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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 6, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00397
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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EXCURSION whicbt It,entitled,that It Is beyond the frhe I position should go up to the top of the

THE power of average man to convey to thereacer's Sunshine SanitariumFor old sugar mill to do so, and be sure. and, 1 ORGANIZATION *
;! mind one tithe of its' possiblli- -. bring a telescope along. i
; ties, its productive qualities Its great :"Messrs.. Philip Blazer and L. A. Hip-
: AND BARBECUE nee' On the right-hand sid\of thecanal polite paid a visit to the Shaker
:t :: the Treatment pf Consumptives att Narcoossee.Its colony' IS PERfECTED
the"ompany has a 'scow of near St Cloud., Those people have been
:' twelve hundred full bearing"orange and Inception. and Development., : experimenting] with''different kind of
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t Given Our Newcomers and Visitors'JVasJiHLof grapefruit "trees and : of the .. '
,, ,. : many '. c fruit and are evidently making a success The Orange Growers of This County

4 .__ :,IhejGreatesCSuccesses t7.f ft smaller grapefruit: trees are ao, filled is the 'first ofeeri" tlrelv-wiHifv-irt-apm'"'air* '' .. and it would be a good lessoivto Meet and ,
with frult.that" be proppedup The following the most l nutritious lf our colonists]f they would pay them ,. Make Pc manentthe'k''
.,C :. .: Cver>dueved in to keep them off'the ground andanumber of articles-by Dr:'. John'E.-Ennls, founder : food possible, to' be secured, a visit. While they may'not endorsethe i Temporary Organization
P "0 OSeOId I COanty. J of the orange trees will produce ,'of the Tuberculosis' Sanitarium aj strict discipline so far as rest, exercise Shakers'religious views, those 'Who' .. ;
'- '" Narcoossee-- --fourteen-mile this and the' fife is and Elect,, Officers,
at many la fifteen boxes each This tf from daily concerned. Amusements go will fully appreciate the kind, brotherly :' ,
e: 4'I I what Is called a natural groVe, and the city, giving the inception 'and develop- were supplied ,in "the shape of treatment they receive and' com N
'il :''fI There :have been ,in the past and Will I trees range all the way from ten to ment of that institution up to the'Um-i games of various kinds each day add- home saying"' 'they are pretty, good Pursuant to a'call of Temporary

i be in the future greater crowds: in at twenty-five years old. On that side of itlwaa taken over by the State and con- ing something new. Fun and moderate folks after all.'\ We have! eaten some Chairman Porter, a number of i Oscool*

\ ,; tendance upon public and social .festivities -j the canal there are also thousands of Verted into the State Tuberculosis Sanitarium frolic were encouraged, and the effect of their bananas End pineapples, and county orange growers met',. in tlt*>

.: than went on the boat excursion to I guava bushes, in fact so" many that the proved so benetlclal'that the camp soontook pronounce them fine,especially the pineapples court house on Saturday,' July .81, at
Southport on Tuesday last. as guests of company would not attempt to estimate ; on the appearance,of a pleasure as we never before saw any such 10 a. m., and_after listening to Chairs '
/1 the Board of Trade, but there will within a thousand of the number, that A residence in this portion of Florida party rather than a sanitarium. The fine flavored. The.} : Shakers have 7,000 man Porter state' the--objects 'of the!

J 1 never be a more congenial, happy and are loaded with that delicious fruit for a humber of years observing care- general appearance of the patients soon acres of land, but none to sell.\. Citrus Fruit Exchange and the contract P
.)&. agreeable gathering. There was not a But it is on the left side of the canal fully Its equable climate. Its pure air, indicated returning health, so- much ao' Quite a few colonists have receivedthe each, member would be-. f", person in all the hundred and a-half- that the wonders of the farm and IrJ'OveIU'8 :. good; water, freedom from"annoyine insects that late in the season one visitor, a numbers of their tracts and lots, and sign,"a permanent organization was ef,
t man, woman or child- but who gave teen. The soil .is muck and its and the fact that Such common physician, remarked to a friend "thathe so far most of them are well pleased.. fected and Mr. W. H. Poe-tee-was' elected
him or herself up to the pleasures wf depth is unknown' but those qualified diseases'as pneumonia, bronchitis phthisis only saw one on the place that look- The depot and 'sidetracks have been chairman, and Mr. J., W., Oliver
: the day, and enjoyed to the fullest ev- : to Judge and .ho liave worked in. ('t pulmonalls, all continued fevers ed like a consumptive, and. that was the located, 'and will be built in.the near fu- secretary.' v : "*
) ery minute of the time from the leavIng state .that. the mdck is fully ten feet and malarial complaints 'were unknownto doctor in charge" ture. The, following grower with the number .
: of the boat at 8 a.'m. 'to, Its tying deep Almost'every one contends that the inhabitants, convinced me that no The result of the experiment for the Some one surely must be very much of boxes they will..hip, signed-the Y'
, a up at the city dock at 0.86in. the even this character of 'soil will not-produce other section I ever visited could com season-of '94 and: '95 was greater than interested in Kisslmmee and'St.' Cloud, contract. and were'declared members of
orange trees but the company has we anticipated. Everyone! treated was he organization; John M. Lee '
Ing: pare with this for the treatment of pul-' as we saw a come from somewhere -,, 4000;
proved the contrary, for it has two : either cured, restored or Improved.One Lee-Patrons Cattle Co. 2000 ',
I It made no difference whether you monary affections.I } over Kissimmee way and, when; ; H., ,W.
knew your neighbor or not, you at once thousand ,trees that arefine and had made numerous visits to all sections of the worst cases now holds a responsible last Seen It 'as-over our "'new< town. Bratton, lOOOr Ira' Weatherby; 'SOOOf
,1 opened a"contention, and 'ery one, h ajtjiy as any' in Florida. Grapefruit -f our country from the Atlanticto position in Pennsylvania, an- While we do not object to being lookedat A. B. Story, 800;' J. W. Miller',2000;
and buds that were set out two years ago : other a position in Florida, the others J. Kr Billiard.'3000 R. D.' Libby 1250;
.' Kisslmmee people, late residents the Pacific, and south as far as the r from above at night, we think they ; .
with now many as.. two boxes on a examin- are nearly all pursuing their usual avocations could J. F, O'Brry. SOOOrwT'M.; Moseley
d Visitors, seemed to be running over southern boundary\ of Mexico, give a better report of us to the {
j the spirit of good fellowship. It was tree, and a gentleman in the party, Mr. ing the climate and all facilities for the at home. Several are now good public if they took their observations by 1000; G. W.; Best, 600; S. C., Partnl.

just one big family ouV for a day's O. C. Daisy of"Why-hita, Kansas, cut' treatment of invalids, hence my opinion i I: citizens of this state. daylight, as we believe our colony111 2000; J, Bandy 200; M_ Katz, 2000. ,
I i pleasure, will be a long long one bunch that numbered nineteen, of the merits of this section WAS formed .During the season we were favored bear close inspection.We After general discussion as to/thi
which he had packedand took with him with a visit from Mrs Jane Pierce whois beat means to advance the interests of
.. time before its like will be experienced from actual observation and critical In- were out Monday morning*-In
'' ,again. to his western home. When these trees vestigation.It on the editorial staff of the New York fact .pent the whole day-with the surveyors he orani'8JVOwera, of this county,;dur-: .
: The boat was scheduled to leave at are three years older they will yield ten Is well to note that a quarter of a Tribune and Secretary of the Tribune locating our'five-acre farms, and Ing which many valuable suggestions
7.30,: a. m, but it was held to await the to fifteen boxes: each, and' when they tury ago the National American Medi- Sunshine Society. This cultured lady, while some were looking through smoked w made; the meeting adjourned: until '
Sugar Belt train, which brought about bring two dollars a box net one can cal Society sent out a committee of'ex- hearing of our effort, came and spent glasses, we were more favorably impressed the 14th, when it is hoped that every
twenty-five of,-the old soldier colonists readily gee what the company's income amination visit every portion of ouf several days in the camp, carefully noting with the colony land,than ever, person engaged In the industry in
from St. Cloud. It arrived at 7.50, will be. land, also Cuba and Isle of Pines, witha the sanitation, food and general and most of those l located were very this county will be present and becomea
and Judge G. F. Parker., the. obliging Orange and grapefruit growing ia not view of determining the most equable I care of the patients. It was at her suggestion well pleased with their allotment. member. flf the. organization( ; .the:
.eJ agent of the A. C. L., had the" train by any means the only Industry carried climate for an open-air life. This com I a larger and better camp was One man who had three tracts got a meeting to be held at 10 a. m. In: the f
run to the, crossing at the end of the 'on by this company, for aside from mittee spent three years in this investigation purchased' and a corporation formed to small orange grove about eight miles court house in this city '.a
wharf, inorder that the colonists and having thousands of cattle running in reporting to the annual meeting j carry onthe_ work. From the day she from St. Cloud, and farm buildings and Time has proven that it Js ;only
be forced to its field of all kinds are Association visited uS.JIhe has continually aided us through close and thorough organize "
their families Would not I pastures crops of the American Medical eight or ten acres all cleared and in con- ,
walk but a short distanceand Judge grown. Corn planted on this muck held at Baltimore in April, 1885, that a I'' with her encouraging letters and dona- dition for cultivation. Later we learned tion can the growers of fruits or.....
Parker, ever mindful of the comfortand I land had! as many as eight well developed point in South Florida in their opinionwas tions of funds. that this farm is the, capital prize, and tables ever hope to realize the full, value r.t
convenience of the road's patrons, ears to the stalk, and it was much the beet found for a national sani-o The citizens of Narcoossee, one and Bob Cowen of Fort Wayne, Ind., i I. the of their crops, and as ,there ,are
held the train for more than two hoursin more difficult to find stalks with only tarium. This report, made by eminent I all, have wished us well. The Shaker lucky man. .< many engaged citrus ,culture tin, ,,: this
the afternoon that those4eeiring to I two ears,than it was with three 01 scientists, is quite voluminous and com- family have been our loyal friends, contributing We of St. Cloud Colony were invitedby county who have not as yet enrolled
return home that night might do so.i i i i four. Potatoes, peas beans, in fact plete. It is an interesting chapter in I greatly to our success. Mrs. the Kissimmee Board pf Trade to go their names, if will be next to Impossible i
The Roaeada, under command of everything that the well-kept and up-to medical literature I W. Best and Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, on a boat excursion to Southport on to achiever success unless they j,
than whom I date farm is there in living in Kissimmee, frequent number join the movement that tends only ,for
Capt. Clay Johnson. Sr. produces grown ..Aa>a practical test of njy' were Tuesday, which a of us accepted :
there is none more painstaking,or obliging the greatest quantity to the acre. the summer of '94 I arranged to rendering service to any need- and were royally entertained by Mr. their good. But If the growbreJashis. '-'"
.k walking the bridge of arTy, steamer Mr. Lee stated that he has never usedan some consumptives my home assistance.In 'John M. Lee, representing the Lee-Par;; county,'present" "solid, front .nothing.
afloat, with E. P. Dann as pilot and R. ounce of fertilizer on his muck coossee Those with means to our next letter we will narrate sons Cattle Co., with a barbecue dinnerin can prevent their realizing twice "a* 'i
; |A. Bewen as engineer, and a covered land and that what we saw, growing, of food, others financially weak of the results of the corporation a beautiful oak grove one-half mile much for their: crops this, winter as
;. barge filled with Comfortable seats were and here we repeat: that a true and acT light work, all to be trotted as under the state laws June 26th from the landing. We all highly enjoyed they did last winter.It .
r: used to carry the crowd, 'and reached curate description would not be believed bers of the family. I under the title of The Narcoossee the day, and give to Mr. Lee and the is not believed there is an orange''
,; its desination, Southport' at about 11 so abundant was -jgrowth and To give publicity to the effort : Home and Sanitarium.Let Kissimmee Board of Trade' a vote of grower Osceola county --who' desires
o'clock, stopping en route for a few yield, wds the natural, product of the body's Magazine was requested me say in conclusion, that a san I'I' thanks for the genial hospitality and others to bear any part of his burden,
r) ''T -* minutes at Paradise"1'Island, one of the soil It Js claimed that the muck lend the announcement, which was properly conducted is of great courtesy extended the colonists; and we but that each and'everyone 'stands
most beautiful in all of Florida's wa surrounding this city and reaching thro' ter 'a close scrutiny of my ability to any community whets it ia lo- !I hope to be able in a few'months to show ready" to do his full share of th*": d
the length of the Kissimmeee valley ry out the promises.. It invariably advances values in : our appreciation to, the people of Kis I,and" pay his full share* dues,' and' ';
., ters.Ai soon as the boat was tied to theto will produce fruits vegetables and field The place selected for the test Introduces better, sanitary simmee In'a more substantial manner, therefore, the organization will have on 1
'; ,. Wharf at Southport every one started crops in greater abundance than any good one., It'consisted of a -and promotes health in the and trust the friendly ..relations now ex- its roll everyone engaged In the Industry *
"j for the barbecue grounds which 'were other soil in America} and one has'only twenty acres of land surrounded locality\ , It teaches I isting between us and elmmee'may before the, season, .is over.' A

,"to )i,'," ,laid out in a beautiful oak grove; some to visit the farm and grove.:at South' sides by dense forests of pine. lessons of purity In life, correct become,stronger and that' we may be Bt it '
,: -half ;'mile distant' those' who. .were port Lobe convinced of the truthfulness 'water conveyed to'all portions of living, and sends them out to I benefit to/'eac other and thus make Thinks" fine Vegetable Land.
-W" )'ou g'and full of life walking and"others : .of the assertion. ', tages with large verandahs, a' advanced truths of hygiene. I Osceola the most; desirable county in Mr S.: B./Aultm returned from

,: who were feeling: the. weight: of The company has about six thousandacres five acres, and the grounds their neIghbors ., Florida in which to live.': Tampa Wednesday- accompanied by Mr.,
years riding in wagons kindly furnishedby of this magnificent land, bordered supplied with shrubbery anti I Consumption! slightly a communi- I YANKEY NED. J. J,, Neylan one of the most thoroughly
the Lee-Parsons Cattle Company, I. on all sides by canals and lakes, The favorable notice given disease. One may catch it in the I experienced truck: growers In' 'Florida ,,,
which company gave the barbecue as a and while it has expended considerable Magazine brought letters in I homes of the wealthy in our PASSED OYER 'T"E RIVER ,*whom he brought up to look 'over v

compliment to those who had lately money in bringing it to such a high bers from many states, and in : f nes hotels, the streets of the city or the trucking lands in this vicinity. ,H*' *
taken up their residence in our county'or..ere state of perfection, still one can see time we had all the patients but never in a sanitarium. the states that he is highly pleased ,with I
on a visit here. that it was well spent, for its value at care for. No medicines were used I is as yet no record of any nurse, And is Resting Under Shade of what he saw, and expressed the: opinIon r
When the grounds were 'reached the present is at least a half million dollars, a few cases where was found ', attendant or visitor becom' the Trees in Paradise.At that our lands are as fine for truck'

I meat was found to be already barbe- though the company Is not placing ''t' pathetic disease, such as affected through a residence in such midnight on Saturday, (July 81, growing as any he has seen. anywhere.: ,"'
cued, and nothing was left to be done on the market at any figure. All we ulceration of throat or malaria institution. the soul of Mrs. 'Martha A. Turlington I Infant he was so "a..orablt",Impressed' x
except to cut the bread, pour coffee Into ask you to da is to go out and see it, ed prior to arrival. We JNO. E.-ENNIS, M, ,D. "passed over the river to rest under the that ha arranged- with Mr.' Aultman to the boiling kettles and ,open the and afterward be illness. i cultivate ten'J; ,his land, just J
you will ever as strong shade:Of the trees'V.f ter a long : 1 :.
pickle jars. And what barbecued meat across the ditch from h*;Rotundo gar, f, ,
advocate of favored section ae Mrs.:,Turlington had ,been In feeble -
it was-cooked any way you desired- the oldest Inhabitant.And The Old ColonyItems health for some time previous to roving ; den on'.ha -e... Ids: Aultman wiltbavea *
a well, done, partly rare and rare with one of the most magnificent Kissimmee on January 1;:1907, : well dnyen and the land pat In shape ,?'
1e all the sweetness left in it. And the : right away for a fall crop of Irish
j farms in America will not be, the only and while In attendance upon a revival potag.
, way'and the amount every one,ate was! thing seen,. for the company's cattle meeting some eighteen months.ago was toes, and next season they.will plant 'a ',,"
t i', all the evidence* the, gentlemen who superintended are so well bred and cared for that, a of Interest G by Our Representative stricken"with paralysis,,from which she I large crop of celery; Mr, Neylan and *<;?/'

f the cooking needed to convince five-legged calf was produced abouT a in the of St. Cloud.The never: recovered,. is. .r them'that they were'paatmasters I'' year ago, and It was on exhibition 'in . weaker and weaker until the end cam*.1 .rs of Florida, having began' to lgrowi j |
i; ..In the f art. the stock pens near, the barbecue .. Mrs., Turlington was .bom"1' In// Dade' that succulent. 'vegetabi' 'In Tampa' ; i
.The ,Lee-Parson Cattle Company) i grounds.) It was 'well developed 'and 'fJl"'Q'G.1 later on. Mrs; Reed .seems to be county, Alabama, 67 years ago "and resided :.: nearly twenty years ago.To .- $S

represented Mr.1 John M. Le*, acted I healthy,'and was visited and inspected Valley Gazette has woman(ability, and we believe will there all of her life until she cams: 'Whom Credit is Due., *
4 ,c as host in a manner that demonstrated i t>y almost the entire'excursion' party fortunate in securing a \live, satisfaction: to her guests and make 'to this city. On account of poor health KISSIMMCC ''Fix: 6
that though men may be possessed of i a sight lew hav..,ever had the privilegeof getic correspondent at St.: home a pleasant place to stop at. she went out but MUle, and 'therefore Mr.,Editor;' shy
i ,enough of this world's goods' to prevent I witnessing.! who :will keep its readers were surprised to see how comfort- was not generally known except by her ,Th:air .fllldrwlh'prafassof!'s .
'i a the! possibility of want. ever entering' The return trip began at 13;( o'clock ed from' week to week on and homelike the hotel was,. it fee Immediate neighbors. excursion. to 8 ; '';
Southport of ,
a still retain the .. rapt; r
their homes they can and the excursionists were then cartrind gro'WtJand of, the our first visit there. Mrs. Turlington left a moat devotee
progress Johnson who "
,. always at his best when
G heart that Js filled with friendship and to the eastern shore of 'the lake Colony.:\ We have a large Messrs. W. A.Rlchards'of Madison, husband, CoL. C. C.Turlington, and a dispensing the of
his boat
hospitality '
Iave for humanity. The Lee-Paraonsl and shown thro' the Lee Bros., N. C. of subscribers scattered ., M. C :.Scott of Fitzgerald, Ga.,. loving and dutiful son, .Prof.; R. O. of Mr.. John M..Lee and the oom, D1ttee.,,' ?*
3 Cattle Company is known throughout Bryan, M. KaU and Jno. M. Lee $. C. of Cincinnati Ohio
grove.,_ out the, United States who Jaques Meek to mourn her demise. She wasa Messrs. Vans' f'
Agnew, Donegan ''and
yt ":A this section for its many acts Of kindness" which are said to be the equal of any, deeply interested in the of our, colony people, have been faithful wife, a devoted mother, a'' Stanford. ; for their ( \
\ generosity and hospitality and those claim ie.undoubtedly:true fo at the hotel but have just left respective parts In
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who know thenT beat *ajr that neither; It ; the power of nature tQ we to establish, 'a home.: We. were told:they left well noblest of uK traits.* woman could poosess. : ; tv/ryone"withopt" '" the exception -
.4s '. Mr, Lee or lit :Parsons ,t. ever happy, produce, any superior. The, later propose" a regular Valley with the treatment they ,. I declare "that' '"meat,n was- ,
the ,
',' beat barbecued"meat he had.e.eaten. : ..
j" 'unless they are changing frowru into all well' matured and so well fruited thai bureau at St. Cloud and in Florida, also with the cour/try, !She was a member of the) Methodist -".. r. 4
-The credit for this
: 1 _. miles or, aiding some homeless wan most of the limbs for its future. gastronomic '
eli are propped to keep entire'page'' or' more are hopeful They church, and her remains were consigned -! y '
'i ", derer.: Before the end of this life la them from breaking.. And there arQ undoubtedly make their home with to the grave In Ro.ehlll'cerne- : excellence is George" Da? ,
Colony news. via Branson ''
and RuB cooks
chief ably'upieted
1; ; reached by those who shared in thiscompany's any number of trees in all these grove in the near future and assist in mak- tefy oh Sunday afternoon with the services ,
by Claude Darrence '
and J. H.
hospitality on Tuesday last that will from ;
; prduee twenty to twenty- our colony a success. of that,
r they may go upon many an excursion five boxes. The colony work is still 1>> Mr. Harry Brazer, our most perse faithsAnother ' Hansel!and sons', Henry and Everett- ;'

or sit at, many a festal board, but The excursionists, ,and especially) nicely. The saw mill has been fisherman at the Soldier House, Tine flowing WelL who so literally "bore the burden,and. :/n
'n there will be none at which a truer or those who have lately moved this'locality several days' Mr. Earl i himself a shade on Monday to pro Nick Regero, the Italian tracker, has heat of the day''*by cooking ,th*, JD8at.; r>'**

_ friendlier spirit will prevail than at the ,,were figuratively swept off their! begun work with the surveyors. : him part of,the time while watching just had an actesUn! well driven, on the to its toothsome- completeness. ,
one over which Jno.: M.-Lee presided feet by the sight the trees and fruit Laura Patterson and 'her i lines. If he displays" the ramp per- o fife-acre tract which he, recently purr Yry" truly; i" "tf t

'' in the oak hammock at Southport. looking so clean and .green that they stopping at the Runnymed. as a business man' that he .chased in the northeaat part of town, W.'MURTHT..
'' It was Mr. t-', Intention to conduct would not have been surprised if the MrsI Baxter, the former as-a. fisherman, we predict a suc; striking a fine flow at 160 feet: ,It I 1a a Kissimmee, Well Advertised. ,

the excursionists over the company's bad been Informed the trees. .had Jut the hotel has, turned that 1 career for bin In.the colony- '; two-inch well and flow a full stream a Mr. R, H.; 'Tate. d1nj ion freight agent ,!
farm and orange groves, but a shoWer! been given a bath by those employed to telry over to Mr. Riled of Boston, After returning home'Monday from foot above) ground which will' furnish of;,the. Queen & /Crescent .route, ,xwasher .
coming on prevented y from going, keep the groves, tt was a revelation i and we understand Mr. and Mrs. trip over the colony lands, out of cu plenty! of water' and"to spar ''for his a day or so this week on a visit to .*.' I
,though a small party, under.Mr. Lee's to them, and they one. and, all state have left for the north, we went up to the top of_the old five acres This land adjoin;the ten his'sister, Mrs...Sturtevant; leaving lase
guidance, ..r.shown;the f wonders to. thatthey'were. now ready to 'believ* We, l in company with Mr.' B.' F. mill and meaaured the height of I acres which'"Messrs. Altman'and Ney night, 'for;. New: Orleans yti;::;'Mr'iTate" t
4 be found only on Florida, muck land. any statement mad regarding this were .iY.klndl.ieeeiv'ed at ;: mill from,the ground *> th*' top of land this fall andthese'gentlemen'ate' : states that KissimmeeUprettjf well aoV'j?

'r A description' on paper of this. wonderfuV'fanh -. county and they,will write' theifrierada and were shown every e cupalo floor and found it to be M |i. duly 'elated '' over the proa-' erased through his section,:"and that s,

l.' and'groyesf most" 'nscessarDy .:* ,r -' Reed giving na'aU'th0.brfot .. Anyone) syh4Sngto4ieitall: of. pect.otJn1r\ able, to secure socti anabundancee9 quite a number of peopla from Vp there. .. '
fan, .so, far'short. ,, ;...&.of..,','that'; to. (Continua on fourth page.) 1 had at her diap&r$with the in locality from elevated I :water: so easily. will com down this fall and,winter.. A
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,Meeting' of City Council l >/,

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Committee Appointed to't Get Estimates for. Covering ''/

, lCONTCrOR and LDfR I .. "the T nt"the, End of the' ". City.. Dock. I.;.'' .

r ; :,1s. ':r : Does General} Contracttnjrand-"Building-.Furnishes-Esti' .<;. (ssinimee."rIL.Ag-, .: ."! the old bath houses,'at the:,:end of ,the f 'VI'.,

' 6 mates -Structures of an size- or Dimensions whether ,. The Council met In. regular session, dock.. . -. .

. ,; *, .. It be,a Two-Room_ Cottage or a, Tourist's 1.w 1. there being present T+. W.=Ellis'-( pre s. P.: A.;i Vans Agnew, T. M.'Rlvirs and t

Ident T. M. fcivers, "W.. J, Sears<, J. T. WV Ellis were appointed a>, coimnit-I
' ; -a'-Specialty' l of boring ARTESIAN WELLS... M. 'Hansell;;: f.'A.' Vane ;Agnew,. City tee'with" In Instructions' submit (planj( Chalmers-Detroit Qudo'O", }

'.," "" _. ... in ."whch' he has met with the greatest'success: . .' Atty., and J: .Gilbert, Clerk. ,and epeci1icatlonamade by W. B. 'Clay "" ,
I f of 'man in: Florida. / f
any The minutes of laat meeting wert read to underwriters association' and have .

:- and approved, reports,of officers 'were i 1 them- pass upon same " T. S. ABERNETHY,. Agent.
,' ' Give him youf1-- w, sk and It I<1sSlrnlilP-CrEldr- examined and approved.. Bills were ap.. Wm. Lyons Englneerin' Co. submits _-. . ff
.l... ,.. 1'.t ,I wltl-5e well'ahd. ulcltly dona: : ?roved-and ordered paid as.follows. J ted. proposition aa to survey and estimate - - "ORLANDO. ; TtAiCS -- -" -- ---

_1 T 14 M ,rphr.Ml M *18 00 1 as to coat of --.waterworks, which WRITE "OR c3FIIIPTlVE AT AIOG' )Cl E. i
, .iN N} IIa'i I Morhatter, ml u m.rnlial.. ". .. ,. 60 00 j was taken under' advisement pending . . "--. aug82p .
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I MoPh tUr cant' ? 8 flo further-'investigation.. . ;
1 Z Rolwraon, Ml treasurer . 10 00R'Gllbert I Tax sale ,
; J .' ... certificates against blocks ri 4)11 In n n4rn n nnrinM nn :
: ; .I u cl.rk 85 DOT l r.L M and N and lots i, 2 and 3 of blockK VVVVV IVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVhAT. : .
's: r W EUI..I1I u alderman . 1 00 .
; : SUNNY SOUTH STABLES W J "..Ar.. .a\l 8ft xldermm ." loo of'"K. A. Mathews addition; also EfJ r. "

: t TM IlI era. dai ..i lor"'D ...'. j OO of lot 2, block S were.jallowed redeemed f
1 I M lloaoell, 81 u" alderman' . I 00'! at 25 cent of
face value
per ,without '

f'r't.' L. H./.lNQRAM.. Prop* 'jetor. *- 'v '' Valley Frat Kinsimme rnlty GazetM*. H.ll Telephone,rlnting r.n\Co.. phon.. nnt.
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I Stanford Canon ;.v<".. nirchandi. 8 80 coat j 1 of cancelling; same:' .
t Livery Sale :and Boarding Maynr'a-C'ourt. wlin.'!?cot ...... 800 I I There,being no further business, the
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E P Dann. salary u Supt E. L. P. 140 00 i iJ I Council !
adjourned to meet in
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R Gilbert
: t'Jii' Mary n .1.&rJ' and trmu- I I 8
I . session Friday. August 6th. 1909:
t '.' urarB. L. P. .ti86! \01 1 at ,
t : 1 Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and pref Edison Cornell, InataUatlon. work .. 8 76 f 7.30' p. m. T. W. Eujs, .
V It. Kill.: ,Installation ... : S;
work 24 76| J. R. 1
:a : pared to meet all demands with perfect satisfaction.t A H 84r.| wood for E. L. P. . .. .11 9fKluimmaa >I GILBERT President. . ..
j' ." ; ,. .. . Lumber Co., wood for E. U P. M' ft, _. Clerk. I our white Linerie 0.
\. E A Barna. Inatallatlon" . 7.f 1 ,
oj ) : f :: HEAVYHAULING A SPECIALTY Mach U....... drayan for E. L. P. '.. (Oil L GENtRAiDIRECTORY ,

I .. Wat.n & Canon GrocersfCo md. for Linen and other washable ,
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j BROADWAYPHONE 1 O2 .. K. L. P. 11 siWwMrn S S y
.. '.'. '. Gaa and Fixture. Co.. rndtefor E. Of the Churches and Fraternal Sod.'

"i L. P. Rleetric Co.. rndse for. E. L P... 11 76 HITlorlda 68Westtnthouae I dies- of Kissimmee. S Skirts at $2 and over sellS "

.................................................................. Elec. Mfg. Co. metera for '' 1 -
: E. L. P. .
\ I. t' = WHAT IT MEANS J R Gilbert freight for E. L. 0200 16 16 I CHURCHES. ing at half price. S
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KL.Imm..Lumber Co., lumber I BAPTIST. .
.". e j Many panp'e' ,ill not know what. aim .. "'..pllAll'l for. or the J Z Roberaon. pay roll atreet work 121 Bunyan Stephens,
ml with pastor.
a bank of little or no I'ipllal one a liege oapllitl.
, f % L H In ..m. hkulfni clay (0 W HO j'i School S On cheaper z;
C A IIA-: K'1i CAPITAL AND SURPLUS! Sunday 9.45 a. m.-N C. Bryan, ones a reduction -
, Mach Broa haulinv clay 70 40
''I' r : Ill ne fund. tba' protwtn the ilui| > IU>r. from l.m. therefore the larger It tl lb. j superintendent.I i
a greeter protection the ,il ,p < I .. .. e.I Berry Padgett aalary an scavenger M 60 I Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m.PraXermeeting7.45Thuredayevening. s- one-third S' :
Capital .OCMI'MI> of
. .. will. ,
.I, .I, = Hurplua food of ,. I\.INNI' (Kl i N U Harria. street work. ,. /8 75 I :
"' 1, a htwlcholiienr (ability -{)('.OOO-W e L M Whidden, atreet work 43 00 1 B. Y. B. U. T.45 Friday evening. "' t 1't II'
: . ,.IO> (MlTnl i Dan Mc'alliater. drayage. 60
A total of I11.V Visitors made.
always welcome. "
I I. I racannthnt. we mail lino IIIV'1'l I ', ,". ',' bofore our deponlliini oouli lose a i J. Z. Roberson, treasurer, reported I ' I .
k cent Thl. piotM-tlon In for YOC. .
as follows 1'r
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I School. 9.45 a. m.-Geo. F.
",..: = STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE GENERAL' FUND. I Parker, superintendent.Christian ; At these prices none '
Y, i I.. -np'- To balance from but report I1D.W (01 j j 1 I 1
I I : ftIOSIMS4, , ,,,,. FL.CU"'OA, 1 Received from 4 lerk 41 j* j i Endeavor i.45 p: m.
Received from Marshal 97 90 No preaching or prayer meeting till. I I will be charged and alt i ig 1'p
j. c. A.-.JAKSOM.; l'rel\l.I.t'l J >BV 1'lco M-I're.Aont I-KE(!: ) N. B. CARSON<'..tihlerDANN'S :: Received from Tax Collector.. 40 66 October 1st.Visitors j : no i

1- d, .r i................<....................................................! '10tal l . i. most cordially invited to all j
11S211 I !
't y Hy\ paid, warrants 171 4 iTo I! services. CHRISTIAN.: f; ; terations made. f gKissimiiiee ; .

;; l balance. on hand fll'47'! 19 I: A. M. Chisholm, pastor. o
. > t'it ) WAGON WORKS STREET FUND. I Preaching first and third Sundays of. V iv\vv svvvV I

o ., To lalancv from last report .. 1.\1\ G each month at fl a. m. and 7.45 p. m. p
1 j t To ( '. Bible School 9.4," -C. E.
> amount from Hank IINI' IU) ) a. m. Yowell
r y ? To amount from Clerk 2! OJ-'""superintendent.
+1. 'lo amount from Tax Colluctor !.) :4 '
; .f AT REASONABLE PRICES. i Christian Endeavor first and third ]BottJine
-;'. Total !: Sunday of each month at 6.30 p. m.
; ; . IIII 84 ;
j Blacksmi ting Horseshoe!tigand Repair Work of By paid warrant' eU2' ) .ti every
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1 ro balance l on hand I 1142 I 49CCNtwl. \' "WorksG2. ]
:; : 1" AII'Kinds Done by First-class: Workmen. '. FUND i Rev. David D.EPISCOPAL.i Kidd, rector. -
I Tu balance from laat report I 677 1,1 '
" I Services every second Sunday at 10JO'::
To amount from Clerk 8 72 .
rw I' M. F> PROP ,
: la amount from Tax Collector a. m. and 4 p. m. AATI-IEA. : RaTOR9odal :
8 26

f t : > \ J. J. DANN Proprietor. Total '.. : . -G'14' j 62 Morning at 11.30 prayer a. m.-and Conducted litany every I by :Sunday j Water. Coco Cola. Ginger Ale and All the Wwest and Best'? I
a lay
'I ,' By paid warmn'u ... 4410' 00 1 I Drinks Bottled and Crowned by New and CJp-to-Date Machinery. *rj I,
)Jy(' -- man. ,
'a uT balance on hand f,94 62 Sunday School-1st, 3rd and 4th Sunday i
I 10.30 a. m., 2nd Sunday 9.30a. GIVE US A TRIAL* ORDER? ;
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t [ $ AND JHflBJllNE KLBCTUC: LION? FUND.Tobalanc.from '
> w'k W. G. Hankins, superintendent .. "
\, : laat report''*''w. 7lW,31\ All services ; -------,-' -- -- -- .. '. .
To amount from Cerk.4Miiii) : ,'\'' 14lo 63 suspended during July '
I 4Gp0170tiCC! !A!Ot8OtiOtACSGtDOtlOt10SiOf10t10t1dt: ;QItOCtOCItOCItOCOC! I .t' > ,
p 1 ANTHONY amount from.Tax : + 1 a"'i.X? and August: .
; : A. LOLL, proprietor. 17 49 r '
PS ..', ....,;,, -'n...,. '.-r .' ." "' .....,t I'#1 To: amount. ,from B,,L. Collector :.. .2' .4' .' METHODIST ", *"' ' ,'''' j |.c.. '"A.'CARSON.Pr..*d-j. J A. CHANFORD VkaPreafdent., ;> :. f" < -8,L." 'LUPFER 8e :1, '" n. i j it", .r
ti" j'f .,. ;ACUNT';; : po F Total. ....:. .... "LT.: .', .......iai: 22 <";JS5;:T; Mitchell.'pastor.:: kj ; : .' ;;rI
By paid warrants 11.1': 01 Preaching every Sunday\ morning and : .t
: ft.: Fairbanks-Morse: Gas Engines evening. 0Sun'day I
01 .
l To balance on hand $ !M Is School 9.45 a. m.J. M. Lee KISSIMMEELUMBER> co.'j.

.; :: and Irrigating OUtfits. SANITARY FUN D. superintendent.
.. '. 1 To balance from lant report. $ 'i''ti '|rTJ >
i' h' amount from Marshal! 2'* 7.rt Prayer meeting every Wednesdaynight. 1
-- To amount from Clerk ,., . ((1 fiO i

4 IJ \ AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED To amount from Tax Collector.; .. 6; 81 Choir practice every Saturday night. I

Total . ... ( 1:17: Ul FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. I Rough and Dressed r

) : I". .ARTESIAN, } LLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH By paid warrants 117 M MASONIC.. fe

Y \; ""'i'.P' 'P _, To balance on hand .. ,.. .... t 19 51BU1LII1NQ Orange Blossom Lodge, No. 80, F. & Pine Lumber. t I .
'L.: : ; .
'" FUND. A. M., meets first and third Monday
.4 r To balance from laat report .. .. .. f >">* 36 nights i in each month at 7.80 o'clock in
1Ne Solicit all Kinds Repair Work To To amount amount from from Clerk Tax Collector. "" ..... ....' 2 2 HO 75:. Fraternity Hall.J. Y

WxPrentis, W. M. r
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&-., h'.,' .' .. To balance on hand $ 48002CEYLTE1Y R. O. Meek secretary. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY> J :$\' .
,'' 1j.r; at S4lraeh aIIkAk.ftL6.... brdsruAcex. ,nueitaer -----tIuIIk, FUND' KNIGHTS: OF PYTHIAS. 1 .
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: To balance on hand t 2M IH X A i0t1000 i0IO QICC ICCICCICCICC rOlrOhOR% OC1CC1CC \....
\. ,. Friendship Lodge, No. 10, meets every ,
After discussing the question( of putting : Wednesday night at '7.80 o'clock In Fraternity "..
: a roof over the T t end; of city' Hall. "

1t J'l GROCERIESNone dock the president was, instructed to' T. M.: Rivers, chancellor commander.R. i '''- "

:; : i i i'rJ ;get estimate as. to cost and report at O. Meek,keeperof record and seal. i "" ,'.
-*. the next regular- meeting of the Coun- OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W.' "* School Supplies ti'-

cil, : Meeting nights second' and fourth;; ... I ),
The sanitary committee was instructed : Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. !
: _i lie
i S to take proper steps in regard to A. D. Gilbert, C. C. I .... AND x I\\"
moving theold City of Bassinger, also g. W. Dann Clerk. i' '. TABlET "
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IL ,3oo.c"a.oaooooooooooo'aoooSt. EXAMINATION TABLETS f r
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,w;." I,':.,. .. OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL.Kissimmee ,.
.p Yt.11''." ? i. [ Cloud Mercantile Co. .! V
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j R. Floyd8.o: :
t"r'! .. tOt Drug Co. .'

If'n" "': : \;.. frp' *rr'vrTV'9rTf-FW'r\ rP>R vkrv'rv'rv_'vvv'plt. : THE NEW COLONY STORED i < , ,
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.:,,11\} !\ .. r ;.fi Kelly( Suspenders 15 50c i g tOt Groceries and',General 1 Merchandise tOt: Kissimmee .Wagon Works 1 1.lII L-I.

,' ) - Saves'your-money on everything you want. : OPPOSITE CHUISTIAN CHURCH.I 1
Viking Hosiery for Men Women and r Under New
:.If > Management, with Thorough Experience and Uo-to.Date -

? 1.k I: Children 6 pair $1.00. 4> See our goods before buying elsewhere. tOt Blacksmith. Wheelwright and, Horseshoer. p
'i t Money saved is money made. Don't : t Blacksmith *T : r
1 j :Z: All Kinds Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing .
: : No Better Goods on the Market at These Prices.' it S a Specialty.. '
7.: 0tlarow away. 4ICDT .5 ;

i ;THE: CASH STORE 0.F L. Y C 9 1-1 1.i ALL WORK. . *. GUARANTEED,/ TOSATISFY.: ,4- ? ;,: '

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'"iI.:f"r.; ..,:.*. ... .It.... . . i *. . ... n 1 1 ni O.OOOOOOOOOO OOOtQt Will Trust You Rlclit. O. R. JOHNSTON, > Ii I I

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-"-- . ., .." -I, I t Florida News :CondensedITEMS }University ot florida. Florida, State' 'College'1

: A.Imallutlon\ of the FRONT RANK< ,supported
"18ta .mod FEDERAL FUNDS for Florida Florl4a 'nary" !
" NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED, in THE STATE. .. Young 1esn. A College without a ......lh.L 10 the 'ontb) of-
.NN.\\NNN\N\\\\\\NN\N\\\\N\N\\\NNM\\N\N" X v ." I Thorough Court Leading fo Degree ol B.A.', feriUK l tie._.r.::m L cud- diplomas ID the following u
B.SO.' ,M. M.So. aDd B.JtaArUaadAojvBm . '
A. L. L. l. vi College of Liberal Arta
: / At a, mass meeting of citizens .- ; 1 Judge Bullock has declared unconstitutional i *; A.ncultllrat1cJUlllllc.I',-' ']I, A JThool of Indnatrlal AruIII. '

1- yIi J -._...SW.. Plow 1 Myers'.$350"'aa' pledged! to pay $or' \ the act of the legislature of I Civil Law i,Horpml Eloclrloal School aDd Mrebanleal OraduaM Bcbool.Bxpennir EOTa..rlull, 1 IV,. A A choo.l"bool': ; of 0'Fine Eipr.il0n.V ArM .,
A.. printing literature advertising that dCThe ,I 7 providing for the payment of a reWa < .A ror Te.rh.r..
\ '". .. : exceedingly. LO"0.. catalogue No tuition. Other eap.ue.s'ysrr 'low., For
: .-...--.....-.. : J of'. $50.'to any person furnishing 'writ to ,. tarUxflnivrmaUon. atldrcaai 1ri.

'I' r,600- ., ,' .' contract has been let for a new testimony to convht.a' person of selling .,.A..MurpJlreeff.AM.-: L.-D. Edward ,ConraJU M.' A' Ph. bi, '
I,. ,; -. 4. school building at Oak' Grove'Cltru.: Uql,1o : ., .
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(,. 'J, Acres: of Muck Land-Same, county. yN From .V Vy reliable source comes the j PHtSIDENTI .

the .. .
I., ' - The first session of newly created information that a number of Chicago I' "
: : .sSt.Cl" county court of St. Lucie county will .Capitalists will \ieginnegotiqtinnd Bonn :...,.........++:..............-
f : ud-Cut--Up-Into. convene in Fort Pierce pn the 10th.. i for the construction .an'electric rail
,'i- : ; r I way between Jacksonville and Miami ROLLIN'S'COLLEGE :.

Five Acre Tracts. The $190,000"worth of bonds of 'Pu'tr!t along theeastsoaat. 1 FtORIDA'H OLU6ST COLLEGE' T ", -

? .. : Ram i county have-been sold to a'Chicago J . r 4> :
College Academy and Schools of Music
; Fine
Expression t,
firm at and li of ] "
par premium $1,900. The Board of Trade of Bradentowrrtrout .
" [ . ...Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, .and Business,
.after a. new and better railroad *
, There are $27,101.31 .in the treasury i schedule between that town and Tampa Carnegie Hall and third men's. dormitory\ now compl.tedt eleoZ'
'of Dade county and still the money 1! and'$committee has been appointed trie UK I) s. steam and furnace -li. at; UIKO! iHOiiltv; erfect| health
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1 coodhloos; Une.ffvmnaslum' athletic fields, bontlpe, teonlscourts,
" continues to.go in faster than, I it comes i:|I to take 'up the matter with .the Sea. roir link; baseball. fooihHll and baikrthall teams champions of
Just cast of KIssImmee city limits on. r out. ,i board Air Line officials. I .'"h'$ !Ida) in 1901)\ Nearly u quarter of a railllan dollar eodowineot; ,,
:, -, I I . i moderate, ; hcholarshlps avalUlilo.. CtrUtlan .hutuodea
,' clay road. This land( was selected The Jacksonville Metropolis scout car Fire destroyedPthe home of Mr. B. F. "IIJ1Ual.lvnl; stands. forCHARACTER

: on its run to Savannah forced to I Coachman at Live pak on the night of 4- CULTURE ''
by Capt. Hose, now :$tate.Chemist, of CONDUCT
I finish with whisky instead gasolene all household '
July 28th, together with .
For Catalogue Address the President:
when' he was In cliarge of the. DIss- In its.tank. goods and family wearing apparel. The :
T loss will run lip into the thousands, with Wm. F. Blackman, Ph. D., Winter Park Fla.. Z
The City Council of Bradentown has .
ton drainage operations. It lies at insurance of $2,000.
," awarded' the contract for laying sideWalks -an- only- ............t....... l ...... ''W'
ilriiinsInto'Lake - on its principal streets, arid.workwill 1
the north end of, mid At Hornosassa Mrs. Charles Gerock, .
I' begin at once .
who has /been separated from her husband . '."

Tohopekallga. This! line body for some time, kidnaped her 11- John B. Stetson University-'
Within the past three months twenty
year- ld boy who had been living with
... of trucking land will be on tie market buildings have been completed in,,Fort LINCOLN iL tLEY. Pk. D.Utt. D. LL. D. rresides -
Ocala with
his father, and got as far as o
; Pierce, and fully that many more are in THE BEST SCHOOL TOOK FOR YOUR CHILDREN ro
Just! its !boon! as the su 4eyorscan course of construction. him, but was arrested at that place and. '".
I \ carried back. SEND> THBM-TO STETSON
complete the platting.J.M.WlLLSQNdR. I 49 Professors and Instructor College of Liberal Art
I Professor B. B.'Lane, who waa principal If University BulMings College Law _
r of the Femandina high school last Henry M. Marshall], a Pensacola post. 2S Acre Campus College of Technology
: office clerk has been under*arrest Ml Student. Last Year CoU .. of BusinessPreparatory
--............. 1 year, has been appointed principal with tampering with the .m.***." Endowment .- Academy
the Starke high school. 15.... Volume In Library Normal and Model School
mails. Several whisky firms of that .U....." Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Art
Another new enterprise is practically city have been missing money from letters !$ Larg Laboratories for Science School of Music i.
and Marshall is accused of General School of Fin Arts'fciiMiu
of the of late, Unsurpassed Equipment
!' assured for Ocala .the shape abstracting it. ...............I(or tmntf_ .. rear_. CenIooI'.d.MW.d.a s.d w.m b saq.Is. sa
Ocala Fertilizer' Company, which will M4 MMdarian: UMMiil. For olilon or .-- hr InfarmMio..lot __ ._. lL..JowS ....-<. stl... ,
< Walter Bryson of Live Oak has closed .

Mr. B. F. Jackson an old Confederate a sale of 2,200 of land in Suwannee -

and captain \\pf the TwentY-lIrst E. A.
., Texas cavalry during, the Civil War, who is buying for the Gress Man- GILBERTt
/9r.rrt1vr V V 4r' '1F'AI _g g'fF'4r F g_ 4r6,' died in Tampa on July 25th. ufacturing Company of that city. The

purchase price is said to be about 4000.
NO. 8. : Pineapple growing around Fort Pierce The land will be placed on the marketin CONTRACTOR and BUILDER -

has a bright outlook', and St. Lucie'. small bodies and sold on easy terms
NORcSS'w.: GriffiO county is classed as the banner countyof 'to actual settlers.

the statexfor that industry. 1\\ Plans and Estimates Furnished

,. -'\ R. )fl. Owens, the white man under t
. t.
The retail clerks of Ybor City have sentence of death at Gainesville, was

Fancy! Family Groceries organized a union, anJ.\. will) attempt to taken'to Jacksonville Monday night, it AGENT FOR-

secure a shorter workday. The stores being reported that a.mob was organizing .- ,

.t Fresh Meets in that place now keep dp n until9.30 to lynch him. He killed R. L. The Famous, Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage, 6O.OOO.- to "' Jonesville .Several months ,
I p.m.. 1.60O.OOO gallons per hour.
Delluery EveryDay at any Hour. Patronage Solicitea.brreueh G: and was to have been hanged at Gainesville Gasoline Engine, 2 to 50 H. P. Steam Engines! 5 to 200 H. P.
L I There is a white woman liv ng within on July 23rd, but at the last hour Boilers Any Size.
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sr. A d.I. tr a .e e..J&J
eight miles of Jackso ville who has the Governor granted him a respite. Stamped Metal Shinjlles, .Cellinlr and Outside Walls-A'ny Design..

never seen a railroad, having ne\er visited I, M '
that city. She is the mother of bond issue of
Lakelandwill vote on a I ENCES
eight children. \ $65OOO'the money to .be expended as

follows: $10,000 for a school building on MONUMENTS'M
The courtmartial trial 'Captain Mo- the present school grounds, $10,000 for

reno for conduct unbecoming an-officer a school building on the south side of ....... ""'" ....... ...... "

began Tampa today, and he must answer the railroad, $1,000' for improvementson .MIL MAQM, '.e. 'iRNaL T MAOM.

Is twenty-three charges and forty- ,colored schools, $30,000'or water -

Depend-On six specifications.. and electric light plant. $8,000 for light '
'and extension/'and$6,000 pn the streets. '
The members of,the.. Dramatic Club j ... '

of Lakeland have become so proficientthey i E. R. Johnson who cut to death GuyH. Li very Feed and Sale Stable J
have taken to the roadtsprpsenting: Key an express messenger' running .

the play of "A Modern Ananias" at between Jacksonville and Miami, in a r tEverythilig i!:

Plant City Tuesday night. lodging house in Jacksonville! May 11, WaoD--ORAYINQ
'I was given a preliminary hearing Wednesday Is New and FlrfitClaVe; will ,
Governor Gilchrist has offered a reward July 28th-and bound over to .
of $1CO for the arrestand'convic- await the action of the circuit court p Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service - j'

11 you depend on us, we are 'sure that tion of the murderer of Alfredo Alvarez grand jury in Duval county. John on Day or NI ht. All Kinds. .
who was assassinated in West has made a statement relative to Hauling. ,; '
will be sntlHlicd with the 1 Heavy I
you entirely way Tampa about three'weeks ago. the killing of Key.

_AT Bl=AMANOLD $jAND- F ONE 113.. -
In which your wants will be takencare of. According to th Mr. M. W. Lee-of Lakeside offers the
If It it Is your doctor's prescriptionfib. Brown, the all-round booaterand fair following as a sure preventive for the"staggers" <
\ promoter, will return to that city this in horses: Keep the water- ,rik
which want filled will attend to winter chock full of new ideas of how A.rlt 6c lauAu/1utk
:fib. you we Ing trough well cleaned and filled witha [
: to "make Tampa bigger."
of fresh clean water.
J; ._ it in n way which will please him and give Once plentiful every supply two weeks throughout the IDEAL FERTILIZERSI

John J. Silva shot and killed Louis hot months put in the trough one pound
rr:, you the,utmost satisfaction. ""- Hahn at Jupiter last Saturday. The of sulphur, one pound of salts' and one 4 BEST k:

t It it is an ordinary drug store article coroner's jury' found Silva guilty of ounce of saltpetre. Throw out what remains : .
manslaughter, and he is in jail in Miami
of the drugs at the end of two
; \ I. To a place on our regular list a formula must Dot oolv pro a ;
that is tI manled'J\m will get whas'you waiting the action of the grand jury. weeks and put in a new supply, making results but results with a PRO IT. The user of fertilizer, considers'

use of the opportunity to cleanse the the effect on his pocketbook-th REAL result. -- / '
f' want,,for our stock Inmost carefully 8 The farmers around Providence, Polk trough thoroughly. 4 IDEAL FBflTILIZEU produces the right ettecl., for U worjcf with Na. 4tore.
: \ 4jI' The preference of each class of vegetation for .Ks source of
have had such
' .' lectcd and In it is to be found practically county a prosperousyear plant food U carefully studied as well as the props oroportlons. to
will celebrate with bar- '
they a big
\ 0 give perfect balance-no lac.lcrno waste. a
: becue on the third Saturday In this i.With proper application of oroper food, vecretaIon outgrows diseases ?s
, article that is round 1/
"any, ever in a drug month, to which everybody is invited. Diarrhea and insects to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous, pro J I
'.. ducei fruit that Is pleasing to the eye and palate and brings financial
'.'.> t store. 'II I returns pleasing to the grower. .
< Work is progressing fast on the new 4jI Do not It.sehe maximum profit due you by using; poorly balanced t .

', ; Yes you can depend on us for all your extension of the Seabord Air Line from Quickly Cured.Chamberlains.. plant food from Improper sources. IDEAL stands for PROFIT., ... t+ ',

near Clark to points sotith, and the citizens Call local "
on our agent
j: wants which. you expect to .satisfy in' a of Newberry are now endeavoringto

a' OUr,stock\ modem and' get to'enter that 'place. j' WAtEltS & ARSON GROCERY. CO.,
drug store. our I'
. __ i or address j jLiFatF'Vr
f. service to customers is as good as careful \ A most brutal murder was committedat I Colic, Cholera and
Welaka on July 25th-Lawrence Dar- .
& Toomer Fertilizer
Wilson Co.
" attention can make it. gin a negro, killing his.wife! with a Diarrhea RemedyCan JacS2"e t .
. club and then cutting her throat with a 1

:Depend on its and. your drug-store knife. Dargin is in jail and admits his always be depended upon. "VroYr'...........rvr'fF ..,.............'V'"_'V' ...... ..,.. .1- '

: buying ,will prove pleasant and satisfac! guilt. I During the summer months children

The Culpepper revival services closedat are subject to bowel disorders and should 4

:.... tory. ,. Starke last week, seventy-five converts I receive any meet careful attention. As' Malsby Machinery Co. ,
having been added to the mem- i soon a* unnatural looseness of theI
I bowel U noticed Chamberlain' Colic,
.\ bership of the local churches. The offering I Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy should be 22 OCEAN> ST. . ., . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. :':1' =.1
.' presented to the'evangeliata| < amounted to $300. 'i ft la economy; to always keep a bottle Portable and Stationary Ungiossv!:
{ 1 handy. You do not know when it may Saw Mills, Wood-worklna Machinery ', I
be needed bat when you do want. it you Shingle Mills, Lath Mills,sod ,. i
Mrs. Charles'Zerelly, living near Jacksonville , want it badly. get bottle today general line of supplies; Complsv rlioe ,
: : assaulted carried In stock for Immsdiate-'l, .'
was on July 29th bya 1\
: negro, and is nowj in St. Lukes hosr! .. - htpmept. .Sold oc easy terms. :. I
: PHARMACY pita in that city in a very critical con I rows ....v.m.. PILLS '" It will pay you to consult us before ,
dition. The fiend has not as yet been The treat Iron and mute reatorative for m.swomen buvlnr. Postal will bring our sales' '.

F' I caught, but officers are seeking him in 1.-;and build*=up tb..r.Nm-.od-eenwnihrpnrmal produce. strength end vitality = --'nan.Write tnrNlu.sreeed-catalogue'-,, '
every part of: the state, and his capture i ricor For ul br : is certain in a short,time. 1 I I box.i bar a.Y, for 13 00. Bold only bjr Oactola W,an Oraml Soatbva Fuauhu CndnM,a>Mm.*ud Saw MW .. fV

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' ':jIie Ki iii e; galley Gazette. 'I Excursiaii rind J&rbecue A. )JUSORIBUTE. : POTATO PONE DEFINITIONS.-- .tj',

-.; .- 'Ol..od From '
Seme )
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PUB ISHED\VPRY FRIDAY. It* 'i To the Man Who founded the.Tuber- Will B Furnished ,by Bob Partin at High School JExamlristloni. -
; examlna .
Officei V'att pazette Building.KU.91MMEE.08Cy an" i (Contlnufrorn'1lrs ?page,) Among the question in an
t y couNTirTf LA; ; bonds to : in their fonne 'bom"s tha /If,thl. is not culosis Sanitarium at tircoossee. the Next'Exoirsion and Barbecue. S tlon Jn definitions In ,a''well regulated

work, paradise it Is''as-near trf It could be '' i high school In an !eastern city were _
as Dear Mr. Editor Editor Valley Gazette. bronchor'-"Wbat Is,
v What a
/ those:
iav Prop'r found on this arth. Those'of us who are familiar with the There amusing"side>llftes to every -
tt, HARRIS, EaltorNmd. are a boomerang?" "Wliat Is 'a pantomliner -
', ":. The boat Mi the landing at these Inception and progress'of the State Tuberculosis great'eventand' the following episode cartoon r And
\ ' : '\"ot" will .. !? "What .It a,
,. SUBSCRIPTION RATES , : grovesap 4:15: ,\and th* cityT -do k' was J Sanitarium I it" Narcoossee anent the "excursion and, 'barbecue at: these four excited some most remarkable -;
the '-
O."PI'.on. ri.r..y.;.*' OQOn.ooer.ais < reached' at 6:30: her good-byes were 'were muth gratified to 'note your generous Southport Is, I think rich enough,,to answers., The following bona fide
months ..*, .. * There : said led to those who 'clatlon 1 random from the pan
"' andthanke.expre 'of the founder( ,. DrrJohn find a place In print' 'repl1 l taken-Jit
All cAnmunlcirtlihV, ;; ..o pt from our utho. who are had; made,J possible? one of the pleasant- E. Ennis;,In last week's issue of 4AsederybodylnOsceola. county knows pen, show In many cases decided orlg4.
>*Md aom...pond.n...rou.t .....lirnwl t>r th.wrftw are : est days of thelt lives i tie 'Gazette. Is I l'' finality; to say the,least: but they like
Valley Bob
. __ ._. R-C.. Partn! his introduction
l.i..!t l autt0r\wll! not b., returned unl-r.Entered the \' ?" ( ) the effect of: Imperfect
... ..oll-dfnr. J During: thBulay there were numerous At a period of life when most men are unnecessary Well, a couple of' daysafter 'i i wise display and of
,.". --.;----- \- election pleasantries indulged Irii such as giving glad to retire from active Dr. strolling :- enunciation and pronunciation
: at tlte'Poafumca In KI..lm_ FIag4 service, the big eat Friend Bob waIf>I association of Ideaswithout :due
to the
.eond""" ...mall matter. say three cheers.and\a tige'to the Lee- Ennis has exerted himself with unusual through'the country communing with, ._
*i q.I,, i" IT/!/. l4.V *rFriclav" ." =- ity. Parsons Cattle Co. and he' Kissimmee .tenacity of with la wont do time regard to "sense. A. j .
t : : purpose unselfish persistency nature', as he to atfany ..--ID-npI7' to the.flMtjaujirjLnvVH .tuUI ...
AutruHt O lVOiJ OI' ; iJoarcror, ra eat e binging of Mr.' for the good'ofhumanity; during the summer and fall, and inci. I 1. broncho'" were the following A *>
but use O. C'Daisy. V : Ably assisted by Mrs. Ennis, for several dentally looking for a couple of""yearlings 1 broncho, is an herb used as a medicine',

h---- ..Ki1l8rmm eL-the,City of. Gardena.I _.__ watera. Jt is the jntentiofa of. the Board of ears past he has generously! evoted ...that...had...strayed from their pas-, a part of your' body, a orelgner- ,, a's'* .
"'' vests !; ; :Trade to repeat this excursion at a date both time and-meana'in the.effort to establish twres green, when he felf in with several \man that lives on-raftfnesr; "
t' Wheat has-reaehed the<<: $1.60 mark- taXn; when the fruit on the trees 4s golden; a much needed sanitarium for of the old soldier.colonists,'and they "What is'1 a boomerang called

;,; '''' that JB, on the- New York Stock Is and which will be, possibly l the. latter part the treatment of tuberculosis In this knowing that he was one of, this community forth among others.) : theses A boomerang '

;V' change, not in the fields. .-:_ / The of November, and every newcomer state, and now that ,his efforts arejeing ', original! settlers, in fact -they I Is a species Indian o/chewsJ the! baboon something( family ex:
, what an
' visitor
; of p'r and. will receive' an invitation! crowned with success, who would had heard 1fc* came here in days now, so .. ,
would from tKe/arnoDnt plosive.\
y It seem '
r'r linamen haveFbeen grown and the sight that will greet their eyes not gladly render honor to.whom honor long since past that the exact time is The replies to "What Is a pantomime -?
killing the Americanized has arrivedi ; I it both :! will remain with them through all time. is due. Noble h'earted and true, inspired only conjecture, asked him why he waSpot ?" included the following: A pan-,
of late
r doing Christianising thXtime them ,* i ii stall a !.oo.much credit cannot be given the | _by exalted spiritual forces, this man present at the barbecue. tomlme Is an animal that eats human

i, to cease : committee, Me srs. H. C. Stanford, A. I has performed a work which will endure, ,"Business and lot's of it,yo answeredBob flesh, a person who finds fault a man

,r With theTGng of Spain a prisoner in I er it will E. Donegan and'P. A. Vans Agnew, for a work inspired by right motives. "but while this measly carcas I'mtotin' who' Is always on" the bad side of everything )

,,' his castle and his wife a fugitive in'' The the thorough manner In which they at- Lest any should regard this as fulsome around wasn't there, my heart a trunk, a box to carry of four peo-\\

'', France it looks as though the dream of from tended to all the arrrangements incidentto praise I would call to mind thefarreaching was there away up in the front row, pie In, resting on one's the shoulders former sins. .
j" . .the' Carlists is about to be, realized. been the excursion, and they are entitled to, effect, the great good and Will always be there! or anywhere men As;for a vision the question "What Is a cartoon -'
not one and will receive, the thanks of all our which will inevitably result from the the .,
\ else when my people are extending y that seemed to excite the wildest
1-(t Kissimmee is getting to be one of the come : pleple'>> for their zeal. a untiring, efforts. establishment of such a, sanitarium lit ,,!welcome _hand to strangers' in ourmid.t. Ideas of all' and there were brought'
{r. most progressive! towns of the state. It teatim
is making efforts to get settlers there fore we excursion! party, arid while the place of from the great white plague. And then an old veteran shied his castor Is a vessel for holding articles 'aj

t: in great shape.vfyusia County Record. which a ] residence\} is given /to rnany-as coming Scattered over the state such patients into the ring with the remark: "Mr. strong windstorm, a kind of fish a

{'" tention from foreign states. there were but are undoubtedly a menace to the healthof Partin do know John Lee?" bunch of flowers presented to a hero .
newspaper dou- you .
.When a than.. : few who have not decled to make this or a nobleman a soldier's water bottle
society in general while Lee thundered
"Do John ?
segregationat I know
In'on > as d"d of wind.-New
j' 'bles Circulation
-yjar a statue a strong gust
closed] ttf their home in the future: the State Sanitarium warrants at Bob, "I should: Uy I do know John Lee.
; the Valley Gazette the one tuft York Tribune.
C. H. Newel\, Huntington, Ind. least the curtailment of .
it is evident that it is fulfilling its mis- general disasterif Why man, I raised him up in Tattnall
" ion. tem obtained of t Mr. and Mrs. E. Brewer, Norfolk not the speedy elimination of the. disease county Georgia, and many is the time MONTENEGRO DANCES.

t Va. itself.Is I've spanked him till he'd have to eat -
Prohibitionists have woji their fight If we Mr. and Mrs.. E. H. Austin, Edinboro, not the selection of this locality by j standing up. But he's too big for that The Kolo Is a Feature of All Qreat''

m in Santa Rosa county for the second means Pa. the State Board of Health practically' no*, and all I can do is to take it out in National Feitlval ,

time, and they will w1r/their fight for and eng Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hoffer, Ellis an acknowledgment of the superior talking about him. And you say you The national dance'of Montenegro Is

state-wide prohibition at the general) them the Kae.Mr. healthfulness of Osceola county? all had the biggest kind of an eat eh! the "kolo." somewhat similar to the

..' election next year. I / and : and Mrs. J. W. Matthews Cal. This short note is penned, Mr. Editor, : Well, I tell yon what I'm going to do: "horo" of Bulgaria. Both sexes take
they W. W. CarscyJ;'Kissimmee. on the principle that it is not always the The next time an excursion and barbecue part, crossing hands and forming an

''f" Dispatches tell us tttat one thousand In Mrs. C. E: Jones, Kissimmee. part of wisdom toawait a man's demise is given I'm going to furnish a bar- unjoined circle. The music they boro-supply --
Chinamen have; been drowned. Well)!, of any W. E. Overstreet, Kis immf'e. theniselves.. each end of
i r I before; acknowledging a just appreciationof rel of persimmon beer, a .potato pone a verse In honor of'
T there are enough left to be a menace to that will : ,I F. W. Hill, Miss Madeline Hill, Victor nis efforts on-behalf of suffering humanity weighing forty pounds and all the possums the alternately prince and singing his warlike deeds. The

_._. the United States as I long as one is permitted them Hill and !f r. A. Williams, Narcoossee. anti also to reassert the general the crowd can eat And say, whatis "kolo" Is always danced at any. great
to land{ in this c u try. have ] I G. W. Penn, wife and son, Cherokee, healthfulness, its almost total freedom the matter with having Mr. Bill Taft national festival, and the effect of the

McLendon : Ala.J.. from insect pests: 'and the very manyindutemr.ns down here to help eat 'em? I hear they sonorous voices andswaying ring ls_
Railroad Commissioned 01I nothing B: Mines, Pleasant Ridge, Ohio. olTered }by nature to incoming fed him on possum up iq Georgia, and very fine. Then there Is another dance
Georgia got his just del! rts when Governor (.1. Van Horn, North Lough, Neb.B. homoteejieib ana:: winter sojourners : we can go those people a'dozen better performed by four or five usually
Smith separated hihi from his job. existing. F. Knapp, Fitzgerald, Ga. youths, to the accompaulin 4I.ot of a
in our midst. : and this locality being the place the
A man who fails to carry uthis pledges fiddle, the leader setting a lot of Intricate -
We R. Kisairnmee.
Driggers, ] selected for the
Very truly Almighty evidently
I I office. yours which the re.t'1m}
baa no right to continue public quick steps
tenths C. C. Brown Kissimmee.A. .
EZRA J. STEWART. Garden of Eden our President should '
\ : tate at OOce. It is really a sort of jig
We do not wish people to buy prop- mee will E. Cram, Kansas. Shaker Colony, August 3, 1909. see it. This is the best: country on earth, and makes the spectator's bead swim

' erty around Kissimmee without seeing tailing Joseph Murray, Los Angeles, Cal. has the best climate, the best soil, the If he watches It for long.

it. All we ask Is that those desiring to pose ; Stanford Blazer W. Va. Dickson's Track Road. best people, and there is no better way 1 never saw any dances In northern
locate t in Florida come here and makean i and will R. J. Donegan A. E. Donegan, Chas. to convince newcomers of those facts Albania though- certain Slav artists

Invt a.tlgatlon. If they do, they'll vance Don ega\), Miss Lizzie Donegan, Kis- The ews thct a pat iVOad oeen granted than to feed 'em on barbecued beef, love to depict wonderful sword dances,
amount simmee. .to H. H..Dickpon of Orlando for his possum and persimmon beer, and then with beauteous maidens swaying gracefully
stay. block track for roads after the style of notch girls
concrete was
Globe.'y Mrs. D. G. Wagner, Sanford, Fla. show them what man and nature com-
We hope the pessimists are convinced they I Mayor T. M. Murphy, Kissimmee.Mr. made pubc!:: by the Times-Unoitxa few bined are forcing! the ground to produce. A casual observer who has seen theAlbanians *

that this is the healthiest locality in the against i i and Mrs. R. Pattison, Miss Laura days ago"' It is said! that the experimtsnta Count Bob Partin and all his crowd in kets or to come their Into great Montenegrin weekly gathering mar
United States that the State Tuberculosis remove Pattison, Earl Pattison, Boyden road bui.t with these! blocks about a year
now on the next barbecue, for we'll be there In the bazaar of Scutari could
Sanitarium has been located other Iowa. ago has proved an entire success. If XOT_ bust every hameitring on the place." never picture these stern. lean men
Narcoossee fourteen miles from John Sampson: Marquette, Mich. this i hi true and the blocks van be produced never smile
F, _near And then Mr. Partin strolled away dancing or at play. They ,
o- this city. and is a Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M. Lee, Misses as cheaply as it is claimed theycan whistling: that old familiar air of "Come and they look the life they lead, each

large Vivian and Mildred Lee and Master it would seem that one solution to mv arrhs. Nora) darling," the Norain clan ever ready for war with its uelgb-

Trading stamps are now prohibited In kickers! ,/ Jonn Lee, Kissimmee. has been found for the problem"of hard that case* being his spotted heifer bor and absolutely pitiless In the ven
Georgia. One by one the gambling Earnest Penn Alabama. and durable! These blocks. are that he feared, would tote around'another detta. {The red Indian/ Is not more

games are being outlawed, and it will It/ William) Cooper, Marion, 111. made wide enough for even automobile brand than the one he uses unless he stoical Albanian In his clansman.bearlng-than Wide the World'north -

,, not be long before the death knell will Edward Mr. and Mrs., W. A. Nelson; A. S. wheels and not .er'deepb'stihatvehicles' got her back safe in his pasture'before ern Magazine .
o''' be, rung, of horse racing ,and' stock how : Nelson and O. C. Daisy, Wichita Kas. can easily: turn out o*. them, when nec- the sun'went down. I' ? .,

!,gambling. '/'r .. I,..' ruling $ / Mr and Mrs. J. W, Wilder MissEthel esacrywithout: wrenchingtlie wheels to .W ONE WHO WAS PRESENT Kent and Burr.
e,.!" 1 ,,I,. : ' : \VjJder and John Wilder, Marion, any extent.They are made lock togetlier" ; ', James Kent famous, for his om-
i .
': . .
u '"
Attorney General 1 ) "
And .
now <:
111. ; l>y tt..ani ft, a mortise: and mentaries on. American Law. was a"
: : is said to-b a candidate for a seat in Miss Eunice Maywald' Fort Myers. tension so that a broken section can be WHITTIER NOTES. great admirer bf Alexander Hamilton-

the national Senate. The General is a.r Miss Maude Gilbert, Kissimmee. .removed and replaced with a sound one. and when the great Federalist was
and and doubt can The killed by Aaron Burr ID a duel he be-
rood worthy man, no
The wheels hard smooth tracks
. Miss Inez Carson Kissimmee. run on ,
, Items of Interest From the Little
the of the lat
Shepard Implacable
retain his present job as long as he Lakeland.J. while the horse travels on the springy came enemy
wanti it, but he's hardly up to the Leader Mike Crown earth or the loose sand as the case may Town Down the Valley.Our ter. One day long afterward when In
is Daytona. New York the judge saw Bnr on theopposite
:7 'United State !Senatorlhip standard
be. But as there are no ruts to wear
mee has J. C. Moore Ki simmee. citizens are to have a picnic and side of Nassau street He"
-", A peroocrat who votes for a protec- dise of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris and child- the road out, there in less expense in barbecue on Aug. 25th. The committeeon went across the street as fast as his

, tJve tariff measure because it provides ren and Miss Clyde Seymour, Kissimmee. keeping such a road in repair, one would arrangements are full of mysterious years would permit and brandishinghis
think and road treated with cane'in Burr's face shouted .
I'm[ I sandy clay :
::1'for a duty on articles manufactured or preparations. Horse talk Is extensively -
My heart would last a long time without repairs "You're a scoundrel air, a scoundrel,
"Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Kissimmee.
f' iwn In the state he reo Triplett, engaged and judging from present I "
... represents: every: ; where these concrete trackff Were uaed.Timea a scoundrel! -
.o roinds us of a man who because he happens Will brine appearances there is to be a grand 1 Burr proved equal to the emergency .

..' to find himself In a gang of bur. Lei her .., I W. A. Norton, Minneapolis Minn.J. -Union.-- time. A universal invitation is extend.j He raised his bat and bowed to the
Iiclan demands a part of the plunder -.. F. Callahan, Havre de Grace1 1 Md. ed to the public, and especially ground and then said In hi. calmest
; ,while at the same time professing to be Your mind Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hippolite,.Brook- The State Sanitarium.Drs. editor of the Gazette and staff. Hon. professional tone, "The opinions of the'

f ''nonest., .. lock ; let, Ga. J. Y. Porter and Hiram Byrd. P. A. Vans Agnew is also includedIn learned chancellor are always entitled
lift. HOT... I J. Cornell Kissimmee. to the highest consideration."
Mrs. W. representing the State Board of Health, the special Invitation. Our people "
With, Jut (week. issue .te.Citrus hope fib.ay .-. JAr.; and Mrs. J. W. Seymour, Ojus. met Dr. Jno. E. Ennii at the Gray- want to see him and hear him tell about i i <..

., 'County' Chronicle closed its, fifteenth S. V. Godden, Boston, :Mass. atone Hotel In this city yesterday and our future prospects.L. Th. Deserter.. (
'':'" and Editor Warnock promises ObI.I .... "Do you desire to hare it under-,
: to .
year atrU; Mrs. M. E. Reed, Boston, Mass. formally accepted his proposition to donate B. Drawdy has at last secured the "
asked the
stood judge addressing the
;, .
give his patrons a better paper the coin III[ the din Mrs. Arthur Giger, two daughters, I to the State 'the buildings and sheep owners dread In the shape of one lady who wanted the divorce "that
than he '
l 'yesr hthe past The It may do J Milwaukee, Wis.Mr grounds for the Florida Sunshine Home of the"largest wolves ever seen in'; this your husband deserted your _
.': Chronicle is already a credit' to the FlorIda To bye.any George Burrows, Canandaigua for consumptive county.. .The race was an exciting one, "Y... sir."
; press, and is one 'of the most acceptable I hare Mfr N.- Y. '0 Both Dr Porter and Byrd are Beau discovering' his-wolfship at too "PI... ten the court aa concisely as?" *

of the exchanges-. that come to And her Mrs.-Jennie C. Hallock, Rochester, pleased with the prospects and feel great a distance for a safe shot, and you can how he deserted you."
'this I lora the
office. '
M Mat the N. Y. that they have secured en ideal locationfor immediately put spurt to his horse and it "Two 000(1118( after we. had comDieted .

Running a must be m.w V. E. Morgan; Hillsboro, O. the State Sanitarium. Before deciding was wolf horse and the indomitable Beau our wedding trip he scolded me newspaper a
business '. Mrs. Drought, Kissimmee. definitely on the plans 'for buildings and his dogs for a distance of about because he thought I was extravagant S.
money-making I
over on th.east bate In the matter of
f'" 'coast. Mr:. Chas. H. Walton, editor .......tIoIe ; Mr,-ELi;;, Eames, Ash ton. Ii< and improvement of the grounds, five miles through bog mire and pal- went home to m.peopIe.getting .clothes" ant I .>'
s ,and owner of the East Coast Advocate, TM world I ilrs. 'LillisTMl:.Thomas, Kansas. however they desired to have President .- mettoes, the race continuing until \ie I "Tea. Proceed."

''published l at Titusville, has just completed AalFrn. ; Mrs. A. Rose and two children, Roee Hendry,of the State health board, sheep stealer became* exhausted and "Wen, I waited and waited.. waited o. '

\, ': in that city one of the moet modern I ran .beak City, Mich. present and for that purpose ,the full took'refuge in a bunch of palmetto, for him to come and beg me to return -
= and conveniept! residences in Florida A ad know Mrs. Geo. M. Gardner, Columbus, O. board will meet here one day next week with tongue l lolling out '>and every evi- I to him and he never did"-CM-1: ;
To .
3t. ,. Concrete:...- U*. material used, enjoy eaa. Mr. and Mrs. E. H.Jones, Columbus, and go_out to Narcoosse to look overthe' dence of physical! discomfeiture. ,.but his i f cago Record-nerald, --+_.

viand: It,has two'stories.: God blea 0. premises and detenriIneJuat'* what pursuer was. on hand i and a well directed
j'(. HermanSchrader,- Del 'Norte-'Col. will be' necessary to thoroughly equip shot put the-animal beyond any possibility WANTED.w4

( When five years ago the attention of 3..C, Jaques, Cincinnati, O, the institution for its humanitariaawork. bf further damage and the hideis

-the state authorities was called to the Miss Flsk," Pamona. now at the Drawdy mansion a tro- '

|act that the Greek. who had been imported 1 shot I a D. Carroll. Miss Lil Carroll, Kis phy. Your orange groves to sell to 1
:' to work in the sponge trade on In the J. H. Carroll, Valdosta Ga. Card of Thanks.We It is generally supposed that our Bull northern customers Write fully giving -

' I the west coast would ruin that Industry, a W.. L. Rewis, Kissimmee.Mr. sincerely thank those who so Creek friends will celebrate another complete description and price Including

akbig tltr laim war a'booted-at,- calf'and! '. ., and Mrs. T. E. Speer Sanford. kindly aided us in the last illness and wedding ere many moons. the usual commission to me for -
'but now that many of the sponge bed hall ($ ) Mr- and Mrs. G. 1 E. Takack and son, death and burial of our wife and mother. The tadpole supply continues! abund- | selling. I shall bring people to Kissim-

1 \, have been; destroyed, the authorities are slay Sanf r-4. W. greatly appreciate their aid ant, though the last few day of flu mee to buy property, and after I have

_ ,UPbLaI'mL..1'h. 'same old.'bora and, that It" Mr. and Mrs. Z. Barager, Oklahoma. and sympathy' and kindness. weather has caused our democratic! had several reliable parties, here whomI ---

, stable story. argu Mind Mrs. Vanarsdale; Kansas. C. C. TURLINGTON.R. rooster to reduce rations. Other items 'I f can refer to, will move here, open an' '
dollars ( : Mr. and Mrs'J. C. Miles Pennsyl. O. MEEK. might be given, but my time is precious: office from this end of the line. Thank-

l W etbopethat, the commissioners. '' of night I v Man R. O. MEEK. this morning; so can only. spare a small ing all for the courtesies shown me and 1 V
'Polk and Orange can see their 'way hoped it D. W. Terry.. CoJ u. Ga. portion, . t XX.I C. .oliciti attrhgyotonage
'{ clear to build a good: hard-surface road moon. J. W. Lily Kentucky.- We understand the contract has been ,' ",.''j >:"j- s t > ;
, connecting with the one nowbeipa ullt armer's Harry Van Vleck, Kissfmmee. let for the building of a house at St Henry Mr, Marshall, a Penaacola post-1 respectfully, ;.

., 'by this county. Aside from being a I tie or go : ,J W.; H.&'Neweomb Harwell, ,Klsslmmeeix Ohio. ;; ... Cloud which will be used as a printing office clerk; has been placed under arrest A. S. NELSON -

s..great convenience It will.add greatly to :with the S. C. Boot. Michigan v-. office. There is nothing that will build charged with tampering 'with the Wichita Kansas.], "
,'the value of property along its route the J. M. Gardner, Kissimmee.v... up and make prosperous that new town mails. Several whisky firms of that '

', and will retunflU cost to the county I spring, ; Nelson Hamilton White,.Kansas.Kissimmee..H N more quickly than a first-class paper, city have been missing money from]letters The contract has been let for a new, -3 I

-j-treasury' increased tax valuations 'leave a .J..-G..C..-8tsnford,,-Kissimmee- - and-jre do .not-.beli.".' the' company of late, and Marshall is accused'of school building at.Oak Grove, Citrus--

f within five ygars.v .- I Atchlson Mr.. Gidden. Jacksonville i would'publish any other kind. abstracting it. count+. ) -i
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'?_\_as1'metVallee; GazettetTELKPHQNK '* Dress,:ginghams,'the 12Jc'kind, 10C\l. ', -RemembeVrthe Electric 'Theatre1''to II- Miss Elitabeth Altman 1 and mother and '
.t -, I Dann's. morrow (Saturday) .night, ktisa Elisabeth Bick.Mik' s.h.BU1OCKREAL:

'NO':11. .l ,Buy your dress ginghams at_ A. S. Agency of the White Star Laundry i are haying delightful Urns in New York .
City where they at.summering. They Mr. J.. K. Penfield of Delhi N. Y. .. ...- ,
Gilbert's., All lOc a yard, at the Home Store.. Phone 154.<< '
'PUBLISHED EVERY FR'IDAYBT have many friends hVTampa, having vis-< ,ESTATE ,
-' I l. A new line of belt 'pins, at 25cWe: The.Home, Store now carries the Me ted here a "number times Miss Alt- Soon to Return Here to Live. anT'NSUIZANGP------ '. .......

75c. 81,00 and $1.25'at Kate's. Klnley edition of "sheet music lOctf, Is voice : "
w. B'" NARRI man studying! culture 'In New Mr. J. K. Penfield, of JDTelhi, N. Y.. '"

.1f' Use Plank's Chill Tonic:. Guaranteed per. copy., York, and she possesses a voice of char- who cams here !some weeks ago to investigate .1

'; .was..r hMrtwrrr'4. Price .25 cents Sold by all A' manufacturer's',,,, sample '.line?ofadies ming'qOmJity and'volume..-.1'ampa.M9r this' section"with.a view: to Examination of' ,Titles : '.

'druggists. " ullT-8 ',hdkfs. in hemstitched and. scalloped nlngTribune., f making his home among us, and Who left ,

Weather ReportFollowing r t ,all None worth less with the avowed intention of .
edges 25c., winding 4
We have j just received large consignments Mrk Arthur Giger: and two .JittU; Kta Specialty.. >i
and many more than price. Katz. aflTa.rjrat| Delhi and returning"tbls C
daughters Of Milwaukee WIs.
of glass and 'crockery ware '
are the.daily temperatures : and have the right prices."*,The: Home, ,Miss R'osa Rog ro,' accompanied by arrived 'In Kissimmee to spend sometime .faJl copy'of 1 send his*Jvfilge home C. F. Parker which'a marked. Correspondence. . Solicted.CththJPrn. ( .

and, precipitation asreportedby Store. her> slater Miss Mary,. will leave Sat- ,investigating climatic and other paper, showsthat ,,, -.T.. ;
,he Is making good his The'follbwingl.
Government,, urday forBig'Pine, where: the former conditions, and if -they find themselves promise.

C. fttatlon at Kissinjmee..,for.the Mr. and'Mrs.:.L. H. Cohoon returned 'has accepted a.. position;. .teacher, for satisfied after .staying here'awhile, Mr. is from the Delaware Repub-
home after' ''..absegcef.everaLweeks lican, Delhi, N. Yt: "The announcement
on Wednesday an
week ending'Aaguaf..5.I909. the ensuing term.' 'Miss.Mary. will remafirrfeard -. 3iger will join them tend they will makexhirtheirhome Mz
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MAxp JlIM. 'Lta the business with which he has so
with Mrs.Giger's: parents, Mr. and Mrs:
For convenience of workmen atSt. long been identified will be receieved with
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Friday Jusj; received direct from factory in Burrows, in the residence. in the rear of
.L SaturdayM-J'll'' ,8- hlladelphia;-an -unusuallyattrutlve Cloud and; others trains are _run the'bank -'. regret. L quite generally! ) and further

-. Sunday : . ,', . \93 "72 .. line'of mld-summar. Stetson hatsTormen over the Sugar Belt to :Narcoosaee and I fact,that he contemplates, leaving the :
morning, leaving ORANGE GROVE 'SALE.. Situated community' will cause a senile of loss (
Monday " 94 -73 }t Kate's. turning every Monday FOR I
Tuesday.,. . 89, 7268 Kissimmee at 6.16. Th.> train carries about three miles from Kisiimmee, more intense' than his withdrawal from '

Wednesday: .. 5'' 73 . I Send for special 'announcement of passengers only, ( on railroad, less than one-quarter mile. business among all who have felt his BUILDER ..

Thursday . . .91 73 . courses in Mueic;the Fine Arts and the Col.! J, W. Aderhold came up from from station; and,within 100 yards ,of value as'a dear friend. Mr.: Penfield $
: Mechanic Arts at Stetson University few church and school house; thickly set : can rest assured of a warm place in the .
Tampa Sunday, spent a daysn $
-- -j::; DeLand. Fla. the city! greeting his many old tled community Grove contains 121 I hearts of those whoxecognitehisuneel- (f

1 *' WVahN1AM WV%** Mrs. W .R. Speer, the well known 'fiends. The Colonel is much improved acre, about 50 large, bearing orange fish cndesvprs to promote the highest i Plans and Estimates Fur ;''A
trees .and' over-..400 grapefruit trees good of the community and bis self sacrl .
Orlando nurseryman spent a few days ill health and is looking better thanbehas I rushed '
flees in )behalf of the of the business ad- on .
just coming into bearing;also nearly 400
In the city this week taking orders for some time past. -
F\ LOCAL FIELD. | for nursery stock. peach trees. Will sell at a bargian. j 1 I vanccment of the town His sons will -0_

Mrs. C. E, Jones returned home Mon- For particulars address box 283, Kie-i continue the business and are confidently I

i Miss Bessie Lawson arrived yesterday I day,night from Bartow,where she has simmee, Fla. !I I expected to pursue a course which experience : Only Union Carpenter, '

"'" from Georgia, where she has been been spending several' weeki with her and observation has,taught them ""Employed.:t I III '

Wade....the tuner Orlando visiting relatives and friends_ for. the-- daughter, Mrs. Leon Hebb. Misses The drawing tor the piano, given j I I to .be? bl..nd. wlae.They! will, .
pa Cthreemojithij Ruth and Helen, who are l in i: that 1 by' C.;'W.Dann; wad held at the store maintain- the good reputation of the firm. 'O- '

.Shirting 6_cents at Dann's.Dwellings Jt.; city, are expected to return today. last Friday afternoon, the lucky num-1 II '
for rent to M. TI1- Partie desiring photos of the excursion ber, 11820, being held by Mrs. E. A. Correspondence Solicited.PHONE :
. party taken at Southport Tuesday Orange grove with ;215 large bearing Bams. Duplicate numbers of all the J:

ler.. I can see samples and leave orders with' trees; present crop not less, than 1000 ticketajurere placed in-a box and thor j j 73, ..
call & : the Kissiinmee Co. 'lt. boxes, With 2 story house, 8 rooms; "
For shoes on' H. C. Stanford) Drug shaken d lretie.KK
oughly up, and a little'girl who I' Three hundred twenty acres of ;
within 3 miles of Kissimmee and'on '
Company. Rev. S. S. Snyder, of Ohio, will could not read was selected to draw one good land in Graham county Kansas, ,,,1 1
railroad. At
I Beat apron checks a ell)) colors 7 cents preach at the Presbyterian church .. >' bargain. L. A. Mmx. out. The number drawn out was them for land in Florida The Kansas farm
at Dann's I next Sunday morning and evening. All stated' above and Mrs. Barns, holding .II has 160_ acres In cultivation and 140 BASS1? 1

are invited to go and hear him. Six pairs of Viking hosiery guaranteed the corresponding ticket, was awarded acres fenced into two pastures>f 'excellent .
best the 'Gray- '
Work equal to the at :
to wear for six months without the piano. grass, water pumped to tank In Wholesale l. and Retail\ ;
stone laundry. WANTED-Agents, ladies preferred,
hole in heel or toe, for '1.00. Written
pasture from an excellent well, pumpedby .
..? Dealer in
Albert Parker Is. visiting. relatives at to sell the best seller in Florida< good guarantee'.with each 1.2 dozen pairs. Messrs. A. S. Nelson and O. C. Daisy l windmill Also good well house

SuroU-r. S. C. commission, references required. Ad- All'sizes for men, women and childrenat left Wednesday for Wichita, Kansas, with water flowing through tank in

dress,'Box 262 Kissimmee. Fla. the Cash Store. after spending a week or ten days look- .
May28if which is milk and butter in
kept sum
Buy your shoes at Dann' The only I Fresh Beef t Port andMutton '

exclusive shoe store in town.Pictures Messrs. M. F: Cowger and H. F. The Atlantic Hotel l, Coronado, Fla., ing over our country. Both these gen- mer; splendid hog house with water !

Brooks of Rose Hill, 111., arrived yes- tlemen went away thoroughly imbued piped to the pens; chicken house, large '

< framed at the Home Store. trrday afternoon to locate their purchases under new management, modern !improvements with the magnificent possibilities of barn, grain bin, corn crib, cow stables, ; ]

Call and select your mouldings. in the St Cloud colony lands newly furnished waters, this section and showed their faith by wagon and buggy: shed, six-room house --.-- -..- ....
gas, etc. Special rate for the Bummer investments
In lands
For fitting eyeglasses and making large in good condition, 500 bearing fruit
1000 acres of the best truck land in of $7.00 per week.T. PHONE 44. -
spectacles, see Dr. P. G. White. the Well drained. Will around Kissimmee. Mr. Nelson expects trees and a splendid farm. Fine im- '
county. grow B DEMAREB, Prop. t
to return in about three weeksto
of dress at lOc a anything you may plant on it. A bar- proved farms surrounding this place,
Nice line ginghams
Nine of 555 make this city his permanent home,
acre trees,
orange grove prices ranging from $20 to$40 per acre.
Gilbert. L. A. MIMX & Co.
A. gain.
yard. 450 bearing, 105 ju beginning to bear, and Mr. Daisy will come later in the This farm sold for $8,000 last year, andis BargainsIn

Pantroniie the Graystone laundry. Mrs. J. K. Milliard's many friends in 4 miles of Kissimmee 1-4 mile of railroad fall. held at $8,500 by the present owner,

We satisfactory work. Kissimmee will regret to learn of the station Not less than 700 boxes
guarantee Mr. R. Pattison, who recently arnv- who desires to exchange for lands inthejputh '
death of her fine buggy mare which all kinds of Real Estate ,{
Col. P. A. Van'.Agnew. went over to this year. Cheap at $2750. ea here with his family from Boyden, and will accept or pay differ ,v 1
she has been accustomed to into Fire and Life Insurance and
driving L. A. MINX & Co. to merits of the deal. .
Bestplace ence according
TitUBVille on legal business Wednesday. Iowa, has purchased the _G. W.
-- Armour's Fertilizers. Rent: I
town. : *. thir Kansas is a rich state and'this is *:
containing very
On account of the picnic at St. Cloud near Runnymede \'
To have feet fit go to'the old reliable I I ing andCollecting Rents a'.e
your '
Picnic parties be supplied with of which is in good farm rented for one-tbird-'tb. .
shoe dealer, H. C. Stanford & Thursday,. August 12th, the St. Cloud ty acres, seven acres Specialty. Taxes paid"'for1' :
all requisites at the Home Store. Cakes, train will ,not leave Kissimmee' that orange and grapefruit grove. There crop. Write whatyou have to offer., Non-residents. t.
Company.Mrs. confections, lunch goods,. napkins, morninguntil 8 o'clock a. m., being I if a good residence1 on the property and A.. S. NELSON Agt., : 5

W. G. Hank ins and baby have icecream dishes in paper, dishes or held for the accommodation of the picnic it is located about five mile trim the : Wichita '
Kansas.Aug. R.
gene to, Salisbury, N. C., to spend several crockery. people. Return tickets on sale at St Cloud town site. Mr. Pattison is ,

months.H. of the old soldiers who to 6-3t "
depot. one came '
Kissimmee Fla.
Mr. Roy Geiger, representing Colum- -

C. Stanford & Co. has the largest bia College, Lake City, was in Ki aim- Grand basket picnic at St Cloud, the cast his lot with the colonists and he is It is Now Up'' to Orange County.Road .

and best selected stock of shoes. in Os mee this week interviewing our young new colony, Thursday, August 12th. 'to be congratulated upon his good for

ceola county. people with reference to a college Train leaves Kissimmee 8 a. m. Everybody tune I in securing sucb'a desirable: home Supervisor Geo. W. Overstreet

ready: made. informs the Valley Gazette that the w L m Y BDZOI
Mrs. G. W. Best returned home this course. invited. Come and bring your work of building the marl road from

week from a visit, to relatives .in Master Murray Overstreet celebrated basket and see the new and future city. At a meeting of our city fathers the llmrlU :
Orange linetotliecity--
Bowhng Green. his ninth birthday on Monday afternoon Newcomers especially Invited.. Return Thursday night'the_matter of repairingthe is county -. >
progressing satisfactorily
of which tickets on sale at depot. city dock and building a roof 'over very
with in
a party the pleasures\
Shoes for men, women and children About one mile has been put down and

at the old reliable shoe dealers,'H, C. a 'large number' of his little friends par- For Rent-I am offering 'my huB: discussion the T at the end. of same came up' for rolled,' and Mr:,, Overstreet expects, REAL ESTATE: .1.1K
and ,
the referredto
' matter
' :",:Stanford & Co.Mt .v,,,' ,:.-.-.-7...__.. , ticipated. for rent, furnished, from Oct 1st to the building committee wa for* investigation Unless hindered by rain to' have'.this t
still at let and -in the meantime have of road finished before the first of _
r has returnedfrom Dr. J. C. Davis, optician, is May ; piece
4tlJ ,..,Wal .I'L1.ukleY'! as tot cost:,, etc:.. The, Sanitarycommittee '
...:' ,: his vacation spent at his old horn the Park' Hotel testing eyes.and fitting two or three: :furnished rooms'which I was also 'instructed- In- October.: The marl is being 'put down sSIMME, FLORIDA"
glasses Headache cured with glasses will rent to responsible parties. For: twelve feet wide, and Mr. Overstreel "
at Clinton, N. C. > vestigate the row of old bath houses at
Don't n glect"your children's eyes particulars call on or write Mrs. Helen thinks it is far superior to any material
the end of the dock, which are in de- -. a.
Buy Gem Safety Razor. Handle +8c e>eaj64ac
a Eyes trvated tree. Perdew. JulL23-tf. ever used by the county in road build:
caying condition, with the view to having r :
blades for $1.00 Guaranteed by
I ing, both for duration and a hard, M. TILLERReal _
Osceola Pharmacy. Lost A bronze medal given by the Messrs. C. W. Dann and A. S. GIlbert them removed. A good move, and smooth surface. The city is preparing fr .

State of New Jersey to T. Malcolm left last night for Baltimore to if earned to completion will add much :
Waco this to build out and connect with this road Estate
Mr. M. Katz went Agency.Realty
up Murphy. Finder will be suitably rewarded purchase their fall stocks of gOOds. to both the appearance and convehience .
morning to purchase some nursery at the corporate limits, and if Orange Ii f'
if returned to owner. T. M. While away they will visit Washington, of ou'r water frontWOODMEN'S assn.. .. .
stock for his county can now be induced to fall into! '. 1
grove. Murphy. July 23 tf. D. C., and may extend their trip to G
line and build a marl road from Orlandoto bought and sold. ,
Mrs. O. C. McLean and two childrenare New York. will from Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson are ex- They go BANQUET the Osceola line, we will have one of: Houses rented.

up from Davenport today on a,. pected' to return home next_week! sonville to Baltimore via Merchants, the best thoroughfares in' Florida_ Taxe.u>aid nd .TtlesYerL!
---- shopping-expedition -- They "left Hot-'Springs last week and andMiners' Steamship Line; i Ified for non-residents. :. : :' fill

For comfort and wear! get the Queen are now spending a few days at 'Rey- Dr. Dilley, Christian Endeavor evangelist A Pleasant Social! Gathering in Fraternity A Million Dollar Mortgage.)! Fire, Life and. Accident. J fit

Quality Shoe from theold reliable shoe nolds, Ga. will a temperance lecture I 'surance.Indemnity.' .;.
give Hall Last NigfiL "filed ': r
A for record
mortgage was in '
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dealers, H. C. Stanford & Co. Dr. Winn and family spent a few Tuesday evening, August 10th, -at the the clerk's office on Monday by Cot P .! Bonds. .. |... ;

Phone orders for bread and the East Preaby terian church under the auspice in ,response to an invitation'from the "' "' "w' rs1sR '
your days on coast last, week going A. Vans Agnew, attorney for the Consolidated : -

eakes jtothe Home Store:and have.them. over to Coronado' Beach'' In. their! of the Christian and Presbyterian local camp Woodmen of the World a Land 'Co., of Jacksonville, .. -.. ..,,,, -.. -- -. ,
delivered regularly.' 'Phone 164.: automobile and returning by way .of Christian Endeavor societies Dr. Dil- large number gathered in the spacious in which that all of '
company mortage : :
Seabreeze and Daytona. ley cornea well recommended. Everybody lodge room in Fraternity Hall last evening its timber lands lying'iu* Osceola St: For Screens Door, :I
,Horace Woodall will be pleased to Invited to atted.' 7.45 p. m. and, enjoyed banquet tendered by > ;' : and I i
Lucie DeSoto'and Lee counties
/ figure with you on your, family wash.. ;. Rev, W A, Myres; State Evangelist the above named organization. to the

See him at the: 'tone: ''au dry. Of the Methodist Conference; returned Messrs. C. H. Buck and W.,H. Sta A pleasant evening was spent in socialintercourse First Trust and Savings.Bank of Chicago {...', Willdow"Frames-, ''' :

_ Mr. and' Mrs. W. A. Taylor and home Tuesday from Dade City, wherehe ley of Da Witt; Neb., arrived in the city and the entertainment comt for 1000000. .ua . ,. _........ .,.., ti.- .. ".

children, of Bowling Green, are visiting has been conducting a successful yesterday;: to spend a few days lookingover t mittee, composed of Messrs. Henry T. Plants for Sale ,I.
the family of Mr. G. W.Best meeting for the past ten days. this section and locating their lots Stanford. B. C. Miller and Joe Bass, t. ;Furniture Repairing and :Anything *
in the St. Cloud colony. Mr. Buck is' provided refreshments in abundance, Eggplants and tomatoes now ready IA the Carpenter or,,,. Cabinet I
,For Rent-Five room cottage, funnlshed Mr. and Mrs. Z. Banger who cam president of the local bank in DeWItt, for : Lettuce and Line ' 8
consisting of ice cream, cake and lemonade setting :celery plantsa
complete close Jin. f Apply to; here'from Oklahoma a" few weeks ago _,...GO TtBARtiS' )- _.'., "
and Mr. ''
Staley. it| one of the most t which was fully enjoyed by the little later. Large or small quantities ; ; |
*W. G. Hankins,a\ Kla.lln. .. ns.Y Dl1IgA; . to join the St Cloud colony, moved out prominent citizens of that '
'.. to that place this morning and will begin i place.M. guests V' :: ;/ \ Aug. 64t. ,G. B. WOOPALL. 'r CAPEhTER.SHOP'ry I
For Sale A"Re t DwellingsContral : Hon.'W. J. Seaeinade7ashorpfaT.- d.
erecting .a home right away. Tiller reports the sale of) a cottage Florida. *
loc"tion. See. me before buying. on Vine street in North Kissimroe belonging | dress In which .he\t.Old:\ of the' I mission Maps of Oppoaitis'Freight: Depot S

. ,Geo. F. Parker. Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. Seymour; who toJ..1. Graves, Jr., to E. L. of the order of' Woodmen and the" wonderful To any subscriber: to the valley Gam- : :

have been spending the month It had made in Its nineteen ette we will send, postpaid
past progress upon reeeipoa
Stove wood delivered, town at $1.00 Lesley the Tiller residence
; alsq on
t-per'strand.' : -- here visiting their daughters,:Mrs.W. Church-street, belonging to'J. W. Miller years of existence- havjng in--its .25-eentsr a pocket' .map ,of the State ULSfir1illgt::

1.- 16-tf KISSIMMEE: LUMBER Co. I B. Harris and Miss Clyde Seymour, will ,. to Mrs.Carrie-W.. Bl'1an.al80 the. treasury at this time over' $$6OOOJOOO to of Florida.. ...+ ,,_ .

return tQ'thelr home at Ojus tomorrow; A. A. Simpson residence In West Kfsaimmee -/provide' for the needs of the 'widows, ... ,
If you want to spend a pleasant evening and orphans of'its membership. Notice. I -
I show Mr. D. L. Sessions, of Avon Park, ,belonging to himself, to W. M. '
attend the
moving picture
I Hoseley. J The l local lodge is at this time adding I have a very good sewing machinefor '
at the opera house,tomorrow evening. was in the city Wednesday and went members and is TINNER .
I many new to (Unroll, sale-New Home make. Will sell ;
. out to look the !{-lands;
over Colony at S. B. Altman, of Kissimmee who $
ar- !in a flourishing condition.
Mon'and Miss Eloise .
Mrs. L. ) cheap. MR PEKDEW.: /: ;
Moon have returned from a pleasant I St. Cloud. He has purchased a five- rived in Tampa last week from a trip to ., .. .- -
acre tract and thinks of moving to'that Chicago,has returned to Chicago other x Ail_ Kinds of Sheet Metal
outing at Coronado Beach and Osteen. = BEST BOXES
place later. ; The ORANGE .
points in the west. He will join some j'

Rev. J. T. Mitchell returned home i Agency for the Singer and Wheeler friends in Denver and from there will go and Repair Work, ;

Tuesday from Webster where he has and Wilson sewing_ machines_ at the to Yellowstone Park in a large touring with \ "
the "
been assisting in a protracted meeting. Home Store. Machines for rent byphe ear: From Yellowstone Park they will 1 Billings \(

Messrs. A. & and J. R. Gilbert bavepurebaaed week Purchases'on easy installments go by train to Seatle. Mr. Altman has I 11 ii 1r d a ley Dovetailed Heads. -

.the vacant lot opposite the of $3 per month. Next..door to recently invested: in a coal mine In Kentucky 1 1M ii Any leading manufacturer can r Ti V ROOFS and PLUMBING'

on" the, poetof ice, phone 154. which he la very enthusiastic ov- ,
Griffin store Main street from Sable new t furnish them. If dealer \
er. He will In the truck business 1 your
engage ing
Bros of Jacksonville ,
;, Contractor N. F. Bass states that the near Kissimmee !in the fan, and cannot supply you, write .

The St Cloud colony was strengthened building boom at St. Cloud began last atates that the prospects in thatf ine are ; 14 All Work":guaranteedI"Shop ],

by.the 'arrival'of nine new > > week, and that he now has six houses fine in that section of the country Mr. OCALA !

emits last night and this morning. Nowthat"the started, among. them a frame hotel Altman lived in this city for several BOX QO.. .-. ''''

lot numbers have been distrib building. and printing effice for the yean, and last year he with his family -- z: C.; CHAMBLJWS, President. _, .'1', .

'" uted"they.will- ,:e.Jle -increasing f company, which are to be completed in spent several month at their grove atlake' OCALA. PLA- --- --- Opposite Valley-Gazette"Office -'

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::THE: Two/ HUSBANDS - HAY'S PflEDICTION.. .' ' < <$>$ p;:" '> .m r n na : t

.. Kx. ,.*t te Be C.mfort.IyD..d''; In,. --
1 OBV Ha Wrote

jk very Interesting letter referring
1 Clearance Sale
Mrs. Blenklns laid down her' Loved' .U President Lincoln Just after his first
with a deep sigh. The hero of the Inauguration and written by John ;. .,,- '. .

elopement In the last chapter was 'ucb' nay is dated 'Washington, '1801 and .* ,
splendidly romantic figure.\ No wonder says In part: > "fftHH HHH. ,. H f HHHiH Hi f ffi f f f .,.f, i Hf H f fH l ffffff *' . '\...."..
his friend's wife ran away with "If there Is anything: which more him. Any woman would have found than all causes me to regret the Intolerable -' f 1-0neLetLndlcH' White' ShirtVnlsts, regular price $1.50 reduced Jo 75ci, .. **;\\-t: ;<,0t ,

. it impossible to resist him. lie was of business about tbe -*-**, .,,.. '
"" ''' Jack"was" president's pres. '." One Lot Ladfen Wash Skfrts;! regular' price $2.50 reduced to $t'.59). . 11"';'
oo unlike Jack. ,Pooi office. It Is the I lnu>tossl- : : ,. : : :.f fll
' He never even bUll of the ,
. dreadfully prosaic. answering. letters Of niy; ...
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.. quarreled.- best friends. I have positively not had . All Special Price- lire Strictly'Cash. If.ypii have accuunt ,\with } '' :
8uch reflections were not new to her: s moment's leisure/ since we arrived In n charge :. ;!

'But'..heralit .Ubrarl book, ,containing L this city: The throng of office ] a.i. reqiie t any of the advert: iNcd goods'charged, regular prices will prevail.PHONE ( : j
heroic Adolphus, \
the portrait v>f. the absolutely fearful They (' ec'kt'rill'ill ] ,
,had Gred 'her imagination afresh It day break;.-and-.stlll-aro colning, ; : "i : i
' that bo should ---- .
was unlucky .for Jack night i
-r return from his office at the precisetnome'nt "You know that In anything 'can dynn --H.C.: Stanford .:

....._...:. when the unfa.vorablo cornyCarlson ...pifn: -cnmynnntl...tnp,....tint..vogue ; '
had reached Its lmas. rate tny influence: Mr., Llnpoln posh=
'Mrs-JJlenklnV, reverie web so deep lively refuses to make any recommen-
tint she did not bear the sound of the dallons for positions Iii.the depnrmenfJbe . . .
The first'Intliuntlon ihe re . -
\latchkey. the
ceivedof. her husband's presence WHS mOlt; rejects Intimate friends entreaties and even rela obis "_.n_ ____ ___ _____.. -.. _. .. ..- .., Y

. not when: certainly'be stood, a romantic before -her.object.Ile-wuH The ': tlvc-s.In' another" letter(tr., Washington,. Dec. Weak: Weary Women ----- i i ,#tt'ttiftt't'tttttt""t"ttttttt"'ttttt'"tt"t""ttt"ttII#'## # ' ; # ,#, " , ,!, '# '" "#" " # #

pockets of his overcoat bulged out un . The Gray stone
I I.ymmetticltuyjrom 12, no year Hay says: ? -..--
under ouch
; II "Walter Noyes was appointed on the
an ungainly brown paper parcel pro- recommendation of two Illuxle bland Lear '*he Cause of Dally' Woes ICls8 MM '. FLA.Hunting. ,

truded. senators, ,; P.univlde and Anthony J ,,and End Them PIANO FREE 1.1

"I wish you wouldn't make such nn did hot pay Mi'Kinley's tied;:". I nevecalled When the backaches and throbs. .
011 Lake T' hopekallaa.
exhibition of y.ourBOlf! exclaimed Sophia .
him. William In my life, nor did When housework. i let torture I Ffhltir,
ShootlnaBaLhlnl ,
with look of Intense dingueL"It's /
he eTl'r'all ine John. Our Intercourse When night brings no rest nor sleep. i !'. Golf. 7'enna.I Iloque, E =
so dreadfully bourgeois. Why. has always. boon of the mostforninl \Vhen urinary dUorders get t Iclcet. Clock Golf, Baseball), -
didn't you bare the things sent?" character. F'iiavc absolutely Woman's, lot Is.a weary ID'j Trmp Shrtoting1Teima -- --

"Nobody saw me, I'm surl',!' said no claim; on him for myself or friends. Ttere jg a way to escape j ; .J.6o to M 50,per! day. H Tickets on Piano with
Doau's Kldut'pms will =|
Jack the parcels triumphantlydown
putting And In another, letter. Hay write III*. I tI.j to fcl l tier!' week ITo -
on the table"and 1 wanted to I -
from Washington: Have cured women here in KI88lm- -
- .give- you a surprise "1 am old, sick ahd busy, and I, Imve mee. J 1 Our Friends: /
He took out a enknlfo and 'cut the not a moment lit my disposition! besides -. This Is oneKI.ulrnl\lee"'olDa.n''e test- f'nne and l tra meal at the E each 25 cent Purchase 2
string The first package contained n hot\*-1.I Single, mealu [(Jc: al -
what Is occupied by dally imony. M.
pair of warm sleeping nocks From my \ meal ticketth0 Rooms 91 rdar .
tasks. Do not talk about nnythins Mr* P. G \ hitI', Church St., KisiiDiiiee. '
the second he produced a beetle trap -.ri a's r'la., i says: "1 sulTeied from E. 3z
w) <, bcing'q
my tandldato
"**I know you suffer from cold feet,'! he I backache and pains In my kidneys.The -1- :;::: .. ::::
for the l presidency.. I "shall' ', ----AT. -
v said "and I board the cook complain kidney secretions were also'annoying Hontr.x The Inn "-nlll''I for == ==
TBf the cockroaches this morning.! never hold nn office after: thin, and on account of their frequency In J rent for ..rxcui..,l 7.1c per nt, ht. -- : .M.I -
expect to be comfortably dead bj ) Special rules by tile -
Jack these trifles passage/ Doan'sKidney : weeif!: or
As displayed one
100H" ed from the .. month. 3
by ooxbe looked anxiously: nt I his wife PilapIOCur./
As will be recalled. S<'CNtarl1I ":. brought. ; prompt / 1
In .thee of detecting
a gratifiedsmile.
died July 1, ino.t.:' -Kew York Times.A that was o\er I two years I C.
. Bub-Sophia's thoughts bad gone had no need of u kidney remedy since H. W. THURMAN I W. Dann'sgwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmm I
out swiftly tbsAdolpbus de MontmonDC7. 1 have every reason 10 recommend I '
"Take them awaJS. How could you For sale .by all dealers.) Price! 50 --.
buy such trash!r' sheXQrled. exasperate Right Plao When N..d.d It Will cents. Kosier-Milburn: Co., Buffalo, I -'
The pained look 0 JIIl'k' face Prevent s Conflagration.A New Stales York, sole aeents for the United :?J IULUUUt1UUUUUUIjUULU1Ut LUUUUi1UU1ULUUlUUULUt\

nearly drove her fha<'t nivxmeeknesH single bucket of water-<'\'en a
HelD ber the
n name -and
Irritated her beyond endurancev Why cupful thrown on a blaze ut its mar tuke no other. ,

would didn't be be preferable swear. at, her to. eDcc.A how! yen full often tea does minutes more later.good than And a yet reseixili In uo For- Sale, --at a -Bargain.- BLISS'I I " "#'( '( " " " "# " " '#'"# "#" " '#" '

Sophia refused to wear the sleeping"socks. one out of a thousand American houief I =
She declined: to mollycoddle. single bucket of water dedicates One 7,rooiii, iehldeiiciI'lttricK'* Addition. !

she said, and next day she laughed at to fr e protection The only ex'u'o> SPRING ILLS I
Jack for putting a comforter round his for tb& negligence are Ignorance, are One 7-ioom resiilcin'e.TSli.'isdrli. ESeasonableI.M I I !

.Beck.. Jack fend a bjjd h081i but topleas lessness. Xotal disregard of property lion. Springtime is sicktime.. :
his wife be left the wrap at and life. Poverty may explain tire absence One .(cron'ii residence< '\fath wlI' Ad :
borne and went out without It. When of atruc rat protection but no lilion.. Purify the blood-cleanse I II .......a....................._.............,....\..... ......

be came back In the evening his coldwas one who bus a nojne la too .poor tc I the system-by the simple ;
One bearing about 215
orange grove
. much worse He wanted to go to afford a bucket ofSwater. Even 2r I and effective roots herbs
bed bat Sophia ridiculed the idea. cents spent for fire pntt will lueasur trees. and barks contained in> 1
Increase for These can be had cheap on reasonable I Goods \
Jack would have committed suicide ably years Hw safety of
to please his wife, and he did. Day a house and that of Us Inmates. And terms NATIVE .
after day he carried that cold about the only (attention this very MJectlv* WATUIS & CARSON GKO Co BLISS HERBS ==

with him. Sophia bought It more fire apparatus will need Is anal occ fon l f ..-........................... :-:::::
jnaVly and romantic not to give way refilling from the pump or tap. -- --
to such trllI_ Consequently Jack The virtue of the bucket of wale The cost is but a half-a- .
= AT.
A. Waldron = :::
caught ODe chill on the top of another. kept exclusively for fire purposes If as. cent a day to rid the blood M
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II* became feverish, even delirious. that It Is always there when you look of the poison that causes -
Then 'the doctor was sent for, bnt it foe It and always full of water" There Boils-" Pimples and' other .

was too late. Jack bad a severe attack Is, to be sure, lots of water around the Contracting Carpenter Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab- E LOW'PRICES..

of inflammation of the lungs, house (except when the pipe or pump lets for $1.00. A Guarantee -

from which he never recovered, and has frozen), but by the 11 tne, one can an Builder i to cure or money back. --
.Ten at the last Sophia could not help find a bucket, take' It to the tap 01 \ -
d: ::::
reflecting that Adolpbus would never pump, wait for It to Oil and then taktIt Ask for a Bliss Almanac i -
have given In to such a disease. back to the fire not one bucket but I ,All) work guaranteed. Prices and learn fully .about this -

Sophia became a widow. She wept ten are needed. If, however, you cdp reasonable. No charge for esti- old.f shioned remedy. i E SEE OUR LINE OF ICE 'CREAM i= --,
over Jack, of course, but behind ber dash Into the hall, seize a ready filled! mates. '
! Brief there was "a kind of exultant bucket and souse the blazing curtain, -- Made by BUSS in Washington " E .FREEZERS. :; "_._HAMMOQKS' ,. ..MOSQUITO = .- .. '...- 3 ",
r'' feeling that the ideal man'had become, all within twenty seconds, one bucket I D. C. NETS WATER -' "
-after all, a=possibility generally will bo more than enough, : JHONE 135 fl E COOLERS, ?. .w. =., "i
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, ,Of him. as good as a whole fire department ? e. == .. '. REFRIGERATORS ETC.ViT\ ,' ,,*,-1\* '". .r.S ,:,,?!.b
course Sophia met Tbe ordinary I FOR SALE BY ', ,. .,,,.. ; . '.,.... _.. . .. 1-1.
; :ra" ' -- "' ."-" '" "''''''''.t-'- -''f"* -" "'
and far-less destructive :: .1. ; : ''
4; conventional method of making than Its super ::: ,, : : : == ",'
4 his acquaintance was too commonplace Culty: of water., .1'H1: "J J.' W: HAMPTON. -E. ... :-::::. .

, for berxemancipated soul. It was" a I The family that cares anything at _-. :;;::;;;
case of love at first sight and the lat all for Its belongings should keep at NORTH KISS1MMEEBARGANSTORE -
ter occurred ,on the Brighton grand least one bucket of water on a little

parade. Love ripened Into acquaintance bracket In the ball on each floor and " UPKTO-DATE I STANFORD n mm G mm I
His name' was Eugenlo Pltz' another bucket In the garret Down i
" ,' Jones. The Jones she forgave because: cellar there should be a barrel"of ua -
,/ his mother had been an Italian. ter land a bucket not far from the aiMNIousePamtjn -
,I' They were' married a year after I furnace. The water In the garret 01 Sign { E. HARDWARE COMPANYLULULLLLULU1ULULULUUL1ULLLULliLU1ULtLjUjUjULULL 3

" Jack'fl death. It made no difference to I cellar may be kept from' freezing ID :A. S. GILBERT =-= :::: '
: the dead man. The flowers on his cold weather by adding common salt -
I 1
, grave had ceased within six weeks of Exchange. LULU
{--the-'funeral-Tor a whole fortnight DKALKR rn :

Sophia lived in the dellrionn atmosphere In ths Interest of Good -Eye..
A of two people who do not know A: noted oculist advises against using Dry Goods Notions I c. A. CARSON, President N. C, BRYAN, SECRETARYrk .
each other. Then her Ideals .
1' began. to tbe eyes Immediately after waking:
:' .b* realised.wjack therefore the habit of .many young Glasssware. EnamelwareWe 114 Plasticoing
Paper Hanging
; bad always been deeply inter- I girls of reading or studying la bed U Waters '
f 'Mted In her thoughts and confidences.. I Injurious. It Is harmful to me the e & Carson ,

I'P His acquiescence In ber opinions andslavish eyes when sleepy, as It Is a''' great

: admiration of her mental gifts r straw upon the mu cle.. If ope must sell? McCall's Patterns and .
bad been positively sickening EJngenlo read or.write when drowsy, rise occasionally Publioattons. Satisfaction Guaranteed
{,;, .would not listen to- her at alL Wom and bathe the eye with hot I Grocery Company p. :
t'. en's views were' of no consequence or cold wat r. Remember that a quick Subscriptions taken for McCall's .
L' :whatever his estimation. If she Magazine only 60c
change from dark per year
k a room to a brilliant ,
spoke on'social questions he abut bert light Is a strain' upon the eyes.-New paid. GEO. A. GILBERT _
tip in tb* rudest fashion. York Press. -Wftaleaale and Retail Dealers in-
ri !n* never brought her in a present Phone 38 Kissimmee, Ra CONTRACTOR.T. ,
.: ,"... b* cam borne from business. \
'/ :Jack never failed to have something Th. Prayer-. Didn't Mtk. .

In bis pocket at least twice a week. In a certain pariah near Dumfries a RIVERS GR ERIESJ. .,.
//ft MK
''But Bngenlo: bad more Important mat. newly made elder was summoned to ,

'. ,ters to consider. He bad his dab and tbe sickbed of a parishioner Being PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONOffice
4 'Ma Wagner society and his golf. Frequently naturally a bashful man, be was In
b* dined oat with bachelor great anxiety as to the"prayer be wad over Osceola Ph&rmacyPur.Kri.a.

}... friends. "When Sophia remonstrated ha'e to pit up" and wished to avoid 1 I R*eldencel53 ,
, tb him be told ber to mind her own' going altogether. At length he was - r Office 148, WE SELL
i;, bQ tn_. n. Tien went so 'fsr asLatar persuaded by his wife and started on =tw tees U.e.r..err.tI .- - .-- -. WE BUY ;
fJ*"-:Mrtk ....... his errand. On his return bis wife _r..l..s.Nr...,... T-"r-, ....:....t
;. .., icuceolo him _'1....__'_ "' ._ TK.' J. W.: SIMPSON HAY "
greeted with
: It ) began to pay the query; ;: ___17..tM..nsels. ha'tMtls IDES .'
t. marked attentions,to other women He "And how did ye get on, William brtgdr.d.od tNwa.rt..d are"_
erne A.rrMa, u...._..._.. DENTIST. GRAIN ;
neglected hls\wlf* and "Oh, grand! He was deld."Dundee -
shamefully F
::::2.JGAo..W''W1I 'ri..t.t;Z- S
flirted openly before her face. There Advertiser. w_.. Upstairs in Katz Building;. FERTILIZERS .
; were even rumors: of a second establishment M. Pt R1 Oots.arlf 1 a. 12 m. ? .WOO x.; ,.
Kicked I ,-Do ...:.. r OFFICE HOURS: } "Vw I
-t, in the suburbs. On one occasion on Being Tickled to Death ., 1.30 : p. m. SHINGLES
t b* disappeared for-,six months. Chairman of the Committee-You got Telephone No. 76 Quo 5, Ivr
, At the end of the half yeav.,he came anything to say before we strings you I =-----"c--= -co' ... ... --. ORANGE BOXES AND

; ',back: and treated his wife welie than ups Bad Baggtna (the condemned I II ORANGE ALL
I. '..... .. ,- '.... If It ain't too much trouble I'd like WRAPS ,
i' In. :year's time he had drunk to have you trim the end of the rope : Mrs. TressIS VEGETABLECRATES COUNTRY
r self to dent The gossips declared 1 It where It's frayed. It tickle me neck. W L.. WINN

't'Twas"a happy release for Mrs. Pits CRATE NAILS .
'.Jones. XPock.X PHYSICIAN AND 8UJlOiO't.a..DllUlc. !' PRODUCE

1': Bat, the flowers were always fresh Toe Preeelng I HEADQUARTERS FOR PaolO 33. YuasMas.. [,
jon ICDJre Jo'l "e and his magnlfl- I "AndxdMl you enjoy your African Owlet PBONB er. FLOUDA. W f'\w\

cent tombstone, which absorbed matoftbe' I trip, majo I How did' you like the Confectioneries Cigars We sell field and garden seeds or'all kinds. .
I S. :
sria.r "r"' W. W CARSON, D. D.
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'widow'a.provlsion: was the
envy of,every mourning neighbor., "Oh. they we*extremely kind hearted Tobacco, Stationery 1 D.NTALPARLORS artieV, give special attention to ttinaout hunting/ and camping; ,

When Sophia died a year later the They wanted tOkkeep me the for Souvenir Post Cards. "'
vi. dinner."-London Opinion. . [ RIVERS BUILDING Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
|(doetor"iflecl red' It' was the result ofja Etc. '. OVER O8CBOLA PHARMACY
broken: heart She paaaed away with We are county aaenis.for good fertilizers.) Atk us fcr circular \

|::name.of Euenlo on. bar_.llps. -Lon- riahoe.a.--Bbake.peat.Advantage Is a better. Wldler then Fine Box Candies a Specialty. OFFICB HOURS )I l.tTOI5* TO 12 *?.*.". and prices on fertilizers. ( ; J"

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'< Humus Soil, Iproer i iMakeS : HINTS 'FORFARMERS': "

. __ v. t ri 'I./, [ Prosper- .Colony CompanyOffers
:. ,!! it Loosen'.and Mellowerand, Increases Indian Runner Ducks.- L .

.. the -Water-holding Capacity. / Indian Runner'"Otacks' are' something' )

, ". more than halt as !\large as the Peklatfticty :-
r -.' I., and their eolnr In ,. It'n.IlIlt.mlx-!
,':(tT hedark-colored. material" 'that we 'and Where staJ>U manure'has been used' tur.,",ot. fawn'and white. :Their; eggs; ', more to the Investor

call humui consists of partlytiecayed organic liberally, with those fields! where corn I are larger than those of hens, but not .

matter, either animal\op vega and cottoBtbaye been grown, steadily r large'aa those of',Pekln ducks. +PROSPzbt "BUd,...'. homeseeker

,<. table. Stubble, grass, ..oota, cornstalks year after year on commercial fertilizer They are a.translucent'' 'pearly 'whiteIn COLONY for" '
color and'very good as >o flavor:. ,4 one 'hundred
' cotton stalks, and t the like are *. Th latter are'devoid /lot humus, i 'An Indian\. Runner duck, welX cared< dollars
; ,oUumwi;; but these materials when and have lost much of their' power''' of I'' ,for will begin to lay In January or, than ,bt y land

, turned under the moist soil soon begin holding water and plant food., I 1.The' van (February after, she' Is batched and i TAFT u ,, ?> ,: conpmy .
and fall to pieces- and .it. iitheji ue of humus Is for six- Tben' ,.:, J2iuAmer .
-to decay ,- -emphasizedwhere i'keep-on.laInC- montha.-: b.--:7">-:- -- "-'- ----:-

,: jhst humus! k.formed,- ThJs.:pro' Jai/eld/ ,barn.or Jiouaalnaa..been.I Bbelay: .ojOCLtQ.> saolt.and..logins-laying I . -o PROSPER ""' . "- : ,
formation in the middle field. about October, keeping on all-.winter ..' ,
cess of decay and humus goes standing! of a ' R' 'I .
If warmly housed and properly fed. : .. COLONY: For Particulars al J<; Uustrated-Book '*
:on as long ar the conditions are favorable Around these the crops are usually ,." ) Write' '
She fcvUI lay more eggs In a year than '. '
, and there'Is any organic material much superior to those, on the .sur- any other fowl from 180 to 200 eggs: 4 -Ji' . ----. -
left. humus may be called an 'intermediate rounding; portions of the field J
In a pear not being uncommon and a .
product, for under favorable Sandy soils,'on' account Of their open, record of' 940 has been made. They. Prosper ColonVxCorapany

.conditions the process of decay goes on leachy condition, are especially in need are sometime called "the Leghorn -of :' ;,:

until, therq Is no.longer any vegetable of a good supply of humus.. Furthermore the duck family": on account of their i S .KI5SIMMEE. FUO DA .

' or animal substance left, nor any hum- 'the Conditions in Florida. favor a great pt"OducUvenesl.-Bl'et'der'l Gazette. : ,

as;', but Instead, water, gases that escape rapid disappearance of' the humus.. -._ fc*. AQKNTS WANTEDIn .

into the air, and a small amountof This "burning put" of the humus is writer! ti
pleM mention this
Pasture For Calves. paper.
mineral matter. We thus see why caused by certain bacteria, and what- t '
The wisdom of. having a nice pasture 6 _
'It'is that we need to renew the supplyof ever is favorable to their development for calves will be. readily apparent ,

humus from time to time. It a crop hastens the destruction n of the humus. to all keepers of live stock. They ', '
....464 .
of velvet-bean vines is turned under In Warmth moisture, and. a 'goodsupply cannot thrive on short o'r soiled pas ... ... ....N......
the winter or early spring, and an examination of air are conditions which favor bac- tures. Other animals that are oldest -. ... '

is made in April or May, terial development; and since these conditions can fight their battles on these. Calves :

much of this decaying matter or humus are fulfilled\ to an unus degree so. They cannot hold their :
If of in Florida it follows that the' humus own .In pastures with older animals.The '
_will be.found. now a crop corn rWe"ilve
latter will monopolize" tbepIlS.-
or cotton is grown during the summer, will disappear with more than ordinary inStoc-kat
tures, They will take all the choice ; 1
land cultivated In such soils it is
and the thoroughly rapidity.. necessaryto I portions. The former need these. II :

it is probable that none of the humus supply humus-forming materials I la better, therefore tact It Is nee .

, would be een if an examination should more often than it I is i in.a. heavy clay e 8ar7-.that the calves shall hate s '

be-made in September. It does not follow soil.. separate pasture.In -. )

however, that all .the humus has The loss of humus is compensated for most localities no. kind of pastures 1i 1-

been used up, but it has been so thoroughly by the production of nitrates as the will 'answer better for calves lathe

incorporated with the soil that humus disappears. Analyses of some early' part of the season than bins

the eye does not detect it,. except that pineapple soils have shown the samples grass. Such 'a pasture la Ideal If 11 i Low Prices :
has ample shade and water or If It li :
the land would look darker. During all taken from surfaces where vegetable easy of access.-Orange Judd farmer. : :
the time the humus was gradually be- matter is decaying, are much richer I

ing transformed/ into simpler compounds in nitrates than those taken from the Breaking Up Broody Hens.Poultry +

it was serving its purpose clean bare surfaces, or from the sub- that has been well fed and r ..,.

Humus' 'improves the mechanical condition soil where there is little organic matter laying heavily during the spring and ..i ",,'

of the soil, by making! it looser early summer will become fleshy and .. '
and mellower; it increases the water- 'The growing of leguminous crops is broody. This Instinct Is only nature's 'I

holding capacity, and thus the plant.- one of the best ways to encreaSe humus provision for giving rest to the ben, ,

food holding capacity of soil; it fur- for in this way nitrogen is also addedto and only gentle methods should be . . --.--\ h- .. .' ...Yr
nishes food for useful,micro-organisms, the soil; Among the Florida crops employed to ourtall that period. Se \

which in turn convert the nitrogen of which are suitable for this purpose may many beginners and thoughtless people \
use the harshest measures, such ai
the organic matter into a form that is be mentioned the velvet bean, beggar- \ '\
Immersing In a tub of cold water, ty "
available for the crops; it aids in bring- weed, and cowpea. Humus May also i log red rags to their tails and other rl ',, ;

ing into solution difficultly .soluble min- be increased by a more general and dlculous ways. Instead, It'they will . -" ,,'
erals that contain plant food; and it liberal upe of stable manure, and by only put biddy In a large, airy, well '1'

yields a small amount of mineral plant turning under stubble, weeds, or grass ventilated coop by herself with slat Carload of Nails -
food itself.If instead of burning them. When the ted bottom feed water and care foi ,

one would get a good idea of the materials are burnt, nitrogen is lost as her well, she will In a few days forget <*

.Value of humus, he need only compare well as humus. -A. W. Blair, in Florida all about sitting.-New England Home

fields where a legume crop has been Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin tend., Carload of Pittsbur Perfect'Fencing .

grown as part 6f"B system" of rotation No. 121.THE F.ed Fojr Chloka. .
A very /good chick feed Is made ol \

meal and sifted cracked corn and l "WireCarload '
THE CAMEL cracked wheat In equal parts, 10 pel i -
-- cent meat scrap and B per cent grit. : !
How to (live a Delightful Affair at
Characteristics of the Patient, Strong writes a Pennsylvania farmer in New
Horn With Little Trouble.
Useful Animal.As / England Homestead. The chickens .
far and back) as tbl.,middle of last If you have too many guests to seat require no more! than that, except they I Paroicl Roofing: -
at a regular luncheon and do not care
century General von Molt Ice In his descriptive must hnv.e green feed. They cannot ., ... 'j
afternoon card ,
to give a tea or party .
If in cornfield they "
letters from Asia Minor-had eat-tough grass. a .
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luncheon? It I
why not give a buffet
> will And something there that Is al
good words to say about th
many novel, cnn be easily managed -
camel. "This animal he said, "can right. not know whether it is an Carload Barbed W -
Informal -
carry a burden of nearly 000( pounds anT-ev-evy one ling an 'Im lI life be. these soft, succulent plant I : re------ ,
time nnys the ChTcaRo-Jiicws. that between the'corn, bul ,
and is used by the nomads and Arabians grow ap .
in taking their women children, One given recently for lIe"f1at7- vo there Is something that baa a wonderful .. ., .. .
old men tents food water, etc., from' guests .was quite 'a delightful attafr effect: on the 'chicks. If'' good! .- , '- .. ,. .," .r':, ... "",.' ,.. -,..,.' ..;, .., ""',I,',".. t.'y.IU". ; ,.,..1' .: +
served If dozen ' : '" " , '
and but.a : '
to withstand as quickly as chicks are fed 'properly there oughtjiol. . (,,,, .' : ,'r..,, , ,r.'i' !\ "" 'I \':" ; ;0. "
place to place: It Is able guests had been present, ",.,.. ,,1'1", ".1' ,'.'., -.." Jo., >" Q,, ,., t'I"\ ; .11
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to be in raising all ol "" "
a march of tea days without drink. any difficulty \ ,, \ <
dmall rented and d ,
-were put ,- ---1- \ .. ;. 4t"OJ
., and is: fifth stomach ever reserves .a'drink i nose together around the dln'nrroom./ them.! ;., ' '. ..: :. ; .. 4':1-!: ; J"i" til ,'... ..". '
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: for Its master In an hour of.cjt-- : ; ?.
and back ball so that every one- had a "IBEFOR "
T..ti "
treme distress. The hair of the camel I was Keep the Horse'* Right.A' -BUYING CALL-ON :
seat. The table set In the middle expert .. _
bulletin of the
is used for clothing and tents. The
i of the arranged for sere
I dining room I
milk apd flesh are healthy. It exists ment station says: Remember UnIt ththorse's I. _
In the center was 'n great '
linK' only. .
on the most miserable food, such as ] food Is not cooked, and therefore .
oblong plateau of sweet peas and -mlI .
. grass and thistles. Such are the characteristics his teeth must be In good cond1tJon >: "
of this patient, strong, de- I gnonette. Sliver candelabra with pink to properly masticate his food II.''. f ... ,,
shades were used at either end of the .
fenceless antri ost useful of all anI- I around I will well pay every farmer to examinethe '
square table, and dotted were
mals." teeth of all his horses at least. "
boubon dishes with nuts, cakes and .
A camel Is never relieved of Its load twice a year. It Is worse'than.growing
candy also plates of bread and-butter
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from -the beginning of the journey to'' feed away to give It to horses that I

. its end. It eats, walks and sleeps.under : sandwiches. can neither masticate nor digest It W1
| The menu consisted of oyster cocktails .B. MAKINSONN
Its burden, often for weeks at a J bouillon, croquets and browned Poor feed and bad teeth are responsible 1
time. The training of a camel 1 la no oysters fruit salad with crackers for three-fourths of all the collet
It takes about three.I of th
easy matter, as baked with Parmesan choose and paprika and other digestive disorders I
years to teach It to bend the knees In ., fresh strawberry Ice cream horse Horses are worth money. It

order to be loaded and unloaded. served in sherbet glasses, with strawberries pays to keep these things In mind.
While .. the time passes the camel on top, and coffee. ..... .../*

will not be able to withstand the keen Everything 'was served: from the Th. Farm Wood Lot. ... ., ,
'competition.of-tbe new railways which kitchen and there were enough wait This In! surely a timely topic, but so Kr ,
are piercing every part of Asia Minor ers not to have delays; Several members many farmers are not woodmen enoughto ," ;,' ir"3r ; >;>>Bi' ;>>;>> ;>.>13 ;!; Wi''>>. ;'i>>. "'

' yet thanks to' tbe power of traditionever L of the family did not alt down, -plant out wood lots. But many already 1Your .
the Turkish Inhabitants of the but moved from group to group; to have valuable young wood lots '
Motley Back < :
country and their fondness for these break up any stiffness and see that all if they: would only: care for them. ,
,animals, the caravan routes today are 3, H. REDDITT ,
I were served promptly.: Coffee was Instead of cutting burning and destroying

. still able to hold their own side by passed after the guests bad risen from the bushes If they would only JEWELERAND Paper don' say 'blal"be beat of!."> aver 'mOd 'by. the "Be.VThe
, aide with the Anatolia. Oassaba and their chairs. This was more Informal thin out the useless) species,. together In Dixie." "

Aden railways. Hundreds of camelspass and gave an opportunity; to meet with old, gnarled, crooked trees, they The 'hr'
over the caravan, bridge Into the friends not seen before. would soon have a very valuable young' sesst Weekly mouths .., ;,.,;
;city of Smyrna every day, and In the Tbe special charm of 8UCb a lunch' growing wood lot.-Farm aud Fireside. WATCHREPAIRER Carrier and patrol, six Month "

''market place In front of the' mosque of eon Is that-tbere is no formal arrange- The Wo....'* World Magazine, six months ": ,

Mohammed at Constantinople manycamels'may ment, so guests and friends could Don'U For the Hans oer. '

still be seen.-Philadelphia' easily manage to sit In a group. Don't pare the frog, don't ntake high ,. : All Three Six Months 5 C > NET < 1
Ledger. While It much trouble to the barX .
saves calks, don't cut down the don't ,
Net Sine the Flood. hostess If everything is put Into the lose your temper, don't burn thXfihoe for.. . .." ..-. ." .e So.a 4sb.NdoweO
hands of a caterer, such a lunch could on, don't smoke while shoeing, dqn't S! .I
received ..
Irving once
J3lr Henry
he at the time considered a very pal'pablesnub easily be got up at home.. The two rasp1 under -the clinches, dos't m ke -- -- Send today, as this offer won't last long. 5 .
essentials to Its success are that there dle J.
hoe too shortdon't
the or
- .. While, delivered touring him in high.JMder. the. .be pleot1ot waltere'-an4' that everything .. the f clinch beads don't hit rasp the rae B. G. MILLER DEPT 01 ]

be'ready'promptly: for them to with the hammer, don't load the orse
of the notable tradi
actor visited some '
tionary scenes associated with Shakespearean pass as each course is taken out. down with iron, don't rasp on the out | I i

drama. 'As a matter of ---- side of the wall more than is absolutely : ,
Pitch and T_ BARBER SHOP
Farm Journal.
Course one of the first pilgrimages was necessary.- :
The la at the -Ga.
professor happened
to the blasted heath where Macbeth
doctor's the other morning and found Clov.r Forth Silo. UP-TO-DATE:
met the -witches. In an agreeable SERVICE BY
mood Sir Henry as they drove along him polishing' the belongings on the CftSrer may: be put into the-silo, and I .
turned smilingly to his driver sideboard. it makes a fairly good silage, although EXPERIENCED WORKMEN ,

"Are there any witches about now?" "Improving the shining hours are feeds rich In protein when Hoed de- HOUSE PAINTING
.be asked. you?" he said: velop a very strong odor. The large i; and PAPER HANGING J

The driver whipped up his horses. "No, sir" replied the doctor.. "I'm variety of sweet corn may be used. I ---

'''Not nine the flood," be replied In improving the shining ewers." The sugar- In the sweet corn causes Soda'Fourit- ; ; -'ALSO---
his curt Scots way.' "H'mr ejaculated the professor. the silage to be somewhat more acid

"Whose are they?" than, when made of ordinary: corn.- : : Graining Stlpling and 'KnI8o inll1ll.

Stockholders' They're) ours." Hoard's Dairyman. o1d Drinks and Fine .
Meeting. "Well, Isnt that what I said r-Chicago -

, The_annual'rneeting of the stockholdrs : Tribune. Hay Ensilage.. Box Candies :i: SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY H HJ "

of the KI..IJU1'ee1! Lumber Co. will . Experience: indicates that .grfciis ;te .I , 1: '
Ii fcsheld at Kiaafmmee, Fla., 'Thursday; ; Worth the'prig more : t : .

:Autfast 12th, at 10 o'clock.. m. -There- said Borem. "that's what I stlage. Sae M. ..a Oet.rice.! Mq CK" B A '

Sl&bufPES, .1"" ,,C. A. CARSON; think yon aboold do In the matter. I'm acceptable to the animal; and 1st very Cigars; tobaccos TT SSFiiii :. .,'
,;: '\ n...... no lawyer, but this la Just a little,bit nracto .lighter to handle when dried !- ++I I I I I tit I . I I I ./:I . I'"".' .". ". .,t.. If' '.'';
,. tWIll'Y'T ..r ,._' of advice that coats yon nothing. Whatdo than+when; green Many bar f 1.detnfilgisglrm.adowr :
i v think: of Itr,"%, '*** hay and have -a-. _" .t.t. .... .. ,
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s''bund red.- Wea.- replied-Wise;'"tta worth'It.* abandoned. to*practice Oou&try 0.Uea&aa. -.- : WL do-nothing: : =
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We also 'carry a full Una l private and business. Stationery..' PIANOS AND ORGANS. '. .. . : .s .,
Those manufactured by W. W..Klnaball & Co. .: -. ....

;.. - "We"Tiave '"p:; J'tar8i; 'Violins and -sundry-'fittitnrs-for-all 'klnds'-or- .GRAPHOPHONES ." . LetUs--Show' Fheifi To You --- '-.

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"- .FAST PASSING OVER Notice of Application fot Tjax. Notice of Application i to Sell l .EE"DS" FIELD FLOWER KISSIMMEE CONDENSED lower nter-the than thermometer 46. seldom coins, ; above M P*'

: : Deed Under Sections 574 and Realestate.To -M. lt ORDER,VBOBTABLBBT . .It Is in of the finest hunting aectloa
:: will Florida same of all kinds. being found within e>-
-01dTimePrinters. Will' Soon Be- 575 of General-Statutes".T5f the; All Whom it May Concern; -We TKPTKDHKHfoS: ship any order ONLY nets dar as received I in .. few miles of Its corporate flints ,

Memories. State of Florida. t Nb\ I b..reb71Iy.o'tba,on.tho 23rd day of IIURPKKi<'Tbe .. -speolallslnf Thai(Jrow, Facts arid figures Regarding This It Is the heed of navigation! of a chain of lake '

Only August. A.. D. 1MM I will make application to WALTON SEED co. 7 Oce.. st .eIlM. and rivers teaching to the Gulf. This .tw'
Nodes u hereby given that W. B. Harris purchaser the Co.nty Judge of Onoeol County fur in order Tlllv.-Florlda. Qty and County. route la three hundredmiles In I length sad
,. S. R. McCord a' veteran.printer who of Tax Sale Certificate No. ftio, dated July to sell at,private sale the following described Poultry Supplies'.'. It.medle..11lJl8CltloleJ...Write abounds with beautiful scenery, throutrhoat.
has worked In nearly office In the 8. 11101.eVTaX Hale Certificate No.'1130.1 dated August of for Catalogue entire
every real estate-belonging to the estate There has been such a large number Tourist who have traveled the continent
furyxt'.ft ,
State, and who is the oldest typo on let. 1 04, h.filed aaM-eertiflcateaJln my office Walter Bail, 8r., deceased, lying and lelug"sit I of letters reolved at thlVT office askingi pronounce cit the finest Inland water trip la "
blew and"has made application for tax deed to issue uate m the County of Oaosola. and Plate of WILLIAMS KIDNEY PILLS America.
,. the road' Major wtfot-excapted, In accordance, with law. Said certificates Florida, to:wit: .Hare you neglected. your Kidneys Bar i for Information regarding this city The following are the prn.Ui1&--! .
; the Index office Monday and .held embrace oertbed yon overworked your nervous -system and
Into the
following d property situated Begin at a point two hundred and twenty caused trouble with your kidney and bladder? j r..n'cr dounty that the following Is pub- prices In this city and county:
down "slug P" at the cases for tw'days. Osceola County Florida, towit: yards south of the southeast corner of the Have you Pains In loins, side back, groins and Isbed In lieu 'of* an answer to each! Individual
Lout 1. land t. In block 1 :Mr. McCord worked with the north veit quarter of the northwest quarter of
face, especially under the eyes? Too frequent Inquirer and as a source of DRY GOODS .
% editor of the Index -in 1874 when hewaseditor'of 111 Tax Certificate No. \>0; Section two. tto township twenty-ill south a desire to puts urine? If .... Williams' Kidney Calico prints . 5'te 'e
Lots 4. S and 6, Block Its, West Klsalmmee, embraced -. range twenty-nine east, thence south. one Pills will aura yon-atDmggistFricedoo, Sold ; knowledge to those contemplating coming 4 quarter muslin ,. 7" 2swr
the Columbus Ga., In- In Tax Certificate N'o. l.KI.) only byOsoeola Pharmacy .
ii fourtb mil to lake, thence east two huddredand4wenty to 'this commuDlty: ,, 4 quarter muslin;bleached 7 lJ.-
and stuck with the Th.said lands being assessed at the dates Of '
quirer-Sun type theuoo north one-fourth ofa
yards Gingham apron check 1e- II" 80
New York Sun when Chas. A. Dana the Issuance of'such eertifieatea In the names of mile, thence went two hundred and twenty Osceola Connty t I KISSIMMEEIt Gingham Dress e 7 hits
F H. Stehle and W. R. $wayta, respectively yards to' the place of beginning containing . I'.
was at the helm. There is something ; "-more than 2.000 population. White lawn Ise
in these Unless said certificate.! shall be redeemed according twenty acre, more or Ie... I It la the leading market for cattle, Fivrnred lawn . ,5'. 2Je. _
exceedingly old *
Interesting .i
: to deed will Issue therean .
as Al1llenou. having objections to the grantingof Abstract CompanyG. t Its property Is cheap-and tax. are low. llJquartAtreb.U... .. .. 26"a4jg'rDenim .
veterans of the "art preservative the lAth day of AmrusL A. D. 1909.Witness . .
the "
said order will file the lame with It la almoat totally free from m08QIlI_. to lIe
and every newspaper man in the State my official signature and Heal this the County Judge on orbefor.. said date I It has a geed live working Board of Trade Shirting homespun 7 80 '
12th day or July A. D. 1MB.
has the respect for them.- HENRY" T. BABS.Ad" P Its people are hospitable, kind and .
greatest (Seal.) ARTHUR DOUEOAN.: : GARRETT. Manager. : svneroua.It FRESH !MEATS
Lake City Index. You are slightly off, Clerk Circuit Court Onueola County, Florl.'h. Baaa.r of Sr.the, deoeaaeL'Notice estate ofWalter. I baa electric lights and a telephone system Beef pork and mutton, per lb.. 6 tola.)
Real estate It baa a fine tourist hotel and three commercial
Butler is not
Bro. Appleyard. Major
Title examined and reported on hotela.' LIVE STOCKGROCERIES
_, now "on the..roadL" has not .been for Notice Of-Application to Sell the Taxes paid for non-residents It ia the greatest freshwater nun market in the Farm horses . . .11 Z6 to 1160

fiveyem, and never expects to be of Application for Tax: Deed Instruments relating to real estate country.Its Farm mules .:. 150/ tO*

again. He is in Inverness, where ..he Ipterestof Minors in Real Estate. 'Under Sections'574 and 575 of carefully drawn or vegetables.It soil will.produce any variety of fruit flowers

has been for the past two years, and NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned Correspondence( Solicited. Flour per bbl.. 7.00 to $7i1,.
baa five churches of different denomlnationaml
the General Statutes of the
where he hopes to remain until he dies. Lula M. Anderson\ as guardian for William H. )fine bulldlnsra. Meal\ per cwt ... ..
Anderson, Sarah U.Anderson Hucal B Anderson State of Florida: ---J' Grits. " .. t.15O/
4,. Hitting the grit" is quite foreign to ROGERS' LIVERWORT It Is absolutely free from the sale of whiskeyor \
*James A. Anderson Lula M Anderson and Corn per bu 'J.G
hissdesires or intensions.;Citrus County lolls E. Anderson, minor heirs of Jatiiea A. Anderson Notice hereby given that K. L.. Lesley, purchaser TAR AND CANCHALAQUA any other intoxicanta. OsU. .. 'fI'''
Chronicle. Mr. McCord has sev- of Tax Certificate No. 528. dated the rd For the complete I Cough Colds It has the finest school system of any town of ) Ibe .
,1 on deceased will apply to the Ftogorabe| G. Asthma and , t:1\ l.ntiKconipla.nt: ; Its size. In the United Statea. Hay I'MI l/ 1.10
oral occasions worked in this 'office, and F. Kribbs. County Judge in and for Osceola day of July. A. D. ]IIXM.' has filed laid certificate In t ndln rtoeon imptlou. Liverwort.. Tar andwild It U free from crime there not being White potatoes, per bu.. 7 1,25
county. Florida, atjeg o'clock a. rn. on Wednesday my office. andhaa made application for tax deed to Cherrr. have for ages manuifoed anVKtattliflhud on an AW"et" to .80
i. always welcome visitor when he 'a'andard average of one arrest a month.It .
reputation u a cough
the Ant day of September, A.. D 190'!, at issue in accordance with law. Said certificate remedy.: It oontatnt no onlum I : or harmful does more express business than other Rice per Ib.. 6 to lie
passes this y.lati his office In Klasimmoe. Osceola county Florida.. embraces the following- described property 'situ drug, ran be Rival with safety to.children five towns the any Sugar per Ib lie
I for authority" to sell the Interest of the aforesaid ated In Osceola county Florida to-wit: Price $]l.OO. Sold o ly by Onoooia Pharmacy.Spri'gg State. Ham. per Ib., 1..
T .. It has s MU + I minors in and to the lands situated_anabging .ln-Lloglnuleetwestofsoutheast!! COJ'.rJj"'k--" Shoulders p..r Jb-: -.._._ --.u.-
N -.CredJt n.All ..- the County of T3icoIa and :tate of Florida and of Robert Bass' Addition to KIssitnmAeClty, run Woodmen of the World onranlxation. Butter, per lb.. EyeEgg.
It baa three lines of railway and is the
persons having clahn* against the estate more particularly described as follow.: west 50' feet north ISO/ feet east 60. feet south FlemingCLEANING on. main .. |.er dosMCofTee. 13 to 20e
line of the Atlantic Coast Line railway.It
of C. H. Fountain daceasea>Irate of the c..uuty The Southeast quarter of the Southeast quar- 150 feet. per Ib .. .15)95.!
la on the banks of Luke Tohnpekallva. .
of Oeoeola and State of F"lorlci wJlll present the tur. section sixteen.: The Ncrtheaat quarter the .The said land being assessed at the date of the .. one Tea, per 1 Ib! ( 411)) 711e
of the most beautiful' on thla continent.
r. same to me properly alteeted.Xlthin the time Northwest quarter of the southeast quarter section issuance of such certificate in the name of A. J. It U the healthiest town inthe. United Statesthe LUMBER.
prescribed by law or the..m..1 be forever seventeen, twenty-seven South Hanson PRESSING 168))
towiyihip annual death rate being 1 less than 8 to the Per, feet 112to"
barred, and all personsln! Eat Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according n_ .
DYEING 1.000.
will make Immediate settlement with \h e UI1" I LULA M ANDERSON. to law tax deed will issue thereon on the
It. streets are shaded with massive oaks
i derslfc-ned. N. C. BKYA, Guardian for the :IlOth day of Auirust. A. D.I'.IOU.\ ( REPAIRINGLeave ita boulevards and lawns are covered wither. PILES I PILES PILES I I"llllam.
Administrator of the EMatVpf, I aforesaid minora.4U Witness my official signature and seal this the muda .......... .' I IndiKii. I'lle Ointment will cure
C. H, Fonutalu. Duceaseil.February 29th day of July A D: 191111.ARTUUR .' word Illlnil. Blooding' and Itching files It absorbs
at my house! and clothe It is in the center of the orange rodueing the tumors, allays itching st onn, j sets. ai a
lit", 1909. will. be called lor and returned. section of Florida shipping hundreds of IMinllifiKlvcs instant.relief v\lams'|| | Indian
"t j Id papers for sale at this office. 20c 'lerk Circuit Court of Oscoola: j. the fruit yearly. Pile lilntment prepared fur Piiessii.1 Itrhlnirof
County. FloridaBy sIt the privMepartr'Prlre'as'snd5l,0a. Hold '
''Old papers for sale at this office. {la hu red. -. 8. H. BULLOCK. D. C. Satisfaction duaranteec has the best climate. bat&fTn and sum only by lueeola I'barmacy. .

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.b ': =_ the county ..e&tot Osceoja county, 1s situated on the nortUbalik of Lake possibly the largest membership In the Slate when the population the town I

4. ,' ,I. "' ". ; IS Tohopekallga, is on the main line of the Atlantic CoastxOne Railway, : Is considered. These two orders jointly own a mallolficen r8\t-atory brickI

;, = and' Is the terminus the Florida Midland Railway add the Sugar Belt building in which' they hold their meetings. The Woodmen of the World also =

r /s. Railway, Is 165 miles southward from .:.JaoltsonrUle. aod"7A miles northeast have an organization as have the o.rpeDters.a Union'. f I

ig .'froft' Tampa. It Is on what is called the backbone ofxCh* State being 65 feet "" Ifwould be hard to find a town freer fromvioe.., or crime than Is KtulmIt' .

t 'r : above sea level. It 'w"connected by water with_thejBult of a chain m .....There..reJewer_arrests made here thaa almost, anywhere ia the whole .-

'; .;, 01 lakes and canals, and three Brst-olass steamers make weekly trips between ooun' averaging one .a month and'the county court seldom holds, session ;+,

= this .port and points as far down as Lake Okeechobee. It has a population' longer than three days at any term. Both.thn and county is absolutely I", '-It."

P t' S of &bQu',2.000 and is rowing at a veryrapld rate. Its streets and arenues. free fWm the sale .of Into eating liquor of any kind, and the.citizens -. L '

are lined with massive lire oaks aod/coTered.lth Bermuda grass, and generally do alHn their pow /to uphold the law. .- .

ti : Broadway, its principal business tho ouebfare, bas 100"beautiful palm trees) S It is not surpassed by/any" section on the globe for evenness of climatethe '

i'. a planted In its center twenty feet apart, making a sight beautiful for the eye to ; thermometer seldobx olag above 92 In the summer or lower than 45 In the n

,; ; gaze: upon. The private yards add lawns'are noted for their beauty winter and the Dlah are'- IwaY8 cool to such an extent that one is not comfortable ; ,

= Tbe school advantages ofXKlssimrnee are not surpassed by soy tOwn. Its : unless sleeping under corer. The; humidity in. the atmosphere pro- "'\ I t ti

g size in the United States Uha a High School building tbat cost ,ZS.: ()()(), vent. U belnfftoo! oppressive foV person to work In the sun' during the hottest = i,

Which is thoroughly eouipped with all modern 'appliances for? the Instruction" part orthe day. It is the equalxjf the mountain or northern seaside re- ii

of pupils, and Its principal and teachers rank with the best. Pupils eradu. '.orta as a/summer residence, and manVxwho have spent summers In Klssim- i !",

mind from the Higa School are. admitted to any; college, so thorough ll their IDee clare it to ,be" the oodlest and most dellghtful place they hare ever via "'/1 t

r training. Itsxcurrloulum consists of every study oeoesrarv to equip student! ited' Itls almost totalirfreefrom mosqultoesxaod gnats. I .. ":t.

-- --,--- .,--- ----- ,_, for .inco. sXulIr engaging any walk la Iif.-exoeptthe arts and solenoes and __ Withoutdoubtittsth&bealthleettownjn.tb' United ___ lt. annual- '

. s-- -the. hlg>er-profe sion .- ;The building owned by t county. and- Is known.... S .death rate being less* than three to the 1,000 Inhabitants.__ .Fevers are unknown I _

= thej0sc, ola High School although every neighborhood In the county where and malaria of any kind has never been known to bec ntracted In Klsslm- 1

I i Sere are a sufficient number of children has a public school with a full corps .mee, but many persons come to.the town to get the dread oi ease out of their II

.l /I of competent teachers. -- system. The water supply is furnished by a system, of artesian wells, and :

= Klssimmee is well supplied with churches, there being a M.thodl.tBa chemists who have examined It state that there U none purer tobVfpund any- //I ;

= tlst, Presbyterian, Christian and Episcopal denomination.! They all have where. Hundreds of persons annually come to Kisslmmeein search ofvhealth, \ 'I"

fine buildings and are largely attended. and in every instance have been'materially and lastloarlv benefltted uhtU I it = :,

-- \ The Masons and Knights: of Pythias are very lIourtahtn& order. and hale bas gained the reputatlan of curing almost any disease man la heir to. = <,

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