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 20, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00399
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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carried' in Abbeville, Bamderg, B rn. : \ bought, a place, in Orlando,,.oo which
IS s UNDER HEADWAY l well)I, Berkeley, Calhqun, Colleton Dor : ,was a food building and an rckard FORESTS IN FLORIDA 1TheirPreservation
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chester Fairfield, Hampton, Keeshaw \ -' Board of Trade M : The price paid was $150 per acre." .

Lee, .Lexington Orazic biu' ',,,,13umter' iMMr.\ Jo. Bart, who got crlpptedKup .
A Sub-Exchange,1s Organued, With and Willlamsb'urg, ,countle.. The' dis'- ., ? \c > : : time"ago,,la able to be 'out'* pan ,is Urged by : a*

pensary has won in Alken; Charleston, ; of 'the time. W e :wonder sometimes t
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largesttowers: and Rlchland.counties, and is 'leading The"regular. meeting of the. Board ; \ ",hat kind of, ldate>,al' he is made of Commission of .Governmentand t. ,;

; _ _,_,!' I: Georgetown and Beaufort. In Florence on' Monday night at., 7:30: o'clock In that' he isn't dead., ,' State Experts. \ < .
L the vote Is tied to hear from.. , We. saw a mule team hitched (to a ,'
claimed,prohibitionists.. The officers'request that. as many : mowing-machine-ttn-hwayat"the Str| : the'-
' ,A most .enthusiastitt meeting, of the ""7" A. preliminary; Investigation of '
"iofahgelgrowers'of this eounty sew Held ----Tb, selection was without excitement can attend this meeting; as measures Secretary.'V Cloud farm Tuesday\ mornings a.man being forest conditions "of Florida wsi p made :
or Incident hi'Ln 'and a on ,the:v,,machine at the timer but '
''in the court house on Saturday last, and special coun'ty, of the city will be pres;; ed' 'which during the past winter by the V, S... .
'a.penrnuient county organization was smalt' vote was polled. The majoritiesfor 1 mule-like. they stopped before hurting 'Forest Service'cooperation, with'the '

;effected with some of the largest growers . prohibition, according the present freely discussed .before..being'. .acted : themselves.. The' machine was put out. lltte.The, report is ,now' completed '. .'.

in.. this section as members.. returns which are in most cases practically 'how on the crest of the wave of of..commissionv/but-aside' from a good and has been submitted to the ,Governor .,, '
*" consumed in complete, range from:14 In' Call I shakeupi the man wasn't hurtu Itis j'
Considerable time was Jor bIs.conaideratlon.
hoped
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ber should shird his it . .
: duty to pdbh !
howl to 982 in r'"art'dMri."HlltiJwlll: occupy* tent
Temporary Chairman Porter thoroughly county OratlgeburgcounfJ ___ ,--- --'''' that the Legislature,.may be able to In. rcorporate
explaining,the" rules"of"suWxchanges: ty; "TheMarge'st rnajority'for" the dispensary J.: : l\1. until they can: clean up their *lot and at least come of, the recommendations

. in regard to picking, packing and shipping is in Charleston county, where lit I . R. O. MEEK, build.. into law in the near future. '
but when moat of those 'present received! 1,525 votes against 30$ for 1 1prohfb Mr. Newel(,;our town painter. Is able Florida occupies a prominent-position ,I,
understood that the organization was 'tlon; One-half of the state was I '" l to be around*'again. Hi fall did not, ,! among ,the tlmbejjoend turpentine 'pro-. .

for the purpose of bettering their Condition already dry, and the act under which +i hurt him aa bad aa, was first thought. ducing states of the country. It has 'ai .,

; and that no "graft"-whatever; today's election was held was a-,.com He.has had a well driven on his town present a greater per, cent) of Its land ":

could possibly creep into the rganlzaftiqn promise measure adopted at the last I''1 Will Have WaterworksCouncil Igt, aa have Messrs. Wilkinson, Barager In forest than any other "itate.. Some a:;

they were not slow in declaring session of the legislature to defeat'a and White One .of the best features of the finest stands of ,longleaf pine. In :|

ktheirvwillingness to subscribe their bill providing for state-wide' prohibition. 1 connected! with. .this_ place U_ that,you the South are contained within Its1 "
The general belief III thai the prohibitionists don't have to deep .to get pl.ntyof of
attamee as members. j go borders. The development ice fop' tj
.TheVrales of sub-exchanges provide will\ again move the passage of Passes the Ordinance ,Calling For An water. eat industry.during the pa t..few years :
"that'all fruit must he shipped, through such a law at the next legislature\ next 'Mr. J.; 'H. Newcomb has concluded he has been phenomenal. While the agricultural ."

f the cooperative:: packing house;;although January: The election today was on Election to Vote Bonds For That Purpose. did not want to batch out on -his.place, development ''in* certain'' parts J.J

rill member would have the right to pack the question of voting in dispensary '. i and has struck his tent and moved back 'of the"state'will1 make .permanent...

.his: fruit in his own house without jberogSubject prohibition having been decreed since into the. house with Mr. .B.. F.Chase, of immense areas;of tut-over.land, the .
to charge) ty the brganltaelorir August 2 last, under Ihe'VilT providingfor !! After many delays and numerous investigations municipal,..m of waUrworlu. ......... nee.WY Iocatecl.near.the.old sugar..mill. -, bulk of lands now'being cut over*wilt ' >
provided Tie 'oonformVT. ro"'the' ruleti'lfUCtt .l the election", "which;;permitted' the- ,! and surveys the City: Council t>r the Oranelt-of UM Cltr; .f XbMimnw: ;'-- >Prom the looV of thlng "at"present not bene' 6d drfof'agrTCultarU purposes "
to-Vote. back the And whew It wlU be bond the
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counties then'wet' n.oee.arr
| 'pieklrtg'\ has passed the ordinance calling an city; In order to.provide the funds with" which to twill be necessary to.Jf1C. :,!a '/ew for isJiy-yearf to come. In thejnean- ",

s; After ira Wetherby., Lee-Parsons dispensaries. ... t 5theyso1desired.I !, election to vote upon the city issuing eotutruet and maintain uoh vatonrorkB. omen; women to Immigrate here else -we will time. the timber producing ,..poesikllities ;
. Cattle Co.,' L$ Brothers, Rt: D: Libby, I bond.' to install a system of water- And whvrau. th.(xUtlnK 'laval bonding capacity soon have a town of bachelors and widow of such lands are b.ing.ldattoypd t by t I

J. K. Hilliard, M. Katz, S.; B. Story, DRUNKENJNDJANS: : works and it only awaits' the approvalof of the city, .baaad upon the .but. .-ir".-troll That's all I have to say on this repeated( fires, turpentining and nck......, ,);

H. N. Bratton, M>,H, Porter ft..,Q. the mayor to-become a'fact; Therefore of IWB.' available bo It ord&liwd for this by perpa the Cosec a It 1"'of'.410 the; subject A, bint to the' wise Is sufflcient. lumbering.;, The opportunity':to y>rgan-. ''',

Meek, J. M. Miner and 'fc: H:CphOon: Makes Life Strenuous for Workmen The ordinance provides for the issuance City of Kl lmm..i I .-- I tie and adopt plan of forest 'mknage- 1 i

had ,h.e ,eontra ,, the, sub-ef- of thirty thousand dollars, divided SKtjmt 1. That und_ and .by virtue of the We are laboring Under strenuous conditions ment should not'be delayed 'unlll the
ehangqa. farmed and |lh t,+folkjwirw on* .the'Drerige- ; 'In- : Miami. i *River.-i Into,thirty bonds of the value of one power va ted In th.City of KIMmaC....pUr at present 'ias,we walk .1x.miles forest lands have_all been_cut over \
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Aota IIWo Lam of Florida".he
Officers elected to serve unt\f3une\ 1916(): The following account of a band --of i thousand 'dollars each, drawing interest hall 544.4a eue Ita bdndi't for the mm of Thirty Thoiu-etty a day and work on our house, and dark' Many"states"have 't mp rifYdevel.

. ; PrjlIidtmt.L.. H. .Cohoon.N; : drunken-Indians on the lower east-coiat 'Iat the rate of 6 percent: and interest and Dollar la thirty........, to bo otxhd. "Wo r- overtakes us on the road at night. oped at the expense of their forest interests

Vice-President K. Hilliard. x clipped from the Miami News-Recdrd payable semi-annually, two of the 1 worka' Honda. "0' the d.nominatloaofOn.Thou.- We understand Mrs D. W.,PeanJs and have realised too late the ,,
." Secretary and Treasurer-R. O. Meek. '' of August 12th will be read with interest bonds maturing in two years from date and Dol...... each. drawing InUnat parable. wee on the sick list; and that Messrs' A. E: disastrous effects'of wasting' their for.*

Dlrector-r'John M. Lee. by our people,\&It our old inhabitants and two maturing; every year thereafter i annually.maturlnc In at alxtean the rate Tear of 6 from per cent dab of par>taiupc annum.,. Cram and A. M. Wilkinson haye'been oft eat resources. -n'

Under the laws the president and vice- -are well acquainted with the until the whole number has been taken'' a* follow: Two bond In two ,..an. twv bond thejr feed a few'days, but both are able The,report of the,Forest Service ex-1 :
president are members of the board of i; character! ,ot the Red man when he is up which will require sixteen years. 10 thrav year, two bond. In four yean, two to be about. aminer in Florida l lays particular1( ,stress i'-1

directors, and to them Is entrusted the full of "fire prater," Kissionmee having The mayor I is required to. Issue his I in.nvoyoar.. two bond.infix,.......,.two IIond.1 We .would ,appreciate- tric.cara. on-the. lmportnnoerof'a.-.troog-forest's'i-j
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seven two bond.In eight, two bond :
management of the organ itation. been the headquarters.tf a large number -y proclamation calling the election at as 'i Jo nine year. two bond in ton ,._.... two bond.i..laarae. I but will wait with patience; for we be- policy.r thesUU, -There-'shouW-be
"" It was the concensus' ,of Opinion' of in Ui! early, thoife present that the most impotent settlement': | Cou-ndlls authorized to issue the bonds I bond In thirteen year. two bond in fourteen. J Y.uf'Uy NwI1.; 'e Dial! supervision of Vbe forestry'industryInterei

feature connected with the growing of '''M slrs. Philip and Jesse! Lee, who without delay. 1 1I tyeu.,i *, two bond In fifteen' year, and two bond. ." \.... :.'* -+.o1"IS :- 1: t : of the .tate,W iP Ppiilit a

oranges w. extreme carefulness in are operating the dredge In the south Some little opposition tea bond issue i:, In sixteen pea..dd th* Interact and principal TIlE: 'BEST FIELD State Forester. It should be the dutyof
I payable In Bold or lie equivalent at the office of
wnich
- picking; that the only manner in fork of the Miami river, cams, to the has [developed in the put few days but' the Treasurer. of said city MId bonde-to .bo ........ the State Forester under the direc (
- fruit should be picked was to clip It and city la night and reported an ehooun tier tit I is confined mostly to those who oppose for'he urpo..of Installing and constructing' ; a I' tion of the Commission, to advise private .

'place it in a Back, instead of clipping the with a band of fifteen Seminole (n- improvements any character, and! municipal ytem of watorwork In said city SanfonTs Largest Celery CfowerTri- owners reference to forest. management *
fall the Section I 11 That an election be held at.* arlyadat.
stem and letting the fruit upon dians and'while'there was 'noblood hed"..who. would much rather see Kissimmee totbring to public attentiodf'thfldamage -
a. practicable, at which the question to''be .
"Tf
in That
ground as is the..:ommon practice. both partie'';' kept armed watcjl of each the cow range it was twenty years.ago. submitted to the elector of ecu city having the gages Industry Here.lIrs. don, .byl! IpmH ltatJUty)*

a grower used care irr pick ing and pack other all\ Tuesday night. than.!thtj:. business little city it is today.No quallfleatlon prescribed by Section 1O'e I of the ; B. E. Takachof: Sanfbrd, spent formulate and Put.into ,execution sv'\,

ing he would get more money' per box "Accordingto Philip /Lee. who is in fear js: 'felt by our progressive citizens General Statute of the State of Florida. .h.U' ... Sifnday with the family of her-son;'Mr., firewarden system to ,prot
and receive a check for every shipment in this, charge of the dredge' Kts and his brother thai't.be: bond proposition will not W"forthwith/ lasuanee i*of u*said hi*proclamation bond. and the for Vayor_icl.lectlon.htU G. E. Takach, in this city. jrlrs..Tak- eats from fires, to encourage more conservative -,

whereas if carelessness shown were in the can) to the boat Tues carry, as by'far the large majority of 8 ction8. '1 hat th.form of tho ballot to .bo. ach is proprietress of the Pico: Hotel at ; systems; of lupnoering( and
regard it is likely the shipper= will not be day afternoon when they met several those who are eligible 1 to Note realize: u..... at said election.h.ll 1 bf-*ubof;-the'largest v celery tufpenUnlngs"I ; -t Only not".receive a check, but will Indians inCRBoes.The most -.el- bem i that-a system of *aterworks is absolutely 10'7 growers in" the.t' .ettlon. Hearing of grazing problems and l Irt general .
" drawn-en for the lreighbil1. were drunk' or apparently drunk. One necessary to the further advancement OFFICIAL BALLOT. the Let Vitf\ f In"truckraising': -an>_ dKI1I8imftlee mote'ahesilhyiols'teit7n'foee8tprelKr' i : : -. '

The only explanation that can be given lay in hiscanoe, face up.,,with,his head .of our town. 1- Municipal. Bonding ElectIop-r-' ,=: she made .trip here' some vation in the state.., ? .,I'I'hi't .'
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A. D. l'J09. City of Klialmme Florida.
why..*greater: number oL thu county'sutizeua while'Another ;had."hlirrhuadhjing ]j. With-a tint-class' systemXpf, waterj : x'
n ajwt, eon i the months ago to[investigate thf t condl-: ..1 ;>orest flrW'proMe'tri1r..lo1di' ? i _
? :engaged' In., growing..oranges"were is that over the gunwale of the boat' his j j works and a few other Impro mente, ofronrcholaa'Make' a'aroe" mark 'XI( I):;,qusetlenq.,, ..' ,.tlon.]" d wMj&Jtvell: .1 l P leasedwith l ! Ui,3>the|.poutbeI states:\!lif.. foiii to ;;i.
not present at the meeting I ? ....... .'--Ij. .I.:. .. -
ace baking In the hot aul,). KisBlmmee. will in. : a, short time. leadey-. aura. .A\\W.u.\ \ w t. he::'outlook that she.: In conjunctionwith be t a most serrouj"nlndrance. to the per- '''-'
.they :have'wKh'its'goodl'jfeatures'rW not,as 5.yet, been '*$*?e.*- it .:;.'A little further on thejCencounter i cry inland city -irt Florida; in;'bujine'and { . . ...., .., < .' her soii.-Mr: ,G, .E. ;Takaeh detea. petuation/Qf the,,forea' The practice
"fquainted (
iota
for One :
Willie Willie,,an Indian considered even" without protectio : :
population; mined to put in a crop of.cerery here .burning over the ground annually
(111 hoped: that at 'the next meetin very among his own people as a bad man. '\ against fire we will remain in the same For Waterworks Bond.. this season. The latter moved his tam destroy,; "el( -possibility 'of 'a''young

grower in the' county will. bjKp'resentand On their approach Willie attempted to' condition as we are at present for -- ', -- fly here: several weeks ago and pur-; growth: of pine! to take.the place!) pf the
subscribe his name.
dispute their right to pass in the canal years to come. While other towni populated Aa-ainkt;; chased a,plot of, land in the southwest mature timber, when?it I J Js cot. 'Moreover -'
by standing erect! In his" canoe with an with more progressive people will
A MONSTER/CD: ax raised over his head. Th.,' wo boys move forward into the place that is .I...rI. .- -- )- which he is tiling and.putting in: shapefor eipVISUywhite the f trees have bead/

were feeling themselves in a ticklish ours by all the right. which nature Seetloif4. Should the Uroano of laid bond a thorough test of its: adaptability boxed,'and destroy the vegetable covering
I be authorised .by the required two-thlrel. vote,
position, when another Indian pushed could beltow.e of the It has been demon.,
Measured Twenty-Seven Feet High then said bond.shall be iu4 according. to .law for-growing celery.Klselmmee' soil. ?
Willie's canoe to one side of the canal We refuse to believe that there are
is particularly .trated that e1deereaal,4h.
I' without delay" and the CounclTkbaU. before such J 'fortunateIn rep.ataCpr+
and Six feet' Around- Its Base. sufficiently for them to pas any appreciable number of our taxpayers Ueuanoe, provide by ordinance_for.,th* jrwxUraitetVnrof having been'eetected- by th...- good value of,the-forest jforrgrating purpos: .
_-4lesgrs.! 'L.-""A. Mlnx-.CO.' e"' on "Wi U. Willie is the Indian who shot who will vote against,a-bond issuer said bond at maturity and. ( r the. payment people as a field In which to enlarge 1 .

exhibition in their show window a spec.t at a party of Everglade surveyors'about The ordinance follow.: Section of the Interest That all upon ordinance'*am* ,or oleo, there. their dread} extensive farming. 'opera* In older to check the e3nuaifire evil'

t( men of careless weed that before Itwascut ,a, ear\ago He is considered; !, ; dangerous AN ORDINANCE: prortdln for the IUIUUM of.In conflict Herewith be. and lb..*am. .* are. tlona, aa they have both the means. ,and the report proposes a forest fire law fur'
) measured twenty-seven feet high when !ir nklng. i t ; by the Cityof KiwIteiMeof: Bead ,la ..... hereby" repealed. v ejcperience wjth which to command sac F oddswbich, will make lr unlawfu .aodpunishable
&tId'the 'Later'on in the afternoon the whole;) tale iunouata ice the ROTPOM - ' (-nd sjx feet around I Ito base, cssTheir Improved' methods )f01. ad'ne' toprlsonaaeaKJbr .
band of Indians camped on. a little ;:'Is\ . MunletpdffmtMnttC.\ WaUnrork. tend) forth*i Raw of Council. 4 iob eciliUsbnCteW Ike5large '
fetal
f person who brought it here stated the tYf abmlMkm. of u. sus tiou.ed such. iHoaao, to tl b."valuable both) ,, any fndrrkraal !corporation
their I "
man weighing 160 pounds had, climbed; land on which the Lee boys have '.a election of the qtulUMl electors of uldcltr.WIMreu. I. L! OILBEaTYCle -number of ethers--who. __...- to atari fires om. tand-fhelr t>wil.',

lip the,limbs .f it adiitanceof foctteenK hut-jJLessJhah", : ': hundred feet;separated iMMtettoa. and oparttlo' .of'- a, .. lt 1_of. .city.. of [lrlnnn.e' "' inginto the.'eleri business this fall forthe The proposed law also makes every owns,

?**.<.v- k., :. v. >. .- "'. x >c acThe jc--k: ."the two' .parties.a'jHflte' !About' JoVfcei6nglngWthfrles"the dark . ,- -- .. . " first time. ,.. ;;"ttk:1;, .Arabi&'foi""damager'ra0lttCr'fraa -[
weed was..only, aneightweeks"growth I l Willie WIi flred at -;. ,iMr.'Takach ia- deeply! Interested\ in the spread of fire, from hie own land.to -,

anti grew 'In a muck; "cornlfleld"forty 1 1t bullet''barely: held: : Mdiers7' Kissimmee and,.will make ri9quent.yis- that f another., 'Tbera-are' .Many bpportank .
a miles iwest of this city the missing the animal! and. passing within i, . ; Colony I ita here td'WatCIlderylbidwtr |'< the7progresaj oft, the features in the,,proposed law_ .

oIntJ' ventikfljrbueh' i j of a fell:feat \:itt ee1>f I *J O lePt| .., #%hlc she UhBks( irttji such.ae tMappolntM iatoljN..rdena.,
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tnjlarnV
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nrto: tn 4"acre.. h C$ nag growsrg, .. . GI'oportlon J... wa the '!# of) JI&rk..Hr! rs f'5onHfJocomo-'
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.' There seems to be no limit to theii revelry.: ,\ Sometimes they sang, then Items of'lnterest'Oatbered,. ; by Our Representative. , tlv. and engines and posting of Are
or Amount of 'vegetation the.rich muck danced and made the night hideous in I 'iri'1iteNow# Cloud. : notices. *.as
;Town of St. rppai
q : coneelvable'way. One 'of'their ... : I
thlsstate every the
will
lands"of producefor on . ,. Capture Mulberry.. The report further recommends. .::,
.', numerous occasions specimens of fruits, number was picketed In the""sawgrass r estabUshment of-state forests from tax..
vegetables and field have been near their camp. He waa armed with:, ' week' main with'UII. >A dispatch to phi Taotpa MorningTribune lands I and by purchase as.has .already, :
crops :Havjng( sent fo oui;, ljr jeport! ire : His estimable' wife and +
brought to-KIs.lmmee that' are so'far a rifle and reminedeonstsntljcmduty, ,: were unsblalto :'mentlon'uthe; ; plcoiic atSt son are also with him. . from- Mulbejite4tbj-] | !! ref* tL.n fjli---Wanyistates. In the "counT
his head and risi ?
only being' :
and beyond in size 'of any ever"eeen1nother shoulders Cloud .Thursday lastsyhilewewere : Mr. IV-l'Ager of Idaho bought a Wagotj'and ) says try a
pn, ,
states Jit l Is':Mways_ urI.,ilh a ble.TNeacitbeirAt7Yi'aala druvf ., unable to get there. 'early,fir?were1. horse and is hauling his olvzijtunber I $.:"Rev. J. B. Culpepper and his.: .sou. ''The forestsN.J'Jorida have laat'.ct, -_
"Y-ff."T'.I'L literally
v.f,::" .i trenien'eraahem gasoline pla.ed.tOsee t.r.klndf; plrlt. "..,nl.f..W .. -from-the-railroad to-build his hotiae. ,. urkea.e_ iaken..ljulb.rryfor lon.enIWi1nD1ihl.tate /; perhip. bq
:: .,as the statements are universally belonging to.the Lees And :sevitral toward our colony people', by thepeople ,Mr.. Jacob..Hotter.wifertrh live Christ Never: in Jilstcry.ofLthe: 'cause the.tat.'b.. been more gene rousljr :-

doubted byur>adtrs (fr other.statos, times during the,:nlght7Ui".1n lan beat ;of; Ktssjnamee;'and surrouniing up near the lak seem tb be taking solid town baa sot much nUiuaiaani been ; ndo'fIed'wtfh )aluabwrgrowth.The ..
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wouWbeiwenifoi-t bur upon it with pieces of Righted} wood.,ap- rtanifeat in a )''e.w..f( Fifty. we e forert"ple.erygUon
.temporaryMresidentr f fteed'of cot
: to-6reak..it..Dpen..By. country, and trustliwelpjay'iet{ : ; better comfort, as they ride about, tile country has
tryjag ,
parently ktsbdfehe5yeeletrliKetiq
> added a
to eait and this-speeinnen-,! lb4teI.o those
appare.t.la..tbe; pasW'Mt :
acquainted.. I understood quite number in their new rig. They don't appear to
are
for its like will poi be seen in the states the rarest: of chance and one In!aA'r"Iald.'tbj a bund .we" Inquiring for.Yank,)'Ned but be the least selfish, for I see their large number' coming: forward daily i who understand the present ,.conditions !

vtowbitbey flee. w edaJti; 3ruigdId'i14t"uiplodel: ]' failed to locate himt ,am more than neighbors enjoying a ride occasionally. At the close' of the temperance lecture i in Florida, and .In: other states should(be rr
ad5RYS fa )ji4ei! shackr.>rhi boys sotoodgroutrdytarme yesterday, delivered under the auspice '
alive to the necessity of taking'some'
gratified to know: that my writings are It's a fine'thing Florida's foundation I .
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WIC CTORY bf interest to outside people, and will be isn't close to the surface, for if It had tpdti8a'Id'bttt wTieTit""w C"Toceaa ri-
,and on bel. r..tnmslwattch-' Culpepper, more,.than five hundred men
r main )and provide foraegenersdoei'on;
'weirs.notVrnolest pleased to make; the acquaintance of been we certainly would have gonedpwn ;
anet.Iee"fbat down'the aisle
marched and
In( donned the
of the Valley GaaeWs.'readers. I stream but Tues.day lands that have already been denuded.
Fifteen Out of Twenly-OneXtninties; d; ah4 is' #Odie ptgraing tbOZ Indians any Monday night, whit4t ribboitbow. T* :
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; n---I.. Tb. their bresenta1tuail5
reperfr-egplalna I
have nelthei,the time lor }Incf(nation Jto the roads were In splendid shape.Mr. of--tM JDoei '
South Carolina.VoU..Out Whi's JywsV their departurei"the.'most ofth that prominent' "bitI. HideUil l, ao Mrw write anything for the public Xcan][ ., O. B. King and wl/e.pf/Oakdale/ ;
going-lntn'th.-rrgl.d.e' .fm t4 city iy r&aajeii.11epin '
'1Cltt-l.itoriiS. ". : : not endorse personally or that Is not reliable. Cal. here to locate aisoMr.Atudn'and { orri..r COn.idlrtion1ZI&tQt1ttl
are
"'/ C., Augart1LTheui: I I.. .. ... . 'L 111 ,' ,. -, aa are on the insignia of temperance, virtue
,Official returns from! the elections held Mrs. C.,L', Woodall WM:eaugd too Col-' j E.HI" wife of Edenborough, and.tru.UvThese meo.doMted in ;

in twenty-one 'of -the ,! ."_ timbaa.'Ga., last Friday sb'jytbl' l gram !''l',think 1 there were5 'at i... ; three;!iuh-) -. Pa.'who, '-have" :lived)in Klssimtnee! I sine* large. soms'of .trioney'fame WasslsHndV.fraying i-t Valle/Ca,. 'hcyug t etteVAjS.'Gilbert;:, a. received the. ;,'

counties of South Carolina today for the announcing .ih..a-IoUa.U.M,, 'ot< her Bred.people' :at picnic; and all:'seemed Jun4 tat,; -Jr' the expense of.that) meeting.'ifMr. ; $z\ Order Jfrdta'Jia!: Gloria Cuba this "'

-.purpose pit allowing the voters'of'each b(other,. Ety.tBtlbtJiUBli6..Qett ..onrAe to enjoy thi splendid"dinner!prgpax , M/,8 ,Conifer'- fj, .i>*s'::Hilli; week for some dry goods.- The order

jPeounty"; to clwose' be"tween"prohibTtfori i o'c oc trahT FridaT.andlMr.legramlront. ed also .the ice, water; ,, and' /limgnade, Ill I &IIf"n! ; ,,9(' SeymourTexas : Herman Schyader, .who. arrived! was from Mrs John Bogert, who states '
and the county dispntary! syatetn.lijdl- Woodill'rbeel t ',""tet her "lyhlcll'wap, freely provided! are. ere. .locatins! lard with the in' here recently froni "DelNorW;CoL:; boa: that'her husband has purchased proper-' .-:

, cate that the prohibitionists have'won aponlafIto1rriyal.Saturd.y srfr.-,.A., M. Wilkinson,,,kai leftj, jmr teotion of maid gtide theirpermanent; purchaae4 the J. N. Smith place 'aboatjmprfh ty at St._Cloud l ,_and that they will more.,
'victories In. fifteen of these;:COIUIU.... stating.bet ibroti erA,dte -.previous to midst and,moped ,1 into.his riew house! ,..InSti 'home,in the .near:;'fnturej.,''also,Messrs.. : 4':} alf(HnriDWaj. wherVwill !'f io"\h Yhai lot? +

Comple>e.re:turns from some' 'precincts. her ar ivaL'.The..ytnpathy of_her ClouVJrir ).- W. ,"-tljPyand: "+Ct p.ehBUCk4of.De.t1tnNebtp9dasr :. ngagjrfi (ar in| t'y.JU. ,, :-f', th:11r: ;i+'

not reported Jtonlght may change the ton *many friends kink':wur be extended; : .to D. ylr'enry, ikiieBcen3anllj'oy.( ,.henoted" :; _.a.-.M easii 4nlgldcy i.: $ch te '" atil .lft Golo dbii 'B!' -_. ,_. }I Sm .. 4

;. ''sultln't'wo'or-: "counties, but the. '':: \ the)ipas-p!!:t. ,, tbroersd .! 'WllIilin JTennl: bf'Pennayivanlla;;; '''J ,iCaUahanjf who.has Uvedlj.pi at the I \ ei Idwba Mt. the.old.Henry...Matthews} place M
probabilities. are that pro131bitIoni jjias.sfv. is building himself a boose and will rertlTl !- taq 1Q bas ski. gigk$ -'" Kissimmee.I : ". '" ' v>'. *
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I Applications .Granted and Much R. :,

(''CONTJACflR C;: )ud4'i BpILb : : .Routine Business Transacted. : _

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J'"w=; Does" General 'Gont.racting'and'B. ildlng' aQd-\ furnishes Est!. '". JCtsaiMMEE; FIX,..August-2, ,..'09. Mary, F. Seant."" JosephX.. ,'! tai th.w.Ta. .SS .. \ .. r"y PJ\ : S';

v J .rtes-on Structures of an siza or Dimehsi ns. Whether Th Board of, Courtly Commissioner eob Wilson Ad.rhold, ffe $ ntthPartin. S ,
Twb-fcoom Cottage TourM' HoteL in and for Oseeol* aunty met'in Tegtilar .. "
," It.be a ota : 'Thoma. \R.. Mpseleye Sarah -,_ ,0r% : ',
semion. on the above date there being Ratlvland l Francis J ane Willis Ie '\... ;::
a' ARTESIAN WELLS .. 1 fSx
Makes Specialty of'bbnng ;? present: E. L. t sley, chairman; Victoria Bass, Seleaty Melia ,John 'It'
:f In which iia has ,met witA)i the greatest soccersof K''t:;. D Ovel'lltreet..J. B. Walker J. Mary Tumblin.. Mattta E. Graham \ Nn 't I I' '

ay\: \iman *p,FlondaV. \ S. Straiten' c'otnmbeioneriid; P. A. Henry McLaughlin Meranda Allen : g :

: .' Vans hgnew, attorney for the Board 1, Woodall l. Levi! Prawdy,..Thomas John, Figur Lawns; Ginghams,
, dive) htm your work and '\\it .K1ssitili .Pt!la. and Arthur E.v Donegan, clerk. son. : i 0 w \\ f- \ *1*
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read _. 1-cJl s-IWaCes-and-Fmbr-oid-: -
----- -, and approved. I a follows' F, H. Jenkins 3M

, The following' bills were examined H. & R. revolver, C. C. Newton 32

i approved and ordered'drawn: special calibre & W.; W.; H. Savage/ ,. \ desirable 3g !
\ 1S K eries ,
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Bullock :
court costa. f 10 tI1. 38 special calibre S. & W. ,very
; Nathan ,_
C: f Prnratt. ipouotf .
eoaU iourt
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. SUNNY STABLES K F Pitvatt. eomnJ a ... eel Lamous; 38 S. & W.j; C. S. Acree''. 32 "
SOUTH ;
I C F . Martin rifle. )-
Vnwmlt. costs 't uIe' {6 I
..... lengths aibgreatly ( .
.v.tt.tl tmama \ ;J Treasurer filed receipt from TJ M reduce .g, '.
Prevail. semi, K subpoenas Praaweat.. l Xurphj, tr saaur.ero( the Hond i \ ,
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- L. H. .INGRAM. PrOPrietor. '" ., Harv' Attorncy* ,wltn pa .!$1 re,,1I t**"..' (",r.f,*,1."a.( Count: > .Special FundTr''aau . "X \ 6? ..

I A W C-">*1*. ..\\ii..".1' J...' G-IT: /.r also! reHrtwl| I fhahe had g pricesxat $ ", .
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}Ilr Alr( m .00 re "'\> il hr.flliowit.g! amounts in Onfol "
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: t''.:,, Livery, Sale and Hoarding 1yell \ ,1 C. F. /r"I i >-.. t.... '.. toot\ /| <* fun.JJ +: I ,, -:.

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0.2 I t I I. Drug i

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All-Kinds Donu hy irst-class'4i Workitn-n. )'|1"1.' ",", t., ,,v t I.,.. r.1.4,, |fI I :

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1) No JI "4 \ Ii..' i 1) t ., Hi- :ii 1 HI'JJ1Ic/I'k; l 1\1t1 I Pine Lumber. "

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We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work:'!i I j:S. ..D.'o.r HHII! filed his.- "poll tax tale repastlah'twug I I what I' im Wad:i'jt a lhrndynu'7..ntll; ctw"mpy"p'J1,int..ri'StfcJ,. .in the I I 1 .

l the amount of $18 lo have niaLli-r Mr j J. M Willnon, Jr.. owns I

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--- -- - -- 11'act i ii'irml Se :L7: Hit ni nil an HOUSE SILLS A SPECIALTY ..-

. atAt.ak 18tdk. A a&.A.'" A "",k tilt .tla .1k stir ark A. .z... <'a rfV ,K41.I4" dGROCERIESI I I I .'Iht pay' roll was examined, approxed outlfLtotV' faljvay: son- 1 HiJ feet 1 l 'x,V.v (RitlrtORXAtI< , ani'r-varrant' orrt"rr" drawll in favor of '
Mia/ i-i! "' U >n 'line, lid ha i HHOcSvjo !

GPU W,..Ov *rlreet: ! of oic' of the graves there, I.. .

0 ''V A.titon 'f I t. ':it ixl .1.I Joi,.c/! ha< charge of another to fret

Shoup I..m"':!Y 37 till to_winch h," has hi1 1, I tun., and again Kissimmee Wagon Works
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A.thur H'arrun 71447 ,
Flllt Suin .nItiidolph ". 1\ ZSV tee Jj.1!". 1r.,"'1'he piOt{!oicd roaj runs OPPOSITE ClHtI TI\. OHUUCH -A
I. A.hf inWmlt ... 20.OJIwrly by> my l I.t\ i for' s" verul hill: I el J feet of *. .'
WafttnJim ...: 21 2) Under New Management with Thorough Experience and ,
Up-to-Datq
which} I ntn wtlllnjf to deal' my shunWi -. *&
S I t ..... ClornmonnTl N r ,cal, :MI rhi. late Mayor Camih| 'll .. Blacksmith Wheelwright and Horseshoer. .S
(J HirvvyOrvull :, 161,1 I x:'
AllnmACla L'!' yi ovn.'JlUi[ ]P "lwly] lie, built a wharf ------------- '"

i,.._, I None hat the Best Sold.iR.S..Floyd&Co. fa.Dt .., a\'laoa .166 1"" Lb.I I Ili<<- or. Mr Mallng's land AnHir All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing k "\ ,

I' O J ifr.rtley N.duh.. 111 r.. 1'Tnail j.. ... | ;; ,t liiiPillit, I aid| his Bucn'asora a SpeciaJtv._._ r-1* r;.
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) Hardy Davln \v s I' 'r twnnty years I hose been ALL WORKI GUARANTEED TOSATISFY.: .i

. Dt O B Hulllvan; \. i e' j irunKj.; this prtipi; .rty to (pll') lake -- '- .; ,'_
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M Slmn"" I ,IH) I i"t"I''d, in I (;.", 'alh",," I r : 25C ', an, .ntitR.d l to lm\, opened "J"n110't - - -- -- '

L liar) .' It H) I octii! "n lint mill I tilpc/ you I.nlt.'m..n ,1--

9'Ar y...I S- 1\/, ..4. v V"V. V''Ir 'ee'iT 'tr' 'V' V"V. Y "V' ..,..ll J I I 1)W Pqlkcr Gale: hM.oJln" nal HX"" 'r."'i will oiriMili' the' appliclil ion favorably 1I iVfrs..Tress.
I TTourt, truly
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I Fail .nlllvan', ..7 The Board of CuJnty; Commissioners, y ,

= K llySlspenders[ 15to50c ; O..sell A II manO ,-"I JiMl (;.nth.m.n' : : rI t.hln. Tu know.._beromoasnnrt every. _, Confectioneries, Cigars N:
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7 W Ovwnlroot t Oil I Permit me to ia> with regard l to the c.al''ln'I'oduolnN' U Weamspa.,. bleu n..r Tobacco Stationery

' Tim following "pi-iulun applioalionii proM| >Htil l mail l from Section 27to tho ha.and..ntlablo ,In L2 yen",. we
I.enme Souvenir
ealw4 f'nU' Post
Ferry'
were examined" and) approved: James I Sugar Belt Railway : I own thin Fractional Ftaaa and man the nsultn "t our rant
Viking Hosiery form. Women and .j f'E. Bishop, J. M. Gardner, Abner Section and need an outlet to the r.alalo".nd For ale ev.rywIwue..profit.. 'by our Road rlnereuce.our aloe (IEtc. CnrdSej';
8en..ft-oe on......... Address .
l Children 6 paVtfl.OO. James! Wright, Edwin A. Barne", Peter, : railway as applied for, along the section D:Y.fERRlI to.. DE1'k9R MICN Fine Box Candies a

:.... : D. Outlaw, France H. Warren, James linoI ,
it: Ros er Graves, Nancy E. Brown, Robert -I -understand that Mr. Drought is M. Wli.LSONJjH.1' "

Ill': ." No Better Goods on the Market at These Prices. Wilson Simmons., Jeremiah Walker : willing to give' Ins share of the land required J. .

Thomas J, Bell. William S. Harw and, belieVe that it runs nearly - 4I1

William Slade, William A. II'1 half its length through his property. HEALTH. N AND.nvllMNB VITALITYMOTT FILLSThCfr \ NOTARY PUBLIC . ) : ,I J ]

THE CASH STORE Joseph E. ,Tuck Stephen Johnson Vir L. J. Jones tells,me that it would be | .l Iron. ttttl totito. rrKtrtrntiTe for men i STAT AT I.AHGH. \ -- "&

: 11 ginia Etta McKee Elizabeth Jane Davis of much benefit to. him and save him ft and build 1 women.up the pradntenYiui'fmiith ayntem and! renew. and the vitality normalviator Real Estate Agent: /

Matilda Crewe, Starling, Fur ae) br'jilHiffirlKt qr br mail $1 1.00 per -
Phoebe
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_, .-_ A GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. F.OR'WOMEN .
Aft Imitation/ of lb* FRONT RANK...upportdi. '
8 .s'8 ITEMS OP INTEREST' GATHERED PROM THE by Ut.mn ,' San Juan Garage "* NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED IN THE" STATE, : Ida Young Men t A Cortege Ithoul a p.r.ll.l in the Poutb.'of.
.0.0. ___ Thorough,' Cyaraea Lending to D.gree of. 8. A.,. demuannmsnu M and diploma m th* followingB
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t I. .Ja.1l.A.,Jt.eo.v q&t I"'L..*.. 1. A.Cnn".or'UWralAr.. : .' "
ORLANDO FLORIDA Mr. J. Y- Long 76 year of agar died I The Crystal River New has changed 111 Arta soil 18clno; Aftlanltutal' Gbe niloal' n..11.. .Hnhnol. of Indiixtrlal Arts .. '1
Clyn, 18'I.I..I.n4: Nrcb.nio.l Kntfowrln! 11 A Krhool of glee Art
-- ,' In: Fort :Myr on the 12th.. management, and it la thought Col.: J. Law Normal School IV. A Hchool of Rxprmilon 1
te ; Urm> "
S .. .. S' ; A Kchool for'TMtbn.No f
of editor
is the ,
Ni .' .N\Na\NaaaN. F B. Clark filling position Kxinutm: Kietfdlviily Low.. For caUlortl. tuition. Older *xpnM* Vi7 low. For' . .
A large cooperage plant is soon to be although his name .does. not appear at write&0' farther luformation. "-**; ' "
,,8 Agents ,for Studebaker 31.\ J. "30" 'S : in operation at Lake.City. . the,head.of the paper. A.
+ A. Murphree, A. M.. ''L L. D., Edward Con ra cI .' M. A., Ph. D;, ;

-.!* and. Studebaker Flanders 'An* --:- PRHSI EI'CT. "
will build PRESIDENT
A lodge of Eagle ha been'erganlzedJn Fort 7dyers a packinghouse f .
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. touo nes.' . } Lakeland with seventy members.' 33ttc250' feet at-a cost of $25,000. It will

"" I #0 .. e "" The 1909 state-and county.tax levy of be Southern fashioned California after!, the,,and packing will contain houses ........................ '/1

for Putnam county has'been fixed at 22 only modern appliances'( :...ROL-LIN'8 .
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General Repairing by .ExP tt.: Mc-\ . . OLLES E-
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'. chanics. 'Full Lineof Supplies. '. ; G. W. Piflfee; who was traveling by. FLORIDA'S OLOE9T COLLEOJB :
rn7 The annual convention of the state from South Florid
private
conveyance College Academy and Schools of Music, Expression' Fine. .
t*%...%..*.%%._.m.m,* \ W. C. T. 11. will be held In Plant City to,hi* home in Hot Springs Ark., wa .,Arts, Domestic and,Indystnal Arts, and Bus.lness. :.
on November 30th. ._ drowned in the Suwannee >tv*$ last ..
s S --- week swim. .., Carnegie Hall and third meta if dor'mitorv now' .oomplet d'; electric ., .
t Office, 'and Garage in Rear of Jan: Juan Hotel 1 : while taking a .":'s ?_, lights/ steam and furnace heat; largo faculty; perfect health '
The Commissioners of Putnam county --"-'- .
\ conditions; floe gymnasium athletlo fields, boatlo.r.eool, courts,
\. have ordered plans and specifications The Arcadia Champion has given notice /golf links; baseball: ; football and basketball teams champions of' . \,
for a new court house. of an increase in its advertisingrates Florida in 1MM Nearly a quarter of mlllian dollars endowment; -....
.... '!.t made necessary by the growth | expenses moderate; scholarships available Christian but upde t
VVVVV IVVVVVVVVVV nominations!; stand forCHARACTER
The state and county tax levied by the its subscription list. The increase will

.t,1 Commissioners of Jackson county for be effective September let. CULTURE CONDUCT'. .

the 1909 is 24 mills iZ
e '.' year. . For Catalogue Address the President:
Mr..John L. Bowen, 78 years of age,
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has a Win F. ; Ph.D. Winter Park Flo
Bloc.kmo'U" 2
Brooksville new brick factory waa found dead in bed at the home of .

Reaay Fort k'e ready 160,000 for bricks operation. day.Jt has a capacityof Mr. J. B. Sauls in Wauchula on the ..... ...................... .
per morning of the 12th. He was the grand- .
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Florida baseball league has decide -
The
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J< ."to close the series of games now The $4,000 annex to the Hemando John 'B. Stetson University -

being played* on September* 11th. county high school building is nearing LINCOLN HUUEY. .... D. Lift. D. IX. D. PraaUeat -

old \.... I, completion; and will be ready for \Use by THE BEST SCHOOL %S& FOR YOUR CHILDREN .
The Commissioners of Polk county at ; the time of opening.. Hemando county > .
BEND TREE TO STITSONl
their August meeting'approved the has one of the best. high. schools.. in the 49 ProfeawMr and instructors College ot Liberal Art
claims of 169 persons for IItatepenslons.The ptate. .17 University BulHloB College of Law .
28 Acre Campus Coll.K. of Technology
600 Acres of\\ Muck LandSameas Women's Town Improvement Association The summer home; of Mayor Clark 'of Ml Student Last Year College of Business
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of" St. Petersburg haa purchased -: Bartow located at the Springs was .151. Endowment Preparatory Academy
IS.*** Volume In Ubrary Normal and Modl School
Stct a lot and will erect a building of struck by lightning one day last week. SI*.***.** Pip* Organ School of Mechanic Arts s
Up Into their own.Exporta. Ijittle damage waa done but a negro 1* Large Laboratorlea for Science School of MtmteUnmirpaated
rd-Cut -_ i servant who was in the house at tha General Equipment School of FIn. Art

of lumber naval stores cotton time turned white.Trafnmaater ......doreherim l.reers meee ed .ea_ Cmfuli edl.lnatr.tl.a. ee.Asr.s s..Uq
Five Acre Tracts. :LrUdr **d.o4 mnmiim red ii.t. For e ulm.*r rinrm, for "--'r for i iJO r..m ._.. '.., aa.... .
and tobacco from the port of Pen- .
N B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. DlAND. FLORIDA.
for the month of amounted W. E. of the
f sacola July Stephens ...
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I to $1,743,316. F. E. C. Railway died in St. Augustineon ==

\ Tuesday of last week from the effects EiLILBERT1 I

( ; There is a movement on foot to erect I of a fall of fifteen feet the day be-

a pier in north Seabreeze, and it is understood fore from the coal bins of that company -

Just cast of Klsslmmee city limit!> on lt300 has been subscribed.to- in New Augustine.At .

wards the plan. CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
clay road. This land was selected the municipal election in Crystal t

The contract for a $7,000 modern River: last week Quitmon Hay was reelected -
by Capt. Rose now State Chemist, packing house at Florence Villa has city marshal, and only one vote Plans and Estimates Furnished

when he wnsJn charge of the DI!>iH- been let to W. F. Boyd It will be lllx was polled against Mayor Stephens w r
and the general belief is expressed thatit
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- ton drainage 'op ratlons. It Hew-at 0----"\ was east by his opponent: ------A.G-e-fT., FORTh -

A new an'f'commodious hotel ia being
the north end of, and drains Into constructed in Labelle a small town'orty Mrs A. Merwin aged 91 years, diedin
Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage, 60,000' to I
miles the Caloosahatchie river Palatka on Monday of last week. He
Lake Tol ()pemllga. This line body from Fort Myers.Up was one of the oldest citizens in the i 1.6OO.OOO gallons per hour.
state. Washington Irving adapted the Gasoline Engins 2 td 50 H. P. Steam Engines, 5 to 200 H. P. '
of trucking land will be on the mar Boilers Any Size.-
The first bale of sea island cotton of life of Mr. Merwin to the character of
Stamped Metal Shingles Ceiling and Outside Walls-Any Design.
received in Sa- "Ichabod Qrane" in his "Legend of
ket the this ycrU growth was
just as soon as surveyors I
Hollow.
I vannah on August 7th. It wa grown Sleepy "

can complete the platting. in SuwanneeCMlnty.. IRON FENCES AND MONUMENTS; :

i Reports from Sambel are to the effect __nO __ ._. .. .. ___ ,__ .
I I The: A. C L. will run an excursion ].that the largest crop "of vegetables ,:

NNNaa.aaaNNa from Tampa and intermediate points to known on the island will be grown there ...... ,...... - "" .. "" "" "" "" ,....,
Fort Jdjreron the 24th. j, the coming season": If the truckers'ean
I Ii -. i only get the prices they want, it will tMIL MAOM,, ae.rea T MAOM,

LJIvL.wiLLsoN3.JJ'ESTATE Decided steps have been taken and certainly be a prosperous year'for them. : .

i 4 i :, the ehanoe are, now better, than ever -Fort..lrfy'ra! Press-- ., "_ i, MACH BROS: . .
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REAL AND INSURANCE On Tuesday afternoon of last week ''t
vi e At An early date.
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Worth Newlan the 12-year-old son of: I Livery Feed and Sale Stable. I

Johny Williams, a former citizen of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Newlan of Dowling ,_ ,

-- Suwannee county, was shot to death at Park was struck by a moving train on WOOD---DRAYINQ , '
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... ..,;nvc our..,. ., ... "" ., .. our.., 'V"V" . ., "U" 'V"'Jk>IF1 Cypress. man
: deed baa not been captured, I and crushed beneath the wheels, death | Everything is New and FIrst-Class. We will I
KI& SIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. ] | resulting in! a few minutes. '
NORTH
4 (> Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service (,
t I The Board of County-CummUisianers .
All Kinds
< i The canal system extending along the Day or Night.
241 -
of Jackson county approved applications
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C. W. Griffin I for state pensions at its August i| east coast of the state is alntont completed K' Heavy Hauling. ..
; there being less than three miles
I session-145 for men and 9S for wom4."n.The AT BCAMAlM'S' OLD STAND. PHONE 113.
of land separating the two end. of the .J'I
I dwelling and its consents of Mr. j inland waterway. The canal will extend a1 h n \

. Fancy Fattiily Groceries i frbm Mayportt the mouth of the .
Wauchuta I
S. K. Dupuis in was destroyed ,
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f by fire last week. The building was St. Johns river to Key West
1* h rffc A.rflr.rfl.soaiA.Ad-
Fresh Me.ats.Delluery insured Jot $900 and the furniture for cr/h1AdAtlk.tJa "
$700. There is considerable discussion being IDEAL
J it Every Day at any Hour. t.rooalle Solicited. 4J -- indulged in by the citizens of Manatee FERTILIZERS I IBESI..a'

euAualrederradre eti-,ernred1l .m.a aa a ed I After twenty-four years of ."rvlce.twenttwo county anent the building of a free =
: of which were spent in Sanford bridge connecting the town of Braden- ,

_N Crvaf Barnes, agent of the A. C. town and Palmetto", and the project I I. i
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O O O L., will retire to private-life on the 1st b.ingopposed by the Manatee Recorcand' 'u. .1
To |gain a place on our reguli1Ii' a formula not 'only product e t
of Se. -. >.r. supported by the Manatee River, results but reiult wltb a PROFIT.. The userTofertlllzeroonslderse'' i .
J''oumaL = the effect on his pocktrtbook-tbe REAL remit. ;

St."Clo'ud Mercantile t'oJ.A711 Mrs. Aside Jane Peterson ran away IDEAL FBRTILIZER produoe. the right ettect. for 1*work* wltb Nature. .j r
4 The of each class of "
vegetation
from her bnaband l in St. Petersburg, Mr. Gillman Williams of Crystal River preference for'Its source of
food studied well .
plant IB carefully a* a* the proper vroportlon 14
taking her young child. It i* generally requested a friend going/ to.0 New York /give perfect balance-DO lack, no ..*....i, V, "
CLO.. D.. FLORIDA supposed ab* left in company with a manChained to look out for a cottage for sale, something With proper application of proper food vegetation. outgrow diee .t
., "Voa Olilen.AI . cheap, as he wished to take his i and Insects to a great extent, and being: itrontr and vtgorous,'pro- .'r
vacation in that city. His friend wrote I duoe fruit that U pleasing( to the eye and palate and brine financial
THE NEW STORE return pleasing to the - -
/grower.
: : COLONY: f lorfg*of nee' and Accepted, Mason him that he had located cozy little six: Do not lose the maximum profit due 'you by using poorly balanced ,

rt '." //XQ <- < has b.*i\V&iii>ed at Masootto. tar Lake story cottage that could be bought for plant food from Improper cource. IDEAL stand for PROFIT. ;
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installation of 'officer' $719,000Zaah. <
the *
county !
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Call on d Our'locah agent ,,- _..1
;J Groceries and General Merchandise waa made the Occasion. of a great pub -0 .

. i- 1 Cj.demQnllt.t.ion. .. The cultivation of the eucalyptus tree WATEItS_& CARSON GROOERY -CO., / '
in Florida is receiving some attention .
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The Polk' County Record' that I just now,and It has been proposed that 1 .j.r
Y" Saves money on everything' !,:'want.. : say extensive in.the lower part of
you you Dr.;F. M..Wilson of UtaVvclty sent to plantings oomerOF ;iiiizer
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its office collard. that "aae' bt and ahalf the state'might become as profitable to Wilson &- Co Flrieiw ne.
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before elsewhere.
'See buying "
: our foods I feet high and requests air-doubti the investor. it has proved in Calfor- .

Y Money saved is money made. Don' I ers to call and see it. nia with where unusual the vigor.a tree. thrives and grows L;...,...". 'V' 'w 'u 3r1gtyr1r-...,..". _...'vr". ____.


It away.rRICrLV. 0 The board of trustees of Flagler hospital
. gJ.hrow: St. Augustine have founded a'' result of the motion made by;
training school for nurses A certain! 80n. C. Massey special counsel forth Malsby Machinery' Cos*

CASH Ii! number of selected pupil'will be received .! Railroad Commission, before JudgeW.

on probation.. B. She >ard of the United States 22 OCEAN ST. . . . . JAC SO/VILLE, ..FL.A.J;
OOOOOOOO OOOO district court far the northern districtof

-. Governor Gilcbrlst has pardoned M.Henry Florida, at Penftacola re eutly.Judge Portae and Stationary 1Iorlli.: .fii
',' I' has Hon. Emmett ,SawXMtll/ Wood-workfag Machio ..
appointed
"' Cohen former major of the first Sheppard
'e Shingle Mills, Lain-Mill, aD4. 's S
jLOWB.: S. battalion of National Guard Wilson of Penaacotaaaexaminer to take '
SEEDS W.. HAR\Vat infantry criers! line of upoll.. Comp1eM'of''''''
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.... YBOBTABLB of Florida,'and reinstated him in his position testimony to be given byHhe Railroad I toe carried In stock. for immediaM 'i'" ..
+ f> BY MAIL. ORDER. from Which he was removed by Commission of Florida in the L. &: N. shipment Sold on easy (arms "
REAL ESTATE
w.will ihlp*njr order Maef..-rmlT4. \
I TESTED 8KJtH! ONLY-Pp.o lallahis la : court martial several months ago. His three-cent rate case. This testimony-

,BURPEE'So ABED CO.7'I'M' 8eds Oc:. That. St Grow.1'WALTON JactMi-- Notary Publict Lai'ge' offense'wa obeying. orders from Governor will be presented just as soon as aiiate ,. will. pay Postal you. will to consult bring our u*'beforbuvlcr. sales"k -,+

.ri Till. Florida. Broward in violation of those lan be arranged between theeounae? Jao. Write for lllutrat. oatalorn ,.. itlnd
pouurySupp9s.- ,Rmdl**.Ia**<'Iold...Writ Ofllc over Robenon' Pharmacy. given him by Adjutant General Fosterv for the railroad and the counsel for the prlc.. : ,
f< for, ,.CaUlogu.. ... r' "I 1 .r KI8SU4M'EE.- '. Ssnford : ,' ", ,., .. Commia io .Titusvillc Stwv e w O..er. %Mes A.--'S'(' ..L.-W-. Eagtw Butlers ref.. Kllkr
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I i<' (Gazette --------- -"-The-'RumseJIer,,-* verness are so thoroughly, : aroused as'toth Portable.TlT r- ) springs dispensary'I "" operating States and some in European' countries. I
The Jtissiromee j '
Valley . I' *'importance 'of THE; CONVICT the drugs 'sufi Tiny- various, forms of. stealing! .man. ...i
, , The following<> short story, copied from Y ,establishing the route room and al) necessary- slaughter murder t{nd' assault to murder .,
/ between Tampa and Jacksonville in the gical implements and' other equipment
The I/eople's'tleferenee' Book, publishedin"l repre8ent"'m r than'one-half of the NJ
,. PJIII"JSB D'JVJt'RY'f'RJDAJ.' : \90; fits the path! finding and endurance jrun inaug Speech Delivered by Governor ( and supplies incident to a modern, first-
so aptly Ration.now Most of the commitments -
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commitments. :
Office in Valley Gazette Building,) urated by the Tampa7Timeethatto induce class hospital.: ir..
1IlFlpJ.'lda.that it is here christ :
on murder and.
going repro- at Spokane. ,Wash. for manslaughter,
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K18S1MMEE.03CEOLA COUNTY..FLA. duced as-an editorial:, For some people !1 the largest number of contestants to ,, *'The lessee.; shall l establish l such rules the

',," cold facts and figures have little meaning choose the Brook vil1 -Dunnellon-InV't'r- The following speech. 'waV< and regulations for' ,the Conduct, .andmanagement ,as8aul 1,froTOiealousyand, ..Jnurder.among flghtingamong.themselvesVv (legroesrq

sr W. B. HARRIS, E lt ena'Proji'r ,,but the most ignorant can readilysee i ness route, the *I itizen\ of each of thesei by*Governor Gilchrlst before th Of said hospital' as may be result iI

W1. . .-. =- :=: -=assE=sai = 'after ,reading the following >dia :i places are arranging to pffer,a cup to 'al] Prison Association of the- prescribed'by-the Board of Commisrsioners _: convicts In our "'rl
r be given:! to the driver which p,888elover ,States at Spokane!, Wash, Aug. of State Institutional;" "There The employment '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: logue, the baneful effects of whisky. ,It sofa onflicted with the'
. .. .. .... .. I this Voute'and first in at Jack- ". Hhall be deducted from the amount; state hasnot
,f. "'On.copy, oi. year, ua ,W JO la an irrefutable argument, and should< checks: !: } \ : At
. 9Qllr. employment of free laooj% present
N I On.copyx, .months '.;.; be the home tin sonvife.. -The plans are not completed, President 'and'members dueT by the lessee, "the time lost by ; ; :: .
of-every an slate
posted'up .the
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1 All eommunlcmtloM.' accept from; our author. prohibitionist: .. 'I but eac, > /town will,raise $50; a' total of National! .' Prison"' Association/ >a| each mate of sald-' hospital.) The there Is'not enough farms ,
ItfA eorre pondenta.mint ba ilirnxd by the wrlbirlacud i $150, and either for lessee "all of conductingand necessary for the twpentine", /1"1{
United
purchase one States-As Governor '
expenses
4, cup. pay
individual in Is
matter"Mnl dot U xttWmed unleM_ Every society expect and. saw mills,;the).industries -
X d for. _' 'i, $150, r offer two or more to in Chairman of of State mainta 'ng said hospital" ThesGommissi0nerolsAgr.iCultura phosphate mines ,
" ; <> . .. _ ed to contribute something to, Its advancement ,/ cups ; the-Board' j
.r which are altogeth-
t, *" ->I'f -- elude second" d .third selects a (in convicts
place contest stitutions of the :State. of Florid '
) Entered .t th. Po U>mc In Kl almm_ Fla..uoondcUu and interest. We Remember ,, emplctyed. After the eviration of their ,1|
ants. / at'1pe central-hospital hos ,
7 mall m.ttr. Board has' full supervision of the physician or.
read of
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years a com- -
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t ........-- _- .- 'C -.- '-':;=--" -=- menwhounited themselves affairs>of the State, and as pitals.-'- \? sentence, many of the \negroes ,empbO3mePUn I
pay.offtrade What" a fplendid thing is .thoughtful.,.,. Mm ..turpentine.farmsian.: ; .: :
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oiv had to relate/ what* he could contribute lavishly at times. This is their my privilege and )pleasure to wh "' Kissim'mee, the City of Gardens to its if you in reference'to the prison and sewerage system for sanitary more .
/;, support. ; right j they owe no man anything. It A turpentine hand makes.
First the blacksmith 'forward tions of our state.- at hid I<< n expense the
" came j J would make you feel good tq form an as-' purposes $2.60-per day :
And the"Jacksonville ball team !is atif' As of know Florida to decide from $1.50 to
\ aid Mid: ,ksoefation or be one by yourself, to help many you Commissioner of Agriculture relmr"school fqr"boy0J / the foot of tfie column. "Otntl i, 1 wish to become a member the tinues what is known as the the question of the practica 'lity" Asa We have a :
.' yjii i poor boys and girls Jx>, the public \ I and girls in which'theyare given acerj
, == = ofjyour/ association." - j I school So many would gob but they need system.d'to Our prisoners are now matter of fact, bathing facilitiep are tain amount of education, and at which ,.,
,injured.018 "' "Well what can you do?" j I suitable clothing! and books. An idle, Ignorant a strong company owning established at- every camp or ; them.
! trades, are taught ,
"Oh, I-an; iron your, carriages, shoe, I class of young Americans will hundred thousand acres of timber At each camp a consider that the Indeterminate >
I do not
/a this That is a record that should I operating saw mills and &tOCkade'1, For one,
year. turp for
' youn horses and.make all kinds of im- J influence your children. It _would shall be maintained sentence 'Would work wellin
;, guarantee their continued use farms. While using most of the '
i \ for the '
ficient
vegetables
, = plements. ;i pay fn dollars and cents for every citizen our state, especially where .such a,
. = --. "Very well come, in Mr.Blacksmith." to try to help get every boy and girl oners, they sub-lease some of All the camps "shall be, built- and of convicts are ne-
The..funny. in Massachu } large roportion our
war game The for'admteslon) IntcJ"the of ] be employed in phosphate! mines maintained plans and specifica
mason applied schoorage to the school. Many upon '
a
: it is well to
instances !!
?:.r aetta was postponed forty-eight hours turpentine farms and Jn groes. .In such ,
society. I life would be sieved. The school saw tions approved by the Commissioner of
" It should have been indefinitely post.:,, "And what can you do, sir?" I not be the ideal place, but it i is better may This company Wns pine lands, Agriculture and the Board of Commissioners have.number a certain of sentence-months fixed and a to certain be.taken -. -:<..
)'t before It'was ever begun. per year
poned mills and "
turpentine farms
"I can build your barns, houses, stables than'the street or loafers'bench for the .. of State' Institutions; Provf- tbeir'sentenceon aceountof
L and bridges" :, young,-D >So to County News. the state.:; Should it become sion is made for securing full description from
That six J'-Jd) boy in New York good behavior. addition to this, there', -
Yf' "Very well, come in; .we can not do 1 their own business is of sufficient of the prisoners, marks photographs -
who fatally stabbed _hm brother In a fit is always the chance of a conditional
portions to employ all the
without When the be made to and other means.
you. people can understand
'::: : of anger will develop into a first-rate |I leased pardon, There are probably not over _
them. will
by
live. Along comes the shoemaker, and says, ,: that it actually costs inore in They "The lessee shall enforce such regulations '
murderer and thug if permitted to I four or five full pardons granted a year,
sub-lease
probably some-of'
"I wish to become a member of time and to travel over for the
=" =*=-.--.= your money ; a poor as may be prescribed, conditional pardons being granted on
. A negro woman in Louisville ate five society.. I road than it ooes to travel over a good of can give you no more authontive health humane treatment and safe condition of continued good behavior.

watermelons and then died. This is "Well, what can you do?" I one, they will be less inclined: to begrudge the restrictions imposed upon custody of the prisoners.. The wardens, Such a pardon restores the right of cit-
I of
the first case on record where eating "I can make boots and shoes for you "I the expense of good roads, and ,. than leasse and the lease system captains and guards shall always be izenship.We .
It "Come in, Mr. Shoemaker; we must what M more important stiU., will be by quoting from the subject to the'approval of the Commissioner -
that fruit has ever injured a negro. made with the have a system of inspection by
have you. I willing and anxious to put the business lessees :This of "
suit Agriculture. Any guard
is their :
long which the camps are inspected once in
that
In turn all the different trades andprofessions of road making into the hands of intelligent -' provides the prisoners shall not shall be removed upon his request.

., The announcement is made that fortunes applied, till at last an individual I men who understand the business. worked or made to labor nor before Heretofore the state has been leasing everyone make or thorough two months.reports The, showing inspectors
rise or after sunset, more
,o will be spent this year in procuring l came in who wanted to'become a Poorly"constructed roads are the expensive hours on one day, 'or be all of its prisoners including the the condition of the camps and report-:
any
perfumes. That wont affectour member. things that curse a country district.. old and the recommendation
new work infirm. Upon all grievances.. It is also thendutyto
the Sabbath ing
on Day
people. The girls here are so sweet ,"And what are you? Palatka News. of the Commissioner of .
- . _. Agriculture recommend, without charge, suitable
"I "No prisoner shall be
don't have'to use perfume. am a rumseller. J - - and of the the
they Governor, legislatureof persons for pardon. In our climate it
"A rumseller! and what can you do?" Any town with proper advertisingand leave the stockade before sunrise, and directed .
1909 appropriated $50,000, is more or less absolutely necessary that
It is pretty tough on poor little Greece "I can build jails and prisons and poor boosting can get up a small-size must be returhed by sundown; the Board of Commissioners State a large body of criminals should not be
when ouch mighty as Great houses. boom, but unless there is a solid, sub- : ed, that the prisoner, if he so '
powers
Institutions to purchase not less than huddled together in a close mclosure.
Britain, Russia France and Italy unite "And is that all?" stantial backing to it, it will suffer in may make satisfactory terms with 500 acres, suitable for a penitentiaryand At present. they are' divided into 41

with heathen Turkey to force that brave "No; I can fill them. I can fill your the end. There i is no boom on in Kis- lessee, and work overtime; the corn-1 state prison farm. The Commis- in which houses are built surrounded -

'., little country to bend the suple knee. jails with criminals your prisons with simmee, but its growth in business and er to receive -compensation sioners were directed to withhold from camps by wooden palisades or walla.
--. --_.-- --. convicts and your houses with pau- population is steady safe and sure and the conditions to be approved '
- -- ---- -- poor tease all females, the aged diseased There are really 41 state penitentiaries.
The heat makes a man crazy in Illinois pers. because this section offers more and the Commissioner of Agriculture." crippled deformed and all other prison When the lease system is discontinuedit

and he kills his wife. In Kissimhiee And what else can you do?" better advantages than any other portions As a matter of fact, the pri ers who in the discretion of said Boardare will, of course, be necessary to consolidate'lhem -

these nights we threaten our "I can bring the gray hairs of the of the South. We have here the are usually given certain tasks, not suited to perform manual labor. all into one, two or more

spouse with dire vengeance if she doesn't aged to -the grave with sorrow; I can I three main advantages people seek- of whom finish them easily by This will serve as a nucleus for' the farms. Every possible effort is made'

pufcover enough on the bed to keep us break the heart of the wife and blast health climate and productive soil. of each week, in such caseshaving state penitentiary The number of to protect these unfortunate convicts
warm. the prospects of the friends of talent urday either to work for pay or to ; I *
prisoners now handled jn_Florida ranges I from mistreatment.. .. -..
-- ---. and fill the land with more than the In most'cases they all complete
WHITTIER HAPPENINGS from 1700 to 1750. The death rate is I. In Florida short torch convicts sentenced -,
We fail see"that the of plagues of Egypt. work in time to have Saturday
to passage 12.60 in 1907 to 11.30 in 1908-per thous 1: by local courts are leased out by
the "tariff that paupers people" bill "1s that all you can do?" noon. and. In ipost cases the prisoners die i i the County Commissioners, and the
I .
- -- has impaired President Bill's golf play "Good heavens!" cried the rumseller, llejns of General Interest Sent in -.. The contract provides that the from the effect of diseases contracted i I I terms and conditions prescribed for their
He beat his brother Charlie "to "is not that enough?" see "shall furnish each and
ing. a by a Gazette Correspondent every prior to entering the state prison. This care, treatment and use vary greatlyand
-- - --- -- -
frazzle" on the links at Beverly, Mass., - -- ---' I' prisoner comfortable quarters and -death rate is less than what it is in are very irregular. In some ef the

Saturday.Two What $10 Did. Whittier and her people are well satisfied ing, good and comfortable clothing' some insurance companies in which of counties a reduction of time is allowedfor

. Mr. Brown keeps a boarding house. i with present existing conditions. cluding bedding and blankets, course they pick their members The good behavior of the convicts, whilein

,. of scabs numbering Around the table sits his wife, Mrs. Refreshing showers equalize the temperature some food, and when any of them U. S. census of 1900, Vol. 3, page others there is "no such reduction. In

1,087 have arrived in Pittsburg, Pa.:,'to Brown; the village milliner, Mrs. An- so that excessive heat eontinuea be sick or disabled necessary 56, registration area U, S. embracingthe some counties it is required that decent

take the place of those on strike in the drews; Mr. Black, the boarder; Mr. Jordan -' but a short period during \the ,and medical'attendance-! proper New England States) New York, clothing and a small amount of money '

I" steel plants. No greater calamity could ,. the carpenter; Mr, Hanley, the day. The thermometer reached 86 sonal care, their allowance of food Mew Jersey, Michigan and the Districtof must be given to each prisoner when released *

befall a city'than to have thousand of seed and lumber merchant. Saturday, the highest point this year. clothing, including bedding and Columbia the death rate is 17.8 per. I. :while in other counties discharged

,.' such herd'of cattle dumped, into' its lim-- Mr. Brown took $10 out of his pocket It is 80 deg. at, the present without ets, to be prescribed by the thousand. prisoners are :given nothing.. ,

its. book'and handed it to Mrs. Brown, with prospects of crossing that/ line during Commissioners' of! the State ,Our prisoners work in' 'the open air The state makes provision for: 'each of' i;j

the remark that there was $10 toward the day. The nighu. are cool and re- of said State, from:, tfme to and in the open 'sun They'* also enjoy these allowances.. Experience: baai.
: jj
t ",So 1 it Is likely we'll have three, real,. the ,$20 he .had promisedheTT Mrs reshing, the mosquitoelementnot.veryi This Board oeHsist-' of :the' ., conversation '. and singing .and music shown that when serious wrongs ,are .

.w: "live.presidents in the -United! States'at Brown handed the bill toM; '. Andrews, troublesome: and as no other insects and every member of the Cabinet At night,the negroes perpetrated in the treatment of county

the lame time-Obaldia, of Panama, saying,' "that pays for my new bonnet.'*" are out in force, think our citizens "These; prisoners shall be fumi make camps ring with their < convicts criticisms pre hurled at the

j Gomez, of Cuba, and our own Bill. Irs, Andrews in turn gave it to Mr. would be hard to please did they find with separate iron cot bedsteads" songs. None of them are shackled. 1 whole system regardless of the successful

This is a pretty big country.but It has Jordan, remarking that would pay farthe fault with the present state of affairs. ertain prescribed dimensions. The following is the Heath rate from I. efforts which the state and

been pressed to Its limit for about seven' carpenter work he had done for her. The approaching barbecue and picnic bed shall have a good, clean such other states as I have been able I many counties are making to have the
to take care of one gentleman at (Aug. 25) is creating ripple of excit- and pillow also three
years Mr. Jordan handed it to Mr. Hanley ) pillow to secure the necessary information : lease system operated in a careful and
,
' " a time in that job. ment as the time draws near but as fur: sheets and two of
requesting his receipted bill for lumber. pair Death rate in state prisons per thous humane manner. Some of the news
, Mr. Hanley gave it_back to MV. Brown, the committee appears to be in good There shall be kept in stock" at and-For 1907-Florida 12.60; Louisiana papers are too politic to locate the responsibility

l Eight: killed and fifty wounded, is the saying, "that pays $10- on my board." spirits, the rest of us look forward ex- prison camp at all times, for the u 18.50; Indiana 15.37; Virginia 14.46; for abuses, which occur, to

I' report from Colorado Springs, Colo., Mr. Brown passed' it to Mrs. Brown, )pectant. the prisoners not less than three Connecticut none;Mississippi 20.42; New I I' place blame where i it belongs, preferring -

L. the catastrophe being the ..re8ut.a. saying that )he had now paid her the $20 Prof. Alderman of Bassinger has assumed of stripes, three suits of Jersey"9.90; South Carolina 36.28 For instead to bring a general indict- _..
.collision of two trains. Another strong he had promised her. She then paid control of our district school and including socks two pairs of shoes, 1908-Florida 11.30; Louisiana 18.50; Indiana I ment against the whole lease system,

'link in the chain of evidence that gov- Mr. Black to settle her pastry and bread with the able support of Miss Hodge, lat, two night shirts for each and 11.68; Virginia 13.08; Connecticut thereby doing gross injustice to the t

Y. ernmental ownership of the railroads ccount Mr. Black handed it to Mr. we anticipate an unusually progressive ery prisoner located at every 16.30; MI s.i..ippI15,06; New Jersey 14-1 state and to a number of the counties '1 t

would result in the saving of many Hanley[ asking for the amount of his term. Prof. Alderman is well knownin camp" I 50; South Carolina 2225. which have gone a long ways towards j

lives and much property. flour bill. Mr. Hanley again gave it to the community and Miss Hodge has The leases provide for each For the two year. 1907 and 1908, Tennessee I perfecting said system. i

Mr. Brown, saying that it settled the respect and esteem of the patrons. amp a physician to "examine!: 6.72, Michigan 7.90, Alabama'''

Work on both the new'4epot and for that -month's!| board,. whereupon; Her students have already fallen in and care for and watch over all I 44.45. Maps of Honda. '

!'. round ,house and. piacfcin* shops:of the )Ir. Brown put it in his pocket, remarking love with,her and that bespeaks a de- each of such prisoners received It might be interesting to know some ,

\ .". ,\ C.'H. & NJ'R,.."-.o. at Arcadia is being 'that he hadn't supposed a greenback cided success in our community.Our kept by them, and will secure his | of the detailed statistics as to our prieorigin. To any subscriber the valley" Gasf

rapidly pushed to eomple'tion.--lt. is expe "would'go so far.: Democratic rooster still hovers ular attention, examination, i During the year 1908, 1,856 were ette we will send, postpaid, upon receipt |

->. ted that all of these buildingVwill But suppose Mrs. Brown had sent to around our beautiful swamp, the tadpole and care of them In such manner I I handled 26 of whom died/ There.were os 25 cents, pocket map of the'Sta',, '' i ,.

:, "...W completed by.-the middle of Septembeir7 mail order house for a new bonnet, supply being abundant. His numerous such frequency and fidelity 'as" mil,} I''I committed during the' year'446-white of FloridL' "" ';rJ 1

r wbenill of the officials will. move ben that $10 would have gone out and wives can eat, drink and be mer- satisfactory to or prescribed by females none, white males 75, colored iI

" \" Into their permanent. quarters never com back. ry ere the preacher Cometh. Board of Commissioners." I, females 16t\ colored males 866. Of this Notice. : <(. .

There is a moral to thisSpend your Rev. Guy filled his regular appointment The lessees are required to I I numbetvOl1l7.12'1 were'natives of Florida have a very, good sewing machine,1.' t
On account of stress'of .business in here on the second Sunday, but a central hospital Georgia and South Carolina together
( money with home merchants.-Brew- or hospitals, for sale-New Home make. Will sell Icbpap. .
home affairs, Alfonso, King of Spain, ton (Ala.) Advertiser. your correspondent had been called cation to be designated by the furnishing 150, North Carolina 40, Virginia :, MRS. PEKDKW.
bu'IIMn forced to postpone the Peru- away on business and did not meet the loner of Agriculture. the I I' 15, Mississippi 10. The remainder ,, _- __ ___.....: i' ;.

I arbitration.Ecuador boundry question, which was' The Wan Who Pays.In reverend The crops gentleman.this year are beyond. ordi- be fully equipped with beds having j',| were?. ti born !in. ,various part*of the United i 1 I i ip I Old. papers for sale, at this office, J j{ .j.jOO

Those Moors are likely to every paper we pick up we are nary expectation. On a recent visit to

s r, monopolize all his spare time for several acre\ to find a gush about the man behind Bull Creek we tound Mr. Henry Savsge ooO+OtO oo oo .o.-oOtQHOtOtQHOtOOO --i

I" months to come, if they don't succeed the gun; the man behind the buzi-: 'with a yJDp1a l 'g-another man on-his job. I and the behind the times and that he had enough
saw man declaring
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the man behind the rents; toe man behind housed to provide for three horses until
f-- Some U. S. ,judged have very 'pecu' the ploW.hare and the man behind the, next crop la gathered. I BAR'GAlNSl'' r

liar ways of looking at things the latest the fence; the man behind'the whistle The hotel De Heulah is in full form. 'I !

} addition to that class being Judge and the'man behind the can; the man The able proprietress has her rooms :

: Newman of Georgia who ruled ,that behind the kodak and the man behind well furnished and an abundance of del '

1 y speculation on the cotton exchange l ii the ban; the man behind the whiskersand icacies adorn the table. 'N. '

} not gambling.. What is the difference the man behind his fists, and every At the Drawdy mansion all is serene. 'MJck' .'
80 acres choice Land ditched fenced and ready lor the
between betting that cotton will ,
I go up thing behind has entered on the list. Will's baby Is the center of attractionand

r.. or that the'first card pulled out of a But they have skipped another fellow is as fine a little cherub as can be plow, on good road, railroad, and adjoins St. Cloud the oldsoldiers'
faro box II of greater value than U> been said the .
of whom nothing Jhas found in the state.
f-,.' 1-\ '"-"on.' 'next:;..to It?- -* - ' t llow Who I. _yen pea UttU say ahead O, I. C. colony, : -

,'.,. ." t ' who'pays for what ha gets and whose 320 acres choice muck land, adjoins Lee-Parsons cattle ranch:
sentiment in Starke
There la
growing
'I
bills are always signed-he's -darned Missing Good Opportunity.
\ ,In favor of putting the cows out of town. sight more Important than the man whois ,' one mile frontage on tfoutbport canal, one-half mile from Southport OP'
:io People who own a large number of cat behind. All we editors and merchants Some of you real estate men are missing .,
tle1 and allow them to roam 'the street and the whole commercial clan a mighty good opportunity to advertise .; daily water transportation to Kissimmee.

t are hastening, the day when none will are indebted for existence to this hon the properties which you have . I

. .: \ 'lowed in town.'' A majority of the est fellowman. He keep. us all In business for sale just now. There are thousandsof

1' citizens own no cattle and the majority and his town is never dead, andso people throughout the United State FOR PARTICULARS .
cannot be expected always *to tolerate we take our hats off to the man who reading the Valley Gazette each week ADDRESS W. L. VAN DUZOR:

r_ ;k ,the-nuisance of..having herds,-vt.cattle is ahead.-Southern Merchant.A who, expect cjpme,to Florida: this fall i _
<:roving the streets an4 Uttering the sideWalks. or winter to buy a home, and what

",. .-BradfordCouijty.- Televaph.i"t' dispatch from :Brooksville says that you have for sale may be just what 1 -

.'And the :above-aptly fits"'theeaseHnKtsslmme the business men and owners of automobiles I they:are. looking. .for- Anyway, it- ia iOoO"OO""O OO :

., of Brooksville, Dunnellon and In- worth a trial.

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THe Klsslminee l Yalleu_ Gazette(:' Now.on-special,! sale,' ate,Dann**., ,Special sale'mummer goods at Pan's. DJSERTS I Wlff'AND CHILD[

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rT-fT-n"iiii- J.-- -- - BULLOCK
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TKLKPHONf NO..11. ]Dann's. :
t : .. elsewhere. .
j .. And Charitable'' Gtizens, Send Themto i ,'

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Checjted) apron gingham, at* Stanford Mr. and :Mr%M. Kate left, Sunday REAL ESTATE '
{
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*' -- "" Relatives in Palatka
-BY-- i Co'., for. 5c'peryard." (f night. for Baltimore' \' AND' INFORMATION' .ir-m-11-immnm.i-ia* j.

'-.._ W.. B. I HA..ltI.! Buy.:your-dress.. ginghams.. 1;4 -Pictures-framed at theHome Store.' .. A.younjE-man_jvho claimed name JII.eion..f INS, tH ANCE: ,.. "

'Gilbert V, All 70c yard., Call and select your mouldings. was Williams, arrived in the city about The' meeting of the W. H. "

, A new l lineof belt%, pins at 2!>c, oOc. , Mr, and Mrs..C.: L,' Bandy and Mrs. three ment as week cook ago at'Mrs.and Fountain secured[employ..boar&j" ary' 'Society :'on Wednesday afternoon\ Examination' o lens <":

Weather Rpport 75c, 1.00, and $$1.2& at Katr's. Horiah Gilbert returned.fmm'Jender- hOUB >waa wel) attended and much businesswas I. -
T lug where'he worked
.1 ;; steadily up attended to.; The ladies are planning :
Specl ItYe"
lonvill, 1..-'C., this week., t b Tuesday-night. He was a thorough 4
Agency of the White Star Laundryat to have: an:open meeting In two .

Following are the daily temperatures the Home Store. Phone 154. .....- 'S Miss Ella May Gilbert returned,home Iy capable chef and 'apparently. ,ate'adyand i week. for the benefit of the home mis- Correspondence ,Solicited,

and precipitation aa From Georgia this week where she has reliable: : aion l work. Mrs. Boggess of Plant .
See those lawn shirt waist prices cut h
,
. been spending several weeks,with rel On..Jhe midnlghttrain-Tuesday there City wjljjbe! the principal speaker of !
reported by the GovelhMent in'half at H"., C. Stanford'Go's, ; : .'.
station at KIB8immee for the atives. . :: ,. arrived handsome young woman with the evening, and a fine musical program -,' '

week ending Auguat 19, 1909. Foi''perfect fitting eyeglasses'. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seegar 6f Ctercona a child about'one year old. She?, .stoppedat is planned.: . !

: spectacles, see Dr. P. G. White came down last week:, to attend the Frk Hotel and made inquiry for" Rev.J'T., Mitchell will preach at St.: Z. W.-BASSl :1
- '- -- - '- '' William*,-whom she stated her hus
was
M-I"-
TAX -Cloud -6th Sunday this '
Ttfice line i of dress ginghams. at10c_ a the marriage of their niece, Miss Cora. orrthe: month!
Friday . 92 74 ,80Satllyday. yard. A. S. Gilbert-\ Pleeman. band. The man-was sent for, and seemed the 29th, at three In the afternoon: :

. ... 92 72 . delighted to have his wife and child ...Regular preaching service will l beheldon

Sunday ': : . ,92 75' . Pan tronize the Graystone laundry.We For. the convenience of "workmen at with him, 'agaliir'Spending i the Bight next Sunday. Your presence I.

Monday . . 89 75 ..60Tuesday. guarantee satisfactory work. St. Cloud and! others,.tr ins are run with them at the hotel, he arose Wed- needed on these hot days when the attendance .CONTRACTOR and 1 '.

. . . . 92 74 :15 If you want to sell your real estate, over the Sugar Belt to Narcoot seeand nesday morning, and telling hU wife he is .in ll. Everybody is wel- .

Wednesday, . 94 79 . list it with the hustlers. L. A, Minx returning every Monday morning, leav- waa going to his work left them. come. BUILDER
ing Kissimmee at &15. This'train car Going to his room, he got his trunk I ,
;
'
Thureday . . 93 73. 14KKV &: Co. Mrs. M. Tiller entertained<< the talent

will. ': ries passengers only. and other possessions together and sold tea on last Friday afternoon'and it was Ii
.Horace Woodall be pleased to them for nominal after-which he : I .
. a sum, much> by who
wash. Agency for the Singer and Wheelerand very enjoyed everyone
figure with you on your family :
disappeared and has not since been Plansand Estimates
attended. 1 Fur- j
W NM'K11" 1 t1M1NKTI1L See him at the Graystone laundry.We Wilson sewing machine at the heard from. .' i ,
"Time was is post, thou canst not recall -
Home Store. Machines for rent -
have just received large consignments by Upon learning of his flight, the wife it; Dished on application., ,
the week. Purchases) easy installments -
r LOCAL flElD.i of glue and crockery ware of $3 per month. Next door to was inconsolable, and stated that she Time is thou Jiast-Improve-the portion -0=

and have the right pr.'ces.: The Home and her baby 'were entirely without small
the 154. ; .
new postoffice, phone Only Union CarpenterEmployed. Jj *
; but that if she could *
Store. means reach Fa- Time future is not, and may never be;

'...NNWN N1A AM.N1ti Just received direct from factory- in Six pairs of Viking***'hosiery guaran- latka she had relatives there who would Time present js the only time for,thee." !

Remnant sale at ,Kate's attractive' teed to'wear_ for six months without take care of them, and sufficient funds j
Philadelphia, an unueuauy! '
':. hole in heel or toe, for $1.00. Written were contributed by charitable people to 1 fOR EXCHANGE. -0Correspondence- ,
Wade, the tuner, Orlando. 1 line of mid-summer Stetsin hate for purchase her a ticket to that place. j i .
with each 1-2 dozen
men at Katx's. guarantee pairs. The couple claim to have formerly Soli tecf:

Dwellings. for rent, apply to M. Til- Chinese All sizes for men, women and childrenat lived at Bradentown;"Where they were 1 Three hundred and twenty acres of -'

ler. Lost-A walking stick with the Cash Store. May28tf in the restaurant business, and it has good ]land in Graham county, Kansas, i PHONE 73 'I
loaded end, between Kiseimmee and St. also been stated that Williams deserted I
Are you looking for bargains? Go to Cloud Junction. Finder will be rewarded Nine acre orange grove of 655 trees, his wife and child at Plant City when for 'land'in "Florida. The Kansas farm "- )

Dann's. if left at this office 450 bearing, 105 beginning to bear, I he came here-anttshebad" just learned" :'i;has 160 acres in cultivation and 140 .

4 miles of Kissimmee, 1-4 mile of railroad of his whereabouts I I acres fenced into two pastures of excelled -
Forty pieces of ginghams at :
Katz's. new Mrs. Lee Bandy and children, who station, Not less than700 boxes green, water pumped to tank in W. C. BASSWholesale : ,;
have been relatives here for I ,
visiting this year. Cheap at $2750. THE DIRECTORS BUSY I I pasture from an excellent well, pumped
Work equal to the best at the Gray- several weeks, returned to their homeat by windmill. Also good well house
L. A. MINX &: Co. ) and Rrttail
stone laundry. Dania on Monday. I with water flowing through tank In
The Atlantic Hotel, Coronado, "Fla., Gtrus Exchange Adopted Stencil l Design which milk'and butter in Dealer in ; ;
_
kept summer -
Mr. W. J. LaRtle_ pent a few day in Mrs. G. G. Steffe and baby returnedto
under new management, modern im- for Sides of Boxes.W. splendid hog house with water.
Tampa this week. Nichol last Monday after a visit to ;

l her parents, Capt and Mrs. Gray John provements, newly furnished, water, B. is piped to the pens; chicken house, large f
Gray presiding today at the
Great waVh skirts at H. for the barn Fresh Beef Pork and
bargain in son and other relative" gas, etc. Special rate summerof regular weekly meeting of the Florida grain bin, corn crib, cow stables, ,
C. Stanford Go's. / 7.00 per week.T. Citrus Exchange, which is held at their wagon and buggy; shed, six-room housein .-
WANTED-Small! live alligators or B. good condition, 600 bearing fruit
DEMAREE Prop. headquarters, corner Tampa and Twiggs
Mr. C. W. Dann returned from Balti- trees and a splendid farm. Fine Improved Mutton
skins, any quantity. Write statingbest streets. Directors Sample, Heathcote,
more Monday afternoon. Conference Evangelist W. A. Myres I Varn, Holtsmgerand Fulton are present. farms surrounding this place,
pricee.-THos. C. INESON, 226 church 1 Dr. Inman prices ranging from $20 to$40 per acre.
Methodist Mr.
filled the pulpit at the Heotman of Ft. Myers
Mr. W. A. Nelson made a brief business Jacksonville Fla.A This farm sold for last and
Hogan Street, and Mr. Hart of Hawks Point kre absent $8,000 year, PHONE 4A.Bargains.
here last Sunday morning and i
visit to Tampa this week. evening Manager Gillett, Treasurer Pea- is held at $8,500 by the present owner, -
manufacturer's sample line of two splendid which who desires for lands in
preaching sermons 1 cock and other local attaches are alsoin Ixr exchange A r
Col. J. U. Moon made a brief business ladies' hdkfs. in hemstitched and scalloped were much enjoyed by the large congregation i attendance.The the south and will accept or pay differ-

visit to Orlando Tuesday edges all 26c. None worth less that attended.-Lakeland I appointment of T. P. Cooper as ence according to merits of the deal.
Kansas is rich state and this is
Dress gingham 6 to 12ie at the old and many more than price. Katz. News. : local Mr. Pocock sales agent at Cleveland at Scranton were, Pa.ratified., and good farm a very rented for one-third the ,

reliable store of H. C Stanford Co. -1000 acres of the beet truck land In Mr. S. Castle, of Ft. Pierce, an ex- j Along with these appointments was crop. Write what you have to offer. "

Attention is called to the adv. CJf the the county. Well drained. Will grow perienced banana grower, is spending read a letter from Sales Manager Bur- -. A. S. NELSON. *.., in all kinds of Real Eltat6.4 s:
ton, who is 1n the east, of a very favorable Fire'and Life Insurance .andArmour's .
San Juan Garage, Orlando, In this issus anything. you may plant on it. A bargain a few days here looking over the St character, stating that the commission Wichita, Kansas. Fertilizers. Rent11

L. A. Minx.: Co. Cloud Colony lands, and if be finds the men, fruit dealers and brokers '" ''
of the Aug. 6-St. i
820 acres famous Southport I ing and Collecting ent.1
I ,
condition. suitable for this are delighted that Florida has adoptedthe .
Mr. C. G the obliging and growing *"ir'
Garrett, *
muck land-at a bargain. L. A. ..Minx California plan of marketing fruit. Specialty. 'Taxes paid I for -

&: Co. efficient abstractor, is again at his post fruit, will purchase_ land and start a It was ordered that 4,000 copies of Order For Publication. Non-residents- i..... .

of duty in the abstract: office, after a banana farm. the speeches delivered by State Organizer lx the Circuit Court.'Seventh Judicial'ClrtniH.Oicaola , .,

We will have a store full bargains reat and recuperation of a month or six For Rent: I am offering house Reid and Sales Manager Burton, County, Florida -la Chancery.Clifford ''
my R. 0. MEEK
when H. C. Stanford'return.. from New weeks. which) were delivered at the casino some V..1owu.'ohud) by her hatband.JohnF \
for furnished from Oct. 1st to ,
rent; two : when- Rows, ,
York. months ago )the state convention .e. Debbla H Tnnrmau, H W "
Mn. B. F. Knapp arrived last weekon May let, and in the meantime have was held, be pnnted and distributed -I Thurman the Du ton Bank, a corporation under KI88iml11ee.Ef.; .,"2 ;:

Thad Oliver cams home from Savannah a visit to her hqsband, Mr. B. two or three furnished rooms which 1 1 throughout the state. I the laws of Florida, doing btulneai atCaineavllle -. '<

last week on a visit to bis mother will rent ,to responsible parties. For It was .decided. that crate materialand W. R. Thomas, Auvtcll Bank a
F. Knapp, the local representative of other contracts are to be let by the corporation under the 1..01 GeorfU. are L.
and sister. the Seminole Land und Investment particulars call on or write Mrs. Helen local exchanges and sub-stations and R
C
on Carter Layton,as tfo-partnerii. doles .
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaranteed Company. P rdew. July] 23-tf. prices quoted from the general exchangeat business under the name and style of Carter W. L JllJ BaZIi.i z :
Tampa, which will the best and :
Price 25 cents. Sold by all get Layton $ J.Thomas -Bill For Forocloa-. .;,
Married the residence of the
Picnic be with at '
parties can supplied prices on competitive bids for the demands ore ,
druitailta. .. ullT-8 ell requisites at the Home Store C"ake" bride's uncle, Mr. J. S. Loveless: in of all those connected with' the. It.ppaarioaby,I affidavit appended to the 1

r" confectionBT' < .'., 'The Home Store 'now carries the McKinley good- napkins,
.
The .
stencil design to be used on two
rmldrat and
nou- 4 resident of
Mis Cora Fleeman of this and REAL '
*
city ESTATE
;. edition' ,of sheet, ;,,pusjc, ,. lOcts.,. icecream dishes !In ,P'pei'i' dishes or ', aides of aU) the boxes that pass through ,Denier Co14;and, li over the ace of tweotrrearv : ; <, 1
-- \ ""*; "h'' -' I crocker"x.rWANTEDAgents '"'. Mrs Qultman Sellers of Oarcona, Fla., dry of the Backing of 'members
and
per copy/ : .. ; houses I ; AU>tell B.akIs a Dop..14eo]) oorpuratlon -
I ev. Bunyan Stephens of the Baptist of the exchange It
was accepted. was of the Btate of Florida and a roddentoon
Col.! P. A. Vans Agnew left Mondayfor ladies preferred,, church'officiating. designed by the Schein Service Co., of >oratlon or the State of Georgia; it Is therefore

Washington, D. C., and will be absent ; to sell the best seller in Florida good Tampa. The stencil will be 20 inches ordered that the aaM non-revldent de. KISSiMMEE.FLORIDA. '
about ten days. commission: references required.<<: Ad- At a.called meeting of the Presbyterians long and 3 inches high to be printed in fcndants bv and arc hereby required to appear I I ./
'at their church last Sunday, vermillion ink. The word "Florida" is to the bill ut complaint flied In laid cause on
dress, Ki 8imme- Fine Arts Co., Kiasimmer in letters to the ............ aels
cover 20x3 inches and JAtrdr
asjAc*
or before Monday,the 4th day of dctot>.r, A. >
Got H. C. Stanford Co's. depart- Rev. S. !?: Snyder was called to the '
tfl ;, Fla.Capt 'I through the center will run the words, D 1MU"., other'...... the allegation of said bill r. !
ment store. They are the originators pastorate of that church Mr. Snyder j "Citrus Exchange." will bv takanaicoofcHixd by laid defendant M. TILLER' r j

of ta.v prices in Kissimmee. A. G. Hamilton moved his family recently came to this state from Ohio Mr. Yarn was heard] on conditions in It further ordered that tblaq.rdet ba pub I

'this week from the flat in the Can- and his trial sermons here proved eminently the Manatee country and he stated that lli>hid once. week for fear consecutive weeksla Real Estate Agency. :t.

Mr. S. C. Boots returned this week non building to the Parker residence in satisfactory.Mr. four local exchanges were organized tan Klmrimmoe Vallay Oaiette, a newspaper I .: :

from Tampa, where he has been spend South Kissimmee' formerly owned by there, and virtually the entire crop. was jjiilillHlied In aald County and State- aaaaaaa

several with relative.. A. T. Hixonof Washington, Ind., signed over to the exchange. Terra Toll. August 19th. mm.ARTHOR .
ing days Supervisor Williams, Gels Palmetto '
arrived In the city Tuesday to'take Bradentown.and Manatee K:' DOHBdAHr ; Realty bought.and old. --

Mr Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Brown left for have flourishing and enthusiastic. Clerk Circuit Court Houses rented. i' .-_
T. A. Quinby,.representing Chase charge as general manager of the business Times. "J
organi&atlons.Tampa = '
Evans Halle .H' L. t.
Audeanoa H M. Hampton Taxes paict--and Titles kl
&: Co., has been spending several days Daytona Monday? having.been called of the Stanford Carson Graves -- - --- Boliolt ra for complainant. : ver-7. ,
f '
here in the Interest of his firm. to the bedside of their father, Mr. I. Hardware Company. Mr. J. R. Tooth That Weighs Seven Pounds.Mr. fliedfore non-residents.'t1: _,> .,

M. Mabbette, who recently suffered a Graves, Jr., the former manager, will\ Geo. W. Bass was exhibiting btatement. J Fire, Life and AccidentInf'_ ; yG;;
Phone order for bread and W"
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your surance. .
stroke of paralysl.aLoetAbron&emedal. *. remain with the company for thirty quite a curiosity in the shape of a tooth Mad nndar Section 52. Chap_ CM*_Lawi '._ t,*'- .
cakes to the Home Store and have them 4 Bonds. _'
ForW.howt the Indemnity Jr |
of
anouBt taxaaehamadto
days longer and assist Mr. Hixon in on the streets tnis morning. It weighs : ,, ., ,_ .
the' tha Tax of Oaeeoto Quaagt.oll.cad '" t_" t+ I- u+ e u u.M
.Phone given
delivered regularly. 154.. *'/ seven pounds and was sent him by nis .
r' ,a State'of New Jersey *to T. MalcolmMurphy. familiarizing himself with the business.Dr. son Mr. Morgan,; Bass of Mulberry, near imw Florida, and to tHa be aooorttonmat for tba of aurrrat the aaaaa rear.lao' .. I. =--. :-: "!";,_r! ::1

For Sale & RentDwelling.x'Cenetral which place it was from a phosphate tha s.v... foods for which. taxw have, .been. .. "
dug .
Finder will be suitably re- T. M. Rivers was called to Whit- ..-; -- Aw ,t 'r A.- i" ,' t
location. See me before baying. warded returned. to owner, T. M. tier on Saturday and made the trip in pitThe tooth is in perfect con- AFPQBTIONMIiNTOp.COuw17TUNI6. ,
dition, showingthe enamel on the low- ,
For
Geo. F. Parker. Murphy. .July 23 tf. his auto with Mr. A:: 'Al'Loll .. driver well Rmrenaa Scre6ns.uDoorandJ ; ; :
,
- "-" er part as as the roots embeddedin or._ aaaniid.., .. .*10 tl .
Capt. L.' A. Ponder and familyltohave ; ro and mechanician. They found the roads the petrified flesh on the upper part. .A.teou.t.d. .... .Uli.7llalaaua - '. .- *r .W ,C -. -
Mr,; A. S. Gilbert- returned'1 home ,. >. ,. V MGaoaral 11.:' 'I
The tooth 'ON. .
came from :
been spending several "week's in extremely wet on account of the 'recent some pre-historic School l FundaetaaneeddicW)j_ :: Wi'n d" ; ; ,,1
Monday from Baltimore) and Washing rains'aidtad' animal, now extinct, and has probably ." '. .. 12110418 ow I:la. es : ,
returned home heavy to travel larg*
Georgia, Wednesday. a lain for thousands of in the earth .
year .1u61111: ,
tol He/! a splendid and r +
reports trip
) v ; .
.. ewe's rpJ'ulGiilwt,
portion of UM ...t.ln the wale;.' TheReo from where it was taken. JIaIa 6175 t,
Scholarships at Stetaon Law School, says be saw many things of interest in ear proved equal to the occasion, T.saec.nta-.d------County Road 54 8S AD Furniture, Repairing and, Any-'. 1 1U

DeLand, for Florida boys unable to pay the national _c.pitaL however, and the trip of 75 or 80 miles Notice.N Amount Coll Ud .. ... .. . 'ttot 87BaJaaoatobeooUeetad. ne1 the ClrDenter or. Cabinet, J'
'
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..f.| f. C ; MM One Tr iOI. n t'JT ""'
full tuition. Write for Information. VTo jL .
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Th* prOmoters"6f" the model garden was made In about six and one half la hereby ctvcn that purauant to settee County Spaciar- -
. amount ..1-------.- MM 67AaawrtCollaettd -<
''and' Mr hours running time tha Boar4 of County Commkaloaara ant OB July ...... J03UJ-- (r
Stove wood delivered. in town at. ,f.Q0 near the depot : G. B; Wood- MJ ,71 J ,
the ba .:tC-:I :: ".1' k
19. imp. for purpoa pf aquallxtna-tax roll Bnlaataa aollaetad : m 79 BARNS'
per strand. .. all have each planted large celery beds Mr. J. F. O'Berry, one ofour largest tar 1_. and mad tba following ehanraa: Fin and Forfeiture-.... C RPENtER'SHOP''
., . ..
Amount Aumul 21\814' .
16-tf KJSSIMMEE LUMBER Co. this week to provide plants for their and most-.uceeuful truck growers, received R H AUannaa.. paraoaaj proeertr.tarrrao.d Amount Collected :70584. I
crops the coming season. a carload of piping last week 1n valuation from III I 6 to"!,110O. Balanoa to be collected ... H ASSnaWSehoul Oppoait.e Freight P poL... "
,
Lieut..CoL.aDd Mrs, W. R, Cadman C. M-Mart, ............ proparty. ..-.. 'to Mat. N... 5T'Oarn.eet.sed -, ?
Which he 1967i
will in
' use Installing the Skin-
came in from Narcooese! Tuesday andwent The old "City of Bassinger," which valuation from K400 lo S4.MO :f 'U Amount allaeKd .. '. IIIIH:
'-'' has been an and sirobetraetionat ner (overhead) system of irrigation at ;I'"III..II'.t8daeI.r'P..rtT..a.' ; ..... Balance to bo eollaet'id:. : SMBab.3ehool -,
f .
; up to-'Orlaridb rT'a :ew hours eyesore a .
his old home place south of town. He la Mtvatfcm f ram soo to--., : Dig No. 8-. RJf"
/stay' the city dock for so many years, was To amount aeaeaeid &M M StarlingTINNER
/ expects to have Six acres irrigated and JardaTtnarj-parioaal p Incraaiail .ta Amount Collected- - -' Hit M
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pumped out and floated down the shore 1110Tho Balanea ". ,
valuation from 170 to to be oollactad 2 08
J. W. Miller returned from St. Loula ready for this reason's which he S.
crop, Bub-8cbool Diet No. 4Ta -
below the sawmill .
a few days ago. Board will asset t tfcafaraauktr rooctinr
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Jut week with a carload of mule. and will increase to fifteen acres next seas-I o.S.phm..tlth..tIO. m. for the purpose of Amount amount Collected a t M5 6U 74 It

bones, which he has been selling at a Misses Mary Louise Makinson, AIleenMoon on. This in addition to-hi. Edgewater .haarinjr eoniplalnta and making eorraetftona "atonirt) to ba collected mARt'HUB S8 '

lively rate. and Marie Huddleston, a trio of f place: where the sub-tiling system' is E L LESLEY. Chairman: Clark Circuit a. DONKOAN.Court Oaaaoat } .;
Kissimmee's most popular and and ARTHUR !lie DONCoAN. Clarl. County. Ftortdav
accomplished -
Mr. Rull Base resold to J. S. Branson being used, and where he is preparingto

this week'the large stock of cattle young ladies, left Tuesdayfor plant a large crop of celery this fall .
a few weeks' outing at Coronado All Kinds of 'Sheet Metal

which ago.Messrs.he. purchased from him sometime Beach.If Biographical Sketch. --. i --E'! The BEST ORANGE: BOXESAre and. - _.

Repair Work <
have to sell
anything
you or exchange ?
J. J. Whjdden and Julian and To My Friends have
had published '"
or if you want to buy some- made with the Billlngg -
Charley Monsdoca, of the Turkey Hammock a Biographical Sketch ,of life ** Va
1 ... ,
thing, an advertisement in this -
section, spent a few days In the will probably put you in communication paper-' prepared*by a well qualified writer, including lLIIi r I, ley Dovetailed Heads. ( J

city this week with just the party u are looking a picture of myself, which I / Any leading manufacturer, can TIN ROOFS and PLUMBING |

Mr. C. C. Giles and family returned for. Try it. offer: on the following terms: A single r 1 furnish them. H'.your. dealer .

Tuesday from Umatilla, where they copy by mail, 15 tents, stamps or silver; J
.... Wanted-To borrow 11,000 on ten 2 copies fey" mail, silver, 25cents 5 cannot supply you;; write
have been spending the past month at ; cop
their old home. acres pineapple land-6 acres bearing-i ies by mail, silver, fjO cents; one dozen J All Work GuaranteedShop [ j

located at San Cristobal, in Provinceof by express, $1.00, OCALA BPx.CO

._ Joe Saucer'of Sanford.has -opened a Pino Del Rio,'Cuba,-or will sell half It Is first-class" material and wo k. .. -r "
pool room in the vacant store room belonging interest for A 500. The remaining five Address D. '"" Z. C. CHAMBLKSS: President. '
M. BREAJCER, Ravenel. S. C. 'f .. ' .. ,' '. ....- -
to Mn. Bearden, next to.Kate1 acres wiU be set in pines this fall S. (Send quickly!; M the. edition. .is..limit .9CALA---FLORIDAL, _- .. _ _Opposite. Valley.lazettOffice .i "...- .
.. ,dry goods store. C. Boots, Kfssimmee la. Aug. 20-tf. ed.) ; !t .
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Ambition :Cease? : ;: Clearance S'aT e. __ _d'_ : ;-;

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..":: ..... : .. .. .'. 'One, tLn Ues' White Shirt nrl\lsh, regular. }price $lt O". ieA\iceA tu, 7,') ;. ,.,,jl"I !:',";": i:.: \.,. : ..*.,' :"or.,, ', ',.. .".

By th. Rev. NEWELL CW1CHT-HILLI5;" ofNsw York. I. Oiie-LotLaidlesMViwlr; Skirts, regular price $2.;.oO, reduced) to.1.59. '
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j TilER-tLings'being"equal, men; d1f er in 'manhood and _. ?
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' ; success as they differ in. ambition she soul is not j I' : w All I. Special Prices-arc) Strictly Cash,. 'lf-yoii have charge/ .account) "with. us ':' ..

K 01. ; I sel/ propelling: ; the oull.8 a chariot, hurled. forward ; .. ., : ,ai; -request| any of the aiJxcrtlsed: goods charged, regular prices) will! j revall. .. :

hv fiery :Bleeds named MOTIVES AND AMBITIONS. .' '
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'J>' ********+ .What inertia is to a stone or log supine content- : H. C. Stanford Co.' 1
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_,_..ment is -to a man. The bird .bas its wings, the! fish'its fins and the 4

deer its legs, and the MAN HAS HIS AMBITIONS.' : .. .

THE PEASANT WANTS TO BADMI ED AND LOVED BY HIS
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THE HORIZON OF HIS
AND HE -- -- -- -- --- -
NEIGHBORS WHEN REACHES I --- ------ -
OUNTRY, NINE MILES DISTANT, THERE HIS AMBITION FLAGS, 1" ." I 1H1111t1111111411111111111H111t44t1111(11111111l111, ij-iim'tin't', '
= GOOD NEWS ' # # , ( ,( '
A HE ALIGHTS LIKE A TIRED BIRD. BUT ,YpNDER VOYAGER t The .GraystoneKIS8IMMEF. .:::: --
FROM NOA, THAT SOLDIER FROM MACEDON, THAT YOUTH .
,
STUDYING AILWAYS AND? PLANNING CONTINENTAL SCHEMES, Many Klasltnmee Readers Have I FLA.' THE LATEST AND BEST :1I
ARE 'OUT UPO A' WORLD MOVEMENT, AND WHERE THE PEASANT : Heard It and Profited Thereby. '
j '
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v, STAYS HIS. &TEPS AND .SINKS DOWN IN CONTENTMENT I "Good news, travels fast" and the I On Lake Toliopekaliirit -- ----
THE..OTHER8.RU H ON TO NEW AND LARGER FIELDS. 11 thousands glad to of learn back sufferers that prompt in Kissimmeeare l relief i ia. Hunting Finhlncr. Shooting, :-::: -. ---- -.----- -=-=
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'nHthlnfr. Golf, Tennis -
How far will the youth go? As FAR AS HIS AMBITION i l within their reach. Many a lame weak j Cricket. Clock Golf, Baseball Uoque, S --
aching back is bad no-nyfre, thanks
DRAGS HIM. No man's ,worKSaever complete. Yesterday's success Viand 1 to Ltoan'g Kidney Pills. Our citizens Trap Shootl ng.
I Terms: 'Z:50 lo 3.M per day. In. Dry GoodsShoes and
and yesterday's victory were milestones, not houses of rest and aretellinT, (with the the good Old news Quaker of their Remedy.experience I *1 1.1 tar *21 i>er week --

Mere is an example worth -
ease. reading: '
l Mrs. A, M. Story Kissimmee, Fla., To Our FrMMici: _
Blessed be drudgery; but CUIISED BiX ONTENTMENT Bay: "1 had never pains in my Joins and I Come" and Jrv a meal at. the I Gents' .1
God did not make men wise or rich or influential. What God did I a dull languid feeling. My kidneys were I hotel. Single ,iiieati 5Uc: .1 Furnishings
rvieHl I lii-kfU i10.
also weak and the secretions! caused me Item *1 per
was 40 send the ANGEL OF AMBITION out to INSPIRE the much) annoyance by panning too fre- day 11 1-1- ------

youth to get wisdom and friends, offices andgold and hobor for 1 I quently.rilW jM 4rl Sinl-e rwcnt1y'obtainecl uSing 1.>,oan'8 from Kidney the I -Ko
himself. | Kissimmee: Co., the pains in my I reulsfHr Me awl T.'K; ; per nitflil. ,1-- ----
back I have ceased and the kidru > i Speriura) tOs ,
-Y $ Becre- I hy rise ween or .
BUT' THE WISE MAN WILL CONFINE. HIS AMBITION TO, THE .,. s. have been restored tOla natural I I moth '-., : g '
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SPHERE SUITED TO HIS BIRTH 01FT8.perl1aps con 'on. 1 have also regained my' -, I :::: :::

the children of our day have suffered much through the I, greatly 8tnngt hesitation impeded and ihxsaying energy i ir. every that and way.Doun'a am feeling I haveno Kidney I H. W. THURMAN, ; w C. W. Dann'sSeasonable I

oft repeated statement that any boy can become governor or presi- Pills are an effective j kidney remeForsale PROPRIETOR. : ,
dent. Out of the twenty million voters of this country only a hand- dy." v. I 1- ----
by all fleaiersTxPrice 50 cents,
ful have the birth gift of Intellect to master the knowledge requisite; -,' 'o" r.MilblirnCo., Buffalos New York, I 1I il111111111i1111111111111111111tl11111111t&iA&111111111111! >, ! ! ! & & /11111 .
sole agents for the United Sta. I IRt'm..mbf'r
then this handful is winnowed to find those who have a body strong 'I the nameDan's ndI

enough to endure the consuming excitements.Not I take no other BLISS'I
understanding, therefore, many a youth is AMBITIOUSFOR I I 1 "H11t11411tN41HH41141(1111111114111111111(111111111tHt14111" " ''}'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ' " "11Ht111GF "
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THE IMPOSSIBLE. The early aspirations of youth are THE
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illogical, not founded on self knowledge, but on an undue and exag- NORTH KISSIMMEE I ILLS I I'

gerated estimateof his own gifts; therefore the importance of self !

testing, personal scrutiny and rigid analysis. Springtime lo i icktime. ::::
AMBJTIOUST YES, BUT BE AMBITIOUS UP TO THE LEVEL OF. BARGAINSTORE Purify the blood rd anse .-: .......-..........................................-............... =:=

YOUR PERSONAL GIFTS HAVING .FIRST. OF ALL GRASPED THE. the system-by the simple -
HANDLE OF YOUR OWN BEING..Encouraaement. I and effective roots, herbfrv

A._ S. GILBERT and barks contained NATIVEHERBS in I I"; Goods I Ir

of BLISS :::::

DEALER I II IX .1 :::::::: .---......._,............... :-:::-::
Manual Training Would --
Dry Goods Notions The cost is but a haUaI I E AT
'Efface Social Distinction. I I cent a day to rid the bk>od --

Glasssware .:(< Enamelware, of the poison that causes E'E
t Br wela/S.S BSAKLES! .. HOWl Pruidcht of the Cleveland. Chamber of I I" Boils-Pimples and other LOW ICES -
1 Commerce'. : i ---- Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab-
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lets for 100. A Guarantee --
- TL Jf AN1 people have come to believe that it is NECESSARY "We sell McCall's' Patterns and to cure or money back. r a-- .--.sr -

IVI TQTRAIN THE EYE AND TIIE HAND OF THECHILD Publications.: ; -- --
Ask for a Bliss Almanac --
I 'A AS WELL AS THE :Mme;-that- this is a Subscriptions taken for McCall's and learn fully about this r- -----

part' !6f true education and that INTELLECTUAL; Magazine; only 5Cc per year postpaid old-fashioned remedy. E '' SEE:;; OUR.LINE. OF ICE CREA PE == .

'\. GROWTH: AND CULTURE may come,through'this !kind of ,training . i ... v Made by BLISS in Washington -- :::::,.. W.:- FREEZERSHAMMOCKS. ." . ; MO-' w :."

L. .as well_as through that which has prevailed In'the past, ages. '." .Phone' ," 38., i. :,,.,1\"KissImmee,.-,., ....."" ,,,,,,,-"Fla.1.-. ',;' D.. C. 1"t& "_"' '. ::::''H ;'. .". QUITO, TS..WATER-COOLE. ,;,,,,..,,_.. ,' ':-::-: .' ....... ,
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.f weREFRICERATORS: .
" \ I'doubt if'' we haveyetreacheh the point where the PULL : ; ETC. _4''
I -4 FOR SALE BY _ ::::: -
- VALUE of this training is .understood. Manual training has been WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS I = :::::
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I Hare TO i nt'vlvrtvtl your Kt 1<1" ljitJou J. Wf HAMPTON. :::::
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introduced into a few schools. Nearly all of the larger cities give a ovcrworltO sour i..ouo .Ltem sadt I ---
niiHtHl tmu litwith' "inr kid ii els.ud| l I.Is.11er'Have \ _ Ii --
little of it in the seventh and eighth grades, and they give_some work, I bladder"you l HHV>mltiH(IH Ion T,a.inn tlabby, mule aitpfnrHitf.. ti.C'k.(grins il'sad the! i

,which is called manual training, in all grades-from the first to the I tare.destreu enpprlally,passurtne"under te If so.w'lllisnr'Klduer1'I errs. \T I FORD GPHSOU G I
..... oltlonly PVES
la will rnu-st Dmuiritt. I'rlcr.Vh >
eighth. In many other Cities and towns the manual training work is by Oaceol Pharmiipv .

confined. to the. high. school.-, where a slight aIm unf' of it is given in : ::::::
-. 'connection- with the 'other work. . Sign and House E HARDWARE COMPANY ::::::
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4.- If.manual training work for the boy or girl is.to reach i its FULL .Chas. A. Waldron :::: ---

I r VALUE in the development of the mind and in- the increase of 7i1U1111ULUUUIU11i1111UULUUU1U111Uii111UU1111U11UU1lUU1C.: !

:/ knowledge, it must start with the design of something, no matter Contracting Carpenter Painting

how simple and proceed through the several steps until -the finished I A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN SECRETARY

- ,product is reached., and Builder i\ ..-

r { "! "WHEN- MANUAL' TRAINING WORK IS REQUIRED IN ALL t Paper Hanging ud Plastlcoing
All work guaranteed. Prices The Waters & Carson-
CHOOLSi
r THE GREAT GULF WHICH NOW EXISTS BETWEEN THE
.
reasonable. No charge for esti-
COLLEGE GRADUATE OF WEALTH AND SOCIAL POSITION AND
mates.
, THCi MECHANIC' WHO BEGAN- TO BE ,A WAGE"' -EARNER WHEN HE --.-- Satisfaction Guaranteed
OUGHT TO HAVE 'BEEN IN SCHOOL WILL BE IN PART BRIDGED Grocery Company
PEON"E: 0.35Jun
HEAR AS MUCH AS WE DO NOW .. .
OVER., AND WE SHALL NOT -V<.t-i -- ,
r ABOUT' THE DIFFERENT CLASSES OF SOCIETY AND THE ANTAGONISM I
THAT EXISTS BETWEEN THEM. "'- ROGERS' LIVERWOR1 GEO. A. GILBERT, I
-Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIE'S-
6 TAB AND CANCnACAOUA I ,
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For the complete rw '"! Coughs rl> Jo.A.t.bma CONTRACTOR.
and Bmoe lU....11 all Luo r.onpl.hd. ,,
" Perfection of Aeroplane YendlDf to concuinptiou LlTtorwort. Inr Mini "
Wild Cherrr, havo for aaw.oi.lue.t| t mit I \
.. bllj>hrO rrnuiMiion as A >>miiiiir l mnxhrsmedr. |
Dooms War. .. .It ooittAlit no of.him or harttifti1rtriiir. T. ft. RIVERS, )ft.lc[ D. 1 .
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c n 'IK- illh'; wtlffr '" cbp.'reuPuce <
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",'if',, gtle). t i'd.I I ly br <>.c<',l< rh.rigs.r I I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ..

I By WILLIAM T. STBAO. English JournallM. I
Office over Oaceola Pharmacy: -
"' perfection of the aeroplane simply means the end; of war, : t ne.ldence'l63 .-

1\\ _CBE armaments will go as armor went, while twelve inch Diarrhea PHONES': {omce 148- WE'SELL WE BUYHIDES ___

7" will be as obsolete as the bow and arrow. The AERO? .

. ,. + PLANE> IB THE NEXT STEP. Like Lytton's potent T-\K. J. W. SIMPSON HAY

, compound electricity and dynamite, by which child could destroy I Quickly Cured I DENTIST., GRAIN, FURS

'an army by waving a wand, the aeroplane places illimitable forces of I i Upstairs In Kfttz-Build In/. I FERTILIZERS

destruction at''the command of anybody who can raise fifty thousand I Chamberlain'sColic OFFICE HOURS: } 9 a. m. too 12 m. SHINGLES .WOOL
1:30: to 5:30p. m.
' dollars and find half a dozen desperadoes to do his bidding. Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. lyr AND

As' Captain Tullock says, fifty miles of the concentrated essence, : Cholera. and __n_'__ ORANGE BOXES ALL __

__ .ofthe empire in the Thames valley-oould be brought to ruin by a I i Diarrhea' t ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABt.ECRA.TES ,

single airship" planting a dozen incendiary missiles in certain spots . Remedyrcan'always J I r COUNTRYPRODUCE

' during a high wind. Only a FEW MINUTES would be necessary 1 : be depeoded'upoa..' w. L.. wINN CRATE NAILS r

, 'to.have: the whole riverside, with ships, wharfs, warehouses and also I II i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .' .
I I Dnrlni-the summer months children
pBoWsa.: X.IIS"O"rKm
_..ttbe.aJ'II' Dal, in an unconquerable blaze. v i are subject to bowel disorders and should RMIDBMCB Pmonm in. F1oat.a
I reoelre the moet careful attenttoa. AM
THE HUMAN RACE IS ABSOLUTELY UNPROTECTED FROM M unnatural loorieneM of the We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. .
soon
i ,IBOVE. WHAT,' 'THEN, is DEMANDED THE GOVERNMENTS I I bowels Is any noticed Chamberlain's Oolle.* W. W. CARSON, b. C. S. We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping 4
Cholera.. Dlarrbea Bemedy should bKlren. y PARLOR' 1
DKNTAL '
.;n HpULDt FEDERATE INTO ONE GREAT WORLD STATE. WITH INTERNATIONAL parties.
INTERPRETING THE AN I Coats tat 23 cento keep Got lie RIVERS BuILDIN Free delivery 5fi city limits. Phone No. 12. ;
" .,. ;:TRIBUNALS. LAWS AND ft; I* economy to always a '
'iNT R''' TlONAi.. PARLIAMENT WITHOUT WHOSE COMMAND NO I bandy.--,You do not know-when It may, OVCn OBCBOLAPMARMAOY -w '&re county'agenia. for good fertilizsrs. Ask us for circulari' ::
I be needed, bat when you do want It you and prices, .on fertilizers. .. . .;\j
ON THE EARTH, I. TO runs.
T
IN THE AIR OR ON
COULD TAKE PLACE 1 11
WAR ) 3
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Notice of Apolicatlon,'for Tax Deed ''I .

POISON LORESome' GENERALJDIRECTORYOf .'Under Sections 5Z,4': and 678 'of' R
,
Colony
.
the .GeneralStatutes of the Z0ji Prosper Company
the .
.. '- \f Cfiurdies and Fraternal Sods .
r
Sta\e of Florida zg .
1' ,
Obscure Fact Revealed a, of Kisshnmce. ; : :
Notice U hereby >lvm that B. U t: .ley. pur.luu .
by Study. of Toxicblogy., ... '" .-of Tax ."UlcatAI) No. alt dated the arf e I-
*. CHURCHES. : day at July. A. D. IVUU/ hu tiled said wrUflcaU I*

... my ofllM and hu made pplleatkHi for tjideed to ,. Hfers more the inv
to. ,
PENALTY OF THE' PEACH. ] ", u. to ooonUoo with law.l StUA o.rUflo.U : > -
THE
BAPTIST
.It...
tnbrmee the followlnf dweribed property. homeseekei-
il Bunyan Stephens pastor. atad In Oeeeol oounty, florid. o-wit:. ;ft.R.glntlf..tw..tofauth.utoorntBia'k. PROSPER or and r--...

A Oooum."t .f Antiquity That:Shows Sunday School 9.45...*.a. m.=N. C. Bryan. i of Babert B...' Addition,: KUelmmneCity.!run 4 COLONY for: 0v' hundred dollars "

the Egyptians;, Knew How \e Make superintendent w et DO feet north UU f.st..tat W teet, couth '

and U.*' Pru.aU Aoid -Th. Poisons Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.45'p.. m. lip feet. than Ian at1d. :
'. Prayer meeting 1.45 Thursday evening'. The said land belnv ........ at the date dl the 4 company
Qroo and Rom
.f'Anoi.nt -
B. V. B.:'U.: 7.45 Friday evening. tuuanoe o(...ob terllfloalie. the name. of -A. J, TAFT1DT Q in America I

I. the mythology of Greece there H..n.. 7 .
Visitors always welcome. PROSPER """*
which Unleae mid ertiflcae hall be redeemed aceordlnc % u '
somber declared
a saga
was

'that In the far north, later -described ....-- ------l'RESBYTERIAN. --- -- alit dayof to law"' .petrA tax deed-DI-I90------wlillaa..e thereon on the J ,f. COLONY For P rticulara--and-Illustrale
as Colada, there dwelt'pom sorcerers Wltneu my official eltrnature and ietthla the
m.-Geo. ,
(
School 9.45 a. F. .
children of the un. Of these Hecatepoetssessed Sunday 2Mb day of July, A U. 11II1e.AFrHU ,
. -
Parker superintendent. E. DON G.AI\I. < '
?(
vast knowledge of poisonous '
Prosper
Christian Endeavor 6.45 p. m. r'lerk.1..lt Court Of OnceolaCtunty. Colony Company
.
herbs, which passed to her daughter '. .' riorlda
till
Medea who administered drug to No preaching" or prayer meeting I By' 8. H. BUMX1CK 1>. c- H

that dragon which,guarded the fJolddi October tat : ---,..; .to'seli KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA, %. .

Fleece and urged Jnnon to Rlndtqtor- Victors most cordially\) invited to all Notice of Application AGENTS WANTED

services. tIn
Uke achievements.Meues Real estate 1 .. ,
one of the oldest of the UgJl". To tl|\ tMii-iii" i.1. ,i snx'er.i ? I IN I C. wrlllng I'k-Hiiu-rooiilloii thin.palto;'.
flan kJuffs and Altiilus PUjlouietcitho I', CIllU8TI N. ; .'Hi. .<. m l 1"1' K""<'"i ,Dun, ..n.'the Jlrd: ijiijof. .1 .

tORt king/ vf 1' 'I'J'IIII1K. undoubtedly tiiKUHl A. n.iiiu' I ulli mukn upiilli-Hlluil Hi I
pophotMed wide knowU-Ufij of mediolnnl A M. Chmholm! puntor. the, < o lilt Jii'U.- o: ii.i-uiili< "'iiuiilj i I"rn1.. *,, order ,

: (pluutH] AttnluH PhvdoweterCintwunllwl Preaching/ first mid third Sundays ('Ife'J1 in I sell, II( tenlrao. .tinTilmwlBiT,. ,,iti' illrilivil ..ifMu ............. ..............
"I
iiiiHllolnt'n. and elpel'imenttsl ; month at H a. an.. und 7.45 p. m. I < "'.1| htUhU h"Irlua< 1 .11"1 'iho I "
.'!('r hat. ,r.. ''li. .one4. I, h hi,: aid:: helve, nil' '
with. ..,.IMOIl14. lie wan fainll Bible School !M5 a. _m. -C. E.,Yowi-11 .
!! mit. I i the I'ntmiv of ir>1n tin.' nmlliiii, ,' "r i iY.loM. ,
lar with hJ'H<')'1I IIIUK. aconite.orn. aupermttndent.Christian" . tAilasw. .1, t- - '

trum,
MHUiud.Kos IXipntoreitl further Sunday of each month nt 6.30: p. m. :glad, -iiUlli of. tin at
than either of these, lipwrvor ns he I'hf1il' northl' t..t i!'iiul,.- j.f lit I .. 11 Mhui- '1"ntI'"I l ]
add practice every -
Prayer Reading ,. .. .. IweRavein
prei>nrol the famous mixture tlurlUdiCoinp'wd ,SIM, 'linn t\\n In I tit \ n hfi 'l\> IIM 11.III MX HIMTHUK
Thursday al 7.45 "p. m. .
of flfty-four ingredients, ami *' 'l ) time eut: tlutijtu' lath nut
---r- f"ucihr,1tm. bi ,k'. the'ii' ''U.t l" iKII !
which In later days ..oli1 at n great .,., .ftg. , "
- M'lSCOI'AIHcv. nod IHintuuil- ill i < i I'II. 011'I I
,
Tjicr+* In further evidence nf
price
finite .IIIKrV 'nI I ."' hUlldr"I aid I I 1 I'" '
1 DOlD.l Kidil.. n-s.tor.A . . ,.
Egyptians :Vuri'i10 til pi: ii il l rf 'IIHI1I4' e'r ItltTlllK'
') :Sirviitvi'rv serum Sunday at 10J0A. :! l \\ I HIV .., ""-. .I' 1 1'''>- : *

various tt'cliul" wmks .. tn. a""I1..p I jn. .. s AII\|tirrfc, .,> ItirTinir'a.'I. I 10 ,'li* i I" mar i-'m mina I
The most Interesting feature of the Sunday uf x.dl,t "rjr.ntl l tl'1. lu notc. w ill the I
Morning: prayer and litineviry ',. ., :r.; . .Low Prices
poison lore nf Hop, "In'OMT. In. t hefact i' iiiIII 'I 1 1. 11 ? iI' ".1 I uii"
int- at 11.:1i( a. m. -( 01.\111'1',1.,.\ ; by a Uiv- n'. -us IJA"iln *-. .
thut the 1-JI'1'1I"1I": {' were action ,
.
ni4ii..Suniliy. \ ?tfli-iliit! I .r"; 111. ...t.in. : ofl'III .
'
ed with priiHvIe in id, one of the mootdendly 4>
:.iirt; and! 1th Suniliiv l II" r iv'i'esNotice
poison They distilled It from : :School1iI; -- --- . -. ..
certain plants, unit l trees, iuitnl.lv. the ]O.i4l1111.: . 2nd :Sunday; 'J.'M: a. m .

pouel In the Louvre there Is tin an \\': (I 11 ink in'!! *, supeu11tondent.; of Application to Sell the + .

dent Kin'pi Inn pnpynH on which hams I All services' "iisp.mil il' dining: .July Inter..stof'1:10r: : : in Real Estate. ,. .

been dei.lplioil : :a ii'1 1 Augustrt .
"None.. r i inn l>\ n Ji 'Hun' ij" utt'iHiipuil '
"Prmioum not tinrtmui\: of I. .\. (d I. .. .
.
I I 1..1. M. Amide'-n. .. ai'" ".u..w .1 \Jii1mlii II. ,
Under the ,penalty of tin laic' ' li. .. ,. ..,, .
1\ ::1t1..t. And t ,,' -< n 11 t" \idr'! -.ITVHa"pal H niii.<' '
Is'mippi'l-eil In In11. ill 111) \\'l1rll.j I . .
Tills "r-. J.\. ti r I, i- ii. 1.10'I Mnh. "n unit .
Inn/ tn. IIt,,-.. who inl'it' In tiinp'od'tr ,\' I I"" T l1h'I..J1. p'ICittI \ I... ': \nl.i-.n. .... n HIM, III a 'O.f ..lillli, A. Aiiiilt .

r ] un-mi-ru-s III < 'iin a ''', ili>ntiHi.-, I .o I laog, ) ."H't.a :-'UIlIt.' .. Ian nn'gapdSul I .n. il?.,.rt<, il "v Jm.11 nit I. i hi, _Ilya" td'b' | 'i.I i.

the-nllnlmri I illi-s i>f tin 1 ii'1' ". i L" III kilo!.* I."".. n .I..t.I .. m .MI.. i." II ?''-...1'' .. _ ._ .A-,

It IM certain, Hint tu! ];<,'.lau- Iriiii.n, :; ,ij 'M hoi I1', I I. ;.1 in. .1 :M. 1 I/ 'p. I I" nu r. I I .I'la" .d, 1. .. ..I..L.I x qr 'm. N ;:Inv.: . I . ...'.."....
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of |,'mshK. .M.M'( fro III the 1 I'.d I ; :inline' r "' j i "u' HII 1r-l iu% I f-iileml. A.11 lwn' nlI
sill u"rini. ial 'I' I.I lix' .- h, III.. II. III I'llllV I -11.11, '
hlsturt, IIUK ti Unit in lie n-ljin of 'II, I Pena'., 'm' iM. etery, Va 1 .h1l'-day i''f.I" ."..t"L m. t'i KI 1")'II 1 h-' ;inl'aP-"I, I I ii(., nl.in., d! : -

-r1UH..i' II(1rnil.Ki.inin: fits knight and fill II"'IIK..I Ji'inl III'ftreason l '' l' t;I,1.. I I I In nun<,. i nuiil\t.' ninl.it I /1 t?-.,Ihn-. ",h,lun'l.Ural', nn\.I M4itf, -.t.111..1.! uut 1 I IK tau. mil IL I. ( 4.l-k: I) cu((1!! of Nails i I '" -- _

tin"i ruat.rs.In : r4iI i I'l'a ii"I L.e VsSJjturdii\: \ night.IRA'1'hRN.11. ., ,
tinf t "f a i \ > '.. -, ,ill,.,11' i, f.I:1 \. I
the fi, \ i I'.1 .., .. -
(; n was .
uu inn iKiiipni> I I > i .r n -" "ii' |i iJ

Tot'He Iltd "f uplt.ll' 1'11".11111.,1' . Inn 'i.'' i 1. li'I_ tptnrrn, i. II" ;
and suicide.xjMil K ii nf 1111"'l'"i'hill" I ': I i I. .-in.. II "1 IKsv ,Li'IN.J i i '". .i. .'...I'.,, i .i i,j ,.I... ''..''i"u'.'...,.t ,... '...., .ml...-. (( tai'; i 1 oml( : of) t I Pi 1 ttsl) 1 1 q.'lel".fect I >

self demure l II ii>u"as roiisidi-n. d bj tinGreeK - - tin i 111" 'I' > 'iv. 11 I
. I' > :, Ii I II
a" tau i-\tuii>iai'.> in i .n' sof% Ire. : \ ugh< '

Ing the wiiil, fioni tlu-H
man df qualitj Ti-liileH' In thin Hit-. I"li-LimrN, i au' II't n'rv .% :\1. in' riI i lu-t i -_1 i I'> ,in1 'at'. ,,,._!I,,, I .", "...., .. ( 1 \ ( ? (" I .. I

I', ." I ... nl d.. .
li' i .I i nun
win. l1ulnJ 11.1 i hnl'l'l"' for t .t I: IIL -I' .... .

yenrs, iblHlni-, l ll'n,'e to duke: II i i 1""'.-i I I I.rr1\, I I I 11.01', "," " : Alo.I., ,, .-d'.

o\i di'.in. lest' in lima: foal'o 1 \\' 1 I" I." I I V. :J) IMlM 1hI':1 I: ', ..d C'arloadPa( 1. I roicl i l 1. JiootlYire_J 1 i .. ,

should liajifii| | to have n cti.u' mge In 1"1 ':. .! . I,. .', I r.'h
goal! turtiiwe"N 'J ? ; C. n .-.. I. \ .

< !, nnilir' nf Colophon ((21)1 l i l 1 'S: It C .1 ] I' '.>: F.} .d.. -
wrote ,ihv moot nuvluut tvurU vxiaul I : l' I "" 1 1Lud II 1- -
.. ". .. '. ( :10 1tl3t111.0(1 \ .
An ; n I
on the snidest of puNonJii' 'rl'treatise !';' I ) nl ; , Ll. . .
b1 .
} titian ro N "
I n 1nt rlu 'r ? '
described effects ''d I 7., tloeh me htterpity t .
he the al -o
N'cdnr.ddy night ')iald',1 air 71 II dui) ,1r Jidy I 1) Jag, tt Tux ''. ... . .. ';..... .. .' ,''';.' j : , 'r \ ,, " \ .' : -
.,
nnliu venom In another iioousliU: >rc
> the tain f funel'ocrtle|* colchicum of 9Plun1., nccnilrothiua h"nhllllf'\'er pati1 .! "i t//,: }11rnI 1p Pr} + tb, (ur t'i i''V"'''', ' ',".<1"t!., >' : } ;,';.iii'f'"r. :,' : ; ..{(, :.. ..,,:I".: ?\,:,); ':' :';:+ 't',, 1))" '"<,\,. -, .. '"' '' 'J/. r.I I \. ".,t'! ..

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utndj recommendedn Id t "f' v .,...L.. it.
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it tbG'IQ. j 1. . . '.. '"..' . . ,.>0. '. " " ,.,.... MV:' I ." ;j\,,\,:" .
of'Dipsiorldear1147'A.'i.1{ ( : ). de ffiHi tJoJ t ill 1''nil N, > '. ....:'. '. ". ." ..

the 'l'1't''U! of ct nthnrl". mflphflto] of { I , Inr.,, I II
imi .. i fl'desa I .' n'I I lit "', "I.. I i I foll| til ...., ''n ,.,. .. ,, : -FORK I BUYING CALL ON
Ii lit I ir-iM .
COp "'I'i l1u'r"II/'Y. i : .. .
h, .ilslinlina i I"si).'. ,11, ". .II I' I I t ?, I" I i.., 10.1 I. i '.... r -- :t
iliiio -
under ,
rlluil ult-ons'
|) .. ,
\ ,II I .I.l. I t I II l' \.1 It nn I... Ii" lu., k. n." :
: piiivtfiis. pol.onx, frirr i \p<: illniul .. ,. '
'n I II" i'n1" t 1" r I I'' -
c' .
) IIIlIlI'Inl jifl-iins I I'. V? l II.> ( !, I : Il., ... J.. ., ,' ,' II.. . "W,... '. I .. ...... >K. I'
PoKmi lorfpolsonlihix1! ." aIt t> .' I' I'.1"' '> ,,' < 0.. ..
ollKldl-ll I I f"l ll hid. l lI ,, .' t
out{ t'ledu ftM .1 : I "Jf* r' ,1. ''i ' '. I .
""ai I .ji",t fir, ninny: agel,. i' iti, u'a Ibis i Commissioners' Session I {'"i, .HIM t, .i t I. I I 'I I'I.,. I'I", '. : ::4

\\>>sA "Uma Antidoteftnail.:\ : .- I ilui' 1 tit I I'l, til** n, ""I"| ,' \ "I' "r. .

the i .nlTNt. itlKirH who ,ilirdl I I"' i wil 1 hi \\ 'it' i -ii >. illi. .( i, ,ill
tar ., Orpheus 1 llili.ltF| U' I .Im i.I sane \ I ." ". *
're scrod
pi'I-' ' 1IH n :(Tonnun, Mom page )
Ml-llill'l-ttui till' lU'lilduiiiH \ !' ._.54. sRltill I 'a H'<>' I.0.Nf hA'wrl''Irnn' .
Morns< VOUIIJ-I1, im, ..!j..,laiilipoition' of Ins time' when 'm'a.tre.' ,lx'_ wilt..._ _I : .r,< 'I", tW. M'AKINSO.N-CO..i
1.f Athens. AiM4jH und n Ie"'-.11. : .
."l fro his work there..
going le aim. to
ers: 1 nCoruinutelj uohs ot their .trc-u 1. ( I' .
Uses: is 1.101'1: cxi< "lciite. I Very respectfully' NOTIC. E .

luTl-k ,1. :'If. Wl1L soN. .JR .
The Hiurtil writings of show 40 .
N; a i '
I OTK B In ho) ?b> R-iven that 'pion'i anlntmttlcuon .
that the art of poisoning| was mist 1'01 I Mr. Ilrought and! ;Mi'. VVillson ap-I for |''' '*,_l WMtvrwork are nqw on tile '.
suicide robbery mid revenge! uiid hI' : eared i in behalf' of the 1 : pioposed, road loHihvmock at the glace uf he tow clerk and any citizen
,
we IOHI-U that the original rattle pot string to inn poet name can do iu>by calling asldoaace
I (jrovVrJ.. Sears, repre- -'\
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knew arsenic aconite opium and otbeipolsonx. l'ntinjl' ; hire IMibeau, also appeared l.I l. By order of Council thin fth day of AutT. V Q, J tt 3a-y3.r1: 4 -:' r sn'a r3t>: r 3syr S rT1 T.3a Jr r'rh J7 1'?,7b'.
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The ancient Hebrews were acquaint I tnlilmlu'il.] No clion was taken however ___' ____ J. R. Gil.HPKT Clerk. ._,-_ h Your Money Back I Il

"_ ed with certain poisons, and "voKi.li' and the lion tsJ !loft the matter Order For Publication. .... Ii 1
and "i Ueina" seem to hate been the ;,i;open until the next re *4 ar meeting in- ; J. H. KH>I>ITT i I *

words! used nn general terms for poison order to give Mr. Scare: tihv. to correspond IN, the i in''uit ('.Airt,, ;,tfi Jnli' !itl, I canon, <><< I l f;,1 j; If YOU dont'Sayihls, is the best offer ever made b'y tale "Best ft
The dcuth of Socrates, !)<'moRtlieuesnannlliiil i unla County I FI lc<>r* : with Mr. B.ns'ieaii: and) s Ni if an JEWELERdill. n r'tte.! 8
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'Cleopatra testify to tit EII".l"'lbKc&n.llu'rhu"u".I.J J K'ro.v.
: pburl1lll'en lieu I kiiowlcMlfre] of "he-ull amicHhltj change' could l null le, rmhle ill I Reinhold '4hIfer. alto \\ rn. r R -d.jf"r- |I !'I The Senn- vVeekly Journs], fix: months -
t.iH'road. lltll to Konmvi. ( bard I-n.tu I Hrleiwrinjr < The Corner And 3lk" >
clen III. 1'lirjna. poisoned the Que('uStatlra \TCB Patron al 1* ;)llIbs' .
In the reign of ArtHXpixes 11 W. ii. JIains, editor and owner of t ,,,, ,, h>' nDil4\it ilpp* "(].M! to ihp.hold . -REPAIRER i/ th Womaa's World'Maaazlne, six Mouths Xf .
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C. -4O5-3M: ) cutting food with LinValley Ua/.etU', presented his bill .
B. by Fpolsoned .
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The professional jMilsonors arose" parlj: of ISHJ'J: which lull wa approved,. IlseSlah'of MSiii,| .and H r"io'lIl itf, TVi- Il, / ..t.

in the Christian era. It Is u-tordu Owing; !/ to a inisuiTdei' 'utanding in regard (IerinanEntire>! HitH r. ?nrIto. see nf'utt' ) '! i for. i No. Commisslao' W '
that Aprtppfua (A. D. 21.1)) rofu:.et] neat to t lIlt' anointment of cattle inspectorfor ont ).....J..rt; ,it l I. tli..rofmXj.ril. i .'d tn IT -"i I(1 I I" *n : dg_
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apples' nt the table of her father Disiiii't No. :U, die. clerk uaa mbtiurttd I ref,!|.l>.nt Dt t'i'tcod not 11. un JII'r..I.y il ? 'pal-nhi'". dtesplanr -,I,; //i" :Send today as this offer worf\ fast long:"" ij
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> to wire the Governor t? with- canoe it "U o'r La:!uru Moiuluy.< lUuV4m1itr 1. I..t 'io-I i!. DEPT. 'J'Ii.
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"Did you notice that woman's exprennloti : E. .1. Brown! appeared before 'ror'lenrllhal On- trvl'r'i t tll I.. hot' ,
I trnvelri Hoard and asked for relief the I .. .
Just then I ? queried u Home on -llixl U1K f*rl W erLfor'Iuhtronw-nftt ? krlu I "
on an c-levntrd train, and lit" pointed!! back taxes on 1l land in 9-27-2/! ; whereupon 1 the Klt 'i'lllu \'alit'H. < / Ui. K ni' 'i'I'i 111' SHOP i t: jij JI ""o---;:;, '; -;::,;,;:;"V S rI .j "" '..

gowned wouinc i IlUhl1..1' h. .aid e tome ,nnl sou" : .-/
to a handsomely ': the l Board reiominended the caneellsition -
whom the exlifenelpn of trnusp' rtntlon of certificates outstanding i ThiN \I''A',' j 17 ledIItimlt'a, .1.1f UP-T.9" E SERVICE BY : :
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had placed: directly opposite an aired against; tins property upon their face I lirL <"irtun i,'.r! l ++++ + +++++ +++++' +++++. + I .. I 11 +++".++
and not too.l'lell\l' man. The old man' PPERIENCCold WORKMEN3odd +
value und omitted without m- J I I.. MOON: I Hdosmii
was about tfi conceal n big t| red handkerchief iyearRw , /. and
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"Thnt old fellow" continued the being no further business,
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traveler "Just took a pinch of snuff I Board adjourned to meet again;\ in regular Fleming ;! Foun i - -ALSO - Ii I-

and took 'It vigorously! and the operation session.' ; K L. LESLEY :+I Graining, Stipling and KoJsomil1 .
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appeared to give the woman nau, Chairman., CLEANING I

sea. Disgust\ was written all over her ARTHUR E. DONEGAN Clerk. . ': Drinks and Fine

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PAINTNG I'Set A S E'lfLTY i
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once the habit of king, courtier and f Plants For ale. REPAIRINGLeave _

social exquisite. The jeweled naff- '
Eggplants and tomatoes now ready I Me and I Prices,
box-what a treasure It wast And -- JACKBASS
for !setting. J. and celery plants ,
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l JTtos -at. a skin pnterPLDadelphlageoord. a hundred i .. IIJ I Satisfaction Gu Guarantee .- POOL TABLE denoihini but fine Job Work'

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y'.:' ...lAmps, Window. .Shades. io.t &c.. .. &c. TYPEWRITERS -
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We' alse carry a full line'of. private and;! business Stationery.We PIANOS AND ORGANS -----_.. ----- ..Matting-s
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': have Guitars Violins "and sundry fittings for all kinds of I GRAPHOfrHONES
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I Estero Rapidly Decaying Resolutions of Sympathy. : WANTED: KISSIMMCC\ CONDENSED mer-the than thermometer 46. seldom going above M or.lower ."

, ,, Whereas the Gr>at Architect of the It fa In the center of the finesthunting section

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,' .. ------?- r mj orange groves to sell to .
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fed miles of its llmu. ,
seen best to remove from owrmidist the corporate
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-" northern customers. Write fully giving fads and figures This It Is the head of navigation of chalit of lake
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Jleavy ,.;Losses and Untold beloved wife of Brother C. C., Turling-
Suffering
t, ; Reported complete description and price, including and riven reaching to the Gulf. This- waterrout
ton and mother of Brother R. O. ijeak; Gty and Is three hundred miles in and
4> Since "Koresh" Failed to Rise, 4v the usual commission to me for County. length
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selling. I shall soenery
. I ___ _--.:::._ bring people to Kissim- There has been such a large number Tourist who have traveled the entire continent
Whereas the said Brothers C. .C. mee to buy
? property, and. after I have .
of letters reclved at this pronounoa- it th. finest Inland water trip Itt
office
askingfor
With.their/ dreams of heavenon eartb tJrntMI. She"s..t present In Turlingtonvand R: p. Meek bare true I had several reliable parties here whom information America.
Tampa regarding this
1 and loyal members of the order and 11 can'refer to, will here city The following are the llng! -
ispelled by the pile driver fthork of stern ndAjjmore highly educated nedor i move open an I and county that the following la pub- prev
ality '/pUow-ers of the late Cyrus W. this Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80 F.bAM '1 office from this end of the line. Thanking prices in this city and county :
stately "woman wa' never ii isbeo la lieu of
seen:! } Florida. ; an answer to each individual -
.," known to fame as "KorB. ," ..lf- She i isxgaid to have deserted her .; \ '. .. aIr for the courteaiesfshowrime and inquirer and as a icurcn ofkoowledre DRY GOODS

infinite I Therefore, be it resolved,, that we-ex soliciting your patronage. .
$Ippoi special discipleof husband in California years ago, being to r.hose contemplating coming ; Calico prints S to to
Mrt deserting the. once prosperous colony attracted by TeW'gXeachmg, on accountof tend the bereaved brothers bur heart Yours respectfully, to this community: 4 quarter mualia .. y .. 7 to '

Jet Estero, Le> county-that is, those which she gave up SNfortune, a portion -: felt syjnpathy in this their great,be. A. S. NELSON 4 Gingham quarter apron muslin,check blaaohed... 7.5 "" ILte HeGInaham

trho have the whO' withal are deserting of which -wait.legallyr ,reavement... KISSIMMEK: . -
covered: by : s.- Wichita, Kansas.Osceola .. Dress; 7..Ilse.
"tiwhile quite st numoecHsk) the couoty her husband. Drl: Graves maywrof Es Be it resolved further, that a copy It haa more than.000 population. White lawri" .- .: . 1I'-Ltie .

Commissioners of" Lee cotmty for firanjial tero lia also come to this citjjxji; of theee resolutions be mailed to each I It im the leadlo market for cattle. Figured lawn 6 2&a
Its property is cheap and tax_ low. 10 . ..
are quarter sheeting
< aid to prevent etarvation Thus the views the of the brothers, that be spread 26"ate
being same as are held a copy County It U almost totally free from mosquitoes. Denim . 10 l11e
,ubble dream' of a man second oqly in "Victoria" Gratia, and one man is sajd I the minutes and that a copy be fur- I It baa a rood live working Board of Trade. Shirting, homespun 7" Ha

persuasive power to.the latej Alexander. to have committed suicide on account of ': nisltod the Kissimmee Valley Gazette IU people art hospitable, kind and .....-.... FRESH

bowie, who"styled himself Elijah the unger last week.Within W. H. PATRICK, Abstract _Company ,I It It has ha a electric II... tourist light hotel and a and telephone thr..commercial srstara. Beef pork and mutton, per JM EATS-Ib..' 8 to l&e

the Second has burst, and scores of I a few days a well known Tampa M. J, HICKS, hotel.. LIVE STOCK

''deluded ones, including intelligent and attorney, whose name has not been ROMA THOMAS, ]It U the greatest freshwater fish market Ih the Farm hors.s ./I'1atoL70
finely educated men and women, are made pubtic. G. P. GARRETT. country. .
I will enter suits againt j Committed. Manager.Real Farm mules . / Iftt) lOt
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:: Its soil will produce ..
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reaping a as the colony mounting to $5(>;e<>)0, J or Yelreta hl_. an---------------- GROCERIES
led astray by the strange and wonderful -I and Judge J. B. W II will diapoaeof the Park Holer Change ands. rOn 1 estate It ha* five churches of different denominations/ Flour per bb'' ".00
man who passed away several interesting case. A\ imilar colony Titles examined and reported-on _,-..JIfio. build In... Meal per cwt 1.6O
I Monday last Mr. J.' M. Gardner I Taxes paid for non-reeldents;! Grite. "
.months ago, but who, much to the sur- was established at I It la absolutely free from the sale of whiskey iflO
BriHtoVTenn. t
and I Instruments .
relating real
to estate Corn bu .
prise of his followers failed to be re- I it has also been disintegrate .j! who has so successfully conducts! thel carefully drawnorrespondence or any other intoxicants. per" 1,00O.te.
)( ray4l4ty j It has the finest ""hauleo.. .. of -7g
towaoflUsixe
Park fo'r an
Hotel the past several ( '
urrected at an appointed time.As since Teed died. The suits wiliSw in- years Solicited In the United States. Hay. 1
L long as Korenh lived and upheld stituted at the instigation of attornefrom turned the house over to his succes.aor'l It U free from crime there not being on anaverage White potatoes.. per.. bu.. I.25
Mr. A. Rose, to whom he R..t.
his belief in his wonderful the the Tennessee of one arrest a month. /10
manner, city, and .
the-.t.r..a! rpr arty some weeks and moved I' It does more ."p.bu.lneaa than .ny'oth.r Rice per lb. _" _6 to fi.
Estero: colony prospered, thousands of will doubtless prove one of national -' ago .F T-EN-l.I-N-S; flva ID..I.ai".ln the State.It Sugar.per lb'. __,j.__ .__. .. fta. _,
to ImMJltverrestdence-on Main
.:. ..idollarg being turned into the exchequers interest. Tampa Tribune. Jslreet.__ has Masonic, a KnlirhU of Pythiss and aWoodmen Ham. per lb.. lee
Mr. Rob moved to this city from Shoulders, lb.. .' .
Which per l]
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ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE. -Situated Rose City. MI-eK, feW' -months flutter pen lb.. an
'!f'Koresh!' and it proved to be one of a ago -- It has three lines of railway and is on the mainline *
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Ute about three miles from Kiasimrnee, and has already s aljlishwi. himself in of the Atlantic Coast Lin? railway.It EJi.. ,jf>cr dos. 19 to 20,
most successful movements of the on railroad, less than one-quarter mile fthe ctinfiilence'and esU ,m of our peopre. Is on the banks of Jake Tohopekaliira. one CotTee./ per lb. 20 *.*. 8teTea.
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kind everinaugurated. Among the per lb. .10. 7\0: /
contributers of the most beautiful this
; from station and within 1K( ) yards of We bespeak for hnVK full measure Surveying'and on continent.It
who gave all to the strange j Is the healthiest town in the United SLalen LUMBER.Per .
tnan were people' of wealth/ principal church and school house; thickly settled of success. the annual. death rate being leas than S to the 1'(W t..t"* 112 ta S20
community. Grove contains.JL'i -- -- LOOO. ... .
among these being "Victoria" Gratia, '- Drafting --
acres, about 5O) large, bearing Wood for Sale.Parties . Its streuU are shaded with ma&fllvor oaks and
;Who succeeded Teed as The head of the trees orang"I its boulevards and lawns are covered with Bermuda PILES I PILES I PJLE8 I IUllllnm
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400 j
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)movement, but who now refuses to act --" grass.It Ind axis rile illntmuut will our
just! coming into bearing also nearly 4OO i desiring to purchase stovd !bindBleeding ail<1 l lllinn I'llonX It shlorbe
' ju a director, of the cplpny\ because she ; wood can get good wood and promptdelivery U in the center of the orange producing the, tumors. a , 'peachr..s. Will sell at a bargian. I section of .' >rI ;believes the people who gave up their Forparticulars address box 283 Kis I by calling Up J. M. Over treet. KISSIMMEE. FLA. the fruit ,.&&l'Iy. Pile I ointment I IH |..r.tr':'r7or Pllns and Itching.
-M money should- have as. much as possible simmee. Fla. I j I phone-No. 1. It has the beet climate, bothlin winter. and sum ouly of the bl'private 0000010 parts 1harmacy.IMMEE I'ricn. r' ,.an.lll (*). Mold '

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; the county 8'&t. of..Oscepla couQtjj .sauafced oo thenorlty bank oJ>>k!, , $ possibly\ the largest membership; lathe Slate when the population of the town i. 1 1I.
hk I ".. "..+0.. -4 1 Is'-'TohopekaHffa, is on_the! main! llno pf. theAllanto( ,Coast Line Railway\ ; '. Is considered. TheM two, order / jointly own a magnificent three-story brick = .,->

,. ."::;--7--'':'' e -- -. -" S-" arid 'Is'ih'e'termlnus of the" Florida.Mldlsnd Railway and the'Sugar Belt .. building in which, they hold their meetings. The Woodmen of the World also J '

< ]I'r-' r .... . '.- ". I Railway. tit 165 mtles southward "Trona- _Jacksonville.'and 75 miles' northeast S have an organisation, as have the carpenters a Union J ...

-.r'; : from Tampa. It lsx>n what Is called the backbone of the State, belnrr 65 feet It would be hard to find town freer from'vloe or crime haD Is Klsslm- :
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_., ..It. ) J ;' t r I i J ,oi f )fake's and(J canals, and'tb1-ee flrst-cltss steamers make weekly trip. between country} not averaging, one month, and the county court seldom holds session I :,

r r. this port and points aa far down as Lake Okeechobet it has a population longer than ttfre* days at any term.. Both the town and county is absolutely ._.e. !
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5v I are Hoed with massive live oaks and Covered with Bermuda grass, and generally do afl la their power to pphold the law: I ,,1--

I Broadway, it. principal business thoroughfare, has 100 beautiful palm trees = It is Dot surpassed by any; section on the globe tor evenness of climatethe I ':,

. = planted In Its center twenty feet apart, making a sight beautiful for the eye tot ; thermometer, seldom going above 92 In the summer or lower than 45 In the I 1.

,t \ - ;.' gaze upon. The private yards aud lawns, are]'noted far their beauty. $ winter and the nights are always cool. to sock an extent that one i'_not com "

+ : The school advantages of Klsslmraee". not surpassed bv any town lea ; fortable unless sleeping under cover. The humidity In atmosphere prevents I t

T ) ". J' ilia In Che Untied States, n has a.; High School building that cost IZI.OOO. It being too oppressive for a person to work-In the suri during[ the hottest 1 .

1T If" ,rhtcb I. thoroughly equipped with all moderp appliances the instruction .. part of the day. It Is the equal of' the mountain or northern seaside resorts -, :.:'
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t ': . !', T 'of pupils, and Its principal and teachers rank with the best. Pupils graduating as a summer residence";and many who have spent summers In Kissim- I Ji'

'''f.:2: .' -fron, the High s.3boorlI.re.Il.1tLe4 to anV'lbolIe.Yer; d 1lkor6uKB'itlhe'lr, mee declare It.to.,be the coolest. and most delightful place they have ever vis :': .: t:

;,........ .J training. Its curriculum contlstsatudjLneiiaattrTto equip a-'aLud ot.t" i Ited. It I. almost totally. free from mosquitoes and goats. _ 1" _n --_ --" -

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q \ : [ aa4' : death rate being less than three to the1,0001nbabt44aSe. Fevers are unknown: i "sy

\IIit = : I ? $ ;, and malaria of any kind has never been known to be contracted in 'Kisslm- '"
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t I'',, .I) d'1 I _I' th.te ire sufficient:: number of children has a public school with a full corps mee, but many persons come to the town to get the dread disease out of their .,

, .' I" of competent!>> teachers. i .... r./ :I '. system. The water supply is furnished by a system of artesian wells.. and' 'r"
" h.(1'i.; I i. Kls'iltnmee U well tupplied 'with Churches, there being a' ttfetbodlit'Z Baptist chemists who have examined it state; that there Is none purer lobe found any = ...... .

". : i Presbyterian, Christian and Episcopal dfenoorinatlon. They all have where Hundreds of persons annually come to Klsslmmeeln search of health* I .j,
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