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 27, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00400
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I will be u.efui'Just' in so far aa Its mem .. , for Brazil. ,Th. !
1- chip was wrecked and
"' 'THE FIRST JA tURf bership" regards .it aa vital factor 'in everything. losC:, Mrs Worthingtonwith WIILGIVOSTHANKS I

the I lty'f life and employs it a* c'An. her husband escaped 'j:
f 1 .lf I- ; ., I- -=: T ( Gazette Appreciated. and. returned, ,
w::.. organization"intended to do;the to Jones-wJley.' '. t> -

Monday idit Was The iirst'TimeSine' work of a board of trade and not doing. ..Mrs."Worthington: lived here the rest For Sanitarimn i ;

Board'of it Is for the than haviri&'noboard -. Improvements; on-
The worse city
Organization' of her life,. She wa a quiet woman of
The'following letters are>bushed with, a'feeling of pride; a* I Carried
; -WhRhiWB I
of trade.-1 It becomes a clog up- pleasant disposition. She had : i Be Out ;Jas; -.J

Trade-failed-......., to MeetFor on the wheels of a city's growth.. they plalnly.tetl u. our efferts top
--,- "'"" "ThisJs..the . "
: day-of-aoing thingsIay , the oldest citizen Id the whole valley,

year there was no more enterprising in which the city that does not advance was one of the.beat liked. f

-, progressive Board of Trade in its interests must surely decline In im Nine children survive'Mr.. Worth In&,. The Jacksonville Times-Union of Monday

Florida than the one In existence in 1 I portance. An active, alert body of business C FAIRGROVE) MICH.. Augu>W7. "'99. I, ton. 'There.are two !sons, John-- 'I} polished the following, interesting

-Kissimmee but there not enough I: and manufacturers united in aboard \ outline of the Sanlfariurn for Consumptives -
were men ,.__Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee,. Fla. Worthington and William\ H. Worth !
members on .hand Monday night to'''. -of trade--sustaining. .vliberally Dear Sir-A short time ago I sent! in an order for a trial subs ington. There are seven daughters, which will be established by the,
I State
make.a quorum; therefore. no meeting !i intelligent and energetic work of it* executive tion to your paper and was more than agreeably surprised upon receivIng Mrs.. W? F. Naben, Mrs. Robert Byrd, near Narcooss : ''

was held. '''I officers is,one of th* most reliable -, it. It is"a bright, interesting paper and I am sending herewith Mrs.. 2. L*; Naben, Mrs. M. F. Nanze.i J I 1". Should: plans now., being'worked out.
The reason w
'most '''simple-minded knows that the 'not 'do' for'progressive"-citizens under come south with us this fall. We-have bought in the St. Cloud Guftn I.. and ICra. T. L.. Roberson. 1 of I world, within a short time, an example

Board of Trade has been n power for I the spur of 'calamity or .of Ji special colony and Intend to come down there somewhere about the last ,'-- MrsTS orthington was Miss' Caroline'Mitchell I I equipping and maintaining' a full- ;

good to this city; that it has broughtit opportunity merely to meet adopt a con- of October or first of'November, possibly sooner. Please send the the daughter of Thomas. fledged farm, In the very heart of th*..

from the sloughs of adversity -! stitflion and bylaws elect a president Gazette to each of the enclosed addresses. Mitchell forraferly-of South Carolina. !I cunaof plney'woods of the'penlnslll.' .,. for the,; 'i

to* the heights of prosperity; secretary and treasurer of their board We are much Interested in the St. Cloud Item We have not She'was born in'JpflF Many are aware of the fact that downin.Oscerla :
that it has added at least five hundred of trade, pay the annual, due and received. our deeds yet Respectfully ? 2T. 1826. She had fivVbrothers, all of

good citizens to it- population that it then give practically no further thoughtto T. H. INGERSOLL. whom rose to distinction n Florida: I IQUe ( county, near'Kissimmee,. i' I
far of this character has existed,, for ,;...;
has more than doubled real estate 'values the organization except. thier attention Lawrence Mitchell, was" vernor
I several The farm ha been ;
called'to years. conducted w
; that ,it has induced many personsto maybe it by an annual of that state. One brother ev

convert our hitherto unused rich meeting and banquet or some other j>ass- .of Green I by Dr. Ennls, who first estab- y'.Ushe'l
George Mitchell, Sp "
PARNASSUS PA.., August 21, 09 the same with the jntontion of '"

lands into magnificent truck gardens ing,incident"IS Dear Sir-Please send your great paper six: months. It is the Fla., is now living. She had one sister. I' it for experimental purpose*. 1
that are paying Immense profits best for local information of any I have received, I-Have gotten Mrs. Worthington married Benjamin Suec aha* crowned the effort of Dr. ',

has cemented the feeling of good fellow. ENDORSED BY SEARS them from all the cities and towns I could get the names of in Pinkney Worthington and they had Ennis, ahdthis'procedure of treatment |

t'' ship. among our citizens." i, r South Florida. I only ,..lab'there were, more paper'like yours. eleven children, of whom two are dead.. of,the .whitKplagua has beenproven- 4-i
1t' Is possible our people think : Respectfully-yours The nine named in this article"all) reside
surest jsnd best method. Out of 'r
the goal has been reached; that in this city. It wan a Jefferson county-
Thinks Pathfinding Contest Would ; 8.fty'pati nta, Dr-NCnnis has succeeded ,,1
been -
everything nece.sary has accomplished family, for Mr. Worthington lived heresince -
in Vrecord has ,.1
curing forty-eight that .
is enough Mean Much to. the State. iIThe" ,
; that our town large ; he was four years old. His parents
astonished the medicals, ftaternity;
that all the bustneH-houses and people here from Kentucky. Thereare ,I'
W. J. Sears, a prominent'attorney of I II came throughout the world. O .1
needed to make a city are here; that nineteen grandchildren and eight
and I Kissimmee and an enthusiast for good Desirous of having the work varried1.-1. 1
land values should not increase Old Soldiers' Colqny great-grandchildren. .
roads, has approved the Times' path- out on a greater scale, and posseesefckpf-
that we should be content to sit idly Thus was Indeed a woman of the noblest
I pathnnding contest from Tampa to a philanthropic nature, Dr. Ennis has- j:
by and not seek further advancement.We ______ ___ \ type. An earnest, practical ;
Jacksonville, and struck a key note told the state board of health .that he ;
don't know, we merely'suppose Christian of the most devoted kind.
of but if \ when he says: "This undertaking means : Items of interest Gathered by Our Representative will .deed the property comprislnarth..' --:;
these are the thoughts some, She I lived her religion,-and during the
farm the state
much to our state. to state should the In :
they are they should at once be disipelled I In discussing the event Mr. Sears in the New Town of St. Cloud. war she did more than her part for the lieu thereof thoroughly equip the farm 't

for a greater mistake never was Confederate soldiers. She fed them. I
said: and conduct It in a manner that_ will ..
.made on their part. I "I wish to assure you that Kissimmee clothed em and nursed all who came prove beneficial\ to the greatest niiinbel' -
stand still l-it must" The-ivew its U..rlas left for 'his former home in door io need wounded.The .
A town cannot hotel-has now got growth ; to her or of
will greatly appreciate it if the cars unfortunate people suffering ::
either go forward or backward; and I entering said contest will select the .and its roof j js of tin, as has the St.' Louisiana 'to attend to business for his old Wcnuhington home was a from this most dreaded disease.

K( 6imir ee today is on the pivot. If route through Kissimmee, and" -if you Cloud Tribune building, both 'of which daughter whose husband died a short grand one in its day and stands yet on The proposition has been accepted by 'J

forward can be business in short time. time Mr.>Dixon is in love with the line to Avondine. For several
she does not go our people will notify us of the date cars will startwe will doing a ago. car the board of h alth. In order. .to pro-

rest assured that she will go I will have. _several_ cars at Loughmanto 1 Mr! Ed. Knapp has his' headquartersJThTflssImmee - Florida, and expects o.retum and make years she had made her home with Mrs.R. vide ample ground upon whlcli' to construct t

;-. and;it vriH-be -much harder- to again meet them. With the exception of and IS always to be found this place his permaneiy home. L. Nabers but this summer Mrs. and equip a farm of adequate 7

pull it up the hill than it was this past I one slough the road from Loughman is at pie depot; to meet all incoming trainsto Church services at 3 pv n. Sunday, Nabers is in Europe and the venerable accommodation, the people 'of Kissinv+ '''.a

.give the colony people a warm wel- August 30th at the St. Cloud xprinting mother'-wa* with another daughter,
year. let and acknowl- .J
in fine condition, and if the rains up mee vicinity have given .
memlwrs of the come and any 'information regarding office Rev, Mitchell of Ki simm>.e offi- Mrs. J. F. Graham, when taken ill and "
There are many they will have no trouble in crossingthis edgmeht 'of their desire to deed to the .
Trade. who attend its ,St. Cloud and the colony lands. He ciating. All are cordially invited. X died there surrounded by her children
Board of never [dace, as there is a, good hard bottom state enough property adjoining the En- "
to invite them to his officein Mrs. E. jL, Lesley of Kissimmee spenttwo and g.andchildren.-Birmingham Ledger 1
the never fails
is case
meetings, and as Also, by that time our commissioners nis tract which consists of five Acres, '
the Annex, where they days here recently with her friend, August 13.Thexsubject,
they are the very ones who have profited will possibly have same in proper Graystpne to make up a total of 100 acres, the \I. .'
the the Board of find a nice, shady place to spend an : Mrs. Cull, our merchant's wife. ( of the above sketch was
most by prosperity condition. property to revert back to them should! :
Trade was the means!, of bringing about. I "From Kissimmee to DeLand I am hour with Mr. Knapp and his estimable] I Mr. Cull seems to be doing a thriving well know- and loved by a large circleof the land be ever used for any other i<:

who attend only business, and he sells goods right. We friends in this city, where she formerly '
There are others informed, the roads are in fine shape wife.We purpose. {
I find that Contractor Frank Bass hope the firm be successful in our to spend her winters.)
which measures. are to may The ,
such H-tings at aid that cars will really have no trouble state will accept these kind of-

be presented that will affect their person in getting from here to Jacksonville. practices what he preaches in regard to new town. fers, and the farm will! consist of 100
I; well drilling as he down a well at : The frame of Mr. Penn's new houseis J'
advocate put
,al interests, onto oppose or Our commissioners are alive to HOOK WORMvljISEASE acres. A.OOn as the properties do- .e
which particularly the lumber yard 158 feet and 5 inches,.1 up. It is to be a two-story house
,. measures in they are the many advantages of good roads and ntedare_ properly ..assembled by quit--.J:;f
interested.. .I are now completing a hard road to the while we were satisfied at a depth of 64 I II with seven rooms., and will be a creditto 'claim deeds, actual preparations fore_ .. -

feet and Mr. Newell said 25 feet got our town. Dr. Stiles Gives Suggestion' to a'.
There is another class that attends-ev- Orange county line and will then com- I tablishlng and equipping a farm on ;
Mr. Bass to Mr. B..H. Weiser of Weiser Idaho, ,:
him water. expects ,
erysession when possible, and-use their plete the road to the Polk county line. good Its Treatment. x wider scope will commence.,

' best efforts to advance the welfare of ram also assured that the Orange and,.' keep Ms machine in town a few days is here looking over our colony', and will ...../.The farm will be'locate In what I ie ,;''J
s l in order to down all wells Invest if conditions suit him., First rid of\\th j parasite causingthe'hookworm .
longer put
kntown Hendori. with frontage _
all the 'people, regardless of who may Polk county commissioners will meet us, as park ,a -.,
will .necessary. ,for present;use. .. ;? <,, V Your.'correBDondent had > the'pleasure disease; rthen; attention the beautiful I '
I bejJ: .That' class bas made Kissimmeert'what and then there be only stawt spaceto "| > "' !
t: the class which Lakeland'andTampa People are not coming in.very fast at of meeting Mr. C.. R. King of San FranCisco ahould be directed to treating the pa- that :. ,
.. :it ia'todayfthat"; ie! fill in between Bartow name. established ,
ha performed all.committee work: I present, and we think it is for the best Cal., a colony man and Mr. Wm. tient afflicted with the malady. The farm Will be

''as the excessive rains have prevented,:Thomas of Noble, Okla., who wishes to This is the advice given to phys ian _
discommoded itself this road to
dono all the drudgery, "If we "can get through maintained with rroney from- the state
the carpenters finishing the houses !according buy something good in the shape of a and others in the treatment of the so-
and stood ready I satisfied it will be of
occasions Jacksonville
on many am I board of health funds. 'The health department
I to conlrac but when the rainyseasun bearing called "lazy" disease by Dr. Charles ''
...:...,-atall times to perform any duty assign- great benefit to our section of the state. j by an aat of'the: legislatureof
fast. We also met Mr. Solomon Bender of the division of
i is over we will grow a WardeU Stiles, chief
red' it To that class is due all.the credit --Tampa Daily Times. 'I 1899, receive. its' fundsfrom a half
. condition. I i Albert Hantch our first settler will colony man who has four sh res. He expects zoology, hygienic labcatory, public i
of this town's mill tax. on -Assessable in
prosperous property
should THlTLEAD I i soon be in his new house, it being nearly to begin building at once and im- health and marine hospital service. ,
The meeting Monday night I KISSIMM f IN ''the state.. Some months ago the fund
The completed. proving his property.It For several years Dr. Stiles has de- '
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have a most important one. had, by-the economical effort of that
is learned that one of our colonymen voted practically all of hi. attention_to '
and his black dog, ,
Board has advertised 5 grand barbecuefor I Mr. Sampson popular! and able official Dr. J..Yi Portr -
is corresponding with six maiden investigation of the hook worm disease, ,
the moved into their o.ouse builton -
the 13th of October r, but only have new state health officer; reached a sum
the With a Collard Ten And a Half business lot. He from Kis ladies up in Maine who want to come particularly as affecting, the southern'
member of the -committee having his exceeding $160,000. By an act of the
down here and start an old maids' cooperative states, where it was found to be,.-quite
Feet the canal by the
boat '
the High. simmee
i is by --
affair in charge who was present, up recent legislature $60,000 o{ this money .
of the old St. Cloud mill and then into farm. We thinkhere is the prevalent. He ascertain that"'the dieease "
chairman. TIDe next meeting sugar 'was ordered transferred to the
Bartow is a thriving little city and chance, and this may start some more produced a profound anemia in peny
take the lake north of town. Mr. Sampson
scheduled to '
of Trade is ion fund in order to make deficiency
Boyd produce many big things, but to thinking. Why should not a those affected inabilityfo up
place'on the 13th of Septerrber, just may is certainly aJucky man, as he-has a lot company so causing an in department. Owing to'another ..w
when it comes to producing fruits, vegetables of start' farm and
women a poultry kind orkand leaultingin
perform 0
much-talked-of in the best of town that we pre- any /
one month before the part act:of the legislature, the board 6t N
and field crops, Kissimmee dollars inside fruit arid truck garden? A woman can many instances In slow death. The
committeewill dict will be worth thousand -
\ event is to be held. The health will compelled to par'out-ap.
leads all Florida towns. ; ;' garden as well a* if she like the publication of- tr.: Stile conclusions ; '
makeIt of six
that to mon4BJM p
time than .
need more proximately $13,000 a* a result of the
The local press of Bartow publisheda I The latest B i that I have met work and wishes to do- so. There Is mI.Jhn ;4io attracted wide attention... !
the success it should be. recent epidemic hones Jinf Du.val
wweekk A&'Qthe statement that a IBbwns in It, and the out-door work drill Showing that although hook worm among ;
Kan. money
:J. LuJ
i i. A. ; ,
---- "As far a* the Board of-Trade concerned are Colombia, and Marlon'oooaUe...
collard had been grown near that city ; help to bring back lost health 'and roses occur 'in in any
'. advertising the advantage and Goodridge Vppriville, Mo.; G. B. disease may person While the withdrawal of.thesis amount
which was eight and a half feet tall, MontftE Johns' to: .h. theeks.Mr. walk of life, Dr. Stile say that it 1* particularly
Mo. William ,
almost i /
opportunities of this section are I will weaken tl. fund of the health de $
when and th* !item has been liberally printedby Fairmont W; Va. Cyrus Buckhart, L. A.Hippolite ha ,sold hi* interest among the poorer classes thatIt .'
it a standstill and the time is now ; partment. yet no,, Mrtoua anclicap"Jll ,
tho state pressas evidence of.what here to Mr. Drury Howard of ocean and that the average hook ?
Pa. Armstrong,
literature setting forth the many and Philadelphia ; Henry be suffered .and""lmp' 'under, ,. ;
the soil of this state will'produce.: Bradehtown Fla. These people having Maine. / worm patient cannot afford to lose the *.
.variecKopportunities! and 'possibilitiesthis contemplation will be carried out a*
On of this week Mr.,Jc Howard left the mill .
Tuesday in unable to Mr. has sugar several days' wage to undergo treatment
secttoivoffers should be scattered just ,come they are express planned. .
the west and NirniU, who lives on the Miller e opinion regarding Florida; but camp and taken up" his abode with It ii therefore, he says, fre- method'ottniatm.nt 'i1'
broadcast; throughout of tuberculosis -.
about one mile east ot this cay, broughtto that fact doesn't affect Florida in the Messrs. White and" PowelL He will quently expedient to conduct the treat-
of this count -
north, nr in thofrvportions at the farm in Osceola 'county "will
the Valley Gazette office a collard work for short time. and ;
carpenter ment Saturday evening Sunday
-there are thousands who are casting least While living in the North we outdoor, lifeTents'
try larg-e1yof
stalk that measured ten and a half feet land The surveyors are busy finishing up morning."Notwithstanding. consist
about for a place ihstte south in used to think of this state as the will be erected, and In, .the.. the 'pa
in length and stated that ,tor three snakes and and the job of laying out.the town and lo- that primarily we y
of ,
which to make their futur orne, and alligators, ague tients are to reside. In order to limpnate
years it furnished all the collard leave :such It in but conditions ca>ing new colonists, and from what we are to treat the parasite, not the pa- -
is in all this Ian which was some part
there no place possible dampness,the tonU-WilL ,
his family desired Tor the table besides have this imrnediateTJcim hear it wont be lon&'till we will all have Uent,says 1r.; Stiles, "it should be remembered .
holds out as many inducements as does : changed .even Jn_ be boarded from the ground upward..1o.. r
. netting him quite a.sum for.their and for the better eve fn" the.deeds to ouVlots and ii-acta of I land. that if too great quantity -
"XI.almmeeand Oaceolacounty;; y a bright of one or two feet and 'It" t?;
--- - settlers andIn6w I. T..NIU"NED. of thymol U absorbed by the patient,
the of ld ,
..ytownTnthe.ta'tetsputtlngf 'aaleDf memory that
-mO*riV Course all know that* most probable the floors will be of
we vegeta- i poi excelled alarming symptoms and everi death may
of Florida Is -
effort to Induce tourists to think part
rth wood. Th partaking of medicine will
every and abundant In _.
tion prolific MRS. C. WORTilNGTON the and thepatlent's
ioNmpre occur. According, patient
make their winter home in their midst by any place on earth. be lessened, to a minimum, and, th* '
in other state In the
Florida wan any should be
family carefully '
and agriculturalists to settle in the-eur- I Messrs. Powill and White have built welfare of the patient will rest al.
and have raisedlarge Union, butewryonelloes not know : a 'small house to batch! in, and have warned pot to permit the patient under curative
rounding territory, Kis Sketch of Wdl Known lady Who most wholly with the properties
soil surrounding ;
: that the inaqd circumstances to have on the Sun-
mill any
moved from the -
of to : on a system over sugar property. of the outdoor aided" the
sums money carry life by .
and bettor fruits : !
simmee produce more Recently Died in Alabama which the treatment
day during given,
of advertising, which will be returned At present those gentlemen are I i : balmy salt breezes from AtHhtTe" and
other section
to them ten-fold through increased and vegetablethan any ",working, on Mrs. Thomas' house at St. The funeral, of Mrs. Caroline Worthington any food or drink containing alcohol gulf Intermln&lInawith the tropical
of the state; therefore, we make the fats oil. Patent medicines should be _
who died
Cloud. ; yesterday morning at 1'1'
before the winter
population atmoephere tinged with a degree of turpentine -
ends. In Kissimmee, little along this statement direct, and if there Is a per- Me. n. L. A. Hippolite and J. H. :| 6 o'clock at the home of her daughter, mentioned particular because of the from the,trees of the pin forest
J!. line has been done, and from present son anywhere who doubt 'Neweomb were up'to Orlando last week;! Mrs. J. F. Graham, will be held at the alcohol many of 'them contain'and even *. '
ness, all w* ask is ,that he come here milk and butter should be 'forbidden."
nothing looking at property with a view to buiing'as residence, 1006 South Twenty-first
more poee bf the
appearances we judge Not only will the indigent
I' \
and make an investigation therl.fdr. Dr. .then cite is f seriousthymol
; Twill be done.: condition here do not suit street, this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Stiles a case state become eligible to admission to

t i; 'The Kissimmee Board of Trade has When you want big things, good I 3. C. Jaque and wife of Cincinnati Interment will be in Oak Hill cemetery.Mr poisoning following; the takingof the farm but any and all',who cannot

been the best friend our people ever things, pleasant things the beat'They of Ohio, have recently moved, Into the *. Worthington was the widow c-f a copious drink of milk the day thymol afford to seek treatment by ;othermean.'or -

r'r' had. and to. turn their backs upon it everything, come to Ktasimmee. old St Cloud store building pear the the late B. P. Worthington. She wasone was taken. i .. i elsewhere" will be welcomed. :j.*;.

\ are..,here plenty and to spare. of the'pioneer>> citizen of Jones
fff now would be suicidal, and an act that lake.Mr. The plan is a seemlngiyfadmtrableone

r Would be a" source of regret to' them fish J. F. Callahan will move to his f valley. Mrs. Worthington was" 82 years Important- Meeting.v and should it be successfully\ carried ;
Barbecue.and Fry. home in Orlando in a few' days. old. The committee
"rt.throu&hollt their live*. new having In charge the out it is very probable that 0>*

( rfThe value of active boards of trade to There will be a" grand barbecue and While we very much regret his leavingour Before the war Mr. and Mrs.'Worthington - arrangements for the barbecue and fish world at large will offer! thanks, to.FJor-' .,

f' a community is thus commented on by fish fry, at Pine Island on Friday. Sep- midst, we wish, him every success owned a large farm in the val fry t,, to*. b-. given October 13th' will 1 Ida for, taking the initlatrvejri UK,movement ..

) :J. the Baltimore Manufacturers Record: tember 3. 'to which everybody i I. inrvited. in his DeW home. ley. They Jived at that time *near : meet at the.Valley Gaette that mew 1a toward *.tamV''

"A board of trade or similar organ There will be horse racing 'and ,Mr.-Jones, who ha been working forsome Avondale. At the close of the war Mr. on loIoiDd August; : *0tn>*t 4.30'p. m. big Gun disease that is>>; #.wMr.

:::, Ration. intended to 9J'P1lzeand! conoen. 'dancing and a general good time i* assured tin for the Colony Company;has, Worthington sold; ont*a good deal of his A full I attendance! fa| requested, u

;j'- trate the creative energies of acommunity everyone who attend Every- moved over to St. Cloud Junction. property and'' converging| Into gold, pgeiirryeinab.definite plan at 9ee i and Mrs. J. W. Miller .pinf'14 ,::

'f': ; upon) development .and expansion thing'wtll be absolutely free. / Mr. J1L ptkon, one of our first **t- took hi* wife and 'started'with a party, s. 1. TaJnJ'rT: Chm:; i.J __ .in ; ....." J _ _. w

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THE ROAD: .. j
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, f .F'A '- .S' PI.n!' for Better Be Din :I, .
.. .. ...a=:> ';"' ofJllts ,
-J.... . .. . ,cussed In First Structure Kind. '
" '. : : .'. The Washington good' 1 .D.F'1-2 1 '
t. roads :
, : .., Details of a'Method Which Origl-- building on, the Alaaka-yukon-fucllic' ,
{. and ]: BUILDERI: natedlrt. Clarktciinty, Ga. exposition 'ounda.tacln& Nome circle '" -,I
,. . ... ..,' Is the first building of Its,kind to be ; --.... ---- .
erected in Derica. Here Is shown, a S _J -T ..1l _

': .Does G&neral Contracting and Building; i and.Furnlshes.Esti-" MATERIAL IN FIELDS EN. .well..equtpped laboratory, where.road 'i. i
,may be tested for detectnln--.
mates on Structure of an size or Dimenslons.-whether I
lag their value 'another Isjhown
la. room.
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,I.: '' a Two-Room" ..._Cottage__-or a.Tourist. Hot.s1.'J : '.. r- Boll Usod Muet'Have Enough Send or \ a. model In miniature of onp of '2 On all Figured tiwns., ;
WELLS Gravel and Clay to FUVat Action of the four quarries which the state Is %
Makes a Specialty- bor a ARTESIAN *
: nowxputtlng In, operation tor' supplyIng
and Weather
Traffic *Cost From
------.:: in which he has-met with the greltestsuccess; crushed rock for. road' .building,. I :
250 Per f
. | S300 Milo.A Mulls and Silk Tissues
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'"- .. :_ \ of any Tman in Florida.will - This..pIa* ta now being installed .
new method of Toad construetlon Fldalgo island, near Deception! pass/In 'I t
-. .. which. .-rccentfy sound.XjbS '1 : tt
Give him 'your war and it \ TTl"nwi - was evolved ID Puget total appropriation '" t
. be well and quickly done.IVlSisimmCC : Clark county, Ga., la called the top made by the. last' legislature for -- .
Boil method, because It"-consist of the rood \ot the state. was "; AT" S Si ,

TL building tbe road out 'of the- surface *1.3::000. -
soil from'the adjacent fields. In sOtneI The good roods buidlng has an -
------ I la. like the e\uj I while In others it Is similar to the which is complete In all appointments, "
gravel road. So far as the writer: la being provided wltb stereopticoA for'" .
- SUNNY SOUTH STABLES aware Clark county, Ga., 'erijoys the Illustrated lectures beginning Nit: 3

distinction of baring originated this p, m. each daj a series, ofb-enutlful_ pictures !
method. The details were worked out will be shown of scenes In the IKatz's
by Professor O. M. Slrnliii-of Georgia state of Washington. At 4 p. -m. each

. L..H.: INGRAM. Proprietor. unlvejj-slty and Clark county's com day an illustrated talk: on roads is :
missioner of doeds. given touching methods of construction
and The success of this method depend maintenance repairs dust prevention .
. Livery Sale Boarding largely upon the sol] used. Just any etc. as practiced in the '
soil will not do. It must have enough United States and other countr ea. g NONE RESERVED .
sand or gravelin l: it to resist the actionof Here the first American congress of!
the traffic and weather and enough road builders convened on July 5 to I '4
1 Well equipped with New Stuck IUHl Vehicles and prepared clay .to bind,the particles together. It 8, Inclusive, when delegates from every ,, =-- __ -==: - -- _-. -- - ---_
to meet all demands with I perfect s"ulK/actiou.' is. well known that although clay has state In the Union were present as e

a high cementing value It will .not well as from Canada and England. ;

HEAVY' HAULING A SPECIALTYBROADWAY make -good road if used alone on account The' good roads building baa been 11-2 OFF 1-2
of the fact that when It is wet placed on a permanent concrete
it absorbs moisture and softens. It' foundation and will bo used by the .
-PHONE 1 102 is also well known. that 'round, water' University of Washington as the future

worn gravel or sand which is clean ] home of the department of high vVVV VVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVV'N
- and free from englneerln'l.PRIEST '
cray -not produce a way -

..................................................................... sallxfactory road surface because neither I -- ', --
will bind but It clay. gravel and FOR GOOD ROADS. 'K WNN NN'NNM1'frN1M4N'W N NN1 N WN'N
sand are mixed together In certain r ii
5 Many paopio il a hank at little or no capital knit, one a larirraplta). produce a surface which will he both !
Pr ached Father
Plaold. -
ty by ---- -OF ---
% A II\SK'I\f'AtITAf: AND SUKPI.1'8 i hard and smooth the year round..
$ U. the fund that t>n>t''<'t> the fleit'.>.Hltortt from I li.... ilH'ri-forp the larger It U the If these materials can be found already Headed by Father'' Placid superior. i TOILET 'REQUIS' S J!
gassing priKerliixi, the ,h'II'-II| <4 n*.o rut i hank IIAM a mixed she trouble and of the Conception'monastery at Conception .
Capital of i-l.ftlill, l lt ( expense Mo.. In Nodaway counly. the '
Surplus Imi'l of I\.ixn I m.tockliulclurm'liability i of mixing can be avoided. It Is a com I
.""* .-. .. ... -xi.tin-(Hi mon practice throughout the UnItedSlJI.tes't township put fifty-six board of of Jefferson tbe seventy-eight townshiphas f Jap-0-Nita Talcum Powder j

A tout i>f |H"> 'U i 'mi i se bonk'gravel for roud'surfaclng -' miles of road In rue township under a ,'--
% 1 hr ineaiiM that vvi stud L I M.'f]l ,, ""L">"I b'-foro our ilvpontlora cod' loa, a which has a Httle clay tn It system of dragging contract Farm i TWENTY-FIVE CENTS J
J cent 'I 1 nil proteetten| I In for VOC. but Clark county Is tth; first I believe ,
ers have been secured who will drag Ask for Sample. <
\ STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE to skin the top soVlfrom the the, roads as often as required by the

-or- adjacent fields, and use It foKjhls pur- supervisors at rates running from DOcents ; Ever Ready Safety t Razor With .12 Blades

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to mile.
75 A
10<' '''''''''11:11:. FLOIII OA.C. rents a dragging

A. PAlt..eN' J...US'\ M LEI!: N. B. r.lDANN'S {"I0N' consists under the contracts recentlylet PRICE ONE DOLLAR J
1'reyldent \'I.\.r..I.1\ : of two rounds, or four times over.

... ...... ....................................\............ \\S : When the plan wns started Father i
... 'R''Held' arrompnnlea liy, the townshipvisited Kissimmee Drug Co. |
-1/- im'hI.. all the main traveled
roadVof the township nod selected the
WAGON WORKS section \w hlch were In need of gradIng NMM'N WKN'NN' 1KN'N'N11NKNM WK WNtI WK
I and wmd) need such -
Improvementl --,-------- ---- -- ---
-- --- ---- ---
.. drnihring could be effectively .
.- HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER t started.. The various supervisors were

AT REASONABLE;._PRICES. 9 Ihen feraded.ordered. tn\baTe their. sections XissinmTee; ] \( >tt 1 ingAVorks

. s ItHs expected -that Wter. the grading .
is completed It will an average
Blacksmithitig Horsestloeitig Repair Work of"A" "\
of JU a mile yenrlyNn! > maintain -

' 'Kin<;ls Done by First-class Workmen. In the a sermon\clivertd .at Further the monastery IMacld-l I

, urged his auditor' to .aid tba'good G. H. F>>FIATMEF, PRO rRIEtTOPr
roads movement.
-' -,Jr J. DAN'NProprietor Soda_ Water: Coco Cola. Ginger Ale and'All the--N"w"t-'fI.nd'

PRIZES FOR GOQ.D ROADS. Drinks Bottled and -Cro WI'?d-'bv N-ewrand iJp-to-Dat 'Machm ry. .

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Now Sehamo In MaryvilU, INlo., it Encourag -
Building Five Mil. Sections.Maryvllle GIVE US TRIAL .ORDER

?--!>:.BE GB YSTOHE GflBBBE INn SHOPS MOM will" attempt to oln ,
$ [HflCHINE -- '-"'''''--''''' m
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: r 'the good "road,,' proposition 1n-tr now --S. ', ,., y1' : : : :
way.At a recent Meeting of the liar \ Q OtiOt.OtiOt70t OCtiGtOiOtY.tYXiOtiOtJGt

ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor. TOP bOIL ROAD ATHENS, CIA. vllle Commercialclub It was decidedto 'B. C A. CARSON J A C'lANFOKD." S L. I.UPKER.:
[From Oood lloada Magazine, New' Vork.j I tor'mulole a plan to glve'four prizes j "v ..-|I .T. Vlcu-1'rceiJont i< l
AGENT FaAFairbattksMorse aggregating $;00 for the four best five I .
pose It was obtturved<1 In Clark county I mile stretches of road leading Into 1'
that where the top soil consisted of Maryvllle. I
Gas Enginesand a mixture of sand gravel uud clay No matter how far out the five mile ]I KISSIMMEE LUMBER
the nand and gravel bud been drawn CO.
Outfits. section may; be. Just so It In connected ,
Irrigating toward the surface Incorporated to' a complete five mile section which .
with the The road Is located and graded In which touchy such contiguous sectionIt

AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED the .same manner as for gravel or will I fee eligible for prizes. Tbe sections
macoduui. The foundation I la then Roux and
.. thus competing must be kept In gh Dressed
shaped with a road machine order for one year.
ARTESIAN.WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH slightly crowned lu the center after
which a layer of suitable top soil Is Pointer on Road Metaling. Pine
-- -- -- -- spread to a width of about sixteen: Illllsboro county FII\..- has a con- Lumber. .
feet and a depth of about ten Inches siderable extept of good roads, about .
We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work in the center and three or four Inches 100 miles approximately; most of' \
at the aides. The next step la to open :which has been Improved within a
up the aIde ditches with a road ma- few recent yea'rs. One of the county
.l chine. The earth from the ditches lei commissioners In an Interview recently SPECIALTY.- '

.--.......tmdt..taaciElc ra8r..6c i JtIJ 6taa.-.-.... -. thrown up against; the bed of top soils laid particular strew on the necessity XX>0 r'A. -1' a shoulder. for an adequate thickness of met-
The road machine Is then used to -- ,
aling lie maintains that there sboold -- -
letel off the surface and to she it the be of macadam construction at least

proper( slope from the center to the eight inches of stone on the sides and Kissimmee: Wagon Works
) GROCERIESthe i side ditches. The road Is now thrown ten Inches In the center. Even more ;
open to traffic and sopn packs downInto I would add to the longevity of the road
- a bard,, dry surface. If rainy In his Judgment. OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CUUfiClJ; ,

weather occurs during the spreading I Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-DatE
of the tertaf'Qr soon after so much Cumulativa Value of Good Highways.
Blacksmith Wheelwright and
) the better. Wet weather and heavytraffic Improved roads are breeders of traf Horseshoer.All .- t-
i .
assist in the mixing and pud- fic. Commerce Invariably-follows the .
the Best Sold dling process After tills process has line of the.least resistance!! and rarely Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing,
continued until the surface soil la thor- is a good road Constructed that much a Specialty.
-- J . onghly nilxed thqr road Is. dressed and travel Is not diverted to It from other
. reshaped with ought two hoe grader. courses. In addition to this It may ALL-WORK! GUARANTEED, T0ATISF4e: { -

This treatment Is continued untU the almost Invariably be found that new -........:.-.::::;;:----- T : .
surface Is well hardened and all .
Industries new and greater prodnc-. -
or uneven spots are removed.To soft tlons. spring up along the well built Solicit Year Trade end
S. S I Ii"H1 get the best top soil along any I roads. With the added commerce Will Treat Yea It..llt. O. R. JOHNSTON.
: R. Floyd : C.oJ particular' road band sample are taken j comes added enlightenment added soelabitjty

and examined before the work is' enlarged business and,, more
begun. Samples of Uniform size are 1 j and more developed and perfected citizenship. MrsTfress
-- selected and the percentage of gra..el,1| ."*
sand and clay ascertained by washing "
out the clay and sifting out the sand. ] New Method of Road Maintenance.The .

I"I-H++I+++!+++++++I +++++++++++++++++++4+4++tttt44r + The sample which appears to have road commissioners of a county IS
about the right proportion of II1ldLsrs \ In Georgia are considering a new plan HEADQUARTERS FOR
I vel and clay is selected. From 10 for maintaining the highways. The

Kelly Suspenders 15 50c to 25 per cent of/ clay appear to be Idea Is to organize a sang of roadwalker. r.eerltwbwMeow.rfTt.rt..4. so.ew..hathl, Confectioneries, Cigars
of free labor .dd pat a r.nm m rW of
!L sufficient for binding mater1a.l.APde to be composed pearl splerr-get recta Tobacco
from the grading these top that. can be sent anywhere In the 1i.p.sal Te.Mt..r\.lu.m rt r..3 ottMa Stationer
soU roads coat from $2:10to $300 perm county on abort notice and without the le Ali. o.r.A.o, Souvenir Post, Cards
Viking Hosiery for Men, Women and ;: *. The road shown In the photograph expense of guard, as in tbe case of yo.flat. R1 wra.wn1. for.aa..l rM a rr..ry..a.a Etc. -
was so bad the winter beforeit convicts. Superintendent Wlnshlp will to
.. ,;; Children 6 pair $1.00.2 ':-Sfci was Improved that the traffic! was be supplled-wlth an automobile so that> D. N.oe4eN.Yt Y MMt a co, Fine. Box Candies a Specialty.
i*V, forced Into the adjacent woods and be can traverse the 60S mile of roada -

r cotton fields to avoid the deep rut. in the county and plan out the workIn .
"iNo Better Goods on the Market at JeM. WILLSUN JR.
These Prices.H JJJIgHE and mudholes. Although the road had advance. . ,

Just passed through a bard winter and

had been subjected to much berry Experiment In De Molnee, 1. HMALTH.AND.."..VITALITYMOTTe ."a PILLS \ NOTARY PUBLIC.. )
; CASH STORE hulling the photograph ibowa that Dee Moines, Ia., la to build a mile of '!'Ianllreat Iron and tonic restorative for m.nand ( STATE AT LAROK.\\ _
BOW It is not only>> free from ruts) and experimental roadway obi determine womeo. prodaocilitreniith and Tluilty.. Real
betide up tb*ayatem and renew the aoriuaiTtsor. Estate Agent.
mudholea, bat that it 'la hard and the beat method of construction. One 'rorialebr dr agal.t or by mall '1.00 parbra.
:tiz 4iiMii ii t.*inif'i I t *#ni. t i ** M mifc mooth.=Mantles: O. Eld ridge [a, Good.1 section wfll be of concrete, another of .a boss. for .3 00. Sold oily by Oaocola KISSIMMEE.
Bpml* Magagtdr slag covered-with broken .too*. tty Pharmacy .. FLORID

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"l dYFor: : UATflERED FROM THE:; ,1 "Institution. .' and of the rRONT; y'USD8.::RAN" K,lor ItipportedbrStau Flor., -- '... TstttfcMM, Florida. -. ,' N? .'

.L -.........\.\.\.\.\.\.................\.\.\._\...__................ .\.........._....../....... ..._ . .l I .J1EW9I: E 'iJBU9HED. IN THE. STATE. =** ,. 'Ida',. 'Vounic "' .D. A Oolhfre wlthoiilV7Calll snd<11 Iri the the' Ponthof'fertnir -
. .' I. # , -.e.w: -,,--- -- ... Thorough, Can w Lradlngft begreen> of B. A.... rfeuartmeiiU urKroai: ,'7 lploma KM fnliowJof .
,,_ 4. j V. 80.:,-"I. A:.'H.go.,Cod I. l>. B.In I. A Collet of Liberal Art JV .*:," .
.." ., . The Starke high chool.vvill0pen the The 1olmee"County Commissioners. ArUland Sol.nOftIrlol1ll1l'aI) : .Chemical, II. JL fohool of Indnntrlnl Arts . ,ear:
ttV: Plow !. \ ;. 909-lOJerijn,..ori,the:30th.< I IJ3urgla"r have called an election to bond that CIvil Electrical sod obanloal KnilBwlna: III.: A A*School>Kh ol of ofPln KiprcuionV. :' ArtiIV ... + +1
I. Law :Normal .
't county for, $50.000'$35.000".t to"be | School:Graduate.School. A I Knhocl for Teacher.. # -. 4
expended ..
EIVe. .. Exceedingly Low, For o,, t.loC". N<>tultldn. Other VIMIIMM vary low.// For '1f
.. .\.._. \ ..\-\._.._.... '. are very active in Ocala of jate. for,hard roads and $15,000' for. a ",.rt.(.etc further lofurm.Wonsddroui. t

./many hous. --having been,robbed. new. high school l -building.- ,'" .. A. A. MurphteeA"M:. L L"D Edward( Conradl.' M. A. 'Ph. ,D.

Titusville ta to have a new ice plant .The Sanford Herald ended-its first PRESIDENT! PRESIDENT!

., 600 Acres of Muck LandSameas : with capacity of twenty-five tons a'day, year-with week'a tesne, and closed

. / .its "Retrospective"with the statement
The executive' board. ofSbe Federation that it willcootinue-. to.print.-'all--t.b&. ............... ......... I ,-l

St. Cl tud- ut. Up l Into J f.Labor"iJI me 't'n! t, Augustine news that's fit to print" .
on' September.1st. C .+ .t9QJ. .;..LIN'S CO E
.. --- A primary election will be .held in -. I FLOIUDA' /OLuEST COLLEOE.. '
Five : :r .
Tracts A .
West Palm Beach on September 7th forth
The annual reunion of the Cotif'date \ > College Academy, .an /'Schools of Music lion "
Veterans purpose! of nominating candidates Expr F'ine. (?
of Florida will be held inJ.ive
t r city offices. The general election .. Arts, Domes nd Industrial( Arts, and eosin s.
Oak on October 20 and 21. .
WI 1 ba held the first. Tuesday in Octo- JJ&ipejfie Hal).:and v third men's dormitory DOW complete v elec. Z
., .' bel' 'trio llg-trfs steam.sod furtrace heat; large faculty; perfect heaJth.
: Lightning killed) RaymondStanley and conditions; fine gymnasium athletic fields boating', tennis! courts. ,
severely shocked. Mrs. G. F. Scott atJasper The revival services which were con 'golf llnkii'; baseball, football and buket.ball.eame champions otFlorida .
Just east of Kissimmcc city limits on on the afternoon of the 14th. | in 11100. Nearly .a quarter of a. mllllan dollars endowment;
ducted tn Mulberry!' Evangelist Cub .
expense moderate{ scholarships available. Christian but undenominational -
clay"road. This land was selected pepper, and which closed ,on the Ibth ; stands forCHARACTER
The special term of the circuit court were.the means of adding one hundrednew .
.by Capt.} Ross, now State Chemist, called to try the Jensen'Bank cases will members to the churches of that CULTURE CONDUCT .
\ -' convene-in Ft. Pierce on September 7th. city. For"CaCaloifde Address the President: .

when he was in charge of the iiss -f Z Wm. F.: Blackmail p i. !>. Winter Po..k. Z
Edward Croft eliot and killed a negro The election in Ft. Pierce\to,determine F41.

.' ton .drainage operations. It lies at farm Croft! hand near e-xonerate Lake Butler on the 19th.. the_will'of the people franchise in regard witheSt. to ........................... . .
nn'c was <1 by a coroner'ajury. granting a thirty-year
the north end of ) drains into -
Lucie Ice Co. for the erection oPan ,
electric light plant will be held on the
Lake Tohopekaliga. This fine bodyof
Perry Walden a citizen of'Carrabelle, 31st. JoHn B. Stetson University

trucking land will be on the mar was bitten by a puppy, and died in six \ LINCOLN HULLEY. Fh. D, Utt. D. LL. D. Pre Weet
days from a well developed case of hydrophobia DeLand will soon have a new bank
ket just as soon as- the surveyors I the First National of DeLand. The .THE, BEST SCHOOL JSat8 FOR YOUR CHILDREN

stock will be: held and controlled by De.I x BEND TREE TO BTETBOH :
the Land and Yolusia people. It will 49 Protfeesors and Instructor College of Liberal Art
can complete platting.J.M.WILLSON.. The Suwannee Democrat is authority county
I 17 University BuiHIoK College of Law
t for the statement that$100,000 has been be capitalized: at between $50,000 and 2S Acre Campus College of Technology

expended for new buildings in Live Oak''' $100,000. __ Ml Student Last Year College of BualiMMPreparatory .
NaN\\Nn\N\ the past year. I .15e.**.." Endowment Academy
---- I I With his hands manacled in handcuffs, 5515,11 Volume In library Normal and Model School J '
: Robert colored Sit,....M Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arta'l1
Wagner a prisoner escaped
On of- last week fire .
Wednesday de- Large; Laboratorlefor Science School of Music
JR. stroyed property in Zolfo to the valueof from Deputy Sheriff E.' M. Pad I Unsurpassed General Equipment School of FIne Art '

$4,000.). There was $1,200 insuranceon gett of Clay county at Orange Park on .......dos hsdw tar rang'wa a... fosse_ C.u1.l .d.WMndes .... -.araak a.5.1....
the buildings. the 19th. No trace of him has been krixiuia... a REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE found since. JO *N B. STETSON' UNIVERSITY. DeLAND. FLORIDA.

Mangrove trees around New Smyrnaare _ __ cII: -----
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again producing a fine crop of honey j I A charter IB being advertised for to

- - and ..everal.ftne apiaries have been located -I i build the Ocala & Southwestern Railroad - E. A GILBERT
near 'I to run from Ocala to Dunnellon ,
OOOO there j Walter Ray of Mart! is president;: of

i the and J. K. Kelley Of Inverness ,-----,- --
Real is : company
estate becoming very activein CONTRACTOR and BUILDER ;
and around Starke and the Tele- { is secretary and treasurer. .

graph reports quite a number of trans-

San Juan Garage Co. | fers 4 the past week.----0"'"" who Miss is residing Maude with Jeffcoat her, a parents young about lady Plans and Estimates Furnished, '

five miles west of Gainesville was se- .
The'D4.Soto County News is now a ,
riously injured on the 21st by beiig!
t; ORLANDO FLORIDA s stock company, with W. B. Itare as' '_Omm = FO"h .
I kicked in the face by a young horse AGENT 1- -
president and S. A.. McBride Secretary j '
. . which she was attempting to feed. 4
annNNaw and treasurer;. The capital stock of the I
is $10,000.A i I The Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage, 60,000 to1.6OOOOO
. S Agents for Stndel>aker---E. M. F. ":30" S. company The County Commissioners( of Her- gallons per hour. XT ---- -L'"
I nando have Cf lied an election to
600-pound man-eating shark was cobnty Gasoline Engins, 2 to 50 H. P. Steam Engines, 5 to\ 00 H. P.
A and Studebaker Flanders Ant be held October 2 to give the people an
Boilers Any Size.
caught in the Calootuihatchee river one
opportunity to'say if they want to bond
Z toinobiles.M day last week. He was caught 135 Stamped Metal Shingles' Ceiling; and Outside Walls-Any UC ign.
t ,; the county for $25,000 for a new court
miles from salt
water. .
L house and $5O.OOO for:. hard Y:

General Repairing by Expert Me- Editor Overbay has sold his interestin l :Quincy has installed the, Gamewell
' S th 'Mulberry Journal to-Mr. R. Q. I[fire alarm-system, )and now has an up-
chiuiICH. Full Line of Supplies. Gresham and that gentleman will edit to-date 5V C
fZ paid department. That city
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the paper in the future t, will also begin a new sewerage system
......................_. -,,- i- -- s",' on October tat, which will cover the en-. MIL MAOM.. . iMNateT IVIACJM

Madison county expended $26,952.52 I tire and be of the best in the ; <
city one S ,
S Office and Garage in. Rear of San Juan Hotel S last year on its public schools, and on 1 state., .',. s ? .' . MACH BROS.
July.,11. there Ta'ririerbrtheschool . r.
I, . was *\T! : ;
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'. $7.437.00. Th-; .
furid ilL \ 1 purser of steame"Crescent:
t' ( 'running between Palatka and Jacksonville ; : Feed and Sale Stable.
. Livery .
i The City Council of West Palm. Beach !, accidentally shot and killed a negro ,
has offered a reward of $25 fo.the con-,
passenger-on!' board that vessel! on

.. .. .. . . .. . . viction of any person of attempting to the 21st. The coroner' jury, sitting at WOODDRAYINQEverything :
., 'V" .. .. 'V''V''V' ., ., .. 'V' " .. 'V''V'' '' "U"' .- kill shade in that I.
a tree city.A
r Palatka, returned a verdict of accidental
s is New and First-Class. We will

petition has been circulated throughout i killing. Itciider Prompt amid Satisfactory Ser

ORCSS'WGriffioo: ;;: .8. j jt. Putnam county by the liquor interests Hon. Fabian Law of Green!' Cove vice Day or Xicjlit. All Kinds

L asking the County Commissioners I Springs died very suddenly at Jacksonville f Heavy Hauling. I ....;..
to call another! wet and dry election. on the 21st of apoplexy Col. Law
I. was formerly a member of the state AT BEAM AN'S OLD STAND. PHONE 113.

f t. Prof W. H. Russell principal of the I senate from the district comprising Baker -
Fancy Family Groceries = and Clay counties and of)
Jasper high school last year has accepted I was mayor! -
the position of principal of the" Green Cove Springs at the time of his

Fresh Meats. Fernandina high school for the next death. ..... ..

, = term.A 4IDEAL :
i Deliuery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited. 4 The Arcadia Champion is authorityfor FERTILIZERS :
.. move is on foot in Volusia countyto the statement that a number of thehomesteads
aerrlc.Ar AA lt.IS. -------A-. ckooooo A. "
get the Commissioners= to call an on the lakes east of Arcadia -
election to bond that county for $260- in what is known as the Sand Hill !

000" for the purpose of building good Country have been forfeited to the our long experience on the markets" for fertiliser. material*' la''
r roads. government, the settlers having failed all II ar's of thewvrld and ample capital to buy in great quantities ,
in the requirements ot law = at toe most favorable terms and to obtain all concession riven firstrictly "
, governing'homesteads. each tales buy material at the lowest possible
we cash
Tomorrow will be "Merchants' Cele- .
St. Cloud Mercantile Co. .. price. .
| bration" day in Lake City, and extensive ,. Two of the leading railroad hive laid their track toourfatuoyt and ,
I preparations have been made to en- The Union 'Investment Co. of Live any ship than can cross the !:It. Johns bar can unloatf at oar. dock._"
ST. CLOUD FLORIDA O tertain the immense throng that will be Oak has sold to S. E. Bowers of Oklahoma .o whether ,we buy at borne or abroad we secure the lowest ;
: City 12.000 acres of land in Su i rate and .dell verY Is made at our door -
; 0 present. Our factor is equipoed throughout wlt.h. labor-laving 3 J.
wannee county, the consideration
fore our fertilizer I. hanuled-at minimum cost.
2 THE NEW COLONY STORE Tampa Is to erect one of the largest $40,000. It ia the intention of the purchasers Our trade Is so Immense ibauthe office expenses:: are- )
i and handsomest school buildings the to place the land on the marketin than ,is possible In a smaller business. Our every .
South. One of proPerty ) vorable foreconomy and we give you the benefit. '
entire square 80 and 160 acre tracts, and sell to
the BEST we can and DO sell the CHEAPEST.Call : .
baa been purchased: on which It will be actual settlers on easy terms
I Groceries and General; MerchandiseS located. on.our local ageat Jacffi"3-- --

i J. 'F. Liam n & Car bankers and t
A five-year-old negro girl was shot brokers of New York have purchasedthe ) ;;,

Saves you money on everything you want. 0 and killed at her home near Dukes bonds and a large share of the stock j
elsewhere. Bradford county on the night o' the of the Tampa & Jacksonville Railway Toomeltptiiizer;; ; ;
See our goods before buying
Wilson &
4 00 16th. The identity of the slayer is un- formerly known as the Gainesville &: Co. : :
Is made. Don't
Money saved money known.It Gulf and the Indications are that Work L --.J

o throw it away.Agents'for. of completing and equipping; the road w-- --
o & the Famous Phenix Safe. It i is stated 'on good authority that will soon be resumed and pushed to ,

is Strictly Fireprooj. Special Prices.STRICTLY Judge J. F. C. Griggs of Apalachicolawill completion i
: be candidate for
again a Congress -
from the district row represented by Petitions .have been; sent to every precinct I Malsby Machinery 'Co

i CAS 1'0 Hon. Dannette Mays. in the county of Dade to be presented .

after signature to the County 22 OCEAN ST. . . . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
oootQtoooooo.o.oooooooooo oo The Tampa Ice Co. Will comme the Commissioners to call a wet and dry

erection of a 70-ton() ice plant at PalmHc election. Under the law it will be ne- Portable and Statloaary'Engfa.a.,
-- -- Saw
J to about September 1st. Palmetto is a ary for the Commissioners to call Mills, WoocwoJ'ldnaMachin.- ",
err, Shingle Mills;l>ath Mill, aDd -
.' SEED'FIELD hBLB VS, HARWELL lively little city on the Manatee river thVelection' ( in not less than thirty nor general Hoe of supolies. Complet .,,,
opposite Bradentown. more an sixty days from the time the line carried In stock: for immediate

We will hlp anv BY order MAIL..ORDER...* day u ..reo lve<]. REAL ESTATENotary petition ihxpresented with a sufficient shipment Sold on easy terms. J
TE8TBO 6KBD8 ONLY *-.p.el.rydnq inRURPEE'a The Florida East Coast Railway has number of Signatures to make the action ---
''Tb 8.edi .t Grow It will to consult n/'before rbuyln. .
of the Commissioners in pay you
started legal
out extensive ordering
Public at Large on an campaignof
I WALTON BED Nhr pro.*fi 8t, ".ck_.. an election. In that county it ... Postal will brtRourtale.- --- -
I1|,. *. advertising, the intention being to will be forget the signaturesof man. Writ for illustrated catalogue
Ponllrr BnpvIlM. RcmedlM.IDioWCUcld.. .Write Office over lloberson' Pharmacy attract tourists agriculturists and manufacturers 64.1 names necessary to the petitions.-St. Lucie T and f>riee.. .ri .
to taI_
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: ::i1fiSs 1 niee--i 'VallefJpUBUSHED :G5 tue.L ., -I,, Pay.Your Debts.Promptly. mont is by the Powers and for 'thgrowers /' NEWS NOTES .I I Massachusetts., Tb 't.mUtl. anold4 .

inCtndi'Wfl: "T1nf'10U'DllUall.S
I should receive the bjlaf'tysuPPOrt
There )is. perhaps nO greater reform,
for law.
Vent prepare the
needed lf" the habits of the'average citizen of. every owner of an orange 1 r Heart Heart t tI' to'llarv' mce-Bi-
." EVERY FRIDAY. grove." The Writes *1 Barring ace.dents-or ,
today than in the manner In, which. spirit of super-caution "0.. h C. of the Weather Conditions ,Wouid"now be'a member

;r -Office"in Valley" Gazette B Buildiii l e pays hla'dehts.: __ _i. the Advocate"speaks of has killed several ; ,'"Health.; Society Etc I, of tow a Draper Boston lair firm Instead of a mill

.KISSIMMEE; OSCEOLA COUNTY., M.A. It ill the common custom In this city, promising. movements ta'Floridi -i- Talks. I forema -on weekly, wages..

,, apd, we I sfappone in every other city inthttato Times-Unjon. Dog day showers' have n exactly in.'i I ,I. I' Romance Intervened.

i'W B. "AQAI5.EcSl.or..d Prop'n ,'fQr..a business man' to: ,send ... ., undated. our country, but damRn s..1.a. dL By"EDWIN A. NYE While on a college student. Jaunt'In

=_0=.. ,-r. o4(,.monthly !statements to hisdebtf! >rs7; -- Citrus. Exdiange. .- '"rulerather thn an exception.', oUr'I j" \,., '-- Boston young Pra pet-met Queenl sanford -"<,

". '*'' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: and I It'I is likewise the common custom In' The following extrct from an editorial creeks and branches arfe navigable for GRADUATED AT FORTY-SEVEN; .>\' a' chorus girl. ,DauCuptI1breWtbl \ ::

, I"Dm_,.. .. U ? 'in .light boats. The roads $4asso about the twain.. Draper proi '
'I I On ,""pJ'.lIIa on month jr r . *J this pity for those debtors urthrow the FloridaFruit and Produce Mews will are 'not impassable A few years ago' Dr. Osier wnti madeto was accepted. When 'be .
', HAll statements into the be bf interest and p ti atrlans" can about I poo&and
"I, -- wastehasketxand to ;citrus fruit grow... Miy that the average inmi should I told hlSsfother he-wa. going to marry
il: eofnmuntciitioin *zept from our authon.'s.d received them.; ers ofth4i over them, without wetting theJr feet !
': eomcpondmu.muM b* sIgned by tlw writerteiestsd forget they ever JullyN country: j be retired at forty-five and" chloroformed -!I the actrel -.. the latter stormed and
matter will not b. returned unlbwfntmwTst ninety per cent: ; of those (lebtors) are perfectly "Do 'not think that your fruit will Rut the condition of jitmosphere is 1 at-sixty years of ago, threatened.i'

2' ....... 'M,-. ---, \ _.f .- I able 'to pay-every debt they contract have to be shipped to T8I \pa. .It will | such that,'..While we -compelled' to j jI An Iowa" man ,refutes. the' Oler r' "I'll disown youTJ angrlly; thunderedi

; the Pontnfflc In KI.lm_ FU.... Without" ".Inconveniencing' themselves be packed at your association 'pack i submit to a few Inconveniences, we theory.' , i the father. "Very welt: paid the boy

",- ,"iopIHl- 1aM mill nutter... ... in'the least. house, and wlien you have a car to ship have such cool weather ha.t we can About four years ago George C. I of twenty with soul stuff Juhlin. '"I'll
-_-=- i T 'Bar you would te >phone the' fa
Friday .\' gitt,2:?. 19OO.) l 1 from the The appetite for politics---and was electeda i home for Queenl". -,, ,
They h.ave formed the habit at puttrig.ff where' Mr. Burton would 1mrnediately . latter. thermometer and a -
; ; I member of be legislature, where be dteln.
'I ( married Queenle\ and was ,
stands: 82 IJe
at .
a writing
advise -
eh1a.nntil1heyar.eJ1ard. aa to best \ -
; you.. pricesand : the -
: : rapidly forged to fronf. hcrltedT Leaving Bo toD. be went to
efGardens.TJiose I
Kiasimmee! the ,City firessed by their creditors. That habit the best markets for you to ship to WIdthat-W1IIbe4trmaxlnmyn' height --lie' was chairman" llie"c6njnllttee., Vt., where be-eBtered- lB r-
has become one of the fixed habit*,of It would be shipped frQ'>your packinghouse for th.f day. on ways and means of the lower house 1 blg'totton mills. Every day be car-

automobile races in Ildianapoo.Ji !, their )li'and consequently one very by the usual routing northjjknd, The corn i is all) gathered and i is the and wa.'regarded as one of.tbe_ most rled his dinner bucket to the mills, :

J8 were most exciting. Seven tlrvrssld hard w'bteak. the wtftfd finest raised forceful Mnenabers; of the general npaembly. I and-
Exchange keep track of it crop In years. Potatoes i drawing his pay on Saturday night
mechanicians were killed.\ Mn of means are prone to pr s* th1 every, mile of the way. If market conditions :. are in good condition, cane all right and: 1 taking the money home to the little

habit to the limit, relying on the fact I changed over night, aa they often rice prime. Health-a few colds, but While a member ojt tbe legislature 1 cottage by the lake that be and Queenle .
It is about time the Chicago Record- I Mr. White was also a student In the I Iliad rented. '
that knows do; the destination .
everyone they can, pay any original would nothing serious. .A- ?
llerald let on that advertising fake law classes of'Drake university, allies I than Brlstow Dra-
up be I For more a year
debt therefore it i is changed- consultation with
they owe, not necessary on ilis Lousiana
you Mary daughter of( Homes and last spring be graduated.
of Wellman going to the north pole in per worked as a spinner at $ per
balloon.If for one of their creditors to feet by diverting the cartosojne bet..rmarket Mr. and and Mrs. Hall, of this place, But this Is not all. 1 week. Often in his student life be

---- the leant anxiety as regards them. Even after the car had arrived at died on Saturday, the 14th inst., and tIe Is going to Yale for two years i had squandered th much oa dinner

there-were a 'je-;; more hanging* It irjust as proverbial the case that its destination, tf there were a glut and was buried in the Baptist cemetery. where, with his Drake credentials, he I j for two. ,.

ithere- would be a few lens. feuds in Ken- when a man can not pay his creditors I'consequent slump. in prices, the Ex> Miss Mary had been residing in Titus- can at the expiration of that time By and by the mill bosses saw tbat

:: tucky and North Carolina. Life l is held will houpd his i every step and make his changewould move it-at your orders ville for some time where ahe was at-' complete a postgraduate course. I Brlstow was made of good stuff and

, those life. not worth the living. I to some moreavorable, point. tacked by a dangerous complaint. Her Then Mr. White will go back to hli he got a promotion followed shortlyby
pretty cheap: by moonshiners- It matters little whether Jones with home, town of Nevada and open a law another. There was* no "pull."
--- Stafes. request was that.llhe be sent to her parents office. I

hi. thousands or Brown the pauper owes There i-a growing sentiment in which was complied with, but'she > Now, mind you- I!I The bosses didn't know'the governor'sson

us a dollar, all dollars the same size Starke "in favor of putting th.'COWl out from Adam's son
Our cousins over in Canada have as are was/too feeble upon her arrival to resist This man Is forty-seven years of :! Then came the baby Into the little
to us. and the account has never yet of town. People who own a large ,number the attack, and died.with |I
proved-tHemselves paymasters. in the a full-kno.wl- age I I. cottage .pretty baby that looked like
art of grafting: An investigation. in been entered on our books that had as of cattle and allow them to roam edge of her condition. She expressed And when he gets through Yale blO.wID i Its mother.

Montreal has just diwloned! a $500.000 much value attached aa has the the streets are hastening the day when, Herself as willing and ready; to go< and be nearly fifty years old-the age j Do you remember the saying In the

'teal among the officials.l piece of silver adorned with the eagle none will be allowed in town. A major those who are left to mourn her loss when some men begin to think of re- >I old ,,ook. "A little child shall lead

; ,_ bird that lies deep in our pocket.We ity of the citizens own no cattle and the have the satisfaction of being satisfied tirIng from business. them,' -
Thou, strikers in PitUburg will neverwintha4rcausu nor no other business man can' majority cannot be expected always to that she has departed for that eternal Mr. White la wise. Well. when Qrandra Draper beard

meet his obligations with anything but tolerate the nuisance in having herds of rest which.awaits those who have faithin Realizing a little late In life thnt be about the baby a sort of melting process -
by rioting no matter
bad missed his vocation tbat be bad I '
!began And one day he and ,
how just it may be, butIt is good A-RM-rican money and many a business cattle roving the streets and- littering a redeeming love and power. made, a false start be simply backed got off the train at'
Grandma Draper
has been closed. out the sheriff the..idewalklt.-BradCord Tele' '
'N possible; those who are raising the ftis"Ie \ by County At the Drawdy mansion all) is. well. up and started over again. lie dintoyered I Burlington and drove In a fine farrlape -

thugs I ;in of the 'manufacturers. -' because the owner could not colltjct the graph. And the above aptly fits the Will's baby still continues the Pet of be bad been "cut out" for a out to the little cottage.

: _______- _ '_ money due him by persona fully able to j lease i in Kissimmee. -Valley Gazette. the household. John la sojourning at lawyer! but had been polled In the I Nobody but the Drapers knows just

pay but through negligence ur close-I I i I Apalachicola will employ an official his father-in-law's, the Hon. C. S. whoI making." Very well; be would .make what happened In the cottage, but the

C Thetrkrra in Sweden have been fistedness put it off until it was too late. ; cow-driver to keep the cows off the \ is himself over. I governor and his wife flayed for dinner
beaten, //in&are' returning to work for It requires a large amount of money I I streets. Tampa Tribune..IC Starke of suppose brand rejoicing over arrival It to predict that with his Initiative I' and then for ,two days and went

less wages nd fewer liberties. A much larger than those unacquaintedwith I I and Kissimmee will follow Apalachi- a new grandson who l is now and nerve In taking up the >I away happy.

workingman in that'God-forsaken country the business would imagine-to pub 1, cola's lead and put an official cow driver about two weeks! old. study of the law at fortyve Mr. | "Back to the lawr said young Draper
The moet perfect satisfaction exists White will succeed la the practice of It. I
will now b* or) a'parwith a conrirt a few days after "Not for me.
lish a paper such aa the Valley Gazette on the lawns the thing will be accomplished. -
in I amort cur patrons: : concerning our The fact is most men grow old and | ;Nor' society either. Queenle and the
America. and conduct job>office the of trouble
a Roving cows the .
jire manyin
I school. Prof. AHerman i is considered prematurely because they lone In- | baby are good enough for me. Besides
1 large cities, and it can be done best of towns but at least
only "officially" tirest In life.
It's an ideal instructor and Miss Hodge i is I| as I started In tie cotton business
and a pretty sweethearts tough in Indictment Atlanta., when boy by the strictest economy in all lines"for they should be banished.. Orlando Re denomi aV.l! among the incomparable Mr. White Is as keen in his new. I I think I'll stay hi It."

girl many far too many. have acquired! the porter-Star., born test for the law as any man of I And that's all. exceptQueenle -
; ; 1;ie opinion: to exist that
-the..authorities. appears
- Are forced!: to.insLaUlectric His
habit .neglecting jo pay th : bill wheriit twenty-five. plans are projectedfar I Draper Is a fine mother and
this is be the
to harvest both inducA1VI
lights in the parka and put on I l 'presented on the first of the month. Ttie Tampa Times Is Offering- fine a'n golden Into the future years, like a twj's housekeeper and thinks Brlstow la the

_ an extra force of policemen to prevent We bare been able to meet our obliga- silver cup to the man who will find the "ajriculturar sense. plans. Re will begin to live his real I finest and bravest husband III the.
them indulging in osculatory pleasure I Gur-Uemtfcratic.. rcoster, his wives life a{ a time'when most men beginto world. '
tions fr(>ro the day we began business best automobile route from Tampa to ,
. ... a-vl in the midst: of a fine die. j
; twelve and no employe has Jacksonville.. Taking allthings into
years ago
That old gentfeman in Georgia who is C p"ar" Taop'.l; are better And this optimistic viewpoint will SWOLLEN FORTUNES.Tbe .
ever been asked to wait a moment for consideration the best route i is undoubt- keep him I
yet unreconstructed is rot Iliac egy producers, however young. of glided
provingthat crass extravagance
hispay, but at times i it has pressed us edly via Kissimcnee, Orlando, Eustis, lie"" does'IOQt' propose tbot'bls life
be was brave Confederate 'soldier by so we don enjoy this latter -Commodity I Nwort In all of Iti sordidness I.revealed .
, to the limit and took the last dime from Leesburg and Ocala. This is the routethat shall slowly dribble away drop by
refusing to Uktf the oath of allegiance. to any ccm.;,iUt rt.ble extent. by. the testimony In the Gonlddivorce
our pocket. has the best roads, the best ownllar.d drop. Contrariwise I
It is the duty of every man living pn 11 the Our mejc; : rvntflre likewise benefited 'He prefers to go over the precipice case.
Whir. thia article -written partly ina I best attractions of many kinds. '
V" -.. *r.can: Boil to uphold and defend/hie' personal venae it applies to -every Loesburg .automoblifts! l1.1d help'to by showers aforesaid. Turkey with Jhe.full sweep and rush of Niag For -'Instance, .

country. Hammook lar'iirjr! rp' p .only! about aral! j Mrs. Gould admitted having spent
J business I In thtf city, and if establish this route. The contest will. '
a'' twelve mileH! (tH5h .t they cOn receive 'If you would grow old rapidly aDd $224.000 In a single year upon herself.
be made some time In October
Thole: prominent banker who are I person imagines for" one moment -Lees-' their gcxKle: f-om fr. I Iz- alit' )'. die early, mope, In your chimney corner I She told the court she could not possibly -
S if-he is slow in paying hIs )burg\ Commercial. _Dd dream the dreams of the
or negligent only
serving terms In the Pennsylvania penitentiary J .. '. c. fl.I.C. past i buy her gowns for lees than
bills that the fact is not common property I "'-- - -- - ,If you would live long In the land. $40.000 per year.
did their service when
state a he-had best disabuse his mind for The Kissimmee Valley Gazette says Smart Electors.At ': renew, your youth by dreams of the I Which somewhat gilds the lily of ex
|r f they discovered the/thievery going on future. .
- tales of that character travel fast and there never was a meeting of the Kis- inopen air political meeting In travagance.
An that institution.
Being thieves far, and there is not a school boy in the simmee Board of Trade that was not the north of England" man cried. George Gould testified his father left:
themselves, itswas easy for them to de- .ABIT-CHARACTER-DESTINY. estate of $80,000.000 that the income -
city but who can tell'offhand the name well attended. In Wauchula there nev- "Hurrah foi'4nt-ksonr': to which a bystander .an ;

>.. tect the earmark..,in others. of every citizen who fails to "pony" up er was a good attendance at a Boardof re-pllcdNMrcaMlcaSly.: : "Hurrah Tbere are threes-important links In from this estate for each of the

when the collector calls. Trade meeting no..matterhow:; extensively for a Jocknuar"5MI. rlsbt. my friend?'' the chain of human life each bisep'arably Jay 00111helra. was 115,000 a 'week.

w., And now the government ha filed advertised.The exclaimed the first speaker.! ,You; can linked to the otfiersla-thls, $780.000' a year or nearly $5,000,000
I' that meeting was -
'The habit of putting off bills . .
'paying *'
i peonage Charges against a Plttsburg:\ tinrrah for your cundlJa: e, uuj ,I'll doth2 order: yearly, for the six children. ,
,. isa bad..habit, and should not be indulged : great'" natural advantage of this : hIablt-cbarncter-destiuy! : A sum sufficient to keep.the-wolf a
(.el For''eA.Il .
awhile .
thought !!
company we : _. '
iVsouternera were the only ones who in unless absolutely un vo dabr section causes itto'grow,- but we.will electors a'fe'n'ot so ted.'sa the Habit-makes: character., and' character - good'way from the'door,, ; ', ;. ? .)

Te A man who owes money has no right to never make th'e progress we should .fonowln exi-erlenee of a canvasser In determines destiny. Now- .'
could be brutal
' so as to peon a man-I' spend a dollar for any purpose other make until We 'learn to work together. Devonshire clearly Indicates: Habits are grooves cut Into the inlnd. Aside from'the showing o'f wastefulness -
at from the
manner than to supply his family with the 'ne- -The Florida'.Advocate. "Whom are you voting for, my good"" 'Deeply: cut by long continuance they a and stopper pulling dissipation,
U. S. authorities have acted in the ,! = u_ __ :_= form character. a : ODd social dirt one of the l lessons from
cessities of life. The dollar does not fellow? he asked.
past _ _ __ 1.93 The very meAOlug of the wordcbaruoteY' I this divorce suit which has drawn Its
belong to -him It is the of Folks are changeable. We hear .f "I votes for the lady.
property Is "cut In." A man's character slow salacious length through the
That judge in Atlanta who fined a his creditors. Apopka people going to San ford to "But there is no lady candidate
In I literally wade by the chancels courts Is this one: -
a traveling man for k isaing his wife the --,-. grow: crops and occasionally of an Or- standing. '
on -- or groovesit Into his train cells by We need In this country an Inheritance -
-street_ on his return from an. ..extendedi landa- man doing likewise but then we "Well, replied lodge, "Poll Early long continued habit | nud an Income tax law.
The Way To Be a Good Citizen. comes on my voting paper before the '
i must be an old achelor. It ap- see by the Valley Gazette that some Habits are gotw! or bad. being Under a reasonable Inheritance tax '
of the two and 1 thought
peaw4o us that men should be encouraged -, Encourage every home enterprise, of Sanford's citizens go to Kissimmeeto names I'd vote for'-Chambera'! graven Into* the mind by usage.. | law the huge estate of Jay Gould"

, instead of fined for doing that take an interest in every industry invest put in a crop and likewise some come Journal Many a forceful Individuality has I would have yielded to the federal gov'

:.' thing.' If tber* were more kisses indulged liberally in the stock of faith and to Orlando. The fact is that no onf . failed of being all It. should. ,because eminent not less than 10000000. Inv'e

: ln betw>enhusband. and wives good; will and distribute it all over your section holds a mortgage on crop grow< p.i--- Noisy "vi..... of bat! habits.Byron some European states so large a f t'JI.
t, and 8 her Id SD and lies U-were I tone would have been taxed $20e. .
t city-In factory, in every work ing.- Reporter-Star. The bellblrd. which makes perhaps '
tb'r: bf.worcs. every : slaves of the drlfik'habit. Voltaire and 000.000 or 25 per cent. ?I

shop, every business house. It will pay Ixults natural state the greatest noise Balzac wrecked their nervous systemsby And the Gould ,estate Is but one ef:i

Pour years ago a, certain- aine.. ((1)) you large dlviSends and will cost very Real state Sales.Mr. of Booth any America known avlan.and certain is found parts both of In the excessive use of stroug coffee. several large American family fort -\

,element In Jacksonville swore by ajl the I little. It can never depreciate in value. W. 1... Van Duzor reports the Africa Its- voice will carry on a still Neither DanielWebster nor brilliant tunes..,
It be above Buy hOme- Dick Yates, war governor of Illinois Also, 1t the basis of a 6 per cent in-
blue cloudanthat lithe legialatire knocked will always par. of quit three miles.
sales of.real estate made by day a distance
! following could make speechwithout being come tax a reasonably low levy the
made Ask a .,
out Sunday basebalflf would kill that goods. your merchants for his since the first of the present Its note Is like the tolling of a distant
agency Oiled with liquor. government would receive from tile
town, but it baa almost doubled. pop- ibe. Wear home-made garment eat churcb.beD and Is uttered during-th.
$5.000,000 Income annual
month: That la to say these men thought an tax return -
ulation alnce Sunday baseball'was' put homude articles of food, sleep on beat of the day. when every other bird .
To 1.. S. Kingraan Illinois, Lake beT could not'spear without stimulants $250,000. .
"to and nature la bosh r
l .out. It is the same business (1)) element homebeda., read home-made news Hart tract, 11,000 acres. ed has In ceased silence.sine The bornblll, a bird and thoughts long' continued, Would such taxes work>> a hardship T '

;; that la now 'weeping for the fate'of papers. In this way the money you southeast are real.tblDee-ba Evidently no. Mr. Gould's testt-
F. Shuman Indiana -
To John ,which Is widely distributed In India rOn
that ls loaned. It will back other band. Abraham Lincoln Is that despite the large *)
city if whiskey is prohibited spend only come I quarter Section 9, Township 26, tile Malay archipelago and Africa has the runny sun

being.. Mid in Florida. to you again with interest. Praise up Range 29. also % very loud note. Ita call has been had no bad habits.( The groove* of his. spent on the "Gould castle and an
good character. ultra extravagant wife be '
it oown. Stand mind made for waa
city-don't run of
your described as "between the shriek alocomotive
Nine five-acre, tracts in Kissimmee
to all his
spend Income. He be.
We are sorry to ace the American by your merchants and manuftetrers- and, the bray of a 40nke," says '
City. --_ Habits are recorded hi the bOOT as saved from this Income since b1Iatathe"a -
,..yFederatlontst, the official organ of organized they are the bone and sinew of -your and can be heard a distance of a coo-
To Geo. H. Francis Wisconsin southeast well as In the mind. Habits shape the. death the tidy sum of $10-
*> labor ln- America takestand municipal structure. Stand by yoitr pIe of miles. '
quarter of southwest quarter Sec. character of the body anddetermine OOO.OOO.

,. a. against prohibition. If Samuel churches and your schools-they are the tipn; 2, Township 25, Range 29. Where the Hlpsesetamiis lurks. ita de tID7. : Castellans! spent Anna's share or as)

Gompers, Pre.Identof the A. F. of 1..., hopes of your ?uture. Stand by your August OrdasCbi 111. 80- notfoond Doctors will tell you that moet of oar much as be could get his hands on, and
Co ago, Herds of hippopotamuses are
i who is now In Europe,had! been in ther. press-it is the tireless sentinel that central Africa. .u-...,are caused by. the unnatural Helen gives away much of hers to
acre improved farm in Section 9, Township everywhere In .
JUnitaL-Statesi.,j.h.t.magulne would guards your interests.-Exchange. shores habits of civilised life. charity.A .
to the
Th:: stick swampy
have kept silent on the question He 25., Range y Is It not strange bat: the only animal reasonable tax would be -only. a '
overgrown with the papyrus lnt. ,
Total-eonsderatioiv! *60,100. "'p that reasons-should reason Itself drop in the bucket to these people
.la too much of a diplomat to tskexsjdes which affords them cover by day I :
Should Be Given More Attention.
'I Into habits that.will lajwr It both In Mrs. Gould airily told the court that
controversy where labor I. not when they come out to rest At night
t Jt any ,
med. The Wauchula Advocate, speaking of I Il Was Agreeably' they feed on land sometimes mind and body? her suit of Hotel Belmont room.
"alklna'l Freedom from bad habits Is true cost $300 a week, her automobiles. $500a
l local association of citrus recentlyformed long distances away from the
A representative of the Valle> jWf The) fraternity of Florida to cooperate with the ] river'In search of palatable herbs. Thehtppoxtamua -
ew.paper brief to St. Cloud tackle least ,
, gette made a vait It ls s.royal struggle to your a lady can get through on.
( will be Interested in the following invP Florida Citrua Exchange! says: 'The this week and was agreeably surprised I Is a great with eater her calf A onto cow I bad habit and overcome It. You can Moral.-There is one way to stop thegrowth

,.' 'tatiori which Is being sent nut to a few average orange grower is not giving the at the progress that has been made UptMtpotamoa. stays enough to do that only by,"cutting In* new chan of "swollen fortunes," to pot
the one gets I
iof the friends of the contracting par- movement for organization the amountof j towards building a town at that place |I walk yOn and swim,-Exchange nels of thought painful operation. a bridle on prodigality and to equalisethe

""t ties in this State : "Dr. Helen G. Flag- attention he shoold. There ia a prevailing I I Broad streets have been cleared thro' Therefore the Importance of cuttingthe burdens of taxation and tbat way

iJ.rMck Requests. the honor of idea the growers that i grooves of the child's! brain -cells Is -
yourpresence among the pines and palmettoes, the large 20room he"How :
7 I, by Ita doing over and over again the Tax large Inheritances and Urge income.
at the marriage of her: sister they wiiratay out 'thisT: ncriee I hotel i is nearly complete and numerous stupid yoo e Lolal"exclaimed until the channels are ..
things -
l right
F '. Wllhelmina, flUan or, to', Mt. ,ChaleaI" what success the organization meet*. small cottages: are springing up inerT her mother. "** don't believe -.! deeply craven. '-- ---

I";,', Henry WaltoiC on Wednesday evening.thetynt7tfth This spirit 'lalone is enough to kill the direction. I yon know the dlfference-bween":: Teacher and parent must form the
{' : Jef ,.,August, nineteen movement. This is the orange growers' About 100 men are now employed i a fried oyster' and a wbata habits that determine charsctse-nd Notice. >.

' '. hundred and nlnf,,at six o'clock; The opportunity and they should take advantage there in various capacities and the I' "Tea I do, mamma." replied the nV, Teachers' examination will be held at

Pofpars, ,Berkeley; and Fremont streets of it. Public-spirited growers forleis being constantly increased.i:. tie mJ a."ODe la cooked and the other destiny.three linked chain holds. the Court Houe at Kksinyne, Fla. '
News. .
:f; "' Reading Massachusetts.' Mr. Walton have spenj thousands:; of dollars to get I Application was sent in to the post- Jan't.chlcaco - I :: beginning Tuesday Sept. 7, 1909. a\. ;

_' who i is the editor and proprietor of the movement 'started, and now If the office department at Washington this Rapid Transit Returns. ., A LOVE STORY OF TODAY. .9 o'clock a. m.

.1 the East Coast ,Advocate, the well- individual grower will,not take hold and week for stablishmentNof a post-' "1 wouldn't be entity of doing a faror 1| Strong soul stuff and love make a Teachers are requested to report

known pink, newspaper' of Titusvllle I help make It a success, It will naturally i office at St Cloud. for a man and then'1n a day or .l great combination. promptly and to bring with them legal

wiITbe' all>o Vitlr-W; .; brideafter be a failure ante.* it will beaJone time t- two asking him to do on* for me." I. Bristow Draper. ex-eoctety man. ex- cap paper, pens, ink and the fee of

,. .;Kant new stone 7 residence*be' has justcornpl.tedSt. growers will give their time and'Jnonty; Columbia) College, LakexCity, was a.,straight off, before but gratitude got a mill baa both qualities. I I

Lucle !!'ibune.- to start another movement The move visitor in town the first of Ojeweek. chance to cooL"-EicSinye. I This is the story: Old papers for sale .t this office. ,
;.- Draper Is the son of Governor Draper
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':Tlie KlsslmmeeValleu_Gazette NOw.ol\-'Pecla.ttl'"at: Dafu's,. _I ?Special l sale aummWgoodstDann's.: HOMlE: 0E= THE DEAD ::
. .Price talk. See window display! at'Dann's. '; Get prices at Dann's. before buying : 1 Meihodigi' t. Cjjitfch
NO'.r elsewhere. ,
... Should Not Be So ..Shamefully Neglected ,

PUBLISH'::t EVERY FRIDAY' Checked apron. biham at S.tanford, Mr, Leonard Williams of LoughmanU Our REAL ESTATE .

: Co'n. for, ? per yard,, In mowntoday.. .by.. People. NOTICES" ,' .AMD_ .INFORMATION ....--..-..--- "
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W-a!.. HA..IEI., '. !Buy your dress ginghams. .at ,A. SGilbert' ., Mr; Jim"Carson I Is in nutty on a Editor Valley GaxetU. \ INSURANCEEXamination'of ,
Dear Sir-Will you allow me the Whether we climb, whether;we plod '
y :; .. All lOc a yard. visit to his parents ;
Agencx/pf/ : '' !pace in your valuable paper to expressa 1. Space for one task the scant years Titles a.w4: ::: ;
tb 'Whlt$ 'Slar''Laundry "For'Ssle-A good horse and buggy .
few thoughts to the people "of our lend, ,
'Weather, Report at-the Home Store Phone 154. I p.P.lytoJ.L..Moon..,;.. . town T'' .... To choose. some path tha JeadV'' ,to God :..,:. : Specialty.:: "SCorrespondence (!

''See those lawn shirt waist prices cut Mrs.:&J. Woodall returned ,,home I have read with interest ani.,pleas And keep It to the end. . .

.",Following. are the daily.tem in half at H. C. .Stanford Go's .-i yesterday from Georgia. ute the'many ,suggestions and plans for ', Reese., .. .Solicited.) ; \,,. ''j

the upbulldjng""and Improving, of Kls; r -" ,
peraturesand precipitation as For perfect fitting eyeglasses and Pictures. framed at the Home Store; Remember the choir practice. .tonight '
simmeei:;but I have watched in vain for .
reported by the Government pectacleg-,- see Dr. P. G. White. CaU and lelect your mouldi ga. -- '
some word about our c: metery.. alt --
.station at Kissimmee for the There was a very good attendance,;at ,
Pantronize Mr. and Mrs Edward
the Graystone laundry.We Doneganof teems, to me this should be our thought;
week ,en-ding August 26: 1909. guarantee satisfactory work.. Waldo are speeding a few days in' the .there our loved ones'sleep in a tangled the We prayer meeting! on Wednesday the attendance night :' :
especially appreciate w.BASSj:
Mg*. .IN. RAIN Jf you want to sell your real estate, city with relatives.. I mass of weeds and grass. Nature has of many of the! young peopled; On ,

. Friday . . .: *3.70 2.09'Saturday list it with the hustlers. L. :A<..-Minx&C67 ,, Miss Berta Bryan left last week for done her part in making our cemetery next week the subject for study will be''' ;

. 85 72 "24 (. Atlanta-where attend Cox College eautifuL. We donot even! keep upthe "Peace" John 14:27.,: At the last service -

Sunday 84 '73 .99 Horace Woodall will be pleasedIto the present term. raves. What must the new people of prayer meeting it wu,decided to qONTRACTOR'and !

.Monday: . . 89-73 10 figure with you on your family wash. Mrs. W. S. J. Overatreetanddaught- that think who are coming among us to live of, change the time of nfeeting back to ;
the sacred
we so neglect spot ,
. Tuesday. . 89. 75 _" See .him at the Grayatooe.laundry., er Helen returned from a visit M relatives dead-we noted for Thursday night- so all who are interested A
our are our hospitality BUILDER .
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Wednesday. : 73 .40 at Bartow Wednesday please take notice. .
Thursday:., 89 74 . We Ijave. just received large consignments 1 ... a
of glass and crockery ware Miss Celia Goodman spent last night Some time ago the ladies of the V. I. The time for beginning all night services $ :;

--' --- --- and have the right prices.. The Home with her mother Mrs.-Julia Hyde returning S. ably assisted by Mr. N. F. Bass and from now on will j)) be 7.30 instead of '

...... Store. to Orlando this,morning. the citizens] the town did some grand Plans and Estimates Fur- > ,
wwww/wvv w w >'w*
Thad Oliver has secured a position Mrs. Barnett of Palm Beach Was the workout there and it was a day that 7.45.The"W. nished on application.O .
will always I live in the of those F. M. S. will have their regular
with the surveying corps at St. Cloud guest of Mrs! Mitchell at the Methodist memory '
I LOCAL, I j; ewent d out'th re Monday to begin parsonage a few days this week. present. The condition. now existing is meeting on next Wednesday after. -. .
nearly .. bad as before. We should! noon at the parsonage 3.30 o'clock. ,
work I Only Union Carpenters t
Mrs. J. W. Bryan and Miss Mary come together and do something for ,' .
Wade, the tuner, Orlando. eon visited relatives here afew: days on a visit to Mrs. 'A. B. Morgan.Mr. The ladies of Bartow have :formed a'I too good to be true. Chas. Gordon --0Correspondence- ,

returning to their home at Dania on society tor the, beautifying the...cemetery. Ames. ___ _
Dwellings, for runt, apply to M. Tiller W. G. King resident managerof '
Monday.M. 1
Cannot we do the same TDon't :;
I. the Seminole Land& Investment Co., A' Pleasant Launch Party.On Solicited.
Tiller reports the sale of the old I. suffering this week with a badly let it be said to our shame that t

Are you looking for bargains? Go to Hughey place in North Kissimmee, belonging swollen foot, caused by the bite of a we are in such a hurry to build up our Wednesday-jjwMiiJOg..iLJjarty of PHONE 73W

Dann's. to R. B. Savageto J. R. tpider. town we neglect our 'dead. 'We must young people 'enjoyed a delightful."Linda .w ww wI4%.% ; rideon the ,.
Jr. remember that some day, some time
Work Graves -- -
the the --
equal to beet at Gray-
"Hayco," the handcuff king held we too will follow those gone before I going down the lake and making a stopat '

atone laundry. / Mr. C. A. Waldron left Tuesday for down the boards at the opera house this and that some small space of matted Fi-miDK hi and.I C. :
-Great bargain in wash ikifts at H. Fort Myers, which place he expects to week and drew fairly good audiencesFor underbrush be cleared away and TI e young men had provided refreshments .,

C. Stanford Co'.. , make his future home. His family will I three nights-Monday, Tuesday and then we are left forgotten HBO. I and:: aJ'! on board had a jolly, '

AU figured summer goods sold for follow later. Wednesday.Mrs. . I'do not mean by this article to censure good time. Wholesale and Retail .

fcalf prior at Katt'a. Stetson University at DeLand has A. B. Morrison returned home anyone for there are many good The following composed the party : Dealer in

taken a powerful ,hold on the best' from Tampa Wednesday whej- she has generous people who have expressed Nip ea AI leer and Eloise Moon. Eliza- ,

Oil 15c per gallon at St. Cloud Mercantile borne of Florida. See announcementin been for several days at the bedside ol themselves as willing and glad to assist beth Carson, Kathaleen Peacock, Mary "

Co.. Sunnysiile. this insuB.Oscxela her father Cast J.W.. Bryan who In any way they. can in this badly need- Louise Makinson, Ruth Jones, Mable Fresh Beef. Pork and.>

the old Parker Messrs. Eugene Bryan Fred :
Dressgingham 6 to 12ic at county has thousands oacres died In that city Monday. ed work. ; .
of Stanford Co. A Gilbert Walter Kackley Howard Katz. '
reliable store H. C of rich muck lands, simlar to KlSSIMMEEITE. ;
Mr. A. A. Loll has placed hia well- James Carson, Dr. Woodfin Carson, Mutton ,
Nice -line of dress ginghams at-lOc a the Evergladet thoroughly drained and I :
drilling machine on the lot opyxjpit the Married Henry Stanford; Rev. and Mrs. Stephens -
.)'ard. A. S. Gi.Jbert.S20 . ready for the plow.
where he will drive *
passenger depot a chaperones. PHONE; *-\.
Acres of the famous Southport The Christian and Missionary Alliance 4-inch artesian well :with which G. B. In Orlando last Saturday Mies Minnie .

muck land-at<< bargain. L. A. Minx will h Ad their usual mtang in I Woodall will irrigate Ma truck farnj. Lee'Hogan to.Mr. W. A, Starkey. Notice.

A Co the "Christian church next T-t. day The young couple met in Orlando by ap- NOTICE IB hereby given that persons

We will have a store full of bargains evening .,:30 o'clock. Agency for the Singer and Wheeler pointment, the g1'OODcoming'from his owning bath houses at the city dock Bargains
and Wilson sewing machines at the home at Flvay and the bride from her
will remove the same within thirty
when'.H. C. Stanford returns from Mew JLgentG.-F- Parker returned from
Home Store: 'Macho er for rent kjy home at Lnusfesrunir it was --at. first ___ ,_ .
.York. Jacksonville Tuesday, where... hafcwn < days or thecity council -will proceed. to -- 4 --;rid -'-.
the week "rch sew on easv instsAl to have been match, :.
thought ,
to attend an Atlantic Coast Lint. run-away have same removed from street all kinds of Real Estate-; s
Use Plank's Chill Tonic.. Coanrnleed. freight.and traffic meeting. menu of $3 fer 'month. Next door tothe but it was later learned that the consent T. M. RlVKBS Fire and Life Insurance and : '

: Price 25 cents. Sold by all new posuffice, phone 1S4., of
UK had
-- young lady's parents ,Chairman!_.of Sanitary Com., . Armour's Fertilizers. Renting -
,drugflists.The\ td17 8 WANTKD-Small live alUgsaors or Six pairs .f Viking hosiery gmawnteed been secured The. bride is the eldest 1 I and ':]Pollectfng::: Rents'' ".

tikhns, any quantity. Write stating daughter of Mr. '.and( Mrs. E. D. Hogaaand Mrs. Drought and Mrs. tiiger went, .,clalty. Taxes paid for '.
carrwa the Me-
: : Home Store now to wear for -I6iK months without .
.beet prices.-THOB. C. iKEHON, 226 fs very: papular in Kisaimmee where up to Orlando Friday last, and while Non-residents. ;le- ,
of sheet ic Mtcts. Written
JCinlef edition mu hole in heel or toe for $1.00.
.. Uogan Street, Jacksonville FMa. she lived for aJIumbe'r of years and enroute on the can the former was
cqpy. guarantee with each 1-2 down pairs
per where she Lava number friends taken ill with attack of '
large suddenly an of the best truck land i in All sues far awry: women and children R. O. MEEKKissimmee.
Meisrs. Howard Katz Fred Gilbert! drained Will' and relatives WIt 'Wt1l joie the Valley appendicitis. On reaching Orlando
the county. Well grow at the Cash: .Store.Nae'eae . MayCBtf
.and Eugene Bryan visited Orlando laal Gazette in: vmhing them eve happi they went direct to the office of Dr.
'anything you may plant on itA bar- Flit '
.Sunday\ ;irain. L. A. MJMZC& Co. orange grove of 555 drees. ness. The yatng couple came down Person, who finding that Mrs. Drought .. "

.Mr. A. E. Drought visited Mrs.: 450 bearing, 105 just beginning to bear, and spent Saturday night and Sunday was seriously, placed her in hie automobile

.Drought-at: the hospital- Orlando I Kills.Aeas, cure the worst case 01 miles af .Klseimmee, 1-4 mile
Wednesday: I mange. Bicaises Mange Oire. Not .d..tation. Not less th nroe -boxe recipients ''of nnany congratulations and and HO f7t.a1.! A comultation was then w. L ""

poisonous. Full line ef Bichsises Dog I this )Oe.- Cheap 'at' 27t0. good wishes held and the doctors decided that an Ylljll1OR'REAL
Our entire stock 6guned lawns,
Remedies for sale by Osorokt Pharmacy immediate
L. A. Mucx 4'Co. operation was necessary
mulls ,and silk tissues sold lor half It. Mr.-NiKer"-NotSW! fno gh. save her life-which was then and thereperfol'llied. ,
price atJCatz's.: The.Atlantic Hotel, Fla. -
Corona3e .
learn that
Picnic parties can be supplied with are glad
Marshal JHcPhatter arrested
Mr Tiller has purchased MX. .Rams all requisites at the H
.i; '' Tbornas's residence', in the wesern'portionJ confections! )' lunch good ..napkinsJcecream newly furnished, 'water, with a areas sack full.of syrup In cans, as favorably as can be expected.. ESTATE '

:- i >\-'. -*,.J I -__'" '. ? .. ,-.'.?>..v,; .dishes."in paper,:,,dishes'. of gas.1T.BQ etc.per,.;Special week' ;rate':. "'forthe.'. .-''''''". summer.... which lie was trying to sell. .The._ man ,Mr., August Ordaa and son, Chas. .

Gr to H. C. Stanford Co'a .department crockery:' T.; B. DEMAKEE. Prop. refused to*uy where he'got'.tile syrup Ordaa, purchased the Starling place of. --

store. .They are the originatorsof WANTED and he wee turned over to the county J. J. Keen through W: L. Van Duior. Y .
-Agents, ladkespreferred, .
For Sale A dead to 20 "
: quit-claim authorities and of Mr. Ordas
lojf prices'in: KiBsimtDf- a case vagrancy came through from Chicagowith ,
to dell the best seller in Florida, good .
acre. *f land -adjoining the city limits docketed against him. Sheriff Prevatt a carload of.. household goods KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA "
commission reference
At Osceoia Pharmacy you will find rwquired. on Fla. Midland Ry., for $2HO. The .
who endowed with etc. He will
seem especially an poultry, put the propertyin ,
the finest collection of perfumes and dress :JviBBimme Fine Arta Co., Kissimmee kind of,land located i is "
Fla. same similiarly intuition Jor l locating criminals began good condition and then send for his .jwj... jekjBt.mj_.....
ever ofTertjeL selling for more than double the price. aituund and soon had wife And rjkju
looking the megro daughter and make Kissimmee -
' :Ewaters rank Vans Agnew left Mr. A. M. Story has adwor.tjBf'd' his Address P .6). Box 272 Kiasimmee, spotted ea an escaped convict from his home in the future Mr. Chu. .? TILLERReal
home for sale and thanks ofnovin
for Coronado Beach Jto Fla. Keystone' Park near Tampa, from Ordas has been in the State for several
Kigsimmee ill afford to lose Estate
t can
. d a few days' outing. away. August DiiPont, Georgia's represent which plane a guard was seat for him weeks and after careful examination Apeecy..ti. ,
Mr. andJtra. Story and their three nice : ,
:i.J n alive at the .Seattle Exposition, .has on Monday, and was taken back and of many localities decided the Kissim- t
pL ai:: E. Wade, the tuner d Oi children. inform in durance vile. mee the best. =
opened up at ithat big event aui again placed country ;
friafrdo Bjwnt Tuesday in the city Jgokafter Realty bought and old.,
, The steamer Roseada left Tuesday ation bureau, and generously: offers ---' ---
,,... professional work. BroBjJal $100 a front Foot G. B. Woodall has Bold his place in HousesTented. h
Basinger to take in tow tfie: U. S. every city and county in Florida 16 distribute
:," North Kisaimmee to J. N. Taxes paid and"-Titles yer- f
i.. fat A C. Booth came down from. dredge Kdssimmee, which' 'mibe\\\ judiciemsly all literature sent I A local mat estate deal of considerable recently disposed of his Smith, who ) ifled for non-resident' ,.

Gotha and several days looking bought to.this place and tied up for him fans lijis tate. magnitude waa consummated this property east
spent of town to Mr. Herman Scbrader of Fire Life and'Accident In '
the present jf i week when R. O. Meek purchased' fromN. ..-
after his here this week. i ,
place '
Miss Colorado. Mr. Woodall surance.Indemnity.
f Phyili..Jarrell returned home C. Bryan the building and lot Occupied will ,vacate the "
.M.r-.'YrroBuss. and litVa,daaghz r..rc.m..arwa.Y. ..Mr. .E. 1* Lesley made the trip to Wednesday from: a visit to the !familyof by Mtm. .JUnrero's fruit stand and first o/ September and for the presenthas Bonds.1: "

Cuba, the guestsof .Baninger and return by team last week. her brolher. .Mr. Gray Jamell at rented the Lladaey plaeeju t I"r.. ,'
are the lot next to it. This is one of the acrossthe 1F'Ohvr-'VI!-:-___ .
)(u. G. E. Tackach this week. He.,.port the roads very wet. $einj&. Micanopjr. The latter accompanied her most desiraUlft properties in the city railroad in the north end of town. -- ,t)

Phone orders for bed Md: I covered with water ."conaiderabie'por: home and spent a day or so with his and we nndentand it brought in the O Quite a-large- party, ,"of KissIminee r
your tioa".of: the wsty.Capt. .
cakes to the home Store and have them: parents rcturaisK: home last night accompanied neighborhood of $100 a front foot. people went out'on the Sugar Belt yesterday for .Screens Door tt;
R. G. Canova returned Tiiek by Isis mother. ? /
This Mr. afternoon ,
delivered regularly. Phone 154. property waspurchased by to visit St. Cloud,. the 'tt t
day from a few days outing at Coronado For Rent-I an offering 'my tons Bryan about three years ago. .and the town of the new colony. In the absence rri .ro0

For Sale A Rent-Dwellings-Central and other places on the coast. .He for rent, furnished, from. Oct. lit to fact that it was sold to a local real estate of Conductor Clay, who was off .,' indow Ftnmes w;

location See me before buying. will resume his run on the Sugar. .Bend May 1st,. and in the meantime have man for nearly double the original on a most pleasing mission, Agent G. r '

Go<"F, Parkerr. I Midland< tosonowl r'" two or three fumiAed rooms which I purchase price. a straw which indi- F. Parker was in charge of the train '
.. Furniture' Repairing- and: "J4
-' I cates the trend Gf real estate values in and did the honors in I Anything ; ;
aLtA will rent to reapesHiible parties. For liis usual happyand
Stove wood delivered in town $1.00 bronze medal given ;u/ the In the Cefyent' ?
particulars call on or write Mrs. Helen this section. obliging manner. r?
per strand. < State of Malcolm Line ,:
16-tf KisaviMMEE LUMBER Co. Murphy. Finder will be suitably rewarded Perdew. July 23-tf. Notice. The success of business depends much: ---GOT-- ."

-+. Dr..W. W. Cdtson has so far recov- if returned to owner. T. M.. Wanted to borrow $1,000 at 10 percent. oq" the "drive and push" you put into

:ered from his recent accident as to be Murphy. July 23 tf. on ten acres pineapple land-1 The Jlome Building Company of Kin; ii| Continual efforts count. Spasmodic BARNS'. CARPENTER SHOP' J1

able to attend to hie professional duties. If have to sell, acres bearing-located at San Cristobal simmer Invites. correspondence with' all efforts soon expire and be who relin.qol.hes Oppoalte. Freight Depot -....:.t
you anything or exchange in4 =:
in Province of Pino Del Rio parties 4esiri i j"to-build Kissimmee' his :;
want Cuba orwill grasp a particle will Jose
or If to buy adme- I '
Misses Emma Yowell'and Rachel you
J sell half interest far $2,500. The or its immediate vicinity. This Leaks have returned from Gainesville, j|i thing, an advertisement, in this paper erect ,
is to kind
prepared of
remaining five acres will be set in pines any booming will make up. Keep things Sprigg Fleming
where they attended the State Normal |I|I will probably put you in communication residential buildings on installment .1
School.In ,, with just the party!you are lookingfor. this fall. S. C Boots Kiesimmee Fla. moving judicious advertising will do ,

plans. it.-Exchange. /
perfumes the important thing is i I Mr. 0. R. Van Horn and family went ,

quality. Quality shows in the dainty., Capt. J. W. Bryan a prdminent Confederate up to Jacksonville Monday, from which PRESSING .. 4

odor of Bacadia. Sold only at Osceola I veteran and distinguished soldier place Mrs. Van Horn and the children The BEST ORANGE BOXES DYEING a"

Pharmacy. I II| passed away at his home in Tampa .will continue their journey to theirformerhome REPAIRING

I!I last Tuesday. Hia daughter Mrs.. A. in Nebraska Mr. Van

Mr., W. J. LaRue has bet'busily/ engaged -',, B. Morrison of this city was called to Horn will return to KTssimmee to windup <
installing the' fixtures for his Tampa several days previous to herfather's some business, matters, after which ley Dovetailed Heads. Leave -word a* nay house and clothe 'H:-:
new .restaurant in the old postoffice he will join his in will .
death and was with him in his family be called lor and returned. :
building this week. ,
last moments.I Any leading manufacturer can .
: and Mrs. Henry W. Dale and
MUses Lillian and Mabel of t furnish them. Jf dealer
EMredge. ]I I I County Commissioner Elmer Bass is Mr. Frederick Dale of Yonkers N. Y., t I your SatisfactiorrtGuaranteerPILu .
Apopka are expected to arrive in the'' cannot .
A supplying the residents at St. Cloud arrived In the city yesterday on their II suoply you, write .,
city today to be guests for several days \ -
with fresh meat, and reports a flourishing ) way to St. Cloud where- they have pus i
of the Misses Carson. business. At present he is peddling chased and to residein OCALA BbX I PILslB I, PILBTS tWilliams' ',,
.' 'I- property expect CO." modish I tile Olntracnt ear e *
Mr. H. C. Stanford returned home'' the meats from his wagon but the future. The former is a con 1111 ml. BI..deg.u4Itohlaa: m. Ll''l'a.: .orbs> "i'

Tuesday from Baltimore and New York has contracted for the erection of a tractor Aid builder and will engage in z, C. CHAMHLESS.. President. the poultice tainon., slrM llchlni relief H William'000*. act.M..aa'. ,-.,j

wbere-he--had been to purchase his fall building in which he will 'open a regu- that ...there and assist in build. OCALA FLORIDA. at Pile the OlotmcBI prirate t*pa prepared tu. Pri.for...Mie PIMe nrl end.i Oft Itching, i iA ,'/,'

and winter. stock of good. lar market as soon as it is completed. ing up the new town. .. only by Uvaeola Pb.rmaer. xj ." r -:


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.MM .. -, (*Bl. noon tb *camp-Isn't.-I'll 1 T.stay Are-joq here.enjoying; Nice after'your". : Clearance: Sale '; ) ',

How.,She Came :to,Withdraw One< .vacation?" . Ii
Miss Darboy looked across at,blm In .
of the Camp Rules. . . .... '.. .
Indignation and muttered to herself In .
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_. Freftcu. She was just 'about to announce "1I'' il -rJ----:
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she would t' :
: that de..t'end'I1dJ;o 'n
;-By CLYDE LAWRENCE <1iicca I'10) C f m .' "'''.I- '
fCopyrlcht straight to.camtp: when the bovine+. ',Olio Lot Lnt1fe White. Shlrt.\Vnlsts..regularprlee-$1..0"rec; -r! : 1 ,_ .. .
; 1909; 'by.oclated t JJUrart '. I''r' -)\"
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,'j-- Press.] 'I\'bp bud. been quiet a moment ; : : : I.t 'a
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Sklrts .regulnr.prjce.$2ljO.l"CCfUCclltO'$1.n.( = -
''3founsr Indies,):1 'I\'lah to make'au'.lnv: po wl'hg'oDd bellowing She ; .. : .
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portaat annouflcenient," said &Ih. Daf- therefore changed her mind and hum I ," "- ',

' '.boy, tf'achbe clans In-French 1It by( asked'' :be get tired 'nnd..1"r'oo't' leave ud I. .. All Special Priced are Strictly Cash, if you have( a: charge account with.HH!I + M'' ,;;

the Welllnrton. .private school for r(ungladles. pretty soon 7" > au'I retlucst-any of tjie advertised.' goods charged, regular prices will prevail.ti". '

"It wjll take a week to tire blm out," .
The tourteeo'70uolr ladles looked up"In the "Yes. I to be 'I
was reply .expect;
: expectancy. : here for, at least seven de's"ou can E : '

"During: the summer vacation beginning sec bow mad and determined he li. H. C. -, ,

two"weeks hence. I shall 1mve You bad" better tie yourself a limb Co1i"AGE

.- tents en the-,shore of the lake, and so that when you grow weak from hunger -i .

'neb of yon AS can arrange! ; -It with you; nillnot fall to the; ground" 1 $

jour parents may summer there "Merci: Mercl! can't mean - -

.There,.will bo boating, bathing and It, monsleurT*-"- "'-- '.... . , .. __ --_:.. -- .,' -.....
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1 "You had started for tbe village, I I

. psblag.will be supplied Fresh meats every'and day."-('gelnl It. la>J('anew I probably. When loll don't return! the I' NO BAR gnnnrimimmmmmnmnnmmmmmmmmmmmmg" " " " '# }' " ;" " " " " " " !"}" '

. girls will think you. hare eloped. Tbls : '
,departure, "and. 't bope It111, be ; Is just'the season for elopements, you I i The Gray stone

a success" know lt me stand""Up and look foe I ,

It was seen that. she hadn't quite the camp. 1 see it. Tbe !girls are Everybody In.Ki".timmee a Eligible. .. KIQ.SIMME. FLA. i THE LATEST AND BEST I

finished yet and the applause was running.around; in wild excitement. A I I' ,
Old people stooped with suffering, -
boat with a man In It Is drawing near. ,. "
wit lc1.
Middle age, courageously fighting, On Lake Toliopekallirn\ E :_:: .r
"It rlll .be a ladles' ramp In find you are not there to sboo him Youth '
protesting impatiently -
young ; Hunt\ln!::. Fishing.Slioolinir: w ::::
tbe strictest sense of tbe word." she away! Children unable explain; Hathlng.: Oolf Tennis Hoque.
continued. "No members! of the other f'Oh. my unhappy self!* moaned. Miss ,A1I'in misery.from thier kidneys. 'C'r-Ickt't. Clock Golf, Baseball
Darboy. "I shall be blamed. No one Only a little backache first Trap Shooting.
_sea will bojx.TmlltoO" near It. Farmer' wlllbellere me. I shall be disgraced:" Comes when you catch a cold Tei," ins2.'iO:. to *3: .SO per day_ I In Dry Goods Shoes and i

_ Jackson will nee to that Tbat Ix all'Hand The teacher shod tears In French Or when'you strain the back. I ..n l;; to a21<: per. ,'t-ek., ,
In your names as loon as (POKKIble 'Many complications follow. .1 .
and was julet for a few minutes Mr. ::
please." : Hope watched her. and\ saw that a Uridarydlet. t"rder&;. diabetes' Bright'adist'ase. To Out. Fi'lenu,*: 3Gents'

"Butwon't our brothers and cousins : mental struggle Was going on. lie Uoan'f Pills backache. I < '4'me It nIl' t'V, a men) at the
t>o allowed to come to see us?" a..kffi l was too 'wise to Interrupt and presently Cure Kidney form of kidney cure ills. hotel Slnj.!le a enjjs.) 5 Miss Harden for the rest of the class every I meal ticket; @l0.)( Kooms tl 1, per
she said in very humble English: Mrs. Sarah E. Kexford. Kiusimmve,
"Impo stbfe," abe replied In French "}Ofr. hope does Mlsn Harden's Fla., says: "Out little daughter Buffered d<1 a 1' -- --

"In your case. Miss Harden I happen mother know that you love her daughter from a kidney wenknegB ft>r four years.she :I ' -= ATC. -
to know that you hove neither troth ?" seemed to have no control over the lUxunn in'The Inn annex for =
era nor cousins of the male sex" 'kidney secretions and this weakness was I I lent for roc<( an') T'x' per nlnhtS E =_ .
1 was to have seen her tomorrowto ..
"But have a"- especially bothersome at night. We | -.iul jate' by the- ween or. -
tell her and ask: her consent to tbe 111"II tl1-..
consulted doctors regarding her cane .
No, she didn't say It. The tpacber ."
marriage. and tried remedies, but
her wide und drew many nothing
opened very
"Mr. Hope can the creature below be brought satisfat.tory results Recentlywe W.D'ann's I
herself and frightened ber
up driven away?" Interrupted Miss 1>nr.1 learned of Doan's Kidney Pills andprocured H. W. THURMAN w
Miss Pearl Harden was fatherless, ,
bar box from KissimmeeDrug .
boy., with hope In tones. a .the.
and her widowed mother had only; a -rosslbly" I Co. I gave them to the child all ., PROPRIETOR. --
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limited Income. There were other pupils "And it peedn't get to tbe youngladles' directed, and they gave the relief for .
wbo bad to consult tbe matter ofbneome which we hud so long sought. Our = ::::
ears that 1 was-was up atree
as well and wben Miss 1.>ur- ?' daughter now has no trouble from ?: l lttttUUUILUIUIULULUULUlttitUtilUlUtlii111I1lUUtItUtlltUfi

boy bad made up her list for tbe summer her kidneys whatever We are very
camp it totaled seven names. Six: "Not" "unless. yotell the story. your grateful fur the benefit Doan'd Kidney BLISS'ls -
self. Y'llla have .
,to of be them enforced bad no the complaint seventh of said the nothing rules- "And you could accompany me to For pale by Price 50 cents ''I X111111111111111111111114111114141111111411114111141114111" " " " " "# "#" " "}" '}" #" " ' 11111rG" '
camp the same as If I had met you In Foster-MilburnCo, Buffalo New York FORSPRING -
but seemed to be thinking a great the village?" sole agents for the United StatesRMpember .

dean "Just the 8ame.'ea, I could accompany the name-1>oan'a n and *
Vacation came Tbe camp was you to camp and I could I take no other. ILLS I Seasonable I
pitched and occupied and !<'arl1ler'lac "- .
take a stroll with Miss Harden and -- --
n took a shotgun Into the fields
have a talk, and you could let some of
with him and kept an eye on the approaches To Owners 6f.500 to 2000 Acres Springtime is sicktime.Purify :::
to the camp. .the other fellows pay calls. and. add to die bloodcleansethe =- .................-............_..................... ............ --a
IKf-Eesf- ooK of irood uueucuinbet. farm> mnd --
Everything; went along quietly for a "Mr. Elope, proceed to drive the A special j pronusitiun-is many Hpeferied system-by the simple
week, and the enemy was lulled Into location un\eineiit l? n'un"- and effective roots herbs
.a sense of security, No pirate craft creature hence I portanon Send in lie and,) purl.t,i'.uri ,
approached and Farmer Jackson went Mr.' Hope dropped bis handkerchiefto at uucts.? and barks contained in I. Goods I.

. tbe .grass, and while the bull was
- toed with conscience free from k111Jng. . I-LORIDA UKVKLOPilXd COMPANYJccliHOMvll ;
It the young
sniffing t ) man swung '
Then Ulss Darboy took chances.. ...e FloridaROGERS' BLISS NATIVEHERBS :: ..
down and grabbed blm by the tall and ----
8be wanted some things from her room 3.-2t E .m MmMM-.-r .m..m%..mmv.w.w. ::
twistedand shouted. Away went the JjzS
;ln tbe Tillage, and she arranged with frightened bovine on a gallop and N == '. : *
4be driver of the provision wagon to LIVERWORT cost is but a half-a- -
Miss Darboy wad assisted down. Two AT ,,
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.rid with hrut- __ TAR AND CAN CIIALAQUA 3
tip hours later she was saying, to her , 1' .',. cent a'day: to rid the bloodof'
Halfwit For the cnniulcl** (nr. it "'I.: "
W to town a wbeel came off campers:""' --'-.- Aithmn mid aranrhln.ruA ill!| I.lulge.inpl.m.| the poison that causes :: .
jffie vehicle, and after gazing at tbe tt'fi'liltir: to "Young ladies I beg to announce : : ; i- : Boils-Pimples and other PRICESI
i f hrrrv IIHM fcir Hum nix:iml ic'I l BII
'wreck for five minutes the driver!: an-. ,'..
that the restriction against male vis. rd.bllal.d l nptilHitoii it* 11 ( ".I..r,1 "iouih Skin Eruptions., 200 Tab-
d'that jio four! wheeled yfegouconoid rem r.l 1'..,I' utHiiit :i,, ..linn ..r T liHriiinildniK. 1
[ Itors to this camp has for good and rill"' 'to" mii-i m d tbfe! I I
eopflnrie'Jts I fuJHclent been withdrawn% f.pc ,w. 't'ld <. ''y i>>' UfctoU I hinuifr: | .f
'wFeeli.. ffbji jnepQt ttat S.4nl. I : jrensons! I to cure or money back. :::::: . .
louse p1t'88' '
'1 irrao3 No ap I .. I == :
Luis walk' he..Ki* ._HRjJ"l ... ---- -- t Ask for a'Bliss Almanac ..- -

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Pre Forgotten by Death.! *iy J THE and learn fully about this lINE C.REAM'" .
LQ-aA b a_or 11._ hentttt :! E SE-E OUR OF ''ICE .

I +dfil 0 w t -the- out but Qtlce.1POILUh?; \ do r thguiys when 1 NORTH::: KISSIMMEBI.BARGAIN old-fashioned remedy. ' FREEZERS,. }.fAMMOCKS. MOS- 3. /
e 1 1 er ,; tdi for 'U there lived a : ,. ., Made by BLISS in Washington .. .
-1j lash 'wjlo feared only one thing andtttufwaVdeath : NET'S'WA-tER , r . ch''
d 'b pbtte bull pastur1ll& 1D one D. C. / OUITQ COOLERS ., ;

,; ofTF'ie !aide' .." ..u ..... ,. it be could live forever '; .STORE , --__ .,.'. ,.,,",n'", ., ETC.-. ..'..-'. -. .,'....-" -." .:,..,..........., __ ,i-.Ii"IiWA'.1..-\ S.*!
wouldbe. : .. .REFRIGERATORS ,
<1oi }' )11"1S* ,t y soon bad, use for all ber be! ..thought bow, (line it i RSALE BY 'k. ; -- '- -'
Maybe Death overheard blm and .. -
1 J're nch exclamation She first beard i -
decided to grant his wish, ot'perbapll = ::::
thunder, then
rambles! like distant a'fevage children J. W: HAMPTON. w
,Jti\. bellow then a trembling of tbe being busy taking off young ,! I' \
and women, or
men -
promising young --
. Dearth and the sight of a creature bearing '

u,r standing down. There close upon together were ber.two, and She(shade she ran.reached trees of'course. 'man parents family forgot lived, who his ou blin.,were and descendants on.needed At He any, outlived Death generation rate, simply tbe his A. S. GILBERT 1 1DE.T.J.n UP-TO-DATE i STRNFORDIfl| n (})JI |SON GR nS I

one and had gained a parch ten feet : I IN -
. high while tbe bull stopped to sniff after generation, all his friends, and *
of his friends. No Sign and House HARDWARE COMPANY 3
tbe descendants I .
4at the bat that had blown from berdead Notions ;
, Women... Dot natural climb one knew him and his day of usefulness Dry Goods, ) I O =- :-::::

\'. ers been but known Tinder to stress add' of tbat peril feat they to their have of the was hope Jong, ambitions ago that, or having experiences none I Glasssware., Enamelware': .. filll1111111111l1l11l111111111lll'111ll11'l'l11111l111111l: !! ! ! '! '! 1l111 .

of today was as If he talked In a . .. .. :
a many accomplishments.
1 different language He lived on and t PaintingPaper
l "Go away-go right away from
Deer! commanded Mlss, Darboy id on. and forever but Death had forgotten I C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN, SECRET ART
and be prayed to
blm. though
t.; both French and English aa tbe bull
die aa fervently as be bad once prayedto We sell McCall's Patterns and \ .
came up and pawed and bellowed. lie
!:Ii. absolutely refused. Then Miss Darboy live be couldn't die. And If you I FablicaUons. Hanging a.4< Plasticolng The Waters & CarsonGrocery .
sorrow for one who has lost his life;
called tor help but no help came. McCa1V'sMagazine
think bow much: worse It would be taken
Aa boor had passed wben the ball. ,
went to the creek to drink. Be didn'tforget I to never lose It; to be like this tired II only 50c per year. post
old man whom Death baa forgotten.
bown'er.1 Guaranteed
paid. Satisfaction
tbe lady up tbe tree Atchison Globe. '
Be kept looking back, and abe realized Company
phone 35 Kisslmmee, .
that to descend would bring him back I \ -- .
Tibetan Skull Drums.Adrum .
v>* on u..cJausa. He bad satisfied tlstblrst - -
wben be aaddenJ-emltte a of an extreme repulsiveness I I GEO. A. GILBERT
of nature Is on* used by the lamas of
Wholesale] and Retail Dealers in'Q.ROCERIES-
bellow of defiance and went flashingacrosa I Have roe nr'(""I.I ,nnr K'tli.\.f HM\ I
Tibet at some of their church ceremonies. .
the field. There was another you <>M'rwnrkicl mir ln-rwu t>H-m midrnimnd .
1 For this tbe cranlums of two I trouble' filth OUr kid....). and l..ddrr' T CONTRACTOR.T.
This time it was a 1 Mldc "ln.sudbiaddrrr l -
Intruder. young __ Have nu l-mii a In loin" vr
skulls preferably children's, taken, /
Haveon'Rabb'apne.rsuew"wrhrrare. I
man. Be beard the bellow aaw the and over tbe concave aide of each Is I' .e.,i.Fliill' <. under I he eyroT Ton fr. iicnldmlrs

'j' bull,and at once .made for the made tree stretched tbe skin of a snake. Tbe two I a m.will to cnrt p<...yon urine_!t nniKul.l.I If.o. W"Uti.Pr.eo, ", .' KI'I'H'TPll Hold //ft. RIVERS, ///ft.- D.PHYSICIAN .
Be at a hot along
ame up pace. skulls are then cemented at the v er. only by U.caota PharmM I
: spring to catch a branch and tee to either side of a wooden disk covered AND SURGEON

_pad a vicious sweep of the boras with a cotton cloth the stretched I Office over Osceola PharmacyPHONliS' ,
thy Inches Be bad been settled on a These
,,\ tklne being outermost drums 153
Residence ,
'.1 branch 'for three' minute before he'lbesrd are often ornamented by baring the DiarrheaQuickly }I Office 148TK WE SELL WE BUY -.
- a' voice" asking:
heads of devils and such like horrors, ..
Af,"Sir, what "jsball "we dor __ the more repulsive the better, painted '
i i "Good.lands, a lady; up a tree r'be upon them In red and blue colors. The I J. W. SIMPSON I II HAY HIDES- .

,: ;taped. "Bow did yon get there f* method employed In playing them Is Cared i I GRAIN

"17 t creature chased me. and I-I rather curious. To the wooden disk DENTIST. FURS

cI1mbItL.7 between tbe two halves a cord Is fastened I Upstairs In Katz Building. FERTILIZERS :

"I can't band yon iny card but my by which tbe dmm:,can be sos- WOOL
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me is Randall Hope." pended and then rapldly fotated. Two Chamberlain'sColic OFFICE H OURS: f 1:30 to'c&Jf.E. i SHINGLES

"And I am Mia Darboy of tbe abort cords with knobs at their ends Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. ITT n AND
wcbool.r. ." bang down In such a way that as tbe Cholera and ORANGE BOXES
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.... Ton are tbe French teacher. drum revolves they strike: alternately j ALLVEGETABLECRATES

-don bare charge of the rammer amp. on either face and thus produce a regular Diarrhea Remedy ORANGE WRAPS __

'"Son' bare issued an edict that no manak.ll "turn torn." : I It WSr..: WINK:: : : COUNTRY

it within half a mileThat
approach "
Can always be depended '
t upon.
old farmer with a shotgun turned The Soft Answer. PHYSICIAN AltO SURGEON: GRATE NAILS PRODUCEWe

, .B.back yesterday, and I was trying Mr. Blower-Your automobile hit me. I, During. the emnmer months children I RBSIDBNCB PMONS 33. Ywlarka: ,

.2* again today." but I got Its number all right! ar subject to bowel disorders and should 10rrlcsiPsoss 07. FJAlUDA.II .
.'1' Ton wanted to see me r* was asked. Fair Occupant-So nice. It will receive the most careful attention. AJ I

!M ""On. no! ,I'Wanted to see Miss BtrOen make a capital decoration for your soon a* any unnatural looseness of the II W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. sell field and garden.seeds or all kinds. ,

. I am in love with her yon den.-Puck. I bowels is noticed Chamberlain' Coin DENTAL PARLORS We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping
Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy shonld be .
bOW'p Ooeta bat 25 cents bottle and parties. .
riven. a
. "Sir.. JOas' Harden .Is under my Between the Aets. it is economy to always keep a bottle OVKR RIVERS PSCBOLA BUILDING PHARMACY Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12,

. ".., harev and the role 1 have made Dolly-My new suit will be finished I bandy. Ton do not know when it maybe I w* are county agents fo r good fertilizers.! Ask us for circular_ ,'=

-dust be obeyed.". tomorrow. ,I needed, but when yon do want it yon; OFF7Ca MODUS*)| 8 TOW .Naas I and prices on fertilizers.J "

'Well, all riffM. replied Mr. Hope as Molly-Tailor or divorce.-. New York want It bWq. Get a bottle today. \......-- ,t ]i .

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GENERALPJRECTQRY j AN AUTHOR' TARTt: '.1 I.fJotic e.of..Application.:for Tax Deed -; --

I. Under; SectloD 5T4.andB76 of

Of the Churches. and fraternal Societies When, .Marion Career; ss Author.Bsgaa, .941. ]r' .the General' Statutes' TSf .We' :' Prosper,, Colony -Company-

of. Kissimmec.: Marlon.Crawford ,I bad known sloe State of Fforid. .,. .' , tt.
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A' . be WM triad of fourteen years i t. too, 1 lotlvt U hereby given drat K:, U Lute/, purchm '

. -.. was, _jouB ster.Jn; ,those day*. W* .r b t yea C.rtftc! .U No."528" rd V4A : '
CHURCHES., were lITlDlr..tew; Jersey"towu I dv of July A D.1)b4elreu) flied said c.rllflc.tVlnmyofflm : s . 1Offers .

;':: and b* came there' to visit bla auoU I and bat mads application. .' fo,taxde.4 to
"BAPTIST. Mrs., Adolpba Halliard, slater ot.Mr. i .!..u. U) aeobrdano with taw. >titU( cvrttAoato more, then-
yIJunyan" .. Jolla 9PSYg'titlorg''AlthouSh be c'ame i _b...... th.foUunrlnv docrlbwl PI'O .rtt..tC\;. y

"- Stephen, pastor ...... from Italy l; M Uresaed 'Engllsb i sled In o.c.olo county Florida,to.wll.l. _*... w pROSPEI vestor and 'Ixomeseekerfor .
Su 'Scbo l! 45 m.--N. C. Bryan flegln;! f.ft w_of aouthmtt co per Block 4
a. lad, wltb blgb bat. )Eton s: jacket, wide of Robert...'Additlpn'to KUalnuitiwCltr.-run, arOLOr4Y hundred

auperhrte rat' collsramJL.long-'trousers. You can lot-" w*>t M f..,north. 1 W, seat M fact mouth. one dollars
Preaching: rt-a m. and 7.45 p., m. aiDe tb e a>#4JsaUonsltnt be, made In I JI50 f..t. ' than

PrayermftetlnK7, &Thur'edayevening. that quiet NevJers y,tpwo, W* bad .The amid land b.ln.. assessed. at th.dat of the any land comjpany

. B. Y. B. U. 7.45 Fri ;: bad kings a'ftd. prtarai es.. our 'oetgb- luuanc of such eerilAcaU* in'the amine of A. J. TAFT o in Attiei
Visitors always bora, but a young bojr W a'.t1lgb' bat Hmn.on. Sevenin& Was' Unknown to as and therefore much Unlami aid eqrllilcat shall bf rde.m'd aceordina QPROSPZRr e

.. --:-- more .f a novelty. Fron) tbosa da)'.. to law. tax deed wip le.u. th reon.on!, th. N COLONY
- '. : : -whl bwe.telled: "with jrouthful.ex i.: 8ith day of Aunua't. A. ).Jj: !! __ -- For. :.Particulars.!: .a.J1 dJphustfatedBgolcWJitt '
Witness my official\ aiitnatura and veal this thehdayol.JulY.
SundajTSehool 9.45 a. m.-Geb. F. 'paries. 'did not see Frank Crawford, ; > A. 1).19Qi.' .

Parker, superintendent.Christian as be a as tben called until he was : ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.

Endeavor 6.45 p. m. a full gro cn. man and bad knocked' ';bus ircuit Court of Oacepla Prosper Colony

. No preaching or prayer meeting till about the yolrkl a bit. His uncle, ibewell County. Flurida.ByS. / Company
'known Bauh'Ward. brought himto UBULN.otic CK D. C. .
October* 1st.Visitors .
the office of.tbo CMtfc.( tben consisting S M KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA

most cordially' all of a single small rool.Q.. over 'Danlell's of Applicauon to Sail the
aervices. dry goods store ins "Broadway.New AQ.NT.. A T.D' 1
Interestof Minorliin' &4lE 1 state.NoTICE.Ifl .
York. "This lad wants toM>e a
. In
; writing please meullou/ this -
CHRISTIAN. writer" said his Uncle Sam: "I wlsb !:. hereby vlwn that the .uHoil4iirn I .d.i I I parar. ,
tbat you would give blm a chance to : A. M. Chisholni, pastor. ,
learn the business. We gave him the Sarah U. Anderson Ha>cal\ B Anders -
Preaching first'and third Sundays of tbance, -not only for old times' sake son. J.rleeCA. Anderson, Lula M. Atidarwm and ...........
.. .... ....
each month at 11'a. m. and 7.45 p. m. but l because we liked bill looks. "Tbat l lla E. Andanun, minorItfelra. of James A. An. .t.
darvon. duceaked.( ,,wlll apply to the Honorable O.
Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell, "
S fellow can do anything be cares to, I
Krlbba Cotint/
F. Judit* In and lor Oaceola
superintendent. remarked' after fee left tbe office. So county Florida, at tea o'clock a. m. Christian Endeavor first and third we let him write Be w'rote'litipk' t re day the drat day of September A."0 llI<
Sunday of each month at 6.30 p. m. views. tedltorlals-and eves poetry and hl.offlc* in KiBaimmM, Oscaola'?"ouunty, Florida,
Prayer.meeting and choir practice ev after tbat .be wrote "Mr. Isaacs. You for authority 1.9..11 the InUrast o/-the aforesaidmlnora I ave in Stockt 1A

Thursday at 7.45 p. m. know the rest. From tbat on It was In and to the lands sltuut aitbf ti inK in
ery easy enough. Be won out and we the County of Osccola and State oC FIoNddmore .. ,
had blm .rtI..FUS..c.bed u follows :
knew that though we given -
The Southeast quarwr of the Southeast ewrtar
tbe chance be wanted at tbe time that
section sixteen.: The Ncrtheast quarter; the '
be wanted It, be would save found It .
David D. Kidd, rector. Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter section .
Services every second, Sunday at 10.30 quick enough anywhere. else: But be seventeen.township twenty-atven South. ,
never forgot ,what be chose to regard Range !*,-I< Es-t. "
'and 4
a. m. p. m. aa a favor.-Jeannetts L. aDder In LULA M ANDERSON .'
Morning prayer and IItany'evety Sun- Putnam'a 'Guardian for the i : l 0' ices i

day-L_at 11.30 a. m. Conducted- by a lay aforesaid minor. \

man. POLENTA.A 4 4'r.: .-.. .
Sunday Scho6l-1st, 3rd and 4th Sunday ,

10.30 a. m., 2nd Sunday 9.80 a. m.- Woman Tells of H.r Introduction to NOTICE of Application for Tax ,

W. G. Hankins, superintendent.All the Italian Dish. Deed Under Sections 674 and : .

services suspended during July Did you ever eat polental Bear 67'6 General Statutes of the :
and August. ba has to tell before :
w tone."woman you ,
State of Florida. .
you say no. .: . ..., .
METHODIST.Jas. "Just let me tell you about iny Ins NOTICE" U h.*r''l"y given that (.,.<.nt' w. '
trod.uction to tbls Italian- dish. Last Dsvspurchnserul! Tax Ucrtiftrat No 104,
T. Mitchell, pastor. summer after I bad closed our campIn loud tar 7th. lay of .Tiny, A D l'<'u. .\ of Tux
Preaching every Sunday morning and tbe mountains 1 was Invited to rertinrato No 1I7H loud the Mil day of July.A .
I) !I'll". ban flli-d auto furl ili<-at... In hay of : .
evening. spend tbe night wltb an acquaintance '
flee, liaM mare aypllfaUnn. f ir Iou ileucl t"
Sunday School 45 a. m.-J. M. Lee, who. bad tbe next camp .
.. .. THKII In nrrordanoe with toed
"She Is charming woman, one wbo
a\tflpnnt..ncli'llt. a Kklii crrtlflf-Htr rinbtnt-v the tonm'ln.. dunerlb'M '
Prayer meeting every Wednesdaynight. has lived abroad more than In this ) proiH-rty Hltunted. In Ohccoln eoullt!'. .,

country. She Is devoted to Italy and Flo.I.I..IO",1. Carload: of .Nails
' things Italian and her cook from I..nt. 4 iidsfl. Pirlcrcn' :i\'l| ,.ion or
Choir practice every Saturday night. .
southern Italy has been with ber sev Jot 7<>of th,' Florliln i.aml&< I lniro\iMii-nt| Co: '.*

-. ------- erul! years."As Addition to Klnniinnn I II yThe44611aud.bvlugao.eswd

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.MASONIC.; 1 was about to retire my hostess the lssnaoae' of Bald,taxcertifloates at In the the diiftv name il*. rah loacl. of Pittsbur P\f
said to me, 'Pardon me but 1dldu't r : ect
. .. K .1. ('urnsulJ r .rtl7crt. /
- -- -- - think to ask you what rote preferred ;
"U1I1.axbTerttTtlenh4' .n.T1'te redeemed Re' '" '
to have for breakfast. Iteally, /
"".,lInK t-> !s\\', lox <1"l'VIIII""C'tIIl'! l l ''''>I'' "" .
Oranip" ) Blossom Lodge, No. 80, F. & before 1 had opportunity, a the Mtli day of ....|it A, I). I'HH.Wltuevs '. -- ..-.

A.._ M.. meets. first andtthird Monday reply she continued. 'We always bave / iju olllf.lal M mature sad l h..ollhl, the) fellcing'-3Yire' :
poleuta .Antoalna makes delicious polenta of A. J>. I'HM.Wai .
nights in each month at 7.Wo'cock: ; in ; IItb day Auu. .... .
. so 1 always have It. 1 did not : AKrllt'K E. !''OXUAS.I ,
Fraternity Hall. know polenta 1 was quite sure but It '. < In'ilit, ourt u,reolaoiiiilv! (, 'lOlI"e.. '
J. W. Prentin, W. M. sounded most attractive andso : >-
certainly Carload l ParoiclCarloaclSBarbecl :
K. O. Meek, secretary.TKMGMTS 1 replied '1 am sure 1 should likepolenta Order For Publication.: .Roofing

especially! U A.ntonlna makes .
OK PYTHIAS. It' and 1 went to my room with my. IN the Circuit c.'urt. Ttli 'lel'lreutt.Os-

appetite already whetted for polenta ruola Cuuuty, FI.'ld8-1. ChaiiueryEllmshetiiKe.nandberlrp.handJ :: "
Friendship Lodge, No. 10, meets every made by Antooluo. l J Kern V*. ; Wire

Wednesday night at 7.30 o'clock in Fra- The next morning 1 awaited that llemhoM BclicifiT, alinfl'.Vvruer Jt..Sclitiff.- .
. Hall. Rill to ItemOV4 brat From Title. : :
ternity : meal with the greatest expectancy.TJhe --' . ..
T. M. Rivers, chahcellof commander, \ polenta was served, and I tastedIt. It"'I'I".r11l1| |{ by; affidavit appeneTod to the ''I' .. .' \' . ,. ,. ', I ." ; ,: .' JI .',Ili't. J.
'.: ; '' . 101.\1'1"
bill niixl iu the aliovi" Muted cause that Reinhold ,1'''' ',., '. .. : , ...
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I. :
: O. Meek records and seal.. Was It good .u 1..1 /1
R. keeperof $ alas I" 1 r .. i' ) '
q. Bt'lmlfnr/ .) \VoroorR "" tiehruladtzlierelunnnutLbs'a * ;. ; "I! : ,'" : :" ( ;g \ ', .i.. : ':
f i -1' "
:t..: ); .:: :: : .. .. S(lt certainly was but {,bad eaten It nooresldeut'ofthe .1 :' ' i 'n"\ 1 t
.... . .. "" :.J"Ia, 'J..t :: -slat"1', :" '. .'J itiilT .
-; ,
c. -. '" ; -. hundreds!: of times before.,'only we prosaic State or Florida; and a. r...tll(*.1, -'-> lg< , . .. :;;:f,, : ,", ,_ 4
w '
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OSCF.OLA CAMP.NO. 79, W. O. W. Amerlcaug"call It cornmeal musb. German Empire and IM over the aye of (\, ollty. ''' ., T d

leuting nights second and fourth "Truly, that Is polenta. A name one years: it therefore ord,rwl that nttld nun miFOREBUYI '- ,1
makes lots of dlffereuce. doesn't It?" r..i.t"ntll.r"IIhnl l I.e and Is hereby. reiiuirclto G ALL ON '
Tuesdays at 7.30 m.
p. she concluded.-Houston.l"ost.. ....1".0| th 1iI'lor CoinnlHint lUctl in i raid !
A. D. Gilbert, C. C. CHU-*' "n or b ff 11,1"t ,. of Nowinner ,
C. W. Dann, Chrk. --- --0Prof..ional :: -- '\. D. II..... ,ulhfrHlhf' th,, ..tillcKutloii of

T Orstors. ......d..1"III. be t-nk.'li, an ......r",1 by mid .
. When Lord Itosiuead theo Sir Hercules efi'udant .

Koblnsou.. governor of New Ii l I. further ortlrrwl. that tats nr.lcr he pub'
FOR EXCHANGE. South \\'ales, Ill the early .seventies! li-UtMl oiic H wo*k foriht){ contvMitiVtf[ "kn

fell to bis lot to admit tbe erstwhile In the KlHt-tinnim Valley ony.ctte, i* u,'WHj>uiii, >rpuiiliHhed
cannibal) I kingdom of FIJI as an Integral in Auld Coiiul) sad Slat, i
Three hundred! and twenty acres of
of tbe British Tliin Anoint irrtV"' l
good land in Graham Kansas part empire.
county During the Incidental ceremonies be ATlTllL'lt' K. IJO.SKC.:' 4N.: j W. 'MAKINSON"'CO.J
B. ,
for land in Florida. The Kansas farm llvrlrClnult CouitJ .
aotlced that none of tbe great fighting
has 100 acres in cultivation and 140 I.. MOON', :
chiefs\ spoke In person<< and that each Bolicltorfor f pniplalnant
acres fenced into two pastures of excellent of them bad a professional orator on - ---'-- -

grass, water pumped to tank in his staff. Aa an Irishman with a Order For Puk lication. ,

pasture from an excellent well pumpedby strong sense .of humor Sir Herculeswas IN the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit, ............. r
wi dmill. Also! good well .house naturally tickled by such a novel Oweula County FloridaIn Chtiucrr. ..........NN
situation, and when b baek to
with water flowing through tank in got
. Clifford V Howeulolnd ty hxrhustami.: JohnF. .
which i.l kept milk and butter inj>um- Sydney be repeatedly eulogized the ar: Mowed, vi. Debbie H. Thunnan. H W t3i 3ta- 1
rangement pointing out that the man r a3 r ir iirelrJ a rt 3a 1 ,
mer; splendid hog house with water Thurmau, tbe Dutton Bank a corporation: under ry'.
of action was very rarely a man of the laws of Florida, doing hiulneat at
piped to the pens; chicken house, large words and that civilization might very Gainesville W. R. Thomas, Austell Bank, a Your .

barn, grain bin, corn crib, cow stables well learp a lesson from Pacific chiefs. corporation under the laws of Georgia, Hyd L. Money Back

wagon and buggy shed six-room houseIn -London Chronicle.. Carter and C R. Larton.aa oo-partnern. doing! J. H. REDDITT .

good condition, 500 bearing fruit business tinder the name andatyl< of Carter If don't
you this
is ;
say the
JEWJI,ER best offer ever made '
Lay""a and S. J. Thomas! -Bill For Fomcloii.lire. by the "Best
trees and splendid farm. Fine improved W.II Trained.
'ir D' "
a ti.. |
farms surrounding this place, A farmer finding a motor horn In AND
apjieariiie by afl&davlt appendnd to the Tile
prices ranging from,$20 to $40 per acre. the road, took' It home determined to bill flied In the shove ataUtd" cause that 8. I WATCHREPAIRER ml.We.kly', ala nestles ; [ ,
" This farm sold for $8,000 last year and turn It to some use. So be taught his Thomas t. a non-raalilent and a reaideut of The and Patron. Al u moatba i
poultry to gather for meals at Its toot Denver, Col Tile Wom.u'i. World '
is held at $8,500 by the present owner, and Is over the age of twenty-ono Maftazlne. six Months } .
and all nsture may be said to have years, and Auttell Bank la l noo-ruaidaut corporation I, '
who desires to for lands ,inthe .
exchange smiled till one rooming a motor car of the State of Florida and a renldnntcorporation All Three Six Months 0 T/* SET
south and will accept or pay differ passing tbe farmyard blew a loud of the State of Georgia; It Ii therefore

ence according to merits of .the deal. blast. The full strength of tbe poultry ordered that the said non-....ident dn.fendants for P ,
Kansas is Very rich state and this i.a is yard Instantly ran out Into the 'road be and are. hereby required lo appearto ". C..IsBloa AIIIIwed

good farm rented for one-third the and began to pursue tbe car with all the bill. ut com plaint filed la old cause ODor .- L [Send offe/wont
- today this
-- as
before Monday,th. 4th day of October, A. -- --- last long.DEPT. I .. __
crop. Write what you have to offer the ardor of ,railway travelers charging D. Hue otherwise,tho- allenatlont of said bill ;

A. S. NELSON Aft. 1 Into the refreshment room. At the end will be taken aa contested. by said defeodaula.ItlH d1 .! _
of tbe flftb mile fourteen pullets and B. C MILLERBARBER
( further ordered that this order I>A published ( .
Wichita Kansas. tbree roosters succumbed through ex once a week for four connwtitiTe weeks. The Semi-Weekly
haustion. The rest are still running. in the KI..oImm..lIey Uatette a newspaper L : Journal Atlanta Ga. j I

Plants For Sale. I English Paper. published In said County and HtateTnlii SHOP : ,
I AniniKt l<>th. lieu.ARTHUR "': J s N ;,
Eggplants and tomatoes now ready Whafs In a Names

for\, setting. Lettuce and celery plantsa ttplcure-Walter this steak la positively Evans Halle, II L Anderson Clerk Clrcalt, Jl! M.Court Hampton UP-TO-DATE SERVICE BY

little later. Large or small quanti- bad. It must be tbree week Solicitors for complainant: EXPERIENCED WORKMEN' +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++..+,l. I' 1 I I 1 1 1 4-+++-M-**+
ties. Aug. 6-4t. G. B. WOODALL. old. Waiter-Ah. pardon monsieur!

I have made ce meestake and. bare I HOUSE PAINTING .
ORANGE GROVE FOR' SALE. -'-Situated brought you ce venison. Epicure- Notice. HANGING

" about three miles from Kisslmmee; Venison Oh, yes! Then you may Notloe lahsrebr ,",v.a that pursuant to notice i
on railroad less than one-quarter mile leave it. Tastes It.) Ah, to be cure, the Board of County Commiasionan met on July Soda FountCold _ALSOi .

from station and within 100 yards of it U venison, and very nice too very I I I', 1909. for the purpe..of equallsln the tax rollfor i Graining
nice indeed!-Town Topics. IDW. and mad the following chAo....: Stapling and Kalsomining.j .
church and school house; thickly settled I ITh. I R. R Alderman', paraonal property. Increased Drinks and Fine

community. Grove contains 12 Poor I in valuation from ('U > to 1000.

acres, about 50 large bearing orange "My husband nerves get what he C. M. Hart personal property. Ineraaaed in Box Candies i: j SIGN PAINTING A P CI L
valuation frooj$$.e001n$1.0o0
trees and over '400 grapefruit trees his Mid the
should for poetry poets
I: J. M. Montadoca,
personal Ineraaaedin
property. -
Just coming into bearing wife with a tinge of sadness. TYl
;alaoneary 400 Taluatioo from VO to;MSO.I .
' peach trees. Will sell at a bargian.For "Oh. don't be too bard on him" replied -j I Jordan Tiner. personal property, tneraaaed ia ; bee Me ." Prices. JA C I B A

particulars address box;,'283; <;KIsimme the-4 girt .be .-Yonlr vahaatloa from rOtolllO.TWBeaidwillaMet Cigars Cigarettes Tobaccos i s, i, I t i f ; ;.::7. ; :
Fla >V Statesman 1 at their recolar ....em. iI ,, M r . II ** > I I * .t
< -r ,i ,y r .MftsptamWr 11 a. .../.the purpoe of I ,
... .Old.pap.rt3 for sale at this ffic..-' 20c ...; Who tftcbea-otteD"IKftIa himself. kvaarinc eoaaplaiata. and maklnc__u.-." I ,

It hundred. Italian prortrb. DOMBOAM.X.: L. LX8LKT Clerk.: Chalman.AKTBUX POOL TABLE We dp nothing but fine fob Work1I'

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61',Fr-t':,"_r. M,..kti'1"'" We hovfl about all anyone. ',_could. want'''In' +4" : AGENCV. F'OR. ,.' { Vie wish specially to caiFattenUon' to our complete line of '." 'e'Ines

"', f ',',, :
i;* ',' ,:'the way of PotsPans., Kettles Disbes Crockery Olasswaris" Wqoden? SEWiN'MACHINESq \

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.' ... Lambe, Window S ades. etc,, itc"-Stc. >4 >: -. . / TYPEWRITERS '
: ' '-' Smith Sc pros latest .
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'. We also carry a.full line of private and business Stati nerv. .. PIANO 4ND ORGANS,1. 1 ; ::1Mattins- ;t
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-.-- --We fiaW Gu1lir8. '"Violins- and i sunffrv\ '}As -r all kinds of GRAPHOPHONES . Let Us Show Them To You. ))1;

. . Columbia Disc Cylinder:also Records. PRICES \\Ir
musical instruments.. I ,...... ,LATEST DESIGNS "AND AT ALL



HELPFUL SUGGESTIONSTo I the poor success will calf it luck on the in the best presentable condition wheno.ened I '- WANTED. I Maps of Florida. Wood For Sale.Parties I;1'i.

part of the successful grower. The for sale All this explanattonmay '. .deairing' to purchase stove
To any subscriber to the 'valley: Gaz .
successful l grower will tell you it is persistent seem superfluous to the Inexperienced ,ette we will send, postpaid upon receipt wood'can get good wood and prompt."
Orange Growers About Getting hard work and careful "observa but it i I. very little trouble and Your orange groves toejl to my os-26 cents, a pocket map of the State livery by calling up J. M. OvefsUreet,,
tion. It to do what do well. much satisfactory to I I of Florida. ",
, more you. (
pays you very
for Market northern Write 'I No. 1. t
Their Fruit in Readiness customers.\ phone .
. "
It pays the grower to place in the Florida has obtained the name of grow-' price '" --- .
St. Cloud Fla.' Aug. 24, 1909. market the best of everything. Do not Ing the best fruit that goes' into 'the ing complete description and' { \ -- -

The Kisiimmee Valley Gazette mix your products. If fancy fruity market.; Let us keep that reputation cluding the usual commission to me for':Osceola County) F. ]-1. JENKINS?

Dear,Editor-Reading the'particulars mark such !strictly fancy. If selected I II and still improve on the same Do not selling. I shall bring people to Kissimmee -' ;

of-the meeting held Saturday the 15th, I fruit_ mark :it such., If rusty fruit) ark be.afraid. of Cuba asto citrus fruit. I to buy property, and after I have AlSstractJompanyO.
, -- for the-psirpose of organizing a 8 bexchal1p it such. Let the consumer know that have spent seven years there in'a most had several reliable parties here whomI pA \

of the orange growers of this. he can-depend on what he is getting of practical manner. can refer to, will move here, open an Surveying and "''
county, 1 feel I must take the matte.\I' you. Do not think that you are shrewd Don't forget that fruit pulfed from office from this end ofjthe line. Thank. GARRETT Manager. ;
be' of interest, when do not half fruitor the which has dropped on the '
up in a way that may you pack your tree or ing all for the courtesies hownlme and "
I believe in what you are doing and I mix some inferior fruit with the ground should never be shipped to I soliciting Real estate '\. Drafting /
your patronage.
Titles examined and reported on
hope the good work will be carried out 'beat. You crftinot fool your commission -. market unless one does not value his Yours respectfully Taxes paid for non-residents \ wKISSI
in a manner that will give to each grower merchant or the' consumer either, reputation as a grower. At the next I Instruments relating\ to real estate '
the full benefit of his work a* a and it will forever revert back on you. meeting of the sub-organization! every j '. A. S. NELSON. I'I carefully drawnCorrespondetlce v EE. FLAY
grower The work of a grower: III. a After you have successfully; made a grower and would-be grower should be I Wichita, Kansas. Solicited.::
persistent one if he'Is 'to make a truesucceMof producing tree or plant, then comes Every present Do not let the house be divided -
the busim-HH. The time has important part of the work the against itself.
."come when the growing of citrus fruit 'picking,; sorting and packing. Do not S. V. GpDDEN, I \ 1 1I
as well as any other product must be i allow yourself or any of 'your help to C. E. and Horticulturist.HEALTH .
___ __ ___ i
done scientifically if the full result in :[ pull an orange from the treee that is u --- I A. -1l I
every sense of the word is to b" realiz intended for market AND VITALITY

ed. Get the proper dippers and have the great MOTT'Iron and aaayaa,5S tonic reatorattre PILLSThe fr_r .m Band i : : : i.
The principal thing for a grower to bag around your shoulders; clip each women produces i mrntth .arid vitality noruialvuror BARGAINS i
buiMH the system and
remember is not to confine. KimHetf to orange clone to the skin and be carefulnot : up Fi.r *le br druggist'it. m'.r$UO';t per
but hilt to the fruit b..x. 'leaee, for Ilr IJ. nuld osly b1 iMeeoia !
anyone thing, to diversify cause any\ pressure on I'harm..;,t i.I i.
crops lit) an to meet the usual emergencies. by the,hand, then piace it with care in P-- .. --
It must be remembered'. that the sack, and when you hive as muchas Notice.SKAI.EU -
scientific growing{ of any tree or plant you can conveTiiently' (carry take Council of () 80 acres choice Muck Land ditched, fenced) and ready lor theplow 0 f:
bid will the
means the same attention given it that them .to the picking I boxes distributer! "
Kifuiimm City: aUitheir next regular meeting. road 'itid St. Cloud the old 11 I:
on good railroad adjoins ,
you must your body if you wish to keep about the trees and with great care Tu *day night, neptember ", lBO"1 '''. for covering : ,
it in a healthy condition. I make this empty them in name. When taken to theditth from Makin"" "'. corner to the railroad. soIdle/iV colony. io If j
comparison berauxe in l long practical the packing, house do not permit one Plane and specifications can be had from the city o '
'experience I find Jio difference. Take box to sit on top r of another unless the; clerk at hU office 8 .{20 I rtcres choice muck land, adjoins Lee-1'ar.sons: cattle ranch;
All l bids l muat be sealed 'and the Council reHerveti
the seed from the dime we plant it, fruit is below the edge of the box.When .
top and all btdii.J -
the right to reject
I any one niil r frontage on Southport canal, onchnlf'mile .from Sonth- : t
it has nq usefulness until planted] in tIe reaching the packing house distribute M. HANKKI.I.. .

... soil, there it gets life and germinated (the boxes so the fruit can be assorted Member W.Street J. SEARH.f. Committee..NOTICE. . I 0 l porf; .dally water trslIiyportlItlat) to Kh llUlUcc. !

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From that time its future, like a ,'hild'.., sizing/ watch close lhaLJio mixed fruit -' . .- -
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make it beautiful and fruitful or wecan I I then the selectedHed waterworks. are now on file .0. .. FOR PARTICULARS W. L. VAN DUZORi
make it the reverse, subject to disease packing, pack each size HO that theywill at the office of the town clerk and any citizen de- .0. ADDRESS 'I\\
and a dread to all other trees from project at least half an inch or airing, tw inspect erne can do .o by calling at said o .
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its contagious condition. You will see, more above the box so that when the office A. D. : :
/By order of Council thin 6th day of AuK. o. I -
one man make a success of his groveand cover is pressed 'down your fruit in LW. 'I .
another poor success. Those making ready to stand a long trip ami-will be J. R. GILBERT. Clerk.. Y
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"S The rule of patronizing home merchants, borne factories and home Industries -I

+ ; 1 ;I. A TOWN Is the tame as an' dlvldual-to build up and make prosperous 5 5S of every character. must. be strictly adhered to, not theoretically butpractically i ,
C ''i more money must come In thab jroes out If a man spends more money if we wish to ever assume the proportions of a oily. Jacksonville I .

"''a J I than. be makes it will not be long before hvlt a bankrupt, and If a town ort has adopted.the rule thai. If maa patronizes foreign ID preference to I ::1:

the people living In It, spend their. money abrofc-i Instead of patronising local local businesses of any character he Is tabooed, tn other words boycotted by \'

ar w 1 Industries and commercial houses It will be onfr short; time until there S \ i ea.lI'eneralb. as a menace to the town, aDd the result has been that.

} will be no money on hand-Co: spend anywhere for anythlr today: ten and twelve story buildings) are being erected In that. city. and la two Jj'

..i I Now for argument's sake, let us suppose that the. citizens generally would S vear.'time It will have one hundred thousand\ population. i

A ,I seed to a Chicago mall order house for their clothes. shoes and bfcts howlonor ; Remarks have frequently been beard'o the streets of this city. such as,_ :;

,: : would merchants who deal In that particular branch of trade and I'm .
oar "I can get such aDd such a thing a little cheaper. in coins to N
?u .I able to keep their. doors open? Tte same rule applies to our local cigar factory : send for It." Suppose that the gentleman 'saying this spoke truly, does lie -

= only to a greater extent., for It Is a lamentable faot that almost every :" stop and consider for one moment that If we all practiced his rule \there

= dealer In cigars In this city purchases his goods from the. American- Tobacco ::1 wo be no town-bere In a few months and that be would have no money to P .

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a ...... send abro, 4 and make his purchases; that a dollar ---
'- ......., Industries. that; manufacture goods in which It deals., EverY dollar spent 5, is la turn-! transferred"x to Brown then to Johnson aod so on down the line,

I I with that company Is a dollar lost to the home trade, so that no man can : each getting. his aha of the profit on what he sells, but that the dollar he -

pdiot l to the time that. octopus has ever expended a cent la Kisslmmee, except ,: sent to Chicago or New Vdnkor anywhere else abroad has been as completely

... .. ... I for /say'd at some hotel for Its traveling representative but thousands : lost to our local business as IfTVjfere sunk to the bottom. of the. ocean.

= of doll a1'lbave, left our town to add still more to their already well- : Without the aid and cooperatlono4pne another we' cannot successfully P '

I !filled coffers. If'our" merchants would purchase the home! product, which I. ir live, and the sooner all our citizens iretitocLualnted with this fact. the sooner "

? S just as !good and at cheap and which Is mads under much more favorable will Klsilmmee take rank with the foremost ciUeiKjf( Florida. '

cleanly conditions, they. would build up an' Industry here that In a : There Is a way to make us big, and that way Is'wx\pacrqnlze local businesses -

time would rival the largest Id-Florida. i" In every Instance where possible. I
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