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Chicago O1L cAO Club Women onu n Indorse Then ThenFor TbewFor Thewtir
tir For Shopping nnd Theater TheaterThe TheatenThe TheatersThe
The Japanesu kimono and the flowing flowingsilken tlowingI11ken tiowiugsilken
< < silken robes worn by the orientals or ornamented orv It Itt ¬
v t namented with exquisitely embroidered embroideredflowers erubroidenowe18 embroideredt
t flowers owe18 and birds birdsthese these are the Idenl Idealgarments Idenlgarments
f garments for women from the artistic artisticstandpoint IUtlSticf tirtiSticitandpolnt
0 f standpoint Members of the North NorthBMe NorthSide orth I ISide
Side Art club Chicago reached this thisconclusion thisconclusion thIsk
conclusion after Dr Ynmel Iin u ative una unative na native ¬
k tive Chinese had drawn parallels be between between between ¬
tween the crude abrupt lines of the thetailor thetollor
4 r tailor made gown nUll tho graceful gracefulcurves IrIlCCUIcurves gracefult
t curves of the kimono during a talk on onChinese onJhlnese onr
r Chinese Women the other forenoon forenoonays forenoon1181s forenoonae
ays tho Chicago Tribune TribuneThe T11bUlwThe TribuneThe
The speaker wore tho native costume costumeand coatuwtand co3tuiitand
and her hearer went Into ecstasies ecstaslel1over ecsta8tCstWAI
tWAI flu colorings and the
4 graceful glaccfuilines lines of the loose garment li DrYamel IrTame
1 Tame Kin 1Cm urged that the dress of th thoriental tbl tblIliental thtental
oriental < < women Is practical as well a abeautiful as inbeautiful I
beautiful and after telling why wb It win winthe va vaso LIS LISso
so the American women agreed tint tintthere tllnttbere thtilthere
there Is no dress quite like the kimono kimonoThey kimonoTbey kimonoc
c They urged that American wouiei wouieishould wOUienIbould wouieiii
i should adopt the dross of the orientaland oriental orlplItalfoland orIntahand
and appear In kimonos on all nsloii nsloiion asioiiP011
on the street in their homes and ut althe u uthe utthe
the theaters theatersWouldnt theatersWouldnt theatersVoulthit
Wouldnt the kimono be cold In win winter Willter wintar ¬
ter time was asked askedCold askedA askedCold
A Cold echoed Dr Yamel Kin Noot No Nonot o o110t
not ot cold You may put on as many kl klmonos kli kinwnos
i monos as you want to the one over tin tinother tblot theother
other ot er until you have enough on to keel keejyou keelyou keepyou
you warm warmIt warmIt warmIt
It would be a good Idea If women womenwould womenwould womenwould
would adopt the Japanese kimono for forgeneral folgeneml forgeneral
general wear declared Mrs Irs La Verne VerueW Vernew erne erneW
W Noyes president of the club hXhl hXhlcould Theycould They Theycould
could be worn on all occasions and audthen nndthen andthen
then the pockets In the sleeves would wouldb woull1be wouldbe
b be a great convenience to the Chicago Chicagowomen ChIcagoWomen Chicagowomen
women They are large enough to hold holdsamples boldlamples holdamp1es
samples and purse almost everything everythingMrs
Mrs F W Tracy thought they would wouldb wouldbe wouldbe
be b excellent for shopping and Mrs Irs R flL RL nL
S L Greenlee declared that the location locationof
of < < It the pockets would do much to pro protect p1otect protect ¬
tect women against holdups and pick pickpockets plclpockets pickoekets ¬
pockets pocketsSTARTLING pocketsI oekets oeketsSTARTLING
I STARTLING EVIDENCE EVIDENCEFresh EVIDENCEFresh EVIDENCEFresh
Fresh testimony in great quantity is isconstantly isconstantly kconstantly
constantly coming in declaring Dr DrKings DrKinis DrK1ngs
Kings New Discovery Discover for Consump Consumption Consl1Inption Consuinption ¬
tion Coughs and Colds to be unequal unequalcd
cd A recent expression from T J McFarland Mc MeFarJand McFarland
C Farland Bentorville Va serves as ex example example exr ¬
r ample He writes I had Bronchitis Bronchitisfor
for three years and doctored all the thetime thetime
time without being benefited Then I Ibegan Ibegan Ibegan
began taking Dr Kings New Discov Discovery Discovcry Discovcry ¬
1 cry and a few bottles wholly cured curedme curedme
1 me Equally effective in curing all allLung allLung allLung
Lung and Throat troubles Consump Consumption Consumption Consuinption ¬
tion Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed Guaranteedby
i by W A Allen and Geo W V Fisher Fisherdruggists Fisherdruggists Fisherdruggist5
druggists Trial bottles free regular regularsizes regularsizes regularsizes
sizes SOC s ° c and roo rooCollege root rooCollese root roor
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r College Yell Revl Revlased RevlasedtA ed edA edA
tA A movement to revise and censorlze the thecollege thecoUese thecollege
college yell has been proposed proposedThe proposedThe proposedThe
The raucous yell yellOf yellor ell ellOf
Of old Cornell CornellAnd CornellAnd CornellAnd
And the whooping hall of TaU TaUThe Yal Yalj YalThe
j I The Harvard howlr howl howlAnd howlAnd
And the Princeton growl growlj
f a r j To a milder tone must pale paleTheU palet paleTheU
t TheU C shriek shriekAnd shriekt
I t And the Vassar squeakAnd squeak squeakk
r k l And the Hopkins ribald blare blareNorthweaterna blareI
A Northwesterns yelp yelpOf
I Of a lion whelp whelpI
Shall hail be softer on the air airThe airThe airThe
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The Wellesley squeal squealAnd IIquealI
I And the Stanford peal pealAnd pealI pealAnd
And the rah rah of old Knox KnoxThe KnoxThe Knoxr
r I The West Point cry cryAnd cryi
i And the Flsko ki ylMust yl ylMutt 1 1HUlt
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I Mutt eliminate their shock shockAnd shocklAnd shockst
t I And the hooptedooa hooptedooaOf
Of the thec Oskaloos OskaloosShall Oskalo08Shall
c I Shall halI be made more circumspect circumspectBut
a But the college yell yellWill yellWill yellr
r l Will sound likewell likewellIt
I It will hold more Intellect IntellectChicago IntellectI IntellectiChicago
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DRIVEN TO DESPERATION DESPERATIONLiving DESPERATIONLiving DESPERATIONbW
bW Living at an put out of the way place placeremote placeremote placeremote
remote from civilization a family is isoften isoften ist
t often driven to desperation in case of ofaccident ofoccident oft
t accident resulting in Burns Cuts CutsWounds CutsWounds CutsWounds
Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply supplyof
of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the thebest thebest thebest
best on earth asc at W A Allens and andGeo antiGeo andGeo
Geo W Fishers drug stores storesDake storesDake
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Dake of Manchester Purchaser Purchase PurchaseConsiderable PurchaeConilderable
r Considerable has been written about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the Duke of Manchesters new pur purchase purebale purchase ¬
chase but few people know that Lo Lorenzo Lolenzo Lorenzo ¬
renzo Henry enry who sold the castle dlrectly dl dlccctly dlJ
J ccctly rectI to the Duke of Manchester Is Isone Isone
4 one of the oldest friends of the young youngduchess youngdaches youngi
i f duchess and when she was wl s a young younggirl youngI
j I girl 1rlhe he stayed with her parents at her herhome herI
41 I home In Cincinnati says the London LondonOnlooker LondonOnlooker LondonI
I Onlooker Mr Henry Is the son of the tiieformer ttJ ttJtt theJ
J I I tt former owner who built the Irish cas castle caso casJt ¬
Jt o I tle U e in Connemara ConnemaraThe
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1 The Daily TimesUnion Tlmes Unlon and TH THDEWS THE THENEWS THEl
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fr I King Emmanuel is I one of the great greatest greatest greatLw ¬
Lw est it lirin numismatists and an possesses
the finest private collection of coins coinsin coinsiJ1theworld
i iJ1theworld iJ1theworldKtngEdward in j the world worldKing worldi
i KtngEdward King Edward has become exceed exceedingly exceedsqlconservatlve exceedJ ¬
J ingly sqlconservatlve conservative in matters of dress dresslace dressmeebJlaccesslon
7 meebJlaccesslon lace hs accession to the throne of ofGreat otGreat ofI
I Great Britain BrltAiuAlthough BritainAlthough Britain1tbough
Although Joachim Albrecht prince princeot princeof princeof
of Prussia Pru ata belongs to the generalstab generalstabtoe ceneralltablheCreI
J lheCreI toe cares very little for military mat mattenHis mats
tenHis r 811 ambition aJ 1bltionll is to be known aseI as asK uaeompoeer
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J The 1hetoUowIDg following are re said to be the theBarnes theaam thelames
Barnes aam 80t of the sultan of otTolo Jolos wives wivesBcent wiveIceDt
4 Scent of Lilies Hearta Desire Honey Honeyo Honeyof
of o Life e Dancing DanclniSanbeam Sunbeam Blush of ofMorning orMO ofp
I p Morning MO I11Dgj Oasis In the Desert Moon MoonUpon MoonV MoonI
I F Upon V ODth the th Waters Song of Nlgbtln Nlgbtlnffalea NlPtinaalllWhlsper
4 F t gales aalllWhlsper Whisper of the West Wind and andJBOM an4InBloo81 an anZoie
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I f V Tea KMVT Za W What WhtO1IA Ton Are Taking Takingwhen TiEtF
4 when you take Groves Tasteless TastelessChill
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HOLLY H tLv AND ND MISTLETOE MISTLETOEHovr MISTL TOE TOEDow
Dow the House Should De Decked DeckedWith DeckedWith DeckedWith
With Christmas Green GreenIt GreenIt GreensIt
It would not bu Christmas without withouta
a wreath of holly boll in the window or otsome orBome orsome
some touch of green about the home homeTho homeTho homeThu
Tho hull 11al1ll3 Is thu drat place to be consid considered consldered coiiidered ¬
ered hi decoration as this gives the thokeynote thekenote thekeynote
keynote to the rest ot tho house says saysthe saYBthe saysthe
the Philadelphia Times First and andforemost tiudforemost nnllforemost
foremost Is the mistletoe or as it used usedto usedto usedto
to be called the kissing bough This Thisneed Thisiieed rlJisneed
need not necessarily n cessnrllJ be of mistletoe mistletoealone mIstletoealone mistletoealone
alone as holly lJolI can well be mixed with wltliit withit
it But it Is correct to tie bows or ortrue ortrue ortrue
true lovers knots of various colored coloredribbons co coloredribbons I O1ttl O1ttlribbons
ribbons on to the stems st < ms The larger largerthis hugarthis largerthis
this bough can be the better and Ittihould It Itshould ItIJhould
should hung somewhere lu thecenter the cento contd
of the
If there Is a looking glass bunging hangluagainst hnngInagainst
against the wall and this is u gren grenImprovement great greatimprovement greaImprovement
Improvement to a small s11la 11 narrow nn now 1mlas hall hnllas hallas
as it gives an idea of space let it b bencircled be beencircled bencircled
encircled by a loose holly wreath A Athe At Attbe Athe
the foot of the stairs put a tall earth earthenware eartbenware earthenware
enware Jar of artistic shape and turange tu IUrange arrangi
range in it tall boughs of holly ati atispruce and andspruce auspruce <
spruceThe spruce spruceThe spruceTbe
The holly can be turned into iu to u gren grenvariety gr greavariety a t tarlety
variety of decorations for the homeThe home boulehe homeThe
The he wreath Is by far the most popular populaof popularof
of the decorative designs It Is genorally gen geuorally gencrall
orally crall tied with a smart bow of scarle scarleribbon scurletribbon seurleribbon
ribbon Frequently a star of red 1m 1mmortclles 1mmortelles
mortelles is set within the wreath wreathThe Wleatl1Tbe wreathTIme
The holly branches with plentiful pleutlfured plentifulred
red berries showing against the glls gllstenlng gllstenlng gustening
tenlng leaves make an artistic garni garniture stunlture garniture
ture for the house The branches ar ara ate atea ara <
a graceful ornamentation for pictures picturescornices picturescornices picturesrornices
cornices and doors In halls they tbl artparticularly art atepartlcularl arparticularly
particularly effective when there Is i i ifireplace a aLeplace tfireplace
fireplace that may be used as a back backtjrouud background background
ground groundA
A gilded basket basketyou you ou can ca n gild It your yourself yourself our ourselt
self at small cost filled with holly holl am amtied amI amItJed anCtied
tied with broad scarlet satin rlbbot rlbbotwould libbouwould ribborwould
would make un effective centerpiece centerpiecefor
for the Christmas dinner table A Abunch Abunch Abunch
bunch of holly will of course crpwi crpwithe c qovithe owu owuthe
the Christmas pudding but a bunch buuctof buuchot bunchof
of mistletoe must be tied under the thechandelier thochandelier th thchandelier
chandelier In the parlor parlorThere patlotXhere parlorThere
There are le people who every eer Christ Christmas Cl1llstwas Christwas ¬
was put ou great airs about their real realEnglish realEnglish realEnglish
English mistletoe but our Americas Americasmistletoe Awerkauwlstleto Americanmistletoe
mistletoe answers all practical pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses and the luck it brings and the thesalutation thesalutatJon thesalutation
salutation It Invites III rites are just as gen geuulue genulne genulne
ulne as any au foreign article Every Everyrear Everyyear Everyrear
rear the south Is sending large quan quantities quantitles qunuUties ¬
titles of mistletoe to market marketHow matketHuw inniketHow
How to Seud Christina Gift GiftNever GiltNever GiftNever
Never send a Christmas gift without wlthouout witboutyour withoutyour
your out card or some menus of ideutltka ideutltkalou Identltlcatlon ideutiticalion
tlon lou People do not like to have their theirMeasure tb theirpleasure I1 I1pleasure
pleasure Measure tempered with mystery U ster snyihe says saysthe sayslie
the he New ew York World Engraved curds curdsire cUldsare curdsmre
ire always in better taste than those thosevritten tbosewritten thosewritten
written by baud Written messages messagesin m < ssuges ssugesau
au in an engraved card are permissible permissiblevheu perntltlslblewhen perniislblowhen
when sending a gift to a relative or orntlmate orintimate oratimate
intimate friend A greeting as Merry1irtstuias Merry MerryDhrlstnms IerryCl1rlstmas
Dhrlstnms or Seusons Greetings Greetingsvhen Greetingswben Greetingswhen
when used Is written on the upper part purtif partot
ot if t the face of the cord When simply simplyi
a I i date da to is used as Christmas 1903 19U3ivrlte 1903wrlto 1903vrlte
ivrlte it lu the lower left hand corner cornert coruurIt
It t is customary for gentlemen to ac acoiupany nccompany acompnny
company their gifts with engraved engravedards engrav engravedards d dcards
ards bearing no Inscription Christ Christuas CbLlstmils Christnina
mils gifts should always be neatly ueatlytrapped neatlywrapped neatlywrapped
wrapped In perfectly fresh paper and andlalntily uuddaintily andIalntily
daintily tied Uedwltb with a nice bit of string stringir
or ir r narrow ribbon In sending a gift lu luown hItown inown
town own even to ones next door neigh nclyhor neighbor
bor > or employ u messenger t or u servant servantlever setutneer servantever
lever a member of the family faU1l1 If It can canle cuube cane
be le e avoided Always plan ian as nearly u ally as aslosslble aspossible asossible
possible losslble to have a Christmas gift reach reachts tlacl1Its
Its ts destination on Christmas day dn Bet Beter Bettel Beter
tel er the afternoon or evening than the thelight thenlglJt themight
light before beforeHow beforeHow eforeHow
How to Make Cranberry Jelly JellyTake JellyTake JellyTake
Take two quarts of cranberries andOl1 and andtoll nndholl
toll until very ery soft Strain out the theulce theJuice theulce
Juice ulce and add as much sugar as there thieveS
Is s juice The he Juice will be e more In Inhe IIIthe inbe
the he form of a thick pulp for you haveitrained have haveitralned hatstrained
strained it not through a cloth hut huthrough buttl1rougb hutbrough
hrough a coarse sieve Now boll for forweuty fortwenty or ortwenty
twenty minutes add a tablespoonful ttsblespoonfulf tl
ot > f gelatlu dissolved in cold water and andjour u11tlpour inulour
pour jour iuto a mold Set away n wuy to cool coolSend coolSend coolend
Send to the table turned out of the theuold themold theo1d
mold o1d and garnish with meringues For Forthe Fortbe Forthe
the meringues beat the whites of four fourggs fourgga our oureggs
eggs until very stiff Add a third of ofi ofa
a i teaspoonful scant of cream of tar tartar taLtar tartar ¬
tar Whip again Add a cup of sugaricant sugar sugarscant sugarscant
scant and a little vanilla Press Pressthrough Pressthrough
through a tube upon oiled paper and andbake RUlJbake
bake in an oven so slowly as only to
dry them for half an hourHow hour hourHow bOU1How
How to Keep HoneyTo Honey HODeTTo HoneyTo
To keep honey either extracted or orcomb orcomb orcomb
comb put it where it is dry and warm warmeven waLWeven warmeven
even hot It will not hurt it to be in Intemperature a atemperature atemperature
temperature of even 100 degrees If Ifextracted Itextractedhoney Ifextractedboney
extracted extractedhoney honey is not thick enough tie tiea tiea
a thin cloth over the top of the vesseland vessel vesseland vesselRnd
and keep where it is not only warm warmbut warmbut warmbut
but airy and it will become much muchthicker muclJtblcker muchthicker
thicker Many housekeepers put honey honeyin
in the cellar us honey readily attracts attractsmoisture attractsmoisture attractsmolature
moisture
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How to Make ChrUtaaa Lemoa Tart TartTo TartTo TartTo
To make Christmas lemon tart use usetwo usetwo usetwo
two cups sugar one cup butter six sixeggs s seggs eLieggs
eggs two lemons two largo tablespoon tablespoonfuls tablespoonfuls
fuls of brandy one teaspoonful grated gratednutmeg gloatednutmeg gratednutmeg
nutmeg Beat butter and sugar to together toether together ¬
gether ether add the whipped yolks the thejuice thenice thejuice
juice nice of one lemon and the rind of two twothe twothe twothe
the nutmeg the brandy and the stiffly stifflybeaten stifflybeaten stifflybeaten
beaten whites of the eggs Bake in insmall tnsmall Insmall
small pastry shells and use no top
crust
How to Make Raior Paste FacteLevigated PAlteLevlgated PasteLevigated
Levigated oxld of tin prepared putty puttypowder puttypowder puttypowder
powder one ounce powdered oxalic oxalicadd oxalicacid oxalicacid
acid a quarter ounce powdered gumtwenty gum gumtwenty gumtwenty
twenty grains Make into a stiff paste pastewith pastewith pastewith
with water and evenly and thinly thinlyspread thinlyspread thinlyspread
spread it over the strop stropHow stropHow
How to Bake Mackerel Mackerellit
lit the fish > remove the backbone backbonesome backboneis
is some veal staffing on each roll up upbake upbake
bake in a battered pan and In a
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00000000000000000000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOFifteen
Fifteen Georgians arrived ii iiTTumtilla In InUwatilln l lUmatfila
TTumtilla 1a last week They go thereto there therto thereto
to settle permanently engaging i ifarming in infarming infarming
farming farmingWhile farmingWhile farmingWhile
While Miami has the largestdock largest largeedock largestdock
dock on the Atlantic coast south o oNew of ofNev ofNew
New York preparations are now norunder nownder nowuniler
under way for extending It south adistance r rdistance 11 11lstance
distance of 1750 feet This is to b bdone be bedone bedone
done with the expectation that th thincreased the theincrensod theincreased
increased business will demand thi thiimprovement this thisimprovement thisThe
improvement improvementThe
The magnificent grove property propertyknown propertyknown propertyknown
known as the Nocutee grove for the thepast thepRst thepast
past year owned by Mr Phifer of ofGainesville ofGainesville ofGainesville
Gainesville has bi b en bought back backby backby backby
by Colonel T J Watkins who wholast wholast wholast
last year sold a 1 half interest in the thesame thesame thesame
same grove to Mr Phifer for 84 40
000 Mr Phifer and family fRmil have havereturned havereturned havereturned
returned to Gainesville Gline ville and Colonel ColonelWatkins ColonelWatkins ColonelWatkins
Watkins and family will soon move moveto moveto moveto
to NocateoWhile Nocateo NocateoWhile NocateeThUe
While ThUe the people of the Indian IndianRiver In IndianRiver ian ianRiver
River section are hauling in dollarsfor dollars dollarsfor dollarsfor
for their big pineapple and orange orangecrops orangecrop orangecrops
crops they should not forget tho thofact thofact thefact
fact that there is money in growingpotatoes growing growingI growingpotatoes
I potatoes beans tomatoes lettuce lettuceradishes lettucEradishes lettuceradishes
radishes celery celor > cucumbers pep peppers peppers peppers ¬
pers mint parsley etc One acre acrewell acrewell acrewell
well attended to in the winter isfar is isfar isfar
far better than planting out five fiveacres fiveacres fiveacres
acres and giving the crop little or orno orno orno
no attention The Turnbull hammock ham bainmock hammock
mock just north of Titusville is issaid issaid issaid
said to be one of the finest bodies bodiesof bodi s sIf
of If land in this state and all it wants wantsis
is the right kind of men with a acareful acareful acareful
careful and intelligent system to tomake towake tomake
make a success of vegetable grow growing growing growlug ¬
ing there For the past monthsome month monthsome monthBome
some of our vegetable growers have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been shipping tomatoes to the mar markets markets marhots ¬
kets Why W1J not grow other things thlugatTitusville thingsTitusville thingsTituevillo
Titusville Advocate AdvocateThe AdvocateThe AdvocateThe
The interesting car Cuba on onWheels onWheels onWheels
Wheels which has been standing standingupon standingupon standingupon
upon the Tampa Bay track for some someweeks someweekfj someweeks
weeks is almost ready for exhibi exhibition exhibition exhibitirni ¬
tion aud will be placed upon the theside Lheside theside
side track at Franklin and Polk Polkstreets Polkstreets Polkstreets
streets about the 10th of December DecemberThe DecemberThe DecemberThe
The admission will be 10 cents and andpart andpart andpart
part of the proceeds will be b given givento civento
to the Childrens Home Mr Earn Earnseur Ramseur Rainseur
seur the owner and manager of the thecar thecar thecar
car is in the city now and will willmake willmake willmake
make one more trip to Cuba before beforethe befortthe boforthe
the exhibition Tho car will leave leaveTampa leloTampa leaveTampa
Tampa upon a fiveyears five years trip tripthroughout tripthroughout tripthroughout
throughout the United States Itis It Itis Itis
is well worth visiting Anyone who whodoes whodoes whodoes
does not know the resources of the thewonderful thewonderlul thewonderful
wonderful island will be surprised surprisedand
and delighted with the fine display displayof
of products and manufactured ar articles artlclcsTam articlcsTampa ¬
ticles tlclcsTam ticlcsTampa Tampa pa Tribune TribunemND TribuneDIND TribuneB1D
mND ALLOWED BENNETTS BENNETTSIn DENNETfSIn BENNEDrSIn
In the preliminary hearing at atUarke atStarke atStarke
Starke of If the three Bennettbrotherp Bennettbrotherpiharged BennettbrotherRcharged Bennett brothers brotherscharged
charged with the killing of H 0 0Richard ORicLard 0Richard
Richard n few days ago Richard RichardJenuett Richardi RichardBennett
i Bennett was discharged discha ed and John JohnS
S J Bennett and Henry Bennett were wereleld wereheld wereheld
held for trial on the charge of man manilaughter IUnnslaughter luaflslaughter
slaughter and required to give S6 6
000 bail each for appearance fortrail for forrail fOltmil
rail The bail WAS at once fur furbished furnished furnished ¬
nished and all released releasedSMALL rCilensetlS rtleasedSMALL
SMALL S IALt rowx DESTHOIIED BY FIRE FIRENocatee FInENocatee FIRENocatee
Nocatee a small lumber town five fiveailes fivemiles fivemiles
miles south of Arcadia was swept sweptly 8weptby sweptby
I Iprincipal
by ly flames Thursday night The Theprincipal Theprincipal
principal bu bUfineB ines houses were con conmmed conBumed consumed
mmed by the angry flames the loss lossamounting 1088amonntir lossanmountirg
amounting amonntir go to thousands s of dollarp dollarpThe doIIarThe ollRrpThc
The immense sawmill plant of W WG
G Welles Co together with several soy seveeal soyoral ¬
I oral million fret of lumber were wereburned wereburned wereburned
burned fo ashes It is understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodtIat
that no insurance was carried carriedThe caniEtlThe carriedThe
The Atlantic Coast Line depot depotseveral depotseveral depotseveral
several boxcars and six flatcars were werealso werealso werealso
also consumed Several other buildings build buildings buildinKs ¬
ings were burned burnedAFTElt burnedAlrElI burnedAFTER
AFTER HARD WOOD LANDS NOW
Capitalists are in Florida and andother andother andother
other Southern States buying up all allof aUof allof
of the woodlands where they can canbe canI canbe
I be obtained a at a low figure The Theimmense Theimmense Theimmense
immense pine forests for turpentine turpentineand
and lumber purposes having been beenbought beenbought beenbought
bought up these moneyed men now nowseek nowseek nowseek
seek the bard woods of the ham hammocks hammocks hammocks ¬
mocks for transportation to North Northern Northern Northem ¬
ern em cities to be converted into furni furniture furnit ¬
ture t re re and fine railroad coaches Sawmills Saw Sawmills Sawm
mills m lls are ar to be Je located near ear points po nts
ara woo wooThere
There is evidently much more moremoney moremoney moremoney
money in these timbered lands than thanmany thanmany thanmany
many owners imagine It is also alsoevident alaoevident alsoevident
evident that all kinds of timber is isbecoming isbecoming isbecoming
becoming scarce in the Northern NorthernStates North NorthernStates rn rnStates
States and hence the seeking of oftimber oftimber oftimber
timber in the Southern States StatesCOUGHING StatesCOUGHING StatesCOUGHING
COUGHING SPELL CAUSED CAUSEDDEATH CAUSEDDEATH CAUSEDDEATH
DEATH
Harry Duckwell aged 25 years yearschoked yearschoked yearschoked
choked to death early ear yesterday morn morning morning morning ¬
ing at his home in the presence of his hiswife hiswife hisvifc
wife and child He contracted a slight slightcold slightcold slightcold
cold a few days ago and paid p id but little littleattention littleattention littleattention
attention to it Yesterday morning he hewas hewas hewas
was seized with a fit of coughing which whichcontinued whichcontinued whichcontinued
continued for some time His wife sent sentfor sentfor sentfor
for a physician but before he could ar arrive arerive arrive ¬
rive another coughing spell came onand on onand onand
and Duckwell died fromsuffocation fromsuffocationSt froml suffocation suffocationSt
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with itli a dread of its effect born of her hernowledge hotknowledge hernowledge
nowledge of the sufferings of other otheromen otherwomen othervomneu
women omen at this season seasonThere seasonThere seasonThere
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ear or anxiety l11itt at this period if Dr Drierces DrPierces Drierces
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of if f mind aud am by its aid the paius and andnugs andpmgs andangs
pmgs nugs of this critical period are pre preented prevenled prerented
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womans medicine with a wonderful wonderfulecord wonderfulrecord wonderfulecord
ecord of cures of womanly diseases diseasesDiseases diseasesDiseases diseasesDiseases
Diseases that all other medicines had hadailed hadfalle hadailed
falle ailed to cure have been perfectly andermanently and andwrmanently andpermanently
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use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets PelletsLOCAL PelletsLOCAL PelletsLOCAL
LOCAL TIME TABLE TABLETrains TABLETrain TABLETrains
Trains on the Atlantic Coast Line Linere Lineare Linetre
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