldruggists., Kh..hnoU..V"I: liHXuiin, a uewepapvr I filrjnest Gash .' f '\'" 1,.

,+ and Joh.aston led their aoldiers nubllHhiiil! :: Jy In::bM."d; ; -lato. -% 4 1IfQ'. ''' Pain tor Dry Bones. t
the ., .
through city JSO.: M..LKI':I ; .
r Among the great number sealed on Notice of Sale. lE*L.l. Clerk Clnmlt. Court.Bjr We defy the worldW pI'oducoam "

f 11.the Rtniro at the Opera John House were Dr .UmlerelI4Ip Oil. the MiraAanoo Ut dAf. \..f July a e..nllhl.'1WW. by decreenndured lliolion TAYLO\lu W.:,H. JOJU..llTON.I. Dcinitytlerk, FLORIDA i FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING CO' lulu, for the cure of all forms of. Klq
-Spauldlngi FlUon U. M.
.. if JIT" '
of the C .1111 Court <
i. \V. Locke. Judge and Uladdor t.t't.ubla..and'dl.eal
llaln, Frank Col ley, Mayor 1'rlee of Unltea for llio Southern Olntrlvt ofahcmlti I dolioitorforl'omttialuant.\ fey !,
the ........ OAINESVI'LLE
"" Macuu Mayor Cooler, I'oguuaater I lu B ItLNl1ClIlrl1aiilluwelver: .. thetN.doneRa11W.YDUlldlpgand ., --: FLORIDA. Ifo peculiar to women, that will qua 3mlLh'a
Jlcnffoe Collector Crcnslj&w Dr.. IUd 1) of "- I' $ Hurt K1c1l1e--Cure. 'Nlnety.(
\ Order For Pnblicauon. 'A MAi1N
Ifmn aHoflnlloiiliitioinplMliiMit ..NT.V.. B.. ON -CO.
of the
Holland John bllvcy: CouucllmanHeMtell. Mild SuKMiniUl A Waldron .C '. i iIn eight per cent case\ :with!
.. LlvinffstoDi' Mling) Jacob rr pi>iidfiit, I, ('li". 8 Admim. ai 81'11.1' Man-. the Circuit Court Tth J..Ml.'laClt"..\!.,j ( aoQCeooooooooc
Haadi; J, J. .tfpaldlng( : ,"'Walter\ : !Broivn 'I .a.9') fair nhnll fiiKh Hi. pithllo to Iho! ani'lloii 1ilKhe expmo b ',.lets for Iwfore mleNiidvl tlioionrl . Oncuula" Cuuutj luC ', rkirlda.Cliau.ury. 7 IitG under our observationhavo, been cured.J

.loliu Uynn, "l' A. I'. Woodward,: Hoinio door of the I lri'i>ll t. ,Court Ui and. A KlrkUud f'''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''''' +tV'WHAA'wrfN' """, """"", Wo self\\ our 1)1t'IUCI110".on' a posltirMguarranee !
John L. Tye, J. Van licit Nash, ;, TJrKubt. I fiir, tlie" ('''ii''Jy of OHronlH' MAte of Florida, ,.... )I Hill for DlTorouMancarut if directions arefolow dj
Went Moreland Peter Lynch during the honri of publicKrtlo on Klrklnud > i and 1noni.>y-wtll be refunded If cure
A. CARSON, i>ronltt..t. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. '
rH )I.,, Hoy,' W. M. Heatlv :A uo H Fox, TUF.8PA.lnCI.MJlEn8TIt.IDrnl.lIlli4 : It w i>|ie \rlnK by aftldavll appended to the bill not ofTectud. .;
folloulHH real) ditntn. 'In Iho town nf Klu- filed lu the above itatud cause that \tarxaret} .
John James > PI'lee)0/ cents Itlu1.$1.OO. Foe sale
I- O'NolllV. bj
Uerkl'JAI Klrldamml.thedufoudant therein namedixmldvntof ire a $ '
>imnicci. (1X000 a County Florida, to." lfIrfitniunbprtwoj'Jlol 'J: :a: :EJi
1', H11J Schmidt, Dr. CurU!, James ) block numlwr fonrtoeujU 4 he Mate of Florida, and her ,..oJ- looola I'liarmacy. 2
'{ AodeiMon,.W.A.: PloJ/ er, James. >..l Patrli-k't Addition te"hl town of 1'.1.. dcnrelaiiuknonu.I aiorulliiR hernelf ,othat I
.. Ooodlett K'iflnnw said lot (U"IL"o'hu"lrt'd) and (-'" aert Ice cannot bo had "I") oi| her, and ll i III!
( J. C. Bell
the of It la therefore .
over ago iily.ouiveam Carson--Grocery
Sliwt,l Mliorwlili nil
Kmidulph i
,, A.;. C. .,Faln.Tiey. C. Scott, J. W.JUI"'I I Nod Sli: (l;.h'I&III.r feet on lh..t".mo". iieroJlumciiM( . ..udmn'uin.utttieintliercuntpbuloi'clnK. ordered that taut defendant.. and II.e U:lirrnby Waters & Co. .

tar, oi.d others of Ahu. .aiost influential .,or III wnfwlio raqninil to appear let Iho Mill of COm.lalntfiled
ci tlZen I npiicrtiilnlnKi *<'.r! alin ml lliv rtKhl. till. Iti rtild ennui) iu or before Mpuday, the Tthdnv
I. I of >>.... "'b.1 A I> 1901.: othurwliie the'allu* .
hI.I'Hiid clMira of lima pol4rmtnludentthorn-| - -- Kotall Dealer InO -
The building trembled with applause) lib, ami'1 th4mla KHtlona of said "III111 bt: tnkeu "t cuufowcd, '
an Captain Howell rose to speak. He I' .CUAii. R. AliA)!8. .. by ...1.1. defendant I 'C"
tilt-Idl! I $.1."lal Mantcr. litefnrlherurdemdthat< tutu order be pnWIfohed c-F; E i I E S
OOfER A COOPER: once week for five I'oiiHi-clithc! wtd kIn "
Follow CHllcns: I may rot; It Is bins for Complalnau, ). thn Kimlmineu Valley tvaeeiU. it now. 'tpaitur"
true, be able.tq make you u .. pubar1m"lInenidComitytud5Lal0.1
apt.'tC8' Lour t'lia Nov 6th, 1MU! _4.
a would like
but''ona thine you 1 can promiw you, what, Notice of Master's! Sale ;ill.'i Clerk JNO.I (M.." ..J.I-It/honrt/ $ .' \\l jV:: . COUNTY" AGENTS FOR : j/ $ nits

'facts quad ffgurea I shall give you will Undornnd In i)"....".00e'.>( A certain dvrrcunndfrod By \V R JOHNS ION, $ -."- $ T
r nt llte-'h' dry of July, 1'Xlt! tiy the Deputy ler '. y c
laud. I came to this place lil the 'I !
to I Mnnornblo \V Locke: t Judge of lima ('lrrult JN1AVIXIR. KAYG11A1N ()nArr}
3',1101',1851. Atlanta was.than a halt C'Mirtof tho V'ltcd hiatus: for the Kouilinrnliinlrlctof riullulKir fur Complaltiaot.NoUce . i l Celebrated] Fertilizers I
vllUp-o. I saw It uu Into a town Fh.t.I..oI'I laKilHlurnnfO .
Uhmior llIl"lI.
grow > a -----------'r' ----
thou Into a city. I have ".....Jit tried ..h..I" n H ...t...n> iff. *n itoicUrrot I .$ .- P I T 1 C.M e
,} ilia NMIonil Rallnny BtldliKHiilhnai I of Application to' Soil s'I'
/ I have .
tire. rr'nom.
by It
seen caVerge: : > JtK.onliUl n, in i'oroplMlnmit mid lUiio r I , Circular and Price ,
all it? trials triumphant, I have ', IMiu..lriKlil, and UruinviL Howard TclKMif, A J..and.s.Noting !"' tR-- Pernimihedo.Apltlic.tiu.. -;="rqw
marked its vroKi-ess until It became'the : Clujuin Tolwnii, Klolnti K Tet "nn and Kdnu I'j i ; T \
T.:bniui, inlMom. amid C Sewn Fleming Hiiurdliiii la beveby frl\en that, A. sill on the 7th. -
most -
enterprising and J>rooperoltsl rut ,lute of Bald I minor are reap<1cuu. I. day. of n""III"e'1; ). j ifl3: iictltlun lhi Connly .
city in all iho)SonUi. It up i lm. 8 Adnmua* 8|>uul l Mater, siren] at null: JIIKI of OHtHiobi Connlv, tlnio "nf Fl'trMn, c
to two years ngo.tthen/: it began to Ito iriti.lion I'xiwwc forealo' und loll for CRKli) to for ail order to ncllot ]irlvateiale the follow log 1IIULS.hUHS W O
decline. What caused this ? tli<- highest tMder before the Court House door real vitiate Irlniritiid bi'lnir In Ohreola cotintnld >'. OL-j,
, decline J o< DID J Iroult Court In nxl, for the County ofOwvulA I Klatc of rUirlda. doMrilbcd an follow" Mrs. Laura. S.'' Webb. .
(A- voice: "IYoUblUon.j Atateuf' Florliln during the hours nf : The Mouth hiilfnf the Houihwcul <|imrt(>r ''*' S
"Is there any man of sense In At- ] nlillc Hale onTCESDAY.DKCfvMBKRhTn I II of M1v141, ) >1"1.1"0\ (J). 1 1"1' ;:r.. A of K u I-: Produce ".t..r..ld..t Woeaae5.15..1.. ,
Yanla who dose know Also luirlllnlii ss the dM minor "it H\M4 uC'' Couzitr'- a. Specialty.i1NN ere/e11bm'17orNwuUW.. ,..
not and admit JeS, i .
I 5W4men.2'l.'P'paSN.It/\ ) : athpmre' riinnlnir Iar -:
) the. cause of the'decline None of the the loiii\kliin] real ORtMt>, to.ilt; : ::-011 >' l'r speakers l sticks to the truelbue The Kinth 4 wo'tlilrd* of. lot nniiibor Xivci :7)) j yiinltllciuc'MiiHh U0 )."...1.0: plai.c- of I I.virlnuliiK.4hu """"""' ""' '''''''''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''' wee' fail ipjiro.chln; I notfctd WIM fi
4. involved, la this content. They. ; of Mink nuiubur seven ((7, of the .Hoiitl' PlorlKallro :? jiaiuiubeliiK the ymiMY'lV-of. Luwliumniiliih of C rdul, end decided to try a fl
* deal In 'gilr.teringgeueralities and Introduce amid frontliiR)' ,A0)) fir,t ou Church Nov :ind (:101:. tie. I experienced soma>> relief that
issuer forepln to the Question. Hlruli rid riinuhiKuu. \ wcnono Liu mid roil 1 a. d T.I" AI.DKKMAN, lint month ... I kept on taking! let. ..'..
The real question id dot nut,.of whisky; r.'n t11x'k: o ((I .I U> foi-t |. nn alloy' tlmilot one ilo h' Uuardtan ul LCM' In AIIII".lul Hg ...MK. .gmBit.. MgBe frymryrnro = [=w U'< I (three/ months end t'w I mcnitniU?
< "B" of OMal'i "I l Onborno'H Ail.ll I
au "ov-C';it Aldormnn. mluur.
or no whUkey. but Bale or no sale 1 lot lo the(own of klmliumie. ('it}' and fromluu 1 I with no pain and I tl, all tate It oft tatf von

They sro oil and talk U temper on Mibbclt Mri-il'ii .y 1111') ht rinnilnm now until I hive $i.d thscllmM." :
l u uk in, i uinlri'd' and 111 I l\ feel i +>) toai. all \ I
'ancei'They argue: that j bisk.o.\ aud; "bmiiiilcd, o the Cart "hOriiutlln" av'enlli. rilUaubnM ..Notictof Application( Tax High Grade WhIskeyKentucky K nialr' winkiu is, disordered t tm
'should be sold because It h sometimes : bi-lnj: In Kmllou lnnl>''nnu ((2I). > :"iM<*s, falling of the womb and ,
abused.. They might as well arguettgalaut I TOM iihi|> lll'ellly.lho iJ'i! ,; South RanKutwcutinine Deed Under Section 8 of ..vanan (n>iil,l'j: not war off.'iThtyfui' ''
((29) Rnst and Moctlini twenty.taI (Z>,. In I .
fire. Lawsof ) ',
Because fire ;
produce Tontikhlp.('IIr''e: (ill' ", .lIlh. R iiKOlweut).. Chapter 4888:: : ... mt thlwlUlee ,
steam and -steam sometime bursts I !lliio(2i( > l-ant, respectively] k'gvl.ler with nil Florida.Xoliro I of life. I J' "' buttAke WJnsu
'bullcr and causes !!.Os1.ructloll of property ai.d iluiruiar, the loiiuinoutn.:: I hcndltamuitin; ; andarinurttiiianoen :.: I of CarIIII.! ..,., avoid tbetrou-. ;
thertutito bt'kinging, or lu AII* : 1\.111.1 Wi .
and life Would'abolish fire ExchangeAND dui fails .
they never
"tseupmrtaluing.ud, al'o ...1 the rlkbt.; titer: la hereby ClVi" that E. L. U Oratree .
and say: "It'T get rid of It, and Interest and olalm of tho napoiidcnu therein, I 1re'UI.'r l of a pan of Tax Urrtltlcate: ::177. I to l Imtui ji'( >i mg woman c4 tv .
when we want to get warm, let's go and Utcrcto. dated the 4ih of Novemlier'/.. I). Wy-..b i flloiraid ."y'age '. ... Cardui relieved
of the CHAP t B ADAMS, certificate- In inv nfllc-c and IIBH imvlca|> ?In.Vpt. '-hrnChowuindjo11a. '(
out county. (Laughter Mn'l'r j' pll,'anon. for tax 4eod; to Laos lu acOnedanrewith > '
cheers.) I am in fav/orcf It. hut .in COOPJ1R; k'OOI'ER. ..FIOOCI..1 I' law. Salt uerllUcatu cnibrriceK thit 9llowUiH I WI.) Miietothechangbb's *

-1-.:all places where prohibition has I bo -u Norm' / for 4.uin|>laluantNotice 1 Alfw fllM! I ;:: : H.
M. 111414V
cootPlarldttow0!: <: Nh'rj of KSW4and .
In vogneliquore, have bctn sold ex F-"oo. Illean nl '\ it does
as of 9etak'I :i H. U :2XK Thetali : I
I Wi! 8.:14) p > .L .
freely as In Atlanta. Just as long as for Tax I ]land being wuHtmivd at the dale of the l a. fANAG NI now. 1t.1. dt now avoid the
It l le profitable to sell it will be sold. of Application i >uaiiceof such cerllftouto In the name of F .- stiffprinf *"<. M.J..:-ed. Druggists "

:*.: Coining-near home I offer the follow- Deed under Section 8 of j i I I, Sublet.leemwl apronllng Uuleai said lo I law tcrtllltatu, tax deed ahall will htrrt iMii .+ soil 91 L ', ". Wine of Carclul.:

big: statement of our collector Internal Lawsof 1 thereon ou the Kith day of Nurciubcr, A D.haw. I now have the largest: stock. of \VincBVliifckies
revenue: Chapter 4888 1 \\'ltn..>. my oflli lal plpnnture and pea and Beers in '
t "! have issued $1 special tax stampsfor Florida. thla the 14th day of Oilober, A. 1 U. H:KJJ ever handled Kishinunee. All N F AlRD lI
JNO. M LKF. grades at to -unit the tinier- '
tho gale-of prices _
'" > liquor Fulton. County V-itlei- liorebv Klvon (hit' 8 II Bullock |>nrrhawr ['BALI' Clerk'Clrrldt ourlOnutola ,
.. for. the year 1887. of lax, t'ertifliate: o. fil<, tI...... tlrt County- Florid*. r'w
t Within the lagt'week 1 : five new distilleries lied day of Jnl l+. A P I. hM flied laid crrtlilrate By W R JOHNSTONE D <1 1 '
In tny olllre., and haa made nppllcotlon _
,1 : have r I'llIt.el'f1d'and began op- for tax. deed to Imue hi aooonliiico with lau' TU'CiTRACE; : ..A. pp.sCJ.A.I"J-Y-: : : : .
eration. Three have doubled, their Notice Creditors.Notice . '
Hald iM'rtltlcnle entbreer.-the following diarrlbrd I to ; ; wn M IS 1101JT
producing/ capacity from 20 bushels vro.|".ny fiiuaud. la Oiveola Count' ; ; liu Fl" .j w '
l of grain per dav to 40 busbelsporday. Florida u : tuTiereby given to cnidlUira, l legatees Via' l Lend and Addl ]
O Co'i
Four have doubled by Increasing. Improvement and distributee"' and all persona having. de- A. E BEARDEN A GKOVe Off
lion lo the luwn of Klailmmue. ammtthe'eM>Uu of Harah A davaxi.leceaned ;. : Proprietor.
', ; from 10 to 20 bushels of our grain per Tho. .aald land below anainviedf{ at the.dUo. ft* -.metedly!;. to jire,tut the nme.. duly autheutloaled .

day I have noticed that. ttve more rd A Canby o' aucli. eettlfioata'. '.In,' t IDED -
tnvrwle the muno will liebarrmll
1 grain distilleries will\ r RlU( >r .and ) wrtlllCite" ) kfttlt iroileein'm11aowvring and by alfpenui I.w. 1 Indebted U> ald cliche, ---1...
lwgtaope aVlOu therlast of the mouth to law, lax dood will .ISHUC tlivrut herebr renueMwil. lo inakelininedlaM uttluluent
There than ,ou n < the 2'trd: .... of Noreinher A., D. 1DU8.L .,, Sr.
are more twice as with the underalgned3hla '
many '
lineal my nflteiat rlgiiatim .and teal Ihta the, Wlh day ot te >tmber A I) iKrl.EOBKWI'BSAVAOE!' .. .
distilleries operation now'thaD bed :22ud dfj of October, A I< 1UUU: : : ...
,; fore prohibition went Into effect.' 'The JN". M LEE Al Kxocutor of the K tate nf I'i 77WWMM
production of cure liquor 1$ Gooi'gla r reei.J') Clerk Clrcu t Court Harsh A. garage, deteaind pc-.cooooccocccooccc-: t:
Om'eoln Florida.
during the month ofOcTcbcr7, was I Br W B JOHNSTON D. O.County W J SEARS Attorney '
three times as much as was produced J
. -- ---- -- --
In the,cor res pond lag month of October I fER. T. BUTLE-R'E

1885. My collections for JLhe tax ;gear ;I ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD CO. .

;..? beginning '.JIII, 1, J88: and ending,:: I IoW

Jane 30-,>1887f,1-e.e3z.00Q.;,. : Jn excess SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 21, 1903. : A

I' --AJkaJi, corresponding: year endiojf Juue:' '82 ti't.o\'I'JONIi. 21 _R6 G ALES WINES I BRANDIES'

J 30,1885. My collections for the current 7 HOB. 80Ap Lv. .. .. . . . . . . lampa' . . Ar 7 2a 10111I1' G :
,, l': tax year will be 975,000 greaterthan 8 IX a tI 07p LvH . .. . . .. . .PlantUty Ar, A 2'2. II -tl> p WWI ., .

for the; last tax year My ,col 10.II.U27p oIu a 9 IW p Lv Ar . . . .Klamtmm'e Lakeland ..'. . .. ... .- I.Ar" 4 6 04a 60.I 747p Kip I L Y Y I S IN. I E S 2EJ4S AND:[ no! U.sJ.Jc.1J! W L. .1 They Area( PwOFITAasGOIFFING'S '

'I 'lections are -almost e ttirnly from llq- 10 ,... U08a. Ar. . . . . Orlando . .. .. . . Lv 8 20 .a 7 II p ;
uor. The llqor produced at the grain II Mia 1 (Ha Ar .. .. . . . . ... Sanford . . . . . ... . : . .Lv .2CJ.I rip E
dUtiUerlej nods sale . 1:1: top IMo. ArI . . . . Orange city JunctUn .Lv 1 2AaLv S Sip E
: ready as fast as SOp ...... Ar. .. .. . .. . .1. PvLand. . .. . . . . . . . .1.. .. 4 NIp CIGARS AND TOBACCOS I CATALOG ;
loads.At: least 93 per cent, of the 9 4160. .a Ar' .. .. .. .!. . .. . . .:. PulatkaJacksonville. .... .. . . . . . . . 11 PS p aMp I' ,
"lidor made in my district is sold In 4 Slip 7110a Ar . . ... . . . .. ... . .... . . .... Lv II 10 a 1 SAP>
i i fTQeorKla Many of the 11'1'0.1011st1l1er- 40 STATIONS"'; 8W-H5 S TELLS ABOUT THEM.vri .

tvr lea are In,dry .counties. '7 80..t'f'.. ... . ... ... .. ... .. . . . .. . .Tampa . .. : ". .. .. . . .. . . . .Armkoland. 10 Tip !
t 4'11IL.' ..... . .. . .. '. . . . .Lv II *.i> Anheuser-Busch Beer "'wlnity 1-'luil Hell of Pcno.
t' Kespectfully, 111 'f' i i.... .. .D.d.. ... City. .. ... ., ..,......,. ... ... ..; Lv 61\1I1' A A -
} THOS.! C. CB; NsaA W, JR.; 0e Lv.,..... .. . ... ......... . . .. .. BronkevUia.Leoibnrf .. .... ... ... .. .. . . .. ,Iff 4 V>pI.T ; Also A complete lUia" of Fruit and Or]
'Colleclorjnujrnal Revenue State' of ,ILVMV. .J.... ..... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. . . 4 4H|. I ON DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED
Georgia.: < JOp LV. .,... ... . .... .... ..., .. ... . .. ., Ocala .. . ..... .. ... .. ... .I.v 6 imp L' L ; "&II& ...... 21 40|> Ar..... .. . ............. .. . .. .. . Oalaenvllto . :... .....j U 4<)p ,
.- - 2 flOI'| LT........ ......... .. .. . ... ...High Hprli g* . .. ... ....... .... .. .. . . . .. .Lv 1 14uI . Fre.
N TIDE M2OpLv> .... .UveOak, .. . . v 10 AAa 0 Can only'be found in Kissimmee ;'

t OF. ELECTION. H l..p Lv...::::::::::::.:.:.:.:::::::..::;::::::::::Hayoron.1 I ulmnt..w.':',::: :: :::. ..:;:::::::<: : : > ::Lv Lv 7 8 4Oa 4me6'LipAr O Street, at.. the BRICK BAR on BUILDING.Broadway 0 Addraw rum 6nirriNet .",08. oo.. '

;teAre "'III"' ;by' rind thAt'.tlle 40 -' -S.TA110NS.' 9V-a5 0 JAOKSONVILLIW.A. .
IC4 <.... 0' lie IU..ctt"c for TnsperWn . . 8 (Up CT . . .., . . .. .. .. .A. Tampa .. . . .. ... . . . .. .. . .Ar 10 SAp; .
ES..lfo. .....n .ppolntod a "nd wet std hry .. 11071' I... . .. .. . ..... .. .. . ... ._PI.ntIt ... . .. . ... . .. .. .. . Ar W4Sp>. . wall e Nd ,,'' calledLon 7'00* tlMp Ar'. . . ... . .. .,.. .... . . .Lakelandburtow . . . . ... .. .. .. .. Lv H :Sip 111I1. NR.T.BUTLER. N
Nnvember2mh, lute. 'U'I'IIIIII.II. 7 BO a 10 :27 p Lv. .. .. ... :.. . .. . .. .. . . . .. . .. . .. .. . . . . Lv 7 AOp\ 6 OOa U THE
.( By order of .the Board of . .1386. Lv. .. ... .. .. . .... .. . . .. .;,.Arcadiarunta . . . .. . . . . . . . . Lv 5 Pt p, BUY W1
4.loeere. County COIDII1II. ,: . ., 1 5Ha Ar,.... . . .. ..... .. Oorda . . . . .. . Lv 4 OSp .
i )(. LHK.C' -'110 . S ATIONS. .'1>1.520pL'f' c c.ooccCOOOJOC! ooooo

.'. iNS 'k. . . .. . ... ..... . . : ... ... . .. ..Tampa . . . .. . .'.. . . .. Ar, Anna'
Br..W:, R. JOHK8TON, D, O. .' *.0 JlOp At.. .. .... .... .. ... .. . . ".. . -. ThonotoaaiwaDally . . . . . .. . . . .. . . Lv 6 as aJnd NWUMESEWING
,' Except Sunday ------ ---- - -- .
b- 4 ----- -
711O.aWp. .. ... . .. ... . Line Tampa 'lndJ.lne.. .. .. .. . . .. . . .It lain M Hop
F ,.NOTICE. 9 80. a 6 flop..... .. .........:....Ind Line 8U Petersburg I.v Ind Lute . ,. .. .. .. 9 0a 4 Wp( ,
_ .., At Ii: Csfi 'or the . .II/IIIp./ .. .. .. . . ... .. .. ..".OLL.IIJ.Re"'borgA'ltCI.. . . ... . . .11 DOa
J 'Vommlalonerr meoting. held Bi" r on the 17'b dam of Novemtber ... ..8 4I1..A CLArClearwaterLv. C L.. . ... . . . .. 7 C9a
i"Ci.rt.f:? Election Ism the folowl-. g ln.'p ot n. and .....1I4Mp... .. ... .. ... .. . ..AC L Ar Dunedin Lv A C L .... :. .. . . 7 aoa( . _'.., if
.Jh..pI'e1al KleotloB w to r be uppoinKxl held 011 the to serve. nt . .. 7 ]hp.A O L Ar Tarpon Bprlgna Lv ACL, .. . ... . . 7 dM7R MAYNARP LUMBER Co. Do not be dwelvixl! by three who

''JSTH'DAY OF NOVKMBEK: A D 1W. 22 11'1 23Jackaouvlllo Wi 21 7S vertlHe a $00.00 BewiilglUXchlne fof
C i a MP s op SlOp Lv r' OOaWaycroei / 11 SOp\ 9 flop SOftp/ Lv JaekannvllleValdonu Ar 20.00,. Thl kind of a machine caJt.
"to leel.l .
< whether the tballI Intoxicating Uq- 10 oop 8 lAp 10 )roll Ar Lv 6 Sea 11 "a 6 !IK>p 11 Sep Ar J.. ,
(' uort, Wlimi .nd Been bn prohibited iu 1 Kiat 80p-l4' Ar25a Savannah Lv a HOaCharleaton 8 40a a 20pII Iftta Ar06a Thomanvre Lv be bought from us or any" of our!
!::08o'<"ola County' SUM of Florida" ta-wu; II : 4 Sop Ar Lvll nit'' :2A|> II / Ar Montftom'ry Lv Saw and dealer ftvin flS.OO t.O >118.00,, ,,f I
:. .PRECINCT KO. 1.' Ar Wilmington L.t t 1204p Ar Birmingham Lv710p ,| Planing Mills
al Ar NaahvllleKvanivllle Lv .
l B.Ii. T W.'' Eilli J M WlllMU, Jr.. InSpcptora A 48 aLv .
7 S 48 Ar Richmond v' OSa 7 1260
4Ap 2ftp a Ar 8Mp THE
E. Yowell. Clerk. NEW HOME 'IS'
r 11 4 7 HOa Ar Wa.hlnirton Lv II 4raBaltlmo S SAD 911 a At OJilcago Lv 7OI p THE BE
| PRECINCT NO. 2. '. 1 2IU 9 Ifta Ar -a Lv t 87* 1 Up Now in operation Complete House 'Dills The Feed determine
720. Ar 81 Louli Furnished + the
Lv" ( strength <
4 or 11 Ar l vii 41a 11 Ma 1161'I
rip Philadelphia
'W w I. J H Bronnon. I.:Oventrect, >a Yellow and Pitch Fine
l'' ''ID.pecton, Q W Oakes. Cler;.., 7 m 1 Mp Ar New York Lv 9 tip 9 2a! 280a Ar Lv 11110.i Timber and Lumber of all Kindt. wcaknc-wt of Bowing Machines. ""
: 7 an a Ar Cincinnati Lv 11 UpAr Joub'e.'eed combined with 'oth
PBKC1NCT5O.S.1B \ J 11 15 a Li MnnlKOm'y A Up ORaERS Pl.,TrA PRo Ir
L'2-. strong lain ta makes the New He
D WooUin W I Brawn. KM RoticrU. In-. 4 lip! Ar Mobile Lv
'!.pt'Ctt. )... W "'flVJokland.C4t ."jf"". ,8Up .Ar Mew Orloa'i. Lv S2ua l/l1p: MAYNARD the bent Bowlug Machine to buy..,""

r. ...,.,....iey Slnmoo Will Goblet, Xi JI)'Wh&1e", PORtTAMPArKLY WEST- ( VANII'A LIKK. ; Write (fofCIRCUURSr"t !:atylna the 1 1wa f'
Leave Port TampaArrlva IIuod.i.. .
;} ", vn, Mania Tbonu! *. Clerk Thnndayi, 11 IS p n Maoh
aI ..'., ; PBIC1NCT f0.. o.} .' l.eaTe K Key>y Writ West :Monda Monday)'.. frt Frldavi>\\r: *. .7 I 80 80 p p m ra J manufkotara. _ '
n 8emaer Jofto H Blmnooi. W,Mettle, Arrive "..anD' Tueadaya.. IHatardayi. 6 OO a m -
m' ipeotorsiB.e .aolerJrclerk. ,- ......Hivanna. Tueidaya, Bainrdaya. '12 oo noonTneidiyi. TBfjEW HOME SEWIRC IACKlt':,

: : FKE(7INCT<:NO. S.t . ',f. Arrive Key WeilLeave .. Buturdaji, I 00 p in .
'l'1 P
D'R' M 011..1. Maa. !
7 mTunbiln, J ....... tinier 8r. A B BUM..; _i ,....rrl..l' Went. ..' Wednetdayi'l'ueflJa,., Buodayi Balnrdaya, 10 t 80 80 p p m m OAF FETT'S III Union( Bq. :K. X.. CWoagoILL,Atlanta,<

..i>w on, J MVWitatn.. Clark; .. . tr ID'j aL LouJaMo."DliI..ToLo. Hap J"nDOkoot<
PBBCIKCT NO. 7.Eobt.'L . . _-:---:- THROUOB CA. ,. .IIY U .. .
.a. "'Id.rm.n, O H L'Chandler,' Ch.rle7 I- ;TraluaM.and i5 carry Pullman sleepers between New York.: Jackaonvnie and Port Tampa: roa.Ata. av ..1
Clm: i>tHpH,') .peeto,.. Boit,' I MarUn, Cork dlnlnir ear lenrlc* through between Savannah. and Jerray City I dayeoaeliei between-Jork.onurllle .*.. _.
1 > PRECIXCT. KO.... and Waebtna-ion, Pullman 81..."., reins 78. and 2S beiween JacfconTllle and New Mother*. .T.,
#.fK _. '
and Jaekaonvllle and Chicago wlihemt
York ;
:J> Ttndall,' J JC Tnppln'K' I""m8OI.'Jna Cwt Line iteamen leave Punta Oorda for Fort Myert and InternedlaU'landings. d.tlj.a: Who would kefptheir' children< _

.p rtor., W J 8 Carr. Cl rk. J5 0: Lklt., Monday. 7 a. m.. retarolna leave, II .. marrlvlnf PnnU Onrda. 4 p. n ,. iIETMI 'POWDERS good! be .ltb', hou1d\r;tch' for the/
.1 Key ot'eat .and'e leave Port Tampa Snndaya and Tbarmdayi tics .. "
p. ,
't.IA4. ,. . : : Clelrtt. .' Throat Pullman it_pan between* Port Tamp, and Mew. fork;via both Atlantic ooeit,Lin. .wyI C.ves, ., .Ald. '" .... Lilar nef with symptoms of Worms Cream''and removO
'. Whtte's ,
aAd Boutbem Railways VertnKagtS"
ftfet.5Dv.-'WJr '
.' .T.i. ,
74eiTldlNO '-
eiod MAKILd
:'*,1te.VtheyGatteUe1srepareq: > : : to Tor fnll.eomplet '.nd reliable. Inforfaatlno ,.*.tdl. rotoa. rtatl..... .oll on Coaat Itsd uwretN.ttf w.I}. .... Jotl". .... R.m.v.a I thechildrens'beeitOnlo.'Ilgetsd'
'all kind of Job *Work,.la aa up-to- UM ticket Ofonlior. *."-O.-'"-WHITE, W vlal. "B PaaMnterlceot Tampa rS; ? ',... std o...rpga.m he Kfee'..e1 ta I Moo at work. o' that i'their' Tood* r
W.J.CRAIG.O.n.relPaaepter .. a.I.M/rW
(' date manner on ahort.. notice.. = b 4 b" B.M.XllX&40MT a4iSlauc.,r.. o4'LCi:" r f .0..I Mo jtTTea': "r"L.ti'r ll sws _.. .a .s. 1 1I' them good and they grow'up' te*
< i4w anditroog. 20o
j 't > .. loll drul'l'lI"I'' .
'... ,

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