Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 13, 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: VID00398
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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The success met with in the treatmentof noting the lawns the palms' the %flow- ..., '" ", r- Our section foreman._has .a...crowd!.of.: tiers Home as usual 3 p.; m....bjr Rev :
-- tuberculosis orrprjvategrounds .lI-' ; T mOOd; ; f r, 7 C meq) workhlg on the new sidetrack, andlee B. F. Chase. All are welcome,,as: we ,,1 i,

'village. of Narcoossee determined its it is just what. I hoped for; just. what I ; f..),. understand part' of the lumber Is on try to be liberal in our views '
*supporters and friends to make the effort dreamed." j the ground for-the new depot, and work Y
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"a permanent one, and with this end 'Under the new regime the place wfll i : .win Jbe started soon on the building. .FTNED.

in view various locations in'this section be greatly Impro'Ved-cmmodioua buildIngs Mr. L. W. Malaby, our street clearing
Interesting St. Cloud Items.The
were critically examined.; Fortunatelythe erected and the grounds beautified man, has a gang: of men at work .

Brewer place was found vacant and' with more plants and trees-Xthe prea-I" clearing streets and lots and ditching Kissimmee Valley Gazette:

_ for sale.This.! property contains! fiveacres ent State Board of Healpfwill where necessary. _and. fa prepared to r Mrs Edito -Com.':overhand:lake"a. ,
and: has on it a fine residence as efficient!\ : : as any safTitarium..' In The, take extra work at any time. stroll with me down New York street:
numerous outbuildings. has its own .world. i i'M Several houses are being constructed. and note the Improvements that are going

water supply sufficient to irrigate all i i. Of Flori
the land and supply the buildings including anyTort( for the prevention of j tractor, Mr. Frank Baas, Is just getting First that' strikes our attention is the "

.. ..thebaths.. It fronts 01'\ Lake !I tubercjikJais, we must nameJGovernor Ij wound up for business, .and pretty soon mammoth hotel building being erected .,

Hendon, a 'lake of 'Wonderful. ,beauty.. B ard .and our present executive I j you may look for,the sparks to fly; but by Contractor' Frank Bass, who 'spares 4

In the rear Is East Laka, a large body J ovemor Gilchrist.- ,don't get'.cared' ne isn't dangerous, ""- of water aome seven miles long and two To the'chief health officer Dr. Joseph just come up and have him figure for to the front He has In his em.ploPnent .i'

.' to four miles wide. / --- Porter and his assistant, Dr Hiram you, and thenkeep the ball rolling.Mr. about twenty men and be is :i

The location is an ideal one< Visitors Byrd. we feel greatly indebted. In fact, A. E. Cram and your correspondent termed the "lumber king,"tis be' controls -, J

. declare that nowhere in aJHhelr travels but for, their endorsement frequent 1 I were over to town. Monday'getting all the}lumber! business .lit the city.iext .
ha%% they witnessed af tore beautiful I visits of Inspection sympathy and advice his Iota staked and ordering the lumber we come to.Mr; CulL's.. _who has :t;;

vision of water and forest than here. we are sure our success would 'for our houses. While there we made a fine store of general merchandise and j

The climate is e able-no sudden or have been impossible. pit the acquaintance of M Ira Skinner of a big'stock-of groceries and: can compete :'
severe changes temperature occur. Mr. P. .A. Vans Agnew nas acted as j Kentaud. Ind., and Mr D. L. Sessions with any In the country,, with' his' $S
scarcity oT annoying insects is sur our and furnished all the necessary estimable
._ 'The attorney and wife of Avon Park; Fla. All were .wifeas.tenographer'and.bookkeeper. .'TT
prising Tfie air-Ts 'pure," with Just papers to form a corporation.. newcomers and seem well pleased. It . He is doing a lively bua-. ";

proper umidity for lung troubles. The Valley Gazette has been our 'fast Is expected they will make their home Iness'and is getting his share of the Hi

fiamiMon Dlaston, once the owner of friend :from 'start to finish, publishingthe I with us. trade. AI

millions aj acres of South Florida lands necessary advertisement to obtain a Next we find Mr. Jlandat v n. who has i'
I Il Mr. J. H. Newcomb of Dayton
as stated that the lands on Lake Hen- charter without any remuneration aid II is boarding; at the Soldiers' Home OhiO'j I I charge of the construction work orl the't 8

don were the most beautiful for homes ing In every possible manner. I', expects to locate here. Sugar Belt putting in the'grade for;V
that he possessed. Sister Elizabeth A. Sears, of the I!'I the switch at the station. "|
I Messrs. M. R. Cowen and E. H. Rog- '
On this property Mr. Brewer had expended Shaker family our vice-president, has I of Fort I Now we arrive at .the experimental "|
ers Wayne Ind., have left for
probably five thousand dollars. btoan-a .ut ttruly to many'an invalidin I their homes, and from the looks of their farm, which fine shape for, the :',
It was purchased, in_ .March, 19O6-the our camp. She has never been absent I coming crop, In charge-of .S; V; God"."*
WICHITA and what told
lR. O. C. DAISY, or KANSAS. they us,
buildings repaired two cottages and from a meeting of the board; never den, of Boston Mass.. and then we interview -' ,*
the cluster ,hejs holding, and it they went on their way whistling and
There are-nineteen'-'t1 developed grapefruit in !
tents the grounds failed to cheer in darkest hour. II '
numerous placed on us up our ( Mr. W. G. King, who Is a notary .
and opened for patients in the fall in a Mrs. Thos. McLean of Conant,/ a., was cut from a t.'Eart'ld' Luc, in Lee-Parsons grove at, Southport. singing. They have seven five-acre public and can swear you to be
tracts and all .
, are as fine as we have
quiet and unostentatious manner. has proved a constant fnendy" At one ,seen anywhere. good. "|
Many patients have been treated dur- time a family arrived here with two We Next we visit Mr. Buckels' sawmill,; .j]
i are getting a great deal of
ing Its three years of ,operation, and tents but no furniture and scant of I just east of .the city where about ."....J
only two deaths have' occurred-both meansMrs.. McLean furnished, these I, rain, which seems to please the people teen men 'are employed turning...,out yjj
__ __advanced caseLWo far_advanced to be tents and made the invalids comforta ; YK t r l ,y71 fyi hereabouts especially .the_ ...natives.j I lumber to be used in-building the:?
curable;;: Let me say, however, that the -ble.. -- The- same furniture; has l'enused;; - - j( We foBgot to mention in our last let- colony. J;

. kind affectionate both received others ter that we met a representative of theI
care by many Mr. Earnest Penn, of Alabama, haste
their with made their 1 must Mrs L. i yi I Hughes Artesian Well Drilling Co. at"I :
during stay us parents not omit mentioning 4 y .rAJ M. the honor of completing the first reele
and relatives the warmest friends M. Jlelsey, of Williamstown, N. J., a I r Ir r s I St. Cloud. He told us he was there for dence in the new town, in which he I'

.of the institution. member of the advisory board, as one : & : business, and expected to close:! contract now living. ''I

The following shows the primary object of 1.irm08t persistent friends One of I yv I to drill" a w- ill 1 on our public.square.\ Mr. C. H. Newell of Huntington

of the effort( and the officers acting, the cottages on the grounds is known as I J i lie comes 'w recommended, his -company Ind.. has his 'house nesrly completed\

with one exception, during! the lire of the JIalsey CottageJor a donation f from j t, \ I having worked extensively in and will soon be ready to move In.. ';
the her made ] Florida and says he is prepared to drill I
corporation: impossible.The &iTI Mr. Z. Barager also has his house up sand
Primarily for consumptives in the incipient state of Florida has art length I },. ,I wells from 3 to 24 inches in diameter I will soon be'ready to entertain his 4 4t

stage, but exceptions are sometimes joined her. sister, states in a fight against i and from 60 ,to 3,000 feet deep. ,That, friends, and in the course of'another;
made in favor of applicants Who what until lately has been considered I 1II4 I to our mind, looks like business. While t week quite a number of other housese

need an'o t- oor life for other reasons. an invulnerable enemy. Within our I I at times we have all the rain necessary, will have been started. .r,

Present capacity for tho e we board state we have at least two thousand . at other times water Is needed very Mr L. W...Malsby has about seventy. :
and lodge is about twenty-five., Parties pulmonary invalids dragging { pain- :' badly, and to get the best results we five men under him working for the '

: 'urnishing. their own ten.ts'and doing ,jul existence, depleting their Own, their I deri C + must have Irrigation and the sooner W' company'cleaning- the .streets and '

//their own cooking will be given ample friends and the public resources'. Practically .. - d begin the better our' crops and. thegreat'er I ""STVrhis seems to be the.busiest place j
, space on, the grounds their rnail, and most ali of these could be restored ' Photo by Brown) Klmluimee. our success as a colony. in the county.. When the train, pulled i

i" .;provisions' delivered daily, also use of , and the spread of" the disease curtailed --" A of tlei< excursion!, party at the barbecue grounds, near Southport. ,,, Some think we ,are visionary la regard Out last Saturday evening It was loaded]
i.\\ v library, magazines and papers; J provided"they '. or'stopped. .SmMy, -"'-._, MlJ1: -* g/oup ,to this colwny( and! are ,enthusiastic to the guards''. >. . ,"', 'I"
r.rr "are orderly and Ii eat'observing'all'the ) .': It is the duty of every m";and womanin in the extreme but while, attendingthe .' / ITEM IZER. 'q "

- rules, of the association. our state 'to support the Board of Kissimmee Board of TradeHas barbecue at Southport on Tuesdayof 4_ -9 .; ,"..
Health thegreat work they have un last week we learned that all the
Officers-J. .M. Willson, Jr., president in men'in ) Basket PiOlic at SL; Qoud. :
successful the crowd
; Miss Elizabeth A. Sears vice-, dert .... were enthusiasts -
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president; Mrs M. L. Enni!!, secretary JNO. E. ENNIS! M. D. -- and we caught the spirit of The citizens of Kissimmee and the

and treasurer; Jno.. E. Ennis, M. D. Late Resident Physician. the Najretoossee- Never Failed to Have a Good Attendance at the day, and went up the ladder about St. Clobd Colonists scored aruifeer.big --

resident-physician; M. J. Hicks, M. D:, Sanitarium.. twelve rungs after we went to see Lee social success yesterdiyVhen they met .;
Since It Organized.There
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T.. M. Rivers, M. D, consulting physi-- Meetings. brothers orange grove and up to date at a basket picnic on the Colony grounds. .
ciana.. WRITES OPKISSIMMEE ... -_. ------ we haven't lost our grip. The small announcement in the, Val' >',

Advisory Boacil '-1.11'8.' Jane Pierce Is not aBoard of Trade in Flor- advice to give the committee as to the Mr. A. Y. Neff and son, Charles of ley Gazette last week that the Sugar 1

New York; Mrs. Annie L. Mason California Gives an, Account of ida that has been as constantin meeting I best means of properly placing the 'advantages Everton Ind., came In' Monday and Belt would run an excursion train 'to
Brooklyn N. Y. ; Mrs. Thos McLean, Mali as' has the one in .Kissimmee. Permanently = : of this-favored locality before were shown thefr land and town lot In St.; Cloud-"for the" 'accommodation ''of-

Conant, Fla.; Mrs. Marie Burns New ,What He Saw Here. organized on the 'fourteenth day ; prospective homeseekers and investors. less than an hour. Their five-acre tract the plcnicers was'sufflctect' to bring out "

York; Mrs. Alice Bodine Halsey, New I Mr. w". Strong, of Lemon Cove, of August of last year, it has not fail- The secretary was instructed to noti- lies 'within a mile of town. The elder a large number of people with w.UfUj 1
Jersey; Mrs targaret Walker, New ed to hold a well-attended-session twicea fy the chairman of the statistical com gentleman said he thought he would buy baskets/ and before 8 o'clock the "i
here weeks
; Cs who was a tew ago
Haven Conn. ; Mrs. Isabel Bailey.New ites his home the following accountoThls month up to the present time, and at mittee Chat the Board desired all Information moire, will the son, who Is a lawyer, time appointed for -the train to;....., ;'

Jersey; Mrs. Kitta Greene New York; visit_ paper to thjscity : each session business has been trans relative to the number of truck said he expected to locate in our midst. every available seat was, taken .and?

Mrs. Addie Wsllerstein New York. "Kissimmee, Florida is the finest acted that has resulted great goodto I gardens'beipg cultivated in and around W* will extend him a heartyw.lcome. there was still a Urge number at the$

No Official of the corporation has ever little city that I taw while I was gone. our city and county. It is the common Kissimmee. the number'of acres'ln each as we believe him to be a man of ability depot..ady\.to go.' .GL: F. Parker the'J:

received any salary or compensation for It is_a place of about 2,000. It has custom of Boards of Trade in this and the character of fruits/ d vegeta- and we need ,i good' many of"that obliging A..O;: 1..,' agent, relieved' the"'

--service rendered-all have givennot beautiful lake fronts, and is a great state to cease meeting during the sum bles grown; also when anjj now to prepare kind of men ...1it. ... situation by announcing,that the ''train .
only their time but also pecuniary aid ; shipping point by water and. rail. The mer months hut in Kissimmee meetings the varioui soils for tivation. In this Monday was one of our smoke days would return for those who were unable
to for existence have been and connection the Board of Trade requestsall to seats and make another to-
our struggle principal products are gardenings and just as regular equallyas but that ii a part of our:- program out get trip. .
_ It matter of sincere pleasure to attended thj. heated truck this locality to aid the grounds which done.' ,''
,is a i there are "some fine groves. largely during growersnn here. Where there is so much smoke was ,
orange .
me to give the public the names of a There are lots of cattle, but they are period as in the winter ream:, which Dr. J. W. Simpson, chairman of that there s sure to be some fire, so just The picnic was held in the beautiful \i

few who have aided this humanitarianwork. very small. The people cannot be excelled fact has been the prime of the committee vtn getting such nformation." watch our smoke, and some day we will oak grove between the, new*-.,hotel-h\{

The captain standing on the for hospitality. They told me unprecedented prosperity our people are Mr.' 47.: Donegah, for the special show you as. fine a town as there la in which is In I course of erection, and the

bridge of a great ocean steamer resplendent the city was incorporated but there now enjoying.Both ; committee on excursion and barbecue, Florida. railroad. A large table had been built

., in uniform ia a conspicuous i were cattle running In the streets and I President Willson and Vice-Pres- reported that it was given on the 3rd, Mr. W. Bv Makinson was in St. Cloud by Contractor Frank Bass and his men.,, :

person In entering a port or out on i on the sidewalks and that didn't look ident Stanford being absent on a business aid proved a great success, that aboutone Monday, and he was as full of businessas and on this the sumptuous 'dinner'w.\' ..
the he is the observed of all observers New York Mr. W. J. Sea hundred and fifty participated and spread and wai
sea i good to me, for they don't do that in trip to ever. If you want to deal with him, ) heartily! enjoyed by,, ,*
but down below-unnoticed, un- acted in the of at that those attending who had lately alt '
California I called on the editor, Mr.. capacity chairman I get your little spiel all made up as soon j r. ,
known.are'the: men whose untiring i W. B. Harris. He is a very nice man, the meeting of the Board on Monday moved into our community or were tem- J as'he comes in sight, .because time is I The people living around 'St. Cloud,

work moves the stately ship. In corporations and gave jne all the information con- night, and acquitted himself with much porarily residing here seemed greatly money with him. I know by experience: Asliton. Narcoo ee.'and'P"hol'D .turned ;.._
=: .... and} .organizations the active thntrythatbe'oould.. -I credit'and to the full satisfaction, --of- pleased with the treatmejtt..the"y' received --la* I tried to-catch hi. auto and failed, i out in I large"numbers, 'and""assisted
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head-the manager or president-quite met the city marshal. He said that those pre;;. I what was .shown them In-the and didn't see him again for about two 'lln giving/ a royal! the new-."*.*

generally receives much praise for results -I they wouldn't two arrests a Secretary Meek resfd the minutes of way of orange groves, field crops and weeka. settlers who are to become. part and
reached mostly by the work of met average the previous meeting, which were ap- : truck farms. Mr Donegan called especial Mr. Blazer ,I' parcel of this section, and help In banding
month.; I a Mr. Murray, a real Philip and sorv Harry, ,-
I attention to the than kind and .
others. correction. more Vine
wlthou and Osceola
'proved up making county
estate man from Los Angeles. He said have moved down on their five-acre
Many a noble woman has denied herself The secretary read a communication i generous manner in which Capt. Clay of the most populous as well as prw...
farm and will 'clear It
he was a cousin of A. H. Murray Jr., up and make their
pleasures n necessities to speed I from Governor Gilchrist, the same be Johnson Mr. John M. Lee and JudgeG. home for porous counties In Florida.In .
of Visalla. I took a trip with him and there the present.
the work for ',the poor consumptive. five others In a boat to Paradise Island ing airanswer to an invitation extendedhim F. Parker had given their best ef- We would I lik+ito tell you about our years to come as the new town of "*

Their contributions, may never meet the about three miles distant. There are I to be present> and take part in the forts towards making the occasion the I picnic in this letter, but will have to SC Cloud grows and prospers and

public eye but rest, assured they are lovely orange groves on the island. barbecue and fish fry to be given by the complete success it proved to be, and at I wait until next week. While we are all blooms Info a thriving eity. Its pioneer
down on God's tablet.. I Board of Trade on the 13th of October. the"close of his report the Board gave I citizens, those who attended. picnie ,
The timber that grows on the Island very busy, :we still have time to be sociable ,
To treat consumptives properly and is cypress, hammock' palmetto. iTb. Governor stated that it would'give those gentlemen a vote of thanks as it for you know that next winterwe yesterday, will cherish that occasion in;
successfully, more than medicine air him great pleasure to be present and also did the committee. [ much dread wont their memories as a red letter day in
We went from there to Fleming Island so come down here ,
and food is necessary. The environ- I deliver an address his official business: The nfUt meeting of the Board will the history of the Colony, *l
three miles distant, on water. Thereis Florida and how we wish the thous-
ments must be comfortable and beauti- could be so shaDed be held on the night of tike 23rd. ,The good feeling now'" existing between -!''5
an orange grove of 40 acres as fine ..' of our friends up north could'say .
ful, equal or better than those at home. i Mr. W. B. Harris, on the of the r-- much. the citiwms"; of KJaaim.... and ',
part of
you ever saw, and about seven acres Many them could if they
They must have confidence in The Valley Gazette as an Advertiser.iMr. l bodes-well for* bothw
: supreme: of peach orchard. There Is a very large finance committee, stated that his committee lin knew of tte thousands of acres q settlers : (

the physlclan for the matron,_and the and warmest sympathy With arterian well, which, is used for' Irrigation would make a at JK. L. Van Duzor states that his .lands,that are: still to be had here.fplaces4Iong mar ith8omtintliV", ,) .,; ,I

nurse. ," the next meeting. advertisement o f Prosper COIonjTuTthe- looks almost.hilt finding money fa the ; The frame
.'r v these features assured, great success Is Mr. A. R Donegan for the advertising Valley Gazette brought more Inquiries compared to prices in other states St. Cloud Is up and Contractor.! Frank]
o certain; without1} these."pleasing surroundings Maps .f Florida. 'committee, stated that his committee -'" In'one week 'than an ad. which' cost him I but we look for the same high prices to Bass is bending'every'effort to'-Jta.e.l'I""j

..many patients. ,surely curable- To any subscriber the valley Gaz- was busily engaged in mailing'' out $260.00 in a large western-daily.,; prevail here as soon as the people"np completed on eon tract time ,

will die. ette we will send postpaid upon receipt literature descriptive of this section. In L north fully real ice what_we have down thirty days from the time. .the.
_ How pleasing Jt is to hear a cultured' Os 26 cents a pocket map 'of the Stateof this connection there were many short Born; "Tuesday' Aug. 10th, to Mr. I here in Florida __ was".begun.The. j >t L.wilL

?- "girl or boy on entering our grounds and Florida. '. -. talks made; and many had some good and Mrs. W.;;'C.; Tanner;,a-eon C We still "have preaching: at the. Sol- twenty.. rooms.. -a

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/aaaelYrwll M./Mt. '',<.' ; '' WORDANZAI>".vr' .t-?") f V $1'JPO[
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N" ... : Japan tics
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"I,!,: "," '' It is DOt infrsqaeqt to and men speonjatlng -,

f'' : SherifTV. Famous. Prison. In. r si to the origin of the now familiar

' CONTRACTOR and B t It.PER-- New York City -j ."banzai.." and w. b Ueve,that a
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" .IJ '. . x general Impression classes this excel
r. lent ejaculation amongthe inventions
:! Does-General Contracting' and Building and Furnishes Esti- ITS GUESTS WELL TREATED. of ,modern Japan! Quite, recently Indeed

t<. .'mates! ,on,Structures'of- size: or'pimensions' whfether) we heard a learned Jtpanene'dV
: Clare that
1 1e.'w'} it be a Two-Room;Cott >re'or.Tourist Hof** -S' J The the late Professor SToyanaawas
t \ : : ;, """at.. 'WnrN. Urrlf.rm and the originator of the'word

Mans Specialty of boring ARTESIAN VVELLS <., Hav Many .Priviltg. .*-Ths 'Di.ol-: Japanese equivalent! of "hurrah." But! "
a 20
. J.. in ,which he haa-met 'with the greatest success V p jln' U....Quits Qntl.. and th.. '.Sur*. i 'a.the truth .., that'"banzar' belongs to Chalmers-Detroit Hudson ,
very much
remoter date. History
rounding o.ful arid Hom.lik.. 1
'- of mari In.Florida. ,
any < '
-- - .1 that' it WAS used certainly as f "
-, Walklhi through. the streets of Jhe long; agog, year 486 A.' D. and T. S. ABERNETHX 'Agent -

-..- : ., Give him" your Work- an3 it Kissimmee hiss squalid, notar east u de the visitor In probably it was not ,an Innovation "-.
will be well and quickly done" t New Tork is ijnlte unprepared for the even then. In the fCbronJcles of ;Japan ORLANDO. FCA. .. ,
peace and cleffa homMlnens! " r "
a wor...published in the year
- ,_ .the sjierlirs-vjrjuon. In 820 WRIITE PQ lDEBOP5IPTIVE CATALOtOUE,
A..D it
. L.UO1OW see.'n liK rili lit W spring of 48dD.Js-vrelatedthaLJa_ l ft .. _._._.. suge2lVVy' ;
the Emperor
: school and pollco court .t'o- I ---
eidee -- -
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j ; Woke remembered 'by' posterity as -- - --
the .k.blll1dlnA', OPDllm ted WIth 1 "Kenzo. Tenno
anti Nt i ;lipt3 jcFAT: ;over long windows. of the summer hall repalredto and'\there'held thejiark VV VVVVVVV VVV VVVA1 .
SUNNY 'SOUTHSTA'BLES resembles a village church or oliKfash- .
' lone revel by "the winding streams." Ills "
bull of learnIng: Theo 1"1'
guests were a concourse of minister l ,
clamor does not penetrate Its cool cloltix '
and officials 'thatepoch
onblgh known at
tera. The IItruggle.; for existence Is
L. H, INGRAM. Proprietor. bRUNt at the thrl."boldDut It Is nqt under the titles'of Oral. Mural '
an Mlyakk'o.heo feast at
the was (
so easy to enter the sheriff's rest enbl1lshment. -
The guard wbo its height the g-ueits, we read, "raised! KATZ'SI8

". Livery, Sale .and-.=Boarding- trle tne sfron hell) eyes dooY_the in_response:visitor' suspiciously Jto..the_eler-, ,,fairly repeat be\cries Ansumed of that banzai.this! formulaof It may

as If the Ihtter might bo trylojr to gratulatlohs did not originate then, s
break! Into the but at any ratoslts undoubted use in '
Well equipped with NewStock and Celtlcler and I prepared proper creden.Unls.county The havenwithout" ;Japan more than 'fourteen centuries '
' persons
S; S
to meet; all deruamt4'-'ith< perfect! salisfaction._ entitled to the privileges of the Lud- ago deprives any Uem savant of the tte'
low"tavern credit of having invested it-Japan "
are those In contempt' "All
MalL >L our w tene, "
surrogates' and certain other courts. l .
HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY federal bankrupts delinquent militia "

men, execution and judgment debtors AIM TO SUCCEED., Linen ami other washable
-----PHONE 102 and breach of S S
BRQADWAY promise and-..alimonymen. ,
x The 8 Improvement Habit a* e
\ .,--- .. however, the visitor who can prove : Business AM.!. S Skirts at $2 and "over set

.................................................................... that he bas no sinister purpose ,1s The-very reputation of baring aa \
ushered Into a .cory: parlor fitted with, ambition to amount' to something laxtbe

:. .WHAT IT MEANS !. rugspictures and piano. Here he world of having a grand life aim, ing at half p'ce. .

:S Many peoplmlo not know' what a Bniik'n Capful' |"for. or the dir( be- = meets the warden who talks freely IsNworth everything says a writer la
:: tweoii a hank of little or no< .pl'.1! ! and ana with a largo capital. / and simply about hfa gues .l. He admits Success Magazine. The moment yourassociates

:j-: "A IIAMTS T-APITAI AND el:>iRPLt'9la / ,he has never read Lombroso' or find that yon are dead .In ;Z On cheaper ides' a reduction f;

:% the font tin' |iron--t'' the depo.ltore< | from lo... therefore the larlJer It U the any other. crimlnologlst. What's the earnest that you-mean business; that _
0 grtwter protection the <1"1'0"ilnrrt have rhtit bank hart. a use? They don't send felons
to shake
this they cans t" front
:' .. .. .- you your 8
: Capital lit ' - - *I.DOO ") -" one-third will be
:: ,HurpliiH food of IVOCHl l 0' ? place. The _learned" observations" ofpenologiata termination to get on.In the world or oxf
1 htovkhvliiiTii'llabiilir . Vl.imii' (U i do*not apply to the Inmates tob you'of you time 'or persuade you _

1 A total of lUVocxi no *:... of Ludlow tavern. Methods of to waste It_frivolous. things you S made. 8-

i:: Tblii mean that we moat lone 11I.Vl'Xt.qo( ) before our depneitore! could l-n" a discipline and reform are superfluous. will not only be'am\ aspiring exampleto N \
:: eDt. Thin protection la for VOI;. /.. There are Just a few rules, such as ob- them but the veryspeople who are "

I tain In any-well regulated hostelry. A throwing away their time will also these
:. .,, guest on arrival has his pedigree taken admire your stand, respect and profit ;" g
: "- : a t the office is shown up to his .sleeping by It. and you will thus be able to protect
: KlMAIMMKK., F7.L,Ca r*I'c.A. :i iC : chamber, gets! Introduced to the yourself from a thousanoNannovajices will be and alterations

A. CAHi''V' I .ll" .M LEE N. -CARHON' :: rentlemen In the sitting room and Is and time wasters and ciperiences charged no -. g
:2 I'rraidrut'u 1 1 .'-1'nwl.leot < .,hiRr CDANN'S ,
'left to his own de-vlces- no unit rm which would only hinder you>
. ................ .................................................! no hair cut, none of the unpleasant. ; features '"- n other words, there is everythln; Z; made.
of a common prison. There 1 is. In declaring yourself In taking a stand

indeed, a genteel search for sharp In- and thereby announcing to the world . J'8

slrum@nts keys and knives. as forbidden that you do not propose to-be a failure
WAGON WORKS articles, but there Is no ('onflM<' or an ignoramus; that you are goingto ''V VVVVVVVVVVVVVV

- tlon of any! other private |M>'MRC-HROHS.' prepare" yourself. for something out _
6RDEF A man may bring In all lie books, of the ordinary away beyond mediocrity ." - -
writing material, tobacco, clothes, toilet something large and grand. "
AT REASONABLE PRICES. articles and bric-a-brac that lie The moment you do this you stand
pleases. out In strong contrast from the great ( bottlingl'hs

The rising toll rings at 6:30: a. m., mass of people who are throwing away
Blacksmithitig, Hors shcin!) inl1d Repair Work of and, the guests have a ehanro to Vt-nnb. their opportunities and have not grit '
shave and make their beds. before and stamina enough to do anything

AlljKinds Done by F rstcJussVorkltten.. breakfast, at 8 o'clock. The regular worth while or to make any great effort : .
breakfast l consists of coffee and nlir. to be somebody In the world.

but guests may supplement' it with -- _-. V. .
eggs cooked at the hot water tap or First; Omnibus O. H. PAA"THliR.:: Pg0/"raIETOR
J. J. DANN Proprietor. I may order at their own expense, an "Omnibus" was an almost brand j V '
Soda Water. Coco Cola. Gi1ge Ale and All the Newest and Best
*lnlH>nUe meal from the menu curd of new word In Its! modern sense when !
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a neafby restaurant. The morning took it from the French In .Drinks Bottled ancj Crowned by\ ew .and Up-to-Date Machinery
newspapers are at hand so that guests 1829. and In France the name possessed .

THE GMYSTONE GHRHGE ID mm ,SHOPS while headlines sipping and their note Coffee the progress, may scan of who knew a. special their history significance, for from for those 1G72 GI\/E LJS A TRIVLOF I =RDEFR"T "1plOCCCCOOCCCCCCCCC.c

events. to 1676 Paris had already seen a regular .
',.After breakfast every one goes Into- Service! of roomy public vehicles, \
: : : : : ;cc-AX1OCJCCXXQ( .' % C10CYOt'
: ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor. I., the ynrdforan hour's exercised: The "caro ses a cinq sons." Onlythese
high brick, wane do ,not bar tho 'sunshine predecessors of the modern bus were Co.A.-CAR30H.. / J. A.. CltoUiFORD, %- 8. L. {.t1ITER,a .

,b'-:; . AGiillaNT POR I., from tho yard, which Is ,bout not ""omnlbus""tor: all. The letters Pawdoto. / '. Vlo.-Pr.iUonU x 8.:r..UrrklSSlMMEE
'.;-II.'M, ; ,. patent which Instituted ,
> .( sixty feet square' and stone flagged then for the . / .
J ... .
1' "' Fairbanks-:Morse s. ; I.: around a'central grace plot 'After the benefit of middle a eless people. laid .. /' o ,;;

-, exercise hour the guests repair to a down that they were not to be used by LUMBER
and Irrigating Outfits. largo sitting; room and read study or soldiers lackeys or any other wearersof [ l CO.

I piny peimchle checkers) dominos nnd livery or artisans and laborers. ,

chess There Is It small library of These exclusive vehicles faded out of ."

'bonks nnd m nZ1lnlt.... Ttn>t AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED have private stocks of llrernturo-: :- were started In Paris In 1828 were ,

cUange their books In a fraternal named "omnibus" expressly to "stgnifytheir and Dressed
spirit. democratic chara ler. London Rough

ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN; ANY DEPTH) Tin Uluner bell tings at noon. A Chronicle. ": .

wholesome stew a boiled dinner or a
I plate of fish and! potatoes Is provided. Widows' Caps Pine Lumber

If this seems too frugal even for cloister The widow's cap Is a survival of an
We Solicit all Kinds Work old
Repair life, there U the restautant mean Roman custom. Widows were
obliged to their weeds for
wear ten
to fall bock on. As a rule .though, the
months, and the bereaved
Inmates satisfied with the woman
06 \ are regular
shaved her bead token of HOUSE BILLS A
as a mourn SPECIALTY6c
fare. Another hoar In the'yard an .-
> aldlLna a u8ratk dr 6u/lr- t 6cartk6aaGROCERIES ing. Naturally the widow could not
r A:6 afternoon spent In the sitting room .very. well appear In public with a baldhead <6c>OOOC: : : aa)OCOCIOl10COlItXlOC) >0<>0<)O<>OOOOOOO<>
after the style of the morning session
so dainty caps were made In order
and then of bread and tea at
-- .C
supper ------- -
to bide the disfigurement. The --
5 I>> o'clock. Two hours later the guests
cap still remains though the Immediate N NWN't.A'''' ''' N't' -'''-''
"i 3 i ii retire to their chambers for the night. necessity for Its existence has .
They are locked 10. It 1* true, but the long passed away__Pearson's Weekly. l i"
obliging guard will open on any reasonable
request There Is no rule School Supplies
Advantageous Promptitude. .
against talking and guests may read Henry IV. of France particularly i ;
or write by the light of their own candles
liked answers to his questions given
i i until they feel disposed to go to bed. AND TABLETS
quickly and without preparation. On
A gentle routine It Is. No OM is ?
None but the Best Sold.. overcrowded for while there are accommodations one he said occasion to him, meeting: "Where an do ecclesiastic you come, ,

t for a hundred persons from? Where are you going What $
- ----- - the number of guests .... seldom anything EXAMINATION TABLETS '
.__ t do you want? $ .
like that. The disagreeable MADE ESPECIALLY FOR
"From Bourges; to Farts; a living,
monotony of seeing the same faces replied the cleric promptly.. OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL.. '
and hearing the same anecdotes com- "You shall have It!" cried the prince.An ti
plained of by arctic travelers Is obviated -
< R. S. Floyd & Co.J by the coming and going of In Oversight. .

v mates. The comfort of guests Is pretty -
: "Look "
here, exclaimed the UlC1'7man
KJjifrqg' : well assured" bj a .staff of nine as he rushed Into the real estateagenf Kissimmee Drug Co.
guards and three or four cooks and Ll
* attendants.
yon yesterday is thirty: feet under water -
-- s; r'4 -- Letters to guests are not opened before !"

M + '-H-H"( delivery as In common penal In "Pardon' my oversight apologised _
stitutions. Three days a week are set \
the gentlemanly agent. "We give a
ii I aside for visitors, but no member of diving salt with etch plot. I will send

H Suspenders 15 to 50c the Alimony club 4s compelled to see yours to yon todsy." Kissimmee Wagon Works
'I his wife. Once In a long while, however -

a member of the fair sex eaters Oddly Expressed.The .
the portals as a guest There was one CHURCH.
following letter of gratitude fo*
Viking Hosiery for Men, Women and "woman brought to 'the office in contempt -
services rendered
appears in a Ixmdon Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date

Children, 6 pair $..OO. proceedings Inquiry subsequent, but the referee onsupplementary a publication: "Mr. and Mrs Blank wish Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer.: .
to express thanks to their Mends and
bald hearing on the spot, and the
neighbors who assisted at
so kindly
:woman was discharged with consent All Kinds Blacksmith Wheelwright! Work and Horseshoeina 4;
No Better Goods pn the Market at These Prices. the- burning of their residence last 'a Specialty.
of, counsel. In former days a male night"
guest charged with breach of promise \ $

-won freedom by marrying the woraaii The mean things done by those -we ALL \AM3RK: GUARANTEED TOSA: TISFY. =$

:---HE: CASH STORE OTock of his Tribune.choice In the hotel oXOoa.-New dislike Bepublic.never surprise as.-. 8t. Lotus i \ -:-:- fXo.

Solicit V..r Tr...: .... 't":

+i+++I+I ++I+T+++++++++++..+++++++++J l. What we obtain too cheap! wee...... The fool wanders; the wise travel weft rant v_ ..[.t. R. JOHNSTON

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4, :.... = : . """ -,. '- =rJ. News. CondensedITEMS University t ;. ot t Florida.; Florida State College. "_

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For: the .
Ready .. .
... aui4lmtlonrfttitti6"STTiUKK.iupport d '
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Of INTEREST.GATHERED FROM-THE- by8t t u4rKbKRAt. T ll li see PI rid. J.
FUND fur
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'. '" -- "EWS""PERS.PUBLISHED IP") THE Id* Youug Men, '. A College without a pir.ll,l In the fouth. oTbozau (- ,
," .1N1NN.NNNNNN..N.qNN1NNNNIPlow! : '.. ."......-.. '. . o.. STATE'e./ ...' .. hConnMLeading to.P. rew oj.B.A.. a pagg'{ uel c-r:!.!and dipiom.e" -" ,:!, "' r*.*- ((1'1! "*.1 ln''i4n'ArWaodSclcnocit y
-. . $,. aa" L... L. 8, -r A Cullegs'of: ' !.'ber.r Art. '. ;
The tax levy of Bradford county for Mae men held-up Adam Johns lf.- ArcoJturalt'Ci| > m1c..l,1 H? A,wh.>ol of]ndn.lrl..-Arty :VChil \J
.K' ctrU lanil 4U.t* !: "?. -A $(, > '! .
( > *l-CDliiMrlDi I't8,1
the-year 1909 has.been placed at 21 1 a negro, in. Ocala and robbed him of Onttiuvl > Albhnot ,
J.a"NprlD.l80bool'O..4ua id" orErpn.r)1'-:
.' ... : A Nnhool =
cfothingjind fifteen
." mills "to several J pack: igelfof EKpeoAil Kxce . .,!*ta1ovue No tultioy' .,oth.r.aW very low For >fHwrite ,
dollars in cash. Up to last accounts the \ to .7' ''Yurtherlafur atlooaddre.'t. '. ,K
... :
a- ---\ ..-... arrests : ? .
. police Therewere''of Tampa during the made month by the of jobbers had. not -been. captured.The .. A. A... Murphrec. .A.", ,W.;.'1TL. D., Edward Conradl( M.; ,A. ,Ph. D. .,

600 Acres of- Muck L nd- Same July materials tgr: the! erection of.. a RRIiSlUENT PIU SIDE1'fROt ,

-, pavilion and public reading-room-on the .

as St. CLout ,Meade:There'on was the.'''a 3rd disastrous, four business fire in'houses Fort peen new public orderetT wharf and .at..soon Punta as received jGorda have the ...............a..:.......,.. :.

UplntcL- ___ being destroyed__1 work of construction-wiH-conunence.--- : L 1r4i'a- ::ci.otz: S .-" --';'

: Five Acre Tracts. It I iasaid the catfish industry/ is worth The pineapple growers of St. Lucie : . ,FLORIDA'S BLUEST.CbLLEOECollege :'.
,, a qv3"arUif a million dollars annuallyto I have formed an organization with 164 Z
. Academy, and Schools of Music, .Expression'Fine:=
... .. Demote county.: mentbers. ;Jlie object of the association Arts Domestic and Industrial ArtS and Business ". '
j. is promote' the interests of the .i';
Many niew buildings are being erectedin neapplelndustryon the east coast. Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed: eteo- .'
Oca < and that city expects to enjoya trio lights, steam and furnace heat; large facility; perfect nealtb- ,
.. .. .: _._. conditions; One gymnasium athletic :Feld,, boa Oil, tennis courts,' :
'" Just cast'of Kigsiiiinrcc city liiiiltw .- big boom this fall - f Charley Connell;.ayoung'whitmani' -.- -golf llrtk;; 'baseball, football 1 teas champions of. 1
on t wanted in Alabama for. committing arson Florida in 1909. Nearly a quarter of a'ni1\l&o'dol\ rs endowment;
he little town of Welborn shipped' was arrested< at New River Stationon expense moderate;, scholarships available. Chris ao but. undenomlDalional ,
clay road. This
. land( was selected oveKforty thousand dollars' worth of'' July 31. Officers from Alabama ; stands for \ i e

by Cnpt. Rose, now State Chemist, eggs the past season. II J came and carried the young man back. J CHARACTER' CULTURE CONDUCT '...

Address \ ;
For Catalogue the President: :
when. he was In charge of. the Digs-/ The sumBqer training school for teachr The fire of March, 1908 which destroyed : .
--........ ers at Tallahassee closed on the 6th after a large portion! of Ybor City, is :: Wm, F. Blackmail, Ph.D.,. Winter ]sack, Jo.t--::
ton drainage( operations lies at a most successful term.
burned now only district a memory has been as rebuilt the entire with ..........................

the north end of, and drains Into M_ ,
beenperfected" .
Arrangements naye otter and more substantial buildings.On .
whereby a race meet will be held in

Lake Tohopekallga. This line body .. Tampa beginning December 1st. August 2nd the Knight propertywas John B. Stetson Universit .

of trucking land will be on the market sold under the hammer at Inverness LINCOLN HULLEY. Pfc D.Ltot. D. LU 0'. President
Sumter county has nearly] hirty thousand
. just as soon as the surveyorscan dollars in its treasury', but will expend for to the$62,000 Consolidated, which company Naval StoresCo. resoldit THE BEST SCHOOL &?$&> FOR YOUR CHILDRENBEND '

that much in building a ne r court THEM 'TO 8THT8ON .
to the Co. for "
complete the platting. house. I Knight Turpentine 49 Prof eMOrs and Instructor College of Liberal Aria :
" '\' J100.000. 17 University BulHlng College of Law
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28 Acre Campus College of Technology

.-..................... There has been a large increase >n The sheep experiment being tried by 581 Students Last Year Collet of Business
Se-" Aca tomy1SM
acreage planted-in peaches around the'San Mateo Fruit Co. in their orange've ,261/.01 endowment. PreParatory "-
I -
ville, and the is said to be the best Volume In Library Normal and Model School :
crop seems to work all right so far.
. *l"_." Pip Organ School of MechaAIC-A1U ,
in years. I Th sheep do not bother the orange trees, !. Lars Laboratories Science School of Music:
J. M.WILLSONJR.REAL ---- and will keep down the grass and weeds Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Pin Art .
The fish fry at Punta Gortfa on the ]', in good shape. ..par..:.dormMorfe for rant HW lad young wonH.. v. in .....-......-. ., _. .___.. .-,---..--
\ ....... _...... .,
30th of attended 1n.e. sad.ol.eotrlr te.df.g For art at rtm Ion .nl ft lot room IMWMIOH. adders]
July was by people -
and was a monster success in every s:4.: .h
Capt. Bryan r adn' aster of theS.
particular.Work A. L. with headquarters at Starke

received a telegram on July 30th from TLBEAT'CONTRACTOR
is being rapidly pushed on the
A.--, I Oglethorpe, Ga.stating that his brother -
new court house in Fort Pierce, and it
/ '.' -'Vr .p iF'g"P'7i z1i'4rrtF'P V j E. G. Bryan, had been killed at that
r- is expected to be completed by the end
i place by
,NORTH KlSSSIl MBE. 'PHONE NO. 8. 1 of the year. lightning and BUILDER .
j II
commiasio-f;;:: While in swimming in a millpondnear -- *....
The Orang county .
i tl their home near Hayana, Fla., -
C. have annual tax levy at'23.i .
WXGriffln : mills place\ special school last Monday Misses Rebecca Worn- Plans and Estimates Furnished
... .
mock and Ella .peeman; both about 15
t district tax of 3 mills. I ;

Famil Groceries hodits ) AGENT FOR '_ '
The Farmers Union of Bradford county I j -- _ -.
tt I will give a picnic at Worthington' on I
Fresh I is invited to'at- The jury in the case of Will Moore '
Me irrigation
ts. the 18th and everybody The Famous Menge Pumps for and Drainage 50.000to
with the murder of
basket. i charged at h
tend and carry a I : 1.600,000 gallons per hour.
lit bell ery Every Day at any Hour. Pat nags Solicited.Depend Miami, returned a verdict of murder Gasoline Engins. 2 to 50 H. P. Steam Engines, 6 to 200 "H. P. "
..... .+c.eaeae.Ala.AcAtl.afa.ea aA. ScBudk ,8. edhr-ratlt Fire destroyed the handsome residence I I in the first degree with recommendation Boilers Any Size. .
of Mr. J. J. Caruthers at Coleman II to mercy. This was Moore's second Stamped Metal Shingles Ceiling and Outside Walla-Any, Design.:
last week together with most of trial the jury in the first trial of the .

the household furniture.- I case having failed to agree' IRON ,FENCES.; .. AND 1 _MONUMENTS. :..

Tie Atwood orange' grove at Mana-]I Sheriff Galloway of Marion county ar- ,

vista Manatee county comprises 260 rested John Faircloth, a white man, lastweek

acres and will produce;100,000 boxes, of 'I who. is wanted in Georgia.for - - ...

fruit the cpming season., ' murder, .Faircloth was workjng'Jn a ClWIIk.. .SKAC3M.' sere pd' ,::.'r MAO so.. .
On Us
: k "[ : i sawmill at Levon, and had been there '\

Capt. W. A!: weIorJmany;years 'for several months. He iar -in, jail._,In., s ,. ,. .'tft"
extradition .
government inspector of steam hulls for j I i Ocala awaiting papers. ...
I' % '
the east coast district: died at.. his home

Jacksonville' on the 4th.. !I The City Council of Fort Pierce has j Livery Feed and Sale Stable. |
\ decided to call an informal election of ,

r--- Tl\re is considerable talk among the property owners of that city to determine .
citizen of Bartqw relative to building a the sentiment in regard to the WOOD--DRAYING: t

hospital that city, and the local papersare electric light franchise, which was recently 4
Everything Is New and FirstClass.tie,
urging hat it be'done.? granted the St. Lucie Ice Co. and
turned back by them for amendment. 1 Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service ,
you depend on us, we 'nr sure that The largest\ holesale whisky dealer ,, Day or Night. All Kinds.

you lvill be entirely satisfied( with the way! in the south R: M. Rose, has sold his 'j 1:I The County Commissioners of Suwan- tt Heavy Hauling. .' rAT ...
establishment In acksonville and wit! nee county have discontinued the tax
in which your wants will be taken care of. retire fronX-that'lineiRf business. !,: levy of one mill for road purposes,.and SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONH't13.' 1'R '

. 1 I will make the funds now on hand and
If It it is your doctor's prescription The County CommissionWi of Yolusia'I that to come in pay for road work the

county have granted the ex usive rightto 1 coming year. The School Board of that ;., ; ,
whlch"you want filled we will attend( to certain people to.. plant oysters in apart I county also reduced the school tax levy a41EArd, aalf.Iua ailu1r.A..At.A.l .

it in a way which will please him and give of the waters bordering tha& ounty. one-half' mill. - 1 IDEAL FERTILIZERS' ::
I!' ; ;
yon the utmost satisfaction. A big barbecue will be held at Provi- The full Board of Railroad Commissioners '
the 14th and is i it visited Fruitville, Manatee county -
dence on everybody BEST' 1''i": l
if it is an ordinary drug store article vited to attend. '.Messrs./ B. Gallo- last week to determine whether the :
and J. E. will deliver ad- ,, ueit o'f the people 'of that community .
that is demanded way = To pain a place on our regular Hit a formula must noVonly produce'results -
will \hat be
whas kept
you get you dresses. I i a railway agent perm but results with a PROFIT. Tbens of fertilizer considers
nenuy at that place was reasonable.The = REAL .
for stock 'I effect on his pocketbook--the \
want, our is most carefiillyse- At.a meeting of Centro Asturiano, a' Commissioners have not as yet rendered IDEAL UTILIZER produces the right effect for works with N \ i .
a1 Spanish society existing in Tampa on a decision. tit lure.. The preference of each class of vegetation for Its" source of ;
lected and in it Is to be found practically August 5th a committee was appointedto I I \ plant food Is carefully studied M well as the proper'Proportions to- 1-
, . give perfect bal.Dce-DO lack, no waste.
any article that. is ever found in n drug collect funds to aid the Spanish reservists The attorneys of Isabelle Draft the i With proper application of oroper food. vegetfc'lOD outgrows diseases .,
now in Morocco. I widow of RevN[aac Draft under sentence and insects to. a great extent, and being strong and vigorous, pro- 1
store. I of life I imprisonment as an accomplice duces fruit that. Is pleasing! to the. eye and palate -and. brings. flaanci ,.
The gain and fish warden of Volusia of Albert mith in the murder l returns pleating to the grower. .
Do not. lose the maximum proOt due you by using poorly balanced
Yes, you can depend on us for all your county arrested three men last week 1 j lof her husband, haVe secured a new i .plant food from Improper sourpes. IDEAL stands for'PROFIT. f
for Violating the state laws. Two plead I| trial for the. woman.: The second triaIwiH'occwr << .1'
wants. expect to satisfy in a guilty, but one wilt submit his case'for,-I j at the'Ylext tertj-olf the-eir- L. _Call ouourJocaLageovL _

drug store. Our stock is modern and our' trial" before the circuit court. ]i I cult. court .in Ocala.y WATBltS CARSON GROCERY CO., :

customers Is as good as careful Miss Mary Sandlin a beautiful young I| The Florida East Coast Railway has R or ad dross -l.-r--l.rtit

lady of Punta Gorda was burned to, leased the marine railway at Currys

attention can make it. death in that city on the 6th,inst., the Sons shipyard at Key West and wi \In Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.. JaeFlorif4l ..

result of a gasolene stove_explodingover future make all repairs to its verse,
Depend on us and your drug-store which the was working. and launches there. Already quite a'' +YnYniF'W' Y"li'rrY *iF'Yr'iF y.JMachinef
force of men have been employed and
buying will prove pleasant and satisfactory. As a result of a knife duel fought on : there will be work enough to keep them

the highway near Bushnell Charley An-. busy until the railroad is completed.
derson I. dying and A. W. Haskins is I 1fl1sby O.

seriously wounded. Pink Butler a companion W. C.Morgan, a well 1 known sawmil '<.

o.Andenon. has been arrested)man of Lakeland, was, run over and 22 OCE BT.JACK80 IdLE, FLAe::1'E
complicity in the affair and is in 1 horribly mangled by train No. 85 of the .
I ." Portable and Btationarr-'hloglses.4! ,'i
In Dade City. Atlantic Coast Line near Seffner last
..' .. ,- .. I Theuntt'unate Saw Mills, Wood-working Maohifner1.'Shtngls .,... _
Saturda"niltht. man, '
j Mm.L h.MDJ..aD4gelleral F
The Citrus Protective League of W... 'who had been drinking heavily started line ofsupplies.. Complete'
ter Haven and Auburndale, toeetherwith'prominerlt home from Tampa on train-No. 82, but! t line carried la stock> : for' immediate: w
orange growers in other became so boisterous that he was put .. blpment. .Sold on easy terms, *-,' ''

OSCEOLA PHARMACY portions,of the county are endeavoring' off at Serfner and, it is supposed wentto 1 icyt 0
iry It will yon-4o coosult us before'
to get a commission on the part Of Polk sleep on the track when No. 85came r r buvlnr.:pay Postal wUI bring our aaJ"3
county to aid in exterminating the whitefly 1 along and struck him. His body was -eer! man. Write for_ illustrated catalogue'3

..- ,-.an_ insect that works great injuryto 1 ground to pieces and scattered: for quite and price -,- v -.1'!.
i'Jf .. citrus fruit trees. j a distance along the track. W.4r.oeNrJ...-Agents fer f.Mbrst.d aeeuhsr Zas'-DgB..e. fed. ",' +
w T' ( .",
.'-.* / ,. -. .- ., '/ .. / .. I'i. ) '-Jr ''', .::" .:. ..::,.. _'

- ",J5?" ' -,t ,..-.,.,:_'.''.'',-.._,;:-.,., .,"."-------_...._-....-.M'.-_ . ',' f'.' -,: ,,_ .....,' _:.. "':. ,!!_::: :: .:.......!...:.... ..."....'._." ,:".. .,.J......,--4'- ,- ___, L'V'.. .. .. ...:, ." _. \ -- .. - " -'-
.- '" .. e'. .
the Board of 'Birthday. ville," Birmingham and Atlanvft have i I'I'W : I I FOREIGN. ''POLtC
!The 1 : J Kissifflfflec Valley. .Gazette. Trades hot been ruined but' H An Oversight? PROCIED.NGlOFjTHt .

On the'of'August, 1908, theKissinmeeJ3osrd'ofTrsd..Was helped by ,doslt1il,I Patrolman of .London
:* 3he Board .of Tratla of Kiiisitrrnieagave Dree. ,ef the
-' organIed. I out the }lquor eata )U hmenta., JQf. SCHOOL BOARPKlssTnimee { t Paris and Berlin.ion'don .
barbecue and ) last I
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY course 'the a picnic one day '
... IU life during' ,the ,first few J Js-ylolated., Why not!? no clubs.
; Week; in lionor. If.t.b" visitor l patrolmett carry
tOffice inValley"Ga2ifte"Builiing.tUSSlaWER } months ott.i\ existence, was one.fraught I The:trade openly boasts of the,millions and new settlers ln'! .Kirt.iitnmee many.and Osc&ol.a -' .- ; Fla., Aug. 3; 1909. .j'' Attached 'to "the middle 'of i e- belt\F'
I 1 : OSCEOLA: COUNTY. FLA. with many trials, and..a,goodly, number I at command' for defeating and: repeals':'i count .. There were 135 people The Board of Public Instruction met behind Is a dark) lantern.XI...; OUT*,
all :
for I it !!!i. anti.liq or-lawlI, of their coats have vertical stripes;_ .
of our.citizens predicted a quick ,
who the : whom !
enjoyed itey of ther being present
: Wnety In acssiorf
,t't'W., B. HARRIS* !, Editor ned >op'.r. quiet and lonely death, but the original 'In South' } "taro1: n the open saloon Is regular blue and white signifying rank !and
E. Brown,
: Half \vrti Btrajijfersvisitors and progressive 'W, C. Bass,, Chairman: the fre-
... for showed gone. of the countiesJiave county distinguished service, During ,
-' never once the
---1 promoters I Hettlern in-tlu co A majority ( Ji: and W., J. 'SearsSuperIntundeet ,
dispensaries and these tlel -will (nty. J. Tumbling S showers and rains they wear .<
fe_ . : stoBSCRTJTlON RATES: ; .. :a I least,laxityof effort'or' 'portrayed the 'cou of the visitors '"wereVvctorana and ;: queut
'' Thelr'sHeaf"-5
\' On copy:ont yeas. .. .:. ... ..... ........ .*'1 00Ooa '' quitter's in'th.cin the smallestdegree. vote,for,tligpensaries or prohibition two little.'waterproof\Tcapes.:
oopy. MX njontha, ,. .... "cIr their fartuliejj.Vho: are seltling now at Minute. ot.last regular,session 'wete regulation of'street traffic by hand!
; greeks from last Tu day'If) is safe to ........
l' ----1 ---.." -:- At the first meeting after its organization j cBi
; the Cloud -
St. Ciony.--Orfku1o Sentinel.
; reallzatlonsbf ertectiQflein'
read and'pprOv d. 1s .
F t.. All --"u"leaUon.; ., ..except from our authol.aad its-ranks were augmented "a say that aa a result; 'ot'those elections I I signal a .'
'. eorraBpondanta.moat ba Rljrnrd. u"the wntwVajaeted by over one-half of the counties W<} wonder Jf it walt arXnversight C:!)Miller County Treasurer; reported Paris the ordinary patrolmen i
'"'" toalt.1-. .will not be returned unl_ dozen ubetantial, business men, and at will so' voting j on the"part-of the Sentinel tlit failed as follows wear'blue caps and. coats,and in' sain-,
':' :: '____ ,_ eachsubseqaent meeting from two -to. .. Let join the tall dry-column. to mention that thi.a. barbecue: was KtsalnVmee, Fla., July 31. 1909. mer white duck trouser'.They carry"
;; not our people in thti-iinterlor be "
F. at ttiaPoalofllca In KUnlmmaa. ...aa a half dozen new members we're added, alarmed. I held at Southport, fourteen miles ,own. ,To the 'Honorable-Board of Public In- J abort sworVls rather as an emblem" of,
, .
aond-cuua. mall. mattar.__r--"" =:: ..,,-.J., -. ,Until l today 1 itsDrolls: contain over a hun The articles ,pow appearing I the fake from KIsrImmee, and that\ e i I piruction in and forOsceola! County j authority but In extreme danger nse- '
'--- dred n mlI-lh.e l leading spirits in Kis- against\ prohibition1 hi the daily pap rs j the flat lde.o aclubi In"a dow! jJ ur t.,,
] party of 105 was about tho capacity fJ i I bereyrithl tender as Treas-
''-Fridav. August 13.... OOU. simmee's' commercial professional and are only .a part of-the propoganda plan- the which I my'report of rain the'Parts polJceman hang his
ned by the liquor forces.: If a steamer was chartered by irer'.of QaCeola County for the. mopth bookie the back side,of bis
social lie and- member is strivIngjhis cap on
:. ,>' ;of ; every pnplrI I the Board of Trade for the occasion1.:, I! o\july. A. D. 1909.GENERAL. . the'hood',
Kissimmee, ihe City Gardens. .. utmost to aid in any movementtheBoardmayinaugurate. i want to been thatsftfe there la plenty j I belt and draws over his head ...
All this information
i The of money fqr! space We are .r1ot.QIJ..j was published in t_ \ SCHOOL, CUPID.i1iirtarRUrreport of a short blue cape- of heavy cloth. ,, ,
: : 507 6To
[ ![
; *
I _
f Th tariff bill hu"bpen disposed 'o?/, that side.--De Soto County News? : fi' m wl1i hLtntn3 nl-' :SB< K* This'hooded cape is called a capueblnZand ,
: meet the beet. of feeling prevaila'among classes I : ,-- -v.-- : .1.1I ni'l obtained its information. .MIsrepresenting -I'I't.1if7l9wi.nmtel ami?XC<1 romCompt. Mch. Rodi-mp. In, Ita longer form,'reacblng to tj
and 'lfthe Thaw'case would of our people, and man feels :I ; To -' \ StHW Bank Loan J riW 00
i aame.fate the country could l once more every i Now figure.Some More. I ) Kissimmee, brother, will not I'To X' KU .City school| No. 1 XO DO knees. Is used, by civilians as welY) In
\ it his duty to bear a portion of the burden -I AcCordlpg
Orlando.Admiration. weather.
10 .0
help. To \ W J Sean sale old bid cold or rainy
y,: take up jfa usual grind. __ of our city and community. j i County courtol1 .l'l IP79 such times the streets of Parts .

, ---- --' 'When the Board of Trade was'organ. last Monday with 1.ocl1sl.9oo the docket: % I" to be'alive with cowled monks.. The
how those rich folks must Will Not.Rim a Paper. s._
My, scrap I t
ized business in Kissimmee waS about : Whinky'ls soli"}, jn that county., The uanicjourtjjovMieyjnJhjs '!- By pd! warrant s4er, flat -- f 274197.! London plan for controlling vehicle
] : the mil-
. in
private\ Fpxhall .{een.ha -divorcX: as low an ebb as it Was possible' for' it 1 ,\ countyon* Tuesday i A newspaper, if l it _has any brain; Balance '\ .- e4-21 Is used on the l'orl*/boulev"J'ds. The .
rlionalre manr-wife
t just :
- to De and the town to still exist;. there with less than a'dozen cones to be tried. conscience and muscle\ back of it, must I S SCHOOL BUB-DH T. NO. 2. p llcen dctaUed'for for sucfc duty '''ear-

.' ..d him,<5n 'the_ground of. abandonment.Th was hardly, a real estate transfer Uj I i The sale of whisky l in prohibited in this continually decide between doing its
month and thf prospects :were anything I county. Anything peculiar strike you? .: and injuring its pocket. In any position ..,1'] .CM..'... 'LLIliWt'-.OQI.! '
Arcadia Champion displayed considerable 10 helmet
To from hint report.. C 711 German policemen wear
but bright. Kissimmee Valley) Gazette.And but that of editor the public is ableto'
enterprise when it printed I 1- To amt.*.. from Tax CtH.. taxea. \ jI. !' and.have. a distinctly martial air.-
Today our business men are .doing a did.the writer of the above ever ..eparate the individual home from _
the tax list asamatt.r Travel Magazine.FOLLOWED, .
county delinquent just _
,. of news, its competitor, having greater volume of business than they I I think that Duval county by the census the collective citizen. But if an editor \_ (3/76 .

have ever done before. of 1905 hail a population oj 57H2. while does not please them it is at his pockets $('Hool,'H-B->1"0.4" ,
been awarded .the contract by'the com HER LEAD.
i- There have been more real estate I that of Osceola wa 8,622 Now, then they a m. '. Thus it is the newspapers To balance from lant report .
missioners.We'are To avmt'rcd from Tax Col.. taxeBy 24I -
sales consummated' the past twelve I II multiply those twelve cases hy fourteen learn who their friends are. The UW 'Te> Chinas Cook Knew Which EBB!

afraid the"new fish and game months than in the five years previous. -and Duval county was just that much man who r.eadg. a newspaper and admires paid .warrenta. aa per lilt 17 P'"$ -'" Should B* Discarded."Chinese .

. law passed by the last legislature witl There i is more money in circulation in i larger than Osceola four years ago in it all the year round. yet giveshis -r- 4 need' to be taught to be

. meet the same fate that has befallen this town today than was ever known population-and you will see that in business support to some other concern Byb&ance- II. C. MILLER., $ 1 71 more se4f reliant," said the woman

many other laws on our statute books in iU history. i j I proportion Duval county (wet'iB) just is not a friend to the former news -- County Trajillr. who eaiplbrs a Chinese cook. "Tester

absolutely dead so far as their enforcement There are'more public improvement two more' than Osceola) county (dry). paper. "There are too many men who Paid warrants in the sum of $2759.P5 day I ordered my cook to make a padding -

I i is co emt'd. being made today than was ever before j Figures are dangerous things to tackle expect an editor to slave in defense of were cancelled in open session. for dlnne,, stopping a minute to

!", attempted since the town was established in the hands of an amateur. And the their pet, notions- and hobbies advocate Bills were1 approved and warrants Is-I see If he followeflony Instructions for

;r court capita in Osceola their views, against thestrongest! I bad taught him tdsmake this" particular -
; ;: The 'government is pursuing the expenses per opposition sued as ..fo1lowsw : lie hR&.een me smell

wrong course in attempting to curb There are many new businesses be- county are likewise greater:; than in Duval and coolly withhold their business J Sean, aalary rapt I "', ('I0WC the pudding.eggs: before puttlng\tbem Into a

and has that's another fact. Bro. .Gazette.- support by which alone a country BUM. M BPI 411flEniln.MapI I
; the Socialists persecuting Fred Warren ing opened up, our population bowl. and he began by putting the Orstten
!: -00
,r editor of the Appeal the organ increased fully five hundred inthe past | Lake City Index. newspaper can live. Talk about & paper JftTmbIIn.MflP1 14 W to his nose. He seemea on the

'"----CJf that party.Brute force .has neveryet .si. months :i To be exact, the number of cages before having a public duty to perform and B C Miller com tmaurer' '.0. right road so I left the kite be infer a

won an argument. Our people are happy, prosperous the Bounty court of this county at an editor having to work for his princi- Vail,,. Uaactta. printing .. '> 0"> rainnte."s..-

and ,contented, and every" citizen has the term above mentioned was five. ple i i. cheap when others stand hack W J freUrht.OO expml 6 18 "Returning I discovered that be bh4

Mr. Thos. and extend luke-warm R )I committee 4 00 used ve'egga' Instead -of three, a* I
;, The Citrus County Chronicle is out in a pleasant smile and a word of cheerfor Appleyard] can now proceedto a neutrality.rFt. < >
4 (81
Mum Alven" Moon :
a lengthy editorial telling. its readers his'fellJow man. do some_ more.. figuring., J Pierce Tribune Mia M C B..n" 4 (IIU bad. taught him. Taking Instruction him to trsk he
I for
how to build good roads. The way we And the Kissimmee Board of Trade - M Tiller Insurance ..,hool Ko 1 <.- 00 not following my
The County Commissioners this week How and Whom to Build Roads. answered: 'Yes; three here (pointing
build them down in Osceola county is is largely responsible for this improved by 8 H Bullock 70
I to the bowl), two here (Indicating\
appopriatecl $1000 for the purpose of J H Wllbon Jr" 'I 10
we build them-not talk about how it condition. I ISame' is I .
__ whitefly extermination and the -., Road building becoming a science C L Handy com tax col ub district No 2 1 '04 where be had thrown the others
protection ..
could or should be done.It and instead of having work done under a 4 JO Same a* you.'
ld' of districts where there are no fly so .. .
Conservative Dailies. "
Gty i I the incompetent direction of county or 4 1 147 "It dawned on me that when I hafltaught
we may keep control of this pest in this Stanford Canon Gravea Co achoolaIosi2.9.5S had
sup blm to make the pudding
will make Miss
difference to the
no Some of our rural contemporaries town officials taUs are assumingthe ' .
This commendable I $80
county. is certainly a :
Anita Stewart of New Yotk that the I of with found the second< and third eggs that -
seem to be alarmed' at the heavy editorials thing and will do much toward keeping responsibility control. excellent Barmy Baaa labor school, No. 8 1 (01'> I bad broken to be bad and bad
courts,of Italy have declared her fiance, appearing in the great dailies of I results. In Massachusetts road Job. B.Ud.n painting achool N... 1H :M!J (HO
i our groves free from these pests. I thrown both away. lie bad simply,
Prince Miguel Bragalza a bankrupt.He under the of state Dan Barber" II 12 HO
| making supervision
- our state. We refer to the great ((1)) White fly, when they do ''get started -1 done what be bad seen me' do-after
K 0 Meak in.urance arhool No. 1. 1O
still hu his title, and that is what arguments of the Tampa Tribune and hard officials has become an art, and as a 'M .. .. smelling the second and third egg be
are awfully to get rid of, but it is Katz trees on school.No. 1 lOW I IHvliO
abe is marrying him for. the Old Bay State is crea .. .. .. "
.' the Jacksonville TimesUnion.The I not so hard with vigilance, to: keep' consequence OU bad thrown them away. -N.w York
noble tinga system of highways which has Stat. Bank of Klailmme loan S month 20110 00 fiun.
city brothers are much exercised *
) i
them out-of our groves. It is with.this .. .. ..
The Kissimmee valley Gazette; is one over the conditions prevailing I Iin in view''that the Commissioners have few equals anywhere. Incidentally as int war 71<0-810; 2>O 00 .

: of the best weekly papers that comes toThe the prohibition-cursed ((1)) states. In I a direct result of the construction. of The Board appointed Prof. DeWilton A Nabob.
made thill.
1 Sun office. Editor Harris is doing their opinion the present conditions in .appropriation.-Arcadia good roads, the value of country prop- Alderman principal of Whittier No. 13 "Rich as a nabob" 1* an expression

! ) _good work for his city and county and Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North I Ch mpion.- -- .. -- -- erty in Massachusetts has rapidly in- at It salary of $75 per month, $60 out of not Infrequently heard but why a "nabob" -
--- - -- --' -- should thus be associated with
( 'deserves fund and *15 out of sub-dint
the liberal his general
patronage enterprise creased. New York, New Jersey, Maryland -
Carolina and Tennessee than
i> are worse At a meeting of the board of dIrec- wealth and who he was precisely 1*
is receiving.Gainesville Daily when booze was king. Now he is an and Virginia have recognized the fund No.3.
Under thegreat
tors of the East Coast Fruit and Vegetable not so generally known.
Sun.. The trustees of sub-dists. Nos. 3 and
value of centralized scientific controlof
outlaw; but according to these wise association at West Palm Beachon : moguls the provinces of India
road construction, and the results 4 were requested to report 6n the haul-
brethren and their correspondents he are were administered by deputies known
With Japan wanting to fight China. the 4th a resolution was adopted requesting -' ing for ensuing term at next meeting.Mr. "
is more' evidence thanever. These the East justifying the methyl. "In practicallyevery by the designation of "nawab 'who
Turkeysending an ultimatum to Greece Coast Railway to reduce -
Tumblin that he had
excellent would have Florida case greatly increased value. commonly amassed much money and
and the Mk>r* and Spaniards already papers freight rates on fruit and vegeta. I call the attention of
been requested to lived In great splendor. The omce and
have, followed the improvement of the
.. I
.... believe that materially and'morally the
' "Oirthe job of 'each other it looks bles proportionate to rates given Cuban :
: states ruined. roads, and when the Washington-Rich- the Board to the fact that patrons de- the title continued under British rule
prohibition are '
as though the American farmer. will growers. .A committee was also appointed mond- is constructed-the-f-ann-i- .kited another school at Gap Creek. In the orient, but gradually the word

a chance to'get a respectable! price I- Well we arejnot.alarmed.!. The, system to arrange for a claims department highway wbo After considering: same Board took the became corrupted Into- "nabob" and
the route will be the
of regulation has been no 'regula whereby ,, ers alorg ones was applied to all native
for their foodstuffs\ claims' against railwayand matter under advisement for' future generally < "'
and the liquor traffic licensed will reap'the-principal b'nefit.Wuh- who bad rich. More, It
I' tion as express com an t-.will! be Vigorously -Tumblin also : grown latterly
action. Mr. that
t' and managed.has aroused the righteous I ' ington Post., .. reported was 'bestowed- often In a derisive .
It U fiushed. -
wonder ,. ,
J ,. no great .corporations ::7-- t he had'looked into Raulerson school
of i'orcesof .. "I""l' +* sense,-upon European who having '
indignation:, ., /the chloral:! ; ...< .. "
are permitted to rob when .J ' '
.people. -p "
found that there would be sufficient -
America The Model The Daughters of the Confederacy of State"University.-.- and: a, blade large fortune. in India returned'home ;
Liquor League'sefforts
those f in the nations.
governmen\of number of pupils to justify a spent
and their
. Lakt'land8Ve: decided to erect a monu money In a .lux
are making fortunes in at reform are too late. The :The appropriation' made by by the --
by gambling
ment in tht public park in that city to school for the prebent term. urlous and" ostentatious. way.-London
stocks. Edward, King of England has I liquor publications, if read will convince the memory of those who lost their legislature for the University was as Miss Wilder was appointed to the Scraps.

just made a million dollars out of Unit- any fair-minded person that the i follows:,__ -
lives fight'',. for the Confederacy. The position of instructor in music in the
ed States steel common. whole trade is fighting for its life. shaft & $40,000 for an Engineering Hall.\) Kissimrnee High School. Iceberg Deaigne.
will be
ten feet high surmounted
Prohibition never prohibits," they $40OOO for the Experiment Station All the architecture of the world 1 Ie
Mr. Barnes offered the Board
by a on which will be life-size Henry
cap a
write but in the same publications the represented In nature's Iceberg de
This striking business onthe of ; and Agricultural Hall.
part for the Kissimmee
two pianos High
of Confederate full
figure a soldier the
for is made to fight the signs. .Sometimes a little berg will
on- Science Hall.
workingmen Is contagious. cry money $40,000 for a General
becomriing School for $325 and Chairman Bass
height over all being twenty-eight feet. have the appearance of an Arab'swhit
The fever ha struck Stockholm Sweed- ward weep of prohibition., Funny If' $10,000 for the completion of the
instructed have examinedand
The monument will cost $1,750. and will was to same tent as It rides on a desert lookIng .
more liquor is used. in dry than in wet
en and thousand of laborers present buildings.
are on be placed in position about the first of If all right to purchase same. sea; another. its sharp! outline
strike; even the!farm laborers of that territory. $10,000 for the conduct of Farmers' softened In the .
Sears instructed
... the year. $up was to purchase : vaporous atmosphere,
-- country have voted to cease work as Unfortunately the dally papers with -.-- _ _' _-_ Institutes for two years. seats for Peghorn school. will appear like a domed mosque in

'e 1 Boon a* the rye ,is ready to harvest. very few exceptions, have ever been The Tampa Daily Times one of the $10,000 for the improvement of the There being, no further business the green marble. A cluster of Chinese pagodas

f:,., against all efforts! to destroy public moat persistent advocates of good campus an 'farm. Board adjourned. come drifting slowly down the

If laxIneM. ,I Ia a symptom of the hookWorm evils of long standing. The abolitionof roads in Florida will offer! a cup to the This does not include the appropriation W. C. Bass, Chmn current. .followed by a stately Gothic

disease, there is not a case of it the great Lousiana lottery was accomplished automobile owner in Tampa, who, in for current expenses. W.J.Seara.Supt.Openiiigof cathedral.- early style. Then comes a

,\ In Klssimmee. There Is BO much business without the help of the big open competition, makes the fastest The appropriation for the EngineeringHall coliseum war float and down beyond the current a huge,Its man-of-stem

being done here in the shape of papers time from Tampa to Jacksonville, all toll not become available until Osceola High School. submerged with foam grandly breakIng -

,'selling. Iaadt bused for truckingpurpose"that In' 1883 Florida passed a statute-- machines to start the same hour of a next year, but the other improvementswill over it, the stern sevcnty-flve feet

". "our clUien* haven't time quiring majority petition for the! application given day. Tomorrow' (Saturday's) be made as rapidly. the workman The Osceola High School will open for aloft.

to contract any disease, especially; for liquor license. Those who Times will contain full particulars of be done "the work of completing the the fall term in the new school building

" book wortn. read* the papers will recall the atandof the proposed contest present buildings having been already on Monday, Sept 18th. Then and New.

er1me.UpJon-; fought the law nearly done Through the failure of the origin The difference between the relation

t,1TH; i ioiiers of Volusia county- editorially and gave large space to A. Again ha it been demonstrated that Within two years, at the latest, all contractors to finish their work, the of parent to their children now and In

r", n a very dangerou step in S. :Mann and a liquor wholesaler in favor the best friend .man ever had is his work contemplated in the appropriation completion the'' building ha been the by the day story before of n the* i*old well Illustrated
t ,granting special privileges to parties of its repeal. However, it wa not faithful follower of the canine speciea will have been completed and the University I long delayed, but sine .Contractor Ellis was talking to a young lady general whom h*

to plant oysters. Texas: tried the e:*. repealed until '09, after the Local Option pet dog guarded the corpse of its of Florida will be_ a source (of took; hold some weeks ago'very satIsfactory bad taken In to upper. Before themon .

f--, ;;perlment some year ago, and it proved Article XIX had been adopted. dead mistress in Brunswick, Ga., for pride,to every Floridian. It is already progress has been made, and a plate was a chicken. "After an.

i//' \most disastrous, but the law was soon When the Constitution was pending three day, 'and howled continuously to tUe equal of any state university ha Unless some unforeseen hindrance occurs general! said the :young lady "there M

ft repealed. Certainly the waters and the in '86,thIs article wa either opposed attract the attention of passersby, evidently point of curriculum, and young men can "bet ween now and the time for Is nothing: in the world like the liver .

i,' .things they produce are the common her- or ignored by the city papers. Yet it thinking they might be of ser obtain an education there as good aa opening the building will be fully equipped 'King of"a chicken."

<\ .itag* 'of all mankind. won by a larger majority than the other vice. is to be had in any Southern State and ready !for use. "Well. be replied 'Mo :you know I

; .., part of the new constitution.In S Prof. C. K. McQuarrie of DeFnniak The building and equipment will have never tasted one for when I wan .'

Mr.R.M._ ROM, who.Is pne of _the 1904, when a movement for the repeal It U said that CoL Toomer-GWaek- has..t>een. ejected superintendent of thFarmers' e I cost, when completed, about $25,000 children young my: Coagregatkmallst.parent ate It, and now nay. --.

-trmo.t astute business men in the south; of'lhVlaw favoring the* Honduras sonville templates measuring swords Institutes, to work in connection and will be one of the,rnoeTcommodfous

-i&Dd-who". -made a fortune selling lottery (the Louisiana 'under a new with Frank Clark for Congressional honor with' Director Rolfs.-Gainesville high echool-buildings m'the State. I Straightening the Baok. -

( whisky in Atlanta aufc Jacksonville, name) was being pushed by J. C. Porter *. Co!. Toomer is a good and able Sun. '" I The old St. Cloud plantation founded It hi the custom In certain part of

, .:...disrloeed, of his Jacksonville establish- and others in the interiorvthe politicians man, reputed to possess a comfortable : Scotland among the woman laborer
Rose State Chemist irtobe
:, ment'last week and will retire perma- and big papers (except one) were fortune, a portion of which he is willing Grateful Editor. j by Cap' la the Held\ whe their backs begin to
small tracts and colonized
* I nently from that line" of trade. Mr. opposing and ridiculing the matter. to part with for the honor of going to We wish to thank the city authorities I cut' up ache from bending low while working-

''Roee coold have truthfully\ said that it However it was repealed and the old Congress.Gainesville Sun. quarantining me and my family: by Federal soldiers, 'mostly. This is with short handled hoe, to lie down

,.w**'the law passed by legislature that house built at Port Tampa stands yetas for two weeks recently because one of!i one of the most attractive spots in their face upon the ground and allow

was permanently retiring him from the a mournful monument to the folly of Now that a Chinaman ha killed a, the children had smallpox. ',During that Florida and was once a profitable; sugar other to step upon the lower part of

sale of' whislcy.TtlanotpubUd. opposing a righteous cause that i ia sure woman in Germany in about the same time my wife caught up with- the sewIng I 1 plantation. A State Tuberculosis Sanitarium This theIr back with one foot several time
I will bo located atNarcoossee. operation hi. known: a
" to win some time. These sanie great manner* the one in New York did undisturbed by callers. :We had .- enlng the bact.-cb1cap New"straight-

- taxes that ma!* you papyri, including the Tribune and the Elsie. Sigel, this country will await with three square meal a day and Orlando Sentinel. ,

."' sroan. I*| .to th* private taxes that the 'thnea-: nion, used al) their] mighty influence some anxiety to... what steps that came in and my wife was not permittedto s. The three commercial bodies of Tamja.Board A Charitable World.

jj; \great corporations sna. combine levy to preveq 'ttie last 'legislaturefrom country will take relative to barringthe go out. We enjoyed two week of of Trade,. Chamber of Commerce "Tour money must be a burden to

"S\Ml everything :you ea'tj drink wear or submitting the prohibition'amend :yellow boys landing there in the good, long night' sleep and best of all, i and\: Publicity Club-have ap. you at time"

'. TiBee.: The rich of this country draw ten ment. Yet it won before both houses 'future. a cousin with four children arrived to..|' pointed"-committees to devise plan. for "Ye ," answered Mr. Drutln Btax.:

'.. dollar out of yon for every" dollar, you by a big majority.: visit with us, saw the sign on the door,I their consolidation under one head. "but you'd be surprised to see bow

%\ :pay 1ft public taxes. You pay Standard It is too early to commence the campaign Those nine policemen in Pensacola and left town so scared that she many I flnd who are willing to bear

" Oil $60,000,000 a year and you pay the for,next year. The great paper are not the only municipal peace officers will never come back again. I wish to Don't waitvtofj prepare, ,'this' land for other people's burden*."...'.VVashln.rton" . .

:,I 'bank $isd 00,000( ) a year and a lot of 'that are getting so hot must be a little in Florida who have not the thank the city authorities and hope they: I your fall garden until! It is too late. Star. -

'lesser lice that,are eating you up rapid- uneasy. brain of a chicken or the intelligenceof will think of our comfort some tJ eaaraln. Start in now and get ready. ,for an early Do the truth know
yon and stan
&: Iy.;Exchang:*. s I I: There Is no cause for alarm. ,Knox- a jackaa .-Kincaid I (Kan.) Dispatch. crop. : learn the truth :you need to yon bow_
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Kisslm mccVapcu) Gaieu i ...Dress ginghams',Hhsr_Mnd/10eta.,, . Aboutlw people\went 'out from Kis "M .: F WT Stalker the Valley" Ga.ette .

.;; I at Dann's. simmee to attend the picnic at St.,Cloud, force took in the excursion to S. U. BULLOCK:
Methodist t.j
:.-_ -TELEPHONE NO. 11." jPUBLISHED 'Checii.d; apron gingham at Stanford resterday J.ekixtrloIIeMon1ay( .. ..? ,,

!,; Go's for 60 per yard. Mr. Henry Moon of Atlanta Is spend- Mr. O. d: McLean the Davenprtmaval I era) ,
. ,s: BY.. : Buy your dress ginghams at A..S.Gilberts. ing "-feW'days )in- -the .city- on'a:Visit tohis 'tAre' operator, spent :yesterday'in. l "'NOTICES"' Aflb I'FoliJtit'! f.l f.- ... T-
parents the: city transacting busineh.ti>rAllison ; ,
All KXS a yard.'
w. S. .AAAI&. : ,'- ? ;' = :
... ......,......,..-r A new line of belt pins at 25e.'SOc, Mr.' W. H. Wood, of Princeton, ILL, ; Witheri'n&jjnreturned to Kisimmee l Attention, parents I Bring. yourchild- *Tf

\\ 'r -.ra.rWeather. iDe, 91.00 and $L25 at Katz'i. i arrived' Wednesday afternoon'to" take last Sunday... fcer
( up his residence at St. Cloud visit to relatives he -Apopka, -Cor' coffie with"themthen, ,arrang to ..en(! ... ., .. Tines", a ,
Report Age'1cy'ol tlwMto Starr Xaundrjf :Miss'Willie Dean of Orlando spent a In South Florida SentinelAgency 'them' and let them'stayfor the preachIng ; .
." at the,Home Store, Phone i&4.w. . -' ',"'. i '. ;
I few days in .the city this week the for the Singer' and Wheelerand .ervlce. ,
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Following'are the dotty.temperatures I See those lawn shirt waist prdea cut guest of the Misses McCalHster! Wilson sewing machln ." "at the Correspondence. Solicited

and precipitation.; in H. C, Stanford Co's., "" 1 George Saunders,'acid; hia brother-in- I6me ,Store. Machines for rent- by ,, 'The fruit of the Spirit is love, Joy! ;;II ,. .. '

,r : reported by- the Government :1 Pictures'framed at the"'Horpe] 'Store" law; Mr.' Flsher;.of Providence, R. '1., the week. ...Purchases on eas$' installments peace, ,faith long,suffering meekness gedtieness'goodneae temperance,!-',<

.station at Kissimmee the'wee Call of.$3 per month. Next door to
and select your mouldings arrived in the city Wednesday, night to Galations, 6, 2223. The prayer"'meeting -:'
ending August 12, 1900.! '_ the new postofflce phone 154. "
For perfect fitting eyeglasses' and .spend. some time : ''f' will study this series .to the t fiex'tfew !

. MAX. VIM. BAIN spectacles, see Dr. P. G. White. A carload of irrigation tiling' has .arrived Johny Cobb son of Mr. B. f'.. Cobb, weeks, taking |ove"'' next rweel: : Z.. ; BASS I'

Friday. .'t. . '91 72 .68 Nice line of dress ginghams at lOc a for Mr. W, S,. Nelson' ,. which he was_blt n.b1'.a> water moccasin near Scripture lessson.. lilt Cor.. 13. -........---"-_" .. '
his home down thejake .: last '
Saturday. . . 90 72 .dS will) use in tiling the.2-a re garden he one :: 'flI
yard. A. S. Gilbert. purchased from S; -H. Cull. weekT The wound wad saturated with The :W. H.!'M. 8 will meet at the ,
Sunday ._. . . 85 72 .49 recently {\ -
kerosene'-011 and'th 'sU'lfered Wednesday at S$0 >; CONTRACTOR '
Pantronize the Graystone laundry. young man parsonage text and
Monday... . . 86 70 .08 The City Council will 'meet in ad- '
We guarantee satisfactory w'ork. very little pain or discomfort m. TJWsociety will be pleased to have .. I 4
90 .10 "
Tuesday. 73 lourned session next Tuesday night, at : 1I.
Wednesday. . 94. 74 . Horace Woodall will be pleased to which time the question of calling aft Through the courtesy of .Dr. Winn, "any ladies who will,members attend, elt.her.with'vis BUILDER:'

" Thursday . . 92 '72 ..67VVW figure with you on your family wash. election for the purpose of bonding the who offered him a seat in his eutorno a view to becoming' or as .

See him at the Graystone launcl'f.We town for waterworks will be consider-*,bile; the editor of the Valleys ette itors. -' r ---.-
' was enabled to spend a few !ours at'the I. j '
.- ---.---'-.--'- - have just received large consignments ed. Let the friends at'Sbln&le Creek re- :
picnic at St. Cloud yeeterd The run- Ela.ns and: Estimates Furnlshed
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""W" VX'V\'VWWWWVV> of the there next- Friday"
-- -glass -crockery ware Mr. C. A. Cummins, of Tampa,-spent ning time was about"forty minutes each i member services .

and have the right prices. The .Home a few days in the city this week looking and most delightful ,night and all who can do so are ipvfted i on appllcafitfti.O '
way, proved spin. ,
j: THE LOCAL HELD. I Store. around at our trucking lands, and we to be present. : ,
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Mr. H. C. Stanford( was called to -:-- -
, "Mrs. Mollie and her learn that he was so favorably Impressed
Perry Summer, Ga., last Saturday by a telegram The Philatheas entertained the Bar-
that he decided .to make some purchases Only Union Carpenters
Miss Kathleen Peacock, of Lake City, .. :
announcing the serlons illnesb of seas with a social i jest evening.
>%*%* M are visiting the family of Mr. 3, F. here. his Employed. _1<'
brother. After few -
spending' ,
Wade, the tuner, Orlando..! O'Berry. If you have anything to sell or exchange days at Summer he expects to go on .tol j 1. Miss Reynolds, of,'Orlando- is. visiting -0Correspondence:- _. _

Shirting 6 cents at Danh's.; Is your piano hungry for harmony ,. or if you Want to buy some Baltimore and New York: to' purchase 1{i Mrs E.:: L. Lesley.: ,

: Next week >Wade will l be here and will .thing, an advertisement In this paper his fall and winter stock of dry goods, I Solicited.
Dwellings. ,.for rent, apply to M. 1 il- ; serve it sweet concord a plenty. At the will probably put you in communication shoes, etc; l| Lew Seaman is getting the ground .
ler. .. I Grayjptone. with-just the party you are lookingfor. Miss Helen Perden celebrated her I ready for a large crop of cabbage on PHONE T3-

See ad 1n it.Supervisor. : Steer Beach this season.
The Stetson Law school. Try '
Just received direct from factory in eleventh birthday Monday.aferjnoon by I'

this issue. Philadelphia, an unusually attractiveline J. G. Hamilton, of the A. having a number her friends present. I! Thirteen application; for membership

Best apron checks- colors, 7 cents of "mid-summer Stetson hats for C. L., went up to Jacksonville Satur- Miss Mary Hyde was,. awarded the I'were acted upon by the. local camp of

at Dann's. men at Kate's. __.. .. day night to meet his family who have prize for pinning her name nearest the Woodmen of the World at its I last meet- W. C. BASS

Lewis Jones has .. carload been spending a few weeks in North center of the heart. Mrs. Perden was I D- ._ ,; .. ,.
Work equal to the best at the Gray-: purchased 'l'
stone laundry. of irrigation tiling which he will putdown Carolina. He returned with them assisted by Misses Vivian' and Mildred Orange trees in this section have j Wholesate and Retail

in his garden located in the eastern Sunday evening.The Lee (In serving refreshments and enter- made splendid growth during the summer -' Dealer in ':
Great bargain in wash skirts at H. j! the folks. '
part of the city. Atlantic HotelCoronado, Fla., taining young and the prospects for a large,:
C. Stanford Co's.
'I Mrs. G. W. Sullivan and baby re- under new management, modern 'Im- Mrs. C. A. Bogus and baby came up crop of fruit were never more flatter i Porkand':
Attend the Electric Theatre tomorrow ing. Fresh Beef :
turned to'their home at Eau Gallic this provements, ,newly furnished, water, from Plant City last Saturday to join :

(Saturday) evening. week after a visit to relatives in _Kis gas, etc. Special rate for the summerof her husband, the popular new express Misses Mabel and Elizabeth Parker ,

'Send for Bulletin, Stetson Normal- immee and vicinity. $7.00 per week.T. agent at this place. Mrs. Bogue was, and Mr. Albert Parker, who have beenon Mutton

School DeLand Fla. B. DEMAREE, Prop. accompanied by her sister, Miss Viola ; an extended. visit to their sister,
Rev. A. M. Chisolrn will preach at
Hayes who will spend awhile visiting Mrs. George M. Dunne, at Sumtef, S.,
Buy your shoes at Dann's. Tb onlyexclusive the- Christian church next Sunday. For the convenience of workmen at T
her. They have moved into the Presbyterian C. home this PHONE 44:
are expected evening. .
shoe store in town.Dress !. Subjects: morning;, "The Oracles;" St. Cloud and others. trains are run t
evening, "Simon Peter. over the Sugar Belt to Narcoosmee and manse, was recently Mr. J.W. Cole, the Ft. Gardn rturpen-
the old
6 at
gingham to 12ic vacated by Mr. S. H. Cull.
reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. The two Christian Endeavor societies returning every Monday morning, leaving tine man, is spending today in the city. Bargains;
Kiisimmee at 615. This train car 'Mr. Frederick Mackintosh, one of our He feels very much encouraged over the
of the
city were hwspitably
The best tuner; ries passengers only. highest esteemed as well: as oldest in-, recent advance in the price of naval
the home of Mr. and Mr : A. W.
The best-known tuner; habitants celebrated his seventy-sev stores, as well as over the fact that the '
Winn last Wednesday evening. Wanted-A lot in the new town of .
In all kinds of Estate.
Wade, the tuner. enth
birthday and for
on yesterday, appeared prospects river transportation are ,I
St. Cloud either
on Pennsylvania or
---- Fire- 'andArmour's --
Mrs. Mine hat, H. W. Thuronan of the the streets emblemof some and 'Life Insurance
for time
Mrs. Clay JohpllOp and :G. G. New York ave., between 11th and 12th upon wearing an good to come. .
Steffee and baby visited Orlando TUBS- Graystone left last week to look after his native land, Scotland, in the I -. .---,- Fertilizer Rent-
streets. Any who have such lots for
day. business Interests in Philadelphia, New shape of a Highlander's cap. He was For Sale at a B rraln. ing and Collecting Rents a '
sale call an John J. Johnston at Makinson' .
York and other eastern Cities. the recipient of numerous congratulations One 7 7 room resilience, Patrick's Ad Specialty. Taxes paid for
We will have a store full of bargains store, Kissimmee. It. Non-residents. -
WANTED-Agents, ladies preferred, from .our citizens and from his dltlon.
when H. C. Stanford returns from New
to sell the best seller in Florida, good Six pairs of Viking hosiery guaran- general appearance he will live to see One 7-room residence Bats Addi MEEK '
York. R. O. 'f
commission, references required. Address teed to wear for six months without many more twelfths of August. tlon. ..

Come out to the Electric Theatre tomorrow -' Kissimme Fine Arts Co., Kissim- hole in heel or toe, for $1.00. Written ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE., -Situated Onel6-room residence, lathews' Add Kissimmee. Fla.

evening and spend a pleasant I mee, Fla. guarantee:with each 1-2 dozen pairs. about three miles from Kissimmee, dition. /

hour. Mate N. H. Bratton of the U. S: All sizes for men, women and children on railroad, less than one-quarter mile One bearing orange !grove &bout 275 .

Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran dredge Kissimmee came up on the at.' the Cash Store. May28tf from station and within 100 yards of trees. /

-teed. Price 25 cerits. Sold by ail steamer Lillie last Saturday to spend a Nine acre orange grove of 656 trees church and school house; thickly settled These can be' bad cheap on reasonable W/LjpOZOB D

druggists U117-8 ten days' vacation-with his family.A 450 bearing, 106 juit beginning to bear, community. Grove contains 12 terms i.

T The Home Store now carries the McKinley manufacturer's sample line of 4 miles of Kissimmee, 1-4 mile of rail- acres, about 50 large, bearing orange ,WATERS & CARSON Gad Co. '

edition of sheet music, lOcts. ladies' hdkfs. in hemstitched and scal- road station, Not'< less than 700 boxes trees and over 400 grapefruit trees Should Get Busy. .

per copy. loped edged all 25c. None worth less this year. Cheap at $2750.L. just coming; into bearing;also nearly 400 REAL ESTATE
peach trees. Will sell at a bargian. The Board of Trade has Instructedits -
and many more than price. Katz . A. MINX & Co. .
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" Mrs. L. A. Brumley! of Sanford, is For particulars address box 283, Kissimmee finance committee to raise $500, for .

""f't the guest of. Mr. and Mrs., T. E. Sneer 1000 acres' of the' best truck land in Mr. and Mrs. C. A., Carson returned Fla., advertising purposes, and they should > .

fei* few ' : ;, > ' the county. Well drained. Will home from Hot Springs,' Ark.,' last .. '
T-a days. 'I'i' ; f grow and get busy at once,', The advertising already -
'* .,\.,..,"' ; ' Mr. Mrs. .L. H. Cohoon of Hill- "KISSIMMEE, FFORIDA1
.o' ,
,iife JMWillson'Jrf Teft nightfor anything you may plant on it A bargain Sunday, where ?In. ? Carson,:and her:. '...' done has been of immense benefitto
Sunday .
" '.' lardli' -!aland; near Kissimme, passed '
I L. A; MIMX & Co father, Hon.' J. M. Bryan_ of' Dania, this wn' and and shouldno
New York, and will be absent till Orlando / county,
through Saturdayreturning
went several weeks to the ,ea.aueae-- -'ek4k
:.about Sept. 1st. i Kills fleas, cures the worst case of ago try from their summer ting in Tennessee -be allowed to lag for lack of funds. r : :
Bicaises heakh-giving! waters.qf that famous re
mange. Mange Cure Not M. TILLER ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiller were among sort. Iowa, Wisconsin ancTOtebraska. They Piano Tuning.
the excursionists who visited Jackson poisonous. Full line of Blcoa rises Don seem in excellent health and report a .

ville last Monday. Remedies for sale by Osceola Pharm- Rev. W. A. Myres went down to most happy time visiting the home placesof Next week Wade.will stopoff at Kis ij I Real Estate Agency =
Lakeland\ and in the
acy. 2t. Saturday preached their childhood and youth. They say simmee for a day or two, and will be aeewee........ ep..Y. ..eea.
Buy a Gem Safety Razor. Handle Picnic parties can be supplied with Methodist church in that city Sunday that for the*greater part they found pleased to attend'to any orders sent in ,
and 7 blades for $1.00 Guaranteed by From Lakeland he went to West Flor- Realty bought and sold.
sll requisites at the Home Store. Cakes, good crops, prosperity and happy people. for tuning. At the Graystone.. .
Osceola Pharmacy. ida, where he has engagements for the I Houses rented, '
confections, lunch goods nspkm, Still they are glad to get back' to their .
next several weeks holding revival Taxes paid and Titles, verified I".
ser- I ,
icecream dishes in dishes Florida bomt'-Orlando Reporter-Star. Plants for Sale.Eggplants #
Chairman T. W. Ellis, of the City paper, or vices. v NW j for non-resident, '

-- Council, made a business trip to Jack- crockery... tomatoes Fire 'Life .In-' ; .
Owing to the absence of President and now ready ; and Accident
F, Ashe was a visitor in the city
sonville this week.
Dr. J. C. Davis, optician, ,is still at ,
Hendry, the Health Board meeting did for setting. Lettuce and celery plantsa surance. _
Saturday. Mr. Ashe is of-
Now is the' time to prepare your the Park Hote't testing, eyes and fitting Ashe Disinfectant Co. managerthe of not take place this week in IClssimmee, little later. Large or small quanti If Indemnity Bonds.4For P. "
truck gardens for the fall planting. glasses. Headache cured with glasses. manufacturers of the celebrated, roach as was' expected. It will probably ties. Aug. 6-41 '+. B. WOOPALL. An.w____.. --__ JI< ; '

Don't delay till too late.1 Don't neglect your children's eyes. cur next week. The last patient left .-- .. t ..
ratsault and chlorides. We tall __ .
paper Eye For Business.White ., h, ,
trvated .
Eyes ?re* the sanitarium and the
August2nd, "
)' Mr. and Mrs. W. B., Makinson and the attention of our readers to his ad. -Why"'are ;you so anxious to

- daughter, Miss. Virginia, spent a day ors Lost-A bronze: medal given i>y the in this issue. chief health officer ordered that none_ lend that friend a dollar whenever he Screens ''J@r) rAn
State of New Jersey to T. Malcolm be received until necessary repairs are p ;,
so in Tampa this week. Mr. asks it? He only spends his money la t. ; :
and Mrs. M. Kate will leave Sun !
made. It be some weeks, or even .
'* Murphy; Finder will .be suitably r. may ddakJL.and: cigars. Black-Oh> be aJ- ;'
: :Sears:left lilionday; night day for their annual visit to relativesin months, before patients can be .
Ifrs.j.M, Fv if returned to owner T. Mol any way pays it back. White-Bnt there Window Frames .1
\t to spend the! remainder of the summer ward' July 23 tf. Baltimore, and will be absent abouta properly cared for. The public will be moat be some other reason for :your ' u _

, with-relatives in Georgia. I month. While away Mr. Katz will duly advised through the state press of reaily generosity.. ,,_ Black: ..WaUthere: .
.: Mr. W, J.; LaRue! of.WichltaTKas.' visit New,York, Philadelphia and other the opening of the sanitarium. ... Be always spends half the money ,Furniture Repairing ,and''vAny-t:: .
Go to H'C.I. Stanford ;.Go's; department arrived last week ,aDd, is having thestoreroom eastern markets and purchase his fall on me.-Jodge. thing in the Qarpenter -Qabinet, '

" stor*. They are 'the' originatorsof recently: vacated 'by the stock of dry good. Mr. A. Y. Neff of Everton Ind., J" Line % ," ,

low prices in Kissimme poetoffice made ready for opening up a ,arrived' In the city last week to look Net Guilty. '

': Miss Kate O'Berry and her first-class restaurant. Mr., M., Katz; ,tile enterprising dry after his allotment in the St. Cloud "Young man,- said tbe Dertcos tiersea. . 1 l"

brother'l' goods merchant, Tau installed a handsome Colony. He was accompanied by his "don'trOll; resJU that U* love,ofIDODQ' BARNS' C RPENTER.SHOP
returned home last week .
Mr. B. Dicksrson of Ga.
cabinet in his store for displaying to the root of all.evlirWen.
.trait to relatives at Lake,City. preparing fact a buildingat St. his stock -of clothing. The frontof 'who son, Chas.. Neff. .of the went same place down, ," answered tile spendthrift. Opposite'Freight'DepotR.LStarljng: .
an attorney They
Mr. F. C. Bryan and"family" returnd Cloud for that j> accommodation of his ar- the cabinet Is plate glass and mirrors, ,for" '"700 don't see me hanging on to money
tificW', plant which,he will to TampaTussday a' short t- Y.but'wiU as if I loved It, do JOWr' :
- horn Tuesday from an extended visIt _- move and lends puite a citified. air to his Kissimraeo befON''InJ
' to their old home in'Ceor&'fC' from Fitzgerald that place.1 place of business. return fly ; ; :
back home. 'These''gentlemen
{ are flaunt'ThIll'; ".
** =! I Mr. J. H. has -' ----- -J '
Pone your- orders for bread and Outlaw purchased the For Rent-1 am offering' my house pleased'wlth what they haveen In -Dont court trouble.

_ cakes to the. Home Store! and have them I Charley Wilson place about two miler,i for rent, furnished, from Oct. let'to this section and wilLprobably P archasQan'orang "No court.a girl aDd Ute rcfc_win, .. ;

delivered regularly. ,Phone 164. west of town and moved his family from I May lit, and in the meantime have :grove before 'returning to take car,of Itseli"-Boston Herald. -

ForRent-Five room cottage, furnished -'I He Lakeland expects to to that place in some farming.days ago. two or three furnished rooms which I Indiana, and come back later to spendthe Never mind who was your; grand TIER .

complete, close in. Apply to i engage will rent to responsible parties. For winter. father. Who are rout-Proverb.TheBESTORANGEBOXCS. .

-, ."W. G. Hankins at Kissimmee Drug Co. I Misses Lizzie and Annie Carson returned -' particulars call on or write Mrs. Helen -,' "

home Monday from Wekiva ; Perdew. July 23-tf. All Kinds Sheet Metal
For Sale A Rent-Dwellings-Central .
Springs where they were guests of the !
location. See before Spring Fleming requests us to an- :
me buying.
:I Misses Eldredge, of Apopka, at a -and,Repair Work
Geo. F. Parker. nounce to his patrons that he will be
', pleasant house party for several days. absent about three weeks visiting his Are made with the Billing

- -__Stove wood delivered in town at 1.00'I Mr. Gus Hart, surveyor, of Orlando father at Lake City. He lesves a man H I I( t ,
strand.. ley Dovetailed Heads., '
was here this week running the levels in charge of his dyeing and cleaning ,.#

'. 16-tf KISSIMMEB LUMBER Co. ,!I between this city and the new town of business, however, who will look after Xil I ; \ Any leading manufacturer can TIN ROOFS and PLUMBING

Lost-A Chinese walking stick with I Taft i I. Prosper Colony to ascertain the the wants of the public, in that line. furnish thero. Jif your! ; dealer r

end between !' of that above I I., '
j .loaded Kissimmee and St. elevation place sea level. cannot write"f /
Mr. %
C. C. Brown left for-a visit to Bboply pu, "

( ed Cloud.If left this office.Finder'will be reward-I[!I l Orange grove with 215 large;:bearing his family in Mentone. Ala., yesterday, \ ,' I All Work 'Guaranteed 1 If '

trees; present crop not l.*a than 1000 and will be absent about thirty days. BOX ,
* Mr. S. H. Cull, manager of the St. i I I boxes, witH'2 Story house, 8 rooms; While away Mr. Brown will visit several OCALA ., '

Cloud Mercantile Co and the pioneer i i:: within 3 mile' of Kissimme and on' western states and endeavor to explain Z. C. CHAMBUCSS!: President. \ .

" merchant of that place, reports a thriving -. railroad. At a%bargain. : the advantages this section offersto OCALA 'FLOR DA.- Shop Opposite Valley Gazette \ ;

: trade. See adv.: hl this lssue.Ci L. A. MINX. those contemplating coming south Y Office ,.-'-, ; -y:,.'

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... Three huntlrejf and.iwepty acres "

Connie Mack,For, Collegians. good'land, In Grdl 1t .county. Kansas' .Clearance Sale '. ....; ,; '<, ;'>, -v- .7 ,, *-if'

Vlt was Dare FUltz, a graduate of f
Brown university got me. started .! !fenced'iritflrtwci'a'crei:- +v cu I Hiiyartioji: ;; and 140acres' !. ', --. y'rs M ,j.. T .s, ... --- "-. --.-.- .,.'I,..;,...,:..,,ata'.1t"; ,' I .'.L" ,"."/'..oo"I- e' , j .
f'uturel.oj exc4lIentgrua \\"i': ( "
going _to the colleges/ ; for pitchers," watee pumped to lank in wt'M., -f '" . 'It'I:'':;",>I..,<,''tM,i"':i'i."! ;V'I'" .t. t'1.,, . iii.,-

Connie, ea Mack,.., the"Dave manager was one of tlie of Athletics ,.the pasture by windmill.from an Aida excellent food well.pumped well house One L Ladles' MtILito'Shirt'' Waists, regular price $I.[;O, reduced' to( ;7j.;)c6ncLoCLadics'IVash .., ,. '. . ,. : \ .J./:

greatest 1002, Ibe outfielders first year that that ever the lived Athletic lu. with'water (lowing through tank 'inlwhich -I ." .\- !" Skirts, regular price $ .ti.I'e() uce..11o. )$$l.o..j; ) : .". ., ..... 11.' " ," .r ,:
SakJ-pt, milkand butter in '
summer ..
woo the flag tits work was murv JOQII. i "

Not even. Jimmy Forgarty, ,whose. piped; srilfriiJid to the pens hog; chicken house house with ',water large "r ;All Special rriccM I "!''''Strictly:; Cash. Jf yon\ ]have nclmrKW Aet'imnf' ,i'itll'u( i : :

memory, ever Is did still better 1 revered playing."Fultscpinged in Philadelphia ! barn, grain bin corn shed c.rib. cow stables. I I '. ' ail > request any of the !advertised( goods clinrgeilregular prices:. "' 1I11 prevail.THOSE i . . .

and wagon
; Inside! ball Ills) arms ,
In' jpH J condition WK) 1l Uvar>D$ fruit : '* ----- "
mere factors Iq the
.tame. His brain dominated his wok trees :and a splendid/ farm. Fine improved t. ( H. C. CO. .

He Impressed' me HO that I have since farms surrounding .this place : 11:1..: tanfQEQ
' looked to the colleges for'players nod r>n .
hare seven of them on this. team- Tin farm sold I for $ ,(tHO, lust year and j jis ,

Bender of Carlisle Plank of Gettysburg held! at $SJjOT! by the ->rr'lt't'lt'owner.' j '.
Coombe of Colby! Krauns of St. whIr desires to exchange for lapds in I II '. . '.
Mary's,* Barry of Holy Cross Eddie -". .. .. . .. .. .
I the Houth-ni will accept or pay uiffer- 7 J -\. - -- -. 'h -- -- -

Collins****," of Columbia' and-Davis' of Gl- l, cnce Hooordmg to merits of the deal. I Weak -Weary WomenLearn ''J 'mnwmmnmwwmwwwwmnmmmmmmmmmM' ' ' ' ' , " .

i I Kansas is a very rich state and this i is ,
The .
.Llghtbody May N.v.r Race Again. ii good; farm rented fur one-third the. GraystoneKI88IKTMEF. '

James LlghUwxly, fnuions as a'col- cro": Write what you have to otfer. the Cause of Dally Woes. .

, -lege athlete and who recently began, a I A. S. NELSON. Agt., and End Them. FLA. .11 PIANO FREE rl
Journalistic course In Berlin: Is sut er- I .
Ing from a dislocated luieo. Ills con- I 1 i I . Wichita, Kansas. When, the"back aches and throbs t In Lake Tohopekalipa. ,
When housework is tortureWhen ,
Hunting. Fishing, ,
i i i AUK. G-3t-::!\ Shooting
raw night brings no rest nor sleep. Ilathinir, Golf Tennis. Iloque 3
I .
\\ Ire-II urinary dlllwderl set inWoman's OVicket. Clock Cnlf,_f3ateball)l, == '
. 1 for Kale this office. 20c "
Old plip..r. at lot Is a weary one. Trap Shooting: _. == -
I ta'hundred. Tt ere Is a way to escapethese woes. Terms i.ji $l.50-per: :;
\ I : to day. Tickets Piano with
.. Uoari's Kidney 1'ills'wl'l si on
--' - cure such $)15 tn *-l oar week ,
ills. -
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r.1i..1LNisINS l I Have cured women here in \is"immee a- == 3 -"..
I I To Our Friends: -
This 14uneKksinuneeuonian's i teM Pome and ttv' a meal 1 at the ii each 25 cent Purchaser 3
- notch) Sink! Ip meals 5I<>Ie; ::!'l :
Inrny.Jlrs. :::
I\ P. G \\ hite, Church St.. Kitbiiuinee. )I meal ,ticket if<10. Kooius $1' per == : 3p.
day :::::
s Surveyingand Kla., says: "I 1 suffered from, i iliuckuche I -
and imin,m uiy ki | < ... 3s
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The kidney secretions were also annoy-1 I Ilooin-4 in The Ii.n' annex for :::::
DraftingKISS1MMEE. inn un account of their frequency in ,,! ,rent for .',Ol' ,l>fIIl 7.;>c. per' niirht.Special = =sS
4s' Cf Y (>lIssa 't!. Doan'n Kidney l'illsprocur-i r .I rates. by tin" weed: or j..!= :3:::
R ell l hum the KI"ilDI'u' Co. month.; 1 ==
-- brought me prompt relief and) though I
that was over two I have
years ago
had no need of a kidney remedy siore.I I -H. W. THU12MAr il'C.W. Dan'sSeasonable J.

1 IMtjt;' I : : FLA.; Ioau's have Kidney f".rt'"on' HilU "to. recommend. I 'PROPMIETOK.BLISS'. ; ; .

For sale by all tJ.>ai. s. Price iO I I r
Fuster-Milbiirn (' Itnllalo : ::::::
I cents. ; 0. -
II I W. S. HARWELL New States York sole. uireiits for the United I i ?zUnU!! UUHU1U1U1UUUUUUUUJUUU1UtU1U1U1UUHUUUUI !! !

I Ueijieml! r the natue-I Ina.n') $-and
REAL ESTATENotary lake no otllt" ..

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Olllce/ 11"1'.1. Ilotierson's PharuiscvKiSSlMvilE Far Sale at a. Bargain. FORSPRING ::::::

FLA. One 7 room residence"l Patrick's, A>1-

I (.lit ion. ILLS ;
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t One ,-, o-m, resident'Bass Addi! E

DiarrheaQuickly tion. I Springtime is si ktime. I :: .
!. dilion.00(>I6'I'oum. residence VfiiUiewi' Ad Purify the blood-cleanse --* .:**%............. ..... ----
the -
sy.tem-by the simple

.. \ One bearing. orange grove about 275 and effective roots, herbs
Cared j jI' trees. and barks contained in I
Goods"i i
These can be had cheap- ,un reakon-
I i able terms.


.ditlon Is 'so serious that It Is feared r-:-: :::: .....................,;........ :-:::::
that be never will be able to competeIn rr ) .
Cholera'and :::::
race again.Ugbtbody cost is but a half-a- == '
I WaldronContracting
Chas. A. AT
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won International reputation cent a day to rid the bloodof -
In the Olympic games held In St. I Diarrhea RemedyCan the poison that causes :::: :-:::

Louts In 1004 In Athens Greece; In ,_ i II Boils-Pimples and other i. .
1900 and In London in 19O8. I always be depended upon. Carpenter I Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab- LOW PRICES
lets for $1.00. A Guarantee ::
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1'"SEE 1'-:::
.. Cubs t. Try .Out Colltglsn. are During subject the to bowel summer disorders months and children should '. and Builder I to cure or money back. .
Manager Chance probably will get .
receive the careful \ ,
'. from Brown 'university-- pitcher most attention. As ,i"'-JI-- .. Ask for Bliss Almanacand .. ,
- who Is considered the beat |In the east- soon bowels aa la any noticed unnatural Chamberlain's looseness of Colic the I All work "guaranteed.Prices: ,i learn,fully about this .' . ; -'- .. t' ,W,/ . .:: n';"\

,, |era college world. The, min Is Bourse, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy should be reasonable. No cfarge for esti-1 old-fashioned remedy. : ojjR'T.iproicE'VCREAM I -:: ,. ' 3.
!,.. a slant youngster!who: stands! over.six.. Riven. Costa but 25 cents bottleana mates. r, .l.a, st.---, ; 'Washmgton i' .. "" ",r'i'.,".,:* ,- >'. :, .' .
feet tall and who has. swept down it is economy to always keep a bottle,I I by In :-:::: ? : FR' EfiZER Sr; H AM MOS'ji'1:' \':-::=

everything In eastern college circles handy. You do not know when It may I PHONE: : 135 I D. C. == QUITO NETS WATER COOLERS. :::
this spring. 'ourpe did not want to be needed, but when ybu do want it yon
play professional ball but announced'i want It badly. Get a bottle today. june 2'.1t l :if FOR SALE BY 1R__ : i REFRIGERATORS: ETC. =w=

recently that he would play with.Chi I I :I 1- .. ...

cago, and.. be will probably Join the HEALTH AND VITALITY i THE I J.. W; HAMPTON. -1I I- == _-:

champions ap soon as the college season -I MOTT' NinviniNI PILLS' : -- .-.-- .-. -- ::::::
ends. The .nnt Irnli" nod tomerfit"Nttl, for men' '
anti .'''''''e. jirrKlutVit -nlrt' >nKiri nix! validity.
Nourse held Harvard to two bit :1
buddy< up thv .T.' 'm uv.01 l .re'w". the iif rinal UP-TO-DATE
and has pitched wonderful !ball allseason viitor Ft"r,.1) tj; hr lmifulsl ur lit mull II (HI |i-r : ISTflflFOBD$ G I Ig
: He was highly recommended box..l'h.m&e"
to Bvers by the captain and trainer of '
_ the Williams team who Rye be it the It I and HousePaintilig -

beet college pitcher of years. 1 Osceola CountyAbstract A. S. GILBERT t I Sign :, -- HARDWARE COMPANY 3-;---

Jockey. Millar Now Abroad. .'1 I f fill1ll111111l11ll11111l11111111111111111111111il1ll1ll: ! ! !! ! ! ! !! ! !-
;Walter Miller one of the best Jockeys I Company fI
who ever rode In this country, is I .
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now abroad, where he will ride freelapce. -
.. Miller has been the leadingJockey : 0. P. GARRETT. Manager. Dry Goods, Notions I IGlasssware. C. A. CARSON President N. C'. BRYAN SECRETARY ,4(
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In this.: country for several I Real estate ;

r yean.: His real season of triumph'was I Titles examinee< and'reported on ..d Enamelware, Paper Hanging 'Plasticoing
In 1907 when lie j was under contract Taxes paid frtr non--elld"ntll The Waters & Carson
to Jam"' ;.Keene and rode the marvel instruments relating to if-al estate
Colin to all, his victories. In that carefully drawn V _
period Miller rode 334 winners, or 100 Correspondence Solicited.ROGERS. We sell McCall's Patterns and Satisfaction Guaranteed
more than his nearest competitor. The Publications.
clever rider has the record' bf'wlnamg 1 Grocery Company
LIVERWORT Subscriptions taken for McCall's
mm0De7 In purses than any other "
boy during the same length of time. Magazine only 50c per year post- ,
For the couiolrie\ Cunifhi. ,
sure ot Cold.
A.Uiin Mtd MrrraehltiB tad nil Lang oomplalota paid. +j"S;
4 ' %en<1lDV tn ron.nmptiou. Liverwort, Tar aotf Wholesale and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES- .
Sprinter Roabn Retired.Dave .. Wild Cherry, have for ages inanuln" an .Phose 38 KJsslmmtt, Fla. CONTRACTOR.T "'L
establisht.'I rcpufiition a. n'Mndunt (tonffbrnnidir.
Johnson It.
owner of the once .,
Il coiitwif :> velum or harmful
ttmou.nce hone Ro ebeD. :Is preparing drug, run bt- give with Mfetr to children
V4. to the old to I'rlee" IIP, mild '..It' by rno ol. I'h.nna"Y.SEEDS' .
ship sprtittcr arum
//ft. RIVERS /f/XL.[ D
,whfr4 J>e canerfjoy rest for the. ., _. .
rantn4et pr'.hta; days,.., : PLOWER If s PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
S -t bls-Awner and caused Johnson to win MAIL ORDER 0 scarcely aay limit to thpoeaible Office over Olil eola Pharmacy
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many thousands of dollars In wagers Wf will ihtp mlr orrter tam rucclTed. T -_ is Me4a- n.idence 153 .
TKtTKO SEJSUH in butittake.tIe.sodmo.ey, Wahave PHONIKSI I
Johnson said.recently tbat. though the UURPKK' Seed. Thai brow, been loiprovlas Sewer ana .a4.etab. i once 14S WE SELL
feors Is practically unfitted for the WALTbll' _d.for overdo pe.... Mora Utam aooo WE. evY'HAY ..
SEED CO.7 Oce. 8t Jacfcw>Bvill people ara worklaB1 to make Perry --- - -- -
turf now. he has- not forgotten his .. Florida. 8eed.: snit yon. Bay the tuaii gaii/'a.<
great service Poultry Huppllvi. 'temedle..l..eeuoldea.: Writ For aaU.iai j Una.rmmmvm T-tt. J. W. SIMPSON
for CWILLIAMS' u.. i... *ret J MMMUM.fHtt Sr HIDES
I lutyl-em OM ..,.,UT. GRAIN
'Mew FlgM Club Par Chlo.... oo, DENTIST. "
If plans do not go awry Chicago will H... yo-i nxleetcd your ICtdn"r.r H.v. Ii Upstairs In.Katz Building. FERTILIZERS
have a new athletic club to' the near you overworked voile nervosa syiWrn and SE DSMrs. ..
to 12 .
with l m. m. WOOL ,
future. Already a charter has been passed trouble your kidneys and bladder OFFICE HOURS: 'd.
Have yon pains In loin. aide. back, (roina and i 1.30; to 6.30: p. m. SHINGLES
secured for the National Sporting Club bladder Hue you a flabby appearance of thet.e.eapeclaily Telephone No.' Jun 5. ItrPHY81CIAN .
of America. It Is understood tbat under the .yM>7 Too fr.ou, &l 76- . ORANGE BOXES; AND -
a u> peas urine If ao. Wllllami' Kidney ---L.::: ::-=-= --- '
financial backing to the amount of$100X100 PI1U will I eura yon at Druciclal, Prlca Mv. 8ulSprigg
has been secured. The onlvbv Oar...... Ph.rtnewv ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE ALL
pur- __h _ __ __ _
POM of the club Is to bold wrestling
Batches, Marathon races and possibly: FlemingCLEANING Tress 'w L. WINS CRATES COUNTRY

boxing: 'If sanction for the latter'can' GRATE NAILS I \
) d.- _:.
QelEo 1i"Mir.. Mfs Match With Hack PRESSING Orrice Paona VI. PIXIBIOA. .*:

/ wrestler, Frank/" baa Gotch.canceled world's his match champion with DYEING "4 Confectioneries, Cigars W. W. CARSON D. D, S. We sell field and garden I eeds or all kinds. .

Haekenschmldt la Melbourne Aus- REPAIRINGLav Tobacco. Stationery .pKNTALPARLORSRIVKRS We five special attenth to fitting out hunting and ''campinlt// :

:-""7tralJatorDe7UoarJ., and wm un- Souvenir Post Cards. parties. .
' an operation on the DOM ahortly word -at 017 house and cloth BUILDING Free delivery in city limits Phone No. 12.:4
will be called for Ynd returned. Etc. OVER OBCKOLA PHARMACYOFF.Ok : -
to .-a growth'which resulted W, are county agents for $ood
>-_" .._reinoT : fertilizers. Ask us _for circular
. from an Injury received many :years > I and prices on fertilizers. '
Guaranteec 8 1I
]Fine Box Candies aSpe HOURS | g Jj2
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G NFRAIDIR crORY ftJ'tIC e of! Application J for Tax? Deed VO ,

FoTTHililHEHHoney Under Sections SZ'4and 675 of

Of the Churches aid fraternal Societies : 1 the 'General Statutes of the. Prosper 'Colony"Company

State of Florida ].
of IGssi .
ee.HTJ1RCs1ES *
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Pots, Fine.Olc Game., .1 i f Notice U hereby ,._ that E. L. Lealsy. purchaser i """

-* Two players selected as honey t. of Tat Certlfloate N.... eta dated> the rd 1 T" " __ ,
mercbin And rcbaser. ". ''besa two day of July. A. D- last,has filed laid eertlftcate In ItOffers
. , ny ameer and has nuds application for tax deed. to
, be the est'and strongest ot '
bould more
I unto accordance'with law: Said certlnoateI to the
Ll t 18'l \ in-
the party.. It better ben older < ." _, ,I I embraces the following described property .atfes "

brother or nl or "papa/and./ tnam- Bunyan Stephens, tor, ." ._ 'ated In Oeoeola'oountr,Florida, tawny P 1R S''P'E1R 'Vettt r and homeseeker
ma" can be Induced to act ibese parU.i Sunday School 9.45 a. m N. C. Bryan, D.rln64 feet.....t of southeast corner,Block 4 ;

i j./ The honey (pilsrchant has his store superintendent' ( : ofjtobert! Base AddiUm-to KlaslmssH Clty run COLONYO for o hundred:, dollars

where the re't-xvf the chit reU tfke'th'e""parts : anca" m. west W)feet north 110 feet, east N feet south. ,
,Preaching a. rn. 7,45
'ot booeyk> : most sit In ;:MO feet. .% ., than, -
on the floor or on the Brass It Prayer meetingr 7.45 Thursday. ey* (na 'The said land brine as.Jyd af the date of the iy land, company.

'playing a row out of ddpra, wlth.tbelr; bands Visitors R Y. B. U. 7.45 welcome.Friday evening. } I Issuance'of H..n.such oerllBoaU In the name..ot .A,11 T. T.. Iii diner a'. '. .. .

under their raised knees. Then Always ,a
clasped Unla'wid certillo.i. : ,
\ shall redeemed ac. O PROSPER ,
I the same proceeds In this'way: The .' "-- f, do ria to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 'I N j "
; '.purchaser: approaches. the merchant 1 PfcCSBYTEIUAN.!: I. .,', I IIOt.lo of August A.D. 11101I. ,t J COLONY For ParticularsanUUlustrated;! Book Writex" I.

and asks "Have you any gojxTToney Sunday School J ,45 ;a. m.-: Geo. F.Parke j!I Wltne mj ofacialsignaturean, eeal I this the ** '- '
for saleT" The merchant says: '' 2kh day bfsjuly, A. 1 U. 19H& YE ;v
}, superintendent. i I .
first rate. This pot 14 from Mount ARTHUR E. DONEQAN.rcult i
the honey In the world. Endeavor 6.45 p. m. : .. ,; Court; of Oeceqla Prosper
Hybla, finest ... ColonyGompany
No preaching ol"-1'rayer'mtin.g.t.iII --' -.-''"'rr'a6$Frr1,1..: / .
This one Is from Sicily.nil good -as any ; By S. H. BULIX n. .
. October let.Visitors . 1
100. get from Martlndale's.orate /
; most 'cordially invited to all I a KISSIM.. EE. FLORIDA
and try before you buy. of 'Application to Sts .
purchaser shakes bill head and services. I ", .
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Ij I like this ---
"Not (>o< English
very gc "
says;Jaf.. Uow much' v III you sell It cHRIsTiAN. '. j|I Tor' All ''fhomlt May Concern: In' wrlUug>leas. me"lIou;; this paper. t .
Notice of
| I I. hereby IJlnn that ontheS rd day w.e.
for?" "A sblUlnK a pound. "How i' A. M. Chisholnt pastor, . '. Auuuat. A. O. mix.! I.ul:>atlon' toIheo"C1l.tll
much does It "'f'lgh7" Then tbe merchant Preaching first and third Sundays of )'Judge of Oweola County )or\i or. . .
Bnys, 'We will nee if you will der to Hell of private sale. Ibo fullowlngcrlbwl ea' : "
me" : each month atjl a. m. and 7.45 p, m. ... ....... w. ..:...
.be,...good enough to. help) They.then real estate IwlimgJtiR to the estate ) -w ....
Bible School/9: >4 I) a. m.-C. E. Yowell, Walter .. '
tAke holdof the arms of tbe English I I Bass i t-r deceased lying and being altuate .

jar (who most bold her hands superintended. In tip County of OHriola, and Slate nf t'i

tightly clasped uoder her knees) and Christian, Endeavo first and third 1 Florida, to-wlt:

wing her backward and forward until Sunday of ealh month a 6.30p m. Begin at a point two hundred and twenty* ., .
yard nAulh of the. southeast corner t If the ,i
she cannot hold her hands togetherany : Prayer meeting and choiKpj'actice,every northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of e .ve'in Stock at .

. longer and her feet touch the I Thursday at 7.45 p. m. 0 I Section two,. In township twenty,six, south, ,
(round. She Is then. said to weigh as I range "twsutiuloe easy thence south i\ne1 .. !
many pound as times she has been 1 1 fourth mile to lake, thsnoe east two hundred .
. srwnng bnckjrard and forward. '' and twenty lade, thenco north ouefourth of -

Tbe purchaser may object to the David D. Kidd rector. I; mile, thence west two hundred and twenty ,

weight as Uo. ranch or too little and Services every second Sunday at 10.30 .1'<2.i to the jTlace of beginning, containing'
: i tVjmty loss.,. ,
acres more or :
-choose and er pot Thus tbe game a: m. and'4 p. m. '
A eraooa baring objection tothe grautlngof 4
goes on till each Jar has been swung; | Morning| and litany Sun- I > I 'C/
prayer every aal K order will file' tbe same wIth the '
and taken r rt In tbe play day at 11,30 a. m.-Conducted by a lay fount }n
I man. I HENRY '1'. /BASS.Admlnlatrator ,
O .. of tbe estate of
A Capital Queaslng m ,
Sunday School-1st. 3rd and 4th Sun- deoeaxvl "
Includes a number of 1 Het Bass 3r? .
day 10.30a. m., 2nd Sunday 9.30 a. m I .
beads T *|apltatioD.Wha ) .
t cal la worn by prisoners} W. G. Hankins superintendent. :, Notice of'Application to Sell. the .

All services suspended during July '
(Oaptlvlty.) Int.erestofMinor'n Real Estate. 1
What cat| Is sometimes worn by and August. .
I NOTICE,la hereby given that\he underslimed. .
women? (Cprlce.j ) .
,/ M. .
Lula Anderson at guardian ff William H.
What caps worn by boatmen (Cap) METHODIST.Jas. I
Anderson Sarah U. Anderson Haacal B Ander- .

elze. .'T. Mitchell pastor I son Jaroes.A Anderspn. Lula-M andanoa and -
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What" ('al) Is worn by bankers Leila E. Anderson, minor heirs of,Jamea A. And -
Preaching every Sunday morning and
(Capltal) ""nton. deeffasod. will apply to the Honorable: G.
Whet cap's worn by presidents evening F Kribbs Counted Judge. fn and ior Osce* .

(Oapltol) Sunday School.45 a. m.-J. M. Lee county. Fl.irldV at ten o'clock a, m on Wedn<..-

What c pH!!! worn by conquerors superintendent. day the first day of September, A, D 1901'
his office In Khislmmet. Oeceola "county .
Capture) Prayer m..tinl'y' Wednesday ......."j
? for authority to sell the interest of the .
What capAworn nrost In the army -
night. i minors In and to the lands situated slid being Carload
of Nat
(Capita Choir r firacticeverj< Saturday night. the County of Osceola and tats of Florida and ? _
What caps worn by boys? (Caper) .
more particularly described as follows :
What cfl) Is worn by students? ---- . --- I The Southeast quarter ttf the Southeast quarter I 4

(Capablllty) FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. .action sixteen The Ncrtheast quarter, the --
Northwest the Southeast; quarter se->- Carl oad
Tf' Hassock Qame. I tlon seventeen township twenty-seven South of.Pit.tsbT- Perf t

This Ratitdfi mont fun when lot of MASONIC Range Ar l Ea-t

at It. You take Lt t-A M ANI. .. .
y0141115! folklplay? an FR ONGuardian .
Orange Blossom Lodge,, No: 80 F. &
ordinary suil hassock and stand It up for the '
A, M. meet first and third Monday
aforesaid minors FencingWire.
on one endn the.middle of the floor, \.
where a vty light touch will knockIt nights in each month at 7.:TO o'clock in 4t,_ ____._ -_ r

Hall.J. .
.over. Fraternity Notice of Application for Tax
AU the pyers now take hands and W. Prentis W M.
the hassock. Each Deed Under Sections 574 'and Carload Paroicl
form a rlntound R. O. Meek, secretary. Eoofhi
one tries t make his or her neighbor 575 of General Statutes of the ;

touch he hassock, for, whoever .
State of
.._ Florida.
sends It OT goes out. t

Ton .uuRI be very careful, however Friepdnhip Carload
. whll to / of Tax bale Certificate No "' ". dated July Barbed. Wire
that < .ou are trying mflke: Wednesday night at 7.3O: o'clock in Fra- .
knock It down :i. I'H)1.) 4 Tax 'aleCertiftc. t>No 1 :, dated August .
somebody ]1"& you ternity Hall. I.a. I. '
1st. 1'"01. ha. flied ad! rtifcat office j .
It > c s In my .
yourself a4( not pulled toward by.7Q11r
T. M. Rivers, chancellor commander.H and has made application for. tax duel to issue ,.
nelBlf The game gore on O. Meek keeperof records and seal. lu accordance with law. Said \ .
until ererTtflly; Is out, and the last. embrace the following described"' ,.eertlllca.,1 i 't.s . t"
out Is tbe tiner. ". 'eelln Osceora Count, towlt. .- ... "., ,. .'
Florlila : ;
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79! Lots 1.. 2 and :3(. In block M'est Klsalmmee, I ) '. . ,. ;( \ ',:: ,' I ,1))..(' 'w,' ' l-' ,. '" ' :If
OSCEOLA,CAMP NO \V. O. W, If ; ,,".,,", '\ "' .. ( .J ,'I. / N. i 0'I
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Lola 4, Sand. s, Block HI.. 'West Ktsslmmoe, ''. \ 1 1"., ;
'ro' ngwera 'em-
the colon In : "
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Tuesdays at 7.30 p., m s braced In Tax Certificate ,! ,. \ ?A'iK 'UYINGCAI1' ;
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. .'.i ImORal'a!\; or proaxedlm; ; tAa1D.'diiliertrC.'C.t-' : j' hoa.ld Iande being aoased. af:the dates';;'Of 4the -- -. '.. ' +."tI'1t.' . ,., .. :<_ .. . ,
thRt1 le'
a nary y; ? ' .
'V Issuance of such certlflcatea in the'Dam... of '" : ..
.... medIately are gathered. Place the 'C.! W. Danr Cterk.. I 4. ._ - !
F H. Stehle and W. R So'arts, respecthply.'
Fpec1IDQnll Wt'pu two sheets of blot.' Unions SHU] certificates shall bo redeemed ac- .

Ling poppr put these hetw'eD two NOTICE of Application for Tax cording to (ta\\. tax deed will Issue thereon <>n'' 4. -

boards wit II level surfaces a. It 18pO"llblp .the ]nth; da\'of August A. I). '19ft. I I'Uue. jU '. '
Deed Under Sections 574 and
to Lain, on the lop 01 which .-my''ill. ".r MKiiHtilrfniiil' seal till the 4liill :

stand heat weights and let them remain 575 General Statutes of the I day of July A I>. 1KM 4LiweLi

tluor will the whole of the !: __. AKT1IUKE: DONDiAN(
State of Florida.:.
molRhl\"l'\ I- ueesed out of the plants, _Clerk Cln-ult Lolirt ,... ln 'ountv FlprMa! I: 1
:NiTiiB; IM hereby Kl", that deoriri* W. W. B'
then In"\1 Ihpm. You must kM'pthem Notice to Cieditorwi---- | MftKINSON' i
Davis| iircliBMi-r of Tux C't rtiflj fi. No 1(11.( co.
In a 'e that III perfectly dry
dnt... the ah day of ,hlyD, I'KIJ, A of Tuxertlilcate All |persona hn\luy claims, Hffaliist the estate 1
or elllA the III soon fade.
(' No H'1:
A I' 1.1hll'\ fled Mid certlllratvv in iuf of- of Oacoola aud State of Florida will present| the I . .
Si orda I" "H.r.ln" Ace and ha nia'ie application fur tax dvud to same to me properly atle.ited. within the time :

The 11ft! ord "ht'reln" III remark- Issue In accordance with law prescribed by law;or the same will be forever 4.............
.ble. Eta: e It closely before read- !Raid" certificates embrace the following described barred, and all peraone'lndebteit to said estate. ............

Ing furthe ave you discovered the property situated In Osoeola rouoty" will make immediate settlement with the ;undenlgned. .- ,
Florida.towttIxiti : N. C. BRYAN -
odd featur its composition' It bal 33r"a3vr rh3'
and B of J, riclcruna'HnbillviMton of Administrator of the Estate of NN 7a 7a a fa 7aKa ;3ra 7a 7a 7a>n
I but let
-only six I'll from those
lot 7A of the Florida Laud A Improvement. Co'.. C. II. Fountain. Deceased m '
.tel'll. with transposition from their Addition to KlMimmeA City February, 1009
natural a Ills: complete word can The said land being assessed. at the date of Your Money Back

be read. are: lIe-ber-berre the Issuance of said tax certificate lathe name NOTICE J. H. RPDDITTJEWEL': A

-rein-In. If you can thInk of K J. Currle and I, C, Gil art. None Is hertby Il'1. If
clven that plans and apaelHcations you dont this
other 1'1'0' blch contain words within Unless said certificates shall: be redeemed according for proposed waterwerka are now on file say is the best offer ever made by the '"Best

them.elChlcaso NewlI. to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on at the office of the town clerk, and any citizen desiring Paper a Dixis."
tbe 18th day of Sept A. D, 19O9, .... UJII
to Inspect
1 can do so by eallla at said The Semi.Weekly-Journal, six,
Itpets my official tan-attire and .eallbl. the I month
P m anti Answer.Farmer 9th day of Ang. A. D. 19<#. WATCEREPAIRER The Carrier and P.troe. clx, months
By order of Council
this 6th day of A.
Ifa says be bas Auff D. The W ....'.
Heal) ARTHUR World
.cer'l E DONEGAN. 1909.\( Magazine: six month ..
uln num f cows and hired Clerk Circuit Court Oseeola Countr Florida, 1, R. GlUBXJtT Clerk. t .'
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In his ba lIe counts a total ot All Three Six
. Months
eighty-two t and twenty..lx headl. 3 5 NET

Bow min I and how many hired OOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO I. I fur c

.'e Caen are t 7 This fa a good prob- : 1 ) 1 140 eo..4sloa NLbw td

lem to lip answer n some-of Ie fifteen your smart COWl -- [Send today as this offer ,on't l last long?

'. and .eleven d men | St.CI ud Mercantile Co. I B; C. MILLER it 1 DEPT. 01 ;

Do at Do Not S..k. ; The : "
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People peaceful1I1u'mber.. are CLOUD FLORIDA'THE > ySemi Atlanta Ga:

dllltUrbe4 ot netalI.b .- o '
e nolalnea a : ; BARBER
r'lI dog no dot bt find It consoling $ SHOP

to I that there are at least NEW COLONY STORE .

three va of the canine tribe : UP-TO-DATE SERVICE: BY I

which ne ark. But alas these ++++++Mti ++++++t+N#+++++++++++..4 +++, ++++. .
dogs are n and In America! They EXPERIENCED WORKMEN 1 +++++++, ,

. are of Tibet.the do E an the sheep"lion dog beaded", the Ausrallan dog. I Groceries and i G'enaraI 1 Merchandise $ I !i HOUSE PAINTING and PAPER HANGING I IALSC

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Soda Fount -

.. went at 10 Happ.nod.tadpoles Saves you money on everything you want. J : Graining, Stapling and Kalsomining.

r Down Wen wtmmlns 0 rushee school O See our goods before buying elsewhere. > Cold Drinks and Fine

. Thar But In a y tar b.1r pool.bodl taUa_Were. loeglTb.y g: : Money saved is money made. Don't J Box Candies I I SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY I

and plashed end pa4cJlecI I.
And by day grew strong' O throw it away. -
\\ They loved their t.aok.rA 0 See Me ana Get es.'AcR' BAS
great green fro&1 1 o S I

Wb I day-to .watch them ,9TFRICTLY t Cigars. Cigarettes. Tobaccos t++++,i, ++.M'+ I-MM++++++++. , .
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,{ We hove about all anyone. wanf i. AGENCV FOR: .We ..h specially

: : Paris Kettle -Dishes) Crocker Glassvfare; Wooden* '. I '
:::1 the way,of Pots ?- : SEWING: MACHINES -

I.' ware,, Ehameiware. .,4Uo Oil Heaters jtnd.CoptcstoW Water.Coolers, Singer a'nd Wheeler & Wilson., Cash or\ Instalments.. Japanpcs.e; red i ChineseLet
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I . Old machines taken in exchange .
,:" '" \,Lamps Window Shades &c., &0., Aic. ., .( '.TYPEWRITERS: r*** ' . '
-- : '-- The Iti'ff., : Smith dtrl3'ioa.' latest. '

rL : We alstrcarrp; a-f el u{= \\tl- -privates and bu3Ulgs.3-5tatjc 1 >_ ryPIANOS' AND--ORGANS-- .. :, __,-_--- . at.t1.. _. "gs ._

-- Those manufactured by W. W. Kimball & Co. "-,,- _. -

'W! have Guitars Violins! and sundry flUmis.for. all kidds of GRAPHOPHONES Us, Show Them To You.

;musical instruments. I Columbia i Disc or Cylinder)! also Record.. LATEST: DESIGNS: AN JD AT ALL PRICES : ,

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AUGUST '1S THE r WANTED.Your l CONDENSED mot-thtf thermometer seldom a/tinflr;. above*1& or
ARE YOU ON GUMD lower than 45, ;v fIt
I. In theccnt tnf the finest hunting: aection
f'The of Florid, ammo: of al kjnd. being found. within a
Rid Your Trees (pf) White- orange, groves to sell to my i; few miles of it. rorporateltnnta.
northern customers. Write fully giving I fads and Figures Regarding This It U the head of navUrautMi of a chain of; lake
.fly by. Spraying With Fungus. I co/nplete description and price. inthe -1 i. 'AGAINST / and rfv.r. reaching to the $ ull. This water

Kissimmee Gazette,-Klseimmee, eluding usual commission tome for City and County. route Is three hundred mile ir length and
abound. with beautiful throughout.Tourlebwhohave .
__ ...- ,GenUemenJtiyiew, of the ttff that j selling. I shall bring people to Kissim- There has been such a large numberof ;, traveled aoenery the ..ntii.conUt,

., the fungus diseases of whiteW me* to bay property, and after Have Consumption Malaria Scarlet Typhoid l letters reclved at this attics ..asking .America.pronounce it' the finest, inland wataKtrip x IB
.: been thriving/ well during the period of I had several parties here whomI for information regarding .this city prevalll
summer" rains, which appeal generallyto I can refer to, will move here-open an The following t te the ig,
this in- regard office from this end of the line. Thank. and county that* the following: is pub priced in this city and count:
be normal yeir Fevers
more or
I : Dengue ? Ished In lieu of an answer to each indiVidual -
.. 4. quantity and l\ll"nc'of\ rains.. the Ing all.for the (courtesies "shown. meandsolfcltfng'yo'ur inquirer and! as a source ofknowledve : DRY u>ODS

writer wishes to direct jfle attention patronage, I \ Calico print. 5to: 7.
to those contemplatinj\ ..
citrus to the fct that August Yours respectfully, : 4 quarter mualln- J j'. 7 Ie
growers favorable month Tills Is the season of the year when. bottle of (ood disinfectant should mug to this community: I quarter muslin bleachel 7" 11.-
is perhaps the most A. S. NELSON. be in every, home. _. 'e i! Gingham apron, check 5Ctnjrhant ." lie
_.-,1. for spreading and .introducing thesedikeaaes 1 :. KISSIMMEE Dr.... .. I' 7 iaJte

of the whit;>tY Wichita, Kansas. It h.. more than .000 population.It White lawn . .., j "firitfured ... 1Ra

Even if the grov already has a fair i ASHE'S CHLORIDES la the leading market for e.tUe- lawn 1 6,.".' :Moo
sprinkling of fung ((81' much as a few Fined For Killing Deer.At !t, property cheap and lanes are low 19Iuarteraheeting 26 &''I
: | Cleans, protects" and disinfects.' I Used around sinks and cesspools, its' It I. almoat totally\ free from moBQuibMH.It Denim 10 Ilia
-ungus pustules
to half a dozen perty '' .... live Board of Trade "Hiirtinir, ImmaapUiL 7" lie
good working
a special session of the County i I destroys all disease germs and sewer (gases, prevents contagion and infection a
will find it
leaf), the growl profitable1to Court held last-Saturday:; Nathan Blount, and slops fermentation and decay. I Ito people are honpitable. kind and ,..,norou.. j I! FRESH 4KATQ '
spray more angus spores into the' L. M. Marsh and R. IVan Horn- '1 FLIES will leave a house and MOSQUITOES"' not enter where Ashe.'R < It hma electric light and a telephone ...tem. I hoof pork and mutton, p Ib If t,16e
trees. In sue an instance fungus: from pead' Chlorides are sprayed one part to twenty parts water. For WHITE FLY and It h. a fine tourlnt hotel and three comtpercial |ihoutl. i
: "e used. guilty to the charge of killing deer out I,jail Insects on trees plants and flowers mix one 50c bottle with nine gallons la.. LIVE 'fOLK<
his own lreemay' stated in bulletin and '\>f season and Judge Kribbs assessed I of water. Poultry bathed in this solution will rid them "of, all Insects. When | It la the greatest freehwater fish market in the Farm hor.y. .1126 to '160
As nreviod'y a fine of $25 and costs against each of ], scrubbing and cleaning a little In the water keepslleas| ants and the smaller\ country. Farm mult 1(>0" 20(
press bullets repeated sprayings of lh'm. { forms of vermin out of the house aDd polishes walls, wood "1 ors, and makes I Its aoil will produce any variety of fruit- '. flowers.. GUOCR1ESFloiw.
should 1 be made to i odor in homes N or veflretablea. '
fungus 8lA'es insurethe a healthypleasant your l.hl.. .
tier $ .00 to J7.50
best fungus is to be preferred but information filed by Bounty(; AttorneyJ. I loosens the dirt whitens the clothes and makes cleaning easy, keeps hands -all fine buildings -(:{rite. " M ... tW
The re I soft anJ chapping. It.U absolutely free from the Kale uf shaker I
L. Moon. (I *'orn. i per hu ,. l.ODOaU.
e town maybe; mixed) with the t FOIl THE BATH a little of Ashe's Chloride in the water produces* most j or any other intoxicants.It .. .; ?. ..75Hay.
r he yellow fungus should he used ;! I excellent) skin tonic' removes black heads, and sots as a skin beautKyer. hma the finest school ayatem of any town of 1'XI' HH Lip
Mules and Horses. You feel 1 refreshed and invigorated! 50c IU alee in the United State
the cloudy winged species of thoroughly a pint and one |)ipt V hit putaora." for Im 1. 3Swfct
mixed with fifty pints ef water makes a strong and effective! germicide awl dig..).! It ia free from crime, there not btttnu on .n "
.ihe/hiu fly with the rough dark eggs. J. W. Miller is now in St. Louis, Mo.,- iafeclant for household use at cost of one cent a pint. }.averaire.... of one arreat a month. Ib. .fiOKice.
i'er 6 80Suirar
oe" or > vo fungus-covered leaves 1 where he i i.. selecting carload of mules For ticks tiles (leas, on horses, mules cattle, dogs and other animals' Ht doe more express business than any other ir Ib-, to lie
},ring in allS out 40 or more pustules, and horses, and writes the Valley Gazette ('I mix one part to twenty parts water, -apply, ] with sprayer, cloth or brush I fivn'tqwni ita else in the State.It Ham per 'Ib.- .-- .. u.
Ashe's Chlorides cures dogs of manse, worms and distemper.Four hmVa Masonic" a Knights of IythiaM and ftWuodrrttnSif
. .lould b. used l bo the pipt of water. that he will be here with them ina Shouil) .... t>nr II,.. 14]
boxes of ASIIK'S HOACIlPEPFKU! is guaranteed to rid home the World oriraniiation. I
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The leaves, Ituttcr. IM.T Ib. _8ftEKITM. .
fungU9-covV water-i' few days. Mr. !Miller' is an excellentjudge of all roaches ants .silver bugs bedbugs or moths or money refundedWliwre It hma threeshnen of railway and i. on the mainline .
should be stirred \ few minutes, not overXJO minutes, and i1i I the purchase of either a mule them all out. .she's Itoach pepper contain iii> poison nice where there are It U on the liarH of Lake Tohoix-kaliua.' one a. per (th.. 40 "
strained other children, and poultry will not be eating insects killed with '\she's'i' of the most 'iM-auti/uTi kaa-on thle continent; 1 .
through che'MekJoth or I of horse will do well to wait till he arrive j' It'U the In I.UIER.
Koachpepper." Don't ha e roaches In your hOlllesllh..y; track over sewers hemlthlest the Unl..I States--I
, strainer. This liquid 8>iohJ\i thenbe ". Tlw -\vill be on sale at" the and arsine anflTl-reWo't-er :your dishes and eatables and scatter typhoid and j I the annual death rate tMiftktf lag than 3 to the I IVr !last' fit tifl (tot2a
. I,. sprayed or otherwise apph'eH/ onto the Sunny South Stable. other disease germs in any home. Don't delay, get Ashe's Koachpepper" tod !, 1011.\ -
'I' under surface of. the leaves ofSjhitefly I iv, for this Is the bent time of year to get them all.ItA'I' its HtrecU are Hhaded with .rive .eke and i I
-One2. box of Ashe's Ualsault It Iwulevards and lawjiiv. I I PILES I JMI8 I PILES I
infested AND MKJK; guaranteedany to e,1' are rave with 1I'r.
trees. I "
"lllnillis liiilmn" ( OlTIUni'nt
'" I Notice. house or barn of these troublesome' pests or money refunded. I Ills mud. vraAa. x I Illim. !. \bleeding and Iilnx (rile. It will al ,aura rb(
E. W.
BERGER. and cousumes. then without any odorOSCEOLA It in in the center of the oranireaection I' luring for uniii. flays. Hi'kic ..t nine, rnrtu a. a
.. Entomologist Fla. 'Agr.' Expt; JStatio! I have a verygood sewing machine of Florida I shipping hundrcdH of c or fonin. ,, Klvr. lm.tHiii.lipf Uilllama' Indlaa
'for sale-New Home make. Will sell the fruit yearly.1ft Ml.iiliiuu.t I : : IH |irisl,| \ lor Pilnod Itching
PHARMACY tif )!iii |Private purl" rlcikaii.I ll.oo. Sold
Old papers for sale at this office. I cVap.-' MRS. [PERDEW. has the Ijeat climate, both!.,. winter and Hum only I by O-coola- ('''...rc'1

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t' S the county seat of Osoeola county, is situated on the north bank of Lake S the largest membership In the Slate when the population of the town i

I.: ", I IS Tohopekalitfa, Is on the main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, : is considered. These two orders joinlly'own a magnificent: three-story bl'lck.i ,rf (

aDd is the teroftqus of the Florida Midland Railway and the Sugar Belt .- : building in which they hold their meetings. The Woodmen of the*World alto .c

i h-=--- Hallway l Is 165 mUes'aq thwa'd from Jacksonville and 79 miles northeast : have ac organization, as have the carpenters a Union '
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from Tampa. It Is on what called the backbone of the State, belpg 65 feet : It would be hard to find a town freer'from vice. or crime than it Klttlm- '.J

" G' above sea level. It is connected, by water with 'the Gulf of Mexico by a chain : mee. There are fewer,arrests made here than almost anywhere In the whole : '

01 !lakes end.canala,. and three flr..." ... steamers make weekly trips between ; country, not averaging one a month, and the county court .."". ...- J rI

". this port and points as far down' as Lake Okeechobee.: 'It has a population S- lion looser than three days at any term. Both the town and county It absolutely '.

r";;; .= of about 2,000 and-is growing at a very rapid rate. It's streets and avenues : free from the sale of intoxicating liquor of any kind and the citizens .ane

< .. are lined with massive lire oaks and covered. with Bermuda grass and : generally do all In their power to uphold the law. I' ',

'U'..' i Broadway, its principal business thoroughfare has 100 beautiful palm trees : It Is surpassed by any section on the g-lobeor evenness of climate M'1

C''' ,\ . .. .. planted] in Us center twenty feet apart, making a sight beautiful for the e>e to = the thermometer seldom going above 92 in the summer or lower than 45 In the = ,
r gaze upon. The private yards aud lawns are noted for'their beauty. : winter:;, and the nights are always cool to such an extent that one is not comfortable :

..:.. '., The school advantages of Klsslmraee are not surpassed bv any. town its : unless sleeping under cover. The humidity in the atmosphere prevents

r $ size in the United' States. It has a High School building that cost S25.000 : it being too oppressive. for a person.-to work In the sun during the hottest :

14 = which is thoroughly l equipped with all modern appliances for the Instruction ; part of the day It is the equal of the mountain or northern seaside retorts -

(, '- of puplli. and its principal and teachers'rank with the best. Pupils graduatingfrotn ; as a summer residence, and many whp have. spent summers in Klftimnje -

ss----z-- ... -5 --the-HttrtrS-,hool-are admitted to -collegerBO thorough Is their : _ Ja ,, _be the coolest, and moat delightful place they.. have ever via = _

,- Us curriculum consists of every study. oeoesiarv. to equip a student : Ited.I It Is almost totally free from mosquitoes and gnats', 7

: for successfully engaging In any walk in life except .the arts and sciences and ; Without doubt It Is .the healthiest town In the United St..tes-its annual

the higher profession The building owned by tbecounty and it known' as : t death rate being lets than three to the 1,000 inhabitants. Fevers are unknownthe

the Osoeola High School, 'although every neighborhood In the county where ; malaria of any kind has never been known to be contracted In KUitra .

,1 = there are a sufficient number of children has a pu lIo school with a full corp. : mee, but many persons cometo_ the town to get the dread disease out of their )

of competent teachers. : .)'.tem. The water supply is furnished by a system of artesian wells, and

I Klssltnmee it well supplied with churches, there being a Methodist Baptist % chemists who have examined It state that there Is none purer to be found any

I Presbyterian, Christian and Episcopal denomination. They all have :- where. Hundreds of persons annually come to Kistlmmeeln search of health, I'

fine buildings and are largely attended. : and la every. Instance have. been materially lastingly benefltted, until it = i

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